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John Oriel
Retired engineer, digital systems, hardware & software, project planning and cost estimating, technical specifications
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John Fetterman Nov 14
Let me be πŸ’― clear: Over 6M votes cast, there’s exactly 2 cases of criminal voter fraud in PA. πŸ‘‰ Luzerne Republican voting for a dead mom πŸ‘΅πŸ»πŸ’€πŸ—³ πŸ‘‰ Chester Republican voting for a live democrat son. πŸ‘¨πŸ»β€πŸ¦²πŸ‘©πŸ»β€πŸ¦²πŸ—³ 10 days of every Republican frenetically searching: TWO CASES.
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John Oriel 13h
I read those were lawsuits, not criminal actions. The Manhattan District is looking into a criminal tax evasion charge over consulting fees paid to his daughter who is also an employee of the firm.
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John Oriel Nov 25
One could also argue that returning the funds before Congress' goal has been achieved is a form of misappropriation.
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John Oriel Nov 25
When the Congress appropriates funds for a particular purpose, they're not just granting permission to spend the funds; it's a mandate to spend those funds to fulfill an objective. Return of a large part of the funds is evidence that the program's executive has failed.
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John Oriel Nov 25
States should be pursuing criminal child abuse and endangerment charges against both field personnel and bureaucrats responsible for issuing and following such illegal orders.
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John Oriel Nov 25
Replying to @InSpiteOfTrump
Raffensperger is an engineer; to build things that work properly he's constrained by Nature to filter out the nonsense and act only on facts.
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John Oriel Nov 25
Replying to @InSpiteOfTrump
Before he moves forward with this initiative, I would recommend that President Trump first review the history of James Garfield and Charles Guiteau and how it resulted in the passage of the Pendleton Act. As Mark Twain said, "History doesn't repeat, but it rhymes."
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John Oriel Nov 25
Replying to @BombshellDAILY
Can't fix the laws without the go-ahead from Georgia voters in January. New voters in Georgia register to vote NOW!
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John Oriel Nov 25
Replying to @dbrownnh
Feudalism lives on.
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John Oriel Nov 24
Replying to @Scaramucci
He's been seriously mentally ill all along.
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John Oriel Nov 24
I see you're sharing Donald's delusions of grandeur.
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John Oriel Nov 24
Replying to @CREWcrew
He also must be made to pay for the sorting machines he ordered destroyed.
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John Oriel Nov 24
Replying to @KeithOlbermann
Before this episode is over, we'll have lost as many American lives as in World War II, and the fascists this time are here living among us. World War II style justice is definitely called for.
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John Oriel Nov 24
Replying to @KeithOlbermann
Something was wrong with the link. Try this one:
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John Oriel Nov 24
The GOP wants to privatize nearly every job in the government. I've long seen it as a scheme to sidestep the civil service rules and bring back the spoils system.
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John Oriel Nov 24
Replying to @RBReich
Romney is a dinosaur from the time when we had liberals and conservatives in both parties.
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John Oriel Nov 24
Clear evidence he's having delusions of grandeur. Trump has threatened all along that the market would crash if Joe was elected. So Joe won and the market went up. A normal person would be embarrassed, but not Trump. He claims he caused it, and tries to take credit for it!
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John Oriel Nov 24
Replying to @CREWcrew
It's good to just let him make a monkey of himself.
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John Oriel Nov 24
It goes back even further than Reagan. Norman Vincent Peale got involved in the 1952 election. He was the founder of what evolved into the "prosperity gospel." Adlai Steven said of Peale, "As a Christian, I find Paul appealing and Peale appalling."
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John Oriel Nov 24
Replying to @CREWcrew
Delusions of grandeur
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