Hunter Biden’s $83K per Month Burisma Salary Raises Questions Democrats say...IMPEACH TRUMP!

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And there is no deep state? Lol
 
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Sorry, but the prosecutors in the Ukraine have said that Biden has done nothing wrong according to their laws.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/worl...801f66-e068-11e9-be7f-4cc85017c36f_story.html
And, to you and the other far, far leftists, that makes it okay here in America? Got it!

Is this okay for America too?

Here are the 10 countries where homosexuality may be punishable by death:

Yemen: According to the 1994 penal code, married men can be sentenced to death by stoning for homosexual intercourse. Unmarried men face whipping or one year in prison. Women face up to seven years in prison.

Iran: In accordance with sharia law, homosexual intercourse between men can be punished by death, and men can be flogged for lesser acts such as kissing. Women may be flogged.

The Islamic State's horrific history of persecuting gays

The Islamic State's war on homosexuals is another shocking examples of the group's brutality. (TWP)

Mauritania
: Muslim men engaging in homosexual sex can be stoned to death, according to a 1984 law, though none have been executed so far. Women face prison.

Nigeria: Federal law classifies homosexual behavior as a felony punishable by imprisonment, but several states have adopted sharia law and imposed a death penalty for men. A law signed in early January makes it illegal for gay people countrywide to hold a meeting or form clubs.

Qatar: Sharia law in Qatar applies only to Muslims, who can be put to death for extramarital sex, regardless of sexual orientation.

Saudi Arabia: Under the country’s interpretation of sharia law, a married man engaging in sodomy or any non-Muslim who commits sodomy with a Muslim can be stoned to death. All sex outside of marriage is illegal.

Afghanistan: The Afghan Penal Code does not refer to homosexual acts, but Article 130 of the Constitution allows recourse to be made to sharia law, which prohibits same-sex sexual activity in general. Afghanistan’s sharia law criminalizes same-sex sexual acts with a maximum of the death penalty. No known cases of death sentences have been meted out since the end of Taliban rule in 2001.

Somalia: The penal code stipulates prison, but in some southern regions, Islamic courts have imposed sharia law and the death penalty.

Sudan: Three-time offenders under the sodomy law can be put to death; first and second convictions result in flogging and imprisonment. Southern parts of the country have adopted more lenient laws.

United Arab Emirates: Lawyers in the country and other experts disagree on whether federal law prescribes the death penalty for consensual homosexual sex or only for rape. In a recent Amnesty International report, the organization said it was not aware of any death sentences for homosexual acts. All sexual acts outside of marriage are banned.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news...ere-homosexuality-may-be-punished-by-death-2/

Execution for practicing homosexual acts is legal in those countries, does that make it legal in America?
 
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So this Democrat thug buys a chain saw to take to the Republican softball game.

He/she/it launches at three congresspersons (see, I CAN do PC!) and they just shove him/her/it away, laughing. Them laughing not him/her/it.

He/she/it goes back to the store and bitches that the chain saw doesn't work.

The clerk looks it over, pulls the rope and it starts with a roar!

The Democrat backs off in terror......"What's with all the fuckin' noise?????"
 

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Sorry, but the prosecutors in the Ukraine have said that Biden has done nothing wrong according to their laws.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/worl...801f66-e068-11e9-be7f-4cc85017c36f_story.html
And, to you and the other far, far leftists, that makes it okay here in America? Got it!

Is this okay for America too?

Here are the 10 countries where homosexuality may be punishable by death:

Yemen: According to the 1994 penal code, married men can be sentenced to death by stoning for homosexual intercourse. Unmarried men face whipping or one year in prison. Women face up to seven years in prison.

Iran: In accordance with sharia law, homosexual intercourse between men can be punished by death, and men can be flogged for lesser acts such as kissing. Women may be flogged.

The Islamic State's horrific history of persecuting gays

The Islamic State's war on homosexuals is another shocking examples of the group's brutality. (TWP)

Mauritania
: Muslim men engaging in homosexual sex can be stoned to death, according to a 1984 law, though none have been executed so far. Women face prison.

Nigeria: Federal law classifies homosexual behavior as a felony punishable by imprisonment, but several states have adopted sharia law and imposed a death penalty for men. A law signed in early January makes it illegal for gay people countrywide to hold a meeting or form clubs.

Qatar: Sharia law in Qatar applies only to Muslims, who can be put to death for extramarital sex, regardless of sexual orientation.

Saudi Arabia: Under the country’s interpretation of sharia law, a married man engaging in sodomy or any non-Muslim who commits sodomy with a Muslim can be stoned to death. All sex outside of marriage is illegal.

Afghanistan: The Afghan Penal Code does not refer to homosexual acts, but Article 130 of the Constitution allows recourse to be made to sharia law, which prohibits same-sex sexual activity in general. Afghanistan’s sharia law criminalizes same-sex sexual acts with a maximum of the death penalty. No known cases of death sentences have been meted out since the end of Taliban rule in 2001.

Somalia: The penal code stipulates prison, but in some southern regions, Islamic courts have imposed sharia law and the death penalty.

Sudan: Three-time offenders under the sodomy law can be put to death; first and second convictions result in flogging and imprisonment. Southern parts of the country have adopted more lenient laws.

United Arab Emirates: Lawyers in the country and other experts disagree on whether federal law prescribes the death penalty for consensual homosexual sex or only for rape. In a recent Amnesty International report, the organization said it was not aware of any death sentences for homosexual acts. All sexual acts outside of marriage are banned.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news...ere-homosexuality-may-be-punished-by-death-2/

Execution for practicing homosexual acts is legal in those countries, does that make it legal in America?
Wow........................you had to go straight to a homosexual thing, didn't ya? And, for what it is worth, US laws have no bearing on what happens in another country, the laws of that country do. If Biden didn't break any of their laws, then he did nothing wrong.
 
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Sorry, but the prosecutors in the Ukraine have said that Biden has done nothing wrong according to their laws.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/worl...801f66-e068-11e9-be7f-4cc85017c36f_story.html
And, to you and the other far, far leftists, that makes it okay here in America? Got it!

Is this okay for America too?

Here are the 10 countries where homosexuality may be punishable by death:

Yemen: According to the 1994 penal code, married men can be sentenced to death by stoning for homosexual intercourse. Unmarried men face whipping or one year in prison. Women face up to seven years in prison.

Iran: In accordance with sharia law, homosexual intercourse between men can be punished by death, and men can be flogged for lesser acts such as kissing. Women may be flogged.

The Islamic State's horrific history of persecuting gays

The Islamic State's war on homosexuals is another shocking examples of the group's brutality. (TWP)

Mauritania
: Muslim men engaging in homosexual sex can be stoned to death, according to a 1984 law, though none have been executed so far. Women face prison.

Nigeria: Federal law classifies homosexual behavior as a felony punishable by imprisonment, but several states have adopted sharia law and imposed a death penalty for men. A law signed in early January makes it illegal for gay people countrywide to hold a meeting or form clubs.

Qatar: Sharia law in Qatar applies only to Muslims, who can be put to death for extramarital sex, regardless of sexual orientation.

Saudi Arabia: Under the country’s interpretation of sharia law, a married man engaging in sodomy or any non-Muslim who commits sodomy with a Muslim can be stoned to death. All sex outside of marriage is illegal.

Afghanistan: The Afghan Penal Code does not refer to homosexual acts, but Article 130 of the Constitution allows recourse to be made to sharia law, which prohibits same-sex sexual activity in general. Afghanistan’s sharia law criminalizes same-sex sexual acts with a maximum of the death penalty. No known cases of death sentences have been meted out since the end of Taliban rule in 2001.

Somalia: The penal code stipulates prison, but in some southern regions, Islamic courts have imposed sharia law and the death penalty.

Sudan: Three-time offenders under the sodomy law can be put to death; first and second convictions result in flogging and imprisonment. Southern parts of the country have adopted more lenient laws.

United Arab Emirates: Lawyers in the country and other experts disagree on whether federal law prescribes the death penalty for consensual homosexual sex or only for rape. In a recent Amnesty International report, the organization said it was not aware of any death sentences for homosexual acts. All sexual acts outside of marriage are banned.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news...ere-homosexuality-may-be-punished-by-death-2/

Execution for practicing homosexual acts is legal in those countries, does that make it legal in America?
Wow........................you had to go straight to a homosexual thing, didn't ya? And, for what it is worth, US laws have no bearing on what happens in another country, the laws of that country do. If Biden didn't break any of their laws, then he did nothing wrong.
You're saying that because something is legal and accepted in another country, that it should be legal and accepted here in the US.

I pointed out the absurdity of your belief. Live with it.
 

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Sorry, but the prosecutors in the Ukraine have said that Biden has done nothing wrong according to their laws.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/worl...801f66-e068-11e9-be7f-4cc85017c36f_story.html
And, to you and the other far, far leftists, that makes it okay here in America? Got it!

Is this okay for America too?

Here are the 10 countries where homosexuality may be punishable by death:

Yemen: According to the 1994 penal code, married men can be sentenced to death by stoning for homosexual intercourse. Unmarried men face whipping or one year in prison. Women face up to seven years in prison.

Iran: In accordance with sharia law, homosexual intercourse between men can be punished by death, and men can be flogged for lesser acts such as kissing. Women may be flogged.

The Islamic State's horrific history of persecuting gays

The Islamic State's war on homosexuals is another shocking examples of the group's brutality. (TWP)

Mauritania
: Muslim men engaging in homosexual sex can be stoned to death, according to a 1984 law, though none have been executed so far. Women face prison.

Nigeria: Federal law classifies homosexual behavior as a felony punishable by imprisonment, but several states have adopted sharia law and imposed a death penalty for men. A law signed in early January makes it illegal for gay people countrywide to hold a meeting or form clubs.

Qatar: Sharia law in Qatar applies only to Muslims, who can be put to death for extramarital sex, regardless of sexual orientation.

Saudi Arabia: Under the country’s interpretation of sharia law, a married man engaging in sodomy or any non-Muslim who commits sodomy with a Muslim can be stoned to death. All sex outside of marriage is illegal.

Afghanistan: The Afghan Penal Code does not refer to homosexual acts, but Article 130 of the Constitution allows recourse to be made to sharia law, which prohibits same-sex sexual activity in general. Afghanistan’s sharia law criminalizes same-sex sexual acts with a maximum of the death penalty. No known cases of death sentences have been meted out since the end of Taliban rule in 2001.

Somalia: The penal code stipulates prison, but in some southern regions, Islamic courts have imposed sharia law and the death penalty.

Sudan: Three-time offenders under the sodomy law can be put to death; first and second convictions result in flogging and imprisonment. Southern parts of the country have adopted more lenient laws.

United Arab Emirates: Lawyers in the country and other experts disagree on whether federal law prescribes the death penalty for consensual homosexual sex or only for rape. In a recent Amnesty International report, the organization said it was not aware of any death sentences for homosexual acts. All sexual acts outside of marriage are banned.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news...ere-homosexuality-may-be-punished-by-death-2/

Execution for practicing homosexual acts is legal in those countries, does that make it legal in America?
Wow........................you had to go straight to a homosexual thing, didn't ya? And, for what it is worth, US laws have no bearing on what happens in another country, the laws of that country do. If Biden didn't break any of their laws, then he did nothing wrong.
You're saying that because something is legal and accepted in another country, that it should be legal and accepted here in the US.

I pointed out the absurdity of your belief. Live with it.
You did no such thing. For 20 years, I was active duty Navy, and deployed to over 26 different countries. When we stopped in those places, a port representative would come onboard and tell us what was available for recreation, what the rules of the host country were, and we were also told that we had to follow their rules. I remember having to wear button down shirts, slacks and dress shoes whenever we went ashore in Saudi Arabia. And, the women had to follow some of the rules that women in that country were required to do.

If Biden was in that country, working for a business based in that country, he has to follow the rules of that country, because it's their country, and their rules.

And, sometimes, there can be idiots in the chain of command that ignore stuff like that as well. I remember on my last ship, we pulled into Thessaloniki Greece, and some of the ladies from the air wing were sunbathing topless on the beach. A LT from the air det saw them and sent them back to the ship, because he thought they were being indecent, even though all the beaches in the Med are top optional, and being naked from the waist up is not illegal over there, but it is here. Well, the girls got back on the ship, went to the CO and told him what happened, and the women were told they could go back out on liberty. The LT from the air det got his ass chewed by the CO however, because while it may have been illegal in the States, it was perfectly legal where we were at, and not only that, but the women were actually being smart by blending in with all the other topless women. Going native made it harder to ID them as American.

Sorry, but unless Biden brought back some business from over there to complete in the US that was against US laws, that is the only way that he could be prosecuted. But, if he was smart, he would keep all his dealings located in that country where it is legal.

Try again sportcheck.
 
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Sorry, but the prosecutors in the Ukraine have said that Biden has done nothing wrong according to their laws.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/worl...801f66-e068-11e9-be7f-4cc85017c36f_story.html
And, to you and the other far, far leftists, that makes it okay here in America? Got it!

Is this okay for America too?

Here are the 10 countries where homosexuality may be punishable by death:

Yemen: According to the 1994 penal code, married men can be sentenced to death by stoning for homosexual intercourse. Unmarried men face whipping or one year in prison. Women face up to seven years in prison.



Iran: In accordance with sharia law, homosexual intercourse between men can be punished by death, and men can be flogged for lesser acts such as kissing. Women may be flogged.

The Islamic State's horrific history of persecuting gays

The Islamic State's war on homosexuals is another shocking examples of the group's brutality. (TWP)

Mauritania
: Muslim men engaging in homosexual sex can be stoned to death, according to a 1984 law, though none have been executed so far. Women face prison.

Nigeria: Federal law classifies homosexual behavior as a felony punishable by imprisonment, but several states have adopted sharia law and imposed a death penalty for men. A law signed in early January makes it illegal for gay people countrywide to hold a meeting or form clubs.

Qatar: Sharia law in Qatar applies only to Muslims, who can be put to death for extramarital sex, regardless of sexual orientation.

Saudi Arabia: Under the country’s interpretation of sharia law, a married man engaging in sodomy or any non-Muslim who commits sodomy with a Muslim can be stoned to death. All sex outside of marriage is illegal.

Afghanistan: The Afghan Penal Code does not refer to homosexual acts, but Article 130 of the Constitution allows recourse to be made to sharia law, which prohibits same-sex sexual activity in general. Afghanistan’s sharia law criminalizes same-sex sexual acts with a maximum of the death penalty. No known cases of death sentences have been meted out since the end of Taliban rule in 2001.

Somalia: The penal code stipulates prison, but in some southern regions, Islamic courts have imposed sharia law and the death penalty.

Sudan: Three-time offenders under the sodomy law can be put to death; first and second convictions result in flogging and imprisonment. Southern parts of the country have adopted more lenient laws.

United Arab Emirates: Lawyers in the country and other experts disagree on whether federal law prescribes the death penalty for consensual homosexual sex or only for rape. In a recent Amnesty International report, the organization said it was not aware of any death sentences for homosexual acts. All sexual acts outside of marriage are banned.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news...ere-homosexuality-may-be-punished-by-death-2/

Execution for practicing homosexual acts is legal in those countries, does that make it legal in America?
Wow........................you had to go straight to a homosexual thing, didn't ya? And, for what it is worth, US laws have no bearing on what happens in another country, the laws of that country do. If Biden didn't break any of their laws, then he did nothing wrong.
You're saying that because something is legal and accepted in another country, that it should be legal and accepted here in the US.

I pointed out the absurdity of your belief. Live with it.
You did no such thing. For 20 years, I was active duty Navy, and deployed to over 26 different countries. When we stopped in those places, a port representative would come onboard and tell us what was available for recreation, what the rules of the host country were, and we were also told that we had to follow their rules. I remember having to wear button down shirts, slacks and dress shoes whenever we went ashore in Saudi Arabia. And, the women had to follow some of the rules that women in that country were required to do.

If Biden was in that country, working for a business based in that country, he has to follow the rules of that country, because it's their country, and their rules.

And, sometimes, there can be idiots in the chain of command that ignore stuff like that as well. I remember on my last ship, we pulled into Thessaloniki Greece, and some of the ladies from the air wing were sunbathing topless on the beach. A LT from the air det saw them and sent them back to the ship, because he thought they were being indecent, even though all the beaches in the Med are top optional, and being naked from the waist up is not illegal over there, but it is here. Well, the girls got back on the ship, went to the CO and told him what happened, and the women were told they could go back out on liberty. The LT from the air det got his ass chewed by the CO however, because while it may have been illegal in the States, it was perfectly legal where we were at, and not only that, but the women were actually being smart by blending in with all the other topless women. Going native made it harder to ID them as American.

Sorry, but unless Biden brought back some business from over there to complete in the US that was against US laws, that is the only way that he could be prosecuted. But, if he was smart, he would keep all his dealings located in that country where it is legal.

Try again sportcheck.
If there is nothing wrong, and nothing illegal, why has former V.P. Joe Biden repeatedly lied about the payoffs?



Why is Hunter Biden being paid $83,000 a month?
 
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