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Hello! _ I am a musician and self-employed contractor who wants to see politics work for every citizen. \\\"Some of my best friends are Republicans\\\" Hobbies include playing poker, fishing, and watching my garden grow..... Some music I have been working on: https://www.reverbnation.com/mattnoellsconcreteblue

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Trump presser, bleach, alcohol, covered by Wapo

"Bryan said ....alcohol killed it in 30 seconds. "
I am going to conduct a non-clinical trial on the prophylactic effecs of blood alcohol levels on the Corona virus.
Anybody else?


Adrian Perkins Claims Senate Judiciary Committee Relied on Fraudulent Letter Supporting Kavanaugh

Source: BayouBrief.com

"Yesterday, The Bayou Brief reported that Adrian Perkins, a 32-year-old Democratic candidate for mayor of Shreveport, was one of only eight former or current members of Harvard Law’s Black Law Student Association (BLSA) listed as a signatory of a letter submitted to both the White House and the Senate Judiciary Committee praising embattled Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

Perkins, who has refused to answer or acknowledge our repeated requests for comment, reacted to the report on social media and in an e-mail sent to The Shreveport Times, alleging that his name and others were used without their permission. He “declined to say whether he supported Kavanaugh,” the paper reports.

If his allegations of fraud are true, the letter, which was entered into the public record on Aug. 29 and mentioned by Sen. Mike Crapo during Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing on Sept. 6, should raise significant questions about the integrity and credibility of the Senate’s rushed effort to approve the nomination. "

Read more: https://www.bayoubrief.com/2018/09/17/adrian-perkins-claims-senate-judiciary-committee-relied-on-fraudulent-letter-supporting-kavanaugh/

This is a couple of days old, if it needs to be reposted in GD let me know. First time I have seen/heard it.
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