Is it a matter of “fake news,” or is it the truth..?

Is it a matter of “fake news,” or is it the truth..?

CcmKujIWEAAScEQPresident Trump is coming off the first big legislative defeat of his presidency, and now he’s got the poll numbers to prove it.

Now let’s be grown-ups here – is this stopped vote — knowing that the bill needed work, so rather than to lose a reform bill which the nation had high hopes in they simply went back to Committee to further work the bill only to make it better. Nonetheless, is this the president’s fault? Or simply an errant job as performed by the House of Representatives? It is a good and quite fair question for the separation of powers and accountability for who is responsible for bills to pass?

The newest Gallup daily tracking poll — the first survey released since the doomed Republican health-care bill was pulled Friday — shows Trump’s approval rating falling to 36 percent. That’s both the lowest of his presidency and lower than President Barack Obama’s approval rating ever sank in eight years of Gallup’s tracking poll.

Those are hardly unprecedented numbers, of course. As Gallup notes, Harry Truman, Lyndon B. Johnson, Richard Nixon, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan and both George Bushes all spent time at 35 percent or below in its polling.

I believe a grown-up person who wants the nation’s capital to function of how it was originally planned or what I refer to as “Revitalizing America” are still caught up in the Democrat party apparatus.

Now on to Sanctuary Cities:

2017-01-19_sanfransueOn March 20, the Department of Homeland Security began publishing a weekly report of noncitizens released from local custody after facing criminal charges. The reports are required under President Trump’s executive order cracking down on cities, counties, and states that adopted such “sanctuary” policies.

Opponents of sanctuary jurisdictions say local and state officials should turn such individuals over to federal immigration officials to figure out whether they should be deported, and cite a poll to say that 80 percent of Americans don’t support sanctuary cities. That seemed quite high, so we looked into this figure.

There’s no official definition of “sanctuary.” It generally refers to rules restricting state and local governments from alerting federal authorities about people who may be in the country illegally. Immigration enforcement is a federal responsibility, and state and local law enforcement can decide how much they want to cooperate with the federal government for immigration enforcement.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) can issue an “immigration detainer,” which is a request to be notified when a noncitizen is being released at state or local levels. It’s voluntary for these agencies to comply with an ICE detainer. If they comply, they hold noncitizens for up to 48 hours beyond the time they otherwise would have been released. ICE can take custody and figure out whether the inmate should be deported. If ICE doesn’t take action during that 48-hour window, the local or state agency is required to release them.

This widely cited figure comes from a February 2017 national poll of 2,148 registered voters by Harvard University’s Center for American Political Studies and the Harris Poll.

The poll’s question about sanctuary cities reads: “Should cities that arrest illegal immigrants for crimes be required to turn them over to immigration authorities?” Eighty percent of people responded “yes.” Any other information that comes to the polls such as detainer, crimes, and arrests should not be counted or disqualified from the survey.

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Deportations, Operation Wetback, and further deportation measures are justified

Deportations, Operation Wetback, and further deportation measures are justified

living-shadows1An estimated 11 million immigrants live and work in the United States illegally. Their fate is one of the big policy questions facing the country. The story of how that population grew so large is a long one that’s mostly about Mexico, and full of unintended consequences.

As a matter of record, The Contemplative Thinker.com believes that this should not be the case whatsoever. Indeed, we would love our record to show that every member of congress and POTUS since, to be fair, the year 1970, should be mandated to sacrifice most of their pensions and then again, there are various certain members that have lived through this problem and still done nothing about it.

Prior to the 1920s, the U.S. had few restrictions on immigration, save for a few notable exclusions. “Basically, people could show up,” says Jeffrey Passel, of the Pew Research Center. For workers in Mexico, crossing into the U.S. made a lot of economic sense, then and now.

During World War II, the federal government created a legal system for Mexican farmworkers to come work in the U.S. It was called the Bracero program, and its advocates were growers who wanted a ready supply of farm labor. In its peak year, it brought in 400,000 legal workers nationwide.cw7rwo2ukaejcx6

Critics said the Bracero program cost American farmworkers jobs. It was problematic in other ways, too. For one, workers were bound to one employer. We do not think that this system was fair; nonetheless, the Bracero Program did in fact, kept records on who, what, when, and where the immigrants came.  The program was a success for America, especially when tracking movements inside the USA.

“That person had total control over your life,” says Doris Meissner, former commissioner for the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service. “And that leads to a very unequal relationship, and it’s a recipe for exploitation.”

Another criticism of the program was that it was thought to depress the wages of American workers. President John F. Kennedy campaigned against the Bracero program, and his successor, Lyndon Johnson, ended it in 1965. It was not replaced. We would like to note that the use of JFK’s name in this matter is unjustified insofar as he was murdered prior to anything happened.

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Furthermore, we feel if you want to use well-respected names let’s keep it to the letter. President Johnson, for all it is worth when he took over from President J. F. Kennedy, had little to nothing was done until Kennedy’s term ended. Then came the “The Great Society” and of course, the escalation of American’s into Viet Nam.

If one really wants to look into blame about the numbers of illegal immigrants now in the US here are two big names I would encourage everybody to look into Senator Robert F. Kennedy as well as the amount of work Senator Ted Kennedy did as far as the Civil Rights Act. The original act was not only for American citizens but just as in Entitlements, are available to everyone who comes here.

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Do politicians want what’s best for America?

What’s all the fuss about?

office-dcsmall-1I have been covering this “repeal and replace” ObamaCare, Affordable Care Act for since it was approved that it would not work and especially since the “Death spiral.” To be as open as possible with my findings, I wonder if it would be all that worthy of an exercise in writing or otherwise communication.

Specifically, what I am referring to is the behavior of allegedly grown up women and men who are somehow trying to prove to their constituents that they are worth something. However, it is all of this in-fighting of those within the same political parties; moreover, it is the constant badgering of Republican leadership by none other than America’s mainstream media again.

As far as I know, there was at one time 12 Republican’s running for the office of president. As we all know by now, only one of them clinched the title of President of the United States (POTUS). And for all that it’s worth, we should be listening to what, how, and whom would benefit from a national healthcare program pursuant to President Trump’s campaign.

congress photoYet is the established zoned out cadre of Foggy Bottom with the program? No, not even close. Just as a heads-up this is how politicians’ work. This is the critical zone that the Founders left us. The USA was founded on the principles of Republican government. Now, please don’t rush to judgment! Republican government has nothing to do with the Republican political party.

Republican governance promotes citizen accountability. Being brief, there were a lot of people during the pre-Colonial generation that was suspicious of politicians. These individuals were from the United Kingdom (UK) and France who had lived during unmeasurable corruption and crime mostly enacted by these elitists. These were the order of the day when our Founding Fathers were but children. And I might add those close friends of Washington, Adams, Jefferson, and James Madison taught and shared their knowledge around ⸻ primarily from the monarchy. At any rate, Republican government demands that ordinary citizens keep eyes open and scorecards ready.

9780674659988Inasmuch as what we just went through with the Obama administration to include, insider trading, no ObamaCare for the congressional members and their staff’s, and Democrats making a buck at every turn, examples include Senator Diane Feinstein, Rep. Nancy Pelosi, and on and on we go.

I will not say for certain just yet, but to cause this sort of fighting prior to knowing squat about a bill is bad form. Perhaps it could be promises made to donors or other constituents that may not have landed in the bill? Watch for the corruption or crime. Be PREPARED: My new book is almost done! Interested? Tell me so, please.

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Reform: Would start like this…

Reform: Would start like this…

the conservative handbookHey there, in a current book that I am reading presently I happened upon this following paragraph. Now although it may be a problem of sorts to accomplish this now given a number of special interest groups as well as advocacy groups that are vying terribly hard for open borders America.

Please do not misunderstand me, but anyone who looks up the words sovereignty, borders, or national they will soon find that without established laws guarding their borders ⸻ ultimately to allow illegal crossings; moreover, illegal private property purchasing and working or not ⸻still there is a giant number of these individuals who will claim benefits essentially entitlements.

Furthermore, no one is going to argue with you when you say America is the most generous, civil minded, and supportive nation on the planet. America has uninvited and illegal aliens within its borders as well as refugees and asylum-seekers. When one looks into the donations, capitalism, hospitality, funds for aid, and how many people we take on annually, America is by far the greatest nation to have graced earth.                            kgucxcnt_bigger

Just for the sake of comments, I ask is this paragraph below too much to ask?

“All immigration should be suspended until our countries financial and employment issues are resolved. Illegal immigrants should be found and deported. That there are millions of illegals should not deter us from the task…one at a time would be fine. Companies or individuals that employ illegals should be prosecuted and fined or jailed. If legal immigration were ever to re-start, all immigrants would be required to prove their ability to contribute to our society, support themselves, speak and read our language and swear allegiance to the USA… no exceptions.

All extended family, men, women, and children, would be subject to the same conditions and the cost of educating minor children would be charged to the parents until such time the children learned to speak and read English. No taxpayer-funded welfare, medical services or other publicly funded assistance would be available to non-citizen immigrants. If they for any reason proved to be incapable of sustaining themselves in the USA they would be required to leave. Visitors would be “chipped” and tracked via GPS to protect our interests and student visas would be abolished.”  The Conservative’s Handbook: Defining the Right Position on Issues from A to Z by Phil Valentine

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It is the efficiency that matters ⸻ fools!

It is the efficiency that matters ⸻ fools!

CcmKujIWEAAScEQHow soon people forget! Apparently, the democrats have, in fact, forgotten, how long it took them to prepare the Affordable Care Act (ACA, hereinafter referred to as ObamaCare). At first during their scheduled announcement, they did not have one single member who claimed to be a republican; consequently, after Nancy Pelosi’s D-CA comment of “we’ll tell you what’s in it after we know what is in it.” They haggled as democrats do, still not a single republican, using their minds, ever voted for the debauchery bill.

While sitting in my office and listening to her unadulterated rubbish still asking the president at the time to “consider” her use of military aircraft for vacations, deluxe with special USAF flight crew and literally tens of thousands of miles of non-business flying, I never heard back from the dude. He was perhaps the only one who flew more miles than she did!

Taken together, the bills introduced Monday night represent the Republicans’ first attempt — and best shot to date, with an ally in the White House — to translate seven years of talking points about demolishing the ACA into action.

At the same time, major aspects of the plans, notably the strategy for tax credits and Medicaid, reflect the treacherous terrain that Republicans face winning enough votes within their own conferences in the GOP-controlled House and Senate.

The bills must address concerns of both conservatives worried about the cost of the overhaul and worries that it might in effect enshrine a new federal entitlement, as well as more moderate members who want to ensure that their constituents retain access to affordable health care, including those who received Medicaid coverage under the ACA.

Democrats, meanwhile, have given no indication that they intend to work withSchumer crying Republicans, and top party leaders decried the GOP plan Monday as a betrayal of everyday Americans. “Trumpcare doesn’t replace the Affordable Care Act, it forces millions of Americans to pay more for less care,” said Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.). The only thing different was that this time he wasn’t crying!

In particular, the plan to target Planned Parenthood has already generated fierce pushback from Democrats and doubts from some Republicans who have noted that federal funds are already barred from funding abortions and that Planned Parenthood provides routine medical care to millions of American women. Now, please let’s just engage in the spirit of truth telling openness, shall we? Is someone trying to encourage me to believe that no government funding is going towards abortions? Oh please!

If both parties including all members of affiliate parties believe in their hearts that this ACA is so important, then STOP FIGHTING and play nice and let’s get it done.

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This is how and why the US Government is too big!

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This is how and why the US Government is too big!

sessions051612In light of Attorney General Jeff Sessions recusing himself from the Russian investigation, a government watchdog group is asking every senator to provide a list of ambassadors they met with over the last three years.

A spokeswoman for Sessions that as a senator he had 25 conversations with ambassadors in 2016, including those representing Britain, South Korea, Japan, Poland, India, China, Canada, Australia, and Russia.

Matthew Whitaker, a former U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Iowa, now executive director of the Foundation for Accountability & Civic Trust, a watchdog group, said he has asked other senators to be transparent about their meetings.

“I think, in a sense, [meetings with foreign ambassadors to the United States], is fairly routine in the House and Senate, particularly in the Senate,” Whitaker told The Daily Signal. “It would be revealing to see how many meetings other senators have had.”

In light of Attorney General Jeff Sessions recusing himself from the Russian investigation, a government watchdog group is asking every senator to provide a list of ambassadors they met with over the last three years.

“No prosecutor would ever bring that case,”@factdc says.

A spokeswoman for Sessions that as a senator he had 25 conversations with ambassadors in 2016, including those representing Britain, South Korea, Japan, Poland, India, China, Canada, Australia, and Russia.

Matthew Whitaker, a former U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Iowa, now executive director of the Foundation for Accountability & Civic Trust, a watchdog group, said he has asked other senators to be transparent about their meetings.

“I think, in a sense, [meetings with foreign ambassadors to the United States], is fairly routine in the House and Senate, particularly in the Senate,” Whitaker told The Daily Signal. “It would be revealing to see how many meetings other senators have had.”

After federal investigators examined contacts between Sessions and Russian Ambassador to the United States Sergey Kislyak from last year, Sessions announced Thursday he would recuse himself from any investigation into the Trump presidential campaign.

Several news accounts say that Kislyak wasn’t shy about interaction with other senators. The Washington Post noted that Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., met at least twice with him—in 2013 and 2015, highlighting her tweets about the meeting.

After federal investigators examined contacts between Sessions and Russian Ambassador to the United States Sergey Kislyak from last year, Sessions announced Thursday he would recuse himself from any investigation into the Trump presidential campaign.

Prior to posting this article, I just caught a version of Ms. Martha MacCallum’s show aboutmartha-maccallum-insider-2013 the First One-Hundred Days of President Trump’s first term. She was interviewing Mr. Chris Wallace. I actually heard Mr. Wallace state on record that the Senate goes through about 500 persons including the 35 Cabinet positions. Just to make sense that is, Asst. Secretary’s, Directors, and their particular means of getting their work done.

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Trump looking for compromise

Trump looking for compromise

1101trump-master768 President Trump, signaling a potentially major shift in policy, told news anchors on Tuesday that he is open to a broad immigration overhaul that would grant legal status to millions of undocumented immigrants who have not committed serious crimes.

“The time is right for an immigration bill as long as there is a compromise on both sides,” the president told the TV anchors at the White House, according to people present during the discussion. The people requested anonymity because they were not authorized to speak about the private meeting.

The idea is a sharp break from the broad crackdown on undocumented immigrants that Mr. Trump has taken in his first weeks in office and the hardline positions embraced by his core supporters that helped sweep him into the White House. This fact alone is a precept that President Trump should look at with a sincere heart. It is always a great negotiator that will not find “a bridge” meaning those millions who voted for him.

kgucxcnt_biggerA move toward a comprehensive immigration overhaul would be a dramatic turnaround for the president, whose campaign rallies rang with shouts of “build the wall!” on the Mexican border and who signed an executive order last month directing the deportation of any undocumented immigrant who has committed a crime — whether or not they have been charged — or falsified any document. The standard could apply to virtually any one of the estimated 11 million people in the country illegally.

The White House did not dispute the report, but Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the deputy press secretary, said she had not witnessed the conversation so was unable to confirm it.

“The president has been very clear in his process that the immigration system is broken and needs massive reform, and he’s made clear that he’s open to having conversations about that moving forward,” Ms. Sanders said. “Right now, his primary focus, as he has made over and over again is border control and security at the border and deporting criminals from our country, and keeping our country safe, and those priorities have not changed.”

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The president’s remarks about immigration came the day before Mr. Trump was to issue a new version of his executive order banning travel to the United States from seven predominantly Muslim countries and suspending the acceptance of refugees. The ban has been revised because of legal challenges.

A move toward a comprehensive immigration overhaul would be a dramatic turnaround for the president, whose campaign rallies rang with shouts of “build the wall!” on the Mexican border and who signed an executive order last month directing the deportation of any undocumented immigrant who has committed a crime — whether or not they have been charged — or falsified any document. The standard could apply to virtually any one of the estimated 11 million people in the country illegally. With sincerity of heart, why are we looking to reward instead of punishing?  When one breaks the law or is in a place where a law is broken — one should be mindful and be accommodating. Forbearance. Illegal’s who no fault of their own should either be fined because of their parent’s action or should look to pay a fine anyway simply because people are aware that they are part of an illegal act.

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Why all of the Double Standards?

Why all of the Double Standards?

liberty scale purpleIf there is anything that needs to be worked on in this country ⸻ in fact, it appears that the more of this glaring stipulation is and will continue to cause two or more political party messes, unfair mainstream media reporting, as well as continue to aggravate and confuse our children ⸻ due to Double Standards.

I cannot and will not speak for anyone but myself for obvious reasons. However, when I personally witness these double standards, it tends to take me off point and drives me to correct it.

Having stated that I want to ask you – do you see any or are the two political parties holding different standards at different people? From my perspective, I was vaulted into the area of distrust with the entire Obama administration. Certainly, we have discussed the mores of Benghazi, Solyndra, lawlessness within the IRS, the assistance of our military in the ousting of President Gaddafi, illegal immigration, DACA, PADA and the moves to lessen the penalties on an estimated 5 million illegal immigrants. But the Obama administration referred to these events as “scandals.”     Hillary clint

Seriously, one could expect some riff-raff coming from other former administrations. I guess it is something to expect especially when the Obama administration fouled so many issues up. No, no, don’t get me wrong here – I am not saying that I condone what this one only administration has done; subsequently, what I am trying to make clear is that from Obama’s White House staff all the way through his administration – before President George Bush had even exited his office he was a victim to the Obama elite. And now – nothing has changed except for Obama is getting favorable press while President Trump should be in adulation.

Now to address the General Flynn episode. This one could be very interesting insofar as we do have additions to our Constitution called amendments. Addressing the very first amendment, Congress and the whole of America tells us that we are to speak freely. Now, there are about double figure millions of high school kids roaming all over American streets that haven’t even recognized this.

standard header writers-tools (1)Allow me to please ask for your response, we there any lies, misrepresentations, miscommunications, fibs or plain falsities told in the Obama administration? I’ll start with Barack Obama and Ambassador Susan Rice and his cronies in the FBI as well as the CIA and NSA that openly lied to Americans about an eight minute video that appeared on YouTube that caused the killing of American men, SEAL’s, an Ambassador and how many Libyans, Muslims, and others were killed that we never heard about.

And then, in brief, Hillary D. Rodham Clinton? It was proved by the FBI and others that she did in fact, leaked classified or confidential even Top Secret data not only to our enemies’ ⸻ rather the entire world! How and why? Seems as though everyone knew of her private server because it was attached to every email she ever wrote!

So please let this stand as a “Stop It with the Double Standards!”

Why not trying to let the President of this great nation be the president?

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The result was the national origins

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The United States had left regulation of immigration to the coastal states until the Supreme Court in 1875 declared that this was exclusively a national, not a state responsibility.  Congress struggled through four decades to create a coherent policy that would bring under control the large-scale and essentially unregulated immigration that commenced in the 1880s.

The result was the national origins system created by legislation in 1921, 1924 and 1929. All were based on selection systems designed not only to limit immigration but also to replicate the nation’s historic structure of nationalities.

This new restrictionist regime brought the numbers entering the U.S. down sharply from earlier annual inflows which had reached 1 million.  A powerful force working in the same direction was the collapse of the American (and global) economy into the Great Depression lasting from l929-l940 and after that the hazards of international travel during the Second World War.  Recorded immigration to the U.S. averaged 305,000 from l925-29, under the interim quotas, then dropped sharply in the l930s to an average of 53,000 a year that hides a virtual negative immigration in l932.

The demographic consequences of ending the open door cannot be known with certainty since no one can be sure what immigration would have been in the absence of restriction. Assuming no restriction and pre-war levels of one million a year for the rest of the century, the American population would have reached 400 million by the year 2000. This would have meant l20 million more American high-consumption lifestyles piled upon the roughly 280 million reported in the census of 2000, making far worse the dismal figures on species extinction, wetland loss, soil erosion, and the accumulation of climate-changing and health-impairing pollutants that are being tallied up as the new century unfolds.DHS

International economic maladies, war, and the new American system of restriction had thus combined to reduce immigration numbers to levels more in line with the long course of American history, and to some observers seemed to have ended the role of immigration as a major force in American life.  Apparently, the nation would henceforth grow and develop, as Thomas Jefferson had preferred, from natural increase and the cultural assets of its people.

The chief goals of the national origins system, shrinking the incoming numbers and tilting the sources of the immigration stream back toward northern Europe, were less decisively achieved.  Numbers entering legally but outside the quotas (“non-quota immigrants,” mostly relatives of those recently arrived and Europeans entering through Latin American and Caribbean countries) surprised policymakers by matching and in time exceeding those governed by quotas. Yet with overall numbers so low, the ethnic composition did not agitate the public.

The curbing of the Great Wave created a forty-year breathing space of relatively low immigration, with effects favorable to assimilation.  The pressures toward joining the American mainstream did not have to contend with continual massive replenishment of foreigners.

sealThe new immigration system was widely popular, and the immigration committees of Congress quickly became backwaters of minor tinkering or inactivity.  The 1930s arrived with vast and chronic unemployment, and the American people wanted nothing from immigration.  The war in Europe would bring unprecedented refugee issues, but dealing with these -or avoiding them — did not require any rethinking of the basic system for deciding on the few thousand people who would be given immigration papers.

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We need to find a way to get this to President Trump; not only would this help with the New Travel Ban E.O. I also show that Congress hasn’t been a part of the INS since the beginning.

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What’s going on…Ferris…Bueller…Bueller…anyone?

What’s going on…Ferris…Bueller…Bueller…anyone?

_35I do believe that this task can and should be accomplished. I believe we can regenerate American society, restore the greatness of American civilization, and reestablish the American economy while we remake the structure of American government. It is easy for me to say this because of the decay and sluggishness of American education as well as the failure of the welfare state. We need to be ready to reinstall our historic principles.

Elder Americans who grew up with the confidence and convictions of World War II and the Cold War are eager for a rebirth of priceless American values. Baby-boomers who grew up with the counterculture are now sober and mature enough to see that many of the principles used and/or demanded during their time simply will not work. Younger Americans – from Generation X on down – know from personal experience that a culture of violence, ignorance, with the government having a huge demoralizing debt and having difficulty telling the straight truth to the American people poses an enormous threat to their future.                  oig-immigrationreport-p1-normal

We must renew American civilization! We must be able to teach our children what America was like and how to reinvigorate that passion. From the very beginning of the American civilization as far back as 1609 until 1965 there was one continuous civilization built around a set of commonly accepted legal and cultural parameters and language.

Jamestown colony and the Pilgrims, through de Tocqueville’s Democracy in America, up to the Norman Rockwell paintings of the 1940 and 1950s there was a clear sense of what it meant to be an American. Furthermore, rather than to move into an enormous debate the American civilization is based on a spiritual and moral dimension.

Since January 20, 2016, the demands made as well as the person in which these demands would be ferried into the American culture are not getting the support that is needed by the public domain. I try every single day to make a contribution to which I voted for ⸻ that is a commitment I made in order to keep a person who commits a broad brush of felonies against the national security of our civilization.

Speaking for no one here but myself, I find it hypocritical that true Americans would react the way they did during the last election ⸻ and carry on the way especially younger Americans are at present. The protesting is not authentic but coached, unethical, exploited, embellished, paid for, and too many auxiliary groups are getting involved when they have no place being there for starters.

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