The memo, signed by Defense Secretary Mark Esper, lists the type of flags that may be displayed at military installations -- including the American flag, military service flags, flags of U.S. states and territories and the POW/MIA flag, as well as flags for which the U.S. is a member such as NATO. The Confederate flag is not included on that list.
Users who download a BlackRock-infected app are then asked to grant it access to the phone's Accessibility feature, which allows it to automate and perform its heinous behaviors. But that’s not all: such access can also allow the malware to intercept SMS messages, spam contacts, log key taps and even sabotage mobile antivirus apps. The full list of actions can be found in the report.
“He has a chance here to really get humiliated, which I hope he will,” Scaramucci told the outlet. “The economy’s in shambles as a direct result of his decision making and the politicization of a health care crisis. And so for all those reasons, he’s obviously incompetent and so we’ve got to seek his removal.”
Per a review of ActBlue Texas disbursements via the website TransparencyUSA.org, there are hundreds of individuals being paid by ActBlue Texas for similar small amounts (e.g. $300 or $250) who are not candidates running for office... Could ActBlue Texas being paying rioters for their attempts to destroy American cities?