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Several Members Of The Committee Say, Ornato, Not Hutchinson, Is The One With Credibility Problems

“But several members of the select panel say Ornato, not Hutchinson, is the one with credibility problems — and have moved to publicly preempt any doubts he might raise.

“There seems to be a major thread here… Tony Ornato likes to lie,” Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.) tweeted Thursday after another former Trump White House official, Alyssa Farah, questioned Ornato’s honesty.

Rep. Stephanie Murphy (D-Fla.), another Jan. 6 committee member, said in a Wednesday interview with NBC that Ornato “did not have as clear of memories from this period of time” as Hutchinson did.

Their comments, echoed by other select panel lawmakers and aides, came as the committee began rallying around Hutchinson after her testimony painted a picture of an out-of-control Trump that raised new questions about his culpability for the events of Jan. 6.“


Change Is Gonna Come...Yes It Will

Don't Despair.

Another Conversation Ornato Says Never Happened

“Pence told Giebels: "I'm not getting in the car, Tim."

"I trust you, Tim, but you're not driving the car. If I get in that vehicle, you guys are taking off. I'm not getting in the car," he said.
The Pences went to a secure underground area to wait out the riot. At the White House, senior official Keith Kellogg reportedly discussed Pence with Tony Ornato, who "oversaw Secret Service movements."

Ornato told Kellogg that Pence's security detail was planning to move him to Joint Base Andrews but Kellogg told Ornato to leave Pence where he was because Pence was determined to stay and finish the job.

Through a spokesperson, Ornato told the book's authors that this conversation did not take place.”


THe initial story was in the Leoning/Rucker book.

So who's the liar?

And I'd like to know the name of the agent who was driving the car they wanted Pence to get into.

"Austin vows to maintain military's access to abortion despite end of Roe"

“Austin vows to maintain military’s access to abortion despite end of Roe”


Defense Department to keep access to "reproductive health care" after Roe v. Wade's end

“Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said Friday that the Pentagon is working to ensure that members of the military, their families and its civilian employees will still have access to "reproductive health care" after the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.

Why it matters: The Defense Department currently does not have a policy to accommodate service members or employees who are seeking an abortion but are stationed in a state that has outlawed abortion, Politico reports.

• Federal law currently allows military medical facilities to provide abortions only in cases of rape, incest or if a woman’s life is in danger, while the military's health program is allowed to cover abortions at private facilities for those same reasons only.

What they're saying: "Nothing is more important to me or to this Department than the health and well-being of our Service members, the civilian workforce and DOD families," Austin said in a statement on Friday”


Benjamin Franklin gave instructions on at-home abortions in a book in the 1700s

“Benjamin Franklin is revered in history for his fixation on inventing practical ways to make everyday life easier. He was a prolific inventor and author, and spent his life tinkering and writing to share his knowledge with the masses.

One of the more surprising areas Franklin wanted to demystify for the average American? At-home abortions.

Molly Farrell is an associate professor of English at the Ohio State University and studies early American literature. She authored a recent Slate article that suggests Franklin's role in facilitating at-home abortions all started with a popular British math textbook.”


“Ben Franklin Put an Abortion Recipe in His Math Textbook”




"Good quote from Thomas Jefferson gleaned from FB as a sharp rebuke to the neanderthals on the Supreme Court.
Jefferson formed his ideas under Pluto in Aquarius.

“I am not an advocate for frequent changes in laws and constitutions, but laws and institutions must go hand in hand with the progress of the human mind. As that becomes more developed, more enlightened, as new discoveries are made, new truths discovered and manners and opinions change, with the change of circumstances, institutions must advance also to keep pace with the times. We might as well require a man to wear still the coat which fitted him when a boy as a civilized society to remain ever under the regimen of their barbarous ancestors.”

More Jefferson.
.”No man shall be compelled to frequent or support religious worship or ministry or shall otherwise suffer on account of his religious opinions or belief, but all men shall be free to profess and by argument to maintain, their opinions in matters of religion.”


So The Husband Is Trying To Take Away Our Rights & The Wife Is Trying To Destroy Our Government

WHAT A COUPLE, the Thomases!

How Did Scott Perry Know Clark Would Be OPen To Corruption?

Where and when was the hook-up?

Did Thomas Write That Opinion THe Way He Did To Take The Focus Off Ginni ?

Sounds crazy, right? But he is a vengeful, vindictive person who is still ouching because he knows the truth of hin being a fraud has always hung over his head.

Rep. Henry Cuellar clinches Dem primary win over challenger

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