#JeffreyEpstein was a Mossad asset who was used by Israeli intelligence to blackmail American politicians, according to a former Israeli spy.
Ari Ben-Menashe, a former Israeli spy and alleged “handler” of Robert Maxwell, told the authors of a new book, #Epstein: Dead Men Tell No Tales, that Epstein ran a “complex intelligence operation” at the behest of Mossad.
Believing that Epstein planned to marry his daughter, Maxwell introduced him and Ghislaine Maxwell to Ben-Menashe’s Mossad circle. “Maxwell sort of started liking him, and my theory is that Maxwell felt that this guy is going for his daughter,” Ben-Menashe said. “He felt that he could bless him with some work and help him out in like a paternal [way].” Israeli intelligence bosses gave the green light and Epstein then became a Mossad asset. “They were agents of the Israeli Intelligence Services,” said Ben-Menashe.
When it became clear that Epstein wasn’t very competent at doing much else, his primary role became “blackmailing American and other political figures.” “Mr. Epstein was the simple idiot who was going around providing girls to all kinds of politicians in the United States,” said Ben-Menashe. “See, fucking around is not a crime. It could be embarrassing, but it’s not a crime. But fucking a fourteen-year-old girl is a crime. And he was taking photos of politicians fucking fourteen-year-old girls — if you want to get it straight. They would just blackmail people, they would just blackmail people like that.” #truth#DonaldTrump#HillaryClinton#weekend#Saturday#Israel#UnitedStates#USA#MAGA#Europe
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How Fair is the Electoral College? The electoral college misrepresents every state, but not as much as you may think
“Hillary Clinton surpassed Donald Trump by more than 2 million votes, but lost the electoral college 306 to 232. In raw votes, it was the largest popular-vote lead in history for a candidate who lost the election. The nature of the results has again stirred up debate about the merits of using the electoral college system.”
“A state’s electoral votes are equal to the number of representatives and senators the state has in Congress. House seat apportionments are based on population and are reapportioned every decade after the census. Every state is guaranteed at least one seat in the House and two in the Senate.”
“The electoral college is supposed to guarantee that populous states can’t dominate an election, but it also sets up a disparity in representation. While California has one electoral vote per 712,000 people, Wyoming — the least populous state in the country — has one electoral vote per 195,000 people.”
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Fifteen years from now when my son asks me what the hell happened in 2016, I will refer back to these two books to try to scrap together some sort of explanation for him. Reading these back to back gave me the ability to scrutinize the different accounts of “what happened,” but hell—it gave me even more info to research because CLINTON DIDN’T INCLUDE HER REFERENCES. And some of us (okay just me?) like to read the references. Anyway, here are my mini reviews—
A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership by James Comey ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
• The former FBI at the center of the Clinton email scandal impressed me by his character, insight, and sincerity. His part memoir part rebuttal to Clinton's (and many others') assertions that he is responsible for Trump winning (I still don't have an opinion on this) provide interesting and important information about far more than his role as FBI director. Skip to chapter 12 if you are most interested in his take on Trump. His explanations of his interactions with him sent chills up my spine!
What Happened by Hillary Clinton ⭐️⭐️⭐️
• This book is too long and trying to do too much. As a result, I fear the relevance of what is said here as well as its historical significance is lost. The overarching messages are that she would have been a great president (I agree), she was screwed over in many ways (I agree on some of them), and our democracy is in trouble (duh). However, my main takeaways from this are that she needs a better editor and Bernie Sanders is our best chance of winning in 2020. Skim read.
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Have a great week Patriots! “Twas the night before #Declas 🍿#MAGA #KAG