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The green new deal has failed, each prediction has not come true and the people are now seeing it as a big hoax. The crack in the [CB] system is the food, the food will continue to rise and no amount manipulation can cover it up. The battle for the economic systems is now occurring. The [DS] are trying to deflect from all their crimes and they are putting it on Trump. They indicted [HB] with lesser charges at the same time they indicted Trump. People can now see the two tiered justice system. The [DS] system is exposed and the house of cards is about to crash down on them, nothing can stop this, nothing.
- Despite his ongoing war with Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin has continued to allow Kyiv to export grain through the Black Sea via the Black Sea Grain Initiative, which Putin has allowed to be extended previously. However, in remarks last week his patience with the deal appeared to be dwindling as he told journalists, “Probably, for the guys who are fighting, it’s not clear why we are letting the grain through. I understand.” As the July 17 expiration date for the current extension approaches though, Putin’s patience appears to have run out.
- On Sunday, his spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that the Ukraine grain deal had “no chance” of being extended.
- According to Peskov, Russia has “shown goodwill several times, made concessions” and has extended the grain deal in the past. The spokesman added that Moscow has still not received what it was promised in exchange for previously extending the grain deal.
- “The deal implies deeds; deeds on the part of the contracting states or organizations. And one part of this deal was done, and the second part, which related to [promises made to] Russia, was never done,” he added.
When food prices go up +20% in a year and inflation "slows to 4%" the next year, prices didn't come down at all.
They're still much higher than they were previously.
High prices are the new normal. pic.twitter.com/rikjcI7aH0
— Genevieve Roch-Decter, CFA (@GRDecter) June 20, 2023
- House Judiciary Committee chair Jim Jordan is demanding an explanation from the IRS as to why one of its agents used a fake name to enter an Ohio woman’s home and then told her he “could go into anyone’s house at any time I want.”
- In a letter sent to the IRS on Friday, Jordan revealed that he had recently learned of allegations about an agent going by “Bill Haus” showing up at the woman’s home in April.
- “We have recently received allegations that an Internal Revenue Service agent provided a false name to an Ohio taxpayer as part of a deception to gain entry into the taxpayer’s home to confront her about delinquent tax filings,” the letter reads. “When the taxpayer rightfully objected to the agent’s tactics, the IRS agent insisted that he ‘can . . . go into anyone’s house at any time’ as an IRS agent. These allegations raise serious concerns about the IRS’s commitment to fundamental civil liberties.”
- The woman then called her attorney, who instructed her to tell the agent to leave. But he refused, claiming that he could be at any house at “any time,” according to Jordan’s letter. Before leaving, the agent allegedly “threatened that she had one week to satisfy the remaining balance or he would freeze all her assets and put a lien on her house.”
- Jordan ordered the IRS to send all documents and communications on the incident to the committee, including all communication between the agency and the Treasury Department or “any other Executive Branch entity” with a deadline of June 30 at 5 p.m., according to the letter.
- Time and time again, we see the mainstream media taking advantage of Bitcoin’s perceived exploit: energy consumption. For the Bitcoin network, this path has become all too familiar.
- Bitcoin’s energy consumption plays a role, too. So big of a role, that it significantly impacts not just the price of bitcoin, but its regulatory framework as well. For better or for worse, this really can’t be argued.
- But what if Bitcoin’s energy consumption was actually a good thing? What if Bitcoin functioned as a “store of energy” that provides a superior alternative to any monetary system we’ve ever seen?
- Fortunately, the concept of an energy-backed currency is not as radical or novel as people may think — it has been around for more than a century. But the necessary conditions (i.e., the technology) did not yet exist to facilitate such a game-changing development for civilization.
- That technology now exists, however, and it’s called Bitcoin. Let me explain.
- MONEY AND ‘LIFE ENERGY’
- The evolution of human civilization largely centers upon the resolution of one key question: How do we appraise the true value of goods and services?
- How do we ensure that both parties are duly rewarded for the energy they’ve invested — their “life energy” — in producing the product or service they’re selling?
- This concept of “life energy” refers to the time, effort and creative energy that individuals pour into their work. Every human has a finite time span that they convert into tangible, productive output — a measurable form of energy.
- But in this system of bartering, life energy isn’t appropriately accounted for. Rather, external factors heavily influence the value of a product or service — frequently to the detriment of the life energy devoted to its production.
- The Roman Empire built itself on economic efficiency by minimizing money friction. Its blood was the denarius currency, molded out of the limited supply of precious metals. The limited nature of the denarius allowed for it to serve as a store of value.
- Concurrently, the denarius’ portability as a store of value allowed it to spread across every corner of the empire, easily transported and traded by various merchants. Consequently, the economic circulatory system overflowed with energy. As the friction within the exchange of goods and services was minimized, new specialized labor markets could form, which increased productivity and innovation.
- In monetary terms, all was good. The Roman civilization achieved a commodity currency which facilitated economic expansion. Such a standardized currency, portable and limited as it was, stored and efficiently captured Roman energy into productivity and economic growth.
- Until it didn’t, by decree.
- As each Roman emperor desired to expend more energy than the currency allowed, they started to erode the denarri’s store of value.
- The denarius remained portable and fungible, yet it began to falter in its ability to accurately represent people’s life energy outputs. The silver content of each denarius became smaller and smaller, eroding the currency’s ability to maintain value and, ultimately, purchasing power.
- Today, we understand this as inflation. With each currency debasement cycle, people lost confidence that their life’s energy output was properly measured, quite similar to what’s happening today:
- The United States is in a peculiar historic position in which it can export domestic inflation thanks to the status of the dollar as the global reserve currency (GRC). Therefore, wages can keep growing at an inflationary pace. But, as debt ceilings have become debt ladders, no one knows for sure for how long this will be sustainable.
- And it is definitely not sustainable in many other countries with double- and even triple-digit inflation rates.
- MONEY: WHAT NEEDS TO BE FIXED?
- So, what patterns can we observe from our monetary history?
- First, to properly measure life’s energy outputs, the gauge needs to be fungible and standardized, facilitating a feasible calculation of the value of nonfungible goods and services. Second, the gauge needs to simultaneously store value and be portable.
- These baseline elements provide people with a tool to accurately transform their limited time and energy — life energy — into a productive, well-compensated energy output.
- When we look at all modern fiat currencies, their stores of value rest on shaky grounds. The problem is, central banks have replaced emperors — but their decrees are no less disruptive.
- At a fundamental level, the exchange of funds between employers and employees is the exchange of energy. But neither employers nor employees control this compensatory energy’s current(cy). That energy’s current is provided through currency — and it’s entirely controlled by central banks.
- Thus, it is central banks that uniquely possess the authority to modify that energy current over time, echoing the practice of ancient Roman emperors.
- The biggest influence on a currency’s store of value is its supply and issuance schedule. Central banks and Roman emperors alike have had a tendency to radically change available supply, negatively impacting this attribute.
- In turn, this negatively impacts people’s ability to capitalize on their expended energy.
- ENERGY CURRENCY AS NEW MILESTONE TECHNOLOGY
- From bartering and commodities, to metal coins and fiat paper currency, history’s monetary experiments have delivered actionable conclusions.
- Alongside portability, maintaining the integrity of the currency’s store of value is of the utmost importance. For this to be achievable, it must not rely on arbitrary decrees.
- And this is precisely the revolution Satoshi Nakamoto brought with his Bitcoin white paper. The trust must be removed from the centralized entities which have complete control over monetary systems — and the ability for individuals to capitalize on their expended energy through labor: “an electronic payment system based on cryptographic proof instead of trust,” as Nakamoto put it.
- The question then shifts to: How do we secure that new component of trust?
- Past intellectuals have argued for backing money with units of energy. Namely, in John Maynard Keynes’ lectures of 1912 to 1913, which provided the intellectual framework for a means of measuring money “in terms of units of electrical energy.”
- Ever ahead of the times, American industrialist titan Henry Ford actually proposed an energy currency soon after, in 1921. Ford’s “units of power,” generated from the world’s largest power plant, were to solve the problem of “the international banking group to which we have grown so accustomed that we think there is no other desirable standard.”
- BITCOIN: AN ENERGY-SECURED SYSTEM OF ENERGY TRANSFERENCE
- In the case of Bitcoin, that new component of trust is secured through energy.
- Bitcoin is not only portable but digitally portable, complementing our digital era. It’s not merely scarce, but its scarcity is defined in an energy-agnostic way. This links back to Ford’s dream of an energy-backed currency, but with a fundamental difference. Ford’s envisioned energy currency, tied to the world’s largest power plant, would have been susceptible to vulnerabilities associated with centralization. In contrast, Bitcoin leverages energy from any source available.
- The decentralized nature of computing power creates a resilient and robust system. It is through this energy itself that the Bitcoin network secures this new component of trust — cryptographic proof.
- In this light, it is no coincidence that Michael Saylor paints the vision of Bitcoin as the solution to the problem of how to store energy over time and across space.
- According to a recent poll, for example, 76% of investors want BTC to be more “environmentally friendly” — which misses the mark when it comes to the relationship between Bitcoin’s energy use (or, in other words, its means of securing the network) and our ability to effectively capitalize on the life energy we devote.
- With its distinctive ability to store and transfer energy, the Bitcoin network fixes this dilemma.
- Not only is the network secured by energy, but it has the potential to effectively enable individuals to properly capitalize on the use of their life energy. This means Bitcoin has already ventured into the unprecedented territory of an energy currency — not just for the benefit of the individual, but of society at large.
- Rep. Mike Garcia previews what he will ask John Durham when the House Intel Committee meets with him today.
- “Why didn’t we subpoena Comey, McCabe and others who were clearly the shot callers behind this operation?”
- Should be interesting to hear how this meeting goes…
- President Trump called it.
- Hunter Biden has agreed to plead guilty to multiple criminal charges according to CNN. The investigation into Hunter Biden has supposedly lasted five years.
- After five years of investigation the Biden DOJ found Hunter Biden guilty of TWO MISDEMEANORS and ONE GUN CHARGE!
- . The serial criminal is slapped with misdemeanors after we know he was using classified documents leaked to him by his father to set up lucrative deals with foreign officials.
- Here is the letter from US Attorney David Weiss on Hunter’s criminal charges.
Via Maria Medvin.
Trump was right about this. Hunter gets the Democrat privilege pass.
- Attorney General Merrick Garland is apparently unavailable to comment on the agreement the Department of Justice reached with Hunter Biden on Tuesday because Garland is out of the country on a “surprise” visit to the Hague.
- Garland made an unannounced stop at the International Criminal Court (ICC) on Monday to meet with its top prosecutor, Karim Khan, but the ICC provided no details about the meeting. The United States is not a party to the ICC, but the meeting represents another step in a gradual warming of relations between the two.
- Donald Trump responded to this latest government outrage.
Once disconnected from their owners, “puppets” are casting about trying to save themselves, some are also lashing out.
Flashback, Trump was right again
- It’s all about ELECTION INTERFERENCE. They don’t want to run against me. I ran twice, I did much better the second time, getting millions and millions more votes than the first, a record for a sitting President, and am leading Biden in the polls, by a lot. They are the Party of Disinformation! They are using the DOJ & FBI against me to Rigg the 2024 Election. They’ll hit Hunter with something small to make their strike on me look “fair.” Nothing about these Fascists is fair or honest. FIGHT!
Why would H. Biden have such material on his laptop?
How was the content *originally* received?
Why would H. Biden risk turning over such material to a computer repair shop? [contents unrestricted?]
On purpose [years of being treated poorly by ‘Pop’] or simple negligence?
If such information existed on laptop why wouldn’t contents be claimed?
Several attempts made to contact to claim?
Why wouldn’t H. Biden want to reclaim *knowing* the contents on the drive could bury *Pops* & family.
A troubled life?
A troubled family?
Looks can be deceiving.
- Wow! The corrupt Biden DOJ just cleared up hundreds of years of criminal liability by giving Hunter Biden a mere “traffic ticket.” Our system is BROKEN!
- A majority of voters believe President Joe Biden took a $5 million bribe from a Ukrainian oligarch, a recent Harvard/HarrisX poll found.
- The poll asked respondents, “Do you think Joe Biden took a $5 million bribe when he was Vice President, or is that a false charge?”
- Overall, 57 percent said Biden took a bribe, while 43 percent said he did not.
- Eighty-three percent of voters believe the FBI should make public its informant file that alleges President Joe Biden accepted a $5 million bribe from Ukrainian oligarch Mykola Zlochevsky, the founder of Burisma Holdings, a recent Harvard/HarrisX poll found.
- The poll asked respondents, “Do you think that the FBI report from an informant alleging that Joe Biden took a $5 million bribe while he was Vice President should be made public or kept secret by the FBI?”
- Overall, 83 percent said the FBI should make the file public, while only 17 percent say it should be kept secret.
- Anewly declassified report confirms U.S. intelligence and law enforcement agencies have been buying up personal data on American citizens, raising bipartisan alarm about privacy and civil liberties.
- The report compiled by a panel advising the Director of National Intelligence was completed back in January 2022 but was classified before being requested to be made public this month by Democrat Oregon Sen. Ron Wyden.
- The report details how U.S. agencies have been buying massive datasets on Americans. The Internal Revenue Service purchased access to a database that stored the location data of millions of Americans’ phones to try to catch tax cheats, according to The Wall Street Journal.
- Similar phone location data was obtained and used by Homeland Security for immigration purposes.
- Wyden put out a statement after the information was declassified, stating that the government has failed to protect the privacy rights of Americans.
- The report confirmed that “the detailed movements and associations of individuals and groups, revealing political, religious, travel, and speech activities,” could be used to “identify every person who attended a protest or rally based on their smartphone location or ad-tracking records.”
- “In the wrong hands, sensitive insights gained through [commercially available information] could facilitate blackmail, stalking, harassment, and public shaming,” the report states.
I met with Tom Vanhoose this morning after 20 armed IRS agents raided his store in Great Falls earlier this week.
Tom informed me that these agents confiscated all the 4473 forms, none of which contain any financial information; instead, the IRS now has access to these forms… pic.twitter.com/HPFEgZedKI
— Matt Rosendale (@RepRosendale) June 16, 2023
- The RCMP have confirmed they are investigating Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for obstruction of justice for the allegation he pressured the former Attorney General, Jody Wilson-Raybould, to stop prosecuting SNC Lavalin.
- The SNC-Lavalin affair was a political scandal that emerged in early 2019 after it was revealed that Trudeau put pressure on then-Attorney General Wilson-Raybould to stop prosecuting SNC-Lavalin, an engineering company found to have bribed both Canadian and Libyan officials.
- It’s the first time the RCMP has confirmed they are officially investigating the allegations against the PM.
- After the Biden regime announced yesterday they would let Communist China invade Taiwan, we learn today that they are willing to let our greatest enemy to build a military base right at our doorstep.
- The Wall Street Journal reported that Cuba and China are negotiating to establish a joint trining facility on island. this will lead to Chinese forces being established just off the Florida coast. Cuba is positioned just 90 miles south of Florida.
- The talks are at an advanced stage at the moment but have not yet concluded according to the Journal report. The Biden regime’s only move so far has been to try to convince the Cubans to consider how making a deal with China could impact their national sovereignty.
- Of course, Cuba will laugh this off so America’s only hope is if the Chinese decide to have a change of heart.
- The Journal reported earlier this month that Cuba and China reached an agreement in principle on a new eavesdropping site in Cuba but the Biden regime called the report false.
- According to the Journal, here are some of the grave consequences for allowing China to set up shop just south of the continental United States:
- Current and former U.S. officials said a new military facility could provide China with a platform to potentially house troops permanently on the island and broaden its intelligence gathering, including electronic eavesdropping, against the U.S.Most worrying for the U.S.: The planned facility is part of China’s “Project 141,” an initiative by the People’s Liberation Army to expand its global military base and logistical support network, one current and one former U.S. official said.
- Left unmentioned is that China would have a launch point to potentially invade the United States should a war break out between the two nations. Several reports have in the past have suggested that this is quite possible.
- PARIS (AP) – French President Emmanuel Macron called on European nations Monday to seek more independence on airspace defense and advocated against relying too much on the U.S., a long-divisive issue that takes on new urgency because of Russia´s war in Ukraine.
- Macron made his case for Europeans building their own airspace protection strategy in the closing speech of a conference in Paris gathering defense ministers and other representatives of 20 European countries.
- The talks included anti-drone combat and ballistic missile defense, French organizers said, noting that Moscow’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine has shown the importance and effectiveness of such equipment. Nuclear weapons deterrence was also on the agenda.
- After years of official denial, compelling new evidence has emerged supporting the theory that the SARS-CoV-2 virus accidentally escaped from the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV).
- In an extensive investigation conducted by Public and Racket, multiple U.S. government officials revealed that among the first individuals infected by the virus were researchers from the WIV, including Ben Hu, who led the institute’s “gain-of-function” research on SARS-like coronaviruses, known for enhancing virus infectivity.
- U.S. government sources have confirmed that Ben Hu, along with Yu Ping and Yan Zhu, were among the earliest victims of SARS-CoV-2, and all three were associated with the Wuhan lab suspected of the virus leak.
- “Ben Hu is essentially the next Shi Zhengli,” said Alina Chan, a molecular biologist at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, and coauthor with Matt Ridley of Viral: The Search for the Origin of Covid19. Shi is known as “the bat woman of China,” and led the gain-of-function research at the WIV. “He was her star pupil. He had been making chimeric SARS-like viruses and testing these in humanized mice. If I had to guess who would be doing this risky virus research and most at risk of getting accidentally infected, it would be him.”
- Potential patient zero and Wuhan Institute of Virology researcher, Ben Hu, is listed as “investigator” on a form of current grant supporters – namely, NIAID (headed by Fauci at the time) and USAID
- … imagine the Chinese gain-of-function investigator, that you funded, becomes patient zero of the virus he was modifying, leading to a global outbreak and ensuing pandemic that shuts down the globe for years. Now tell me Fauci doesn’t have motive to cover-up his direct involvement in this pandemic
- The DNC has changed their primary schedule to make South Carolina the first state that gets to vote, a move that annoyed many of their own voters in New Hampshire and Iowa.
- The reasons for this move are fairly obvious. South Carolina is the state that dragged Biden across the finish line in 2020 and the DNC wanted to avoid a situation that could embarrass Biden and the party in 2024.
- Democrats in New Hampshire and Iowa could ignore the DNC however, and that would open up the possibility that RFK or another Democrat could best Biden in the first two Democrat primary contests.
DNC in Disarray: Biden Looks Likely to Lose First Two Contests of 2024
As it turns out, that rocky road included bumps that turned out to be insurmountable for the national Democrat leaders who sought to remove first in the nation status from Iowa (caucuses) and New Hampshire (primary) and give it to South Carolina, followed by New Hampshire and Nevada a few days later and rounded out with Michigan and Georgia primaries earlier in the cycle.
In a reality that is looking “increasingly likely” according to an Axios report last Thursday, Iowa and New Hampshire will still be the first states to hold their contests before South Carolina’s primary, states where “Biden’s team is indicating he won’t be on the ballots” if they end up bucking the DNC’s officially sanctioned calendar.
Democrats in Iowa and New Hampshire could defy Biden and move ahead with their contests — even as the party warns it will strip them of their national convention delegates if they jump the gun.
That sets up a scenario in which Robert F. Kennedy Jr. or another long-shot Democrat could win those states — and embarrass the president…
- Magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart is the judge who authorized the fraudulent search warrant used by the DOJ and FBI in the Mar-a-Lago raid against President Trump in August of last year. Today, Judge Reinhart accepted the position of Special Counsel Jack Smith and puts restrictions on President Trump’s ability to defend himself.
- Judge Reinhart has approved the motion filed by Special Counsel Jack Smith to restrict President Trump’s access to the materials the DOJ claims to use against him and block the ability of President Trump to state publicly his defense against the evidence. The star chamber of the DOJ Lawfare operation is continuing unabated.
- The DOJ wants to limit public knowledge of the material evidence, not because it would harm national security – but rather because the nature of the evidence itself would highlight to the nation how fraudulent the targeting is. This is the guaranteed DOJ motive, that’s why everything is under seal and even the media will not talk about how they are gaining their leak knowledge. This is LAWFARE narrative engineering at its apex deployment. (more)
- The codes needed to launch a US nuclear strike are supposed to be kept close to the president at all times.
- A department within the Defense Department is tasked with overseeing all aspects of the nuclear-launch process, including the codes.
- During Bill Clinton’s presidency, officials from that department discovered the codes had gone missing.
- The process the president has to go through to launch the US’s nuclear weapons isn’t as simple as pressing a button, but the key component of that process — the codes needed to authorize the launch — are never far from the president.
- At least they’re never supposed to be.
- That element, the president’s authorization codes, is supposed to remain in close proximity to the president at all times, carried by one of five military aides, representing each branch of the military. The codes are on a card called the “biscuit” carried within the “football,” a briefcase that is officially known as the “president’s emergency satchel.”
- The prosecutor has been identified as Karen Gilbert, who has been identified as a U.S. Attorney’s Office’s lawyer in the 2009 case.
- AJustice Department prosecutor who helped secure last week’s indictment of former President Donald Trump was publicly reprimanded by a judge in 2009 for “gross negligence” in connection with secretly taping a defense lawyer and an investigator,
- The prosecutor, Karen Gilbert, is now serving as a deputy to Special Counsel Jack Smith, who on Thursday issued the 37-count indictment of Trump.
- In the 2009 case, Gilbert was head of the U.S. Attorney’s Office’s narcotics division in Miami and was attempting to prosecute Dr. Ali Shaygan for allegedly prescribing medications illegally, court records show.
- Gilbert and colleague in the case Sean Cronin launched a witness tampering investigation and got two witnesses to record conversations between Shaygan’s defense lawyer and the investigator, the records show.
- However, according to a stinging ruling by U.S. District Judge Alan Gold, the pair failed to get authorization to tape the conversations and did not inform the defense team that the witnesses were “cooperating with the government,” thereby violating discovery obligations.
- In addition, Gilbert didn’t inform her bosses that the duo had launched the investigation in violation of policy. When asked later about the matter in the sanctions hearing, she testified under oath that “she thought she had.”
- Trump responded to claims in the federal indictment of him that he showed a secret document to other people by stating that there wasn’t any document “These were newspaper stories, magazine stories, and articles.” And that while he couldn’t declassify things while he was out of office, “There was nothing to declassify.”
- Trump stated, [relevant remarks begin around 6:10] “It wasn’t a document. I had lots of paper. I had copies of newspaper articles. I had copies of magazines.”
- The National Archives does not have any independent ability to enforce its request that former presidents and vice presidents scour their files for classified documents.
The New York Times
- The National Archives and Records Administration this week delivered a gentle request to representatives of former presidents and vice presidents: Could you please check again to see if you have any classified documents laying around?
- Asking nicely is about all they can do.
- Legal experts said that officials at the archives do not have any independent ability to enforce that request, or to require that the country’s former leaders conduct searches of the materials they still have in their possession.
- Enforcement of the laws governing presidential records and classified documents is up to the Justice Department, which has opened two criminal investigations into the actions of President Biden and former President Donald J. Trump, who have each discovered classified records at their homes.
Judge Cannon’s order addresses the issues that may require a continuance of the trial date:
the complexity of the case, the security clearance process, etc.
Not to mention that this date is tough on defense attorneys. We’ll see. pic.twitter.com/vOxKWcCKsV
— Techno Fog (@Techno_Fog) June 20, 2023
- That court date may not hold, however, since Trump’s legal team is expected to push for motions. The start date may be delayed due to the motions filed by Trump’s legal team and the complexities associated with the Classified Information Procedures Act and the case law surrounding the Presidential Records Act.
- Special counsel Jack Smith has suggested that Trump’s trial could be completed within 21 days. However, Trump, known for employing successful delay tactics in numerous previous civil suits, has several options at his disposal to introduce time-consuming challenges in this case.
The Speedy Trial Act requires setting a trial within 70 days of initial appearance. This satisfies that requirement. Now, with certain factual findings on the record, she can “exclude time” in future hearings – meaning the days don’t count against the 70 – and push the trial…
— Shipwreckedcrew (@shipwreckedcrew) June 20, 2023
date back. Theses are the “Ends of Justice” rulings the parties normally agree to because they want the trial date moved back. DC doesn’t do it this way but many districts do.
considering the immensity of what’s going on, giving a defendant only eight weeks to prepare for a two-week trial is ridiculous.
- Biden sitting outside with Lisa Monaco, second in charge of the DOJ, probably working on future Plots and Schemes against Republicans.
- Lisa O. Monaco is the 39th Deputy Attorney General of the United States. As the Deputy Attorney General, she is the Department’s second-ranking official and is responsible for the overall supervision of the Department. The Deputy Attorney General serves as the Chief Operating Officer, and the Department’s litigating and policy components, law enforcement agencies, and 93 U.S. Attorneys report to the Deputy. The Deputy Attorney General advises and assists the Attorney General in formulating and implementing the Department’s policies and programs.
- No crime, no case. Election Interference!
- Trump just came out with it and told Bret that every single modern President before him was literally owned by China and our country was infiltrated from within.
- This is why they fear him.
He tells the truth.
They were purposely moving manufacturing out of America and now everyone knows why.