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In October Ukrainian Parliamentarian Andrey (Andriy) Derkach revealed in a press conference that Joe Biden was paid $900,000 for lobbying efforts from Burisma Holdings in Ukraine.
This is the same organization that paid Hunter Biden over $50,000-83,000 a month to sit on their board in an obvious pay-for-play maneuver.
originally posted by: FlyingFox
I watch the clip of Macron and Trudeau supposedly joking at Trump's expense and I think...no. They're actually showing how they are star-struck Trump fan bois! "Trump this, and Trump that", like a pair of gossiping housewives. The duo seem to admire how Trump is able to handle a 40m presser. The editing of the clip about his staff makes it seem like Trump's staff doesn't support his snap decisions, while in fact they are simply reacting to his impulses; being normal humans.
I don't think I really need to explain further, other than to point out the obvious.
Two British pilots have touched down on home soil, after flying around the world in a restored Spitfire, with the paintwork stripped to a shining aluminium finish.
That's what the spitfire is, freedom, overcoming adversity, and it's that spirit around the world that it's conjurerd up.
originally posted by: PokeyJoe
James Clapper just reported on CNN that their headline claiming President TRUMP'S campaign was NOT spied on is premature.
I KNEW all those reports about the IG report and Durham investigation turning up nothing were B.S. If you have someone like Clapper saying this, then you know that S is about to hit the fan.
Giuliani was a longtime backer of Bernard Kerik, who started out as an NYPD detective driving for Giuliani's campaign. Giuliani appointed him as the Commissioner of the Department of Correction and then as the Police Commissioner. Giuliani was also the godfather to Kerik's two youngest children.
I was bored so I tried to use some simple probabilities to find the odds. A few assumptions were made, but I included a margin or error thats 17 orders of magnitude to cover all bases. 😬 Odds still look impossible.
originally posted by: IAMTAT
Kerik was responsible for restructuring and rebuilding the ministry and all its constituent parts: the national police, intelligence service, and border and customs police, as well as choosing the officials who would take control of these institutions when he left. Prior to Kerik's departure from Iraq on September 2, 2003, more than 35,000 Iraqi police were reinstated, 35 police stations were stood up in Baghdad with several more around the country, the senior deputy interior ministers were appointed
Kerik pleaded guilty in Bronx Supreme Court on June 30, 2006 to two ethics violations (unclassified misdemeanors). Kerik acknowledged that during the time he was Interior Minister of Iraq, he accepted a $250,000 interest-free "loan" from Israeli billionaire Eitan Wertheimer and failed to report it. Kerik first met the billionaire, whose vast holdings include major defense contractors, when Kerik took a four-day trip to Israel less thantwo weeks before September 11, 2001 to discuss counter-terrorism with Israeli officials
originally posted by: Guyfriday
a reply to: Trillium
I like how they only evacuated 40 homes. It should have been all houses in a half mile radius from the suspect house, but whatever. It kind of makes the Haz-Mat there look a little unprepared.
Also why all the fuss if there were no signs of radiation? I could see maybe getting the neighbors to leave until the situation was taken care of, but to say "Nuclear" and only move out the small area, but react without any signs of radiation seems like a poor response.