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My niece lives close to Mobile with a wannabe fisherman. What a life. Fish all day in the Gulf
originally posted by: liveandlearn
Lance Corvette, if you read this please give an opinion.
Pardon my speech but this is so f...ed up.
Seems DOJ is now claiming that they mixed up the 302's with Stro ke and Pientka in the Flynn case. All this right after the sur reply by Sidney Powell showing the edits by Lisa Page.
So DOJ now has the 302's attributed to the wrong person and none of the 302's are signed. And they still can't find the original.
Think someone is so screwed and it is'nt Flynn
commentary from CTH
totally different subject on Fara oddities 302's by technofog
The State Department’s upgrade of Malaysia’s human trafficking status is setting up another clash between Congress and the White House on global trade.
The Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report released Monday gave Malaysia a boost to the Tier 2 Watch List from Tier 3, the lowest level, a move that could further complicate congressional approval of a massive Trans-Pacific trade pact.
Congressional lawmakers and human rights groups blasted the White House for the report, arguing that there was no justifiable reason to move up Malaysia — one of 12 nations negotiating the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) — other than for political motives.
One of the founding members of the hip-hop group the Fugees and a fugitive Malaysian financier have been charged with conspiring to violate federal campaign finance law by funneling millions of dollars worth of foreign money into the 2012 presidential election, the Justice Department said Friday.
A four-count indictment accuses the financier, Low Taek Jho, of transferring more than $21 million from overseas to the rapper Prakazrel Michel, known as Pras, from June 2012 through that November. Prosecutors contend that Mr. Michel then gave $865,000 of that money to a network of straw donors who used it to make campaign contributions to a candidate identified as Candidate A.
While the indictment unsealed on Friday does not specifically name the candidate in question — who is accused of no wrongdoing — it clearly refers to former President Barack Obama.
Still, criticism — primarily from the political left — piled up in the hours after the report was released.
Rep. Sandy Levin (D-Mich.), the ranking member on the House Committee on Ways and Means, said the “administration’s upgrade of Malaysia in the human trafficking report — without evidence of significant changes on the ground — is extremely concerning.”
Levin, who has traveled to Hawaii for what could be the final round of TPP talks, said that “instead of paving the way for Malaysia’s participation in TPP, we should be working on actions that Malaysia should be taking to come into compliance” with international labor standards that ban forced labor.
Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D-Conn.), who has been rallying opposition to TPP, said that human trafficking is rife in Malaysia.
Official complicity remained a serious concern. The 2015 discovery of migrant camps and mass graves in Wang Kelian, containing bodies of suspected Rohingya and Bangladeshi victims of extortion, torture, and other crimes, fueled reports that corrupt officials facilitated migrant smuggling and in some cases trafficking crimes.
Since 2015, NGOs and media have continued to allege official complicity in the Wang Kelian camps through inaction on reports of the camps prior to 2015 and misconduct in the investigation of the camps and the crimes perpetrated there. In 2016, the government convicted four foreign nationals for people smuggling related to the camps; however, authorities had not brought charges against any Malaysian official or private citizen, despite such allegations.
In March 2019, the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia and a NGO published a report investigating the events leading up to the mass graves and the government’s response. The report alleged the smugglers and traffickers benefited from corrupt Malaysian border officials who demanded bribes to allow vehicles through the border without conducting proper inspections.
Further, the report alleged authorities may have committed obstruction of justice when a senior police officer ordered the destruction of all potential evidence, including the camps and mass graves, one day after their discovery.
As always, I still wonder why Flynn took the plea deal in the first place, and why the judge (second judge?) didn't accept it. Strange proceedings.
I never believed the assertion that he did it because of pressure on his son - who is a grown man and can defend himself.
originally posted by: FlyingFox
Project Veritas having 400k subscribers is pretty impressive. They are well-established.
Thinking about the Epstein situation like a chess match, it seems like maybe he was used as the sacrificial pawn or rook to draw out the Queen to her demise.
He was arrested for various crimes, under the guise of an actual prosecution. Of which, he would put all of the other black pieces at risk. So, once the Black Queen made her move and struck him down, NSA/intel could mop up evidence of murder and conspiracy.
It would certainly cut down on paperwork, instead of prosecuting all of their untold crimes, inc ones they have pardons for.
originally posted by: CanadianMason
a reply to: SilentWindofDoom
Up here we feed bears for the hunt.
originally posted by: imthegoat
Has there been anymore from that last *Anon that said Hillary would f&$^ over Warren and announce her run for office in Nov?
I ask because it looks like Warren is being set up by the liberal media to fall.
Thank you to Kurt Volker, U.S. Envoy to Ukraine, who said in his Congressional Testimony, just released, “You asked what conversations did I have about that quid pro quo, et cetra. NONE, because I didn’t know there was a quid pro quo.” Witch Hunt!
8:17 AM · Nov 6, 2019
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Feb 23 2018 18:39:29 (EST)
Who do you think is leaking the info?
Take a wild guess.
Analyze shooter (pawn).
Voices in his head?
We are taking action behind the scenes.
CNN was set up.
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Apr 11 2018 20:22:02 (EST)
Thank you Alan.
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Dec 5 2017 01:54:26 (EST)
God bless, Patriots.
We are proud.
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Nov 7 2017 18:56:17 (EST)
Previous was deleted. Curious.
originally posted by: PokeyJoe
Hmmmmmm, one of these things is not like the others....I just cant put my finger on it, but something is off here.
The election results from Kentucky last night:
originally posted by: LurkNoMore
In other 4:00AM bot news... Dems are claiming a win in KY but not confirmed at this moment. Sure would be a step backwards if true but Dems have been known to rig elections amongst many other crimes. The rally was packed hard to believe this race to even be close. I went to Lex KY 3 weeks ago for the first time got a schooling in bourbon at Woodford Reserve distillery. Restaurants were packed economy doing great racetrack full of happy folks spending money. Would hate to see any place come under control by the do nothing dems. 2019 Year of the boomerang will expose the deceit.
29 Oct 2017 - 9:58:37 PM
Why wasn’t HRC prosecuted for the emails? Put simply, Obama ultimately OK’d by using the non govt email addy to communicate w/ Clinton. Obama also had an alias along with each of his cabinet members. Therefore indicting HRC would lead to indicting Obama & his cabinet etc which could never happen. Remember he lied about knowing but that ultimately came out in the dump. Poof!