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  • Originally posted by L.A. BRONCOS FAN View Post
    But Hunter Biden!

    New York Prosecutors Believe Ivanka Trump Skimmed Millions From The 2016 Inaugural Fund



    A new government lawsuit filed in January alleges that Ivanka Trump illegally over-billed the non-profit Inauguration Committee to bilk expenses and benefit the Trump family. It doesn’t take an FBI agent with 30 years of experience to see that all that money pouring in, over $114 million for an inauguration committee, a number that vastly exceeded all previous inauguration funding, despite this being a smaller party. Rumors circulated that much of the money originated outside the United States, which operated as a big red light. Apparently that strobing right light proved too difficult to ignore, and the investigations started.

    https://www.politicalflare.com/2020/...00bMPl84OQQOQw

    “This Is How America Work”: Mind-Boggling New Allegations About a Donor to Trump’s Inauguration

    Prosecutors say Zuberi’s activities show that the widespread public concern about foreign influence in US elections is warranted. “The Zuberi case explicitly verifies through evidentiary proof pervasive, corrupt foreign interference with our elections and policy-making processes,” prosecutors write, using italics for emphasis.
    https://www.motherjones.com/politics...-inauguration/

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    • Sharing the inside info with corporate reps at the Capitol Hill Club. NPR have posted a recording.

      Weeks Before Virus Panic, Intelligence Chairman Privately Raised Alarm, Sold Stocks

      "There's one thing that I can tell you about this: It is much more aggressive in its transmission than anything that we have seen in recent history," he said, according to a secret recording of the remarks obtained by NPR. "It is probably more akin to the 1918 pandemic."

      The luncheon had been organized by the Tar Heel Circle, a nonpartisan group whose membership consists of businesses and organizations in North Carolina, the state Burr represents. Membership to join the Tar Heel Circle costs between $500 and $10,000 and promises that members "enjoy interaction with top leaders and staff from Congress, the administration, and the private sector," according to the group's website.

      In attendance, according to a copy of the RSVP list obtained by NPR, were dozens of invited guests representing companies and organizations from North Carolina. And according to federal records, those companies or their political committees donated more than $100,000 to Burr's election campaign in 2015 and 2016. (Burr announced previously he was not planning to run for reelection in 2022.)

      The message Burr delivered to the group was dire.

      Recording here: https://www.npr.org/2020/03/19/81819...=1584699344988

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      • Originally posted by MAGAMAN View Post
        Rump fired everyone from Pandemic/disease committee, called the Virus a Democratic Hoax and delayed U.S preparation to combat it AND PEOPLE DIED.

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        • "When everyone's able to vote, Republicans lose." So much for Democracy...

          Amazing how these people, including especially tRump, can feel free to say these things publicly without fear of losing voters.

          (Can you say "right-wing media echo chamber?")




          Georgia GOP Leader: More Absentee Voting Will Be 'Devastating To Republicans'


          "The president said it best ― this will be extremely devastating to Republicans and conservatives in Georgia," said state House Speaker David Ralston.







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          • Originally posted by L.A. BRONCOS FAN View Post
            "When everyone's able to vote, Republicans lose." So much for Democracy...

            Amazing how these people, including especially tRump, can feel free to say these things publicly without fear of losing voters.

            (Can you say "right-wing media echo chamber?")




            Georgia GOP Leader: More Absentee Voting Will Be 'Devastating To Republicans'


            "The president said it best ― this will be extremely devastating to Republicans and conservatives in Georgia," said state House Speaker David Ralston.






            Because republicans can't compete in the marketplace of political ideas and policy, they have to cheat by making voting harder on everybody. Especially the young, poor, working class, black, minority, etc. Imagine if they practiced the less regulation mantra for citizen voting, they would legislate themselves out of existence. Kinda like what Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is doing to his constituents on COVID19, darwinism on display

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            • Everybody banks via computer. Why the **** can't we vote via computer?

              I just did the census via computer. I do my taxes via computer.

              It's a ****ing anti-democratic sham.

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                • Trump suggests firing watchdog was payback for impeachment

                  WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump suggested that he fired the inspector general for the intelligence community in retaliation for impeachment, saying the official was wrong to provide an anonymous whistleblower complaint to Congress as the law requires.

                  Trump called Michael Atkinson a “disgrace” after informing Congress late Friday night that he intended to fire him. In letters to the House and Senate intelligence committees, Trump wrote that he had lost confidence in Atkinson but gave little detail.

                  A day later, Trump was more blunt, telling reporters at the White House: “I thought he did a terrible job, absolutely terrible.” The president added: “He took a fake report and he took it to Congress with an emergency, OK? Not a big Trump fan, that I can tell you.”

                  The whistleblower report was not fake, but a detailed complaint written by an anonymous intelligence official who described Trump’s pressure on Ukraine to investigate Democrat Joe Biden and his son. Atkinson determined the complaint was urgent and credible and therefore was required by law to disclose it to Congress, but he was overruled for weeks by the acting director of national intelligence, Joseph Maguire.

                  ...

                  Maine Sen. Susan Collins, a GOP member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, said she didn’t find Trump’s reasoning in his Friday letter to be persuasive, and said Atkinson’s removal “was not warranted.” Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr, R-N.C., said an inspector general “must be allowed to conduct his or her work independent of internal or external pressure.”

                  Trump’s criticism Saturday came after Atkinson’s peers had rushed to his defense. Michael Horowitz, the inspector general at the Justice Department, said Atkinson was known for his “integrity, professionalism, and commitment to the rule of law and independent oversight.” He said that included Atkinson’s actions in handling the Ukraine whistleblower complaint.

                  Asked during his daily coronavirus briefing about firing Atkinson, Trump returned to his attacks on the Democratic-led impeachment investigation and trial and his defense that his phone call with Ukraine’s president was “perfect” but had been inaccurately described in the whistleblower’s account. In fact, the partial transcript later released by the president largely supported the whistleblower’s account.

                  https://www.pbs.org/newshour/politic..._KV9Ydr-gmrDD4

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                  • The MSM said they were going to stop allowing Trump to use the media to spread his lies... That lasted about a day. They're Trump junkies. He starts spewing bull**** and they run to him with their mics held high, getting their ratings fix.

                    You've got to hand it to Trump: He knows how the game is played.

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                    • Originally posted by L.A. BRONCOS FAN View Post
                      Trump suggests firing watchdog was payback for impeachment

                      WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump suggested that he fired the inspector general for the intelligence community in retaliation for impeachment, saying the official was wrong to provide an anonymous whistleblower complaint to Congress as the law requires.

                      Trump called Michael Atkinson a “disgrace” after informing Congress late Friday night that he intended to fire him. In letters to the House and Senate intelligence committees, Trump wrote that he had lost confidence in Atkinson but gave little detail.

                      A day later, Trump was more blunt, telling reporters at the White House: “I thought he did a terrible job, absolutely terrible.” The president added: “He took a fake report and he took it to Congress with an emergency, OK? Not a big Trump fan, that I can tell you.”

                      The whistleblower report was not fake, but a detailed complaint written by an anonymous intelligence official who described Trump’s pressure on Ukraine to investigate Democrat Joe Biden and his son. Atkinson determined the complaint was urgent and credible and therefore was required by law to disclose it to Congress, but he was overruled for weeks by the acting director of national intelligence, Joseph Maguire.

                      ...

                      Maine Sen. Susan Collins, a GOP member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, said she didn’t find Trump’s reasoning in his Friday letter to be persuasive, and said Atkinson’s removal “was not warranted.” Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr, R-N.C., said an inspector general “must be allowed to conduct his or her work independent of internal or external pressure.”

                      Trump’s criticism Saturday came after Atkinson’s peers had rushed to his defense. Michael Horowitz, the inspector general at the Justice Department, said Atkinson was known for his “integrity, professionalism, and commitment to the rule of law and independent oversight.” He said that included Atkinson’s actions in handling the Ukraine whistleblower complaint.

                      Asked during his daily coronavirus briefing about firing Atkinson, Trump returned to his attacks on the Democratic-led impeachment investigation and trial and his defense that his phone call with Ukraine’s president was “perfect” but had been inaccurately described in the whistleblower’s account. In fact, the partial transcript later released by the president largely supported the whistleblower’s account.

                      https://www.pbs.org/newshour/politic..._KV9Ydr-gmrDD4
                      Susan Collins -- You are luke-warm, so I will spit you out of my mouth.

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                      • Crazy culty christians get my reference above, right?

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                        • Originally posted by BowlenBall View Post
                          Crazy culty christians get my reference above, right?
                          That would assume they've actually read the Bible.

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                          • His ineptitude may bring his little empire down on his head. Ironically, if he had not defied the emoluments clause and had divested himself of his hotels, golf courses etc., at the beginning of his term, then he'd probably be in a far better financial position now.



                            Trump Organization Asks Deutsche Bank for Loan Payment Delay


                            (Bloomberg) -- The family business of U.S. President Donald Trump is in informal discussions with Deutsche Bank AG about delaying some loan payments as the coronavirus forces widespread disruptions to the economy, according to a person familiar with the matter.






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                            • Finally! Hilary is so pissed that she is going to have to testify. Hopefully, justice will be served and the American people will finally get to see this horrible and disgusting human being in prison where she belongs. Clintons are the epitome of Washington corruption. Lock her up!!! Please!
                              https://justthenews.com/accountabili...L3Vbn7otM18Ghg

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                              • Originally posted by toiletbowlman View Post
                                ...Clintons are the epitome of Washington corruption.
                                This from a fellatrice for an impeached president nearly all of whose associates have turned out to be criminals and/or are now serving time in prison.

                                That's some gold medal irony right there.

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