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    KAMALA HARRIS ADMITS THAT SHE WILL BE RUNNING THE COUNTRY IF BIDEN WINS THE 2020 ELECTION

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/rDKMKviGmwgg/

    awesome that narrative will give Donald Trump Jnr an 8 year run as president after his dad has finished his term

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    US election: California’s AB5 employment legislation is Democratic gift to Donald TrumpROBERT GOTTLIEBSEN
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    Former vice-president and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden (L) and Senator from California and Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris.
    Former vice-president and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden (L) and Senator from California and Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris.
    AN HOUR AGO SEPTEMBER 16, 202043 COMMENTS
    Just as the ALP franking credits disaster played a huge role in delivering the prime ministership to Scott Morrison in 2018, Donald Trump has a similar weapon to use against Joe Biden and Kamala Harris – the so called “AB5” threat.

    And while “AB5” is not currently among the frontline Trump campaign issues like law and order, it has the potential to devastate Biden and Harris.

    AB5 refers to a Californian law championed by Harris. It was designed as a way to get rideshare companies like Uber and Lyft to classify all their contract drivers as employees. To do this, via AB5 legislation, the state restricted contract work over a wide area, including restricting the rights of large numbers of journalists, IT workers and tradespeople to work as contractors. Instead they had to be employees. Biden and Harris plan to extend the California law around the nation.

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    As you would expect, AB5 has reduced employment in California. Nationally the US unemployment rate is 10.2 per cent but the Californian rate is 14.9 per cent. Not all of that difference will be caused by AB5, but if California had matched the rest of the country in employment then American unemployment would have been far lower.

    And, apart from the impact of the US presidential race on Australia, we have a special interest in AB5 because Victoria is considering following California irrespective of the consequences to employment and income generation.

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    In California, the state governor reacted to some of the consequences of AB5 and added exceptions to the restricted rights of people deemed to be contractors.

    But, if anything, the changes made the law even worse. For example, the original law limited freelance journalists to no more than 35 articles a year for a single publication. This ban was removed but the removal was only lifted for written articles so video reports are still restricted to a quota.

    These days many freelance journalists are expected to work across different types of media, and under the amended AB5 they still can’t legally work for their clients.

    For IT companies it was relatively easy: they went elsewhere for their software and other contract work.

    California’s AB5 legislation, designed to give ride share drivers the same rights as employees, could become a presidential election issue. Picture: Getty Images
    California’s AB5 legislation, designed to give ride share drivers the same rights as employees, could become a presidential election issue. Picture: Getty Images
    But shifting out of California is not as easy for tradespeople and the original targets of the laws: Uber and Lyft.

    Using the AB5 legislation, California went to the courts alleging that Uber and Lyft misclassified workers as contractors and were unfairly withholding pay and benefits from them.

    Uber and Lyft have maintained they are technology providers and that drivers who use their platforms are independent contractors. Uber threatened to shut down in California if it lost the case. A California appeals court ruling has avoided that shutdown, effectively allowing a decision to be decided by a special Californian ballot measure in November.

    End of the gig economy

    Influential Republican congressman for California, Kevin McCarthy, says AB5 is destroying California’s gig economy and the law has encouraged companies to move their businesses out of the state.

    But just as it took the Liberals a long time to wake up to the electoral power of franking credits, so far Trump has not launched an attack on Biden and Harris over AB5. He may be waiting for the debates.

    Trump could follow Australia in any US independent contracting proposals. Our law states state that if a person makes an arrangement to undertake a task for remuneration, and that arrangement gives all the control over hours, times of work, and locations to the receiving enterprise, then it’s an employment relationship. It’s covered by the employment rules.

    If, on the other hand, the person performing the task has a choice as to whether to accept the work and, where appropriate, to be able choose when the work is done and how a task is carried out, then it is a contracting relationship.

    US Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris. Picture: Getty Images
    US Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris. Picture: Getty Images
    Usually in contracting you can do work for others and often provide your own tools.

    Accordingly in Australia, the Uber system of distribution has been declared contracting and not employment, partly because of the freedom Uber drivers have to accept or reject work on offer.

    The Victorian committee report looking at the gig economy recommends the Commonwealth abandon the common law test for self-employment and replace it with a new test called the “entrepreneurial test”. Exactly how this test would be worded is not spelt out. But if it follows the original Californian AB5 legislation, the whole gambit of self-employment would be covered.

    Despite its recommendation, the committee discovered how Australians were using independent contracting to their benefit. The report conducted a national survey of 14,000 people which discovered that 7.1 per cent were currently doing gig work but of that 7.1 per cent, just 2.7 per cent had gig work as their full-time income.

    So just 0.19 per cent of the total Australian workforce uses the gig economy for their full time income.

    The report shows that workers use the various “gig” platforms and the choice of contracting available to work around other commitments to gain additional opportunities to generate income.

    Almost certainly that will be the case in California.

    But given the widespread belief that it robs people of benefits Trump must determine whether AB5 is a “franking credits” issue.

    ROBERT GOTTLIEBSENBUSINESS COLUMNIST
    Robert Gottliebsen has spent more than 50 years writing and commentating about business and investment in Aus

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    BLACK PANTHERS FORCE SHOP TO CLOSE AFTER BEING ROBBED BY A 'BLACK QUEEN

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/6TSgbZWhM2VU/

    black genocide coming .. and it might not be white supremacists ( it might be business owners letting starve to death )

    Malcolm X would be spinning in his grave

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    — Meet Norm Eisen: Legal Hatchet Man and Central Operative in the “Color Revolution” Against President Trump.
    There are ominous similarities between the strategies and tactics the United States government employs in so-called “Color Revolutions” and the coordinated efforts of government bureaucrats, NGOs, and the media to oust President Trump.
    https://www.revolver.news/2020/09/meet-norm-eisen-legal-hatchet-man-and-central-operative-in-the-color-revolution-against-president-trump/

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    yes CIA blue-prints followed closely HOWEVER when used against the President and parts of the US government that becomes treason and sedition

    and Trump has reactivated the death penalty .. let's see who turns whistle-blower and who disappears into a military tribunal

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    INTERVIEW WITH FORMER NSA TECHNOLOGY DIRECTOR WILLIAM BINNEY BY CDMEDIA

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/oX7wPE2PByph/

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    Drumpf did not dodge the draft to go to Vietnam because he was a pacifist flower child who wanted to make love and smoke dope ,what is not like about a draft dodger being commander and chief ???

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    ask the same about Bill Clinton even GW Bush was shielded from any hostile action

    in contrast JFK actually DID go to war ( unlike many others after him )

    you don't have to be a pacifist to have no desire to travel overseas to kill people you haven't already met and had conflict with

    a whole different game if you come to my home and start kicking in the door

    wars are messy things they usually damage the lives of the survivors as well ( and poison trade relationships for decades

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    I agree Clinton Bush and Drumpf are all tarred with the same brush a bunch of conservative cowards and shirkers, all of them do have plenty of courage when it comes to waging a drug war against law abiding peaceful unarmed Americans who smoke marijuana .

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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_Biden

    no mention of military service for Biden either

    as a trained lawyer , Joe didn't seem to stick to obeying the law in his last 40 plus years of a career in politics as often as you would hope

    PS asthma was no impediment to the Australian Army Reserve accepting my application and i was nowhere near as accomplished in sport as Joe was .

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    AG BARR RECOMMENDS SEDITION CHARGES FOR ANTIFA, FAR LEFTISTS ARE ORGANIZED AND ANTI AMERICAN

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/yV_vO8knCHE/

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    no mention of the gun toting criminal lunatics on the far right???? Drumpf does not care about Americans if he did he would not be dividing Americans and lying to get himself re elected , America is finished regardless of the outcome of the November election they already hate their friends families and neighbours so much they are oblivious to their real enemies preoccupied killing each other .

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    the ultra-right haven't shown their hand yet they will wait for law and order to break down so they can play by no rules at all .

    they will happily let you abolish the police

    remember Judge Dredd , both law and executioner that is the NICE image of the Ultra-Right

    don't fall for the propaganda

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    Antifa and Blm labelled as Terrorist Organisations opens a few doors.
    Follow the money. The NSA has all the online and phone calls of foreign and domestic citizens. -- Emails, instant messages and Facebook posts, as well as contact lists and raw Internet traffic from militants. With FISA warrants the FBI can hop to anyone directly or indirectly connected to them. That also goes to financial transactions. There must be a web of shell companies involved with the routing of monies to them. ANTIFA and BLM must be deemed terrorist groups by the DOJ soon. That would allow Treasury to sanction organizations and individuals who do business with them.

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    we'll see BLM and ANTIFA are only the public face of the problem and part of the problem is inside the government

    look for Guam to be turned into a military prison just like the Cuba base

    several charges likely will go through military tribunals remember the corruption in the FBI went all the way to the top ( at least twice , three if you count J. Edgar Hoover ))

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    MAN IN KELSO WA STARTS A FIRE IN A RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOOD

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/SdCQj3V4Hkij/

    WOW climate change caught on video ( well that is what the local FBI and Dems call it )

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    Pennsylvania court extends ballot deadline for November presidential election

    https://www.investing.com/news/politics/pennsylvania-court-extends-ballot-deadline-for-november-presidential-election-2299472

    *** The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled that late ballots can be accepted if they are postmarked by Election Day, or if they lack a legible postmark, "unless a preponderance of the evidence demonstrates that it was mailed after Election Day." ***

    so what about fake postmarks because in there are more than a few illegible postmarks one would have to suspect some sort of mischief

    *** The court's five-justice Democratic majority also rejected a bid from the Green Party to add its presidential and vice presidential candidates, Howie Hawkins (NASDAQ:HWKN) and Angela Walker, to November's ballot, ruling that the party's paperwork was flawed under state law.

    The court had previously ordered clerks to pause preparations for the election earlier in the week while it considered the Green Party case. Thursday's decision frees officials to resume printing and mailing ballots.

    The ruling was similar to one issued this week in Wisconsin, where the Green Party was also barred from joining the ballot due to paperwork problems. ***

    will be interesting to see if the Green supporters in those states ( and elsewhere ) decline to vote at all ( or seem to vote twice .. once the actual voter and one illegal one ) can the Greens become the No.2 party this election .. as 'Walk Away' gathers momentum

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    JOE BIDEN DOESN’T WANT YOU TO SEE THIS DEVASTATING VIDEO THAT SHOULD END HIS CAMPAIGN!!!

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/kxd09wcB0zo/

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    EVEN TARGETING HOSPITALIZED COPS

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/VBbrZbl0dw61/

    more workers liable to vote for Trump

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    SPOTIFY EMPLOYEES ALREADY TRYING TO GET JOE ROGAN BANNED, SEVERAL EPISODES REMOVED ALREADY

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/4phnNCIDWOU/

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