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havehr caught up yet but reading this post now. Teleflora also sells a massive amount of ‘flowers ‘ and profits increase when people die, or get married, preferably more than once too. .... to be fair though, some counterbalance with Easter and Christmas sales
originally posted by: RelSciHistItSufi
a reply to: Sabrechucker
Concentrate on the transportation angle of flowers... good cover for human transportation!
Flowers typically have to be transported to location within 24hrs of being cut, so customs excuse no.1 is "If you delay us more than 5 mins you will make this shipment worthless".
To stop flowers drying out or dying in transport you need them to be kept in a regulated temperature and humidity environment, so customs excuse no.2 is "If you open that temperature controlled lorry load you will make this shipment worthless".
Lastly, think about the above... flowers don't go in frozen containers... they go in temperature controlled environments that are ideal for humans!!!
originally posted by: Sillyolme
Same predictions every week.
Why would the redacted parts completely change the parts that are not redacted? Why would you think the redacted info will change anything. The warrant was granted. Several times. The warrant was legal of course.
"Once we get that redacted info it's gonna change everything. Everybody will see the FISA warrant was illegal."
Except it wasnt
Has Ohr Testified under Oath to Congress yet?
There’s still much to be learned about the Obama administration’s relationship with former British spy Christopher Steele and Fusion GPS, the research firm that commissioned Steele to compile the “dossier” of unverified political dirt on then-candidate Donald Trump, according to investigative reporter Sara Carter.
It’s why members of Congress are insisting the Justice Department hand over copies of its interviews with fired DOJ official Bruce Ohr, she reports.
The interviews, known as 302s in FBI terminology, “should be declassified” because lawmakers believe they will reveal “the extent of Ohr’s involvement with Fusion GPS, his relationship with Steele and Fusion GPS owner Glenn Simpson, and his communications with FBI officials investigating Trump’s campaign.”
originally posted by: pavil
a reply to: TomLawless
Pretty sure Ohr is in a heap of trouble.....still talking with Steele after the FBI kicked him. Plus his wife working with Steel and Fusion GPS. Wasn't Nellie Ohr the HAM radio Lady too?
They either flipped or they are going to get Free room and board somewhere.
Has Ohr Testified under Oath to Congress yet?
More at: www.washingtonexaminer.com...
Congressional investigators have found that Ohr, who was the fourth-highest ranking official in the Justice Department, acted as an intermediary between Steele after he was terminated as a source and the FBI's investigation into ties between the Russians and President Trump's 2016 campaign. When Ohr gave the bureau information from Steele, agents made a record of it, and those records are in the form of so-called 302 reports, in which the FBI agents write up notes of interviews during an investigation.
Futhermore, Nellie Ohr, the wife of Bruce Ohr, was employed by Fusion GPS, the opposition research firm that commissioned the dossier in an effort that was funded in part by Democrats, to assist in the cultivation of research on then-candidate Trump.
There are a dozen 302 reports on post-election interviews about Ohr. In a a July letter, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, told the FBI and Justice Department there is "no continuing justification for the FBI to keep the documents secret."
The 302s and Ohr were listed as one of three subjects in which Nunes said he and other congressional investigators still need information from the Justice Department. Rounding out that list was again pressing President Trump to declassify the warrant used to gain the authority to spy on onetime Trump campaign aide Carter Page and "exculpatory evidence that we have seen of classified documents that need to be declassified."
originally posted by: PokeyJoe
a reply to: pavil
Sounds like they are 16 years old. Also if they don’t know anything about Antifa or realize why they’re relevant it tell me they didn’t know the first thing about Q before about a week ago. They saw it was the new underground internet thing, and doing what anonymous does, tried to make it all about them.
I remember when the first redacted Nunes memo came out , i think it was Snowden who said, 95 % of all FISA warrant applications get approved.
Out of 35,000+ requests for surveillance, the FISA court has only ever rejected a whopping 12. Apparently, according to published reports, you can add one more to that — even the FISA court first rejected Obama’s request to spy on Trump’s team under the guise of an investigation into foreign agents of a pending war attack, intelligence agents apparently returned to the court, where, it is my assumption, that they did not disclose or divulge all material facts to the court when seeking the surveillance the second time around, some of which they would later wrongfully disseminate and distribute to the public. By itself, misuse of FISA procedures to obtain surveillance is itself, a crime.
originally posted by: Enderdog
Also a tweet by them that they "discovered" Q Anon. Pub, like that was some Top Secret website.
Great detective work there anonymous..
Personally, I have always felt that the Anonymous thing was a spook operation. Might be time to rewatch Mr. Robot...