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originally posted by: dashen
are we enjoying the show?
lest we forget Mueller and Barr are old friends[/url]
originally posted by: Bill1960
Touché gentlemen point taken. But I did have the common courtesy to acknowledge the error in my ways
originally posted by: Bill1960
a reply to: IAMTAT
Children's books to me that's a laugh. Outside of Chicago, Baltimore is the most corrupt city in the USA. Unless of course you rewind to the 30s, that would be Atlantic City NJ. You guys thought HBOs "Boardwalk Empire" was just a novel. Jersey, Philly, Baltimore, NY, all the same corruption to this day.
President Donald Trump retweeted more than five dozen messages in an hour Wednesday morning, most seeking to cast doubt on the support of firefighters for Democratic presidential front-runner Joe Biden.
originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: carewemust
when the President is found "not guilty" on all counts.
I'll let you know when that happens okay?
I suppose there's not much that can be added when the President is found "not guilty" on all counts.
the Hatch Act should be utilized by federal prosecutors as a protection against demands on their time and their prestige to participate in the operation of the machinery of practical politics.
These federal and D.C. employees may not:
Use official authority or influence to interfere with an election
Solicit or discourage political activity of anyone with business before their agency
Solicit or receive political contributions (may be done in certain limited situations by federal labor or other employee organizations)
Be candidates for public office in partisan elections
Engage in political activity while: on duty, in a government office, wearing an official uniform, using a government vehicle
Wear partisan political buttons on duty
Agencies and employees prohibited from engaging in partisan political activity Employees of the following agencies (or agency components), or in the following categories, are subject to more extensive restrictions on their political activities than employees in other departments and agencies:
Administrative law judges
Central Intelligence Agency
Contract Appeals Boards
Criminal Division (Department of Justice)
Defense Intelligence Agency
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Federal Election Commission
Merit Systems Protection Board
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
National Security Agency
National Security Council
Office of Criminal Investigation (Internal Revenue Service)
Office of Investigative Programs (Customs Service)
Office of Law Enforcement (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives)
United States Office of Special Counsel
Senior Executive Service
originally posted by: MindBodySpiritComplex
a reply to: SouthernGift
This is a scam and it's probably targeting (mainly) naive Chinese investors. From their "official" website AFCNN:
If you do a picture search for AFCOIN you get several different graphics that also include the Air Force logo and they all seem to be from Chinese sites or articles. Like this one: