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Pinandpuller

I was flipping thru the dial and I heard Ben Shapiro talking about Trump’s demand to open churches back up. I know it took incredible restraint for Ben to hold himself back from spitting in the floor three times.

jim nj

I thought that declaring houses of worship essential services was an interesting first step in the coming war of the feds against state dictators.

It's going to be difficult to argue that Trump doesn't have that power since "freedom of religion" is kind of embedded in the Constitution. :)

I expect the DOJ is entering and will continue to enter into lawsuits that others have already filed and will bring its own if needed to force governors to justify their actions.

Most of the governors recognize the need to re-open and are doing so. The ones imposing really weird conditions are open to an easy smackdown.

Delaying the next stimulus bill for as long as possible will just make it more clear to governors that the way to close their budget gaps is to open up.

And as we open up, another stimulus bill will be less needed.

Porchlight

New MADDridd

KAY-ro

BURR-linn, CT

I love regional pronunciations.

Porchlight

Is that Patrick Duffy or Bobby Ewing?

That's funny, Ralph L, I always thought of those two names when I saw Patrick Ewing's name, too.

Porchlight

Heh Dave, I was thinking "is that really Chicago?" but I couldn't quite get there. Lol.

Porchlight

I blame the beer.

Porchlight

I feel for Sessions. He got played, but he was coming from the right place.

Still credit him enormously for Trump's election. You can't take that away.

jim nj

I blame the beer.

Posted by: Porchlight | May 23, 2020 at 03:29 AM

I don't know what that is referring to.

It works for me though.

President-Elect Jim,SunnyvaleCA

DrJ: "The German language is much more consistent with its pronunciation than American English"

That's pronunciation. On the related topic of regularity:
I've read that English is very regular EXCEPT for the, say, 50 most commonly used verbs.
"I am" "You are" " He is" versus "I walk" "You walk" "He walks" being an example.

jim nj

nytol

Narciso

Sessions for the same 'banana in the tail pipe'trick that ashcroft did 14 years earlier orchestrated by comey who served the same role as rosenstein. As mueller did wrays job.

Ralph L

I'll call JMH's Mongolians with some in fancy dress.

Ralph L

I would think most state laws granting the governor emergency powers would have a time limit of some kind. Why haven't we heard more about this?

MissMarple2

Good morning!

I thought it would be good to start the day with a Carlos Osweda thread. This put me in a good mood:

https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1264094251102527488.html

It begins: "THERE WE GO.

@realDonaldTrump sprung the mother of all traps.

This is one for the ages."

Here is the original Twitter thread with comments:

https://twitter.com/COsweda/status/1264105047111041024

MissMarple2

Ralph L,

We haven't heard more about it because if they DO have a time limit, mentioning that would HELP President Trump. And there is no way the Enemy of the People would mention that!

James D.

The LEFT and the MEDIA, is pumping this SOCIAL DISTANCING CRAP, and MASK SHAMING, and the gullible and/or panicked are buying into it. Even sane intelligent peeps.

They certainly are. Every one of my friends and coworkers have. I want to scream at them but there’s no point.

Jane

Good morning! 71 degrees here - before it gets hotter than hell. 8000 bubbles in my eye - can’t see a thing so I took off the patch. So I think I’ll go to Walmart. Hell why not?

James D.


I feel for Sessions. He got played, but he was coming from the right place.

I don’t. If he didn’t understand what a snake pit DoJ was after seeing what they did to Ted Stevens and to other GOP politicians, and seeing the behavior of both leadership and rank and file employees during the 2016 campaign, then he was willfully blind and totally I equipped to be Attorney General. And I can’t cut slack for that on a guy who’s been in DC for decades. He should have known better, and tremendous damage was done because he didn’t.

He would have far been better off, and happier, staying in the Senate. And so would have President Trump.

MissMarple2

https://twitter.com/COsweda/status/1264051949332074497

Here's another thread that also is good. He wrote this one before the one I posted above.

James D.

Ig @ 1:21 AM

British law enforcement and elected officials knew full well about the grooming gangs and the mass rapes and abuse and exactly who was doing it and why, for over a decade, and did absolutely nothing about it.

And all of those people who knew and did nothing still have their jobs and pensions and are treated with respect.

In a sane world they all themselves be in prison, or awaiting execution, or living in abject fear that at any moment the families of their victims might burst into their homes and exact justice upon them in person.

henry

Ralph L, WI law has a time limit on Governor power to declare an emergency. After that the governor needs to work with the legislature. The time expired, the Supreme Court ended the emergency, Governor Evers tried to force his tyranny on the legislature, the legislature said no. So we now have counties and towns making their own rules, then getting legal advice that they don’t have that power. The media is now focusing on helping the trial lawyers sue any business that opens.

Buckeye

The media is now focusing on helping the trial lawyers sue any business that opens.

And I’m crazy because I want to see a few of them disappeared

anonamom

bub--blow your doc's mind.

If your kidney function is normal, check out low carb /high fat--you can still eat your wings; just no veggie tacos. At least not in taco shells.

If you are like most guys, in three months you'll drop twenty five or thirty pounds, your triglycerides will be below 80, your liver function tests will be normal, and she will still tell you saturated fat is bad, even though you will be in the best shape you've been in for years.

Jane can tell you how. So can henry, IIRC. Hoyden too. I believe OL found great success as well.

Tonights dinner suggestion: steak, broccoli with butter, big salad with blue cheese dressing and bacon bits. A glass of red wine.

Breakfast tomorrow: eggs and sausage or bacon. Or a cheese omelet--your call.

You may want to get Undoctored for moral support. Cardiologist wrote it, to support people in walking away from the obesity generating western med standard med advice.
You CAN still keep your doctor--you just keep them as your consultant, not your dictator or god.

rse

For OL and any others NOT surprised that one now goes to Harvard Bus School to learn how to reimagine capitalism. https://ssir.org/books/reviews/entry/big_structural_change

Can these five elements of a reimagined capitalism really take hold in the world we have today? Sometimes the case studies suggest that all we need is a leader with clear vision to step in and take charge. In most examples, however, a crisis of some kind triggered the change—such as a personal tragedy, a financial downturn, a spectacular Greenpeace protest, or, in the particular case of Mauritius, a revolution. Even then, the transition sometimes took 5 or 10 years.

If crisis is needed to trigger a fundamental reform of capitalism, might the coronavirus be the catalyst? The pandemic certainly demonstrates the essential role of government and collective action to sustain capitalism. If corporate leaders and investors ever fooled themselves into thinking that their success did not depend on the well-being of society, their mistake is now plain to see. It would be hopeful to think that the dreaded toll the virus is taking on human life could lead to a fundamental reshaping of capitalism along the lines that Henderson suggests. If the global economy remains moribund, it might actually give rise to renewed faith in government and a more beneficial version of capitalism. Conversely, if this disaster is not enough, it is truly frightening to think about the crisis that might be necessary.

MissMarple2

Older grandaughter stopped by early to bring a present for my daughter, who is still asleep.

CHEESE CURDS! (My daughter used to live in Milwaukee and loves them!)

Jane

Pier 45 in San Francisco burning down 9or maybe up)

sbwaters

And I’m crazy because I want to see a few of them disappeared

More than a few newspapers will disappear. Many more will stop print and go all digital.

Most of the large chains and metros you have good reason to dislike will continue.

Among other options we will consider selling the building my father built downtown to support urban renewal in the early 1970s. We would move into a smaller space, and contract printing out to another company. Less than 10 percent of our subscriptions are online.

Retail advertising that pays 75% of the cost of printing is a leading and lagging indicator. That means a recession for local newspapers starts sooner and runs longer.

My parents enjoyed a comfortable retirement earned during the good times. Some of my retirement is being eaten into to keep the newspaper running. And selling the building will bring in less, too.

Much of that is because on the whole nationally, Democrats are dirty — have been for a long time and would do anything not to get caught.

anonamom

I would not let anonomom see that 9:05 bub or she'll be on your ass. Life sounds like it's going to be tough enough without that Gundry guy on your back. :)

As you already know--too late!

But Ig---Gundry is not first line.
You know that, right??? ;-)

You still intermittently fasting?

MissMarple2

In case anyone missed it, here is President Trump at the press conference yesterday. Video at the link; 2 minutes.

pic.twitter.com/eXqtvBsSJw

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 22, 2020

And now, Reverend Jesse Jackson is urging pastors NOT to open the churches! So we have the dems supporting a candidate who is racist, and opposing religion!

President-Elect Jim,SunnyvaleCA

https://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2020/05/the-week-in-pictures-unlicensed-freedom-edition.php

rse

In case anyone was wondering wht are schools for, as those property taxes must be paid despite the lack of income from rentals--

Policymakers and reformers need to think about whether high-quality instruction and academic achievement are truly the best means of achieving educational equality. Educators have always recognized that learning cannot take place if students are not fed, healthy, safe, and cared for. In the wake of the pandemic, communities now see the central role schools play in basic care, too (for more on how to equip educators, families, and communities with a new vision for K-12 education, check out the latest Education Now webinar and an upcoming webinar hosted by the Edmund J. Safra Center for Ethics on reopening and resilience in education).

“Districts’ and states’ responses in March and April demonstrate that schools’ value lies in providing care first (physical, mental, emotional), and learning second,” Levinson writes. “Too often we justify the “extra” services we provide children — free and reduced-price school meals, counseling, nurses, family outreach coordinators, playing fields — in terms of their demonstrated effect on academic learning. But this gets the relationship backward.” She concludes that “schools’ essential value is in providing care even when they cannot provide academics; it is not in providing academics in the absence of care.”

https://www.gse.harvard.edu/news/uk/20/05/educating-ethically

Extraneus

That Russian Chicago cover was great, Gentlejim.

James D.

So there’s an article in today’s NYT. about mass firings at Weight Watchers. The lockdowns are part of it, as you’d expect, but buried in the article is the real truth: their rebranding as “WW” and their shift away from weight loss and to “wellness” and a different image has not worked as they expected.

I truly don’t understand how the same colossally stupid and clearly disastrous idea of alienating your existing customer base to chase after people who don’t like you or want to do business with you, keeps cropping up all the time.

How many high profile examples are needed before these supposedly smart executives and consultants get it once and for all that spending a lot of money to push away the people who generate most of your revenue inevitably leads to bankruptcy?

jimmyk

—And, in Detroit, "Livernois" is pronounced as "Liver Noise"—

Or Livernoy, probably imitating Illinois. (I grew up a few blocks from Livernois Ave.) Not to mention Detroit being pronounced DeTROYT. Or often, DEE-troyt.

There’s almost a compulsion for place names to be mispronounced. There’s a town in upstate NY called Sweden. Hard to mispronounce you’d think. The locals say “Swe-DEN.”

James D.

rse’s 8:07 and 8:27 dovetail together very nicely, don’t they?

Almost as though all these think tankers and professors and bureaucrats are all working from the same playbook or something.

MissMarple2

sbwaters,

My grandad was a union pressman for the Indianapolis Star, and I still have a picture of him with the big paper rolls he handled.

I subscribed to the Sunday paper because I felt sorry for the paper boy, which used to be a good first job for a kid, but honestly, the ads aren't much other than Walmart's insert and a few coupon inserts. The paper is really meager compared to the old days.

Captain Hate

AG Barr and Jonathan Turley both say Sessions did the right thing in recusing. I’m betting neither of them approve of how Trump is mishandling this.

How is he mishandling this? I feel sorry for Sessions because I've come to think he did the right thing but that's just my opinion and there's still an open question on whether you should recuse yourself because of a fraudulent investigation. Sessions opponent seems to be who the majority of voters want anyway so why should Trump tell them not to do that. None of us know all the interactions that occurred between Sessions and DJT and it may be that through time Jeff wasn't the person Trump thought he was when he hired him. These things happen.

You seem more upset that it doesn't fit your grand scheme. There's no shame in admitting you're mistaken about something just like you let your bias completely overwhelm your reading comprehension on what asw was talking about yesterday.

Ralph L

the same colossally stupid and clearly disastrous idea of alienating your existing customer base to chase after people who don’t like you
GM did that with Oldsmobile, trying to appeal to buyers of European cars, then killed it and tried the same thing with Cadillac with similar results. Escalade keeps it afloat, but they think electric cars will sell.

boris

If your business is being robbed at gunpoint there are some things you can do to the robbers that would not be legal under ordinary law abiding circumstances.

I don't interpret "the law" to say the top cop has to stand aside and let coup plotters sabotage Trump's first 3 years trying to take him out.

Paraphrasing Barbossa:

The code That particular law is more what you'd call "a guideline" than an actual rule.
Dimorats don't ever obey rules that get in the way of their agendas.

jimmyk

I would not let anonomom see that 9:05 bub or she'll be on your ass.

As I mentioned the other day, some years ago my doc retired, and he passed me on to a colleague. First checkup with him he gave me that kind of advice, and I promptly found a new doc. Though it's actually not so easy to find docs who are paleo-friendly. It's as though they have to keep it secret, like people who support Trump.

rse

James--there's more

All from different sources this week--

Topic #11: Framing the post-pandemic economy
The pandemic has created an opening to change the public's perspective on what it means to have a good economy - and what role government must play in getting there.

This means that the way we talk about the economy has never mattered more.

We are all immersed in a running stream of messages about "the economy." The sheer repetition of this phrase makes it easy to think of "it" as an overarching goal that deserves our exclusive attention and can command whatever measure of pain or sacrifice "it" requires.

We shouldn't accept - or suggest - that our choices must always and only be in service of the economy. Instead, we need to lead a conversation about how to create an economy that serves everyone's needs. We need ways to engage people in thinking about arranging our society and its resources in a just, inclusive way.

The pandemic is a moment when change is inevitable - for better or for worse. We can and should use our communications power to shape this change. Here are three ways we can match our story to the moment.

Of course I follow these publications because I understand there is a common, coordinated vision and that some of the most graphic explanations of the true agenda do not come from a source with any reason to be circumspect. They assume all subscribers are True Believers.

boris

"doesn't fit your grand scheme"

Well I like to think I spend time here to find out what's true and not so much who gets points for having the best grand scheme predictions.

NTTAWWT, done some myself, but never competitively, which does tend to muddy what otherwise is good information.

jimmyk

I would think most state laws granting the governor emergency powers would have a time limit of some kind. Why haven't we heard more about this?

I think there must be a limit, because the orders always expire within a few weeks. The question is whether they can keep extending them. The answer seems to be that they can, if the public (or state legislature) lets them get away with it. In NY, the people bow to authority and let Cuomo and Deblasio do what they want. In Michigan and some other places, not so much, but it ends up with civil disobedience and lawsuits, and by the time the lawsuits are settled the damage is done.

Though now even in NY the NYCLU is showing signs of life: https://gothamist.com/news/lawsuit-prompts-new-york-state-allow-gatherings-10-people

But no such luck for business owners and landlords. Apparently they have no civil rights.

Captain Hate

The answer seems to be that they can, if the public (or state legislature) lets them get away with it.

In Ohio the state house passed a bill to reduce the weird health director's ability to endlessly extend emergencies, DeWine threatened to veto it and the state senate folded like cheap cards. Then the state courts said she exceeded her authority and said things should open up, correctly in my opinion based on the emerging facts.

jimmyk

Actually, now that I've read the article I just linked more carefully, I see that what motivated the NYCLU was that Cuomo allowed only religious gatherings of up to 10 people. When Cuomo didn't allow any gatherings it was just fine with the NYCLU, but to allow religious gatherings but not secular ones was too much for them. Of course they're right, but the question is why they didn't sue a month ago.

boris

"Instead, we need to lead a conversation about how to create an economy that serves everyone's needs."

Sure thing, from each according to means, to each according to needs. Simple.

Funny thing though ... way more people who have lived under that kind of economy move to the kind where they get to keep what they do for themselves. When allowed to do so.

Almost nobody wants to go where from each according to means is the rule.

jimmyk

Captain, for the state courts to make that ruling, I presume someone had to file a lawsuit, right?

In NY Cuomo seems to have folded as soon as the NYCLU sued, but again that was only over the special treatment for religious gatherings.

Captain Hate

Robin, the dimwits that wrote those two passages you quoted are obviously the bastard spawn of Karl Marx and his sciency evolution of society that was ill founded in a backwards place like Russia. I shudder to think how many tenured nimrods support them.

Captain Hate

I'm sure someone did, jimmyk. A Lake county judge ruled on it and there are enough MAGA people there, like the dog breeder I bought Teddy from, to not take this lying down.

Extraneus

Look, I know your anger, but recusal was required by law.

Does anyone know what law he's referring to?

rse

That's the MH vision ch. It is absolutely omnipresent and it guides much of what gates in particular has funded along with the big oil, model T, and Big Steel foundations.

It is behind the Equity vision of all education now. This is the little 'c' version of communism that the US was deemed in the early 60s to have met the criteria for far better than the USSR. I get it from supposedly 'conservative' publications insisting they are 'conservatives' like this one this week. https://www.thepublicdiscourse.com/2020/05/63239/ on Reclaiming Social Justice.

Because apparently it doesn't count if the Global Plans and notorious theories are imposed at the local level.

KevlarKid

bubarooni--

You're beginning a great adventure one that will bring great happiness into your family's future- one day at a time, Brother.

We're right here walking beside you (whetha you like it or not!!!)

🦆🦅🌶🧡

Captain Hate

Thanks for keeping us informed, Robin. It's always good to know your enemy.

Speaking of which, from Iggy's link earlier

Even Dr. Taj Hargey, a British imam, confirms that the majority of the UK’s “imams promote grooming rings.” He said Muslim men are taught that women are “second-class citizens, little more than chattels or possessions over whom they have absolute authority” and that the imams preach a doctrine “that denigrates all women, but treats whites with particular contempt.”

I'm so pleased that my Indian son in law, and his family, hate those vermin more than I do, as difficult as that might be to comprehend.

President-Elect Jim,SunnyvaleCA

Sen Sessions comes across as milquetoast.
Didnt he get wrongfooted by Dem charges that he talked to Russians? Meanwhile there are plenty of photos showing Schumer and others doing the same.
And there a post, I think at PL showing him doing the rounds at DoJ as incoming AG. Some intern started berating him with SJW crap and Sessions just took it.

Wrong guy. Wrong job. Wrong epoch.

Captain Hate

Does anyone know what law he's referring to?

I'm not sure it's codified anywhere specifically or if it's just based on court decisions, or common sense, that you can't oversee an investigation that you're the target of.

Ralph L

You're beginning a great adventure one that will bring great happiness into your family's future

I had no idea french drains were so life-affirming.

Captain Hate

I take it back: there is something in the US Code that there was a debate at the time of the recusal of whether Sessions was violating by not recusing himself. Surely someone remembers that.

Tom R

Sessions for the same 'banana in the tail pipe'trick that ashcroft did 14 years earlier orchestrated by comey who served the same role as rosenstein. As mueller did wrays job.

Was that supposed to be a complement to Sessions? We now know that Comey, Mueller and Wray were the good guys in the Ashcroft incident and the neocons were the bad guys.

KevlarKid

He finished that one, eh Ralphy? 🎯

KevlarKid

Did Jeff even discuss his recusal before with POTUS pulling that trigger?

Narciso

No tom r not even close.

Extraneus

you can't oversee an investigation that you're the target of.

So from now on it's just a matter of opening an investigation that targets the incoming AG, and voila, castrated AG? Caint be.

JM Hanes

Ignatz:

Thanks for the book suggestion. I wonder if Bodio is the same man who made a short film of just such a trip to see an eagle hunter. He looks like a different guy in the author photo, but I guess I'm about to find out. Got it on my kindle.

KevlarKid

Ext +1

rse

NEW Thread!!!

NEW. Newer. Newest.

Captain Hate

So from now on it's just a matter of opening an investigation that targets the incoming AG, and voila, castrated AG? Caint be.

I think that's exactly what happened by McCabe.

Momto2

bub--blow your doc's mind.

If your kidney function is normal, check out low carb /high fat-

I'm another success story due to anonamom, Jane, and some irl friends. My blood pressure was creeping up after my husband died. I had put on weight due to the stress of caring for him.

I just had one of those overall health scan assessments before the lockdown. All of my numbers were great and I take no medications (only a multivitamin and a baby aspirin.) I lost 50 lbs. and was never hungry.

JM Hanes

Ralph L:

Gorgeous photos of gorgeous clothing!

jimmyk

More on those time limits on emergency authority, regarding a lawsuit by an Illinois state legislator against Pritzker:

According to the lawsuit, the Governor’s actions are not authorized by state law, as they extend beyond the 30-day time period imposed by the Illinois legislature for the Governor’s exercise of emergency powers granted under the Act.

https://althouse.blogspot.com/2020/05/the-department-of-justice-today-filed.html

Some complicated issues about federal vs state jurisdiction, need a second cuppa Joe to read it.

Momto2

I truly don’t understand how the same colossally stupid and clearly disastrous idea of alienating your existing customer base to chase after people who don’t like you

JamesD- I immediately thought of Fox News. Isn't this exactly what they are doing?

Rocco

Does anyone know what law he's referring to?

I'm with McCarthy! It's an old article but still relevant IMO.

Sessions says that he recused himself, on the advice of career ethics experts at the Justice Department, because he thought this was required by the federal regulation controlling “Disqualification arising from personal or political relationship” (28 CFR Sec. 45.2). But judging from the public testimony that former FBI director James Comey has given about the investigation into Russia’s election-meddling, the regulation did not mandate recusal.

Section 45.2 states that an official is disqualified from “a criminal investigation or prosecution” if he has a personal or political relationship with a “subject of the investigation or prosecution,” or with a person or organization whose interests would be affected by the outcome “of the investigation or prosecution.” (Emphasis added.)

The probe of Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential campaign is not a criminal investigation or prosecution. Moreover, when the reg speaks of the “subject of the investigation or prosecution,” it is using “subject” as a criminal-law term of art. A “subject” is a person or entity whose actions are being examined by a grand jury with an eye toward a possible indictment. There are no “subjects” in that sense in a counterintelligence investigation because the objective is not to build a criminal case and there is no grand jury.

https://www.nationalreview.com/2017/06/jeff-sessions-recusal-unnecessary/

Tom R

CH @ 8:40

I am upset for a couple of reasons none having to do with any grand scheme.

#1. No one should be punished for doing the ethical right thing and following the rule of law.
#2. It reflects poorly on Trump because it reinforces the numerous tweets of his where he created the perception he truly believes the AG was supposed to function as the POTUS consigliere.
#3. For the voters out there who know Sessions did the ethical and legal right thing, when they see Trump’s tweets attacking Sessions they know Trump is being dishonest. Last night my wife and I were playing cards with friends who were born and raised in other states. One is conservative and the other a libertarian. When we heard about Trump’s latest attack on Sessions, with absolutely no prompting from me they both said they wish Trump wouldn’t act like that because they felt it was petty and boorish behavior on Trump’s part. Both of them plus my wife all said they don’t like it when Trump behaves like that. I don’t take anything for granted when it comes to elections so Trump should be trying to win over voters like that instead of doing things that remind them that they don’t like the way he acts.

BTW the only reason Tubervile is ahead of Sessions is because of Trump’s endorsement. Tuberville is avoiding debating Sessions because he knows Sessions would smoke his ass on policy issues.

MissMarple2

KK,

No, he did NOT according to the President, and I always wondered why, after all of his emphasis on immigration, Sessions pushed hard for DoJ.

I don't wonder that the President is backing Tuberville, who makes a point in his ad of pointing out how Sessions ducked from a fight and didn't defend the President.

Old Lurker

"AG Barr and Jonathan Turley both say Sessions did the right thing in recusing."

"Doing the right thing" is a subjective standard seen through the eye of the beholder. That is not the same thing as "Required by Law".

Old Lurker

"I take it back: there is something in the US Code that there was a debate at the time of the recusal of whether Sessions was violating by not recusing himself."

A Debate about an issue is not the same thing as making one side right and the other side wrong.

Of course there was a debate: the Recusal Rocket had been launched and all forces meant to get it done.

Like taking out Flynn.

Old Lurker

Also, of course many states have laws on their books that empower their governor with emergency powers.

Even so, NO such law is legal if it violates the Constitution of the US.

So it is not just "the people" or the "legislature" that can serve as brakes on a Tyrant, it is the POTUS and his DoJ and ultimately SCOTUS that can stop the madness.

Judging by progress to date, if this is all just a test run to see how far they can push the people away from their rights and liberties, well the Progs must be happy as clams.

People are being real stupid letting this continue.

Rocco

Sessions says that he recused himself, on the advice of career ethics experts at the Justice Department

Did they roll him, set him up? Keep in mind that Sessions never even contacted his new state department for 9 days after Trump was inaugurated and Sally Yates was in charge for the first 10 days until Trump fired her. Who advised him to fill out his security clearance form SF-86?

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/case-closed-fbi-says-sessions-didnt-have-to-reveal-russia-talks

President-Elect Jim,SunnyvaleCA

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