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  1. Maybe this will make them rethink their position. Here's proof they are putting their children at risk from serious communicable diseases the immigrants are bringing in. Created and posted by youtuber, Black Conservative Patriot.
  2. I got an email from Shannon (my biofield tuning pratitioner) yesterday telling me that she did a biofield tuning treatment for the Iraqi dinar. I freely admit I believe everything boils down to energy and that by balancing energy, you can accomplish pretty much anything. I also think it's clear that we live in a world of duality - light/dark, male/female, positive/negative, lack/abundance, etc. and that each side has its strengths and weaknesses and that things work best when the two work together in balance. Although I've always been metaphysically oriented, I had just never considered the history of Iraq and how the country might be out of balance. But now that Shannon told me what she found, it makes perfect sense to me. So now I hope that her work (and she said she plans to do a second session on this) will not only open up the flow of energy so that the RV can finally occur, but that it will also help the country of Iraq as it strives to be the first real working democracy in the Middle East and create a good environment for its people. Having said all that, this is what Shannon said when she worked on Iraq and its currency yesterday. (Also I found it interesting to look at a map and see Iraq's neighbors so I pasted a map below.) I did the tuning today for the Iraqi Dinar. When tuning something rather than someone, we tune it as a project, in a directional way. I placed the Iraqi financial economy in the center and began in the East. I'll probably do one more tune because its fun and I'm curious to see if it helps. It felt like there needed so much ancient clearing to even get to the dinar. In the East, violation of the sacred feminine came up, lots of bloodshed, war. I worked with healing the frequencies of this great loss and violation. South - greed, coveting energy, not feeling satisfied with what one has, jealousy issues. I worked with filing up the energy in a positive way to feel complete and having enough, creating unity and connection with all relations. West - unworthiness, being broken by war, more of the lack feeling but in a very sad way. Transformed this into seeing money as energy and that there is infinite abundance of it. North - boundary issues came up. worked with vibration to strengthen their boundaries and feel confident in them. Sharing the wealth of their countries success in a healthy way with the rest of the world.
  3. Well, shockingly (though I guess I shouldn't be surprised), the MSM seems to have gotten away with sweeping this $1 million misapproriation under the rug. But it turns out it's even worse than we could have imagined. The Justice Democrats goal is to take over Congress, and they are very open about it. With the success they just had in the last elections, unless they are stopped, they may be on track to accomplish that in just a few years. This video has even more details about how AOC is just an actor/figurehead, chosen becuase of her charisma, which explains why she repeatedly gets herself in trouble when she goes off script and doesn't have her bosses telling her what to say. So disgusting that this is going on in the United States of America..... 😪
  4. This youtuber is crazy good!
  5. Actually, it's very easy to understand. The Dems wouldn't win if it were not for all the illegals who vote for them! Judicial just won a lawsuit against Los Angeles County (with some 10 million residents) which now has to remove some 1.5 million of inactive voters (people who are dead or have moved away) from its voter registration -l that's about 15% of the population! As I recall, Judicial Watch estimated that some 5 mlillion people in California are illegally voting. Didn't Hillarious win the popular vote by only 3-4 million? And just yesterday the Dem-controlled House just voted to allow illegals the right to vote. Not true in California (tho maybe technically it is legally true - it is NOT true in actuality)! California allows illegals to get Driver's Licenses and in Calif, when you get a Driver's License, you are automatically registered to vote at the same time. Q recently posted this. It visually explains why illegals are so important to the Democratic Party. If they don't allow illegals who vote for them, they probably would lose control.
  6. Update: I had a session with Shannon yesterday and again asked her if she'd use her pendulum to give me a yes/no answer to a question I was silently asking in my head. She got a "yes", and my question was, "Will the Iraqi dinar RV at more than $.30. I have always been conservative in how much I think the dinar will RV at. I think it's unlikely it will come in at over $1, and if it does, I personally doubt it will be much over $1. My belief is that it probably will come in between $.10 and $.86. I decided to ask only about $.30 because I felt that it was still pretty conservative, but at the same time optimistic because it's 3 times more than I'd been planning on. Again, using a pendulum is never 100% accurate, and honestly, I don't know Shannon's accuracy rate with it. But as good of a healer as she is, I'm thinking her accuracy is probably higher than most other people's. And, she also had no idea what my question was so it was a totally unbiased answer. She also told me she would "tune" the RV event (she works with tuning forks in her sound therapy), and hopefully that will help too (she does have mad skills with her tuning forks!). Come on Iraq!!!! Let's bring this baby home!
  7. As a native California girl who finally gave up and left, it's particularly hard for me to see what's become of my home state. California was historically a conservative, Republican state, but now it's ground zero for wacko, socialist liberals. I know other Californians and they are mostly conservative. So I have to wonder.... with all the voter and voting fraud being exposed, if the true citizens of California never really flipped to the other side. I'm thinking now it's really just the millions of illegals that voted for the Dems so they could get their freebies, who drove that beautiful state into the ground. So sad..... This is a great video comprised of two separate, short videos spliced together. The best part is the short clip of an elephant charge in the middle that separates the two videos....What an idiot!! It sort of captures what's happening with liberals in America, doesn't it?
  8. GREAT NEWS!!!! AOC in big trouble, possibly even looking at jail time, for funnelling almost $1 million out of her campaign contributions. check it out here!
  9. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez could be facing JAIL TIME!! Also check out the post on how OAC was chosen from a Casting Call, as was Ilhan Omar, whose fellow House Democrats are calling for a vote to condemn her anti-Semitic comments. Good Gosh!! We cannot drain the swamp and throw out these socialists fast enough!!! T minus 14 days and counting! Ocasio-Cortez, chief of staff illegally moved $885K in campaign contributions 'off the books,' FEC complaint alleges New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Saikat Chakrabarti, the progressive firebrand's multimillionaire chief of staff, apparently violated campaign finance law by funneling nearly $1 million in contributions from political action committees Chakrabarti established to private companies that he also controlled, according to an explosive complaint filed Monday with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) and obtained by Fox News. Amid the allegations, a former FEC commissioner late Monday suggested in an interview with The Daily Caller News Foundation that Ocasio-Cortez and her team could separately be facing major fines and potentially even jail time if they were knowingly and willfully violating the law by hiding their control of the Justice Democrats political action committee (PAC). Such an arrangement could have allowed Ocasio-Cortez's campaign to receive donations in excess of the normal limit, by pooling contributions to both the PAC and the campaign itself. The FEC complaint asserts that Chakrabarti established two PACs, the Brand New Congress PAC and Justice Democrats PAC, and then systematically transfered more than $885,000 in contributions received by those PACs to the Brand New Campaign LLC and the Brand New Congress LLC -- companies that, unlike PACs, are exempt from reporting all of their significant expenditures. The PACs claimed the payments were for "strategic consulting." Although large financial transfers from PACs to LLCs are not necessarily improper, the complaint argues that the goal of the "extensive" scheme was seemingly to illegally dodge detailed legal reporting requirements of the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971, which are designed to track campaign expenditures. "It appears 'strategic consulting' was a mischaracterization of a wide range of activities that should have been reported individually," the complaint states. The complaint was drafted by the conservative, Virginia-based National Legal and Policy Center (NLPC). Ocasio-Cortez and Chakrabarti, according to the NLPC's complaint, appeared to have "orchestrated an extensive off-the-books operation to make hundreds of thousands of dollars of expenditures in support of multiple candidates for federal office." The funds, the NLPC writes, were likely spent on campaign events for Ocasio-Cortez and other far-left Democratic candidates favored by Chakrabarti, who made his fortune in Silicon Valley and previously worked on Bernie Sanders' 2016 presidential campaign. But no precise accounting for the expenses is available, and the complaint asks the FEC to conduct an investigation into the matter immediately. "These are not minor or technical violations," Tom Anderson, director of NLPC’s Government Integrity Project, said in a statement. "We are talking about real money here. In all my years of studying FEC reports, I’ve never seen a more ambitious operation to circumvent reporting requirements. Representative Ocasio-Cortez has been quite vocal in condemning so-called dark money, but her own campaign went to great lengths to avoid the sunlight of disclosure.” Added Anderson: “They believe their cause is so great that they don’t have to play by the rules. They believe that they are above campaign finance law." Brand New Congress LLC does not appear to be registered as an LLC in any state, according to the complaint, but is a registered 527 tax-exempt organization. Fox News confirmed that Brand New Campaign LLC is a registered Delaware corporation, but Brand New Congress LLC is not. Ocasio-Cortez's office did not return a request for comment. In announcing the complaint the NLPC pointed to a 2016 interview on MSNBC, in which the 33-year-old Chakrabarti told anchor Rachel Maddow that he wanted to employ a "single, unified presidential-style campaign" model to "galvanize" voters nationally to elect progressives to Congress, while helping candidates avoid the stress of fundraising and managing their own campaigns. Other legal experts also sounded the alarm on Monday, saying Chakrabarti's unusual arrangement raised serious unanswered questions. Former FEC Associate General Counsel for Policy Adav Noti, who currently directs the Campaign Legal Center, told Fox News that it was a "total mystery" to him why Chakrabarti had established an LLC seemingly to take money from the PAC, rather than simply create a "normal venture," like a consulting business, to provide services for candidates on the books. "Certainly, it's not permissible to use an LLC or any other kind of intermediary to conceal the recipient or purpose of a PAC's spending," Noti said. "The law requires the PAC to report who it disburses money to. You can't try to evade that by routing it through an LLC or corporation or anyone else." Noti added: "What's so weird about this situation is that the PAC that disbursed so much of its money to one entity that was so clearly affiliated with the PAC. Usually, that's a sign that it's what's come to be known as a 'scam PAC' -- one that's operated for the financial benefit of its operators, rather than one designed to engage in political activity." At the same time, Noti said, Chakrabarti had provided "long descriptions of why they structured it the way they did -- which is not something a scam PAC would do," because it only draws attention to the unusual setup. And Noti cautioned that there is a tendency for some groups to try to gain attention by invoking Ocasio-Cortez. "But on the other hand," Noti added, Ocasio-Cortez's "explanations don't make a lot of sense on their face. I read their explanation multiple times, and I still don't understand. If you want to start a business to provide services to campaigns -- many of those are organized as LLC's, and you sell your services." "I read their explanation multiple times, and I still don't understand."— Former FEC Associate General Counsel Adav Noti Instead, Chaktrabarti "started a PAC, which has legal obligations to report all of is incoming and outgoing money, and then used the PAC to disperse its funds to the LLC," Noti said. Added former FEC chairman Bradley A. Smith, in an interview with The Washington Examiner: "It's a really weird situation. I see almost no way that you can do that without it being at least a reporting violation, quite likely a violation of the contribution limits. You might say from a campaign finance angle that the LLC was essentially operating as an unregistered committee." Last week, Anderson also raised concerns over Ocasio-Cortez's decision to announce, with much fanfare, that she would offer a minimum salary of $52,000 to her staffers, and a maximum salary of $80,000 -- far below the typical six-figure highs hit by chiefs of staff and other high-level congressional workers. 39.7K people are talking about this Government watchdogs pointed out that federal law requires congressional workers making more than $126,000 a year -- which would ordinarily include Chakrabarti -- to file detailed forms outlining all of their outside income, including investments and gifts. “Purposefully underpaying staffers in order to avoid transparency is an old trick some of the most corrupt members of Congress have used time and again,” Anderson said. Speaking to the New York Post, Ocasio-Cortez spokesman Corbin Trent dismissed the FEC complaint, saying the campaign had consulted an elections lawyer and that all money was properly accounted for. “It was payment for services. ... We believe that complaint is politically motivated, basically intended to create a political story,” Trent told the Post. Noti told Fox News that Trent's explanation could be plausible -- and if so, it might help Ocasio-Cortez's team avoid civil fraud lawsuits. "One possibility -- a strong possibility, based on the description they put out, is they just got really bad legal advice that somehow said they had to to do this," Noti said. "But regardless, when they decided to use the PAC form, which they did, they subjected themselves to all the legal requirements that come with that." Election laws are complicated, Noti added, and there have been some erroneous recent reports related to Ocasio-Cortez's campaign. For example, FEC filings reviewed by Fox News show that Ocasio-Cortez’s congressional campaign paid the Justice Democrats PAC more than $35,000 from 2017 to 2018 for "web services," “strategic consulting,” and "campaign services." While some outlets have incorrectly reported that federal rules generally prohibit PACs from providing more than $5,000 in services to campaigns, Noti told Fox News that the payments were likely proper so long as they were for the fair market value of the services rendered. In terms of possible penalties, Noti said that Ocasio-Cortez's campaign could be facing FEC fines if it followed bad legal advice and made reporting errors. But civil or even criminal fraud statutes, as opposed to campaign finance laws, would potentially kick in if it were determined that Chakrabarti had intentionally tried to hide the money to use for illicit expenses. Meanwhile, former FEC commissioner Brad Smith told the Daily Caller News Foundation's investigative unit that, because Ocasio-Cortez may have held legal control of the Justice Democrats PAC while the PAC was supporting her campaign, the two committees were likely acting as affiliated committees -- and therefore share an individual contribution limit of $2,700 that might have been improperly and repeatedly exceeded. The Daily Caller News Foundation's review of archived copies of the Justice Democrats PAC's website and relevant campaign documents indicated that Ocasio-Cortez and Chakrabarti "obtained majority control of Justice Democrats PAC in December 2017" -- and yet allegedly failed to disclose afterward to the FEC the fact that the PAC was supporting her candidacy. “If this were determined to be knowing and willful, they could be facing jail time," Smith said. "Even if it’s not knowing and willful, it would be a clear civil violation of the act, which would require disgorgement of the contributions and civil penalties. I think they’ve got some real issues here.” Added former Republican FEC commissioner Hans von Spakovsky: “If the facts as alleged are true, and a candidate had control over a PAC that was working to get that candidate elected, then that candidate is potentially in very big trouble and may have engaged in multiple violations of federal campaign finance law, including receiving excessive contributions." Monday's FEC complaint comes on the heels of a separate complaint by the Washington, D.C.-based Coolidge Reagan Foundation, which alleged last week that the Brand New Congress PAC may have illegally funneled thousands of dollars to Ocasio-Cortez's live-in boyfriend, Riley Roberts. It was first reported late last month that the Brand New Congress PAC paid Roberts during the early days of the Ocasio-Cortez campaign. According to FEC records, the PAC made two payments to Roberts – one in August 2017 and one in September 2017 – both for $3,000. The FEC complaint specifically cites the use of "intermediaries" to make the payments, "the vague and amorphous nature of the services Riley ostensibly provided," the relatively small amount of money raised by the campaign at that stage and "the romantic relationship between Ocasio-Cortez and Riley" in asserting the transactions might violate campaign finance law. The Coolidge Reagan Foundation -- a 501(c)(3) -- is requesting that the FEC look into the payments for potential violations on relevant campaign finance laws that state that campaign contributions “shall not be converted by any person to personal use” and that “an authorized committee must report the name and address of each person who has received any disbursement not disclosed.”
  10. This is NOT just some guy's opinion!!! In this video, AOC openly talks about this with the group that recruited her, discussing how her brother submitted her name but she didn't think she stood a chance, and then how she decided she wanted to do it. What the heck!? And this "Justice Democrats" group was just founded 2 years ago? How did this happen in America? This is just outrageous!! Thankfully, Trump, at 70 years old, decided he would step in and try to change the direction this country was headed before it was too late. At least it's only T minus 16 days now. (And we got a new nickname for AOC, Alexandria Occasional Cortex!!)
  11. No apologies needed. It's just frustrating sometimes to be misconstrued when I'm trying hard to be clear and concise. I'm glad I was able to clarify what I'm saying in my second attempt. And you are very welcome! And yes, isn't that exciting news about the taxes!! xtaxguy deserves the credit on that!
  12. Muscle testing (applied kinesiology) is a technique alternative health care pratitioners often use to direct the course of their treatment. Biofield Tuning is the type of treatment (other treatment examples are acupuncture and chiropractic) I am receiving, and my practitioner sometimes uses a variation of muscle testing, a pendulum, to direct the course of my Biofield Tuning treatment. As I said, I silently thought my question in my head and asked her to use her pendulum to get a yes or no answer. Since she had no idea what kind of question I was asking, it was impossible for her to have consciously influenced her "yes" answer. I wholeheartedly believe in applied kinesiology and this woman has achieved more success with me than I had even imagined, so I trust her abilities and I peronally believe her "yes" answer to my question has a high probability of being correct. Still Muscle testing and pendulums are never 100% no matter who is using them, so absolutely she could be wrong. But to be clear, my experience had nothing to do with psychics and is not similar to a psychic. This woman was and is an exceptionally gifted healer who sometimes used pendulums as a way to direct her very successful treatment of me. Consequently, I believe her pendulum skills are very good and consequently, I pesonally believe her "yes" answer will most likely turn out to be true, though it's not for sure.
  13. The therapy is called biofield tuning ( ) and I heard about it from an interview the founder did a few months ago ( ) Fortunately I found Shannon ( ) from the list of practitioners on the main site. The therapy uses tuning forks and Shannon is a particularly gifted healer who has profoundly helped me in multiple ways. I do my sessions over the phone since I'm outside the U.S. - it's easy, pain free and incredibly powerful. I can't say enough positive things about her and highly recommend her. Now...... GOOOOOOO RV!!
  14. This is only from me, but I believe there is some reason for optimism, so I'm sharing it with you all. I know most of us like some non-pumper optimism after all! I have been seeing an alternative healthcare practitioner for the past 3 months who uses sound therapy. I've had 12 sessions now and she has helped me soooo much and I can tell she is a very gifted healer, very intuitive (and she's right when she intuits something). Sometime she uses a pendulum in her work to guide her in which direction to take her treatment of me. For those unfamiliar with pendulums, it's based on Applied Kinesiology, which says our bodies or subconscious (or perhaps our higher self, spirit if you will) actually knows what is best for us and also is psychic, so it often knows the future. Since she's been so good in working on me, last night I asked her if I could think of a question in my mind, and then could she use her pendulum to get a yes or no answer for me, so she did. So I thought in my head "Will the Iraqi dinar save be before June?" (since I'm under some serious financial stress right now and the dinar is one of the 2 most likely things that could relieve it). She immediatley got a yes. I was soooo happy! I actually had wanted to ask for an earlier time frame, but I was concerned if I asked about March, and then got a No answer, it would deflate me. So I stacked the deck in my favor by asking for a longer time frame. But in just over a week it will be March, and that will only be 3 months max. And of course, it could happened sooner too. Also, she had happened to mention to me about a month ago that she also was dealing with financial stress. So I said perhaps she might be interested in knowing what I was talking about and she could use her pendulum to see if it would be a good thing for her to do also. She said she was interested so I briefly explained it in a couple of minutes and before I was even finished, she jumped in and said she got a Yes for herself as well. She didn't want to talk about it anymore because she wanted to get back to working on me. So I didn't get the opportunity to ask about narrowing down the time frame any further. But honestly, it was a huge relief to get a Yes answer - even if it may be 3 months out. I just want to point out this was a completely unbiased answer. She had no idea what my question was. I find with Applied Kinesiology (muscle testing) and pendulums, sometimes your conscious mind wants a specific answer strongly enough that it interferes with the results so you get the answer you're hoping for. Also, muscle testing is not an exact science and is not 100% correct. But for people who are good at it (and I can see this woman is very good at it) it can be very accurate. And since it was a totally blind situation (she had no idea what my question was and I had never asked her to use her pendulum to answer a question for me before) - her answer was completely honest - which is the best we can hope for in any of these types of situations. So no guarantees that she's right, but for now I am very happy and hopeful! Anyway, that's my rumor. It made my day yesterday and is still making my day today, so I hope you like it too.
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