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Clinton Overcharging Donor Credit Cards — The Clinton campaign is making unauthorized charges on donor credit cards, reports Observer.com.
Wells Fargo fraud department has been inundated with calls from low-income Clinton supporters reporting repeated unauthorized charges, says the Observer. The victims are those who agreed to make a one-time small donation through her official campaign website. All the unauthorized charges were less than $100 to avoid triggering the bank’s security protocol.
It’s especially ironic as Mrs. Clinton six days ago joined those seeking to hang Wells Fargo after revelations became public that the bank had created more than two million fake bank and credit card accounts.
There is no honor among thieves.
And be warned, those seeking to donate to Mrs. Clinton.
In other Democrat Party news, it has been revealed that President Barack Obama communicated in 2012—under a redacted pseudonym—with Hillary Clinton on the then Secretary of State’s insecure home email server. Obama had claimed that he hadn’t been aware of the system until media reports in 2014.
Clinton Overcharging Donor Credit Cards
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Stronger Together Amazon Reviews — Stronger Together, the political propaganda ghostwritten for Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine is now on sale at Amazon for $4.99 Kindle and $9.59 paperback.
If one wants to waste money and promote evil buy it. If one wants free entertainment read the reviews. They are good and an attempt to censor them appears to have backfired.
By Robert S Lionel JR on September 23, 2016
Stronger Together Amazon Reviews
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The great scout Kit Carson married a Cheyenne woman named Making Out Road. The marriage was turbulent and ended when Making Out Road threw Kit’s belongings out her tepee in the traditional fashion of Cheyenne divorce.
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Pennrose Contributes, Wins Montco Bid –Democrat-controlled Montgomery County has awarded $1 million in housing grant funds for the North Hills Manor public housing project in Upper Dublin.
Pennrose Properties LLC is the county’s real estate development partner for the $16.5 million project. It beat five other developers for the bid.
Joe Gale, who is mandated minority member of the Montco commissioners, revealed this week that Race Street PAC, which is the political action committee for Pennrose, contributed $5,000 to the joint campaign of Valerie Arkoosh and Josh Shapiro. Ms. Arkoosh and Shapiro comprise the county Board of Commissioners Democrat majority. Shapiro has received a further $3,250 from the PAC since 2010.
Shapiro dismissed the connection claiming he merely wants to help the poor.
Claim that all you want Josh but this stinks. Of course, there are a lot of things that stink in this state.
Shapiro chairs the county’s Democrat Party and is Democrat candidate for Pennsylvania Attorney General on the Nov. 8 ballot.
Pennrose Contributes, Wins Montco Bid
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Mao Anying was Chairman Mao Tse Tsung’s oldest son. He was assigned to a headquarters unit during the Korean War far from the battlefield. While cooking some egg-fried rice, however, a South African aircraft crew saw the smoke. Hence ended a possible Mao dynasty for China.
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DelcoDebates Swarthmore Speakers Corner A Success — DelcoDebates presented its initial Hyde Park Speakers Corner event, Saturday afternoon Sept. 17 in Swarthmore, in Little Crum Creek Park on Cresson Lane, just off Swarthmore Avenue. The free event was held in a shady grove in the park by the large stone fireplace.
Volunteer speakers included Roger Balson, Bill Denison, Rich Gardner, Ed Mcadams, Tom McBride, Wil Scull and Bob Small.
Bob Small gave a short introduction followed by Roger Balson explaining the parameters of the discussion.
About a dozen short talks were given on a range of topics, including 911 as discussed in Europhysicsnews.org; the need for activism; Smedley Butler; constitutional amendments; environmental degradation; free and equal elections; gerrymandering, and quick and easy questions to ask local and national candidates.
Afterward, future activities were discussed including referendum on the November ballot concerning an amendment to the Pennsylvania Constitution which would increase the mandatory retirement age for judges from 70 to 75.
Those who would like to be notified of future Candidate Forums, Issue Forums, Speaker Corners can contact Delco Debates at email@example.com.
The Speakers Corner in London’s Hyde Park began in 1872 and continues to this day. Many other countries have since created a Speakers Corner, where anyone can speak.
DelcoDebates is a group dedicated to providing a space for all viewpoints,
including alternative and Independent Candidates.