“That’s when it really helps to remember that the most important battlefield in this entire war is internal. Remember to not only keep honing your own discernment, but to take time to remember what really matters isn’t the political machinations of (all) sides of this fight, but your loved ones and your own spiritual and mental well being. All will be well, sooner than we think. Justice is coming. “ https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1126886375930732545.html
“Ex-cult employee Frank Parlato — who exposed the fact that Raniere was branding women — is working with Big League Politics to uncover the deep longstanding links between Gillibrand, the Clintons, and NXIVM.” https://bigleaguepolitics.com/court-nxivm-witness-confirms-sex-cult-illegally-bundled-money-for-hillary-clinton-campaign/
“Approximately 100,000 illegal aliens a month are being apprehended by US Border Patrol.
We need a wall and we need real immigration reform to put an end to insane ‘catch and release’ asylum policies.
There are an estimated 30 million illegal aliens currently living in the Unites States — it’s time to deport them and put America first.”
“One of the teens accused of shooting up the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) charter school in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, on May 7 is transgender—Alec McKinney, 16, who identifies as a male but is listed as Maya Elizabeth McKinney on the court docket. The other, Devon Erickson, 18, expressed hatred for Christians on social media and appeared to be pro-Satan. “ https://townhall.com/tipsheet/leahbarkoukis/2019/05/16/colorado-judge-seals-case-file-of-school-shooters-n2546430
Got my popcorn & adult beverage ready.
“While Horowitz couldn’t subpoena any witnesses or records outside of the DOJ, Huber could, which is exactly why Sessions formed this team of senior prosecutors and then put Huber in charge of it.
While many assume an investigation being run out of the DOJ should wrap up in just a few months, that’s often not the case. Some investigations can take years.
Those involved in the Spygate plot to spy on a presidential campaign and then attempted to orchestrate a coup against an incoming presidential administration got to take their best shot at Trump first. Comey got the special counsel he wanted to be appointed, and for two years, they were led to believe they had Trump on the ropes.
Now the plotters are the ones who are going to be investigated. They’d better gird their loins.”
Could this lead to blackmail? “she probably wishes she could get back, during President Obama’s second term, Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters (CA) once touted Obama’s massive database, which she described as having “information about everything on every individual in ways that it’s never been done before.” https://www.dailywire.com/news/28439/flashback-maxine-waters-brags-about-obamas-james-barrett
“A former U.S. congressman from the state of Michigan said that Rashida Tlaib should undergo a lie detector test after we revealed that she illegally lied about her address to run for office, that she represented a state House district she did not live in, and that she lied about her address on her voter registration form. Her own father even called her out for lying.
“It appears the Democrats and some Republicans can’t run on their own merits,” stated former Michigan 11th District Republican congressman Kerry Bentiovlio. “Hook her up to a lie detector” before she gives her next speech, Bentiviolio said, referring to the Rashida Tlaib residency scandal.”
I love those yellow taxis drivers in NYC. Investigate, prosecute, incarcerate.
“In the last 12 years, thousands of foreigners poured their life savings into scammy loans and had hundreds of millions of dollars extracted from them by financial institutions.
Bankers, brokers, lawyers, investors, fleet owners, and debt collectors generated huge profits from these business practices. These people became multimillionaires, Wall Street cheered, and medallion brokers bought yachts and waterfront properties.
These predatory practices robbed immigrant families of all their monies, overwhelmed drivers with large debt loads, and collapsed an industry that has been so iconic to New York for more than five decades.”
If this can happen to Trump, it can happen to you and me. Cui bono?
“New York State lawmakers on Wednesday gave their final approval to legislation that would allow Congress to obtain President Trump’s state tax returns.
The bill, which is expected to be signed by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, would lift an existing state restriction on revealing an individual’s tax returns. It says the state Commissioner of Taxation and Finance shall release those returns if requested by the House Ways and Means Committee, Finance Committee, or Joint Committee on Taxation.”
First Trump, then me.
“This is presidential harassment.
“The subpoenas issued to Deutsche Bank and Capital One by Chairpersons Schiff and Waters are unlawful and illegitimate,” Trump’s lawyers said in a statement last month. “They seek information going back decades from anyone with even a tangential connection to the President, including children, minors and spouses. Every citizen should be concerned about this sweeping, lawless, invasion of privacy. We look forward to vindicating our clients’ rights in this matter.”
“The stigma against working mothers that was prevalent in the 20th century has switched over to a prejudice against the moms who mother full-time. Many people think that full-time mothers are not fulfilling their economic potential. They are depicted as wine-swilling MILFs who resent their responsibilities and neglect housework.
Social media posts from full-time mom friends often belabor the real work they do in service to home and family, just as they speak about how much they’d like to get out and take some classes or worry about their prospects of obtaining work after their children are grown. The prevalence of divorce, its uncertainty within the marriage promise, helps to fuel the insecurity of a woman’s role in the home. If a woman can’t trust that her work within the home will be valued in the marketplace into which she may again find herself, it becomes that much harder to dedicate herself fully to family and home.
Lately, there has been a push for government-subsidized child care options in the United States. While women advocate for others to pay for their child care so they can attend to their economic potential, other mothers fill the gaps, leaving their own children in the care of still someone else. As a working mom myself, and the child of a mom who worked, I am in favor of women pursuing their potential, but it’s not acceptable to do so on the backs of mothers who can’t make any other choice.”