Discussion in 'Φ QANON & POLITICS' started by tag, Aug 1, 2018.

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    I was able to read the document this morning. The first 9 pages of the document seem to about a process called "COMMON GRAND JURY". I've heard of this process before but don't know much about it it.
    It seems to be different than the courts form of a Grand Jury.

    In the court document info is the phrase: "COMMON GRAND JURY DEMANDED". I wonder now if this is more along the lines of a people's court process, rather than a courts court process.

    I agree the information in the document is quite informative. I spent some time this morning chasing down some of the sources mentioned in the document. I've already known about and read about the 'Johnny Gosch' case years ago. Lots of disturbing information there!

    I didn't know about Kevin Spacey's father either, and when I read this I thought of the recent accusations about him. And wonder if he is now 'singing'. He may know far more than we could have imagined.
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    Page 14 indicates the charges are in the Supreme Court for The Eastern District of Arkansas.
    I checked both National Pacer and the Eastern District of Arkansas sites.
    For some reason, I find nothing for that docket number.
    Or, for George Herbert W. Bush or Carlyle Group with a party search.

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    Interesting. This article was shared by President Trump on his official Donald J Trump Facebook page, this morning.

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    When the debate is lost, slander becomes the tool of the losers. Socrates.jpg
    It's also a classic Saul Alinsky tactic.
    I've been seeing this meme shared on FB, lately.
    It expresses what people feel is happening with the Kavanaugh Senate Hearings.
    Character assassination is a tactic of the weak.
    The fact that the Democrats are resorting and relying so heavily on it shows how weak they feel their positions are.
    Kavanaugh will still be confirmed by the Senate.
    And, Democrats will lose BIGLY in the mid-terms.
    Their actions are helping people wake up, and #WalkAway.​
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    I listened to Judge Brett Kavanaugh's statement earlier today, and while listening to it, I thought to myself, "This statement will go down in history."
    President Trump said yesterday in his press conference:
    Listening to the Senate Hearings today, I find I agree.
    The transcripts of Judge Brett Kavanaugh's statements are being posted by essentially every major news outlet in teh US. Here's a link to NPR's link. It's not the full transcript of his comments today, but the opening statement he submitted.

    I think today, each American will decide if they believe in due process, and the founding principle of our judicial system, of presumed innocence, or not, based on how they respond to these hearings.

    I've been called to jury duty many times in my life. And every time, the residing Judge emphasizes this main principle. The attorneys emphasize it. It's the cornerstone of our judicial system.
    On a different note, I saw this article today, from USA Today.

    Two men say they, not Brett Kavanaugh, had alleged sexual encounter with Christine Ford

    I don't have a TV, so I don't know if this is getting much airplay, or not. I haven't seen this mentioned in the hearings that I've been able to watch thus far.
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    I see you have posted a video on this. Thanks Rose. :)

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    This was significant, "No visual memory" of anything. She never accessed "memory".

    Mandy also brings up the fact of the lack of mucous.
    When Judge Kavanaugh speaks, especially when he is remembering his father, and then concerned for a lifetime friend who has become collateral damage in this political media circus, he was definitely trying to hold back mucous. The difference between real and acted fakery is hugely obvious.

    I also watched Judge Kavanaugh's wife, Ashley as he was going through his opening statement. Very telling, she knew his pain. You could see it in her face.

    For people trying to say Judge Kavanaugh was doing crocodile tears, you're wrong. He was genuinely fighting back very strong emotions. I imagined he was very close to his father, and in that moment really feeling it.

    One of my senators will be voting to confirm Kavanaugh. I let the Senator who sent an email a couple of weeks ago that he would not confirm Kavanaugh know that I want him to reconsider his vote. And that I would be watching to see how he voted and that my vote should he run for re-election will be determined by how he votes in this confirmation.

    I found myself becoming increasingly angry yesterday at the travesty that was being manipulated by the Democratic Party.
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    I've been looking for this development:
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    This image should have been headlining all newspapers and newsites this morning.
    Instead I had to search through several sites to find it.
    Very happy to see this.
    Someone said to me this morning, that Kavanaugh's children are probably scarred for life.

    I believe their faith in God will heal them. Especially since his daughter's first response was to pray for Ford, rather than hold ill will toward what was being directed to her father. This spoke as much about now Justice Kavanaugh's character as anything else, in my opinion.

    This is a bit too polarized in the language/tone for my taste, I am an Independent, but I find some of the points he raises interesting to consider. Also, it's Turley, ... he's gotten a lot of things right. So, I wondered about what he thought.

    Note Added: (Interesting the word (scarred) automatically converted to a biting nails emoticon?) LOL - I can't find a way to type the word without the emotion auto-filling. Too funny. It's "s c a r r e d".
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    Two more interesting perspectives. One from Anthony Scalia's daughter-in-law.
    I’m An Immigrant, Minority Woman Going Republican Over Democrats’ Treatment Of Kavanaugh

    And another from a woman from the #WalkAway Movement.
    Every day I see posts that stereotype people who support Trump.
    And every day I see more and more people waking up and deciding to walk away from the deception and lies. It seems to me that it took great courage for this woman to walk away.
    (I've highlighted a particular point in her story that stood out to me. The torture and beheadings in the orchards, that are not being reported in the news.)
    Lionel Nation tweeted an interesting series of questions.
    Lionel Tweet, one issue that remains unspeakable. 6 Oct 2018.png
    Perhaps the insane actions of the owned and controlled politicians are related to "what no one is allowed to talk about."?
    Speaking of Anthony Scalia, I saw this meme in my FB newsfeed this morning...
    Anthony Scalia death investigation v Kavanaugh nomination.jpg
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    Regarding the issue that Lionel refers to in his tweet.

    Back in June there was a huge media frenzy surrounding the issue of children crying, due to being separated from their parents at the border.

    During this social media storm, lots of well meaning people were sharing photos from 2014, during the Obama administration to support condemnation of Trump.

    At the time I thought this media storm/war was agitated to distract people from the IG report. Later, I learned of another possible reason for the media distraction.

    Wanted to make note of it here. From 5 July, 2018:


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    On a Breaking News Front, Nikki Haley unexpectedly resigns.
    I'm reading her Washington Post Op-Ed at the moment, regarding the NYT "anonymous resistance" Op-Ed. I missed this when she wrote this on 7 Sep 2018.
    This, of course, is assuming the NYT "anon" is a real person. I suspect that it was not.
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