August 2018

FBI Cover-up?

Makin' dat money.

President Trump was involved in the decision to overturn years of planning and millions of dollars relocating the FBI headquarters. It would appear he wanted the headquarters to be closer to his new DC hotel, a decision made for personal gain (hoping for big FBI business in the future). "Last year, the Trump Administration inexplicably overturned years of work to move the FBI out of its structurally deficient headquarters and into a new location, wasting thousands of staff hours and millions of taxpayer dollars."

This great country

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Mr Obama ,thank you for not being president anymore,you had the chance of a lifetime and you failed miserably to unite this country.But,I do thank you for showing the American people just how bad socialism is,You talked a good game ,but when it came down to making the free throws with no time left on the clock ,You threw up an sad

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