For many, immigration reform is welcome news, but not everyone agrees with creating a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants who are already in the United States.
Ross: Hillary FYI - …an officer or employee of the executive or legislative branch of the United States Government, of any independent agency of the United States or of the District of Columbia, who is retained, designated, appointed, or employed to perform, with or without compensation, for not to exceed one hundred and thirty days during any period of three hundred and sixty-five consecutive days, temporary duties either on a full-time or intermittent basis.. Now, let’s take a look at the letter sent to Grassley by State Department Acting Assistant Secretary for Legislative Affairs, Thomas B. Gibbons, dated July 17th. In the fourth paragraph, Gibbons writes: ...... The effective date of Ms. Abedin’s SGE appointment was June 3, 2012 (a Sunday that marked the beginning of a pay period). She served in this position until February 1, 2013, when she ended her services with the Department. Any guesses as to how many days there are between June 3rd and February 1st? At an average of 30 days per month over 8 months, that translates to 240 days, 110 days more than what is permitted by law. The July 5th letter Abedin sent to Gibbons, which was included with the letter sent to Grassley is even a bit more curious. Check out what she wrote in what we’ll call ‘Paragraph X’: ...... The birth of my son in December 2011 led me to decide to spend the bulk of my time in New York City where my family lived. I therefore agreed to serve the Department as a consultant/SGE through the remaining six months of the Secretary’s tenure. After completing the necessary paperwork and gaining approval from the Department’s legal staff and human resources officials, I transitioned to a part-time consultant/Special Government Employee (SGE) effective June 4, 2012. I served in that capacity until February 1st, 2013, when I terminated my service with the Department. Abedin agreed to serve as an SGE for “the remaining six months of the Secretary’s tenure”. While Clinton stepped down on February 1, 2013, Abedin began this new arrangement EIGHT months prior to the end of Clinton’s tenure. At that, six months is still 180 days, 50 days over the 130 day limit but Abedin admitted to working for 240 days as an SGE when the law only permits her to do so for 130 days. Did Huma Abedin confess to a crime? In writing? Moreover, did she implicate anyone else in the commission of that crime? Consider that she wrote she “agreed to serve”. This implies that she was asked to do so. By whom? She then says she completed… Do your research - do not take anything or speech for granted. A quote that's perfect for Hillary Clinton and the people who believe she's POTUS material. “Nothing in the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity.” Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. TRUMP 2016 ... Put an end to this Governmental Corruption.