The Smoking Gun: Trump, The Least Charitable Billionaire

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  1. Indicting Ivanka would be delicious cake
  2. The Wrong Guy Member

    Donald Trump just did Roy Moore a massive favor | CNN


    President Donald Trump broke his silence Tuesday afternoon on allegations of sexual abuse facing Roy Moore, the Republican Party's Senate nominee in Alabama. But what he said is only likely to add to his party's growing problems in the race.

    "He denies it," Trump said of Moore who has insisted the allegations of several women that he pursued relationships with them when they were between 14 and 19 are totally false. "Look, he denies it. If you look at what is really going on, if you look at all the things that have happened over the last 48 hours. He totally denies it. He says it didn't happen. And you know you have to look at him also. He says, 40 years ago, this did not happen."

    Asked whether he might campaign for Moore in advance of the December 12 special election, Trump left the door open to the possibility. "I'll be letting you know next week," he told reporters before jetting off to his Mar-a-Lago club in Florida where he and his family will spend Thanksgiving. "But I can tell you, you don't need somebody who's soft on crime like (Democratic nominee Doug Jones)."

    Trump's defense of Moore stands in stark contrast to the approach taken by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and a number of other Republican senators, who have said that they cannot support Moore's candidacy and that he should withdraw from the race.

    Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner, who chairs the Senate Republican campaign arm, went so far as to suggest that if Moore managed to win the race, he would be expelled from the chamber soon after being seated. (If Moore was expelled, he'd be the first sitting senator to be removed by his colleagues since 1862.)

    Far from condemning Moore or telling him to get out of the race, Trump's comments amount to an all-but-endorsement of the controversial former Alabama state Supreme Court chief justice. While Trump did not go as far as to say he didn't believe the women accusing Moore of misconduct, his emphasis on Moore's denials amount to the same thing.

    What Trump was saying is that he believes Moore. That if Moore says he didn't do these things, then he must not have. No matter what the women -- none of whom know each other and virtually every one of whom has put their names to the accusations they made against Moore -- say.

    By saying he supports Moore's version of events, Trump is, de facto, saying that the women aren't telling the truth.

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    Trump's sickening decision to stand by Roy Moore | Chicago Tribune

    Remember these words: “We don’t need a liberal person in there, a Democrat.”
    They mark a moment of immorality from which the Republican Party may not return.
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    Federal court puts stop to Trump's transgender military ban | ABC News


    A federal court ordered a halt today to President Donald Trump's order barring openly transgender people from serving in the military.

    The court issued a preliminary injunction that was publicly announced by the American Civil Liberties Union, which is a part of the lawsuit against the ban.

    The legal move stops any ban on transgender individuals from serving in or being recruited by the military and allows any transition-related surgeries to take place if those are a part of the individual's medical plan.

    The ACLU views the preliminary injunction as a win.

    "Today is a victory for transgender service members across the country," said Joshua Block, a senior staff attorney with the ACLU's LGBT and HIV project, in a statement. "We're pleased that the courts have stepped in to ensure that trans service members are treated with the dignity and respect they deserve."

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    Donald J. Trump‏ @realDonaldTrump 4 hours ago
    It wasn’t the White House, it wasn’t the State Department, it wasn’t father LaVar’s so-called people on the ground in China that got his son out of a long term prison sentence - IT WAS ME. Too bad! LaVar is just a poor man’s version of Don King, but without the hair. Just think.. King

    Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump 3 hours ago
    ...LaVar, you could have spent the next 5 to 10 years during Thanksgiving with your son in China, but no NBA contract to support you. But remember LaVar, shoplifting is NOT a little thing. It’s a really big deal, especially in China. Ungrateful fool!

    Donald J. Trump‏ @realDonaldTrump 3 hours ago
    The NFL is now thinking about a new idea - keeping teams in the Locker Room during the National Anthem next season. That’s almost as bad as kneeling! When will the highly paid Commissioner finally get tough and smart? This issue is killing your league!....
    Trump divulged to Russia details of a daring Israeli raid in Syria — report

    "During a May 10 meeting in the Oval Office, the president betrayed his intelligence community by leaking the content of a classified, and highly sensitive, Israeli intelligence operation to two high-ranking Russian envoys, Sergey Kislyak and Sergey Lavrov. This is what he told them—and the ramifications.

    "Israel—as well as America’s other allies—would rethink its willingness to share raw intelligence, and pretty much the entire Free World was left shaking its collective head in bewilderment as it wondered, not for the first time, what was going on with Trump and Russia. (In fact, Trump’s disturbing choice to hand over highly sensitive intelligence to the Russians is now a focus of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Trump’s relationship with Russia, both before and after the election.) In the hand-wringing aftermath, the entire event became, as is so often the case with spy stories, a tale about trust and betrayal."
    Basically Trump told Russia and Russia told its ally Iran about a Israeli raid against a ISIS cell that was designing laptop bombs. By disclosing this Trump let Isis know they had been hacked.
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    Trump’s Thanksgiving Day Message to Troops: We’re “Really Winning” Everywhere Now Thanks to Me

    By Elliot Hannon, Slate


    On Thursday, a so-called billionaire, who is the current president of the United States woke up in his so-called luxury resort in Mar-a-Lago and spoke to the American military servicemen and women stationed overseas to wish them a Happy Thanksgiving. Speaking via teleconference with American soldiers in Afghanistan and Iraq, and elsewhere in the Middle East, President Trump haltingly delivered prepared remarks with a message: You guys are doing great, thanks to me.

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    Trump's Thanksgiving Day message: Be grateful for him
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    Women Exit the Party of Trump

    After laboring for years to close the gender gap, GOP strategists are suddenly facing a gender chasm.

    By Michelle Cottle, The Atlantic


    It turns out those pink kitty-cat hats weren’t just for show after all.

    Among its many electrifying aspects, the early Trump era has had a politically galvanizing effect on women. They are organizing in the streets and on social media, running for office in record numbers, training to enter future races, and volunteering on campaigns. And on November 7, they flocked to the polls to officially have their voices heard.

    What they had to say more or less boiled down to: Things around here have got to change. Now. Which has many folks in the Republican Party reaching for the Xanax.

    By now, you’ve likely heard some of the Election Day stats and stories. In Virginia, women went from holding 17 seats in the House of Delegates to holding 27. Winners include Danica Roem, who became the state’s first transgender delegate-elect by beating an incumbent who bragged of being the state’s “chief homophobe.” In the gubernatorial contest, women favored Democrat Ralph Northam by 22 points — 5 points more than Hillary Clinton’s margin among them last fall. Particularly concerning for Republicans: Fifty-eight percent of white college-educated women went for Northam vs. only 50 percent for Hillary.

    Among other spotlighted wins, Seattle chose its first woman mayor since 1926. Manchester, New Hampshire, and Provo, Utah, elected their first female mayors ever, as did tiny Milledgeville, Georgia. In New Jersey, Ashley Bennett, a first-time candidate, won a spot on the Atlantic County legislative board by unseating a guy who had irked her with his sexist Facebook posting about the January Women’s March. (Mock the pink hats at your peril, gentlemen.) The hot storyline out of this first election of the Trump administration: “Revenge of the Fired-Up Woman.”

    Although, to be more precise, it was “Revenge of the Fired-Up Democratic Woman.”

    Whether you’re talking candidates, activists, or voters, the action among the ladies is on the blue side of the electoral divide, observed Kelly Dittmar, a scholar with the nonpartisan Center for American Women and Politics at Rutgers University. “It’s pretty clear the energy is partisan,” she told me.

    As one data point, Dittmar points to the estimated number of gals running for House seats next year. (The official count won’t be available until after all filing deadlines have passed.) There are currently 354 women in the mix: 291 Democrats and 63 Republicans. Now compare those numbers to this point in last year’s cycle, said Dittmar, when there were 121 Democratic women and 60 Republicans running.

    It doesn’t take a math whiz to chart the enthusiasm gap.

    The situation, unsurprisingly, has many Republicans stressed out — even depressed. This is especially true among the women strategists, activists, and other leaders who’ve been laboring to address their party’s gender gap. In recent years, the GOP has struggled to combat its image as a pack of grumpy old white guys. Trump, to put it gently, has not been helpful in that regard. Worse still, the overheated, culture-warring nature of Trumpism has disrupted some of the most common avenues Republicans had been using to reach women. And worst of all: Not even the party players who focus on this issue seem to have any sense of where to go from here.

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    Women are fleeing Donald Trump's Republican party in droves, and the GOP has no idea what to do about it

    By Cory Doctorow, Boing Boing
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    A Split From Trump Indicates That Flynn Is Moving to Cooperate With Mueller | The New York Times


    Lawyers for Michael T. Flynn, President Trump’s former national security adviser, notified the president’s legal team in recent days that they could no longer discuss the special counsel’s investigation, according to four people involved in the case, an indication that Mr. Flynn is cooperating with prosecutors or negotiating such a deal.

    Mr. Flynn’s lawyers had been sharing information with Mr. Trump’s lawyers about the investigation by the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, who is examining whether anyone around Mr. Trump was involved in Russian efforts to undermine Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.

    That agreement has been terminated, the four people said. Defense lawyers frequently share information during investigations, but they must stop when doing so would pose a conflict of interest. It is unethical for lawyers to work together when one client is cooperating with prosecutors and another is still under investigation.

    The notification alone does not prove that Mr. Flynn is cooperating with Mr. Mueller. Some lawyers withdraw from information-sharing arrangements as soon as they begin negotiating with prosecutors. And such negotiations sometimes fall apart.

    Still, the notification led Mr. Trump’s lawyers to believe that Mr. Flynn — who, along with his son, is seen as having significant criminal exposure — has, at the least, begun discussions with Mr. Mueller about cooperating.

    Lawyers for Mr. Flynn and Mr. Trump declined to comment. The four people briefed on the matter spoke on the condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the matter publicly.

    A deal with Mr. Flynn would give Mr. Mueller a behind-the-scenes look at the Trump campaign and the early tumultuous weeks of the administration. Mr. Flynn was an early and important adviser to Mr. Trump, an architect of Mr. Trump’s populist “America first” platform and an advocate of closer ties with Russia.

    His ties to Russia predated the campaign — he sat with President Vladimir V. Putin at a 2015 event in Moscow — and he was a point person on the transition team for dealing with Russia.

    The White House had been bracing for charges against Mr. Flynn in recent weeks, particularly after charges were filed against three other former Trump associates: Paul Manafort, his campaign chairman; Rick Gates, a campaign aide; and George Papadopoulos, a foreign policy adviser.

    But none of those men match Mr. Flynn in stature, or in his significance to Mr. Trump. A retired three-star general, Mr. Flynn was an early supporter of Mr. Trump’s and a valued surrogate for a candidate who had no foreign policy experience. Mr. Trump named him national security adviser, he said, to help “restore America’s leadership position in the world.”

    Among the interactions that Mr. Mueller is investigating is a private meeting that Mr. Flynn had with the Russian ambassador and Jared Kushner, the president’s son-in-law, during the presidential transition. In the past year, it has been revealed that people with ties to Russia repeatedly sought to meet with Trump campaign officials, sometimes dangling the promise of compromising information on Mrs. Clinton.

    Mr. Flynn is regarded as loyal to Mr. Trump, but he has in recent weeks expressed serious concerns to friends that prosecutors will bring charges against his son, Michael Flynn Jr., who served as his father’s chief of staff and was a part of several financial deals involving the elder Mr. Flynn that Mr. Mueller is scrutinizing.

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  9. Yay! Flynn must have dirt on Trump , Trump fired Comey because he wouldn't back off on Flynn.Flynn is central to Trumps Russian initiative.
  10. What Roy Moore said to Mitch McConnell
    Bring it on
  11. The Wrong Guy Member

    Actor Billy Baldwin Accuses Donald Trump Of Hitting On His Wife | HuffPost


    Actor Billy Baldwin snapped back at a tweet about Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) on Thursday, saying that President Donald Trump once “hit on my wife” at a Manhattan hotel. Baldwin also slammed the president as a “5th degree black belt when it comes to sexual impropriety allegations.”

    Baldwin jumped into the fray after the president’s son Donald Trump Jr. tweeted about new allegations against Franken. He was referring to a HuffPost report published Wednesday in which two other women stepped forward saying Franken inappropriately touched them on the butt. That makes the third and fourth such allegations against Franken in the past week.

    Baldwin responded with the quip about the president’s “black belt” status, adding that Trump once “crashed” a Baldwin party at the Plaza Hotel and “hit on my wife” until she “showed his fat ass the door.”

    Your Dad is a 5th degree black belt when it comes to sexual impropriety allegations.

    In fact… I once had a party at the Plaza Hotel… your father showed up uninvited & hit on my wife… invited her on his helicopter to Atlantic City.

    She showed his fat ass the door.#TrumpRussia

    — Billy Baldwin (@BillyBaldwin) November 23, 2017

    Baldwin has been married to Chynna Phillips, a singer with the band Wilson Phillips, since 1995 and the two have three children.

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    Congress must investigate Trump’s alleged sexual misconduct | The Washington Post


    Thirteen women have gone on the record to say that is how Trump operated, according to a tally by The Post. Eight of them — who say that Trump kissed them, groped them or both, without invitation or permission — have corroboration, meaning they told other people about the incidents before going public. Similar stories told by the other five accusers are not corroborated.

    Trump won the election despite the allegations, but his victory did not erase his history. Now, virtually overnight, the paradigm for thinking about and dealing with sexual harassment has changed. A kind of Judgment Day has arrived for men who thought they had gotten away with their misdeeds.

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    'Do you think they'll get the president?' Jared Kushner concerned Mueller's widening investigation could hit Trump, claims new report

    • A new Vanity Fair report claims Jared Kushner is growing increasingly concerned his father-in-law's presidency is at risk in the Russia investigation
    • President Trump wants his daughter Ivanka and son-in-law Jared Kushner to move back to New York City
    • The couple are currently working for the administration, Ivanka as an 'assistant' to her father and Jared as a senior adviser
    • Sources told the magazine's Gabriel Sherman that Jared no longer has much to do since Chief of Staff John Kelly hacked back at his responsibilities
    • The president is reportedly concerned that his daughter and son-in-law are being hit with too much bad press from the Russia investigation
    Jared Kushner has been left unnerved by the increasingly wide scope of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 elections, according to a new report this week.
    In the wake of indictments against former senior Trump campaign officials Paul Manafort and Rick Gates, the president's son-in-law is worried that the investigation could short-circuit Donald Trump's time in the Oval Office.
    'Do you think they’ll get the president?' Jared asked a friend, according to a person briefed on the conversation who spoke to Vanity Fair.
    Kushner's concerns appear to be justified, particularly after it was reported on Thursday that a longtime Trump ally may be ready to cooperate with the investigation.

    Jared Kushner has been left unnerved by the increasingly wide scope of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 elections, according to a new report this week. Kushner is seen above in Beijing on November 9

    Lawyers for Michael Flynn, Trump’s former national security adviser, have told Trump's legal team they can no longer discuss a probe into Russian meddling in the US election, indicating Flynn may be cooperating with the investigation, The New York Times reported on Thursday.
    Flynn is a central figure in Mueller's federal investigation into whether Trump aides colluded with Russia to boost his 2016 presidential campaign.
    In comments to The Washington Post, Trump attorney Jay Sekulow was quoted as saying the move was 'not entirely unexpected' and added: 'No one should draw the conclusion that this means anything about General Flynn cooperating against the president.'
    The probe has hung over the White House since January, when US intelligence agencies concluded that Russia interfered in the election to try to help Trump defeat Democrat Hillary Clinton by hacking and releasing embarrassing emails and disseminating propaganda via social media to discredit her.
    Russia has denied interfering in the US election and Trump has said there was no collusion.

    Kushner's concerns appear to be justified, particularly after it was reported on Thursday that a longtime Trump ally may be ready to cooperate with the investigation. Mike Flynn (left) has cut ties with Trump's lawyers, a sign that he may be cooperating with Special Counsel Robert Mueller's (right) investigation
    Lawyers for Michael Flynn, Trump’s former national security adviser, have told Trump's legal team they can no longer discuss a probe into Russian meddling in the US election, indicating Flynn may be cooperating with the investigation, The New York Times reported on Thursday.
    Flynn is a central figure in Mueller's federal investigation into whether Trump aides colluded with Russia to boost his 2016 presidential campaign.
    In comments to The Washington Post, Trump attorney Jay Sekulow was quoted as saying the move was 'not entirely unexpected' and added: 'No one should draw the conclusion that this means anything about General Flynn cooperating against the president.'
    The probe has hung over the White House since January, when US intelligence agencies concluded that Russia interfered in the election to try to help Trump defeat Democrat Hillary Clinton by hacking and releasing embarrassing emails and disseminating propaganda via social media to discredit her.
    Russia has denied interfering in the US election and Trump has said there was no collusion.

    Kushner's concerns appear to be justified, particularly after it was reported on Thursday that a longtime Trump ally may be ready to cooperate with the investigation. Mike Flynn (left) has cut ties with Trump's lawyers, a sign that he may be cooperating with Special Counsel Robert Mueller's (right) investigation

    Has he flipped? Flynn team stops communication with White House

    Kushner is also reportedly being encouraged by Trump to take his wife, Ivanka Trump, and their three young children and return to New York.

    Vanity Fair reports that the president is concerned that the couple are being hit with too much negative press from the Russia investigation.
    Three people who have spoken to the president say he's asked Jared and Ivanka to go home.
    'He keeps pressuring them to go,' one source close to Jared told the magazine.
    But the reason for sending the couple back to Big Apple could be two-fold because they no longer have much to do at the White House.
    Vanity Fair's Gabriel Sherman spoke with a half dozen Trump advisers, current and former West Wing officials and Republicans close to the administration who revealed that Chief of Staff John Kelly has significantly reduced Jared's role.
    'Kelly has clipped his wings,' one high-level Republican close to the White House told the magazine.

    Sources also told the magazine that Jared's (left) role in the White House has been significantly educed since John Kelly (right) became chief of staff.

    When Kelly was appointed to the role in July, he sought to rein the president in, ending the Oval Office's open door policy for Jared.
    He also hacked away at Jared's responsibilities in the administration, which at one point included restructuring the government, reforming the VA, ending the opioid epidemic, nurturing a relationship with China and brokering peace in the Middle East.
    Under Kelly, Jared is now mainly focused on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
    And two people who spoke to Sherman said that even there he is disappointing Kelly.
    Kelly was apparently upset with Jared's trip to Saudia Arabia last month, which happened just days before 32-year-old Prince Alwaleed bin Talal arrested 11 royals.
    Bin Talal said that the arrests were for corruption but others say it was a power grab for the king-in-waiting.
    During Jared's trip, the two stayed up to nearly 4am 'planning strategy' which Kelly thought gave the impression that the administration not only knew about the purge beforehand, but might have had helped plan it. White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders has denied this.

    And it's not just Kelly that's been let down by Jared. Even the president has expressed displeasure with his son-in-law's political advice, according to Republicans who have spoken to Trump.
    That advice reportedly includes firing FBI Director James Comey (which Jared denies) and backing losing Alabama GOP candidate Luther Strange (though it saved Trump from initially endorsing the now-controversial Roy Moore).
    Sending Jared away may be Trump's way of trying to downplay the Russia investigation, as it nears closer to the White House.
    Last week, the Senate revealed that Jared had not turned over emails relating to Wikileaks, something his attorney denies.

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    A stunning Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) report circulating in the Kremlin today states that after yesterday’s meeting between Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, Ambassador Sergey Kislyak and President Donald Trump, a “kill order contract” against America’s new leader appeared on the “dark web” offering a payment of 82,900 Bitcoin’s for Trump’s “murder/killing” by the end of this month—and with Bitcoin’s currently being valued at a little over $1,800, amounts to over $150 million being offered for the assassination of an American president. [Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]
    According to this report (and virtually unknown to most people), internet search engines (Google, Baidu, Wolframalpha, Yandex, etc.), only show about 1% of what’s actually available online, with the vast majority of websites being found in the “deep web”—and which the “dark web” is a smaller subset of, uses masked IP address and needs specialized browsers to access—and is occupied by vast international crime organizations and state-actor intelligence services.
    Though not conclusively proved, this report continues, SVR intelligence analysts believe that this “kill order contract” offered against President Trump is from “Deep State” conspirators in the United States at war with their new leader—who became incensed after President Trump fired one of their main anti-Trump-“Russian hysteria” commanders, former FBI Director James Comey, and less than 24 hours later, hosted two of Russia’s top diplomats in his White House Oval Office.
    FBI Director Comey, this report explains, was the American “Deep State” commander who was tasked with creating, and perpetuating, the false “Russian hysteria” meme against President Trump by using what is now called the “Trump Russia Dossier”—that has been revealed to be a completely made up document created by an American political opposition research company named Fusion GPS and paid for by as yet unidentified Hillary Clinton supporters.
    Written entirely by an ex-MI6 (British intelligence) operative named Christopher Steele for the Hillary Clinton campaign he claimed “would sway the election against Trump”, this report says, the “Trump Russia Dossier” was so fabricated out of nonsense that the American magazine Newsweek cited a CIA operation who said “it’s hokey as hell” and one of the most esteemed US journalists, Bob Woodward of the Washington Post, called it “garbage”.
    Shockingly though, this report notes, FBI Director Comey used this “hokey as hell garbage” “Trump Russia Dossier” as evidence he presented to what is called a FISA Court in order to obtain a warrant to listen into and record the phone conversations of then candidate Trump and all of his associates—and that then President Barack Obama signed an extraordinary Executive Order to unmask the names of, distribute throughout the entire “Deep State” apparatus, and then leak to the mainstream propaganda press in order to damage the reputation of Trump.
    Equally as astounding (and illegal) as his presenting this “hokey as hell garbage” to a US Federal Court as “evidence” of anything, this report continues, FBI Director Comey even attempted to pay the ex-MI6 operative Christopher Steele another $50,000 of US taxpayer money to continue this “cascade of lies”—but that Steele never accepted because of his knowing he made up everything contained in the “Trump Russia Dossier”.
    While the totally made up “Trump Russia Dossier” was being exposed as a lie, however, this report further explains, FBI Director Comey, again operating for the “Deep State”, added another layer of falsehoods to the “Russia hysteria” movement against Trump by his proclaiming that Russia had hacked into the computer servers of Hillary Clinton and her Democratic Party.
    Shockingly though, this report notes, in FBI Director Comey claiming that Russia had hacked into these servers he failed to provide any evidence—with his, instead, relying on a now discredited report prepared by a company controlled by Hillary Clinton named Crowdstrike who said they had discovered “proof” of Russian hacking.
    With Hillary Clinton and her Democratic Party claiming that the FBI never even asked to examine the supposed Russian-hacked computers, and the FBI countering that it did ask to examine them but were denied, this report explains, the most crucial fact of this matter not being told to the American people by their propaganda mainstream media is that all of Crowdstrike’s claims of Russia hacking these computers have been discovered to be lies—and who are now, also, refusing to cooperate with the US Congress.
    As ever single, and absurd, claim that Russia interfered with the 2016 US presidential election now being exposed as completely 100% made up lies, this report says, one must then ask why the American mainstream propaganda media still perpetuates their “Deep State” masters “Russia hysteria” meme—and which SVR intelligence analysts state can only be understood by knowing the facts of Hillary Clinton’s communist mentor Saul Alinsky.
    Saul Alinsky, this report explains, aside from being Hillary Clinton’s idol and mentor, is best known for his rule-book manifesto for the communist takeover of America titled “Rules For Radicals”—and whose Rule #13 is now being employed against President Trump and states: “Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it…cut off the support network and isolate the target from sympathy…go after people and not institutions; people hurt faster than institutions.”
    As being applied by the “Deep State” and its mainstream propaganda media sycophants, this report details, Alinsky’s Rule #13 using the FBI Director Comey “Russia hysteria” meme has, indeed, targeted, frozen, personalized and removed from sympathy among large numbers of the American populace President Trump—who on an hourly basis since his election has been the victim of the largest smear campaign ever instituted against an American president in that nations entire history—to include even the most shocking allegations of him lusting after his own daughter.
    To the effect of Alinsky’s Rule #13 as used by the “Deep State” and FBI Director Comey’s “Russia hysteria” meme, this report continues, it cannot be underestimated either as a new poll conducted by the Connecticut-based Quinnipiac University shows that “idiot, incompetent and liar” were the most commonly given answers when respondents were asked for the first word that comes to mind when they think about President Trump—with other less-than-flattering descriptors being “buffoon, con-man, clown, narcissistic, bigot and embarrassment”.
    As to why the “Deep State” must destroy President Trump, this report explains, is due their communist-leftist economic model for America quickly failing and unable to be supported by the supposed to be president Hillary Clinton—and as evidenced by the stunning world-record $116 billion bankruptcy of the US territory Puerto Rico, the coming bankruptcy of the Connecticut State Capital—and the bankruptcies of Illinois and California now being immanent too.
    Not being understood by the American people, SVR intelligence analysts in this report say, is that their present capitalist economy is incompatible with those of socialist-communist ideology—but in order to turn a democracy into a communist state where citizens are reduced to serfdom (enslavement) the health care systems must be nationalized—but will collapse the nation as Soviet Russia discovered.
    In knowing this fact, this report continues, the failed attempt to nationalize the United States healthcare system through what is called Obamacare as a first step towards achieving true communist (elite) rule is why the “Deep State” must destroy President Trump—and why the end of this month is so critical as the “swamp continues to be drained”.
    The reason this is so, this report explains, is due to what is called cost-sharing reduction payments (CSR’s) that the Obama regime used to pay insurance companies to subsidize their quickly failing nationalized health plan—and that President Obama had to pay for by stealing billons-of-dollars from his nations mortgage loan providers Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac whose investors he defrauded.
    Under the US Constitution, this report continues explaining, a US president (Executive Branch) is not allowed to spend any money not authorized by the US Congress (Legislative Branch)—and when the Obamacare nationalized health plan scheme was enacted, it failed to provide any money for these CSR payments to insurance companies.
    So when President Obama began stealing money from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to pay these insurance companies, this report notes, the US House of Representatives sued him in Federal Court—and where US Federal Judge Rosemary Collyer, of the Federal District Court for the District of Columbia, ruled that the Obama regime was, indeed, violating the US Constitution in paying CSR’s to insurance companies.
    Though the “Deep State” had fully expected Hillary Clinton to win the presidency, disregard the US Federal Court and continue paying these CSR’s in order to save Obamacare, this report says, upon President Trump assuming office he stated that he would not pay them, and sending the insurance companies into total panic—so much so, in fact, that US insurance giant Aetna just announced yesterday that it was leaving Obamacare after suffering loses between 2014-2017 of nearly $1 trillion.
    To how completely bizarre, too, this “Deep State” war against President Trump over Obamacare has become, this report further notes, the US House of Representatives lawsuit against the Obama regime for illegally stealing money to pay for this communist health care scheme was titled “House v. Burwell” due to the Obama regimes Secretary of Health and Human Services Sylvia Mathews Burwell being the named lead plaintiff, but has now been changed to “House v. Price” to reflect Tom Price now being Trump’s new Secretary of Health and Human Services—meaning, of course, that President Trump is now locked in an epic battle against his own Republican House over the failed Obamacare health scheme they’ve both vowed to destroy.
    Shortly after taking power, though, this report details, both President Trump and the US House of Representatives requested that US Federal Judge Rosemary Collyer stay her ruling against that would destroy Obamacare once and for all—with their stating that they would return to her on 22 May to give her an update as to what they were going to do.
    To solve what is truly the only real “Constitutional Crisis” now occurring in America, this report continues, President Trump and the US House of Representatives passed last week what is called the American Health Care Act—that would completely eliminate all cost-sharing reduction payments (CSR’s) to insurance companies thus allowing the “House v. Price” lawsuit to end as Obamacare would be destroyed—and that, also, completely defunds the genocidal black baby-killing organization know as Planned Parenthood.
    With President Trump’s and the US House of Representatives American Health Care Act now needed to be passed by the US Senate, and signed by Trump, before it can be made into law, this report explains, if this is not accomplished by 22 May, Trump will most certainly tell his US Justice Department to accept US Federal Judge Rosemary Collyer’s ruling thus destroying Obamacare.
    Therefore, this report concludes, not only President Trump, but, also, his “Deep State” enemies are locked in one of the most crucial battles in American history to see who will survive, with Trump’s firing of FBI Director Comey, and less than 24 hours later hosting top Russian officials in his White House Oval Office, proving that he won’t bow down and is unafraid—and with Foreign Minister Lavrov, perhaps, summing up the current state of the US mainstream propaganda media by his stating to them yesterday when asked about the “Russia hysteria” issue: “I can’t believe I’m being asked to answer such a question, especially in the US, where you have a sophisticated democratic political system”.
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    Sorcha Faal | RationalWiki


    Sorcha Faal is the alleged author of an ongoing series of "reports" published at, whose work is of such quality that even other conspiracy nutters don't think much of it. There is a high chance that "Sorcha Faal" is actually David Booth, the owner/operator of the website, or someone collaborating with him.

    The primary audience of Sorcha Faal's reports and the only ones who take them seriously are usually other conspiracy theorists, but in a few cases the site has been noticed outside of the fringe, such as in 2016 when a few Russian news sites reported Sorcha's inane speculation as a straight news story (see below).

    Continued at"David Booth" "Sorcha Faal"
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  15. Patiently I'm waiting for Trump to show more obvious signs of Alzheimer's Disease.
  16. UN and Google are arms of the Deep State, as are the Rothchilds. Hmm. Where are we going with this. Did you notice Trump weighs 100 lbs less in this cartoon?
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    Donald J. Trump‏ @realDonaldTrump 5 minutes ago
    Time Magazine called to say that I was PROBABLY going to be named “Man (Person) of the Year,” like last year, but I would have to agree to an interview and a major photo shoot. I said probably is no good and took a pass. Thanks anyway!
  18. White Tara Global Moderator

    Holy crap, wtf is wrong with this man.:eek:
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    Trump’s First Appearance in the Panama Papers

    By Jake Bernstein, November 24, 2017


    The first appearance of Donald Trump in the Panama Papers shows how operating in the secrecy world is a game rich people play to hide their activities. For government officials, journalists and even ironically, the law firm behind the Panama Papers, determining who is behind a given shell company could be difficult. And as with many cases involving Mossack Fonseca companies, the files are incomplete.

    The story involves a Panamanian company called Process Consultans, Inc. No, that’s not a typo. There is no final “t” in Consultans. Except sometimes in the documents, including in letterhead, it is spelled with the “t.” Whether this was due to incompetence, necessity or purposeful muddying, the result is a company that is harder to track.

    Process Consultans was owned through bearer shares. These share certificates were pieces of paper and whoever physically possessed them owned the company. For example, if Process bought an apartment in a Trump development, the company was the titleholder. Process itself was owned through two share certificates. If someone handed you those two pieces of paper, you would be the owner of the apartment. Bearer shares could be used to transfer assets completely anonymously. They were favorite tools of money launderers. For Mossack Fonseca, bearer shares were popular add-ons, a lucrative secrecy selling point.

    The directors of Process Consultans were employees of Mossack Fonseca, including Jürgen Mossack himself. They acted as “nominee directors. These were fake directors, an extra service offered by the firm, which had the benefit of hiding who was really making decisions for the company. Nominee directors are a common ploy in the secrecy world.

    Now, just because Process Consultans used bearer shares, nominee directors and had a fluid name doesn’t necessarily mean it was doing anything illegal. Figuring out who actually owned the company and where the money came from – and whether it was up to something improper – that’s where the fun usually began for journalists delving into the files.

    There is nothing in the Panama Papers that explicitly states who is behind Process Consultans. The company was created in 1985 and back then Mossack Fonseca truly did not care who owned their companies, nor was there much legal obligation in Panama for them to do so. Instead the firm created a company – usually for a lawyer or a banker who solicited it on behalf of their client – stuffed the registration form in a file and forgot about it until a year passed and it was time to send an invoice for a renewal.

    Nonetheless, it appears Process Consultans was originally created by Dresdner Bank LatinAmerika AG in Panama for a client. This person may have been a German-Ecuadorian industrialist, who found his way to the law firm through its Guayaquil franchisee. At some point, the law firm’s internal documents began to identify the company as originating in Luxembourg and connected to a branch of the Swiss bank UBS in Germany.

    In 1991, Process Consultants, Inc. bought a unit in the newly constructed Trump Palace on 200 East 69 Street in Manhattan. The 54-story skyscraper was the tallest building above 60th Street.

    “Trump Palace makes little effort to fit into its surroundings. It wants to stick out on the skyline like a prima donna… The truth is that Trump Palace is less an homage to the 20’s and 30’s than it is a hangover from the 80’s,” sniffed the New York Times.

    The Trump Palace was open for business for foreign buyers and sellers, some of them hiding behind anonymous shell companies.

    The person or persons behind Process Consultans decided to sell his condo in 1994. Trump Corporation was the exclusive broker. It was The Donald’s palace, after all. In September 1994, a document in the files details an agreement for the apartment, sale price $395,000. (Later, the price appears to have been whittled down to $355,000.)

    The buyer of the apartment may have been from Hong Kong. There is a woman with the same name as the individual identified in the files as the person to whom the property was “transferred, ” that pops up in a previous offshore leak reported by ICIJ.

    Unfortunately, the New York City Department of Finance online database ACRIS only has information on the apartment after 2005. At that point, it was owned by a Brazilian from Sao Paolo. He used his real name. That year he sold it for $795,400.

    But the Process Consultans story does not end with the sale of the Trump apartment. In 2006, Mossack Fonseca contacted the Ecuadorian industrialist about his company. It appears the firm lost touch with the owner and believed he wanted the company dissolved. Mossack Fonseca went to UBS, which rejected any responsibility for the matter.

    By 2008, Mossack Fonseca had created more than 160,000 offshore entities. This torrent of secret companies, particularly the older ones, had become difficult to manage. Still, as long as everyone got paid – including Donald Trump – nobody asked too many questions. Now, Mossack Fonseca wasn’t sure who to bill. It contacted the industrialist inquiring what was going on.

    The Ecuadorian wrote back:

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    Trump’s name appears in Panama Papers for the first time | New York Daily News
  20. The Wrong Guy Member

    TIME‏ @TIME 26 minutes ago
    The President is incorrect about how we choose Person of the Year. TIME does not comment on our choice until publication, which is December 6.
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  23. It's standard Trump psy ops he want us talking about that instead of Russia and failing tax reform.
  24. Disambiguation Global Moderator
    Trump Plugs MAGA Merch For Black Friday, Twitter Howls

    "Donald Trump got into the spirit of Black Friday with a Facebook promotion for his “Trump Gear.” And Twitter loved it.

    “We’ve got a great deal for our supporters this Black Friday! Use the code GIVING for 30% off OFFICIAL Trump Merchandise,” Trump touted on his Facebook page with his @realDonaldTrump photo. The offer was repeated on the Republican National Committee’s Twitter site."
    He is moving stale inventory.
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  25. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    Bad blood between the State Department and Trump family?

  26. He's shy, retiring and modest to a fault. :p
  27. The Wrong Guy Member

    Bill Kristol hopes Mueller is Time’s 2018 Person of the Year | TheHill

    Conservative commentator Bill Kristol says he hopes special counsel Robert Mueller is Time magazine's "Person of the Year" next year after President Trump said that he turned down the honor for 2017.

    "I don’t know who’ll be Time’s 2017 Person of the Year, but I must say it would be nice if Robert Mueller turns out to be Time’s 2018 Person of the Year," Kristol tweeted on Friday.

    Virginia Dem jokes: ‘I am probably not interested’ in being Time’s 'Person of the Year' | TheHill

    Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-Va.) joked Saturday that Time was considering naming him "Person of the Year" after President Trump claimed to have turned down the magazine.

    Connolly tweeted Saturday that he was "probably not interested" in the "Person of the Year" distinction, tweeting out a fake Time cover portraying himself. The lawmaker originally created the spoof cover to troll the president over fake magazine covers hanging in Trump hotels.

    "Time told me probably, which almost certainly means I could be Person of the Year but I am probably not interested," Connolly tweeted.

    Julia Louis-Dreyfus mocks Trump: I turned down being named 'comedienne of the year' | TheHill

    “@nytimes just called to say I was PROBABLY going to be named comedienne of the year but I would have to agree to an interview and a major photo shoot,” Louis-Dreyfus tweeted. “I said probably is no good and took a pass. Thanks anyway!”

    Celebrities parody Trump's claim he was offered Time's Person of the Year | TheHill

    Actress Patricia Arquette suggested Trump “can always print yourself another fake cover.”

    Ex-Time editor trolls Trump: You still have your fake Time cover in storage | TheHill

    "Hate to tell you but that PROBABLY means you’re NOT Person of the Year. They just wanted a photo shoot. But I’m sure you still have that fake TIME cover somewhere in storage."

    Former Obama aide on Time claim: Trump ‘so needy for approval’ | TheHill

    "This Tweet is so sad. Imagine being super rich, President of the United States, and still being so needy for approval," Pfeiffer wrote.

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