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It’s no accident that the 77th wear the Chinthe on their shoulder. Like the Chindits, they are a new kind of force.
A spokesman for Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Los Angeles) confirmed that the group gave her an award in 2012. A photo shows Waters with Kiel and Henry.
originally posted by: PilSungMtnMan
Bernie isn’t buying green bananas from here on.
Biden is single phasing in front of everyone.
Elizafib is having her past coming back to haunt her.
Enter Sandman...errrrr... Hillary.
- she becomes the “centrist” Dem
- she enters late with minimal debates remaining
- she enters late to avoid the brutal primary blood letting
- DNC in middle of attempt to soften up Trump to give Hillary a better shot.
- she can point to any attempts of legal actions (Barr/Durham) as political headhunting by Trump.
- the Trump/Ukraine flap is to paint Trump as an election meddler.
- the tight campaign window minimizes her exposure risk
- she may even be able to nix any debate with Trump based on “we did all that last time”.
Oh, the sheer image of a Trump/Hillary debate is pay per view worthy.
Hours after he appeared in a San Fernando courtroom, David Inkk Henry, the 47-year-old “grandmaster,” died of a pulmonary embolism
Earlier in the day, L. A. County Superior Court Judge Hayden Zacky had granted a motion to dismiss the charges against Brandon Kiel, a former community affairs staffer with the California Department of Justice whom authorities said had impersonated a police officer and misused his government-issued ID.
originally posted by: RelSciHistItSufi
a reply to: carewemust
That raises the scary thought of arrests starting on election day 3rd November in 2020, once proof is caught of attempted election rigging.
Scary because a percentage of the Q movement won't "Stay the Course" until 2020.
originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: imthegoat
By November, Democrats will be BEGGING Hillary to enter the race, because she almost beat Trump in 2016. Biden is done, and Warren to too radical...and becoming more so every week.
A California tech CEO was confirmed dead on Wednesday after being kidnapped the previous day during a suspected robbery.
Tushar Atre, 50, was found dead on Tuesday in his girlfriend's white BMW about 14 miles inland from his coastal home in Santa Cruz, California. Witnesses described seeing Atre in the vehicle in the early hours of Tuesday morning but could not say for sure whether he was the driver or the passenger.
"It's pretty bizarre that a serious crime like this would happen around here," local resident Brandon Kiel said. "This neighborhood's great, right here on the point where people surf ... [it's] a pretty busy area." Homes in the area of Pleasure Point Drive, where Atre lived, are listed for around $2 million.
Track CEO resignations.
Atre founded and became the CEO of AtreNet, a web marketing and design company.
A friend, who also didn’t want to be identified, told KPIX 5 that Atre made enemies over his business deals, and specifically with his company.
However, Glassdoor.com reveals Atre may not have been well-liked by his employees at AtreNet. One poster wrote,”The CEO Tushar Atre doesn’t value anyone, but himself.”
Another poster left a review that said,”Total abusive nightmare! The worst employment experience of my life! You’ve been warned — run away now!”
“A lot of things are going to come out,” one neighbor said.
Henry (a grand master), Kiel (a grand high priest) and Hayes (a minister) were featured in 2012 photos published by the Los Angeles Sentinel, the weekly African American-owned newspaper, presenting awards to Davis and Rep. Maxine Waters.
Henry and Kiel also appear in a YouTube video posted last summer, with Kiel wearing a suit and bow tie and describing his official duties under Harris.
“The attorney general appointed me. I have her authority,” Kiel claims in the video, to applause. He goes on to say he was recommended for the post by U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., which a spokesman for the senator denied.
“Neither Sen. Feinstein nor anyone on her staff recommended Mr. Kiel,” Tom Mentzer said in an email Wednesday. “That is a false statement.”
“In two years he will be running for U.S. Senate,” Henry says of Kiel, the same office that Harris is now seeking