Reblogged on kommonsentsjane/blogkommonsents.
For your information – an empty suit.
Hand-picked by Soros’ son to be the “lady in waiting.” Like married Willie Brown – ouch.
What information did she give the public – nata!
Lincoln, of course, said no such thing. He sent no nominee to the Senate in October 1864 because the Senate was out of session until December. He sent a nominee the day after the session began, and Salmon P. Chase was confirmed the same day. And Lincoln wanted to dangle the nomination before Chase and several other potential candidates because he wanted them to campaign for him. Lincoln’s priority was winning the election, which was necessary to win the war — and he filled the vacancy at the first possible instant.
LIAR, LIAR – PANTIES ON FIRE!