Look who got caught! Liars, Leakers & Thieves

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Justice Kavanaugh’s Accusers and The New York Times.

The accusers of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh were standing in the batter’s box on Saturday for another round of attacks. Their coaches at the New York Times ran another round of what they hoped would be home runs in order to fire up the fans in the movement to impeach Justice Kavanaugh.

Problem was, they didn’t bother to include the full stories or provide important details. So after just a few days, the accusers were shown to be frauds.

Problem was, they didn’t bother to include the full stories or provide important details. So after just a few days, the accusers were shown to be frauds.

Strike 1 – Christine Blasey-Ford

Christine Blasey-Ford was the alleged victim brought before the Senate to testify against Kavanaugh. She couldn’t remember dates, times, location or details of how she arrived at or left the party. None of the four witnesses she named could corroborate her story—including her closest friend.

Her father, as it turns out, ran into Kavanaugh’s father Ed on the golf course and spoke of his support, saying “I’m glad Brett was confirmed.”

A video surfaced of Ford’s attorney admitting that part of Ford’s motivation was Kavanaugh’s pro-life beliefs, saying that “he will always have an asterisk next to his name” that will discredit any decision he makes regarding abortion.”

Strike 2 – Deborah Ramirez

Deborah Ramirez was at Yale with Kavanaugh. She alleges that Kavanaugh exposed himself to her at a drunken dorm party, but is unsure that he was the culprit. Not only that, she refused to be interviewed about the incident and several of Ramirez’s friends said she did not recall it happening. The Times did not include these details in story, but had to add them in an “update.”

Strike 3 – Max Stier

Ramirez’s alleged assault by Kavanaugh was “verified” first-hand by Max Stier. He says he saw Kavanaugh with his pants down and friends “pushed” his male member into the hand of a female student. The authors didn’t mention that Stier defended Bill Clinton when he was sued for rape by Paula Jones, or that Stier had legal battles with Kavanaugh during the Clinton Whitewater scandal in the 1990s. Nor did they admit that Stier’s wife is an Obama-appointed judge.

Meanwhile, President Trump blasted the Times on Twitter:

Why this Matters: The New York Times has been losing its credibility; how much lower can they go? Fellow journalists are blaming Fox News, with articles like: “How Fox News twisted the Kavanaugh scandal into a way to attack the New York Times,” by Vox.

The 2020 presidential candidates don’t seem to care about the truth either. They continue demanding Kavanaugh’s and Trump’s impeachment.

Former FBI Director ComeyJames Comey has been referred for criminal prosecution by Michael Horowitz, the (IG) Inspector General. Before Congress on Wednesday, Horowitz testified:

“We are required by the [Inspector General] Act to send information that we’ve identified that could plausibly be criminal to the Department of Justice.”

  • Comey leaked his memos containing classified information about private conversations with President Trump. He wrote that these talks “unnerved” him and because he was concerned the President might later lie about them.
  • That leak began the outcry for an investigation into President Trump’s campaign having colluded with unnamed “Russians” to sway the election. A special counsel was appointed, Robert Mueller, and after spending at least $30 million, no evidence of collusion was found.

Although the Department of Justice declined to prosecute for this offense, the IG is continuing to investigate Comey for FISA abuse, the origins of the Russia investigation, “irregularities” in his sworn testimony on Capitol Hill, and his attempt to deceive the President with the phony dossier.

Former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe
Andrew McCabe, at one time acting FBI Director, has also been referred for criminal charges. McCabe leaked info to the media that was designed to advance his personal interests. Horowitz wrote:

“We concluded that McCabe’s decision to confirm the existence of the [Clinton Foundation] Investigation through an anonymously sourced quote, recounting the content of a phone call with a senior Department official in a manner designed to advance his personal interests at the expense of Department leadership, was clearly not within the public interest exception.”

McCabe was fired for lying on multiple occasions related to the FBI’s handling of the investigation into Hillary’s illegal server.
His wife received $700,000 dollars for her local campaign from Hillary’s coffers.

Why this Matters: McCabe and Comey signed FISA requests to officially spy on Trump campaign associates—even though they knew that the “proof” of collusion was based on what Comey labeled a “salacious and unverified” dossier. A grand jury was convened to judge the matter last September. Still to come are those findings and a report on the handling of the Trump-Russia investigation. 

Serial “something” Ed Buck

Ed Buck is a powerful Democrat. He has donated more than $500,000 to a range of groups and candidates, including Obama and Hillary. So far, he has escaped prosecution–perhaps because of his powerful friends–even though two black gay prostitutes died at his home of drug overdoses in the past two years. In both cases, any charges against Buck were either not filed, or dropped. Buck’s favorite pastime, it seems, is to pay men for sex and inject them with dangerous doses of methamphetamine.

This time, he wasn’t so lucky.

On Sept. 11, another man nearly died after Buck injected him with two dangerous doses of meth. He also “thwarted” his victim’s efforts to get help until the man fled the apartment and called 911 from a gas station. Buck was charged with operating a drug house, and later denied bail.

Why this Matters: God is exposing and bringing down the wicked. Every day, there is more news of human trafficking rings being pulled down and victims freed. I report most of this news in my videos. Please consider subscribing to my main channel and clicking the “bell” to be notified of new content.

How to Pray: More remains to be done. We must keep up the good fight and continue praying, trusting our Father with the outcome. “For He is a righteous judge, requiting the wicked, by recompensing his way upon his own head; and by justifying the righteous, by giving him according to his righteousness.” (2 Chron. 6:23)

2 Chronicles 15:7 – Be ye strong therefore, and let not your hands be weak: for your work shall be rewarded.


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