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What repukes really care about

https://twitter.com/RichardAngwin/status/1197482048384049152/photo/1

This dog is excited for Fall

https://twitter.com/i/status/1193598081540988931

tRump is unleashing a militarized police force on us and calling it "The Surge"

"They didn't want to make you look so tough," the president told a room full of cops on Monday. "They didn't want to make you look like you're a threat."

President Donald Trump on Monday said the Justice Department is preparing to launch a sweeping crackdown on crime that he named "the surge," a term commonly associated with the George W. Bush administration's decision to send tens of thousands of additional troops into Iraq in 2007.

"In coming weeks, Attorney General Barr will announce a new crackdown on violent crime—which I think is so important—targeting gangs and drug traffickers in high crime cities and dangerous rural areas," Trump said during the International Association of Chiefs of Police conference in Chicago. "Let's call it the surge."

The president did not provide any details on the plan but said it is going to be "very dramatic."

"And you're going to see tremendous results very quickly," Trump added.

As if to emphasize his view of America's cities as war zones, Trump went on to tout his administration's success in putting military equipment into the hands of U.S. police officers and claimed "Afghanistan is a safe place" compared to Chicago.


https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/10/28/call-it-surge-vowing-nationwide-crackdown-trump-touts-tougher-and-more-militarized

Republicans storming SCIF

<a href="https://ibb.co/5LZhpFs"><img src="" alt="skif" border="0"></a>

Mrs Betty Bowers nails it

https://twitter.com/BettyBowers/status/1187134987813949441

Nixon was caught working with a foreign government to interfere with a US election

Much like the concerns Obama had, LBJ didn't want to make it public, make a big stink about it so close to the election. The meat of it, summing it up starts at 8:55

Rep. Mark Pocan tweet about preventing Federal officials from communicating with Congress

https://twitter.com/repmarkpocan/status/1181628904345423873

The nutjob Dictator is so pissed he can't fire Pelosi he's pretending he can

https://twitter.com/CitizenChgo/status/1176929949254635521

Kik Messaging App to Shut Down Following SEC Lawsuit Against ICO

Following reports its crypto-focused subsidiary Kin had laid off 70 employees, Kik Interactive CEO Ted Livingston announced Monday that Kik will also be shutting down its core messaging service.

Speaking with CoinDesk, and in a company blog post, Livingston said the ongoing dispute with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has forced Kik to close its doors.

“This is a direct impact from the SEC legal action,” Livingston told CoinDesk.

https://www.coindesk.com/kik-messaging-app-to-shut-down-following-sec-lawsuit-against-ico

New York Fed to continue operations in overnight funding market until mid-October

Source: CNBC

The New York Federal Reserve will continue overnight repurchase operations through October as it seeks to quell market instability from earlier this week.

Short-term rates in the “repo” market spiked overnight Monday amid a shortfall in funding stemming from a variety of factors. The Fed responded with a series of liquidity injections aimed at preventing further capital droughts.

In an announcement Friday, the New York Fed said it will continue repo operations through Oct. 10. The process will involve three 14-day operations involving $30 billion as well as continued overnight operations of at least $75 billion each.

The repo market provides banks the short-term funding they rely on to operate. Normally, the process works smoothly but liquidity shortfalls can gum up the works and, in the worst case, can cause financial crises.

Read more: https://www.cnbc.com/2019/09/20/fed-repo-new-york-fed-to-conduct-operations-until-mid-october.html



Also overnight Fed Adds $75 Billion to Financial System in Fourth Repo Transaction This Week

that will be a total of a little over 1.8 trillion
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