— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 12, 2020
However, the only person who can honestly answer that question is the person in the mirror when President Trump brushes his teeth. Perhaps forgotten…
In the spring of 2018 a group of congressional reps led by Devin Nunes, Mark Meadows, Jim Jordan, Matt Gaetz, Louie Gohmert, Lee Zeldin and Bob Goodlatte, asked President Trump to declassify a series of documents so the public could see how former officials in the DOJ & FBI abused their offices and conducted political surveillance.
In September of 2018, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein asked President Trump not to declassify those same documents until after the Mueller probe was complete. Rosenstein informed the President (confirmed in later POTUS interviews) that declassifying the material could be interpreted as impeding the Mueller investigation.
Two months later, in November 2018, the mid-term election took place. Republicans lost the House and their committee chairs. Many people suspected (I concur) the mid-term election was the real motive for the Sept. 2018 request from Rosenstein. Four months after the mid-term, March 2019, the Mueller investigation of President Trump ended.
Two months after the Mueller probe ended U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr, a profoundly supportive voice for DAG Rosenstein, asked President Trump to grant him unilateral declassification authority to assist the purposes and intents of his DOJ effort. President Trump granted U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr with the authority to declassify on May 23rd, 2019; granting access to the same documents requested by congress a year earlier.
and pls Tweet off to the @POTUS @realDonaldTrump or his surrogates ie Rudy Guilliani.Maybe Rudy or @DevinNunes can remind the President. We need to get this moving!!
The secret of happiness is to live moment by moment & to thank God for all that He,in His goodness,sends to us day after day~ St Gianna Beretta Molla
My husband has been very ill so i don’t spend as much time here as i was able to the past year. I’ll update everyone as time permits and i’m actually feeling up to it.Right now-not so much.
Few things i wanted to share about hospitals and our health care system,which is great compared to most countries. Grateful.
- the purpose of a hospital is to save lives. Of course that’s the primary goal. The next goal, which is almost as important, is to get the patient HOME not keep them hospitalized until the insurance runs out. If you’re goal is not to get the patient home then we’re not on the same page.
- COMMUNICATE! It’s essential. You Doctors that keep the family in the dark are not worth anyone’s time. Sorry.I finally had the pleasure of speaking to my husband’s current doctor and he gets an A+. He understands the value of good communication especially when a face to face consultation isn’t possible. This is when good communication is the most critical.
- I always get the 200-300 lb nurse who thinks it’s their duty to lecture me about smoking. Deal:I won’t lecture you about dieting and why you would be healthier if you cut down or quit eating if you don’t give me that lecture in re to smoking.
- Hospitals needs more nurses. My husband should not have had to sit in a wheelchair for an hour waiting(and hoping)for a nurse to show up. The Cleveland Clinic-at least i’ve heard-runs a tight ship and has 2 nurses per patient. How do we encourage people to go into the field of nursing?I’m not blaming the good nurses who run their butts off-i’ve seen that in several hospitals-but i can blame the hospitals for being short staffed and putting their nurses and the patients in that position.
- Pls make sure your phone system is up to speed. More on that in the future. I encountered a poor phone system in more than 1 facility.
- Respect a person’s religious beliefs. We’re Catholic. The first thing i want my husband to have is a priest administering anointing of the sick(a sacrament and NO you do not have to be dying!)
- Treat the patient in the hospital and their family the way you would want YOUR loved ones to be treated.You have 100 or so patients. I get that,but we’re only concerned with 1.
- A word to the families who want to talk to staff at the hospital: I learned the best time to call the nurses station to get the skinny was around 10 p.m. depending on what time a particular hospital finishes the floor rounds and has lights out for the day.They’re winding down,the patients are asleep,the floor is generally pretty quiet and they’ve done all the meds etc for the day. They have more free time and you’re being very considerate of them. The rest of the time they’re darned busy.
- When you discharge a patient make sure they have transportation to get home. Ask. A lot of people go into a hospital through the emergency room door via an ambulance and may or may not have a way home. My biggest problem was that we don’t have a car,neither of us drive and i didn’t know enough people here to ask for a ride. I was stuck without visiting my husband OR a way to get him home when he was discharged. It was a horrible situation. If only someone had asked and the hospital had a system to deal with such a problem it would have made the situation much easier to deal with.I spent far too many nights either crying because i couldn’t be with my husband or getting angry about the situation in general;I was frustrated from trying every means i could think of.A Dr probably assumes we’re all in the same boat.
- Not everyone is meant to be a nurse or doctor (no shame in that) but if you feel you might be one of the persons who are,pls consider the profession.
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A very interesting development in the ongoing effort of former CBS investigative journalist, Sharyl Attkisson, to resolve the issue of who spied on her, planted spyware and infiltrated her computer systems for illegal surveillance. [Attkisson website here]According to a recent court filing [Source Here] a person who was engaged in the “wrongful activity” has come forward to provide Ms. Attkisson with details about the operation. As a result of those whistle-blower revelations Attkisson is able to name specific individuals who were running the operation: