Monday, July 15, 2019
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Jeff Epstein’s arrest may demonstrate that Republicans condone rubs/tugs by any age at every...

Another article has identified the skeevy nature of Jeffrey Epstein’s legal defense, trying to place the human trafficking into some other “victimless” area of criminal behavior or at least doubt in terms of consent or...
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So remember that 2018 BBC documentary alleging Trump preyed on underage models?

Jeffrey Epstein is getting his comeuppance for alleged sex trafficking of underage girls.  Is it rude to point out that Epstein is an old Trump pal, of whom Trump once said this? https://twitter.com/TimOBrien/status/1147688866289262592 And that Epstein...
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We aren’t talking about the scariest part of Trump’s Sunday tweetstorm

By now, you know that Trump went on a spree of 280-character rants that are bizarre even for him. But the scariest part wasn’t his attack on Fox News. In case you missed it: https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1148016423735836674 Yep, that’s...
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Trump Goes All the Way Off on a Crazed, Fear-Soaked, Anti-Media Tweet Tantrum Against...

It must be extraordinarily difficult for the President of the United States to get through every weekend without being fawned over by his most devoted supporters and promoters: the weekday primetime hosts on Fox...
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New York will have to release Trump’s state tax returns, if Congress decides to...

The next Oval Office tweet storm is about to begin. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a bill Monday morning allowing members of Congress access to Trump's New York state tax returns. The bill requires...
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ABC: “Trump plans roundup of 2,000 family members.” The word “roundup” should terrify us...

Look at the picture below. It’s from the Vel’ d’Hiv Roundup in Paris on July 16, 1942, where thousands of Jews, including families, were arrested and taken to the Vel’ d’Hiv (short for Velodrome...
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Monday Good news

Once again, the scumbags and the tin-pot tyrants awaken in a cold sweat, because yet again they realize the harsh truth: That Monday is always coming. Trump unleashes on Fox News: “they forgot the people...
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countdown coming – Case of the Mondays for Individual-1

Jeffrey Epstein will be in court on Monday, what will be the distraction(s) from the WH. https://twitter.com/B52Malmet/status/1148063707374718978 That attempt to pimp a RW cartoonist on Thursday is a PR stunt. In other social media the troll-bots are...

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I know we have one LOL diary up already, but, hey, it’s Sunday… Please follow me on Twitter @durrati

Fmr FBI Official Warns Barr Could Hinder Epstein Case — Despite Promising Senate Ending...

Yes, AG Barr oversees the US Attorney’s Office in NY, so it’s possible he could attempt to interfere, though it would be obvious. Also, many years ago, Barr’s father hired Epstein to teach at the private Dalton school, with no college degree. So there’s that… — Frank Figliuzzi (@FrankFigliuzzi1) July 7, 2019 Yes, William Barr could interfere in the Jeffrey Epstein case. And since he was hired for the purpose of protecting Donald Trump’s interests, he may very well do so. As to whether it would be “obvious” he was interfering, you may recall not too long ago that Barr prevented Paul Manafort from being incarcerated at Riker’s Island. And Barr was none too discreet about perverting the findings of the Mueller report to his own liking, so being obvious about pursuing a biased agenda does not seem to be a problem for Barr. And bear this in mind: at the Department of Justice, the lawyers are not open to the same level of scrutiny as other lawyers. When they do something questionable, the matter goes to their internal affairs department, the Office of Professional Responsibility, to sort it out and those findings rarely if ever become public. It would be a case of first impression for the DOJ to investigate the Attorney General, and that’s not the way it would go anyhow. Congress would have to impeach him. And don’t forget this: Back in January, Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse spoke with William Barr on what Sasse called the “miscarriage of justice” in the handling of Epstein’s Florida case. At that time, Barr said that he thought that he would have to recuse himself from any Kirkland Ellis cases, because he had made a prior agreement to do so, but he assured Sasse that the Department of Justice would address Sasse’s concerns, even if he did not do so personally. Sasse’s concerns were over the fact that Epstein, in a nutshell, had gotten off with a slap on the wrist because of his extreme wealth and personal connections. Barr went on record at that time agreeing with Sasse, “that justice has nothing to do with the size of your bank account or the number of attorneys you can hire.” Sasse went on to elaborate that none of the victims, whom he characterized as “voiceless and afraid” were told that a non-prosecution agreement had gone forward without them being notified, in violation of federal statute — and who was responsible for that? None other than then-U.S. Attorney Alex Acosta, now Trump’s Labor Secretary. Sasse suggested to Barr at that time that “moms and dads would like to know that you will pledge broadly to attack sex trafficking as a scourge in our society on both the supply side and the demand side. On the demand side, these dirtbags clearly demand this, but on the supply side these organizations clearly perpetrate these crimes. Can you pledge to us that this will be one of your priorities?” Barr’s response was, “They can count on it.” You can listen to the full exchange at this link to the Miami Herald. The case has raised fundamental questions about whether well-connected individuals receive a different kind of justice than others who don’t have the means to hire all-star lawyers who wield influence with prosecutors through their legal […]

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