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  1. Assume what you want, but it was all well documented and above board, tracing the properties he bought and when, no suggestion of selling influence or anything else illegal.
  2. I can't find a link to the article I read a few years back, but he and his wife invested pretty much everything they made in property. They bought houses, fixed them up, and sold them over the years, flipping them for better properties - and this was before property values skyrocketed. It was all pretty well documented in what I read, and there was nothing that suggested anything untoward.
  3. It has been explained. He made some shrewd investments in property over the years and: How The Bidens Earned $16.7 Million After Leaving The White House (forbes.com) How The Bidens Earned $16.7 Million After Leaving The White House [...] When Biden left the West Wing, the big money started coming. In 2017, the Bidens declared $11.1 million in total earnings, nearly twice as much in a single year as they had made in the previous 18 years combined. About $10 million of that flowed through two S-corporations called CelticCapri and Giacoppa. The Biden campaign explained in a press release last year that the money in those entities came from speaking engagements and book payments connected to Joe’s memoir, Promise Me, Dad, and Jill’s memoir, Where the Light Enters. Publishers Weekly reported in 2017 that the couple’s book deal with Flatiron Books was valued at $8 million. In February 2017, Joe Biden was also named the Benjamin Franklin Presidential Practice Professor at the University of Pennsylvania, a post that earned him a $372,000 salary that year. [...]
  4. https://www.newsweek.com/fact-check-did-stormy-daniels-admit-fabricating-donald-trump-affair-1789595 Fact Check: Did Stormy Daniels Admit Fabricating Donald Trump Affair? [...] While it is true that in January 2018 a statement was released that stated Daniels said there was no affair, there's unmentioned context that invites doubt. Following the release of that statement, Daniels appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, in which she was asked "Did you sign this letter that was released today?" "I don't know, did I?" Daniels replied, later adding: "That doesn't look my signature, does it?" Daniels also said she "did not know where" the statement came from. While Daniels' attorney later contradicted her comments on Kimmel, reported The Guardian, in August 2018 she then told Anderson Cooper that the statement from January was "untruthful" and the claim that the affair never happened was "a lie." Daniels told Cooper that she signed it because she was pressured to do so by her former attorney and business manager who "made it sound like I had no choice." Cooper said: "You thought that there would be some sort of legal repercussion if you didn't sign it?" Daniels replied: "Correct. As a matter of fact, the exact sentence used was, 'They can make your life hell in many different ways.'" Outside of the January 2018 statement, it does not appear that Daniels has repeated the claim that the affair didn't happen. Furthermore, Daniels has repeatedly made statements in which she confirms that she did have relations with the former president in 2006. [...]
  5. Not any specifics. From the Gateway Pundit article: "According to FOX News legal mind Gregg Jarrett, Soros-funded DA Alvin Bragg HID nearly 600 pages of exculpatory evidence to the New York Grand Jury investigating President Trump." So all we have is just Bob Costello's claim that he turned over "hundreds of pages" of exculpatory information to the DA that was not given to the grand jury. At this point we don't know if any of it is actually exculpatory.
  6. Actually we didn't or very few of us did. Although he got a lot of publicity, Avennati never polled more than about 2-3% in any poll, so he wasn't taken that seriously by most Democrats.
  7. You haven't proven anything outside of your anecdotal evidence that it appears that they have not been unsafe for you (so far).
  8. Didn't say that it did. Only that it is used to additives being removed from food products because they are deemed to be unsafe.
  9. Certain additives in food have been banned by the FDA for decades (remember cyclamates?). When an additive is banned, the manufacturer just finds something else to substitute and that will happen here if it ever gets to that point (which I doubt). Skittles and Campbells Soup won't be disappearing from the shelves of California markets anytime soon.
  10. Since when has a guy dressing in drag been considered indecent in public?
  11. squistion

    Trans Kids

    That is a lie. I never said that LGBT+ people had no rights in the US and no one was ever able to provide a quote that I said I did, or even a quote of anyone quoting me saying that.