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  1. But of course he doesn't see it that way. He believes that CNN "journalists" should be immune to criticism. This is the very same dude who made millions glorifying the Gulf War.
  2. This motherfucker here...lol... Wolf Blitzer: GOP senator should apologize for calling CNN reporter 'liberal hack' https://thehill.com/homenews/media/478701-wolf-blitzer-gop-senator-should-apologize-for-calling-cnn-reporter-liberal
  3. We'll see how far this goes. https://www.dailywire.com/news/breaking-investigators-with-ice-fbi-reviewing-criminal-allegations-against-ilhan-omar-report-says Investigators with multiple federal agencies are reportedly reviewing evidence of alleged crimes committed by far-left Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) that center around her marital history. The Blaze reported that toward the end of last year, “the Department of Justice had assigned an FBI Special Agent in Charge, or SAC, to review Rep. Ilhan Omar’s apparent, astonishing spree of felonies from 2009 to 2017.” The Blaze noted that the “FBI SAC stated that the wide range of criminal activity suggested by the evidence against Rep. Omar may lead the FBI to expand the review to other federal departments” and that in recent weeks, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and the Department of Education inspector general have reportedly joined the investigation. The Blaze’s report was authored by David Steinberg, who has extensively covered the criminal allegations against Omar for many months while at PJ Media. The Blaze reported that ICE’s involvement in the investigation pertains to “questions about [Rep. Omar’s 2009 marriage],” which allegedly includes “eight instances of perjury, immigration fraud, marriage fraud, up to eight years of state and federal tax fraud, two years of federal student loan fraud, and even bigamy.” The Department of Education inspector general is reportedly looking into whether Omar’s 2009 marriage to a British citizen was “an attempt to facilitate federal student loan fraud, or other fraud involving higher education.” The Minnesota Star Tribune has reportedthe following timeline of Omar’s marital history: The Star Tribune’s report from last June stated that newly released “investigative documents released by a state agency have given fresh life to lingering questions about the marital history of Rep. Ilhan Omar and whether she once married a man — possibly her own brother — to skirt immigration laws.” Omar, who has repeatedly claimed that the allegations are baseless conspiracy theories, has refused to answer questions or turn over any documents to the Associated Press or the Star Tribune that could debunk what she claims is a conspiracy theory.
  4. Jory Worthen's worthless murdering ass will be featured on John Walsh's In Pursuit crime show on 1-22-20 on the ID channel. Hope this worthless piece of shit is finally caught.
  5. If somebody slaps you in the face isn't that considered assault?
  6. I haven't seen one that goes into great detail just yet, but I have no doubt that something will come out within the next few weeks.
  7. I haven't seen very much of the mainstream media reporting on this.
  8. Well what do we have here?!? https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.fxstreet.com/amp/analysis/the-us-and-china-sign-historic-trade-deal-202001151827 Market reaction to the US-China trade deal signed in Washington today has been priced for several weeks. The next phase will be determined by the economic performance of the two countries as they implement the terms of the accord. The preliminary currency moves are complete. The Treasury Department has removed China’s designation as a currency manipulator and the People’s Bank of China has revalued the yuan 4% higher against the dollar since its more than ten-year low on September 3rd. Both moves are the first steps to the much more complex new relationship spelled out in the accord. USD/CNY This phase one agreement attempts to reorder the trade and financial relations between the world’s largest economies. It was sought by the United States who demanded recognition that China had grown, in size and expertise far beyond the era when she needed assistance to join the modern world. Terms of the deal are spelled out in the 94 page text but the outlines of the pact have been known for several weeks. They include a suspension of planned US tariffs on $156 billion of previously untaxed Chinese consumer goods that had been scheduled for October 15th, an increase in China’s purchases of American farm products by about $32 billion, new energy exports from the US worth some $50 billion, manufactured items by $80 billion and services by $35 billion. The US will also cut in half the existing duties of 15% on roughly $120 billion of Chinese exports that had been levied on September 1st. Tariffs will remain on approximately $360 billion of yearly Chinese exports to the US. President Trump said in the press conference prior to signing that these tariffs will all be removed when a phase two deal is completed. These commitments will play out over the next two years as will the Chinese promises to remove the requirements for technology transfer, improve protections for intellectual property and eliminate ownership restrictions that have been in place since China opened to the world a generation ago. The trade war between the China and the US roiled global market for almost two years and threatened to drag the world economy into recession. Its impact was felt in both countries as Chinese GDP fell to its lowest expansion in the modern era and US growth fell by a third, manufacturing slipped into recession and job creation in the factory sector dropped by almost 80%. China GDP FXStreet In many ways the success of this deal rests in the business communities of both countries. Markets will judge the impact as the Chinese and US economies respond to the terms of the agreement in the first and second quarters. Initially it will be easier to evaluate the performance of China as the agricultural and energy purchases promised in the accord are under the control of the government. The deal should also lift the pall that has lain over the global economy and liberate investment spending that has been inhibited by the spectre, however unlikely, of a full-fledged trade war. American industry has been as reluctant as the rest of the world to invest in new equipment and capacity over the past year. The combined jump in business investment in durable goods of 1.2% in November and December may be an indication that the trade deal has indeed liberated industry pocketbooks. The trade deal is an historic achievement for both countries and for President’s Donald Trump and Xi Jinping but its success is no longer in their hands.
  9. 100% chance that @jb™ is in there somewhere.
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