posted on Apr, 10 2020 @ 09:24 PM
a reply to: StallionDuck
Yeah you right I'm a smart ass sometimes. I can own that. I also realize the audio quality was poor and it was 30 mins long. I also realize that Mus
may have been on their phone and didn't have time to clack out a long break down.
It is worth a listen still.
I'm not sure I got all the facts str8 so any correction to my breakdown would be welcome as well. Both the caller and SBA employee sounded genuine in
their interactions, and both seemed to have appropriate emotional responses. If they were play acting it was Emmy worthy.
As for the consequences for the perps if true? That depends. If you can prove it in a court of law go for max allowed sentance and deffinatly asset
If best you can do is prove it is probable after foia request and such, any small business owner or group of them who had been denied grants as a
result could file a lawsuit.
Either way If pursued it will probably lead to political and/or financial consequences legal is highly doubtful.
Similar to Benghazi, DNC primary election fraud, the private server, U1, and now fisagate and covid hysteria dems don't seem to be capable of
realizing the importance of the political and financial consequences to their actions when legal consequences failed to materialize for those same
They are so busy staying out of prison they don't care if they lose a few elections. According to dems voters are stupid, half of them are deplorable
and they all have short attention spans and memories. All else fail Muh russia, reps are rascist and blame trump for everything while taking the
opposite side of his every position no matter how ludicrous or destructive the result may be.
I don't pretend to know their whole playbook because I'm not a commie, but I have noticed some patterns and a lot of repetition in how they play