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Trump Clinton rape and the media

Donald Trump's comments barely need repeating. Everyone heard them the tenth time time they were repeated. Since the comments were made public late, women have come forward with stories about Donald Trump. Some were unlucky enough to have been on an airplane with him. Others were media personalities. Their stories were re-told by the media and Trump's comments have held the spotlight for an unusually long time. But what about the time Donald Trump did rape? That story held on for only a couple of days, and then it was gone.

 

Democrats stole Trump Campaign Data

There is a big pile of data recently released by Wikileaks on the inner workings the Democratic National Committee. Wikileaks did not curate the emails beyond making them searchable and seperating the attachments and emails marked as spam. The mainstream press has gotten a few stories from the email trove, but avoided discussing their culpability in the sometimes criminal behavior and election fraud outlined therein.

 

1964 plus 1968 times 2016 equals Demexit

Party conventions long ago ceased to be places where platforms are decided, decisions are made or votes are cast. Everything material that a party does is meaningless at a convention because the real decisions made by real power brokers happened already. Conventions are media events designed to boost a candidate and create “momentum” enough to keep the public from being fatigued by another three months of speeches full of promises that will never be kept. Well, that is the normal case.

 

Trump rapes girl furnished by Columbus Billionaire Jeff Epstein. Both threaten to kill whole families.

In 1994 a 13 year old girl got off a bus at Port Authority in New York City. She dreamed of becoming a model and living a glamorous life amongst glamorous and wealthy people. The people were wealthy, but the life was not glamorous and she did not become a model. She was recruited to attend parties thrown by Jeff Epstein, who is the money manager for organized crime connected Columbus billionaire Les Wexner.

 

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