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Cinnamon

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  1. WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on the House’s $788 billion spending measure (all times local): 2:30 p.m. The Republican-led House has voted to make a $1.6 billion down payment for President Donald Trump’s long-promised wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. The vote was 230-196. Republican leaders avoided voting directly on the divisive issue Thursday. Instead, they tucked the wall provision into a broader procedural vote. Trump promised at nearly every rally and campaign event that Mexico would pay for the wall. Mexico said no, and U.S. taxpayers will have to provide the money. <snip> http://www.breitbart.com/news/the-latest-house-oks-1-6b-down-payment-for-trumps-wall/
  2. He couldn't have been anymore diplomatic in his statement here, see video at link. Sessions calls Trump criticism over Russia recusal 'kind of hurtful' in 'Tucker Carlson Tonight' interview Attorney General Jeff Sessions has admitted that President Trump's criticism over his recusal from the Russia investigation has been "kind of hurtful," but insists he will continue in the job. "The President of the United States is a strong leader," Sessions told Fox News' Tucker Carlson in El Salvador. "He has had a lot of criticisms and he’s steadfastly determined to get his job done, and he wants all of us to do our jobs and that’s what I intend to do." <snip> http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/07/27/sessions-calls-trump-criticism-over-russia-recusal-kind-hurtful-in-tucker-carlson-tonight-interview.html
  3. This is the DNC case where the attorneys were requesting an order of protection and the same case where Wasserman Schultz (what an annoying LONG name! ) or someone in HER office called those attys offices and forgot to remove caller ID when using a voice changer...
  4. I think they just call them anything but Muslim is probably the real crux of it.
  5. Can you imagine what kind of b*tch she is to work with? lol
  6. <snip> As of Thursday morning, both the New York Times and Wall Street Journal have yet to report on the growing scandal surrounding several IT staffers employed by House Democrats, including Wasserman Schultz’s top IT aide, Imran Awan. Other establishment media outlets are similarly refusing to tell the public about the growing scandal. MSNBC has given zero on-air coverage to the scandal. ABC News and NBC News’ national broadcasts have similarly given zero coverage to the scandal. CNN’s only on-air coverage of the scandal so far was a brief mention during the 6 a.m. ET hour Thursday. <snip> http://dailycaller.com/2017/07/27/establishment-media-refuse-to-cover-house-it-scandal-rocking-democrats/ I'm staying on Wasserman Schultz because I really believe she's going to lose it and soon. Unless they have her medicated.
  7. Wasserman Schultz grabbed my attention awhile back, maybe because I can't stand the sound of her voice... but it almost feels like she's going to be the weak link in all of this. Her recent pictures look like a woman who hasn't slept in a really LONG time. They deserve no sleep, but this also goes to show that they only lose sleep when THEY think they might get caught. It's never about remorse from crimes they've committed.
  8. I was just talking to him about that and he said they do.
  9. Check this out Pilgrim! https://twitter.com/GeorgWebb/status/890439783914319872 Hard to believe Steve Wasserman is trying the Imran Awan case. No kidding. @wikileaks @csthetruth
  10. I think he's an assistant prosecutor or something, but the conflict of interests are glaring and he shouldn't be anywhere near any of these cases. But that's how they always get away with everything.
  11. Maybe I missed it but I watched it twice and still didn't hear that. Nm I see it now, it's longer.
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