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The U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency inadvertently shared 2.3 million disaster survivors' personal details with a third-party contractor.

Twenty different types of sensitive personal data pertaining to the survivors was accidentally shared by FEMA, leaving those individuals at increased risk of fraud and identity theft, says the Office of Inspector General.

The slip up was detailed in a Department of Homeland Security OIG report released on March 15. FEMA's Joint Assessment Team and Office of the Chief Information Officer are now auditing the network of the contractor to see if the data may have been further exposed. The name of the contractor has not been publicly released; it was redacted from the OIG's report.

Complicating FEMA's efforts to find out what happened is the fact that the contractor only retained network logs for 30 days. And FEMA's cybersecurity experts have already found 11 security vulnerabilities in the contractor's network, of which only four have been remediated, meaning that would-be hackers might have been able to easily access the network.

"According to FEMA, these assessments found no indication of intrusion within the last 30 days although the assessment identified that the contractor did not maintain logs past 30 days," the OIG says.

The sensitive data has been erased from the contractor's system, but the review of the contractor's network is not expected to be conclude until June 30, 2020.

FEMA's data exposure is just the latest in a series of incidents involving U.S. government agencies exposing or losing control of individuals' personal details. In 2015, hackers stole as many as 14 million personal records for current and former federal employees from the Office of Personnel Management, including 6 million biometric fingerprints (see Stolen OPM Fingerprints: What's the Risk?).

Lawmakers have called on government officials to come clean on how the latest data spillage happened. "FEMA Acting AdminPost too long. Click here to view the full text.



Yep…. just more government incompetence and negligence putting our nation at risk. See it ALL THE TIME in the USSA today!



Yeah but you're not mentioning the most important part:

These are all United States citizens who had to endure natural disasters, but Trump wants to take their relief money and spend it on building a stupid fucking wall.

And by the way, just in case you forgot, the Mueller investigation wrapping up still doesn't mean that the wall is going to be built, because Trump is never going to end up building that stupid wall.

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The mountain has labored and brought forth a mouse. After two years of hype, special counsel Robert Mueller has reported to Attorney General William Barr that there was no “collusion,” as Donald Trump would put it, between Trump or the Trump presidential campaign and the Russians regarding the 2016 election.

There will be no new indictments from Mueller beyond the few already issued, none of which charges a U.S. person with anything related to collusion. This is a big disappointment to the people in politics and the press who were openly hoping to see Trump, and his family, kicked out of the White House and thrown into jail.

And there were a lot of those people, as Grabien editor Tom Elliott noted last week:

►In December 2017, MSNBC's Mika Brzezinski said the Trump team might be going to jail "for the rest of their lives."

►Last December, CNN's Wolf Blitzer asked Delaware Sen. Chris Coons — as he often does — whether he thought Trump might be facing jail time. Coons said yes, "the issues outlined against both Michael Cohen and Paul Manafort, I think, continue to sharpen the ways in which it is clear that the Mueller investigation has produced a whole series of actions not previously exposed to the public.

►Also in December, Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., said Trump could be the first president "to face the real prospect of jail time."

►In April 2017, Rep. Joaquin Castro, D-Texas, said the evidence he had already seen suggested "people will probably go to jail."

Actually, it was always a crock, dreamed up immediately after Hillary Clinton’s election-night defeat by her staff to explain away failure. As reported in the campaign book "Shattered," by Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes, Clinton refused to take responsibility for her defeat, and the day after her concession, top officials gathered “to engineer the case that the election wasn’t entirely on the up-and-up.… Already, Russian hacking was the centerpiece of the argument."

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If only you knew how far you just put your foot down your mouth……..

Little do you realize that I'm merely a fixated person regarding political news, but I'm completely obsessed with bellybutton odor news and collapsing carport news.



Sitcoms were never good.


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'Maid For Us was pretty good


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It's crazy how big this thing felt up inside of my nostril. It wasn't very easy to access and obtain. In retrospect, it seems like a lot of work for nothing.

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National security expert Samantha Vinograd has warned that there is “still a chance that Vladimir Putin is controlling” President Donald Trump’s White House.

Vinograd, who previously worked on the National Security Council and for the Treasury Department, told CNN that after former acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe said Tuesday that he had briefed leaders of Congress—half of whom were Republicans—on the FBI's investigation of Trump and none had raised objections, she wondered if the investigation has continued.

“Is that investigation still ongoing? McCabe has said that the president’s moves to undercut investigations, to believe Vladimir Putin over his own intelligence officials, to make personnel decisions based on Russia-related matters all led to this investigation,” Vinograd pointed out.


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Joseph “Jose” Alcoff. The 36-year-old has worked as a payday campaign manager for Americans for Financial Reform since 2016. Look at that empty stare.



He's the Smash Racism DC organizer that has targetted tucker's family.


No shit, and I can't wait until ww3 with Russia and China where they kill every single one of you kikes



Cringe. As if the 2 million npcs spamming everything their masters spoon fed them wasn't enough. You have never made one creative or funny post, you just see something get 5000 uplikes on mcreddit and then go huh huh I'm gonna be popular beavis huh huh im gonna copy and paste huh huh

Kill yourself Alex wljttnna you blonde mullet giant forehead gross pedo faggot who posts on cow despite the fact that people who don't know what cow is all share your pictures the same way. I have been in a room with ten people passing around a phone with your ugly picture on it dying of laughter , then you post "hehe epic win, for the lulz, we owned them! We are legion! We got the libtards right Milo? Kek."

Commit. Fucking. Suicide.


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PepsiCo has kicked off a round of layoffs as it begins a four-year restructuring plan that is expected to cost the company hundreds of millions of dollars in severance pay.

This week, PepsiCo employees in offices including Plano, Texas, and the company's headquarters in Purchase, New York, were alerted that they are being laid off, according to two people who were directly impacted by the layoffs. These two workers were granted anonymity in order to speak frankly without risking professional ramifications.



>without risking professional ramifications.

like getting laid off?




actual rational


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Just zionist mobsters chopping the ballast off before the debt usury bubble takes the economy out. Also making room for fresh new 3rd world slaves.


Every week, more than 10,000 prisoners are released from America’s state and federal prisons, equating to more than 650,000 ex-prisoners annually reintegrating into society, according to the U.S. Department of Justice. However, recidivism rates are extremely high with approximately two-thirds of ex-prisoners being rearrested within three years of release, according to the Recidivism Center. It’s estimated that nine million offenders return to prison annually.

Most ex-prisoners will return to the same communities they lived and socialized in before their arrest. In many cases, these are neighborhoods that have high rates of poverty and crime, leaving many residents feeling disenfranchised from society with little access to social support programs.

Many ex-prisoners are limited to working inconsistent, low-wage jobs – such as in construction or manufacturing – that make it incredibly difficult to support themselves and their families. In addition, ex-prisoners are often mandated to pay further penalties including parole supervision fees, court costs, restitution, child support, drug-testing fees, counseling fees, and more.

To complicate matters further, finding employment opportunities can be especially challenging because many offenders have limited work histories. According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, more than one third of all prisoners were unemployed at the time of arrest.




>thinks felons want to reintegrate into a society they refused to be a part of in the first place

If anything, we would rather disintegrate society







Lmao please. You're only bumping this nothing story bc you're trying to slide getting btfo in the Mueller/Barr report thread.



Because it's not justice served, public saved and prisoners rehabilitated, it's jews served, public robbed and prisoners further dehumanized.

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Mount Everest expedition operators are discovering an increasing number of dead bodies of climbers that were previously frozen in ice, and the warming temperatures point to the impacts of climate change.

The spring climbing season has begun, and the melting and thinning of the glaciers in the Everest region is apparent. According to a report by CNN, bodies from British expeditions in the 1970s were recently found, and in 2017 the hand of a dead climber appeared above the ground.

Operators at Mount Everest have faced a number of issues with modern expeditions, including the increasing amount of litter and human waste left behind by decades of mountaineering, as well as concerns of overcrowding. Some estimate that the amount of human waste on the mountain could weigh up to 14 tons, and some have even dubbed it a 'fecal time bomb.'

Mount Everest is the world's highest mountain, and it is thought that around 300 people have died attempting to conquer it. It is estimated that 200 bodies are still on the mountain, which presents an expensive challenge to the mountain operators. Removing a dead body can cost up to $80,000, and most have been surfacing at the Khumbu icefall, which a glacier that loops around the mountain and is known as one of the most dangerous parts of the climb.


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FIND Mark Wiering


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>FIND Mark Wiering2


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Just last year, a federal judge ruled against the administration’s move to end temporary legal status for immigrants from Central America, Haiti and Sudan because Trump’s “shithole countries” remark suggested the policy was motivated by ethnic or racial bias.

Trump has repeatedly complained that he keeps losing in court because of “Obama judges,” but numerous Republican-appointed judges have reached the same conclusions as those appointed by Trump’s predecessor.

Four judges have ruled against the Trump administration’s move to end DACA protections for more than 700,000 immigrants, for example, including two judges appointed by George W. Bush. Three judges in different states ruled against the Commerce Department’s attempt to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census. Four judges in different states all ruled against the Department of Health and Human Services' attempt to eliminate federal funding for some teen pregnancy programs.

In the HHS case, Washington U.S. District Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson wrote that the agency’s inability to provide justification for its abstinence-only stance made her decision “quite easy.”

“This much is clear: A federal agency that changes course abruptly without a well-reasoned explanation for its decision or that acts contrary to its own regulations is subject to having a federal court vacate its action as ‘arbitrary [and] capricious,’ ” she said, referencing a key part of the Administrative Procedure Act.

Even proponents of the administration’s rule changes, particularly those rolling back federal environmental regulations, complained that the administration was doing such a bad job in court that it actually set their entire agenda back.

Seth Jaffe, who has represented numerous corporations in environmental cases, told the Post he was optimistic about Trump’s deregulation push, but said the administration’s moves and losses in court have “given regulatory reform a bad name.”

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It sounds like a covfefe emergy



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"US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo tells CBN News he believes God may be using President Donald Trump to help defend the Jewish state of Israel."

"On March 21st President Donald Trump upended decades of American policy by announcing—on Twitter, of course—that he did not expect Israel to do so, either. “After 52 years it is time for the United States to fully recognize Israel’s Sovereignty over the Golan Heights, which is of critical strategic and security importance to the State of Israel and Regional Stability!” read Mr Trump’s tweet."



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To be completely Fair, Pompeo didn't actually make this statement. He was on Christian Broadcasting Network, where are the interviewers are delusional Christians (anybody who believes that Jesus ever existed is delusional) and the delusional host tried to put the words into his mouth in the form of a question.

Pompeo simply answered by saying because he's a Christian, he believes that might be a possibility:

In an interview in Jerusalem, the Christian Broadcast Network's Chris Mitchell asked Pompeo, "could it be that President Trump right now has been sort of raised for such a time as this, just like Queen Esther, to help save the Jewish people from the Iranian menace?" Esther is the main heroine of the Jewish holiday of Purim, which was celebrated this week.

"As a Christian, I certainly believe that's possible," Pompeo said.


Anybody who believes in God can be cured of that insanity by looking at the world around us. If there was a god, Trump wouldn't be president.


If there was a god, Trump would have never been born





Far-right extremism poses the biggest security threat to northern England, a counter-terrorism expert has warned.

Speaking anonymously to BBC News, the former Home Office specialist said the threat of right-wing terrorism was not being taken seriously.

Last year, the highest number of right-wing referrals to counter-terrorism programme Prevent came from the north.

The government said it recognised far-right extremism was an emerging threat.

However, the UK's security services said extreme Islamist-based terrorism remained the country's most pressing national security concern.

'Planning violence'

In the aftermath of the Christchurch mosque shootings in New Zealand, "Simon" - who worked as a counter-terrorism specialist for the Home Office - said the north of England faced a growing danger from far-right extremists and neo-Nazis.

"We've got former mill towns and cities across the north where this ideology, that white people are supposedly superior to everyone else, is growing and becoming more entrenched.

"I've no doubt that there are far-right extremists across the north who are planning to use violence to target Muslim or Jewish communities.

"They'll harbour the ambition to copy what happened in Christchurch.

He added: "We've already seen in Yorkshire how this extreme ideology has been used to target members of Parliament."

Labour MP Jo Cox was murdered in her West Yorkshire constituency in 2016 by Thomas Mair, who was described in court as a lonely Nazi sympathiser.

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Yeah I remember that far right Englishman blowing up a score or two of teenage girls at a concert in Manchester recently.

Fucking looneytoons.



>american doesn't know there are 10 million muslims in the US and that entire cities are being turned muslim

Keep focussing on other countries though, makes it easier for them to take you over while you aren't looking or doing anything about it.



Because posting about England's decline into shithole country means you must want open doors in the US…



>Last year, the highest number of right-wing referrals to counter-terrorism programme Prevent came from the north.

North? What's that? Do you mean NORF?


real news

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The Politics Of The Mueller Report

One big question, now that special counsel Robert Mueller has filed his report, is what the process of revealing Mueller’s findings will mean politically, which is a separate question from what additional legal issues might emerge. It may take a true bombshell — like, perhaps, a conclusion that the president did obstruct justice, or a full and explicit exoneration of the president from Mueller — to change Democrats’ and Republicans’ minds about how favorably they view Mueller and how trustworthy they find him.

That’s because views of the special counsel have become increasingly polarized since Mueller was appointed in May 2017.

Republicans in particular have grown more suspicious of Mueller — perhaps thanks to Trump’s frequent denunciations of the special counsel investigation as a politically motivated “witch hunt.” Today, Republicans are much more inclined to believe that Mueller’s investigation is unfair than they were when he was appointed.

This is not to say that these numbers can’t change, especially if some important new information emerges in the coming weeks or months. In late 2018, after Mueller’s team indicted a number of people and Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to lying to Congress as part of Mueller’s investigation, the percentage of Republicans who believed the probe was fair increased a bit. And if the results of Mueller’s probe are sufficiently damning, impeachment isn’t off the table. According to a poll conducted last month, 61 percent of Americans support impeachment if Mueller concludes that Trump authorized collusion with Russia, and 65 percent support impeachment if Mueller concludes that Trump obstructed justice.

But in terms of large-scale political ramifications like impeachment, it will likely take something big and dramatic to truly move the needle. As it stands now, Mueller’s investigation hasn’t been a political game-changer — either by providing fodder to House Democrats to begin considering impeachment proceedings against the president, or by officially clearing Trump’s name. This is important because Mueller, although he didn’t have unified suppPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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She smashed her mobile phones with a hammer. After the FBI subpoenad them.

She didnt use a hammer on the server she used bleachbit to wipe the servers.

Bleachbit even uses Hillary in their advertising now.




it was actually a technician at Platte River Networks (PRN) who used BleachBit to delete the emails (which indeed had already been stored by the NSA, and could easily be retrieved by the NSA out of storage)

And there was no server that was smashed.

It was two smartphones, both of which were smashed with a hammer by one of her many assistants.


Bumping the real Mueller thread. Reminder: this all could have been avoided if President Trump had just hired him to replace Comey.


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HOW TO GET A DECENT PAYING JOB AND SAVE MONEY: >>>/prepare/40 | https:// archive.fo/4vGvc

https:// web.archive.org/web/20180924174348/https:// 8ch.net/prepare/res/40.html

In light of President Trump’s executive order directing government agencies to restrict and remove federal research funding from universities that infringe on students’ rights to free speech, Campus Reform compiled existing government data to determine exactly how much federal research money is doled out each year.

The National Science Foundation, a government agency, produces annual spending reports regarding government-funded research in higher education. Campus Reform analyzed the numerous sets of data from 2017 and created a single report with the most relevant statistics to create a reader-friendly, comprehensive document.

Readers can identify what an individual state spends on “Research & Development” (R&D) and what percentage of that number is comprised of federal, state, and institution dollars, among other categories.

Each state and American territory can be found in the report along with what public and private colleges in that state receive in total R&D funding versus all federal funding. The report also details which colleges in each state and territory receive federal R&D funding and how much funding was received in 2017.

This Campus Reform report can be viewed below. For an interactive version of the report, click here:


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RELATED: >>>/n/759562

Following the major weekend development of Moscow unambiguously asserting its 'red line' concerning potential US military intervention in Venezuela, for which Russia sent a military transport plane filled with Russian troops which landed in Caracas Saturday, new satellite images reveal a major deployment of S-300 air defense missile systems to a key airbase south of Caracas.

Crucially the Russian An-124 transport plane which touched down in Caracas on Saturday carried no less than Russian General Vasily Tonkoshkurov, identified as chief of the Main Staff of the Ground Forces and First Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Land Forces of Russia, accompanied by 99 servicemen and 35 tons of cargo.

As we reported the flight came just days after a high-level meeting in Rome last week, during which Russia reiterated a grave warning to the US – Moscow will not tolerate American military intervention to topple the Venezuelan government with whom it is allied - thus it appears Russia is taking no chances with its South American ally.

One of those warnings delivered directly by Russia’s deputy foreign minister Sergei Ryabkov to US “special envoy” on Venezuelan affairs Elliot Abrams is understood to have been that no American military intervention in Venezuela will be tolerated by Moscow.

And just a day following the contingency of Russia troops landing in Caracas, Maduro's National Bolivarian Armed Forces have reportedly activated S-300 missiles after completing military drills that previously took place in February.

The professional monitoring service Image Satellite International (or Image Sat) has published satellite imagery it analyzed, showing additional S-300 missiles that have been deployed to the Captain Manuel Rios Airbase in the Guarico state of Venezuela.

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real news

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Celebrity lawyer Michael Avenatti was arrested Monday on charges that he tried to extort up to $25 million from Nike by threatening to drive the athletic apparel giant's market capitalization down by $10 billion by releasing damaging information.

Avenatti also is charged in a separate federal case out of Los Angeles, where he is accused of embezzling a client's money "in order to pay his own expenses and debts" of himself, his law firm and coffee company, and of "defrauding a bank in Mississippi," prosecutors said.

The famously aggressive litigator had represented porn star Stormy Daniels in lawsuits against President Donald Trump and his former lawyer Michael Cohen related to a non-disclosure agreement she signed on the eve of the 2016 presidential election to keep quiet about her alleged affair with Trump in exchange for a $130,000 payment.


In one call to Nike's attorney on March 20, Avenatti declared what would happen if his demands were not met, according to the complaint filed on Monday.

'I'll go take ten billion dollars off your client's market cap,' Avenatti allegedly said during the call.

He later noted: 'I'm not fucking around.'

One day before that call, Avenatti allegedly told those same attorneys that he would release damaging information about the company unless they agreed to make multimillion-dollar payments to himself and a second defendant.

That second defendant is listed as a cooperating witness and not identified in the filings, though it is stated that he is a male and a lawyer who represents high profile clients.

It was that individual who first reached out to Nike and the company's lawyers back on March 13.

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BE PREPARED: >>>/prepare/1 | https:// archive.fo/IoKi1

https:// web.archive.org/web/20190222165619/https:// 8ch.net/prepare/res/1.html

Why are non-law-enforcement agencies of the Federal government arming up? Nearly a dozen federal agencies are greatly increasing their budget to acquire more arms and ammunition. Why? One would think a civil war is coming. Here are the details.


Civil war is coming. And when it gets really bad: China, Russia invade.

Maybe they are preparing for the Red Dawn! They want THEIR families to be protected, to hell with the rest of us!

Your just finding out about this now? This has been going on for at least 10 years and counting. The post office ordered millions of rounds of ammo for guns they don't even have, the EPA did the same as did the Library of Congress. All these were out in the open back in the early 2000's, so the SSA, VA, etc. buying guns and ammo is old news. What about the National Parks Service buying armored cars, MRAP's, not that long ago, do they need them to stop an armed rebellion by the bears and bisons? While I may have some of the agencies listed incorrectly, the basic information is sound and has been known by most of the awake people for a long time.

It's called 'police state'. Classic sign the Federal government is afraid of We the people. Soon they'll be coming for the guns. And are the alphabet agencies part of the Federal government subject to the constitution, or separate independent dangling appendages of it, separate and apart, kinda like Ford corporation makes cars and that's it's purpose, but owns as a subsidiary a parts manufacture whose mission is different and which operates autonomously. Yep. My guess is all these alphabet agencies are rogue operations functioning independently of federal government authority. There is a link between DJT, Jared Kushner, Benjamin Netanyahu, George Soros, HPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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Now for some REAL doom porn…. and I want everyone to think very hard about this and look into these links below and ask themselves WHY would they be doing this? …….



Extensive List Of Weather Modification Patents: https://archive.fo/WLAv4


Weather as a Force Multiplier: Owning the Weather in 2025: https://archive.org/details/WeatherAsAForceMultiplier


Harvard Scientific Paper Details Entire Geo-Engineering Program Using Jet Aircraft: https://archive.fo/jKSGu


Mainstream Media Admits Governments CAN Modify Weather: https://archive.fo/e8SPm

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CIA Admits Weather Modification Can Be Used As A Military Weapon: https://archive.fo/ujPEG

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They are planning something alright, and it ain't very kind. It may actually be worldwide genocide of the Western World. And they not only want us disarmed, thats only half of it, they want us to be killed off over time too. By any means necessary!


Don't forget to take your government mandated vaccines for good goy points.



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British Prime Minister Theresa May will be replaced in the next few days with a pro-Brexit leader, according to reports.

Members of her cabinet are preparing a coup to oust her, with The Sunday Times reporting that at least 11 cabinet ministers want her gone by Monday.

BREAKING NEWS: “A full blown cabinet coup is under way tonight to remove U.K. PM Theresa May” a reporter from U.K. outlet ‘The Sun’ is reporting, adding that cabinet ministers are planning to confront May on Monday, to try and replace her w/ someone who wants to ‘deliver BREXIT’

— BNL NEWS (@BreakingNLive) March 23, 2019

Sky News reports:


Her de facto deputy David Lidington has been named as her potential caretaker replacement, while several are said to be ready to throw their weight behind Michael Gove.

Her former policy adviser George Freeman tweeted it was “all over for the PM”, adding: “She’s done her best. But across the country you can see the anger.

“Everyone feels betrayed. Government’s gridlocked. Trust in democracy collapsing. This can’t go on. We need a new PM who can reach out (and) build some sort of coalition for a PlanB.”

Former education secretary Nicky Morgan told The Sunday Telegraph cabinet ministers should tell her “it’s time to go” while Steve Baker says potential leadership contenders should “act now”.


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Like I said, conservative women aren't women to them. A fucking man in a dress can be woman so long as he fellates libshit ideology. But a conservative woman? Just another example of internalised misogyny


Good! prefix confirms russian origin. Probably RT.



"Good" "Bad!" "Boom!" and "Wham!" is all one person hyping up the titled headlines. Actually this is as AMERICANA as you can get.

Most people don't remember newspapers back in the day (40s and 50s) with headlines like "Shocking! Crazed Man Stabs Wife To Death!" … that was what many regular news headlines looked like during the Americana era.


You could replace her with a pile of dogshit and still be ahead.



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