Jan. 18th, 2017

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Будущий министр среднего образования раздала нехилые деньги за свой портфель министра. Какое счастье, что я небуду работать при нейи мои внуки закончили среднюю школу. 

During just the 2014 and 2016 election cycles, Emma Brown calculated that DeVos and her relatives gave at least $818,000 in hard dollars to 20 current Republican senators, including more than $250,000 to five members of the committee who questioned her last night.

Она ни уха, ни рыла в среднем образовании, которое на гос.обеспечени,т. е. на наши налоги.
Она отказалась отвечать на острые вопросы на слушании.

Бедные дети и вся страна, если эту миллиардершу сделают министром.

Да, а оружие в школах,это просто замечательно. Детишки сами себя смогут защитить.

-- The left is having a field day with the grizzlies gaffe:

Sen. Murray warns against ‘rushing nominees through’ confirmation hearings

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6 head-scratching moments from Betsy DeVos's confirmation hearing

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 Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) had a tense exchange Jan. 17 with Betsy DeVos, President-elect Donald Trump’s nominee for education secretary, over whether to allow guns in schools. (Reuter-- The most memorable moment, though, came when DeVos said local officials should decide whether to allow guns in schools. Mentioning rural Wyoming, she said: “I would imagine there’s probably a gun in the school to protect from potential grizzlies.” An incredulous Chris Murphy, the Connecticut senator who represents parents that lost children at Newtown’s Sandy Hook Elementary in 2012, asked whether she will support Trump if he follow through on his promise to ban gun-free school zones. “I will support what the president-elect does,” she replied.


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