Even on the extreme off chance Chris sees your post, there is zero chance of him reading and comprehending multiple paragraphs that contain 3 syllable words.Just in the off-chance that Chris may be reading this forum, here's some wise words from a Social Security blog.
People keep asking me what's going to happen at Social Security with Donald Trump as President. For the most part, I don't know. I'm pretty sure that the people on Trump's Social Security transition team have little idea. It would be too early in any transition and there are ample signs that this will be a more disorganized transition than usual. Much may depend upon Trump's pick for Social Security Commissioner but that may not come for six months or more and it may not matter that much anyway. In most administrations, the Social Security Commissioner seems mostly to be told to not make waves.
The one thing that people worry about the most -- that Trump would try to privatize Social Security -- is out of the question. He's signaled that he opposes that. Few Congressional Republicans would have the heart for such a fight. Even Donald Trump can recognize that this is a fight he would lose badly. I wish he would try but he won't.
While there are many, many frightening things that could happen at Social Security in a year or two or four, the only immediate threat is to the agency's operating budget. We're on a continuing resolution now which runs out in December, if I remember correctly. I expect that will get rolled over until the Spring. Over the past six years the House GOP has been demanding greater and greater cuts for all agencies, including Social Security, and damn the consequences. However, it's been noticeable in the past that the Congressional GOP has always seemed far more interested in budget austerity when there was a Democratic President than when there was a Republican President, not that Social Security fared well under President George W. Bush. We are at the point that the news media can already report on horrendous backlogs at Social Security, if they choose to. Do Republicans want to risk bad media coverage on this? Do they even recognize or care about that risk when they've just been able to elect a President who's been accused of, among other things, sexually abusing more than a dozen women?
DR:TL veriosn: STFU Chris!
Actually it's usually only the FBI who handles these things. Secret Service investigations are generally focused on counterfeiting and national bank fraud. Their protection details don't really extend to criminal investigations as far as I know.At this point, we should just pin the link to the FBI's tip off page.
I feel so bad for the Secret Service agent that gets this case.
Is Chris physically incapable of genuinely admitting when he's wrong?[screencap]
Chris is kind of like their worst aspects concentrated. These people (loony leftists) claim to be kind, empathetic, open-minded, and tolerant, yet they're calling for the death of an accomplished man with a large and close-knit family.The fact that these grown ass adults are fucking crying and acting out like children is scarier than a Trump presidency.
The irony is they're hateful bigots to people they claim are hateful bigots.Chris is kind of like their worst aspects concentrated. These people (loony leftists) claim to be kind, empathetic, open-minded, and tolerant, yet they're calling for the death of an accomplished man with a large and close-knit family.
One of his kids is not even an adult yet.