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Ej4mnj
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Both parties jointly sold out our industrial revolution's manufacturing capabilities technology and everything else we did together to that juncture and thereafter.  Then they sold out their own congress and senate seats to foreign and domestic corporate  interests. Don't you see how they all screwed us except for a very few like congress and another mere few in senate. You want salient proof?  Look at the natonal debt clock at 32.73 TRILLION then tell me we havent been screwed. Look at how all goes in favor of big business, corporate giants and big pharma. I'd be willing to wager that they also benefit from the quiet crypto market and all people have lost? It goes somewhere. Why hell, they've profited from most public losses and perform acts of insider trading and the worst that happens to them is that someone makes a stupid song about it. 
Now consider the extra profits they make and then sit and vote themselves a salary increase. Originally there was no congress but only a senate of volunteer posts. Look at how and what it grew into. People, please turn over some stones and you'll find lots of slime underneath each. Start looking at reality through the accelerating debt clock. We don't need two parties or more if they're there to screw us, okay? We are in serious, serious trouble and need to wake up, join together and fix it ourselves.
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The Future Has Arrived, It’s Just Not Equally Distributed Yet

Why is it more difficult in some countries to discuss UFOs than in other nations?

J. Burkes MD 2019

I suspect that for many countries, especially in Scandinavia and then Germany, followed by France and the UK, it is far more difficult for UFO truth seekers to operate than say in the Americas, both North and South. I have often pondered this dilemma and the answers I come up with are not very satisfying. In France, I imagine that ridicule is a kind of national sport. The UK has a long tradition of observing strict social rules indicating what is “proper” and UFOs definitely are not. Furthermore, in all of Western Europe there is a history of cherishing materialistic science and acknowledging its success in improving the lives of people. When science becomes orthodoxy and its “high priests” refuse to deal with UFOs, populations of advanced nations, despite being highly educated, follow suit by adopting an irrational form of denial that...

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It's evident the best Biden defense is an active offense aimed at Trump. Something really needs to happen and let's cut to the chase.

Dershowitz: Trump  Lawyers Indicted for 'Giving Legal Advice'

Author and former Harvard Law School professor Alan Dershowitz said in a Daily Caller column Tuesday that the lawyers for former President Donald Trump in the aftermath of the 2020 election are being criminally prosecuted in Georgia for “giving legal advice.”

“The lawyers who are currently indicted or were included as unindicted co-conspirators were, at least in part, accused based on their rendering legal services: giving legal advice, filing lawsuits on behalf of clients, and making statements, both oral and written, as part of their legal representation of clients,” Dershowitz said in his column. “That is why these charges are much more questionable and controversial than the ones that were brought against former Attorney General John Mitchell, former White House counsel John Ehrlichman and other [former President Richard] Nixon aides who were lawyers.”

Fulton County, Georgia, District Attorney Fani Willis handed down a criminal indictment against Trump and 18 co-defendants, many of them lawyers on Trump’s team, in August. They stand accused of violating the state’s Racketeer Influenced Corrupt Organization statute, usually reserved for those involved in organized crime, in challenging the results of the 2020 presidential election.

In addition to Trump, the indictment charges attorney and former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, attorney Sidney Powell, and attorney Kenneth Chesebro, among others, with conspiring in a criminal enterprise to overturn the results of the election, The Associated Press reported in August.

In his column Tuesday, Dershowitz said that while he feels the legal maneuvering by Trump and his team in the wake of the election may have been “wrongheaded,” that is not a basis to criminally charge the attorneys representing the former president.

“To be sure, lawyers can sometimes go too far in failing or refusing to accept binding and well-established precedents or existing rules, by bringing lawsuits for improper purposes, such as delay or extortion, or by lying to the court,” he said in the column. “But the lines between acceptable and unacceptable legal challenges are generally too uncertain to warrant criminalizing what in retrospect may have been a mistake in judgment or overzealousness.”

He said there could be far-reaching negative consequences for the American justice system if this were to become precedent.

“The prosecutions against Trump’s former lawyers will be vigorously defended against by their lawyers,” he said. “But bar associations and civil liberties groups should be heard as well, because the unjustified prosecution of lawyers for advising their clients and litigating on their behalf — even if overzealously — endangers the adversary system of justice and thus the rights of all Americans.”

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