Friday, December 27, 2019

#HATJ REPLY TO MY IMPEACHMENT DELAY QUESTION



----- Terran on 12/25/2019 7:51 PM wrote:

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Ok... Congress is sitting on an indictment for impeachment and won't send it to the Senate... is an indictment on a President a True Bill and monetized Like a court indictment? If so who collects the money?  Do they get more money the longer they sit on it? If so who profits?

From: TUCCI-JARRAF, HEATHER ANN
Subject: RE: True Bill
Date: Dec 26, 2019 at 10:20 AM


In the old systems it would have been a TRUE BILL, and once PRESENTED, the burdens of liability would have been carried and shifted during the "trial" process until maturity, i.e. judgment of impeachment...and, of course, from creation of said True Bill, it would have been hypothecated/monetized. 

Sitting in the House, the paper alleged to be "an indictment for impeachment" is just a piece of paper...until they PRESENT it...there is a reason DJT wanted it on the record who voted and how...there is much fear of completing the act of presentation of a TRUE BILL for what it triggers within the Universal Security Agreement, the Perpetuity.  :)

All is perfect and perfectly done.

In complete love, gratitude, and heartitude, all ways, always.


-----Terran on 12/26/2019 1:51 PM wrote:
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That makes sense. Explains a lot!

From: TUCCI-JARRAF, HEATHER ANN
Subject: RE: RE: True Bill
Date: Dec 26, 2019 at 10:34 PM

well, i over simplified it, but you get the drift, lol <3 p="">