Yesterday was December 23rd 2019, which was Hanukkah. Because of that, I did a little research into it. This Jewish celebration happens sometime in November or December each year, the fluctuating date determined by obscure religious meaning. Many outsiders assume that it's the "Jewish version" of Christmas. It isn't. Hanukkah is the celebration of Zionists taking land from Greek Atheists and claiming it for the god of the old testament. Nothing to do with Santa, or Jesus, or Solstice. It's about conquering people seen as inferior, celebrated with candelabras, cheese, and fried foods.
It was ridiculously tough for some reason, but I FINALLY found a list of Hanukkah dates going back over 100 years. I decided to check out when it happened to fall in 1913, and lo and behold, it coincidentally was ALSO on December 23rd!
Why have I never heard anyone mention that, not in hundreds of articles and speeches on the topic?
Symbolism, numbers, and dates are incredibly important to these people. They didn't do it December 23rd just because it would be quiet in Congress that day. They did it to send a message about (((who))) controls the USA.
And remember, don't talk about this on FaceBook, YouTube, or any of the other mainstream sites. You'll be banned, deleted, and it will be made to appear you never existed. Oh, and discussing censorship now leads to the same treatment.