Mustard Tree Stores

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Mustard Tree Stores
Mustard Tree Stores offers Tree Services services in Meridian MS.

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Mustard Tree Stores has an overall ZapScore of 69. This means that Mustard Tree Stores has a higher ZapScore than 69% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Meridian, Mississippi is 34 and in the Tree Services category is 27. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Mustard Tree Missions shared Washington Post's post.
"The government cheated, but it also won. Both things are true."

Mustard Tree Missions shared Caracas Chronicles's post.
Position yourself under the ice bucket.
This isn’t going to be like July 30th, when evidence of fraud began to pile on almost from the moment the polls closed. This is going to be like April 2013, when the opposition signalled fraud but could never prove it.

Mustard Tree Missions shared a link.
The Venezuelan regime took at least 17 of 23 states in gubernatorial elections that the opposition claims were heavily rigged.

Mustard Tree Missions shared U.S. Department of State's post.
"The United States is concerned that a series of actions by the National Electoral Council (CNE) calls into question the fairness of the electoral process."
The Venezuelan people deserve to have their voices heard through their nation’s Gubernatorial Elections this Sunday, October 15. The United States and the international community are paying close attention to this vote. The United States calls on the regime to hold free and fair elections. We note with great concern that the regime will not permit the presence of independent international electoral observers. We call on the Venezuelan government to permit independent domestic observers to fully monitor the election and its tabulation of results. Full statement: go.usa.gov/xnas7
The Venezuelan people deserve to have their voices heard through their nation’s Gubernatorial Elections this Sunday, October 15. The United States and the international community are paying close attention to this vote. The United States calls on the regime to hold free and fair elections.

Mustard Tree Missions shared Caracas Chronicles's post.
The exchange rate is now doubling every three months on average.
The price of a dollar hit 31,109 VEF/$ today, up from three thousand VEF/$ this January. Boom.
The dollar doubles to 31,000 in less than two months – textbook late Voodoo Populism.