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originally posted by: Mike Stivic
a reply to: cherokeetroy
It was directed at the general participants and lurkers of this thread.
I apologize, my thoughts on the matter were not a personal attack.
Back to lurk mode, if you need any further clarification please private messege me as I hate to waste what pages we have left..
originally posted by: Creep Thumper
More "jarbidge" -
Jarbidge translates from the Shoshone to mean "monster that lurks in the canyon" or "weird beastly creature."
Maybe we should be looking at what the Shoshone tribe believes about it.
It's a very isolated ghost town and a pristine wilderness area.
marypri= primary--- primary approval leads to end of campaign trail.
Name is a password/key to the recording located somewhere online-read through later comments. That is if Mary’s not a bot of course
Espionage and treason are so very closely related that people find it difficult to determine a difference between the two. Both terms are interrelated, and one can lead to the other.
“Espionage” is defined as “the act of spying or using spies for obtaining secret information.”
“Espionage” can be called an act done for one’s own country whereas “treason” is an act that is done against one’s own country. But espionage can become treason when the person involved steals valid information from his own country and gives it to another. “Espionage” means “stealing important documents from a government and passing them on to another government.” In espionage, there are corporate bodies that hire spies or private investigators for proving some act of deceit.
As former head of the National Security Division, Carlin oversaw 400 employees. His department was responsible for protecting the country against international and domestic terrorism, espionage, cyber, and other national security threats.
originally posted by: PilSungMtnMan
a reply to: EndtheMadnessNow
If Barr/Durham do a good faith dig into the spying and if they come up with stuff that they feel is shady but likely not going to get a conviction; so be it.
If they come up with dead to rights crimes that are clearly beyond reasonable doubt (what the FBI traditionally does best) then they better drop the hammer or the Swamp wins.
originally posted by: jhn7537
Earlier today, James Comey had a tweet
Tweet he deleted - which was posted - time stamped at 10:28am on June 1st, 2019
James Comey @Comey
Bill Barr on CBS offers no facts. An AG shouldn't be echoing conspiracy theories. He should gather facts and show them. That's what justice is about. Q
And then Jim put a new tweet up - which was posted - time stamped at 1:32pm on June 1st, 2019
James Comey @Comey
Bill Barr on CBS offers no facts. An AG shouldn't be echoing conspiracy theories. He should gather facts and show them. That's what justice is about.
As you can see, the Q is gone. Was it an accident, or what? I'm curious what others from ATS think.