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  1. The Mayor of Leah

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    Wow.....that was super easy. The only thing wrong is the statement itself.

    4 U.S.C. Section 1,2, and 3

    If you wouldn't mind directing me to the section that supports your statement, I'd be forever grateful.

    We don't decorate the flag, Dr. Bns.

    No. It's me challenging your statement that "it's a military flag".

    As for the rest of your posts to me.....let's deal with the first thing, first. It is, after all, the basis for my position.

    If, as you say, the yellow fringe denotes the ensign in question as a military flag.....why is it on display in courtrooms, Congress and other non military settings?

    There is only one official flag.

    So no......it isn't that easy.

    I'm extremely busy. I will check back and respond as time permits.
     
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  2. DJ4SC

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    Don’t you find it a little bit suspect that our courts are using a symbol that has only been used in maritime? The only “official” flag noted anywhere for the United States is a flag without any edging on it.
    I won’t pretend to know the meaning of all aspects of its use but I do find it strange that there is more than one flag being used and one of them doesn’t have any business being used on land. So what gives? I guess that’s why we are here.
     
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  3. Troianus Acies

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    I find the flag dilemma to be very interesting. I first heard of this issue several years ago and half bought in to the decoration theory for years.

    When the issue came up again and I decided to take another look at the meaning of this fringe. around the flag. The argument that the fringe denoting a military flag (based upon long standing maritime law) places us under martial or military law has many documents to support this use of the flag. I have (personally) thought, why have a different flag to proclaim that what it flies over is sovereign and under the laws of the United States and the Constitution? I also thought (I.M.H.O.) that the Uniform Code of Military Justice used for military court proceedings could easily be conducted under the same flag by simply and clearly stating the different rules that apply in the Universal Code of Military Justice from the rules of civilian courts. (Though uncommon, a person can be tried for the same crime in a state or civil court as well as a military court since both court systems are considered separate.)

    With the issue of martial law having to be put in place, (I.M.H.O.) I again could see no reason to alter the flag to indicate that martial law was in place with the exception of the flag being flown when used under maritime law (on U.S. registered ships) or at embassies and territories occupied by the United States in foreign locations. That, in my view, was the only time our flag should carry a fringe indicating Martial Law was currently in place rather than the nations civilian laws.

    I could not find documents, regulations or history that supported the fringe as being simply decoration on the flag. But, I did find documents, regulations and history supporting the maritime issue of flagging and the land mass territorial issue of flagging. This issue along with the Mocking Bird issue, the Deep State Shadow government issues, the continued release of documented facts and testimony regarding the greatest criminal corruption in the history of the United States, the hidden five eyes agendas, the uncontrolled C.I.A., the weaponizing of ABC agencies against citizens and opponents, the infiltration of socialist (globalist) indoctrination into education, the infiltration of socialist (globalist) indoctrination into local, state and government agencies have all led me to believe that anything is possible when money, power, politics, and elitism is in play.

    If I had to choose...I would opt for the flag without a fringe indicating we operate under the U.S. Constitution for all citizens of the United States and if you must have a fringe...that flag would be used only for court martial of all criminal, corrupt, enemies of the United States both foreign and domestic as a warning against those who would attempt to destroy our freedom, liberty, or our form of government held accountable by and for the people.
     
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  4. DJ4SC

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    President Donald Trump’s former campaign foreign policy advisor Dr. Walid Phares says he will be demanding documents that led to an intrusive investigation into his life during the Department of Justice’s former Special Counsel investigation into the Trump campaign.

    He first revealed his intentions to request the classified documentation on Thursday’s episode of “The Sara Carter Show” podcast.


    Last week, The New York Times published what Phares describes as a “smear piece” outlining that in 2017 he was “investigated by the (Robert) Mueller probe” over his alleged ties to the Egyptian government.

    Phares is just one of five associates to the campaign that were under Mueller’s microscope. That group included Carter Page, Paul Manafort, George Papadopoulos, and Michael Flynn. Although they all had different roles, they were alleged to all have been working for foreign nations to influence an election and an administration.

    All five names were mentioned in the memo signed by the then-Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein that allowed for Mueller to probe those individuals, only Phares’ name was redacted in its later public release.

    “I’m still under shock trying to digest what had happened to me. As you just mentioned. It was revealed to me through an article published by the hit piece, actually by The New York Times, the end of May came to my surprise,” Phares told Carter.

    “Never heard from them,” Phares explained. “I learned from The New York Times that there was a redacted part of that initial memo that started the Russia investigation that had my name. I didn’t see it yet. So by the way, there I am going to be asking the DOJ to give me that document I want to see. What did they say about me? Imagine, For four years, a U. S citizen has been investigating. Nobody told him. What was it about?”


    Phares added that he previously testified in 2017 before the Senate and House Intelligence about the “so-called Russia connection to the Trump campaign.” However, there was never any follow up.

    Dr. Phares emphasized that he’s consulted the U.S. intelligence community on terrorism threats for decades and that’s probably why he was investigated.

    He detailed to Carter his history with the U.S. intelligence community.

    “I have been working with probably about two to 3000 intelligence community analysts on counterterrorism on the threat facing America,” he said. “I served twice as a national security adviser, foreign policy adviser to presidential, you know, candidates. So I was aware and have the knowledge of what was going on in terms of threats against America.”

    “This was the reason probably there was a party out there which is not still in the under the light that was not very happy with my position with regard to the Iran deal. I’ll talk about that in a second. with my position with regard to the partnership with the Muslim Brotherhood,” he added. “It’s all about foreign policy. Most likely, I was put under this investigation because somebody somewhere some lobby pressured and introduced does against me, which, after investigation authorities found that there was nothing. It was probably prepared by my political enemies..”

    https://saraacarter.com/fmr-trump-advisor-to-demand-documents-regarding-muellers-investigation/
     
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  5. DJ4SC

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    (FOX 9) - A Minnesota State Senator and doctor known for disputing government-reported fatality data related to COVID-19 says he is being investigated by the Minnesota State Board of Medical Practice in Minnesota.

    In a Facebook video Sunday, Dr. Scott Jensen, a Republican state senator for Carver County and a family medicine doctor, said he was “ticked” to receive notice from the state that he was being investigated.


    Jensen said he is being investigated for public statements he made “spreading misinformation” about death certificates and COVID-19 on a news program and “provided reckless advice” comparing COVID-19 and influenza.


    Jensen has been a vocal critic of Minnesota’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, including disputing the reported death totals, disputing future modeling of the virus and comparing the virus to influenza.


    In the video, Jensen said he was “trying to provide some context for the flu, for COVID-19.”

    He took particular issue with COVID-19’s place on death certificates, saying that too many death cases where COVID-19 was “assumed to have caused or if it contributed” were listed as COVID-19 deaths. He pointed to medical guidelines that say the virus should not be listed unless the patient was confirmed positive.

    Jensen said the Medical Practice Board does “important work” and said he plans to “fully cooperate with them,” but went on to say that he feels targeted by anonymous complainants. He lamented the fact that he was not allowed to know who complained about him.

    “I don’t know what to tell ya,” he said in the video. “I just know this is wrong.”

    The Board of Medical Practice is made up of 16 members, including 11 physicians and five members of the general public who are appointed by the Governor. The board works with the Minnesota Attorney General’s Office when reviewing complaints against physicians, the Board’s web page says.

    Most complaints are about competency, impairment or chemical abuse, sexual misconduct and inappropriate prescribing, the Board’s website says.

    https://www.fox9.com/news/minnesota-state-senator-known-for-questioning-covid-19-death-count-says-hes-being-investigated-by-the-state
     
  6. FIGHTONSC

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    That old saying that “figures don’t lie, but liars figure”

    The stats have been and will continue to be manipulated by the Left to keep Covid artificially deadly and scary until November 3. The same way the MSM downplayed the effectiveness of Hydroxychloriquine.
     
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  7. DJ4SC

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    I’m sure by then the Doddering Old Fool will have a 30 point lead in the polls too.

    Meanwhile the dingbat continues her assault on conservatives with never questioning the lies of the left. Conservative my ass.
     
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  8. DJ4SC

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    A Jeffrey Epstein accuser called the arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell “one of the best days of my life,” and said the disgraced financier's ex-girlfriend sobbed loudly in court -- a claim disputed by reporters.

    The British socialite was arrested Thursday in New Hampshire on charges that she acted as a recruiter of underage girls for Epstein, usually under the guise of hiring them to perform massages, and sometimes participated in his sexual abuse of the teens.

    “This day to me has been like one of the best days of my life. I have not stopped smiling and crying happy tears,” Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who said she was trafficked by Epstein and forced to have sex with Prince Andrew on three occasions nearly 20 years ago, told “60 Minutes Australia.


    Maxwell faced six federal charges stemming from accusations from three women who said she not only recruited and groomed them for Epstein, but sexually abused minors as well. Investigators said Epstein killed himself in a New York City jail cell last August.

    During Maxwell’s remote appearance before a federal magistrate in New Hampshire hours after her arrest Thursday, Giuffre said she smiled when she heard “a very loud British woman screaming, ‘Why is this happening? How is this happening? How could this happen?’ — and just crying her eyes out.”

    The sob claim has been disputed, DailyMail.com suggested. The report noted Maxwell did not sound like she had been crying.

    Giuffre called Maxwell “the wicked one.”


    “She is just the most narcissistic, evil, vain woman I have ever known, and she’s finally been knocked off her pedestal!” Giuffre told the show.

    She also said Maxwell “ruined so many lives — she belongs in jail.”


    In court papers filed last Thursday, prosecutors said she went into hiding after Epstein’s arrest last year and took steps to avoid detection before she was apprehended in New Hampshire.

    In a memo requesting that she remain jailed until her trial, prosecutors said Maxwell, 58, was linked to more than 15 bank accounts with balances ranging from hundreds of thousands of dollars to more than $20 million.

    She was being held without bail in New Hampshire and previously denied any wrongdoing.

    Furthermore, they said, she had citizenship in France, where she was born; the United Kingdom, where she has long-lived; and the U.S., where she was naturalized in 2002, and had passports from all three countries.

    As law enforcement had closed in on Epstein, Maxwell continued to travel frequently, prosecutors said, making at least 15 international flights in the last three years to places including the U.K., Japan, and Qatar before ending up in a home on a 156-acre property in Bradford, New Hampshire, which was purchased for over $1 million in cash through a limited liability corporation last December.


    That’s where she was arrested.

    “Prince Andrew should be panicking at the moment because Ghislaine doesn’t really care about anyone else but Ghislaine,” Giuffre said. The British royal has denied allegations of any sexual misconduct.


    https://www.foxnews.com/us/jeffrey-epstein-accuser-calls-ghislaine-maxwell-arrest-one-of-the-best-days-of-my-life-sob-claim-disputed
     
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  9. CrownoftheValley

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    Epstein didn't kill himself!
     
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    I hear the sound of a locomotive coming down a track and headed for Dr. Jensen. The train is owned by the D.N.C. and the coming attempt at railroading Dr Jensen is fully supported by the Deep State, anarchist, left wing, liberal traitors of America.
     
  11. DJ4SC

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    I don’t think the DNC has looked in the rear view mirror.....


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    I still haven't seen her mugshot. I thought mugshots are public record?
     
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    There are a few articles on that very subject. This is going to be a very different case I suspect.
    I do know that the jail has said she’s there.
     
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    Haven't we been under martial law since December of 2017? Haven't we seen numerous people suggest that the anti-Trump conspirators would be tried in military courts? So why would you folks suddenly consider signs of this as somehow ominous?

    There are a few issues I have with this whole path. First, is the automatic assumption that we have gold fringed flags in all our courts. Has anyone actually bothered to confirm this, or is everyone doing a Chicken Little routine, here? If the courts really were following military justice procedures, don't you think people would have noticed?

    Second is the assumption that everyone is paying enough attention to flag etiquette that all displays of gold fringe are done with specific intent attached. Most people display gold-fringed flags because they think it's pretty.

    Third, and perhaps most importantly, is the implication that military justice is somehow extra-constitutional. It's not. The military justice system was created by Congress under the authority granted it by Article I Section 8. The UCMJ was passed by Congress and signed into law by the President (Truman, not Eisenhower).

    Sure: 4 U.S.C Ch. 1 § 10 Modification of rules and customs by President:

    "Any rule or custom pertaining to the display of the flag of the United States of America, set forth herein, may be altered, modified, or repealed, or additional rules with respect thereto may be prescribed, by the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces of the United States, whenever he deems it to be appropriate or desirable; and any such alteration or additional rule shall be set forth in a proclamation."​

    Which is what justified Eisenhower to issue his executive order in 1959, with the addition to statehood of Hawaii. Among other things, that E.O. specifies the display of 50 stars and the manner in which the 50 are to be displayed, instead of the the 48 required in 4 U.S.C.

    As for the "we don't decorate the flag" assertion... sure we do. People do all sorts of things to and with the flag as an exercise of their free speech. For example, since the sixties, they've worn it as clothing, in spite of the fact that it's prohibited. (Amendment I trumps 4 U.S.C.)

    Now, can you show us where the courts are directed to display a flag with gold fringe, and for what purpose?
     
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    I think these are two different things as the gold fringe on flags issue has been around for sometime and not just since 2017.
    Another thing is they’re not “anti Trump conspirators, they are traitors to the Republic a Republic under duress because of the very topic we are discussing.

    As I pointed out above, on this particular topic, I haven’t had time to do more research but yes, I’ve seen these flags used. I even remember them at my school but we all know how our education system is top notch, right?

    There is certainly something to this and not just a coincidence.
     
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