Message from Doom1776 in Turtle Hermit School #random
So they are bumping it a week.
it's so FFFFFucked! Who will step forward this week?
CHECK THIS SHIT
and it appears K's friend Judge will cooperate with the FBI
say what???? Who is she? Is this why all her Internet footprint has been erased? I want the FBI to look into her background - hmmmmmmmmm
saw this earlier - https://medium.com/@DrDannielle/kavanaugh-vote-fraud-801c2bf7523
Something is fucky.
I believe that's not a kitty right thurr
so weird - too many clowns in that family
It is NOTHING but spooks.
Imagine the woman who makes money off the abortion pill just tried to sack a guy the dems were saying was going to overturn RvW?
Could you imagine the conflict of interest outrage?
That would destroy the dems.
OH PLEASE OH PLEASE - let this really be happening
If it is
BEST MOVIE EVER
@Doom1776 you are right about that abortion pill thing - this could blow up BIGLY - maybe our 5D POTUS knew and that's why he allowed the libs to come up with the FBI investigation???
How could they come back from this -
there is not enough kettle corn in the WORLD to keep up with this movie!
Rt'd that pic to Potus @realdonaldtrump ..Man I hope she is a Fraud -Joke would be on Dems !
Linked the wrong one.
FOUND A BOMB
Grassley also began an investigation about unreported payments to physicians by pharmaceutical companies. Grassley led a 2008 Congressional Investigation which found that well-known university psychiatrists, who had promoted psychoactive drugs, had violated federal and university regulations by secretly receiving large sums of money from the pharmaceutical companies which made the drugs. The New York Times reported that Dr. Joseph Biederman of Harvard University had failed to report over a million dollars of income that he had received from pharmaceutical companies. Weeks later, Business Week reported that Grassley alleged that Alan Schatzberg, chair of psychiatry at Stanford University, had underreported his investments in Corcept Therapeutics, a company he founded. Schatzberg had reported only $100,000 investments in Corcept, but Grassley stated that his investments actually totalled over $6 million. Dr. Schatzberg later stepped down from his grant which is funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH).