9 thoughts on “News/Politics 6-3-22

  1. Remember folks, vote fraud is a myth…. 🙄

    “Arizona woman admits guilt in ballot collection scheme”


    “An Arizona woman accused of illegally collecting early ballots in the 2020 primary election pleaded guilty Thursday in an agreement with state prosecutors that saw the more serious forgery and conspiracy charges dismissed and limited any potential for a lengthy prison sentence.

    Guillermina Fuentes, 66, could get probation for running what Arizona attorney general’s office investigators said was a sophisticated operation using her status as a well-known Democratic operative in the border city of San Luis to persuade voters to let her gather and in some cases fill out their ballots.

    Prosecutors were apparently unable to prove the most serious charges, dropping three felony counts alleging that Fuentes filled out one voter’s ballot and forged signatures on some of the four ballots she illegally returned for people who were not family members.”


    And she’s just 1 of 2000 mules.

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  2. The fraud runs deep. And from the top down….

    “Report: FBI Has Maintained ‘Secure Workspace’ Inside Dem Law Firm Perkins Coie Since 2012”


    “In response to a letter sent by Reps Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) and Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), Perkins Coie, the legal arm of the Democrat party, admitted this week that “the FBI has maintained a secure work environment within Perkins Coie offices” since 2012.

    A jury of Democrat donors in Washington D.C. on Tuesday found Michael Sussmann, a former law partner at Perkins Coie, not guilty of making a false statement to the FBI in September 2016 when he told the feds that he was not working on behalf of any client.

    Perkins Coie told the Republicans in the letter that “the FBI is responsible for maintaining a secure work environment,” Fox News Host Tucker Carlson reported Tuesday night. “That work space—whatever it is—is still in operation today,” Carlson added.

    Gaetz appeared on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” to talk about this shocking new revelation.

    The Florida congressman explained that he had learned from a whistleblower that Perkins Coie, “the law firm that received 42 million dollars from the Democrat party,” had been sharing a workspace with the FBI.

    “Why in the world would that be the case?” Gaetz asked. “Why would [FBI Director] Christopher Wray allow it to continue?”

    Gaetz told Carlson incredulously that a person operating out of that work space for the past 12 months was none other than Michael Sussmann himself.

    He noted that the FBI in 2017 had dismissed Sussmann’s allegations regarding the Trump organization’s links to Alfa Bank.

    “Now we learn that for four years after that lie, Michael Sussmann was in fact operating this secure work environment,” Gaetz exclaimed.

    “What reason would there be for that? And what leverage would the Perkins law firm have over the FBI given this work they’re doing together?”

    Carlson was flabbergasted by the special arrangement between the FBI and the Democrat law firm.

    “This is not normal, correct?” he asked Gaetz, a lawyer.

    “I have spoken to former federal prosecutors on the Judiciary Committee, and throughout the country, and I’ve not heard any describe a relationship like this with a private law firm,” Gaetz replied. “And especially because Michael Sussmann was an election lawyer! Why in the world would an election lawyer be operating out of this facility in this way?!” he exclaimed.

    He added: “Our concern is that politically motivated dirt was being converted into politically motivated investigations. That’s why Jim Jordan and I are making demands for answers from Christopher Wray immediately.”

    Gaetz said that it was his hope that the facility will be shut down.

    “The Democrat party shouldn’t have this special access, this special portal to the FBI, especially knowing what we do now—that they were often trying to take this opposition research, and use that for law enforcement counterintelligence purposes,” he said.

    Carlson agreed, saying, “you can’t politicize the country’s biggest law enforcement agency. That’s completely third world.””


    The people running the FBI are dirty and corrupt.

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  3. Wrong, and you’re a liar.




  4. Remember when CNN and MSNBC had this guy running as a Democrat for president?

    Yeah….. Some Never Trump people we know fell for this shyster’s lies too. 😂🤣

    “Judge Sentences Michael Avenatti to 4 Years for Defrauding Stormy Daniels

    Remember when the left thought he could run for president? Good times.”


    “CNN and leftist darling Michael Avenatti received a four-year prison sentence for defrauding porn star Stormy Daniels:

    Avenatti spoke for 12 minutes at the sentencing, acknowledging the “series of mistakes” and “poor judgment” he exercised.

    “I will forever be branded ‘disgraced lawyer’ and worse,” he said.

    Avenatti sent an apology to Daniels but the judge deemed it “too little, too late.”

    Judge Furman also denied Avenatti’s request to be sentenced remotely. He had to show up in court.

    A jury found Avenatti guilty of wire fraud and identity theft for taking $300,000 of the $800,000 meant for Daniels for her book Full Disclosure.

    Avenatti is already in jail after a jury found him guilty of extortion, the transmission of interstate communications with intent to extort, and wire fraud over threats he made to Nike.”


  5. You know they’re going to try it again, right?

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  6. A decent and unbiased media would be all over this stuff……

    But our media is neither of those things.


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  7. The FBI checks with the Clinton campaign lawyer before releasing an official statement?

    The FBI needs a serious house cleaning on the upper floors…


    “A lawyer representing Democrats proposed alterations to an FBI statement on the hacking of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) to avoid undermining the narrative from his clients, according to emails released as part of the trial of former Hillary Clinton campaign attorney Michael Sussmann.

    FBI officials in mid-2016 were drafting a statement regarding an alleged intrusion into the (DCCC) network and sent the draft to Sussmann, a lawyer representing the DCCC, the Democratic National Committee (DNC), and other Democrats.

    “Michael—our press office is once again getting a ton of calls on the DCCC matter. A draft response is provided below. Wanted to get your thoughts on this prior to sending out,” Jim Trainor, assistant director for the FBI Cyber Division, wrote to Sussmann on July 29, 2016.

    Sussmann zeroed in on the first sentence, which he said seemed to undermine what the DCCC was saying about the reported intrusion.

    “The draft you sent says only that the FBI is aware of media reports; it does not say that the FBI is aware of the intrusion that the DCCC reported. Indeed, it refers only to a ‘possible’ cyber intrusion and in that way undermines what the DCCC said in its statement (or at least calls into question what the DCCC said),’” Sussmann said.

    Sussmann proposed changing the press release from saying the FBI is aware of reporting on “a possible cyber instruction involving the DCCC” to saying the bureau “is aware of the cyber intrusion involving the DCCC that has been reported in the media and the FBI has been working to determine the nature and scope of the matter.”

    Trainor said the proposed alterations were fine.

    “We try to really limit what we see and not acknowledging too much but the below edits are fine and we will send out,” Trainor said.

    The bureau ended up using language similar to that offered by Sussmann, telling news outlets that it was “aware of media reporting on cyber intrusions involving multiple political entities, and is working to determine the accuracy, nature, and scope of these matters.””


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