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originally posted by: MountainLaurel
a reply to: crankyoldman
That is really awesome Cranky There's a lot of evidence to support Q and POTUS are Buds and Trump's speech at the UN this morning really made me feel optimistic that we're on a Good path to MAGA and MWGA, it truly can be Glorious if WE Keep the Faith !
originally posted by: TomLawless
What do you know?
Christine Blasey Ford with Soros.
Why am I not shcoked?
Who pays her lawyer? Open Society.
Who paid for the polygraph? Open Society.
The Office of Management and Budget will regularly check on the agencies’ innovations in implementing the “transparency, participation and collaboration” participation by publishing an Open Government “Dashboard,” within 60 days, that will allow the public to see the best data sets and also to view OMB’s evaluations of how each agency is doing – and how the executive branch is progressing overall – toward greater openness, collaboration, and participation for accountable and responsive government. If the directive works as intended, it could change the public's relationship with government.
The directive reflects (in great detail) the efforts of Open Society Institute grantees such as OMB Watch, Project on Government Oversight, OpenThe Government.org, the Sunlight Foundation, and the Union of Concerned Scientists that developed a blueprint for transparency policy in the new administration last year. That blueprint, “Moving Towards a 21st Century Right to Know Agenda,” formed the basis for most of the directive’s provisions. These grantees were consulted throughout the process of developing the directive by officials, and have been asked to remain engaged as implementation progresses.
originally posted by: AgarthaSeed
Is that Christine Blasey Ford's attorney pictured with the kingpin of sh:t Miss Hillary Clinton?
Attorney Katz told CNN at the time, “Paula Jones’ suit is very, very, very, weak. She’s alleged one incident that took place in a hotel room that, by her own testimony, lasted 10 to 12 minutes. She suffered no repercussions in the workplace.” A few days later, Katz convinced CBS that “Jones’ allegation could not hold up in court because, ‘Clearly a one-time incident that took place in 10 to 12 minutes, she was not forced to have sex, she left on her own volition, the courts increasingly are finding that that is not enough to create a sexually hostile work environment claim.” Or, for that matter, any other kind of crime. “If a woman came to me with a similar fact pattern,” Katz promised, “I would probably tell her that I’m sorry, it’s unfair, but you don’t have a case.”
America is governed by Americans. We reject the ideology of globalism, and we embrace the doctrine of patriotism. Around the world, responsible nations must defend against threats to sovereignty not just from global governance, but also from other, new forms of coercion and domination.