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“Indivisible” is based on the real-life story of Darren Turner, a U.S. Army Chaplain whose marriage was put to the test during the Iraq War. The film depicts the responsibilities of a military chaplain, such as counseling soldiers and performing baptisms and funerals, but it’s real story is that there is no marriage too broken for God.
NOT JUST BIASED, BUT ALSO INCOMPETENT: The corrupt Mueller team charged Concord Management — and a sister company, Concord Catering — with defrauding the government. Concord Catering was NOT IN EXISTENCE at the time the crimes were alleged to have taken place.
Mueller’s team was represented in this effort by former Hillary Clinton and Clinton Foundation attorney, Jeannie Rhee. Rhee also represented President Barack Obama’s deputy national security adviser Ben Rhodes during the House Benghazi Committee’s investigation into the deadly 2012 terrorist attack in Libya.
PASS THE POPCORN: Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Hossein Jaberi Ansari warned Western officials this week that if they do not put pressure on the Trump administration the Iranian regime will leak the names of all Western officials who were bribed to pass the weak deal.
IT’S ALWAYS DEMOCRATS: Four Pennsylvania election workers pleaded guilty to harassing and intimidating voters who did not support the candidate being pushed by the city’s Democratic Party machine.
NOTE: This has gotten long enough, but I’m not done reading my news feeds. If I find anything else that’s worth a short mention, but not a whole blog post, I’ll put it into the comments below.