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17 Feb 2019 - 2:55:58 AM
17 Feb 2019 - 2:48:23 AM
>>5218933 pb Q
These phrases below imply that Trump plans on following his constitutional rights no matter what he signed iin the “Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2019” (the “Act”), which authorizes appropriations to fund the operation of a number of agencies in the Federal Government through September 30, 2019.
“My Administration will treat each of these provisions consistent with the President’s constitutional authorities with respect to foreign relations.”
“my Administration will continue the practice of treating provisions like these as advisory and non-binding.”
“My Administration will make appropriate efforts to notify the relevant committees before taking the specified actions and will accord the recommendations of such committees all appropriate and serious consideration, but it will not treat spending decisions as dependent on the approval of congressional committees.”
You are the news now.
That's the "door opener". Refer them to DOJ for lying to Congress, and then let the DOJ see what else they can find.
Q !!mG7VJxZNCI No.437 📁
Nov 9 2018 18:32:17 (EST)
Logical thinking required.
>SHADOW PLAYERS ARE THE DEADLIEST [STEALTH]
>What is the advantage of having a ‘temp’ (‘acting’) in a leadership position?
“The appointment itself, on 21 July, triggered a shake-up at the Trump White House. Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and spokesman Sean Spicer both left their posts over his hiring.” —Mission Successful
>Laser designator(s) locked on target(s)
THE WORLD IS WATCHING.
THE WORLD IS WITNESSING THE TRUE IDENTITY OF THE D PARTY.
Q !!mG7VJxZNCI No.443 📁
Nov 10 2018 12:44:56 (EST)
The 'Scaramucci' Play
Temp hire to remove embedded 'untrustworthy' staffers?
Temps can be very dangerous to those who are targeted.
Ohio Performing Arts Center Advertises ‘Shoot the President’ Party Game
An Ohio performing arts center advertised a child’s birthday party package where kids could play a game with Nerf guns called “Shoot the President,” causing a stir among community members.
“There is one president with bodyguards. Everyone else tries to eliminate or shoot the president,” the party’s description stated.
But some community members shared concerns that the game’s theme could be sending kids the wrong message
“I wouldn’t say it was anything political or a statement about politics. I think the game was made up just for kid fun,” said Samuel Fravel, a former participant in one of the center’s educational programs.
Q !xowAT4Z3VQ ID: 72997f No.894467 📁
Apr 4 2018 15:28:25 (EST)
Q !xowAT4Z3VQ ID: 72997f No.894401 📁
Apr 4 2018 15:24:51 (EST)
People are simply in the way.
CHEMICALS PUSHED FOR HOME USE CLEANING [CANCER][BABY ON FLOOR-HANDS IN MOUTH - THE START].
VACCINES [NOT ALL].
ENOUGH IS ENOUGH.
Kids who live in public housing, where those materials are commonplace, have toxin levels in their blood and urine up to 15 times higher than those who aren't exposed.
Researchers warn this is yet another reason driving health disparities between the wealthy and poor: flame retardant chemicals (known as PBDEs) are linked to neurodevelopmental delays, obesity, endocrine and thyroid disruption, cancer and other diseases.
The study analyzed samples of indoor air, indoor dust and foam collected from furniture in each of the children's homes, along with a hand wipe sample, urine and blood from each child.
They then quantified 44 biomarkers of exposure to different chemicals including phthalates, organophosphate esters, brominated flame retardants, parabens, phenols, antibacterial agents and perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS).
Researchers at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History gave a species of praying mantis the name Ilomantis ginsburgae after Ginsburg. The name was given because the neck plate of the Ilomantis ginsburgae bears a resemblance to a jabot, which Ginsburg is known for wearing. Moreover, the new species was identified based upon the female insect's genitalia instead of based upon the male of the species. The researchers noted that the name was a nod to Ginsburg's fight for gender equality