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Chase Ignored Identity Theft and Stole Our Money! If you Bank with Chase run as fast as you can!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! — J & J Ranch, Stone Mtn, GA

While the country is on lockdown, and no one can travel anywhere, someone in Florida managed to get my debit card, and went to Walgreen’s and hit me with $105.95 twenty + times. So, Chase took my $900 it took forever to save, and $1300 more dollars, and claims it was me in Florida that […]

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Advanced knowledge? CDC started hiring QUARANTINE program managers last November — The Most Revolutionary Act

The CDC appears to have had advanced knowledge of the coronavirus pandemic outbreak, as the agency which deliberately delayed testing kits in the USA for nearly a month was hiring quarantine program advisors in November of 2019, to cover Texas, New York, California, Washington, Florida and many other areas where the pandemic is now exploding. […]

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Too, whenever you file a case, you need to do everything, as if you plan to appeal. Every case goes to appeal, unless it is so shitty a case that it don’t warrant an appeal. Everything you do in your case should prepare for an easy appeal, you have to be diligent, as if you are the one being sued, and you have to do plenty of discovery if you want anything from the opposing party, and the most important thing, is you have to follow the Rules of Civil Procedure, Uniform Superior Court Rules, the Court’s Rules and all Orders.
If any of the above things have not been followed to a “t” then you have made it hard for yourself, and will most likely loose the case. If you have planned to appeal, which should always be done, then it will be easier and less costly to appeal.

Damn, that’s good, I am going to post.

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CIA ‘Informant’ Tried To Set Up Trump Organization In 2015 This is huge! The Mueller report mentions this man over 100 times,

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(Felix Sater worked for the Trump organization and viciously tried to arrange meetings with Russia, but he is also an informant for the CIA and FBI. (Source: YouTube Screenshot))

Bombshell! CIA ‘Informant’ Tried To Set Up Trump Organization In 2015
This is huge! The Mueller report mentions this man over 100 times, but fails to disclose the fact that he had been working for the FBI and CIA since 1998!
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Bombshell! CIA ‘Informant’ Tried To Set Up Trump Organization In 2015

Thanks to independent government watchdog Judicial Watch, the Russia-gate scandal is about to break wide open. A bombshell discovery has shown that the Russian collusion set up could have started as early as 2015, using an informant inside the Trump Organization who worked for the Federal Bureau of Information and the Central Intelligence Agency since 1998!

And, guess who he was recruited by… none other than Andrew Weissmann. The same Weissmann who was the real head of the Mueller probe and partisan supporter of Hillary Clinton’s candidacy.

In fact, he was at her “victory celebration” as the polls closed in 2016!

Weissmann is a ruthless prosecutor with a checkered ethics track record, and evidence appears that he already had an asset in place inside the Trump Organization by the time the “investigation” by Mueller had begun.

And, the informant was none other than Felix Sater.

Sater was on board to make sure that Trump was implicated in the concocted “collusion” narrative and was allowed to keep $40 million in stolen funds by the Obama administration.

Judicial Watch is seeking:
…all records of communications, including FBI 302 interview reports and offer agreements between former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s office and Felix Sater, a former Trump organization official who was recently confirmed to be an informant for the FBI and CIA. Sater reportedly pushed a Russian real estate deal in 2016 while working at the Trump organization.

The American Thinker wrote:
Sater reportedly “began working with the Federal Bureau of Investigation in 1998, after he was caught in a stock-fraud scheme.” It was Andrew Weissmann who, as supervising assistant U.S. attorney, signed the agreement that brought Sater on as a government informant.

Federal prosecutors wrote a letter to Sater’s sentencing judge on August 27, 2009, in an effort to get him a lighter sentence: “Sater’s cooperation was of a depth and breadth rarely seen.”

Sater also was reportedly a CIA informant in the mid-2000s for the CIA during his undercover work with Russian military and intelligence officers.

The Mueller report mentions Sater more than 100 times but fails to mention that he was an active undercover informant for the FBI/CIA for more than two decades. In 2017, Sater was the subject of two interviews conducted under a proffer agreement with Mueller’s office according to page 69, footnote 304 of Mueller’s report on his Russian collusion investigation.

And, according to JW’s investigator Micah Morrison:
Beginning in late 2015, Sater repeatedly tried to arrange for [Trump attorney Michael] Cohen and candidate Trump, as representatives of the Trump Organization, to travel to Russia to meet with Russian government officials and possible financing partners.

Though his proposal appears to have been rejected by the Trump campaign, Sater persisted. “Into the spring of 2016,” the Mueller Report notes, “Sater and Cohen continued to discuss a trip to Moscow.” Sater emails Cohen that he is trying to arrange a meeting between “the 2 big guys,” Putin and Trump.

Sater’s re-emergence “suggests the possibility of a more sinister counter-narrative: that someone may have been trying to lure Trump into a trap—a politically damaging entanglement with Moscow money,” Morrison wrote.

Those discussions between the Trump Organization and Russian interests are the basis of much of the impeachment-mongering of the Democrats. If it turns out that those discussions were pushed by an agent of Andrew Weissmann well into 2016, then it certainly looks like a case of entrapment, pushed by a federal prosecutor devoted to the Democrats’ leading candidate for president.

REMEMBER: Dem Candidate Who Set Flag ABLAZE Now Considering Run for President

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REMEMBER: Dem Candidate Who Set Flag ABLAZE Now Considering Run for President (Details)

REMEMBER: Dem Candidate Who Set Flag ABLAZE Now Considering Run for President (Details)


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John Salvatore Published 19 hours ago on July 20, 2019 By John Salvatore

Stacey Abrams once set the Peach State’s flag on fire.

She also failed to win her gubernatorial race against Brian Kemp in Georgia last November, though she still has yet to actually concede.

Now, Abrams is considering a run for president in 2020.

Stacey Abrams once set the Peach State’s flag on fire.

She also failed to win her gubernatorial race against Brian Kemp in Georgia last November, though she still has yet to actually concede.

Now, Abrams is considering a run for president in 2020.

Trending: WATCH: Sitting Dem Senator Threatens to Punch Trump In the Face, Then Calls for Peace

Can’t be Kemp, but can take down Trump, huh?

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Did Trump Go Too Far With His “Democrats Don’t Like It Here, They Can Leave” Quote?
What sorcery is this?

From CNN:

Stacey Abrams, a rising star in the Democratic Party, said Monday it was possible she could seek her party’s presidential nomination next year.

Abrams’ comment came after an interview at the South by Southwest conference in Texas, where Abrams reportedly said she previously thought 2028 would be the earliest she could run for president, but over Twitter, she clarified: “Now 2020 is definitely on the table.”

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@staceyabrams
In #LeadFromTheOutside, I explore how to be intentional about plans, but flexible enough to adapt. 20 years ago, I never thought I’d be ready to run for POTUS before 2028. But life comes at you fast – as I shared in Q&A w @Yamiche at @sxsw. Now 2020 is definitely on the table…

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About that pesky ol’ flag burning, via The Hill:

A decades-old news article about Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams (D) burning the state flag, which at the time included the Confederate battle flag, resurfaced on Monday.

Abrams stood on the steps of the Georgia Capitol in 1992 and burned the Georgia state flag which was viewed as a symbol of white supremacy due to its Confederate design, The New York Times reported.

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Stacey Abrams once set the Peach State’s flag on fire.

She also failed to win her gubernatorial race against Brian Kemp in Georgia last November, though she still has yet to actually concede.

Now, Abrams is considering a run for president in 2020.

Trending: WATCH: Sitting Dem Senator Threatens to Punch Trump In the Face, Then Calls for Peace

Can’t be Kemp, but can take down Trump, huh?

take our poll – story continues below
Did Trump Go Too Far With His “Democrats Don’t Like It Here, They Can Leave” Quote?
What sorcery is this?

From CNN:

Stacey Abrams, a rising star in the Democratic Party, said Monday it was possible she could seek her party’s presidential nomination next year.

Abrams’ comment came after an interview at the South by Southwest conference in Texas, where Abrams reportedly said she previously thought 2028 would be the earliest she could run for president, but over Twitter, she clarified: “Now 2020 is definitely on the table.”

Stacey Abrams

@staceyabrams
In #LeadFromTheOutside, I explore how to be intentional about plans, but flexible enough to adapt. 20 years ago, I never thought I’d be ready to run for POTUS before 2028. But life comes at you fast – as I shared in Q&A w @Yamiche at @sxsw. Now 2020 is definitely on the table…

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About that pesky ol’ flag burning, via The Hill:

A decades-old news article about Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams (D) burning the state flag, which at the time included the Confederate battle flag, resurfaced on Monday.

Abrams stood on the steps of the Georgia Capitol in 1992 and burned the Georgia state flag which was viewed as a symbol of white supremacy due to its Confederate design, The New York Times reported.

Does Abrams not know that illegals can’t vote?

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Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams: Democrats’ “blue wave” in November would be comprised of those who are “documented and undocumented”

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Abrams once voted to confiscate guns. She says she did it just to “start a conversation.”

Will anyone believe that reason?

And “start a conversation” about what, exactly?

Actually banning guns, of course.

WATCH:

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Stacey Abrams once set the Peach State’s flag on fire.

She also failed to win her gubernatorial race against Brian Kemp in Georgia last November, though she still has yet to actually concede.

Now, Abrams is considering a run for president in 2020.

Trending: WATCH: Sitting Dem Senator Threatens to Punch Trump In the Face, Then Calls for Peace

Can’t be Kemp, but can take down Trump, huh?

take our poll – story continues below
Did Trump Go Too Far With His “Democrats Don’t Like It Here, They Can Leave” Quote?
What sorcery is this?

From CNN:

Stacey Abrams, a rising star in the Democratic Party, said Monday it was possible she could seek her party’s presidential nomination next year.

Abrams’ comment came after an interview at the South by Southwest conference in Texas, where Abrams reportedly said she previously thought 2028 would be the earliest she could run for president, but over Twitter, she clarified: “Now 2020 is definitely on the table.”

Stacey Abrams

@staceyabrams
In #LeadFromTheOutside, I explore how to be intentional about plans, but flexible enough to adapt. 20 years ago, I never thought I’d be ready to run for POTUS before 2028. But life comes at you fast – as I shared in Q&A w @Yamiche at @sxsw. Now 2020 is definitely on the table…

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About that pesky ol’ flag burning, via The Hill:

A decades-old news article about Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams (D) burning the state flag, which at the time included the Confederate battle flag, resurfaced on Monday.

Abrams stood on the steps of the Georgia Capitol in 1992 and burned the Georgia state flag which was viewed as a symbol of white supremacy due to its Confederate design, The New York Times reported.

Does Abrams not know that illegals can’t vote?

Ryan Saavedra

@RealSaavedra
Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams: Democrats’ “blue wave” in November would be comprised of those who are “documented and undocumented”

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Abrams once voted to confiscate guns. She says she did it just to “start a conversation.”

Will anyone believe that reason?

And “start a conversation” about what, exactly?

Actually banning guns, of course.

WATCH:

Check out what Black Panthers, who chanted “black power,” did for Abrams…

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How radical is my opponent? Look at who is backing her. The New Black Panther Party is “a racist…antisemitic organization whose leaders have encouraged violence against whites, Jews, & law enforcement” RT if you agree that Abrams & the Black Panthers are TOO EXTREME for GA!

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@seanhannity armed black panthers intimidating voters at Atlanta poll. This needs to be made famous

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Do these Black Panthers know Abrams wants to confiscate their guns?

Will Abrams condemn the Black Panthers for carrying?

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Georgia Democratic gubernatorial nominee Stacey Abrams says she will ban semi-automatic rifles and she *refuses* to answer whether she’ll have the government go door-to-door and confiscate people’s firearms.

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HALLELUJAH!! Supreme Court Saves Bladensburg Cross from Destruction — depolreablesunite

H/T Todd Starnes.com. In this amazing 7-2 ruling the Supreme Court made the right call. The Supreme Court ruled that the Bladensburg World War I Memorial Cross can remain on public land. It is a major ruling in the fight to save American traditions and values from the hands of secularists — a war I […]

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Man accused of stabbing mother to death in DeKalb County

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One of my people was represented by this guy, and he stole $45,000.00 of her settlement. She and some other victims testified in Court a couple weeks ago. He was sentenced to 30 years, with 15 to serve. He was supposed to turn himself in 02/01/2019. He did not show up.

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Man accused of stabbing mother to death in DeKalb County
Police are still looking for the son, who now faces a murder charge.
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Author: WXIA Staff
Published: 10:08 PM EST February 2, 2019
Updated: 10:49 PM EST February 2, 2019

STONE MOUNTAIN, Ga. — A man accused of killing his mother in a vicious attack is now wanted by DeKalb Police.

Around 9:30 a.m. Saturday, police said Shirley Merritt’s son, Richard Merritt, stabbed her to death inside of her home located on Planters Row.

Merritt is 44 years old, about 5 feet 10 inches tall and 175 pounds with brown eyes and brown hair. Police have issued a warrant for his arrest on a charge of murder.
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He may be driving his mother’s brown 2009 Lexus RX350 with a Georgia tag reading CBV6004.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Richard Merritt is asked to call the DeKalb County Police Department at 770-724-7850 or Crime Stoppers at 404-577-8477 (TIPS).