Jay Dog

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  1. That was actually done back in Feb by 2 companies that were certified by the Federal Election Commission and because they were certified they were given access to the source code by Dominion. And Cyber Clowns want the routers turned over.
  2. So it’s his LinkedIn profile notice his tenure at his positions
  3. Yup and has he written any clinical papers in support of the vaccine based on his research? There are a lot of hospital CEO’s that aren’t doctors,
  4. This scientist happens to be a veterinarian “Remember, just in case you’re tempted to confuse Vanden Bossche with a world-class microbiologist/virologist, he is actually board certified in Veterinary Virology, Microbiology, and Animal Hygiene, hasn’t published a research paper since 1995”
  5. And your point is ? PPA acts as a PCP for a lot of women in lower income and underserved area’s as a result they are reimbursed by state and federal sources just as a private Dr’s practice would be. They are only reimbursed for those procedures covered by Medicare/ Medicaid or State determinations. If competition existed for those services someone else could also be reimbursed.
  6. That’s true , that’s also the reason when Trump opened up the previous protected area’s of Alaska to oil leases none of the big names bid on them because it’s to expensive to explore and drill. It costs the Saudi’s between 5-10 dollars to produce a barrel of crude, US costs are anywhere from 25-65
  7. Actually the US is not paying them, the Olympic teams (except for some para-military teams) get no funding from the government it’s all private and corporate donations so although they represent the US they are not technically a National team like the majority of other countries.
  8. There’s 950,000,000 acres of Farmland in the US so the Chinese own 192,000 acres that about .02%, A total of 35,000,000 acres of US farmland is Foreign owned.
  9. Well they pop up on US soil usually inside a building wonder who owns the buildings, and yes there is a lot of product that goes through them, and a wall stops it how?
  10. Some are “Customs and Border Protection figures show the agency seized nearly 41,730 kilograms (92,000 pounds) of drugs from vehicles at southern ports of entry between October 2020 and May. U.S. citizens had been apprehended about 2,400 times by late March for drug smuggling during inspections of vehicles crossing those checkpoints. In comparison, just 361 such apprehensions during the same period involved Mexican citizens, who are generally second — behind Americans — for drug trafficking arrests at ports of entry. Arrests of U.S. citizens who bring drugs through in their bodies also have risen. In the first four months of the 2021 fiscal year, 505 Americans were arrested with drugs concealed in their bodies at southern checkpoints, compared with just 35 people from all other countries during the same period. Though illegal substances brought in by that type of courier represent just a fraction of the overall drugs crossing into the U.S., those apprehensions in fiscal year 2018 were more balanced between U.S. citizens and noncitizens at 467 vs. 386, respectively, Customs and Border Protection data show. Apprehension numbers for U.S. and Mexican citizens caught driving drugs over the border in recent years also were not as far apart as this year — 1,693 vs. 793 in 2018 and 2,694 vs. 1,218 in 2019, respectively.”
  11. You can’t drive an eighteen wheeler across the desert and across the river oh and it seems US citizens are the biggest transporters ” Customs and Border Protection figures show the agency seized nearly 41,730 kilograms (92,000 pounds) of drugs from vehicles at southern ports of entry between October 2020 and May. U.S. citizens had been apprehended about 2,400 times by late March for drug smuggling during inspections of vehicles crossing those checkpoints. In comparison, just 361 such apprehensions during the same period involved Mexican citizens, who are generally second — behind Americans — for drug trafficking arrests at ports of entry. Arrests of U.S. citizens who bring drugs through in their bodies also have risen. In the first four months of the 2021 fiscal year, 505 Americans were arrested with drugs concealed in their bodies at southern checkpoints, compared with just 35 people from all other countries during the same period. Though illegal substances brought in by that type of courier represent just a fraction of the overall drugs crossing into the U.S., those apprehensions in fiscal year 2018 were more balanced between U.S. citizens and noncitizens at 467 vs. 386, respectively, Customs and Border Protection data show. Apprehension numbers for U.S. and Mexican citizens caught driving drugs over the border in recent years also were not as far apart as this year — 1,693 vs. 793 in 2018 and 2,694 vs. 1,218 in 2019, respectively.”
  12. No I’m saying that the amount of drugs coming in means they aren’t carried in someone’s backpack, they’re coming in on boats, planes and vehicles. How many detained illegals had drugs on them? My guess if there was any amount NewsMax and OAN would be all over it maybe even Fox. These Drug lords don’t want stuff lost in the desert. I’ll the majority of this stuff was seized at regular crossings
  13. Uh not Gates Vaccine expert this guy is a veterinarian in Belgium
  14. Drugs aren’t coming in on the backs of illegals, if you were a drug kingpin would you give a couple million dollars of drugs to someone you don’t know an tell them take it across the border. These seizures happened at regular crossings or at sea.
  15. Could you reference in the constitution where counties won count in a presidential election. By the way Montana and Idaho have 100 counties between them, Connecticut has 8 counties, Biden got more votes in Connecticut than Trump got in Montana and Idaho combined.