I only see the little birdie (in the original message)... Weird, I see it in the quote though...Interesting..
Again, I have no faith any of this connects to anything. The powers that be won't allow it. Since it's getting enough attention, they may sacrifice a few people to quell the public appetite.. but we're not getting big people.
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You didn't think the Epstein investigation began a few months ago did you?
It was all under the direction and oversight of AG Jeff Sessions.
Expect a lot more to become public (unsealing).
Barr not recused from E 'pending' cases, only 'past'.
[D] fight coming.
Liberal outrage coming.
Pelosi's daughter inserted?
NeonRevolt take on this journalist/article.
@Isikoff is a dastardly liar.
This is the guy who got his marching orders from DNC lawyer Alexandra Chalupa, who got the #BlackLedger from Sergei Leshenko, courtesy of George Soros and the Podesta Group.
Absolute bottom-feeding scum. We would have WASTED two years on the #RussianCollusionDelusion without Isikoff's lying for the Cabal.
And of all things, to write this about Seth Rich's murder! They must be really panicked that the truth is about to come out.
And Deborah Sines - former assistant U.S. attorney in charge of the Rich case - remember the name.
I can almost guarantee this is someone Jessie K. Liu had her take an early "retirement."
>In fact, the Fox story was a “complete fabrication,” said Sines, who consulted with the FBI about the Fox News claims. There was “no connection between Seth and WikiLeaks. And there was no evidence on his work computer of him downloading and disseminating things from the DNC.”
Good. Force them to put their chips on the table in front of the public eye.
Then roll out the Wikileaks server and emails to expose these journalistic frauds once and for all.
But here's the kicker at the end of the article, and it's showing you the Cabal's hand:
They want a "snitch" that "witnessed" Rich's murder to come forward:
>Sines chalks up the lack of progress to what she calls the anti-snitch culture of the streets in Washington, D.C.
>“In Washington, D.C., being a witness to a murder can mean a death sentence,” the former prosecutor said. “I’ve lost witnesses that were murdered because they were witnesses."
>Nevertheless... Sines says she is hopeful that the case will ultimately be cracked.
>“So I know that someone is going to talk. I know that,” she said.
Treasonous scum, the lot of them.
In the article it said that was their original argument, and that was thrown out by a judge in 2011 or something.. but they continued to say "not our problem".You're not wrong about the cronyism and class favoritism, but in this case, it seems like, initially at least, it was a residency problem. I mean, does the NYPD chase him to the Virgin Islands if he doesn't show up on his own accord? And I have a significant problem with any NYC city councilperson chiding the police about corruption/favoritism. I mean, c'mon.
“I have no interest in allowing the conversation about my personal life to continue and so I have no desire to discuss it.”