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These photos makes me proud of the people of Martha's Vineyard




Georgia 2020 election inquiry may lead to prison sentences, prosecutor says

Source: Washington Post

Fulton County district attorney says her team has received allegations that serious crimes were committed

"The allegations are very serious. If indicted and convicted, people are facing prison sentences," Fulton County District Attorney Fani T. Willis told The Washington Post.

No decision will be made for months on whether there will be indictments -- and, most notably, if Trump himself will face charges. At least 17 people have been notified they are targets of the criminal investigation, meaning they could eventually face charges. And more targets will be added to the list soon, Willis said in an interview Tuesday in her Atlanta office.

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Willis would not discuss any of the targets by name and has not said if she's willing to charge the former president. Trump could be called to appear as a witness before the special grand jury that was convened this spring as part of the investigation, Willis said Tuesday.

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So far, the group of known targets includes former Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani and the state's 16 would-be Trump electors who created unofficial documents proclaiming Trump as the winner of Georgia's electoral votes, even though he lost the state. Lawyers for Giuliani and the electors have denied any wrongdoing. Lawyers for the electors say their clients followed the law and made clear they met as a contingency measure as they waited for a court to rule on a challenge to the Georgia vote.

Read more: https://www.washingtonpost.com/national-security/2022/09/15/fani-willis-georgia-prison/






So who is willing to go to prison to protect Trump?

I almost want to watch Fox News this AM*

I was channel surfing last night and they were giddy about an upcoming rail strike.

* Think I'll walk the dog instead.



BTW if Dark Brandon speaks today he will give credit to others.

FOX News @ 8 AM all migrants all the time.

Izium, Ukriane thread 9/12/22 That would be Russia over those Ukrainian Troops' shoulders

Happy Thread

Ken Starr is dead
Mike Lindell had his phone seized by the FBI as part of the J 6 investigation
The Ukrainian forces are at or close to the Russian border
Zelensky makes surprise visit to Izyum
https://twitter.com/kharkiv_girl/status/1569997232719515649
https://twitter.com/Kiborgzzz/status/1570005111102906368
Joe Biden is the best President of my lifetime
And I'm going to be a grandfather

Holy shit the Ukrainians (with help) may have beaten the Russians. Russians might now be ....

... leaving Crimea.

https://www.democraticunderground.com/100217151630

The Kyiv Independent
@KyivIndependent
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1h
⚡️Ukrainian intelligence: Russian occupiers begin leaving Crimea, southern Ukraine with their families.

An “urgent evacuation” of Russian proxies, intelligence officers, and military commanders is taking place, the Main Intelligence Directorate said.

Thanx to DUer BeyondGeography for posting this.



Obama vs Trump 2 pictures

Barack and Michelle Obama's D.C. Home



Trump's NYC Penthouse





Dark Brandon Rules. Inflation is going down* (still high but falling) and gas prices are down 26%

* The rate of inflation

Tuesday’s inflation report could show prices moderating as gasoline and travel costs fall

Gasoline prices are the biggest driver of the decline in energy. Since peaking at $5.01 in mid-June, the national average for unleaded gas has dropped all summer, to an average of $3.71 per gallon Monday, according to AAA.

Markowska expects headline CPI to decline by 0.2%, but sees a rise in core of 0.3%. Shelter is one area expected to rise, while used car prices are forecast to fall.

“I think we’re going to see a repeat in terms of airfares and hotel prices. They dragged down the core CPI last month. It looks like airfares will be down 8%,” said Markowska. “They were up 40% from March to May. We’re just unwinding a portion of that.”

Economists say the base effects of comparing the number to last year are behind the jump in August core inflation.

https://www.cnbc.com/2022/09/12/inflation-report-could-show-cpi-moderating-as-gas-and-travel-costs-fall.html


Best President of my lifetime and he protected this too:



Ukrainian soldiers hours prior to the #Kharkiv offensive, singing the anthem

https://twitter.com/Militarylandnet/status/1568344387137970176
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