Started by Satyagraha, Apr 09, 2017, 07:34:16 PM
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Quote from: Q on Apr 09, 2017, 08:01:42 PM-Epstein is alleged to have lured young women who worked at Trump's Mar-a-lago and turned them into sex slaves.We can be sure that the establishment have all the sordid goods which exist on Trump, which is one of the means by which they own him completely.
Quote from: Q on Apr 10, 2017, 07:34:08 PMI'm certain it is. They are not allowed in office unless there the worst kind of dirt safely archived. I suspect the establishment have vast quantities of the stuff on Trump, possibly even more than the Clintons.
Quote from: Q on Apr 12, 2017, 08:24:09 AMFinancial pecadillos are unlikely to be enough. They would not have installed Trump without the full range of the most sordid incriminatory evidence against him.
Quote from: Q on Apr 12, 2017, 09:18:51 AMWe don't know exactly what they had on Obama, but he was a groomed CIA candidate; arguably Trump was not. It therefore follows that more leverage on Trump may be required. While Trump has shown himself to be highly impressionable and manipulable, that can be double edged sword, and the effect depends on who is giving him the balance of information on which he makes his 'decision'. In all cases when dealing with an egotist like Trump, the decision needs to be perceived (by him) to be his, and he might even have forgotten the highly compelling imperative which led to him 'believing' as he does and making his 'decision'.We have plenty of circumstantial evidence for Trump's connection to Jeffrey Epstein, and the various quite convincing allegations against him - my post above is a good place to start with that. There is an interesting feature of the timeline of these allegations which I will speculate about later, when I have time.
Quote from: QWe can be sure that the establishment have all the sordid goods which exist on Trump, which is one of the means by which they own him completely.
Quote from: Q on May 02, 2017, 03:14:53 PMThis is a Corbett Report video which documents Trump's connection to Epstein and the suppression of pedophilia investigations by Trump, which was of course dishonestly spun by Trump supporters as increased arrests for pedophilia.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KuU1luqCJGw
Quote from: Q on May 02, 2017, 03:08:50 PMOn the Jeff Rense show last night (5/1), George Webb said the word is that there is a compromising tape of Trump, involving the rape of a minor, recorded at Epstein's New York residence.Quote from Q:The interesting feature is the age of the girl who Trump is alleged to have raped in 1994, which is 13. In 1994, Ivanka Trump was also 13. We know that there is an unhealthy attraction for Ivanka from Trump, there is plenty of evidence for this, but did Trump rape teenage girls in the 90's, at Epstein's residence and/or elsewhere, in order to live out his fantasy about Ivanka by proxy? I understand that this type of transferrence is well documented.
QuoteIn 2011, Epstein petitioned to have his sex offender status reduced in New York, where he has a home and is required to register every 90 days. In New York, he is classified as a level 3 offender — the highest safety risk because of his likelihood to re-offend.A prosecutor under New York County District Attorney Cyrus Vance argued on Epstein's behalf, telling New York Supreme Court Judge Ruth Pickholtz that the Florida case never led to an indictment and that his underage victims failed to cooperate in the case. Pickholtz, however, denied the petition, expressing astonishment that a New York prosecutor would make such a request on behalf of a serial sex offender accused of molesting so many girls."I have to tell you, I'm a little overwhelmed because I have never seen a prosecutor's office do anything like this. I have done so many [sex offender registration hearings] much less troubling than this one where the [prosecutor] would never make a downward argument like this,'' she said.
QuoteThough some observers have likened Epstein's enigmatic rise as a glamorous social magnet to that of Jay Gatsby, a more appropriate archetype may be the fixer, sexual hedonist, and (ultimately disbarred) lawyer Roy Cohn. In the 1970s and early '80s, Cohn was a favor broker for boldface chums as various as the top Democratic-machine politicians, the mobster Carmine "Lilo" Galante, Nancy Reagan, the proprietors of Studio 54, the Catholic Archdiocese of New York, Andy Warhol, the publishers Rupert Murdoch and Si Newhouse, Dershowitz, and the ambitious young real-estate developer Donald Trump.