“Mr. Epstein was part of the original group that conceived the Clinton Global Initiative, which is described as a project ‘bringing together a community of global leaders to devise and implement innovative solutions to some of the world’s most pressing challenges,” lawyers Alan Dershowitz and Gerald Lefcourt wrote in the letter, according to Fox News, which first reported the matter in 2016.
The letter was written to boost Epstein’s public image during plea negotiations that ultimately led to a highly criticized sweetheart deal in 2008 where the financier served only 13 months in prison and home detention after allegedly soliciting an underage girl.
Q !!mG7VJxZNCI ID: 3a5b2b No.6958461 Jul 8 2019 20:00:01 (EST) https://twitter.com/SacksClark/status/1148394033926086656The job of the media (90% owned by 6 corporations) is not to inform the public of TRUTH (using facts), but to con the public using falsehoods and opinion to paint a narrative that is designed to 'keep the sheep in-line' in order to maintain control and regain power.
PEOPLE AWAKE AND UNITED ENDS THEIR CONTROL (BRAINWASHING).
Q !!mG7VJxZNCI ID: 3a5b2b No.6958560 Jul 8 2019 20:05:13 (EST) Anonymous ID: 997ce8 No.6958495 Jul 8 2019 20:02:03 (EST)
You guys dropping real vids along with indictments helps a lot with overcoming that!
Sessions began the Epstein investigation. When that is revealed those who doubted may see the light.
The wheels of Justice turn slow but when they turn they are powerful.
10x speed now underway.
We are back online (Pelosi attempted block).
The company said Monday it started rolling out the artificial intelligence feature in the last few days... To further help protect users from unwanted interactions, Instagram said it will start testing a new "restrict" feature. Restricting a user will make it so the user's comments are only visible to that person; a user will be able to choose whether or not to make that the restricted person's comments available to others by approving them. Restricted users also will not be able to see when an account is active or when a person has read their direct messages.
Trump boasted of the "incredible, big, beautiful crowds" that turned out for his speech in front of the Lincoln Memorial last Thursday despite rain that was at times quite heavy. "Based on its tremendous success we’re just making the decision — and I think we can say we’ve made the decision — to do it again next year, and maybe we can say for the foreseeable future," Trump said. The president announced his intentions to put on similar event at the top of remarks at the White House about his administration's environmental agenda.
Former Assistant FBI Director Chris Swecker said he believes the two-count indictment was brought to get Epstein "off the street" as fast as possible... Swecker said on "America's Newsroom" that he believes the current investigation is a "redo" of a previous probe that ended with Epstein receiving the "deal of the century." Epstein’s plea deal, in which he was sentenced to 13 months in jail, was overseen by former Miami U.S. Attorney Alexander Acosta, who is now Trump’s labor secretary.... He emphasized that the Southern District of New York's public corruption unit is handling the Epstein case, probably because he is alleged to have provided underage women to "pretty high-profile individuals." "That would involve, by definition, public corruption if the charges were suppressed for that reason," said Swecker....
A source tells PEOPLE the congresswoman was at McKittrick Hotel’s Club Car for the late night XX-rated burlesque show “Bartschland Follies” with her boyfriend Riley Roberts on Friday evening. After her arrival, Ocasio-Cortez, 29, was greeted by crowds cheering “Green New Deal!” and “AOC!” “You are all beautiful,” she told the audience and show’s cast when she was invited up on stage.
The book, Justice on Trial: The Kavanaugh Confirmation and the Future of the Supreme Court, set for release Tuesday, details how Ford was portrayed as politically moderate. But her acquaintances reported Ford’s profile on social media “had been notable for its extreme antipathy to President Trump,” conservative authors Mollie Hemingway and Carrie Severino wrote. Additionally, her political views "ran decidedly to the left and were at variance with most of her family's," and Ford's friends on Facebook said she "regularly expressed hostility" toward the Trump administration, they said.
Ford’s profile, however, was “completely scrubbed” about the time Kavanaugh was tapped for the Supreme Court in early July 2018. Ford informed Feinstein, the California Democrat, of her alleged encounter with Kavanaugh during a small gathering at a suburban Maryland home more than 30 years ago in a letter dated July 30, 2018.
That move came just days after DOJ attorneys told a federal judge that they were caught off guard by President Trump’s announcement that he still wanted the question on the census after the Supreme Court ruled against it. Legal experts were shocked by the decision to change attorneys. But it may have been the only way the administration could continue pushing for the citizenship question in court.
Two border patrol agents made the discovery after tracking footprints believed to have belonged to illegal immigrants seven miles north of the border near Tecate, California. The agents then found a black vehicle with the five people inside, according to the criminal complaint.
When they were placed under arrest, Byron Darnell Law II, the driver, informed the officers he was a Marine stationed at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton. Law said the passenger, David Javier Salazar-Quintero, was the mastermind behind the effort.
In an interview with The Associated Press, Barr said he has been in regular contact with President Trump about the question, which the president is determined to see featured on the decennial survey.
“I agree with him that the Supreme Court decision was wrong,” Barr told the AP. The attorney general added that he thinks there is “an opportunity potentially to cure the lack of clarity that was the problem and we might as well take a shot at doing that.”
Barr declined to provide further details to the wire service on how the question will be added to the census...
California Rep. Eric Swalwell announced at a press conference on Monday that he is ending his short-lived bid for president and running for reelection to his House seat, becoming the second Democrat to drop out of the 2020 race, leaving the field at 23 candidates. "After the first Democratic presidential debate, our polling and fundraising numbers weren’t what we had hoped for, and I no longer see a path forward to the nomination. My presidential campaign ends today,” Swalwell said.
Wearing dark blue jail scrubs, Epstein entered his plea before U.S. Magistrate Judge Henry Pitman to one count of sex trafficking and one count of sex trafficking conspiracy. Epstein faces up to 45 years in prison if convicted... Prosecutors told Pitman that Epstein should be detained pending trial, saying he posed an “extraordinary risk of flight” because of his wealth, ownership of private planes, and significant international ties.
Elizabeth Warren raised $19.1 million in the second quarter, her campaign said Monday, cementing her status in the top tier of Democratic presidential contenders and a leading voice of the party's liberal base. The Massachusetts senator's second-quarter contributions leave her behind only Pete Buttigieg, the South Bend, Ind., mayor who reported nearly $25 million in donations, and former Vice President Joe Biden, who tallied $21.5 million since his candidacy began in late April.
Adm. William F. Moran, who was nominated to be the Navy’s next chief, abruptly announced his retirement in a statement on Sunday, citing an ongoing ethics investigation into his relationship with a subordinate who was “held accountable over allegations of inappropriate behavior.” Admiral Moran’s decision to decline his appointment to be chief of naval operations and instead retire has sent the Navy scrambling to find a new candidate as the Pentagon operates with officials in acting roles in top jobs and without a confirmed secretary of defense.
The festival, Afrofuture Fest, initially charged people of color $20 and “non-POC” $40, according to the ticketing details on its Eventbrite page early Sunday. Now all tickets will be $20.The decision to change course came after threats and harassment, said Adrienne Ayers, who goes by Numi and is the founder and co-director of Afrofuture Youth. She said that after right-wing websites highlighted the pricing, people called and harassed the owner of the venue, and sent messages to her co-director’s family.
“For safety, not anything else but that, the new ticket structure will be a standard set price across the board of $20,” Ms. Ayers said Sunday afternoon. “However, there will be a suggested donation for non-people of color.”