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originally posted by: crankyoldman
@tribunalwatch has a bit of stuff on the Cummings event for those interested.
Also this decode...
To Tim: The Button on the IPhone was FAR better than the Swipe!
The [B]utton on the [IP]hone is [FAR] better than the [S]wipe
originally posted by: CanadianMason
a reply to: imthegoat
people have turned on each other
Thankfully, it's only a few people who have turned on each other.
There are many more of us (peaceable people) than there are of them (*^$@!).
originally posted by: liveandlearn
Andrew McCabe has dropped his wrongful termination case against DOJ. Gateway Pundit
This comes on the heels of the announced criminal proscution inquiry by Durham
Wonder if he has a subpoena or just seeing the writing on the wall.
Though it’s early in the investigation, Dobberstein said he believes the arrested students planned to target numerous others. “It’s a fairly large group of individuals,” Dobberstein said, though he opted to not identify them at this time. “Again, I’m not going to get into numbers because that’s going to get into the evidence that we obtained and I don’t want to taint the case.”
A federal jury convicted East Bay real estate developer James Tong Tuesday of making tens of thousands of dollars of illegal contributions to two of Rep. Eric Swalwell’s congressional campaigns.
Tong was convicted of funneling $38,000 to Swalwell’s first campaign in 2012 and his re-election campaign in 2014 through a series of straw donors — a scheme designed to evade the federal donation limits, which were then $2,500 and $2,600.
The problem in trying to understand it and make sense of what all went down is extremely confusing. It's like a massive Labyrinth given the wide range of actors, foreign intel agencies and contracted companies involved and of course the unhelpful media.
President Barack Obama didn’t put forward a nominee to lead the inspector general’s office while Mrs. Clinton led the State Department, making it the only agency with a presidentially appointed inspector general that had neither a confirmed nor nominated head watchdog during that full time period.
Five months after Mrs. Clinton left office, Mr. Obama nominated a permanent inspector general, who was confirmed by the Senate three months later.
“A permanent IG would have objected to her efforts to circumvent congressional oversight by keeping her emails off the books,” Mr. Royce said.