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    Got a link for that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Man View Post
    Got a link for that?
    Who are you kidding? No link for something like that, just pure bs that's all. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoppalong View Post
    Who are you kidding? No link for something like that, just pure bs that's all. lol
    Yep clearly you have your head in the sand, it even made the NBC and ABC National news back when George Bush JR did it, local media in my state had front page stories about the order..Both ABC and NBC at the time talked about how the NYC Public Library had complied with the order!!!

    The two largest Libraries in my state had complied with Bush order, while our local library branches refused to to do it!!!

    It was then implemented officially after DHS was created!!

    Have not seen an official withdraw of this order.

    It is easy to purge stories from the internet when they want to!!!

    Unlike you my brain retains a lot of information!!!

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    Trump judge's own special master rebukes her for limiting his ability to do his job

    Matthew ChapmanSeptember 27, 2022

    https://www.rawstory.com/trump-ailee...pecial-master/

    When former President Donald Trump went to court against the Justice Department to stall the federal investigation into classified documents at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida, a district judge he appointed, Aileen Cannon, granted Trump everything he asked for, appointing a special master to review the documents for executive privilege even though no legal precedent grants a former president privilege over national security documents, and effectively blocking the DOJ from conducting a national security review until the special master's work is complete.

    Now, the special master himself, Senior Judge Raymond Dearie of Brooklyn, is rebuking Cannon for a decision that hamstrings a key function of the job she assigned him to do, in a filing published by Just Security. Specifically, he is taking issue with her rescinding his authority to issue interim reports as he conducts his review — and saying her reasoning for this made no sense.

    "In the original Appointing Order, the Court directed that 'the Special Master shall submit interim reports and recommendations as appropriate. Upon receipt and resolution of any interim reports and recommendations, the Court will consider prompt adjustments to the Court’s orders as necessary,'" said the filing. "However, the Court later struck that language as part of its order implementing an unrelated ruling by the Eleventh Circuit. As the language quoted above as to interim reports and adjustments to prior orders is consistent with the Eleventh Circuit’s ruling and the efficient administration of the Appointing Order as amended, the undersigned respectfully recommends that the Court issue an order reinstating that language."

    This comes after a three-judge panel of the Eleventh Circuit, two of whom were also Trump appointees, reversed the portion of Cannon's order blocking the DOJ from access to documents that were marked classified. The special master review will continue for the unclassified documents.

    Dearie was mutually agreed to as the best choice of special master by Trump and the DOJ. According to previous reports, Trump was hoping that because Dearie previously served on the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance (FISA) court, and because that court was at the center of a long-running Fox News talking point about the FBI supposedly abusing power in the Russia investigation, that Dearie would automatically view the FBI and DOJ as corrupt and be a sympathetic to him.

    So far, however, Trump's hopes haven't panned out. At the first special master hearing, Dearie aggressively pushed Trump's legal team to take a position on the former president's repeated claims he can declassify top secret documents without telling anyone — and made clear he takes the DOJ at its word that documents labeled classified are, in fact, classified.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Man View Post
    Trump judge's own special master rebukes her for limiting his ability to do his job

    Matthew ChapmanSeptember 27, 2022

    https://www.rawstory.com/trump-ailee...pecial-master/

    When former President Donald Trump went to court against the Justice Department to stall the federal investigation into classified documents at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida, a district judge he appointed, Aileen Cannon, granted Trump everything he asked for, appointing a special master to review the documents for executive privilege even though no legal precedent grants a former president privilege over national security documents, and effectively blocking the DOJ from conducting a national security review until the special master's work is complete.

    Now, the special master himself, Senior Judge Raymond Dearie of Brooklyn, is rebuking Cannon for a decision that hamstrings a key function of the job she assigned him to do, in a filing published by Just Security. Specifically, he is taking issue with her rescinding his authority to issue interim reports as he conducts his review — and saying her reasoning for this made no sense.

    "In the original Appointing Order, the Court directed that 'the Special Master shall submit interim reports and recommendations as appropriate. Upon receipt and resolution of any interim reports and recommendations, the Court will consider prompt adjustments to the Court’s orders as necessary,'" said the filing. "However, the Court later struck that language as part of its order implementing an unrelated ruling by the Eleventh Circuit. As the language quoted above as to interim reports and adjustments to prior orders is consistent with the Eleventh Circuit’s ruling and the efficient administration of the Appointing Order as amended, the undersigned respectfully recommends that the Court issue an order reinstating that language."

    This comes after a three-judge panel of the Eleventh Circuit, two of whom were also Trump appointees, reversed the portion of Cannon's order blocking the DOJ from access to documents that were marked classified. The special master review will continue for the unclassified documents.

    Dearie was mutually agreed to as the best choice of special master by Trump and the DOJ. According to previous reports, Trump was hoping that because Dearie previously served on the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance (FISA) court, and because that court was at the center of a long-running Fox News talking point about the FBI supposedly abusing power in the Russia investigation, that Dearie would automatically view the FBI and DOJ as corrupt and be a sympathetic to him.

    So far, however, Trump's hopes haven't panned out. At the first special master hearing, Dearie aggressively pushed Trump's legal team to take a position on the former president's repeated claims he can declassify top secret documents without telling anyone — and made clear he takes the DOJ at its word that documents labeled classified are, in fact, classified.




    So another online site plagiarizing a previous story as their own!!!!

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    National Archives tells Congress some Trump admin records still unaccounted for




    https://www.axios.com/2022/10/01/trump-national-archives-records-missing-congress?utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=editorial& utm_source=twitter

    The National Archives and Records Administration told the House Oversight Committee in a letter released Saturday that some Trump administration records have yet to be recovered.
    Why it matters: The disclosure comes as Trump's legal team and the Justice Department wage a protracted legal battle over the ex-president's alleged possession of documents he was meant to turn over to the Archives upon leaving office.


    • The Archives didn't speak to whether any of the missing documents they referenced are in Trump's possession, citing the DOJ's probe into the matter.

    Driving the news: In a letter to Oversight Committee Chair Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.) dated Sept. 30, acting Archivist Debra Steidel Wall wrote, "While there is no easy way to establish absolute accountability, we do know that we do not have custody of everything we should."


    • Wall specifically cited official business that was conducted "using non-official electronic messaging accounts that were not copied or forwarded into their official electronic messaging accounts" as an area of particular concern.
    • "NARA has been able to obtain such records from a number of former officials and will continue to pursue the return of similar types of Presidential records from former officials," Wall said.
    • The letter comes in response to a Sept. 13 letter Maloney sent to Wall seeking an "urgent review" of "whether presidential records remain unaccounted for and potentially in the possession of the former president.”

    Yes, but: Wall deferred to the DOJ to answer questions about documents Trump personally took from the White House.


    • "With respect to the second issue concerning whether former President Trump has surrendered all presidential records, we respectfully refer you to the Department of Justice in light of its ongoing investigation," she wrote to Maloney.
    • Maloney had asked in her Sept. 13 letter for the Archives to seek a "personal certification from Donald Trump that he has surrendered all presidential records that he illegally removed from the White House."

    What they're saying: "The National Archives has confirmed to the Oversight Committee that they still have not received all presidential records from the Trump White House," Maloney said in a statement about the letter.


    • "I will continue to do everything in my power to ensure that all presidential records from the Trump White House are returned to the custody of the government and to make sure these abuses never happen again.”

    What we're watching: Wall said the Archives will consult with the DOJ on whether to "initiate an action for the recovery of records unlawfully removed" – as in the case of the DOJ's lawsuit against former White House adviser Peter Navarro in August.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lonewolfinoregon View Post
    I'm hoping that more Americans cause a great awakening emerge...

    I believe if there is some kind of attack that makes the US FEDS announce a cancellation of nation wide elections, we will end up with Republican controlled states announcing they will go ahead with the elections and seat their elected officials in Jan, and when DEMOCATS refuse, I believe this will ignite a Second Civil war which will spiral into civil, Revolutionary, and guerrilla war in most of the USA...
    Trying to catch up on this thread...This result may be exactly what the demon 'elites' are expecting and are trying to provoke. Then, they can bring in foreign UN troops....

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmatic View Post
    Trying to catch up on this thread...This result may be exactly what the demon 'elites' are expecting and are trying to provoke. Then, they can bring in foreign UN troops....
    Easier to just crash the world for the reset. Looks like Europe will prolly be the first domino. Or a Russian war. So many things to look forward to!
    "The one who says he stays in Him is indebted to walk, even as He walked." 1Jn 2:6

    Without Torah, His walk is impossible - it's Rome's walk without Torah.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoppalong View Post
    Who are you kidding? No link for something like that, just pure bs that's all. lol
    Go to the closest Federal Court House to you, and get a copy of court rules. You should find Special Master in the rules, or at least ask the Court Clerk where that rule is located.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Off-Grid Organics View Post
    Easier to just crash the world for the reset. Looks like Europe will prolly be the first domino. Or a Russian war. So many things to look forward to!
    Yes, but I was referring to a "civil war" being the thing "they" are aiming to start...here...in the good ol' USA! As the world "crashes", undoubtedly we will be counted on to love our neighbors and help them... Civil war would be fighting the "wrong" Enemy!

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