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   Zincke was merely prostituting for Donald...a lot of this was at the behest of one of donald and many other GOP elected folks - aka  Sheldon Adeleson.    Now that he has resigned in disgrace, perhaps the RW will inform everyone here as to what "think tank" is now is new boss.

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Grand jury looking into Zinke over casino decision

 

The free market at work.

 

We can all have as much Democracy as we can afford to buy.

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Just another case of not doing anything for the citizens of our country. But playing prostitute to special interests for self serving interests. Also, look no further than to the “secretary of slave labor by young girls for older guys pleasure”.

These are really fine people that trump picked...not!

 

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@oceanedge2 wrote:

Finally a Trump operative is looking at jail for lying about something OTHER than Trump and his campaign's collusion with the Russians.

Still though....Birds of a feather....

 

From the Archives: Trump & the Indians

In a conversation with radio wild man Don Imus in late spring, Trump said that he himself “might have more Indian blood than a lot of the so-called Indians that are trying to open up reservations."



The truth of the matter is that trump has genetic inheritance in common with actual WW2 Germans who were Nazis...
There's a greater probability that trump has more genes in common with Adolph whats-his-name than with any Native American. (Indian)  (that is unless his mother cheated on his father)
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The corruption around trump, in the trump family and in trump's son-in-law's family is astounding.  It's even more astounding that anyone still supports him.


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Finally a Trump operative is looking at jail for lying about something OTHER than Trump and his campaign's collusion with the Russians.

Still though....Birds of a feather....

 

From the Archives: Trump & the Indians

Casino mogul Donald Trump’s 1993 campaign to prevent New Jersey’s Ramapough people from rolling the dice.  November 1, 1993

About 150 federally recognized tribes have some sort of gambling operations, and more are expected to follow, perhaps coming to a county near you. This does not sit well with some people in the Garden State, including a certain Atlantic City mogul named Donald Trump, who has filed a lawsuit against the Bureau of Indian Affairs seeking to overturn the federal law allowing Indian gaming.

......Trump, until recently not known for his interest in anthropology, has taken to the airwaves to discredit the Ramapough people’s ancestral claim. In a conversation with radio wild man Don Imus in late spring, Trump said that he himself “might have more Indian blood than a lot of the so-called Indians that are trying to open up reservations. It’s a joke.” But after Imus said he was against Indian casinos in New Jersey, Trump couldn’t resist showing his sensitive side. “General George Custer was against it also, and look what happened to him,” Trump said.

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Not surprising - a trump puppet discriminates against non-white Americans.

 

Besides - they would undoubtedly be more successful at running a casino than trump was...

 

Trump had multiple tries to get it right - and he completely and totally bleeped up all of them...

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Well, this is a REFRESHING change of pace.  Finally a Trump operative is looking at jail for lying about something OTHER than Trump and his campaign's collusion with the Russians.  Zinke is on the hot seat for lying to Congress about making money from casino lobbyists.  

 

Didn't Trump promise to hire only the best people?  I guess he never specified what they were the best at did he?

 

A federal grand jury has been presented with evidence as part of a probe into whether former Interior secretary Ryan Zinke lied to federal investigators about his involvement in blocking two American Indian tribes from opening a casino, the Washington Post reports, citing anonymous sources.

The Interior Department's inspector general's office has been investigating whether Zinke was improperly swayed by lobbying and political pressure since last year, following POLITICO's reporting on the efforts of MGM Resorts International and Nevada Republicans to stave off competition from the tribes. The state of Connecticut and the Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes also are suing over Interior's 2017 decision to block the two tribes from opening a casino.

 

https://www.politico.com/story/2019/02/22/ryan-zinke-casino-1182278

 

 

 

 

 

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