Impeachment Lawyer Should Not Scare Anyone.

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Daniel S. Goldman has swagger? Brains? That is what his colleagues say, but what do they really know? They work at the Department Of Justice and if they could, they would go into the real world and prove there worth. Does the DOJ ever prosecute cases with less than a 90% conviction rate? No, they do not. With unlimited power and money and hatred for successful people, the Department of Justice (an oxymoron) is a corrupt,devious body of slime. Both the Fbi and the DOJ are beyond sleazy. We saw it with Comey, McCabe and the rest of the sleazy bastards that have the keys to the fiefdom.
To go after the president like this will prove a slaughter next election. People see thru liberal dirtbags like Chuck Schummer, Nancy Pelosi, Adam Schiff, Maxine Waters and AOC. Scum bags who will not let the president do his job because he kicked the living shit out of Hillary Clinton.
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The Democrats’ lead impeachment hearing lawyer made his bones as a prosecutor by sending mobsters, stock swindlers and a multimillion-dollar inside trader to prison, cases in which colleagues said he mixed brains and “swagger” to win convictions.

a couple of people that are standing in a room: Daniel Goldman, counsel to the House Intelligence Committee, will have 45 minutes to question impeachment witnesses at the outset of each hearing.
© Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call/AP Daniel Goldman, counsel to the House Intelligence Committee, will have 45 minutes to question impeachment witnesses at the outset of each hearing.
Daniel S. Goldman spent a decade as an assistant U.S. attorney in Manhattan, a jurisdiction known for its tough, high-profile cases. He left that job in 2017 to become a television legal analyst but now holds a weightier role questioning witnesses called to testify about President Trump’s effort to convince Ukraine to investigate a political rival.

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At the public hearings before the House Intelligence Committee due to begin Wednesday, Goldman is slotted to question each witness for 45 minutes, followed by five-minute question sessions for each lawmaker. Stephen R. Castor, general counsel for the House Oversight Committee, will be the Republicans’ point man.

The format is a significant departure from routine congressional hearings, where lawmakers have the spotlight and seldom cede the microphone and live television coverage to a staffer. By assigning a big chunk of the questioning to a committee lawyer, and in Goldman’s case, an accomplished former prosecutor, party leaders are tacitly acknowledging just how serious the stakes are.

Friends and colleagues said Goldman has had tremendous training for the bright lights of the national stage.

In 2017, when then-Assistant U.S. Attorney Brooke Cucinella was preparing for the trial of Billy Walters, a professional gambler who made millions on insider stock trades, she knew it would make big headlines, in part because the case involved champion golfer Phil Mickelson.

Cucinella said she requested Goldman to be on the trial team “because he has a bit of a swagger as a trial lawyer, and it’s a confidence that serves him well. In a courtroom, he’s in­cred­ibly effective.”

Walters, one of the most successful sports gamblers in Las Vegas history, rolled the dice against Cucinella and Goldman and lost. He was convicted on all counts and sentenced to five years in prison. But after the verdict, on the night prosecutors took out the FBI case agent for thank-you drinks, Goldman received a devastating phone call — his brother had died in a plane crash.

It was not the first time his family had suffered a terrible loss. Goldman’s father, a federal prosecutor in Washington, died when Goldman was a boy.

“He’s an incredible family person,” Cucinella said. “I don’t quite know how to say this, but I think he’s humble enough to get input from other people and will take into account what really matters to people.”

At points in his life, Goldman has shown his sensitive side. As a new legal analyst for NBC, he appeared last year on the now-defunct “Megyn Kelly Today” show to talk about wedding engagement stories.

Goldman described how he proposed to his wife — a funny story featuring a ring, a fortune cookie and a foot of fresh snow. At the end of the story, his fellow panelists laughed and Kelly told him, “You’re a romantic at heart.”

That video clip made the rounds among his former colleagues in the prosecutor’s office, who mocked him for months over it, those close to him said. But people who have worked alongside Goldman describe him as a meticulous lawyer who can absorb volumes of information and distill it in a meaningful way for a jury.

“He was one of the go-to trial guys, and there’s no case that’s too complex for him. He’s a great prosecutor and he’s got a very powerful presence,” said Preet Bharara, the former U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York who was Goldman’s boss for years. “To the extent the public will be watching and looking for a credible questioner, I think they will be very impressed with Dan Goldman.”

Bharara said the impeachment hearings will be challenging for even a skilled trial lawyer, because of the proceeding’s unusual nature.

Impeachment “is fully, 100 percent a legal event, in that it’s a constitutional enterprise right from the start,” he said. “At the same time, the nature of the constitutional proceeding is a dynamic that includes two political branches, so it’s political in that sense, but not political in the pejorative sense. That’s how the Founders wanted this to happen.”

Bharara noted an incident last month when one of the closed-door impeachment hearings was stormed by angry Republican lawmakers, some of whom tweeted from inside a room for sharing classified information.

“You have to be calm, and strong, and roll with the punches, and I think Dan has always had his wits about him,” Bharara said.

Eight years ago, Goldman prosecuted a number of Genovese mobsters, including a hit man named Fotios “Freddy” Geas. The hit man was sentenced to life in prison for his crimes, but he would become an even bigger name in the criminal world as an inmate. Last year, Geas was identified by law enforcement officials as the prime suspect in the slaying of notorious Boston mob boss James “Whitey” Bulger — a prison killing for which no one has been charged.

After the mobster cases, Goldman prosecuted a sprawling auto insurance fraud case involving Russian organized crime figures. Dozens of suspects were charged in the scheme to rip off insurance companies for more than $100 million by submitting false bills for fake injuries. Officials said the key players in the group were all named Mike, so the gang used nicknames: Russian Mike, Skinny Mike, Fat Mike and Mike B.

Goldman also won convictions in that case.

Days after the House Intelligence Committee chairman, Rep. Adam B. Schiff (D-Calif.), hired Goldman in March, he brought in another former prosecutor from the Southern District of New York, Daniel Noble, to work alongside Goldman.

Each brings a wealth of prosecutorial experience to the impeachment inquiry, but congressional hearings are far different from a courtroom in critical respects. There are no federal rules of evidence to follow, nor a judge to make snap decisions on the evidence or arguments. Questions are limited by the clock.

But the impeachment inquiry to date has been strikingly similar in one respect to the rituals of criminal prosecution: Many of the key witnesses in impeachment have testified behind closed doors, similar to the way in which prosecutors will use a grand jury to lock in witness statements before outside influence or fuzzy memories weaken the evidence.

The committee, with Goldman doing a great deal of the questioning, has nailed down the accounts of a number of key witnesses, though others have so far resisted subpoenas for their testimony.

Goldman’s task will be to present a compelling portrait of all that Democrats have uncovered in recent weeks, and to convince the public that the president’s actions merit impeachment.

“This is probably the toughest jury he or any of them will ever face,” said Goldman’s former boss, Mimi Rocah. “When people are in courtrooms deciding a criminal trial, they really are able to put aside personal and political beliefs. Here, that’s harder to do, because people are at home watching television, reading it all through a certain lens.”

Goldman “has done big trials, and big trials are about distilling a mountain of information down to what’s important. He is very good at that,” Rocah said. “Dan Goldman is about to become a household name.”

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Crazy Hillary Clinton.

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Hillary Clinton has made some pretty dumb remarks in her time but nothing takes the cake with her comments about Tulsi Gabbard. For some reason she thinks that Russia is backing her, which goes against the grain that she first said that they backed president Trump. All over the place, Hillary Clinton continues the speaking circuit. Clinton is unable to get with grips that she lost, that she really wasn’t what the people wanted. She did win the popular vote but how many of those voters were illegal? Gabbard has a right to sue her and should, those accusations were wrong and bizzare.
Democrats continue there illegal impeachment process. Adam Schiff is technically breaking the law. Republicans are not allowed to call Joe Biden, Hunter Biden, nor are they able to cross examine this so called whistleblower.
No one has seen or heard from Katie Hill. What is going on with her?
Big league ass hole Mike Bloomberg is not running in the first four primaries. This moron will not be able to get the votes if he does not run in them.

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Tulsi Gabbard demands Hillary Clinton apologize and retract her remarks.

Presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard has sent an official communication to Hillary Clinton — through her attorneys — demanding the 2016 Democartic nominee retract her comment on Gabbard and Russia.

“Your statement is defamatory, and we demand that you retract it immediately,” the letter reads.

“In making the statement, you knew it was false. Congresswoman Gabbard is not a Russian asset and is not being groomed by Russia,”the letter said. “Besides your statement, no law enforcement or intelligence agencies have claimed, much less presented any evidence, that Congresswoman Gabbard is a Russian asset. This fabricated story is so facially improbable that it is actionable as defamation.”

Gabbard is also demanding that Clinton hold a press conference to “verbally retract” her remarks.

Tulsi Gabbard really doesn’t want folks to forget Hillary Clinton’s comments. The Gabbard campaign is demanding Clinton hold a press conference where to “verbally retract” her comments.

— Daniel Strauss (@DanielStrauss4) November 11, 2019

During an interview with David Plouffe, Clinton said of the Russians, “I think they’ve got their eye somebody who’s currently in the Democratic primary and are grooming her to be the third-party candidate. She’s a favorite of the Russians.”

When asked by NBC News if this was a reference to Gabbard, a Clinton spokesperson responded, “If the nesting doll fits…”

Gabbard’s lawyers pointed to this response as the reason to believe Clinton was targeting her and linking Gabbard’s campaign to Russia and not Republicans as Clinton later claimed.

“It appears you may now be claiming that this statement is about Republicans (not Russians) grooming Gabbard. But this makes no sense in light of what you actually said. After you made the statement linking Congresswoman Gabbard to the Russians, you (through your spokesman) doubled down on it with the Russian nesting dolls remark,” the letter reads.

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Bloomberg Has No Shot.

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Globalist, sometime a Republican, sometimes a Democrat,other times an Independent, Mike Bloomberg is a dangerous person. He told people they they could not smoke any longer and put in draconian laws to prevent people from smoking. All because his father died from smoking, Bloomberg brought his personal prejudice to city hall. Also offensive, Bloomy told people how much salt they could have and tried to prevent restaurants from putting salt on the table. His big gulp campaign prevented people from having a large soda. Politics like that belong in Russia and China, not the United States.
Mike Bloomberg is a globalist, by that I mean he wants to take the American citizens rights away. Guns, free speech and basic human rights would be gone under Bloomberg. His “he’s always right” attitude grew old in New York City. All Bloomberg did in NYC was build parks on 42end st, 34th st and Harold Sq. If Bloomberg was to be president, it would be a disaster. Pompous and not willing to yield, NYC suffered under Mickie.Read Below:
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We’ve had the baby. So why not the nanny?

Donald Trump has turned the White House — and America — into his crib, wailing and spitting up and throwing things. Republican lawmakers have been consigned to diaper duty. So maybe it’s fitting for Mrs. Doubtfire to pop in to lay down the law in this federally funded nursery.

As in love, voters in presidential races often look for the opposite of what they’ve had. George W. Bush was uninformed and impulsive, so enter Barack Obama. Obama painted cautiously in gray tones, so enter the kaleidoscopic Donald Trump.

Now Trump’s vertiginous reign and policies on climate, guns and trade may have inspired the pragmatic Michael Bloomberg to step up as his opposite. Someone from Bloomberg-world told Axios that if the former mayor of New York jumps in, he will spend “whatever it takes” to defeat Trump.

“All across America, people are clutching their Big Gulps,” David Axelrod cracked.

It’s not a good sign for Democrats — or flagging Joe Biden — that the 77-year-old plutocrat is casting himself as the savior of the party. The trembling Democratic donor class was overjoyed that a Wall Street guy might jump in. But a Bloomberg bid could open the door for Elizabeth Warren to run away with the nomination.

Still, it would be undeniably entertaining to have a stinging face-off between a couple of rich, caustic New Yorkers who have skyscrapers known by their names blocks apart.

“Little Michael,” as Trump calls Bloomberg, versus the Big Fraud, as Bloomberg thinks of Trump. Maybe they could just conduct the whole campaign at Hudson Yards.

One is a real deal maker who cares about public policy and one is a fake deal maker who only cares about himself. One self-made billionaire who’s good at business would mock the so-called billionaire and bankruptcy king who needed a constant cash flow from daddy Fred. One is in the media business and one denounces the press as degenerates, lowlifes and enemies of the people. One is a genuine philanthropist and one was just ordered to pay $2 million in damages after admitting money raised by his charitable foundation was used in part for his presidential bid and to settle business debts. One is totally controlling and one is totally out of control. One rants about trans fats and one gorges on them.

Both of these salesmen can be charming or thin-skinned and arrogant. Both have politically fluid histories. Both have their feet to thank for keeping them out of Vietnam; Bloomberg had flat feet and Trump (supposedly) had bone spurs. Both have been accused of having a sexist streak, even though they supported Hillary Clinton at times and have voiced appreciation for smart women. And both men have talked openly about their love of beautiful women.

As Bloomberg told me in 2001, right after the bachelor announced he would run for mayor: “Nobody has ever accused me of not being interested in women. I have the other problem when they write the story.” Trump once had a date with Candice Bergen and Bloomberg had a dinner with Diana Ross. Bloomberg talked about his love of Bond girls but, unlike Trump, preferred more mature women in real life.

“I find women my age more interesting, I guess,” he told me. “Maybe it’s just that I have less in common with younger women. It’s also safer. Somehow or other, the wives of your friends find it much more reassuring.”

Trump didn’t waste any time trashing a possible new opponent, focusing on looks, as usual. Mr. Rogers said that making people feel less than they are was the greatest evil, but for Trump, it’s the most fun.

“He doesn’t have the magic to do well,” the president said of Bloomberg as he left the White House Friday morning for a trip to Georgia, adding, “Little Michael will fail.”

While it is true that “kinetic TV personality” are not words you would connect to Bloomberg, the media mogul does know how to go for the jugular. Remember his Philly smackdown at the Democratic convention?

In 2015, when Bloomberg the company reported that Trump was worth only $2.9 billion, Trump was hot under the Brioni collar. He suggested that Bloomberg the man had encouraged his reporters to write a lower number because he was jealous that Trump was running for president and, referring to the Bloomberg financial data terminals, scoffed: “I wouldn’t have one of their little screens.”

Told recently that Ivanka Trump felt betrayed by his speech at the Democratic convention, because she considered him a good friend, Bloomberg did some scoffing of his own, saying that they had never been close.

Whenever I talked to Bloomberg over the years about running, it was clear he wanted to and felt he would do a great job as Nanny in Chief. But all the polls he commissioned made him think it was not feasible. He didn’t want to run against Hillary, and at first he didn’t see a path to run this time. But watching Biden implode and Mayor Pete climb and seeing the gazillion-dollar Medicare-for-all plan of Warren — whom Bloomberg thought had a shot as recently as the fall — all combined to tempt him toward a 2020 race.

As The Times’s Michael Grynbaum tweeted, slyly summing up the Gotham derby: “How many New York City personalities can one country handle?”

But then, Trump hasn’t been too friendly to New York lately. He changed his primary residency to Palm Beach, and on Friday, when he was asked about the fine on his foundation, he barked, “New York is a corrupt state.”

And he should know.

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Adam Schiff changing the rules on who can be subpoenaed. Adam Schiff is a low life pencil neck ahole. Not playing by the constitution, Schiff maybe, should be, sanctioned by Washington. Like Mike Bloomberg, he is a deep state globalist. Globalists like George Soros, Schiff, Pelosi, Bloomberg and the Council On Foreign Relations want a one world order. They all push climate change to suppress economic gain. Socialists to the core they stop at nothing to ruin capitalism and if they had there way we would be like Venezuela. A power grab to tell people how to live, Bernie Sanders and co would have us beholden to the government.
Bloomberg will never get the Muslim vote being Jewish.
Katie “Horizontal” Hill like Hunter Biden has disappeared from public site.
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Don Jr With The Bimbos Of The View.

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The bimbos were in full force on the view today. from Woopi the skank to fat Megyn Mc Cain, these pigs are dumb and dumber. Even Abby Huntsman got into the act attacking Don Jr about the whistleblower. Fat Megyn Mc Cain got into the act about her father, “singing John Mc Cain” being called a non war hero. Baher and the “layer” on the show tried to go lawyer on Kimberly Guilfoyle and got shot down.
The View, like the main stream media is biased and it was so evident today. The media does not report the news any longer, they distort it.
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Guests clashed with hosts and hosts clashed with audience members at the ABC show on Thursday.
“The booing is fucking us up,” The View co-host Whoopi Goldberg told the morning show’s audience during a commercial break on Thursday. “It’s messing with everyone’s mic. You can grimace and all that. All we hear is booing.”

Goldberg was trying to restore a sense of calm and civility after a rancorous first interview segment with Donald Trump Jr. and his girlfriend, former Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle. (The Hollywood Reporter attended the show as a member of the audience and took notes.)

Booing is a no-no for members of the show’s audience, but the crowd on Thursday alternatively booed and cheered as Trump and Guilfoyle clashed with members of the show’s cast, including Joy Behar, Abby Huntsman, Sunny Hostin and Meghan McCain.

The front rows were stocked with audience members who seemed to be mostly supportive of the First Son, including a man wearing a Trump hat who asked, “Who killed Epstein?,” during a commercial break at the end of the show.

During another commercial break, one woman in the audience tried taking Goldberg to task for a comment she made more than 10 years ago about Roman Polanski, which Don Jr. tried to repurpose as an attack on Goldberg.

“I don’t know what you’re talking about,” the woman said to Goldberg. “Then be quiet and listen to me,” the co-host responded. (The woman was also asked by a member of the show’s staff to stop using her cellphone, another no-no for The View audience members.)

Later, as the woman left the studio with a fellow audience member, she said of Goldberg: “I definitely riled her up. She was so upset.”

McCain seemed particularly uncomfortable with the presence of Trump and Guilfoyle, and did not make eye contact with either one when they first took the stage.

She later thanked her fellow co-hosts for the way they handled the appearance, which was timed to coincide with the release of Trump’s book, Triggered.

At one point in the show, McCain turned to the man in the audience wearing the Trump hat and said, “If you can let me speak, I would appreciate it.”

The interview started off combatively, with Huntsman taking Trump to task for re-tweeting an article exposing the name of the Ukraine whistleblower.

When Trump responded that he was speaking as a “private citizen,” a woman in the audience responded, “You’re not a private citizen!”

Trump tried attacking ABC for the network’s handling of a 2015 interview with Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who has accused the late Jeffrey Epstein of sexual misconduct. “ABC right now is chasing down a whistleblower about all the Epstein stuff,” he said, referring to a network investigation to determine who leaked an internal recording of ABC News anchor Amy Robach. He also accused Behar of “wearing blackface.”

Both Goldberg and Behar encouraged Trump to lower his voice. “Stop yelling!” Goldberg said. “You didn’t have to yell that,” Behar said. “I can hear you.” (“I’m new here,” Trump responded. “Sorry.”)

After Goldberg’s no-booing warning went unheeded, a warm-up comedian tried again during a later commercial break. “No booing, no yelling out,” she said. “No booing, everybody.”

When Goldberg told the audience that the Trump/Guilfoyle segment was ending, a man in the audience yelled: “Praise the lord!”

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A Muslim Wins In Maine.

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Scary that another Muslim woman wins an election. This one is from Somalia and she is liberal and it is scary that Christians would vote for her. Muslims are not big on anyone outside their religion so voting for her was a mistake.
In other news… it seems that the only thing Adam Schiff is holding right now is his dick. The early reports coming in state that this buffoon has nothing on president Trump. That his whistleblowers are blowing each other. Adam Schiff is a moron wh, like other Democrats can’t get over that Donald Trump became the president of the United States.
Adam Schiff needs, and deserves to be sanctioned. He has obstructed justice and has lied repeatedly; sleazy tactics have been used here in this process.
Hunter Biden has not had to answer any questions about his Ukraine dealings. It is a catastrophe that Biden, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton have not had to be brought to task on this subject. It seems that the Clinton’s are bullet proof. Jefferey Epstein was killed in prison, probably because he held blackmail over Clinton, Dersowitz and other sleaze balls.
The American people have had it with the baby Democrats and the lousey tactics on the left. Look for a rout in the 2020 election. Elizabeth Warren, Mayor Pete, Joe Biden and especially Bernie Sanders cannot defeat Donald Trump. The economy is too strong, people are fed up with socialists like AOC and the 3 other bimbos who for the time being are in office.
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the Lewiston City Council.

Shrugging off attacks on her skin color and faith, Khalid declared that “community organizers beat internet trolls.”

The attacks didn’t seem to faze voters. Khalid won with nearly 70% of the vote to make history in the former mill city.

“I worked really hard. I knocked on thousands of doors. That’s what paid off,” Khalid told The Associated Press in an interview Wednesday.

Maine is the nation’s whitest state, but it is home to a growing population of Africans who have fled their homeland.

First- and second-generation candidates from four African countries — Somalia, Congo, Ghana and Nigeria — won seats on city councils and school committees across the state, continuing an established trend, said Mufalo Chitam, executive director of the Maine Immigrants’ Rights Coalition.

“There’s been a push for us to have bigger representation in office in the towns,” she said. “That’s where the decisions are made. If we’re not in those offices, then someone is going to make the decisions for us.”

In Lewiston, ugly hateful messages, mostly from out of state, targeted Khalid. Someone said she should be stoned. Another shared her home address on a Facebook group. Some of the attacks drove her to tears.

Opponents spread a photo of her when she was a 15-year-old high school freshman flipping off the camera. The photo taken by a friend.

“I was a child,” she said. “I was 15. I didn’t know any better.”

Khalid deleted the Facebook app from her cellphone and deactivated her Twitter account. Then she focused on continuing to knock on doors in her ward whenever she wasn’t at her job as a caseworker.

Mainers generally don’t like outsiders meddling in their affairs, so the out-of-state social media trolling could have backfired to a certain extent, Lewiston voter Amber St. Onge said.

“A teenager pointing a middle finger is not a big scandal,” added Abdifatah Afrah, of Lewiston. “That’s nothing compared to what we see in the news with politicians every day.”

Somalis began moving to Lewiston two decades ago in search of affordable housing after many settled in Portland, 36 miles (58 kilometers) away. The city of 36,000, second in population in Maine only to Portland, is now home to more than 5,000 Africans.

Khalid was born in Somalia and remembers living in a refugee camp before coming to the United States.

As a city councilor, she wants to ensure that there is affordable housing that is free from lead contamination, which is a problem in the city’s older housing stock. She wants to boost aging infrastructure, bring in investment, and support local businesses. She also wants to boost schools.

“When I came here, I didn’t know how to write my name or speak any word of English. I am who I am because of public education. Our children deserve the highest-quality education,” she said.

Lewiston Mayor Kristen Cloutier said she was impressed by the poise showed by the young politician to ensure people in her community are represented and have a seat at the table.

Khalid will be the youngest person on the council in January.

“If those (messages) had been directed at me, I would’ve been hiding under my bed,” Cloutier said. “I don’t know that I would’ve had the courage to fight another day. That speaks to her resiliency and her dedication.”


This story has been updated to correct the day of the AP interview with Khalid to Wednesday, instead of Tuesday.

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They had slick Willy, they had everybody until ABC News squashed it. It is cover up city over there. Jeff Epstein and his cronies like Allen Dershowitz, Bill Clinton and many others used to take vacations to Epstein’s private Island and abuse under age girls. Its that simple and ABC, like CNN, MSNBC, NBC,CBS, the BBC and all the other liberal outlets, covered it up. Amy Robach in an interview tells a fellow journalist that “they had Clinton, they had everything” and that she was told to squash the story. What used to be a journalistic news station, ABC has become a “personal” station and not a news organization. We see people all the time, Erin Burnett, Morning Joe, Rachel Maddow, Shepard Smith giving there opinion and not reporting the news. News journalist are supposed to be objective,not subjective like they have become.
For ABC to kill this story is a travesty because people need to know just how sleezy the Clinton’s are, what a low life Harvard Law School professor Allen Dersowitz is. That a man like Jeffrey Epstein could get away with this for so long and not have been jailed earlier. In his townhouse in New York City, Epstein has a painting of Bill Clinton in Monica Lewinsky’s dress. It must have been a very kinky relationship with Epstein and the rest of his perverts. In killing this story, ABC has effectively put people in danger. Why hasn’t ABC brought this story forward? We need to know who these sicko’s are so that we can go after them and hold them accountable.
Child molestation is a serious crime and the American people need to see who these people are and we need them brought to justice. Robert Massimi
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VIDEO: Leaked ABC News Insider Recording EXPOSES #EpsteinCoverup “We had Clinton, We had Everything”
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• “I’ve Had This Story for Three Years… (ABC) Would Not Put It on The Air” says Good Morning America Breaking News Anchor, and 20/20 Co-Anchor Amy Robach. “It Was Unbelievable… We Had – Clinton, We Had Everything…”
• Robach: “We Had Her Whole Allegations About Prince Andrew…I Got a Little Concerned About Why I Couldn’t Get On.”
• Amy Robach Describes How She Interviewed a Woman Who Had the Courage to Come Forward “Years” Ago About Epstein: “She Had Pictures, She Had Everything. She Was in Hiding for Twelve Years. We Convinced Her to Come Out. We Convinced Her to Talk to Us.”
• Robach Details ABC’s Initial Response to Her: “Who’s Jeffrey Epstein? No One Knows Who That is. This is a Stupid Story
• Robach: “Now it’s All Coming Out … I Freaking Had All Of It…”

(New York, NY) Newly revealed footage leaked by an ABC insider has exposed how network executives rejected allegations against Jeffrey Epstein years ago, even though there was content regarding the merit of those claims in-hand.

Amy Robach, ‘Good Morning America’ Co-Host and Breaking News Anchor at ABC, explains how a witness came forward years ago with information pertaining to Epstein, but Disney-owned ABC News refused to air the material for years. Robach vents her anger in a “hot mic” moment with an off-camera producer, explaining that ABC quashed the story in it’s early stages. “I’ve had this interview with Virginia Roberts (Now Virginia Guiffre) [alleged Epstein victim]. We would not put it on the air. Um, first of all, I was told “Who’s Jeffrey Epstein. No one knows who that is. This is a stupid story.”

She continues, “The Palace found out that we had her whole allegations about Prince Andrew and threatened us a million different ways.”

Robach goes on to express she believes that Epstein was killed in prison saying, “So do I think he was killed? 100% Yes, I do…He made his whole living blackmailing people… Yup, there were a lot of men in those planes. A lot of men who visited that Island, a lot of powerful men who came into that apartment.”

Robach repeats a prophetic statement purportedly made by Attorney Brad Edwards “…[T]here will come a day when we will realize Jeffrey Epstein was the most prolific pedophile this country has ever known,” and Disgustedly Robach states “I had it all three years ago.”

Project Veritas intends to continue its investigation into corruption in the Mainstream Media. We encourage that Brave insiders at these organizations come forward with any information they have, so that the public knows what is really going on within these media companies.

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Now – this group is doing some SERIOUS investigative reporting.


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Notice she says, “he made his living blackmailing.” And people wonder how a few people can control the world…


8 hours ago
This is not trending!?!? YouTube no different than ABC, shame on them


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Project veritas and james o’Keefe deserve awards for this


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Whenever you think the MSM couldn’t get any lower

CNN, MSNBC, ABC: Hold my beer


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“Dead men tell no tales”… pirates still alive and well in 2019.


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Praying for her safety. She’s gonna need the body guards now. Really hope they don’t get to her now


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“There will come a day when we realize Epstein was the most prolific pedophile…” Yeah, that was over a decade ago we realized that. But the mainstream media protected him to protect the rich and powerful he blackmailed for his wealth.


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1.5 million views and still not trending…? Trump’s right: MSMs are the people’s enemies!


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The media is a domestic enemy.


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I’m willing to bet the likes are being toned down.


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3 years ago was the election. They killed the story to help

Keep The Chinese Tariffs In Place.

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China talks a tough game but there economy is on the ropes. Stuck in recession the Chinese need us a hell of a lot more than we need them. President Trump should keep the tariffs and drive China’s economy into oblivion. China is no friend of ours and never has been. It would be a mistake to let China have tax breaks.
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China is pressuring Trump administration to remove tariffs on Chinese imports
US official says it’s mulling cancellation of $156billion worth of tariffs
China also wants US to scrap 15% tariffs that went into effect in September

PUBLISHED: 19:19 EST, 4 November 2019 | UPDATED: 01:47 EST, 5 November 2019


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The United States and China appear to be close to clinching the first phase of a trade agreement that is expected to see both sides remove tariffs, according to multiple media reports.

China is pushing President Trump to remove more tariffs imposed in September as part of a ‘phase one’ US-China trade deal, people familiar with the negotiations said on Monday.

The deal, which may be signed later this month by Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping at a yet-to-be determined location, is widely expected to include a US pledge to scrap tariffs scheduled for December 15 on about $156billion worth of Chinese imports, including cell phones, laptop computers and toys.

A US official said the fate of the December 15 tariffs is being considered as part of negotiations and a potential signing trip this month.

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Chinese President Xi Jinping (left) and President Trump (right) could sign a ‘phase one’ trade deal later this month

Another source briefed on the talks said Chinese negotiators want Washington to drop 15 per cent tariffs on about $125billion worth of Chinese goods that went into effect on September 1.

They are also seeking relief from earlier 25 per cent tariffs on about $250billion of imports from machinery and semiconductors to furniture.

A person familiar with Beijing’s negotiating position said that China is continuing to press Washington to ‘remove all tariffs as soon as possible.’

China’s request to remove the September 1 duties was earlier reported by Politico, citing sources.

The Financial Times newspaper also reported that the White House was considering whether to roll back the September 1 tariffs, which cover some clothing items, flat-screen televisions, smart speakers and Bluetooth headphones.


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Ralph Winnie, director of the China program at the Eurasia Center, said wrapping up the interim trade pact would provide a boost to both the US and Chinese economies, while handing Trump an important win among farmers – a core constituency.

‘It’s in both countries’ interest to have this trade deal,’ Winnie said.

‘If he seals the deal, it will be looked on very favorably by the American people. It’s a win-win for both countries.’

Since Trump took office in 2017, his administration has been pressing China to curb massive subsidies to state-owned firms and end the forced transfer of American technology to Chinese firms as a price of doing business in China.

Analysts say the phase one deal will fail to adequately address these issues, focusing largely on Chinese purchases of US farm goods and intellectual property protections related to copyright and trademark issues. It will not address industrial subsidies at all.

Chinese negotiators want Washington to drop 15 per cent tariffs on about $125billion worth of Chinese goods that went into effect on September 1. The above image shows a cargo ship at Los Angeles Port in August +3
Chinese negotiators want Washington to drop 15 per cent tariffs on about $125billion worth of Chinese goods that went into effect on September 1. The above image shows a cargo ship at Los Angeles Port in August

Charles Boustany, a former congressman from Louisiana and counselor at the National Bureau of Asian Research, said any initial agreement would likely be short-term in nature and unstable.

‘Even though there’s some talk about a phase one agreement, we don’t think it´s going to be substantive in terms of addressing any of the structural problems,’ he said.

‘It would largely be a status quo situation where China continues to do what it´s doing.’

Some business groups complain that a central component of the ‘phase one’ deal – increased access to China’s financial services market – will fall short of its promises, because of inconsistencies in China’s new foreign investment law.

In comments submitted to the Chinese government by the US Chamber of Commerce, the American Chamber of Commerce in China and the US Information Technology Office, the groups pointed out that Beijing’s draft regulations ‘do not address clear differences between the treatment of China’s state-owned enterprises and the private sector,’ according to a person familiar with the comments.

Trump had said on Friday evening that negotiations on the initial phase agreement were going well and he hoped to sign the deal with Xi at a US location when work on the deal was completed.

US and Chinese negotiators have been racing to finalize the text of an agreement for Trump and Xi to sign this month, a process clouded by wrangling over US demands for a timetable of Chinese purchases of US farm products.

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