Maybe taylor’s research will suggest that transcending politics will ensure a greater return, artistic integrity permitting?
I prefer her earlier stuff
Question is, who would they hate to see win more?
The c&w girl or the hellhole liberal hovel by the Bay.
The real outcome of the lies spread by Robert Kennedy Junior and eaten up by his Gemmaroid minions on here.
Because of HIV/AIDS denialism, Christine Maggiore and her 4 year-old daughter are dead. Christine was infected with HIV and refused to take anti-virals that would have kept her alive and prevented her from passing it to her daughter. Both died needlessly of AIDS. Lies like those now being repeated by @BretWeinstein and @RobertKennedyJr killed her and countless others. Shame on these people who choose profit and internet fame over everything else. https://sciencebasedmedicine.org/christine-maggiore-and-eliza-jane-scovill-living-and-dying-with-hivaids-denialism/
Speaking of Aids didnt sleepy joe blame Elton John
Cant wait for mine to be delivered
Joe like a fella coming home after 3 nights in Ibiza with the lads
A real stand up guy.
He’s fucked - he can’t do four more years
Probably just breaking in a new pair of shoes
Who will be trumps running mate?
Realistically neither himself or joe would last the full 4 years.
Kristi Noem I’d say.
Elise Stefanik is prostituting herself a bit too much.
No idea of either tbf. Harris will be a disaster on the Democrats side
Her record over the last four years speaks for itself. A fancy sounding and looking Mary Coughlan is all she is. Empty
That’ll really irk the trump supporters when they read the guardian next
Reading anything really irks Trump supporters, I mean among the 52% of them who can read of course.
There were never conspiracy theories about the Republican party being an agent of Russia, only conspiracy fact, they have openly conspired with the Russians since Trump came on the scene and before
A former FBI informant charged with making up a multimillion-dollar bribery scheme involving Joe Biden, his son Hunter and a Ukrainian energy company had contacts with officials affiliated with Russian intelligence, prosecutors said in a court paper on Tuesday.
Prosecutors revealed the alleged contact as they urged a judge to keep Alexander Smirnov behind bars while he awaits trial. He’s charged with falsely reporting to the FBI in June 2020 that executives associated with the Ukrainian energy company Burisma paid Hunter and the president $5m each in 2015 or 2016. The claim has been central to the Republican impeachment inquiry in Congress.
Smirnov is due in court later Tuesday in Las Vegas. He has been in custody at a facility in rural Pahrump, about an hour west of Las Vegas, since his arrest last week at the airport while returning from overseas.
David Chesnoff and Richard Schonfeld, the defense attorneys, said in a statement ahead of the hearing that they were asking for Smirnov’s release while he awaits trial “so he can effectively fight the power of the government”.
Prosecutors said that during an interview before his arrest last week, Smirnov admitted that “officials associated with Russian intelligence were involved in passing a story” about Hunter. They said Smirnov’s contacts with Russian officials were recent and extensive and said Smirnov had planned to meet with one official during an upcoming overseas trip.
They said Smirnov has had numerous contacts with a person he described as the “son of a former high-ranking government official” and “someone with ties to a particular Russian intelligence service”. They said there is a serious risk that Smirnov could flee overseas to avoid facing trial.
The White House didn’t immediately comment on the claims in Tuesday’s court filing.
Prosecutors say Smirnov, who holds dual US-Israeli citizenship, falsely reported to the FBI in June 2020 that executives associated with the Ukrainian energy company Burisma paid Hunter and Joe Biden $5m each in 2015 or 2016.
Smirnov in fact had only routine business dealings with the company starting in 2017 and made the bribery allegations after he “expressed bias” against Joe Biden while he was a presidential candidate, prosecutors said in court documents. He is charged with making a false statement and creating a false and fictitious record. The charges were filed in Los Angeles, where he lived for 16 years before relocating to Las Vegas two years ago.
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Smirnov’s claims have been central to the Republican effort in Congress to investigate the president and his family, and helped spark what is now a House impeachment inquiry into Biden. Democrats called for an end to the investigation after the indictment came down last week, while Republicans distanced the inquiry from Smirnov’s claims and said they would continue to “follow the facts”.
Hunter is expected to give a deposition next week.
The Burisma allegations became a flashpoint in Congress as Republicans pursuing investigations of the president and his family demanded the FBI release the un-redacted form documenting the allegations. They acknowledged they couldn’t confirm if the allegations were true.
This about sums it up