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Just a reminder..Holder saw it coming...06/30/17

Holder warns FBI employees: Be strong, your integrity will be unfairly questioned

http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/340224-holder-to-fbi-your-integrity-will-be-unfairly-questioned

Former Attorney General Eric Holder urged career employees of the FBI and Justice Department to "be prepared, be strong" in the face of unfair accusations in an ominous late-night tweet.

"To the career men & women at DOJ/FBI: your actions and integrity will be unfairly questioned. Be prepared, be strong. Duty. Honor. Country," Holder, an Obama administration attorney general, tweeted early Friday morning.

To the career men & women at DOJ/FBI: your actions and integrity will be unfairly questioned. Be prepared, be strong. Duty. Honor. Country.

— Eric Holder (@EricHolder) June 30, 2017

Too many unanswered questions !! ..don't blame the person who pushed the "button"... no no no....

I rec you read both links below.


Someone put in the wrong "template"what???)

Then...

No one had a retraction template ..ya see ... they never foresaw they would have to retract a warning of immanent nuclear annihilation.

Listen it was morning ..they were just waking up.. some one said we needed a epic disaster template ..Joe grabbed ballistic missile.. it was top of the pile.. someone said hey...lets psych out 1.5 million people ... so funny.. hey we needed a laugh.

But when we went to retract it ..ooopsie.. we never made one... but you got to admit the scary ones we did were great. I wrote three ballistic missile warnings... one was "possible" next one "within minutes" next one "imminent"

Yep the news is at odds with what I saw on my cell that morning I got 3 escalating warnings one retraction. I am seeing everywhere totally differing reports. Same with the retractions.
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They had no retraction "template" (yea wtf)
Who could have possibly seen they ever need that..... (Mr Common Sense)
Oh ...and another crumb of info.. they did not send out the retraction.. FEMA did remotely on different system.
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***** "At the time, there was no template that allowed the EMA to promptly send a follow-up message informing recipients that the alert had been a false alarm." *****

(And who's job was that?) yeah....and at the time no one realized aircraft needed wheels to land and wings to fly like my pigs do)


"After the template is selected, Miyagi said, a note appears on the computer, asking the officer to confirm that they want to send the message.
The officer responsible accidentally clicked yes, Miyagi said. At that point, the message -- "BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII. SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER. THIS IS NOT A DRILL" -- was sent to Hawaii residents and vacationers. It also went out to televisions and radios. "



https://www.cnn.com/2018/01/14/us/hawaii-false-alarm-explanation/index.html

https://dod.hawaii.gov/hiema/files/2018/01/20180113-NR-HI-EMA-statement-on-missile-launch-false-alarm.pdf

Trump administration opens door to let states impose Medicaid work requirements

Source: Washington Post

The Trump administration issued guidance to states early Thursday that will allow them to compel people to work or prepare for jobs in order to receive Medicaid for the first time in the half-century history of this pillar of the nation’s social safety net.

The letter to state Medicaid directors opens the door for states to cut off Medicaid benefits to Americans unless they have a job, are in school, are a caregiver or participate in other approved forms of “community engagement” — an idea that some states had broached over the past several years but that the Obama administration had consistently rebuffed.

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Unlike the 1996 rewrite of welfare law, which explicitly mentions work as a goal, Medicaid’s law contains no such element, and critics contend rules that could deny people coverage contradict its objectives. To get around this, the 10-page letter argues that working promotes good health and repeatedly asserts that the change fits within the program’s objectives. The guidance cites research that it says demonstrates people who work tend to have higher incomes associated with longer life spans, while those who are unemployed are more prone to depression, “poorer general health,” and even death.

“[A] growing body of evidence suggests that targeting certain health determinants, including productive work and community engagement, may improve health outcomes” the letter says. “While high-quality health care is important for an individual’s health and well-being, there are many other determinants of health.”


Read more: https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health-science/trump-administration-opens-door-to-let-states-impose-medicaid-work-requirements/2018/01/11/d6374482-f628-11e7-a9e3-ab18ce41436a_story.html?utm_term=.3e005eef689c



So now people will die in the streets simply because they have no job.
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