If All You See…

…is a wonderful greenspace that will be decimated by too much carbon pollution, you might just be a Warmist

The blog of the day is Datechguy’s Blog, with a post wondering where the impeachment resolution against Maxine Waters is.

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7 Responses to “If All You See…”

  1. Jeffery says:

    Draining the Swamp, Part I:

    Private prisons doled out chunks of cash to the Trump campaign and their candidate followed up by turning private prisons into deportation holding cells for ICE. After giving $100,000 to a pro-Trump PAC and $250,000 to Trump’s inaugural committee, the private prison company GEO Group scored a $100 million contract from the administration to build the first ever immigrant detention center in Texas.

    • david7134 says:

      What is the point??? If you want to discuss criminals, lets start with the Clintons, Obama and all his administration, and even Sanders and family.

  2. Jeffery says:

    Draining the Swamp, Part II:

    Jay Sekulow, one of trump’s attorneys, started a non-profit, Christian Advocates Serving Evangalism (CASE) that benefits his family nicely.

    For years, the nonprofits have made a notable amount of payments to Sekulow and his family, which were first reported by Law.com. Since 2000, a law firm co-owned by Sekulow, the Constitutional Litigation and Advocacy Group, has been paid more than $25m by the nonprofits for legal services. During the same period, Sekulow’s company Regency Productions, which produces his talk radio show, was paid $11.3m for production services.

    Sekulow also personally received other compensation totalling $3.3m. Pam Sekulow, his wife, has been paid more than $1.2m in compensation for serving as treasurer and secretary of CASE.
    Sekulow’s brother, Gary, the chief operating officer of the nonprofits, has been paid $9.2m in salary and benefits by them since 2000. Gary Sekulow has stated in Internal Revenue Service (IRS) filings that he works 40 hours per week – the equivalent of a full-time job – for each of the nonprofits.

    Meanwhile, a company run by Gary’s wife, Kim Sekulow, has received $6.2m since 2000 in fees for media production services and for the lease of a private jet, which it owned jointly with Jay Sekulow’s company Regency Productions. The jet was made available for the use of Jay and Pam Sekulow, according to corporate filings.

    Jay’s two sons, and Gary’s son and daughter, have also shared at least $1.7m in compensation for work done for the nonprofits since 2000.

    • drowningpuppies says:

      So? Does little jeffuckery have a point with his little cut and paste job?
      Would he like to discuss the criminal Clinton Foundation?

    • david7134 says:

      I am beginning to believe that as a child, Jeff was exposed to a pervert right wing individual and he did nothing to him.

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