Friday, April 16, 2021
One Governor Has ‘Enormous Balls,’ Another Grabs Them: Reports
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SPECIAL: [Yes or No] Trump was Robbed of the 2020 Election
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ALREADY banned by Youtube: Facebook, & Twitter...Donald Trump speaks to Ameriica First's Sebastian Gorka
Submitted by: J Cryots
I have an exciting announcement: I am running for Arizona Attorney General. I have never seen anything as dangerous as what Arizona is facing right now. We need an AG who will hold the line and protect the people of Arizona against Washington’s disastrous policies. We need an AG who will put Arizona first.
I have been standing up to bullies my whole life. I’m not going to sit back and watch these new socialist bullies harm the people of our communities and our state without a fight.
Mentioned below is the latest edition of ARIZONA TODAY with Col. Phil Waldron as guest. This is Part I of a two part interview pulling the curtain back on issues associated with the last election, and now on the Eve of the Maricopa County, Arizona Ballot Fraud Audit that begins on April 23rd. Part II of this interview shall follow tomorrow.
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Submitted by: Merlin
P.S. you'll have to think a little as you read this left-leaning article that addressed the plan to address discrimination through through discrimination against white men and women.
Biden's Agriculture Secretary Vilsack pledges to implement minority debt relief03/25/21 2:51 PM By Steve DaviesAgriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack pledged to the House Agriculture Committee to “root out” systemic racism and barriers at USDA that prevent Black and other socially disadvantaged farmers from receiving the same level of assistance that white farmers.He also said the department would work as quickly as it can to implement provisions in the American Rescue Plan to distribute $4 billion in debt relief for Black and other minority farmers holding direct or guaranteed loans, including Hispanic, Asian American and Pacific Islander, and Native American farmers. Farmers will receive payments worth 120% of their indebtedness; the additional 20% is intended to cover the taxes that the farmers would owe on the payments.At what committee chairman David Scott, D-Ga., called a “historic hearing,” Vilsack said a working group has been formed across all USDA agencies to address the award of contracts, benefits and other services.Although “good-faith efforts” have been made in the past to respond to specific acts of discrimination, “more needs to be done to dig deeper into the systemic causes and barriers that perpetuate discriminatory practices and to deal directly with the cumulative effect of discrimination,” he said.Vilsack said the department sent a letter to banks Wednesday holding guaranteed loans asking for their forbearance.“As you are likely aware, on Jan. 26, 2021, the USDA suspended all adverse actions for all direct loan borrowers during the COVID-19 pandemic,” Farm Service Agency Administrator Zach Ducheneaux said in the letter. “At that time, we also encouraged guaranteed lenders to be flexible and consider similar limits, on liquidations in particular. We are now asking lenders to suspend all adverse actions for all USDA guaranteed loan borrowers until the Secretary and FSA have established a process to carry out payments under Section 1005” of the ARP (bold in original).Vilsack also said USDA is trying to assess whether farmers receiving debt relief payments would be subject to prepayment penalties on their loans and will work with the lenders on that issue.Vilsack highlighted the appointment of Dewayne Goldmon as a senior adviser on racial equity, whose job is to “put an equity lens on everything we do,” and said he looks forward to working with the first African American deputy secretary of the department, Jewel Bronaugh, who has yet to be confirmed.Vilsack got pushback from Republicans on the committee. Rep. Austin Scott of Georgia said he felt it was “racist” that white women are not eligible for debt relief assistanceVilsack also pledged to diversify employment within FSAand FSA county committees. “We have to cast a wider net for [nonwhite] people to work in the local offices,” he said.'
Submitted by: J Cryots
The real plan unveiled: Kill Americans with vaccines, then replace them with illegals
If you want to know the real plan for mandatory vaccines and open borders, it's not that difficult to figure out, really: Vaccines are designed to kill off Americans while open borders are designed to allow a flood of obedient third world illegals to replace them.