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When alt-left and alt-right converge:


With "friends" like Max Blumenthal...



You daily ratfucking attempt from Mr. "Fearless and Adversarial"


Of course I can name numerous times Glenn has gotten into bed with RW extremists whenever it suited him...

And now Glenn wants to smugly dredge up this shit from 2012 like he's smart or something...

44 years later, how many of these excuses do you see recycled on a daily basis for KremlinGate?


Amsterdam AirBNB Host Yelled 'This Is Not Africa' Before Pushing Black Woman Down Stairs



France is way ahead of us... WAY ahead!!



Wikileaks mobilizes their interference efforts with another overcooked bombshell:


Your Greenwald/Tracey Daily Double (hold your noses)



How Tracey got hired at TYT I will never know, since he is a hundred times worse than Greenwald, who at least tries to pretend he isn't on Moscow's payroll... You will remember Tracey as the fuckwit telling everybody to stay home and not vote, among other things...

As a 16-year-old, she befriended younger girls and pimped them out for sex

An 18-year-old Hanford woman was sentenced to 13 years in prison for her role in the pimping and human trafficking of younger girls. Hanford police detectives arrested Jelinajane Bedrijo Almario in May 2016. Though a juvenile, she was tried as an adult for human trafficking, sending threatening emails to a family member of at least one of the girls and making terrorist threats.

She was sentenced on Monday in Kings County Superior Court, two days after her 18th birthday. Almario’s scheme, which last a few weeks, involved posting pictures of the younger girls on different websites for prostitution, then taking the girls to motels off Highway 99 in Tulare County, said Hanford police Detective Richard Pontecorvo. Almario was the prime suspect, he said. The ring involved four girls between the ages of 14-and-15-years-old, Pontecorvo said.

“These girls would run away for weekends or work a couple of nights,” he said.

Almario found the girls through friends or acquaintances and social media.

“These people are great at locating kids with low self-esteem and trying to be their friend, and then it obviously changes once they started working for her,” said Pontecorvo.


That smile in her mugshot is almost Trumpian...

This is what happens when *regular* people lie on the SF-86:

(Spoiler Alert: They don't get multiple do-overs like every Trump crony does)

TAMPA — A jury convicted a federal immigration officer Wednesday of two counts of lying to government investigators questioning him about a sexual relationship with a foreign national from Ecuador who came to his office seeking help.

Jeffrey F. Bohn, 55, of Riverview worked for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services in Tampa. He met Laura Maldonado and her 10-year-old son during a scheduled immigration interview about her children's residency status on Sept. 11, 2006, contacted her afterward and offered to assist her with her own citizenship status, according to testimony.

The relationship went on for several months before things soured. When Maldonado's application for widow status was turned down, he declined to see her, telling her to make an appointment, she testified. She showed up with an attorney and complained to his boss. This week, U.S. District Judge Mary S. Scriven dismissed two counts against Bohn of making false statements about his sex life on a federal security clearance questionnaire. But the judge allowed jurors to decide whether he had lied to investigators about the affair.

The agents were from the Department of Homeland Security's office of inspector general. Both times, he denied knowing or having sex with Maldonado. The case was prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney Sara Sweeney. A sentencing date has not been set. The crime is punishable by up to 10 years in federal prison.


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