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Four companies get Department of Justice permission to cooperate to bring personal-protective equipment into the United States.

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Source Document: Letter from U.S. Department of Justice Assistant Attorney General Makan Delrahim regarding personal-protective equipment (PPE). Four U.S. companies get U.S Department of Justice permission to work together to bring personal-protective equipment (PPE) into the United States. In an 11-page letter, Assistant Attorney General Makan Delrahim said the companies working together to find PPE..

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Federal Bureau of Prisons failing to monitor terrorist inmates despite the proven danger to the public

Source Document: https://oig.justice.gov/reports/2020/a20042.pdf#page=2 The Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) fails to monitor and prevent terrorist inmates in its custody from being further radicalized or communicating with terror suspects and terror cells throughout the world as required by the agency's policies and procedures, according to an audit by the Justice Department Office of Inspector General. Fundamental..

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Sen. Chuck Schumer conspirator or useful idiot?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XCtIdpBocNA The Washington Examiner today is reporting that fired FBI agent Peter Strzok thought the CIA was leaking false information to damage President Trump in late 2016 and early 2017. Sen. Chuck Schumer seems to know of the FBI's and CIA's efforts to unwind an election? In response to Junk Journalists Rachell Maddow's questioning regarding..

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Obama Administration Appears to Have Violated the National Environmental Policy Act In Implementation of DACA

The Obama administration's second-term decision to change deportation policies for nearly one millions illegal immigrant children without an environmental assessment appears to violate the requirements of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). The act, approved under Republican President Richard Nixon, requires federal departments assess the environmental impact of their proposed policy changes. Despite repeated attempts to..

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