Leave it to the Department of Homeland Security to provide a roadmap to the vulnerabilities of the US infrastructure…
And his new black rim glasses are supposed to make us think he is more intelligent??
This is just the beginning of the ‘bad’ things that will happen to the NY AG. It looks like he is holding his ground and that’s a good thing. It’s just that the banksters have too much clout. It is interesting to hear Biden appear to support him…
"If mortgages were not properly transferred in the securitization process, then mortgage-backed securities would in fact not be backed by any mortgages whatsoever," Adam J. Levitin, a bankruptcy expert and professor at Georgetown University Law Center, told a congressional panel last November. Levitin said the problem could "cloud title to nearly every property in the United States" and could lead to trillions of dollars in losses.
Apparently when questioned not one of the state congress persons submitting the legislation (and there are about 24 different states) can give any reason or account of Sharia law actually being asked for in any court of law or why the legislation is needed. I’m going to speculate that this is yet another GOP thing.
On Wednesday, members of the North Carolina House debated HB 640, a bill to ban the use of Islamic Sharia law in state courts. This is nothing new: Since the beginning of 2009, two dozen states have considered such proposals, stemming from concerns that unless serious action is taken, American citizens will be forced to adhere to a draconian interpretation of Sharia. That’s the argument, at least, but through each of these bills, there’s been one nagging flaw—no one can explain, when pressed, why such legislation is necessary.