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Trump Transition/Post-2016 election

Discussion in 'The Spirit of the USA' started by Harper, Dec 7, 2016.

  1. earthtoangels

    earthtoangels Powers

  2. Don_D

    Don_D Powers

    Just watched this and it was a good piece outlining all the inconsistencies and strange circumstances regarding Seth Rich's death. I remember when all this information came out. Much of it on 4chan and a few other boards as well. Someone gained access to one of his email accounts and posted screen shots of evidence that made it very likely he was in fact the leak at the DNC and had been caught on to and was in trouble. He dumped the info he had in a last ditch effort I believe before being murdered.

    This is yet another in the growing list of things which destroy our trust in the agencies given the responsibility to uphold justice in our country. I remember just a few years ago when trust in three letter agencies was high, people would have insisted that there was nothing more to any of this back then. Now that is simply not the case, and no matter that the theories can be insane with little to back them up and the level of intentional mis direction by the corp press and agencies involved people are no longer buying what they are selling.

    Look at the stories that have come out this weekend in the case of the Las Vegas shooter. Accusations from his supposed prostitute. Obviously a smear campaign in effect to sully any information which is forth coming. Because you know, drug addict prostitutes are reliable sources of information and not easily led to say things.
  3. earthtoangels

    earthtoangels Powers

    General Pledges ‘Tidal Wave’ Of Bombs To Rain Down In Afghanistan

    The top U.S. commander in Afghanistan vowed a new wave of helicopter strikes by the Afghan National Security Forces on Taliban insurgents after the delivery of dozens of UH-60 black hawk helicopters, in a joint Saturday appearance with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani.

    Gen. John Nicholson pledged that “a tidal wave of air power is on the horizon” after the delivery of the helicopters, adding defiantly “terrorists will not triumph here.” The delivery of the Black Hawk helicopters aligns with President Donald Trump’s renewed push to settle the war in Afghanistan after 16 years of combat.

    Secretary of Defense James Mattis previewed the strategy before Congress Wednesday, noting that U.S. rules of engagement in Afghanistan would be adjusted in the months to come that allow airstrikes on Taliban militants anywhere in the country. Former President Barack Obama restricted U.S. strikes to targeting Taliban insurgents only when they were attacking U.S. or Afghan Security Forces. This allowed militants to maintain safe havens throughout the country, knowing they were free of danger of U.S. warplanes.

  4. earthtoangels

    earthtoangels Powers

    Trump: I'll Use 'Power of the Pen' for Healthcare Reform

    Trump's tweet indicates he will use an executive order — a tool often used by his predecessor, Barack Obama, and ridiculed by Trump's party — to get the changes he wants in the nation's healthcare system.

    Trump is expected to sign the executive order this week to start lifting insurance rules set through the Affordable Care Act, The Wall Street Journal reported over the weekend, quoting a senior administration official.

    The order is expected to expand options for Americans buying coverage on their own or for those who work for small employers. According to the publication, it will include instructions for agencies to loosen regulations in hopes of lowering premiums.

  5. earthtoangels

    earthtoangels Powers

    In this day and age though who knows! Lots of speculation going on.

    Sen. Tom Cotton Eyed Again for CIA Chief

    Sen. Tom Cotton, the Arkansas Republican close to President Donald Trump, is once again being considered to run the CIA, Axios reported Monday.

    The White House is thinking of nominating Mike Pompeo, the current director of Central Intelligence, to serve as secretary of state and replacing him with the 40-year-old Harvard law school graduate and veteran of the Armys 101st Airborne, according to Axios.

    Of course, the whole "chess move," as he described it, depends on Secretary of State Rex Tillerson resigning after what other Washington sources described as a tempestuous relationship with Trump.

    ....If Cotton moves to the CIA and Pompeo to the State Department, they would join retired Marine generals James Mattis, the secretary of defense, and John Kelly, Trump's chief of staff, in a "quartet of serious intellectuals and warriors in the big four jobs," Axios reported.

  6. Carol55

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  7. Don_D

    Don_D Powers

  8. Luan Ribeiro

    Luan Ribeiro New Member

  9. earthtoangels

    earthtoangels Powers

  10. Don_D

    Don_D Powers

    Not sure what happened with your link but its worth posting again for others. There is going to be more news coming out about this. I hope that something actually comes of it. Supposedly Wikileaks has a dossier of documents it will be releasing. This yet again shows how corrupt our intelligence and Justice Dept agencies have become.

  11. earthtoangels

    earthtoangels Powers

    Satan is alive and well through his congressional minions.

    Congressman To McConnell: End The Filibuster And Save Babies — Or Find A New Job [VIDEO]

    Congressman Trent Franks wants his 20-week abortion ban to get a Senate vote. But to get there, he needs Mitch McConnell to end the filibuster — or find another line of work.

    The House passed the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act — or “Micah’s Law” — on October 3rd. If it becomes law, abortions would be banned after 20 weeks of pregnancy, with exceptions for rape, incest and the life of the mother.

    “We’re going to protect unborn children once they’ve reached the beginning of the sixth month, because that’s clearly at a time when there’s no real medical authority that would say that they don’t feel pain,” Franks told The Daily Caller in an exclusive “Newsmakers” interview. “They do indeed feel pain at that age.”

    Currently, the United States is one of only seven countries, including North Korea and China, which permits elective abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy.

    The bill now awaits a Senate vote, but Franks says there’s that massive roadblock in the way — the filibuster.

    “The only impediment to this bill at this point is the Senate rule that allows the Democrats to keep it off the floor because they won’t help with the 60 votes needed to bring it to the floor,” Franks explained. “It’s a bad rule. It means that the American people don’t get a debate and it’s something that has to be changed.”

    President Trump agrees. He’s occasionally tweeted calls for the Senate to move to a simple majority vote process.


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