Breaking! Suspicious – Train Carrying GOP To Greenbriar Crashes With Truck Sitting On Tracks – President Trump Did Not Go – Paul Ryan Did.

by Ruby Henley

President Trump was not on the train, as he is to go later to give speeches to the GOP at Greenbrier. However, Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan was on board with his family.  Many of the GOP members had their families.  When the train hit the truck on the tracks, everyone lunged forward in shock.

I am going to mention an Internet rumor which is going on the Net, but I hate to say “rumor,” as  I actually believe it is probably true.  Some are saying, and I think with good reason, this could have been a false flag attack by those concerned about the release of the 4 page memo.  Think about it.

Some on the train were injured, but most are tweeting they are ok.
This happened outside Charlottesville, Virginia.
The person in the truck has been pronounced dead. Senator Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) who was on the train assisted those injured. Two others from the truck were injured.
The spokesperson said the train “came into contact with a vehicle that was on the tracks. … Local law enforcement is investigating the incident and crews are inspecting the equipment for damage.”
would like to know more about the driver of the truck, but as we know he is dead.
I know some of you do not keep up with QAnon, who posts continually about these things, but most on YouTube do.  Some are saying that According to QAnon, the White House staffer who has predicted the future with remarkable accuracy in the last two months, the Deep State is running scared and attempting to cover its tracks. Senior FBI and high-level Obama-era officials are set to be directly implicated in prosecutable offenses.
And look at this:
President Donald Trump was overheard telling a lawmaker on Tuesday he “100%” plans to release a controversial memo alleging the FBI abused its surveillance tools.
The President was responding to Rep. Jeff Duncan’s entreaty to release the document as he departed a packed House chamber following his first State of the Union address.
“Mr. President, let’s release the memo,” Duncan, a South Carolina Republican, was heard asking Trump on a live camera feed from the House floor.