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George Sorbane Quotes:

1. “Hey Americans,” he screamed furiously at the drones.

1. “The Manitou of America will creep in you, rejoice you when she shines above, and offend and sadden you when she is put down.”― “The Endless Beginning”

George Sorbane books


1…………> Today’s White House Tweets

Donald J. Trump

@realDonald Trump


Donald J. Trump
Amazon Calls ‘Profiles in Corruption’ the ‘Most Anticipated’ Nonfiction Book via @BreitbartNews
Amazon Calls ‘Profiles in Corruption’ the ‘Most Anticipated’ Nonfiction Book
Amazon named the forthcoming investigative blockbuster “Profiles in Corruption” its “most anticipated” nonfiction book for the week of January 12.


Donald J. Trump
This is a total disgrace, but just another reason that I’m going to win Michigan again!
Quote Tweet
Daily Caller
· 6h
Four Years After Flint Got $650M, People Are Being Paid To Sign Up For Free Services


Donald J. Trump
Looking at this strongly!
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Sen. Lamar Alexander
· Jan 9
This Congress, @MarshaBlackburn and I introduced a bill to award the Congressional Gold Medal to MSG “Roddie” Edmonds, a lifelong Tennessean, because I do not know of a more inspiring example of the American character than the heroism of this 26-year-old East Tennessee soldier.



Donald J. Trump Retweeted
Sen. Lamar Alexander
Jan 15
I’m about to chair the Senate HELP Committee’s executive session to vote on #USMCA.
Updating #NAFTA makes sense, and this agreement good news for Tennessee auto workers and farmers.
You can watch live here:
H. R. 5430, United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement Implementation Act
The U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor & Pensions


2…………..> ICE Most Wanted: Venezuela’s Bribes King


ICE Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) announced earlier this month the addition of Raul Antonio De La Santisima Trinidad Gorrin Belisario, a Venezuelan attorney and businessman, to its Most Wanted list for conspiracy to violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and several counts of money laundering, following indictment filed on August 16, 2017, in the Southern District of Florida, Gorrin Belisario’s subsequent escape from justice, and the updated FinCEN advisory (FIN-2019-A002, published by the U.S. Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network May 3, 2019) regarding widespread public corruption in Venezuela.

The indictment alleges that Gorrin Belisario, 50, a Venezuelan citizen with a residence in Miami, Florida, paid millions of dollars in bribes to two high-level Venezuelan officials to secure the rights to conduct foreign currency exchange transactions at favorable rates for the Venezuelan government. In addition to wiring money to bribe the officials, he allegedly purchased and paid expenses for them related to private jets, yachts, homes, champion horses, high-end watches, and a fashion line. To conceal the bribery payments, Gorrin Belisario made payments through multiple shell companies. Furthermore, he allegedly partnered with other subjects to acquire Banco Peravia, a bank in the Dominican Republic, to launder bribes paid to Venezuelan officials and stash the illicit proceeds of the scheme.

Gorrin Belisario was last seen in Caracas, Venezuela, and currently remains at-large.



3……………> US Watchdog After Trump: Law Breaking Accusation


In yet another partisan attack on President Trump, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) said in a report that the Trump Administration violated the law in holding up the aid, which Congress passed less than a year ago.
“The President is not vested with the power to ignore or amend any such duly enacted law,” the report said.
The findings are not legally binding and have no prosecutorial  power, and the aid was held up on orders from Mr. Trump, but was released after a complaint.
“Faithful execution of the law does not permit the President to substitute his own policy priorities for those that Congress has enacted into law,” the agency’s general counsel wrote in the report, completely ignoring the fact that son of current Democratic party leading candidate for President of the United States Joe, “Sleeping in a wrong century” Biden, Hunter was paid a million dollars a year to sit on a company board, just because it provided a channel for influence on US Government decision making: i.e. a  blatant corruption.


4…………> The Bashful Chinese Banker: Apartment Full With Cash

A top Chinese banker identified as Lai Xiaomin confessed to taking more than 200 million yuan ($42 million) in cash bribes and stuffing the notes in cabinets in his apartment, due to being “too scared to spend” his millions in cash bribes as chairman of China Huarong Asset Management, one of the country’s top banks, and the Communist Party chief inside the company.

He confirmed taking the bribes during a confession in a documentary on state broadcaster CCTV.

Authorities found the cash was packed into cupboards, along with a large number of other items such as luxury watches, gold and artworks. The documentary also said Mr. Lai owned numerous properties and luxury cars.

“I didn’t even spend a cent … It’s all confiscated by the [Communist] Party in the end. What’s the point to have that much money?” Mr. Lai said.


5…………> Chinese Drone Fishermen: Better Paid Than MD’s


It has been known for some time that “China rewards fishers who netted foreign spy devices,” but it was 11 three fishermen receiving awards, one woman, the rest men – who found seven devices in total, spy drones to be specific on Jiangsu shores.

And the ceremony following, the rewards were huge – up to 500,000 yuan ($72,000) – around 17 times the average disposable income in China.

Jiangsu shoreline is stretching for some 620 miles, facing Japan and South Korea, while Taiwan is around 500 miles south. This geography – and the huge US presence in the region, is the reason keep finding these drones.


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