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WATCH - the Two faces of #NDP leader Jagmeet Singh
#debatenight #CanadaVotes #FreeSpeech #Democracy
for tracking purposes. 7:58 a.m
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Don Lemon a political activist and bigot is actually moderating a fake news CNN debate? That’s not a debate but a meeting of radical activist.
What is racism and identity politics? The fact that blacks in South Bend, Indiana have rejected #PeteButtigieg and overall he has zero support from blacks yet the liberal media still push him as a viable candidate and somewhat dismiss blacks who are running. #racism
Crazy Bernie strikes again. #BernieSanders #Detriot #CNNDebate
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Report On The Investigation Into Russian Interference In The 2016 Presidential Election
Volume I of II
Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller, III
Submitted Pursuant to 28 C.F.R. § 600.8(c)
Washington, D.C.
March 2019 #MuellerReport #ReadTheMuellerReport #TweetTheMuellerReport
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Report On The Investigation Into Russian Interference In The 2016 Presidential Election
Volume I of II
Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller, III
Submitted Pursuant to 28 C.F.R. § 600.8(c)
Washington, D.C.
March 2019 #MuellerReport #ReadTheMuellerReport #TweetTheMuellerReport
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One of the least talked about aspects of our political landscape over the last 5 years is the Democrats’ drastic move left.

Every topic moved left: immigration, abortion, healthcare, welfare, etc.

The graph from the New York Times below proves this drastic shift. #DebateNight
Let’s take a deeper dive into this drastic shift. First, immigration:

Obama in 2007: "It has become an extraordinary problem... [Americans] are seeing their own economic position slip away."

Today, Dems want to decriminalize border crossings.
On abortion: In 2010, Obama signed an executive order preserving the Hyde Amendment, which prohibits taxpayer money to fund abortions.

Most democrats in today’s field are vehemently calling for the appeal of the Hyde Amendment.
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1. The first time I had any real experience with undocumented workers was in a case that I had many years ago representing a Bankruptcy trustee. I had uncovered a Bankruptcy fraud & eventually recovered a large sum of money and after the perpetrators had been convicted I had to
2. set about trying to get the money to the people who had been victimized by the fraud. The Bankruptcy Code provides for certain "Priority" claims and among the highest priority is unpaid employees. @RepJerryNadler
3. First, I had to find out who they were so they could be given notice to file claims. But the records had been destroyed as part of the fraud. I recovered a hard drive but it had been destroyed. I remember talking with the FBI agent who worked on the case and musing that the
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