Anonymous ID: b6a355 Nov. 18, 2022, 3:42 p.m. No.17788575   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Dozens of court docs relating to eight of pedophile Jeffrey Epstein's associates - including billionaire hotel magnate and female Brit - will be UNSEALED after judge rules public interest outweighs right to privacy

 

Judge Loretta Preska on Friday ordered dozens of documents related to Jeffrey Epstein's associates to be unsealed

The bombshell papers are part of a defamation case that victim Virginia Roberts Giuffre brought against the financier's madam and facilitator, Ghislaine Maxwell

The judge overrode objections from Tom Pritzker, the billionaire executive chairman of the Hyatt Hotels

In his submission to the court, Pritzker claimed it would 'wrongfully harm (his) privacy and reputation' if material related to him was made public

A total of 16 'Non-Party Does' objected to the release of the files being made public and half have already been dealt with by the federal court in New York

The latest batch related to the remaining eight, referred to as Does 12, 28, 97, 107, 144, 147, 171, and 183

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11445113/Dozens-documents-relating-late-pedophile-Jeffrey-Epsteins-associates-unsealed.html

Anonymous ID: b6a355 Nov. 18, 2022, 3:44 p.m. No.17788586   🗄️.is 🔗kun

FBI WHISTLEBLOWERS: What Their Disclosures Indicate About The Politicization Of The Fbi And Justice Department

November 4, 2022

1050 pagesFBI WHISTLEBLOWERS: What Their Disclosures Indicate About The Politicization Of The Fbi And Justice Department

November 4, 2022

1050 pages

https://republicans-judiciary.house.gov/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/HJC_STAFF_FBI_REPORT.pdf

 

https://republicans-judiciary.house.gov/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/HJC_STAFF_FBI_REPORT.pdf

Anonymous ID: b6a355 Nov. 18, 2022, 4 p.m. No.17788642   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8645 >>8646 >>8657 >>8671 >>8750 >>8945 >>9085

Lou Dobbs @loudobbs

7m

Corrupt SOBsGarland's Special CounselJack Smithworked in Clinton and Obama Justice Departments- he's what they are. GOP has to stop this corruption!

Now 7th year of Dem lies, FBI-Intel frame ups, 2 impeachments, 2 SCs and no Trump wrong-doing found!

#TheGreatAmericaShow

 

https://truthsocial.com/@loudobbs/posts/109367492890161409

Anonymous ID: b6a355 Nov. 18, 2022, 4:15 p.m. No.17788699   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8701 >>8750 >>8945 >>9085

Donald J. Trump/ @realDonaldTrump

11/18/2022 18:07:20

Truth Social: 109367318288579573

thefederalist.com/2022/11/17/e

 

Elites’ Disdain For Trump Is Thinly Veiled Hatred For You

 

The elites hate Trump and the MAGA movement because populism gives the everyday person a say in how America runs.

 

Donald Trump finally made an announcement on Tuesday that he’d been hinting at for a long time; he will, once again, be running for president. Naturally, the internet and airwaves were flooded with people providing their perspectives on who the future of the Republican Party would or should be.

 

A considerable amount of the rhetoric surrounding Trump and his candidacy, however, remains incredibly cynical and appears to be guiding Republican voters away from the political framework that unleashed America’s latent economic prowess and led to cultural wins previously thought impossible, such as the overturning of Roe v. Wade.

 

Republican voters need to be extremely skeptical of whose advice they take during this upcoming presidential election cycle. Instead of blindly advancing one candidate over another ahead of what is shaping up to be a bloody primary, Republican voters should remember the voices that led them astray during the 2016 presidential election cycle and remember what policies have improved the country’s economic health and which contributed to its steady decline.

 

It should come as no surprise that many of the people currently calling for the Republican Party to move on from Trump and the unique brand of MAGA populism are proponents of the economic and cultural liberalism that gutted American industry and turned the culture into a dystopian hellscape.

 

Generally speaking, when there is bipartisan collaboration on something, the American people are going to get screwed. Just look at the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, which is little more than wasteful government spending on projects that will likely never materialize. So it should be incredibly alarming that Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer plans to meet with his counterpart, Mitch McConnell, to discuss removing the MAGA influence from the Republican Party.

 

Why should Schumer — a Democrat — have any influence over the ideological composition of the opposite party? He shouldn’t, but McConnell doesn’t like the MAGA influence either because it challenges his grip on power and his interests, so maybe he’ll hear Chuck out and sabotage future Republican candidates who make him uncomfortable by restricting funding, as he did to candidate Blake Masters in Arizona.

 

Furthermore, without the populist influence of MAGA Republicans, it is unlikely that the 115th or 116th Congress would have taken any steps toward implementing the economic and cultural reforms that unleashed American prosperity during Trump’s first term. Pieces of legislation like the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017; the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief and Consumer Protection Act; SUPPORT for Patients and Communities (which expanded opioid treatment options while cracking down on the proliferation of illicit drugs); and the ratification of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement that replaced NAFTA would not have materialized without a heavy populist influence in Congress.

 

 

https://thefederalist.com/2022/11/17/elites-disdain-for-trump-is-thinly-veiled-hatred-for-you/

Anonymous ID: b6a355 Nov. 18, 2022, 4:15 p.m. No.17788701   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8750 >>8945 >>9085

>>17788699

Schumer seeking to remove this influence from the national legislature makes sense. After all, he’s a Democrat; he wants to win. McConnell’s collaboration with Schumer to remove the influence of conservative populism from Congress is inexcusable and should make his supporters question his intentions.

 

And, of course, there are members of the pundit class like The Dispatch’s own David French, who insisted this past summer that “Donald Trump presents an existential threat to the continued existence of the United States as an intact republic. Our nation may not survive a second Trump term.” French, one of the last of the original Never Trumpers, has a noted distaste for those on the “gutter right,” celebrated the reported loss of Republican Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake, and has argued a “Christian case” for a student loan bailout.

 

French’s input on 2024 should be taken with a massive grain of salt. Granted, he’s a bit of an outlier, seeing as how he is a self-identifying conservative who celebrates his own side’s failures while justifying leftist abuses of power, but people like him — anti-populists, if you will — are surprisingly common among the punditry class.

 

What unites these people — the anti-populist pundit class, the elitist politicians, and their acolytes — isn’t just their opposition to Trump as a political candidate. They are utterly repulsed by the people Trump represents, and they are nothing short of disdainful of the American people who told them to shove it.

 

Take Trump out of the equation, even. If, for the sake of the hypothetical, Hulk Hogan won the presidency in 2016 on the basis of re-establishing the U.S. as the global manufacturing hegemon while promising to restore national sovereignty at the southern border and reverse the cultural malaise that ate away at people across the heartland, the McConnells and Frenches of the world would be anti-Hogan.

 

They hate Trump, but they really hate you. You, your family, and your community are supposed to finance their special interests with your tax dollars until the end of time. They couldn’t stand having their interests put on the back burner for four brief years while Trump advanced the interests of the American people. Trump’s willingness to actually deliver for the people, effectively giving them a semblance of control over the government, wasn’t supposed to happen.

 

The elite’s attempts to pivot the base of the Republican Party away from its ongoing fascination with populism is how they plan on driving a wedge back between the American people and control of the government.

And, of course, there are members of the pundit class like The Dispatch’s own David French, who insisted this past summer that “Donald Trump presents an existential threat to the continued existence of the United States as an intact republic. Our nation may not survive a second Trump term.” French, one of the last of the original Never Trumpers, has a noted distaste for those on the “gutter right,” celebrated the reported loss of Republican Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake, and has argued a “Christian case” for a student loan bailout.

 

French’s input on 2024 should be taken with a massive grain of salt. Granted, he’s a bit of an outlier, seeing as how he is a self-identifying conservative who celebrates his own side’s failures while justifying leftist abuses of power, but people like him — anti-populists, if you will — are surprisingly common among the punditry class.

 

What unites these people — the anti-populist pundit class, the elitist politicians, and their acolytes — isn’t just their opposition to Trump as a political candidate. They are utterly repulsed by the people Trump represents, and they are nothing short of disdainful of the American people who told them to shove it.

 

Take Trump out of the equation, even. If, for the sake of the hypothetical, Hulk Hogan won the presidency in 2016 on the basis of re-establishing the U.S. as the global manufacturing hegemon while promising to restore national sovereignty at the southern border and reverse the cultural malaise that ate away at people across the heartland, the McConnells and Frenches of the world would be anti-Hogan.

 

They hate Trump, but they really hate you. You, your family, and your community are supposed to finance their special interests with your tax dollars until the end of time. They couldn’t stand having their interests put on the back burner for four brief years while Trump advanced the interests of the American people. Trump’s willingness to actually deliver for the people, effectively giving them a semblance of control over the government, wasn’t supposed to happen.

 

The elite’s attempts to pivot the base of the Republican Party away from its ongoing fascination with populism is how they plan on driving a wedge back between the American people and control of the government.

Anonymous ID: b6a355 Nov. 18, 2022, 4:34 p.m. No.17788836   🗄️.is 🔗kun

MAGA RATINGS: Trump's 2024 Announcement Draws Big, 12.5 Million Americans Tune In

 

Trump is still the ratings king.

 

According to a report from Breitbart News, former President Donald Trump drew mega (MAGA) ratings on Tuesday when he announced his candidacy for President from Mar-a-Lago; 12.5 million Americans tuned in.

 

https://hannity.com/media-room/maga-ratings-trumps-2024-announcement-draws-big-12-5-million-americans-tune-in/

Anonymous ID: b6a355 Nov. 18, 2022, 4:53 p.m. No.17789006   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9019 >>9056

Getting close, still no specific links?

 

==Donald J. Trump= / @realDonaldTrump 11/18/2022 17:17:56

ID: Not Available

Truth Social: 109367124060607514

I’ll be making a statement on the never ending Witch Hunt tonight at Mar-a-Lago, 8:30 P.M. Thank you!

https://qaggregator.news/?read=TT3256

 

https://rumble.com/c/DonaldTrump

 

https://rumble.com/c/RSBN

 

https://rumble.com/user/RealAmericasVoice

Anonymous ID: b6a355 Nov. 18, 2022, 4:58 p.m. No.17789062   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9067

ANOTHER PERSPECTIVE

YES!

The return of Trump is essential.

 

Over there at National Review, our friends have run a piece simply titled “No” — over a photo of former President Donald Trump as he announced his campaign for president this week.

 

Respectfully, my response to the Trump announcement is not only “Yes” — but (I’ll clean it up) — “Heck yes!”

 

To their credit, they run a list of Trump’s presidential accomplishments:

 

To his credit, Trump killed off the Clinton dynasty in 2016, nominated and got confirmed three constitutionalist justices, reformed taxes, pushed deregulation, got control of the border, significantly degraded ISIS in Syria and Iraq, and cinched normalization deals between Israel and the Gulf states, among other things. These are achievements that even his conservative doubters and critics — including NR — can acknowledge and applaud.

But then.

 

Then they list what they consider to be the reasons why he should not be returned to the White House — and in doing so illustrate exactly the Swamp’s way of thinking.

 

Trump was “chaotic,” with an “erratic nature and lack of seriousness.” They go on:

 

He often acted as if he were a commentator on his own presidency, and issued orders on Twitter and in other off-the-cuff statements that were ignored. He repeatedly had to be talked out of disastrous ideas by his advisers and Republican elected officials. He turned on cabinet officials and aides on a dime. Trump had a limited understanding of our constitutional system, and at the end of the day, little respect for it. His inability to approximate the conduct that the public expects of a president undermined him from beginning to end.

And right there is exactly the illustration of how Swamp dwellers — which include a lot of people Trump hired — behave.

 

To have to “repeatedly … be talked out of disastrous ideas by his advisers and Republican elected officials” says plainly that those “advisers and Republican elected officials” were utterly incapable of thinking outside the box that is Swamp thinking. And they panicked at Trump doing just that.

 

Anyone who has worked in the Swamp, and I have, knows that it works not unlike junior high school. The pressure is on to behave and think inside the boxes that have been approved by the “in crowd” — and anybody who thinks or acts in a manner not approved by the “in crowd” will be cast out.

 

In his recent book describing his experiences, Jared Kushner, the presidential son-in-law who was appointed as a senior White House aide, describes his experience as someone who came to office with, like the president, no Washington experience. And, in doing so, he illustrates the problem exactly.

Anonymous ID: b6a355 Nov. 18, 2022, 4:58 p.m. No.17789067   🗄️.is 🔗kun

>>17789062

Jared’s previous time was in the business world. He writes this in Breaking History: A White House Memoir.

 

A “veteran” of the George W. Bush administration came to see him for a discussion of U.S.-China trade policy, telling Jared that using tariffs was a mistake (bold print for emphasis supplied):

 

When I asked him what he would recommend instead, he suggested more rounds of talks. I said the first thing that came to mind: “So you want us to accomplish something you couldn’t by doing it the same way you did?” For the Washington establishment, the answer to that question was a resounding yes. Many Beltway insiders are experts at pointing out problems, but they’re even better at shutting down solutions. When confronted with the potential risks of change, they play it safe for fear that any disruption to the current system will jeopardize their political careers. This explains why some of Trump’s own cabinet members clashed with him and those of us who believed it was time to take calibrated risks and deliver more opportunities for the American people.

The description of Jared’s experiences on the flap of the book says this:

An outsider among outsiders, Kushner was a results-driven executive among Beltway power brokers. He questioned old assumptions and delivered unprecedented results on trade, criminal justice reform, production of COVID-19 vaccines, and Middle East peace.

In short? Bingo.

 

When one reads the National Review “No” article, one sees exactly the problem that is, in fact, the real problem with Never Trumpers at large. Donald Trump, outsider, thought outside the box. He was innovative, a serious change agent in the White House — which is exactly why so many in the media and the Washington Establishment obsessively despise him.

 

As the Washington Examiner’s ace political reporter Byron York points out in his own recent book Obsession: Inside the Washington Establishment’s Never-Ending War on Trump, no less than House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was caught admitting that, in the words of Utah GOP Rep. Chris Stewart:

 

They’ve been trying to impeach and remove him literally from the day before he was inaugurated.

At this point, this obsession with stopping Trump has now long since morphed into a monumental battle to silence the millions of decidedly middle-class Americans who see the country divided between what the late Boston University professor Angelo Codevilla called “the Ruling Class” and its opposite — “the Country Class.”

 

And make no mistake: The speech that Trump delivered in solidly presidential style announcing his 2024 candidacy this week was in fact the next “opening round” of this battle.

 

Which is exactly why his opposition — in the media, the Washington Establishment, and more — will intensify as 2024 slowly approaches.

 

Buckle in.

 

And, in this space, I wish him well — and great success. His success is essential to the future of America.

 

https://spectator.org/yes-trump-2024-presidential-run/