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Stuart G

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About Me

I thought I knew a lot, and I found out... how little I knew about what I know. And how much more there is to learn, if I listen and read what others have to say.

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Some prosecutors will not give up till they get the top crook.

... I have watched them for years. Prosecutors get a lower crook to testify against a higher one and then it repeats itself. Yes, it looks like Epstein is at the top, but is there someone up higher? Could be. Would Epstein testify against someone higher, if the prosecutors promise him a reduced sentence? Strange things happen when you threaten to put someone in jail for the rest of his life? Who knows what evil lurks within the hearts of men?
...............And that evil can be exposed with deals with other evil ones. Or can it?

Epstein and Trump. One similar thought, "I can get away with anything I do"

If a person were to look deep in their personalities, that is what will be found. Epstein will never see the outside of a jail cell. I wonder what will happen to Trump? Will he get away with his evil? I hope not, but I do not know. (I doubt that he will be re elected, but then I never expected him to be elected in the first place)

Here is a story about Joe Biden's son Hunter. An addict who has been through hell

This post was found by Don Viejo, posted earlier today, Tuesday 7/9/19 in Democratic Primaries:

https://www.democraticunderground.com/1287195679
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By Deanna Paul July 9 at 8:54 AM

Joe Biden — the two-term vice president and a 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful — opened up about his son Hunter’s struggle with mental health in a CNN interview broadcast Monday evening.

“Hunter is my heart‚” Biden said, referring to his son, 49. “And Hunter has been through some tough times, but he’s fighting. He’s never given up. He’s the most honorable, decent person I know.”

Biden has faced increased scrutiny in recent weeks on issues from his past positions in opposition to busing children to integrate schools to his defense of the 1994 crime bill.

Hunter Biden’s setbacks have also become a point of scrutiny. He candidly discussed them for a story published by the New Yorker last week. He said he assumed his history would be aired during the presidential race, and, he told the New Yorker, he wanted to preempt circulation of piecemeal stories that would reflect poorly on his father.
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The original location of this story, was published today, July 9, 9:32 AM, in the Washington Post at the link below, The writer of the story in WP as noted above is Deanna Paul. The title of the story in WP is: Joe Biden praises son struggling with addiction and mental health: ‘Hunter is my heart’

https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/joe-biden-praises-son-struggling-with-addiction-and-mental-health-hunter-is-my-heart/2019/07/09/c226ea02-7d35-46b4-9715-68d78c4faa07_story.html

"Second Verse, Same As First" 1. Did Trump do illegal acts with Epstein or anyone connected with

Epstein, and 2. Did Trump do anything illegal to cover up those acts? ( no matter if the acts themselves were legal or illegal)

I wonder if Pence coming back to Washington had anything to do with Epstein?

"Who knows what evil lurks within the hearts of men?"

Epstein is cooked, fried, burnt to a crisp and in danger of a life sentence:

Read this article from CNN, it explains it far better than I can. Department of Labor Secretary Alex Acosta is probably cooked too, and I am not an expert on cooking. I give you this link to show how much trouble this fellow is in. The article also infers that some of those other people (Epsteiin's friends and others) who partook in sex with the young women are also cooked. But that is too far in the future. One conclusion is that Epstein will probably never see the outside of a jail cell again. You be the judge of the rest of this article. from CNN:

written by Elie Honig
update 1:36pm ET, 7/8/19...article title:

The next big question about Jeffrey Epstein

https://www.cnn.com/2019/07/08/opinions/epstein-trafficking-molesting-sdny-indictment-honig/index.html

(CNN) " Jeffrey Epstein dodged justice the first time he faced criminal charges for trafficking and molesting children, exploiting a combination of wealth, influence, vile attack-the-victim tactics and an incompetent prosecutor, then-US Attorney for the Southern District of Florida and current US Department of Labor Secretary Alex Acosta. This time, however, Epstein is likely cooked. He faces charges likely to keep him behind bars for the rest of his life. The famously aggressive and independent Southern District of New York (where I worked for eight-plus years) has indicted him on charges of running a sex trafficking ring in which he allegedly sexually abused dozens of girls. Neither SDNY nor a public spotlight will permit a hush-hush sweetheart deal like Epstein got in Florida. The big question is, as the SDNY takes down Epstein, who else will go with him?

When he first faced sex trafficking charges in Florida in 2007, Epstein skated. His powerhouse team of attorneys somehow worked with Acosta to craft an agreement that was staggeringly unjust. Epstein faced decades behind bars but Acosta let him go with a plea to two minor state-level charges (for which he was sentenced to 13 months behind bars but served most of it on work release). The deal also inexplicably immunized Epstein's co-conspirators. In 14-plus years as a prosecutor, I've never even heard of the concept of giving a free pass to a defendant's co-conspirators. Worse, as a federal judge ruled recently, Acosta violated the rights of Epstein's victims by entering into the sweetheart plea deal without notifying them first, as the law requires.

The New York indictment was unsealed Monday and details allegations that between 2002 and 2005, Epstein ran a trafficking outfit in which he paid hundreds of dollars to girls as young as 14 to have sex with him at his homes in New York and Florida and worked with employees and associates who would lure these girls there and paid some of them to recruit others for similar abuse. CNN has reached out to Epstein's lawyer for comment. In a press release, the US Attorney's office said, "Epstein created a vast network of underage victims for him to sexually exploit, often on a daily basis."

Things now look bleak for Epstein. Simply being charged by the SDNY is, in itself, a defendant's nightmare. According to Justice Department data, the conviction rate on federal charges is typically over 90%, and the conviction rate in federal human trafficking cases is even a tick higher than that." Much of the case likely will center on testimony from Epstein's victims. While Epstein's attorneys in Florida cowed Acosta in part through a vicious campaign to attack the victims, the SDNY needs to stand firm. I've done sex trafficking cases, including a trial based largely on the testimony of victims. In my experience, victims typically have no reason to lie, and juries can and will believe victims, particularly if their voices are supported by other evidence. Knowing the SDNY, they've likely got other corroborating evidence.-- perhaps phone records, financial documents, e-mails or texts or travel records -- to back up the victims.

........rest of article at link above

Donald Trump is now and will always be, "The 1776 Airport President."

Donald Trump discusses "Airports in 1776"...............................................

Mr. Trump did NOT say, "I am sorry for the mistake", instead Donald Trumped blamed the teleprompter. Trump blames people, he doesn't take responsibility for errors he makes. But that won't matter. Mr. Trump is now the expert on "Airports" in the 1770s." We now must pay allegiance to the great " 1776 Airport President " Mr. Trump defined himself forever on July 4, 2019....

My best guess is Trump needs glasses, and refuses to wear them

There was another awful mistake that I cannot remember. That is why he said, "took over the airports" in my opinion. He cannot see the teleprompter clearly, and didn't practice the speech. (Another sign of a lazy, stupid person) This is an important speech, and he did not read it ahead of time. So, he didn't know what was in the speech. If he knew, then he would have read it correctly. Trump would not being made fun of. Too lazy to read it ahead of time, or too prideful to wear glasses. He would rather be made fun of, then read the speech correctly. The other mistake was just as stupid and was caused by the same idea. He couldn't read the teleprompter clearly. (important note:....This is my opinion, no proof whatsoever], because I don't know nothing ) just makes a lot of sense, and explains the "why" of what happened.

At this link, 5 or 6 of the new government pictures of inside the facilities.(2min,39secs)

Yes, some have been posted before, but this shows a few together...

https://www.ctvnews.ca/world/u-s-government-photos-show-detained-migrants-pleading-for-help-1.4491161

I never heard of, Michael de Adder, the fired Canadian cartoonist, till now.

His career has been skyrocketed beyond his wildest dreams. That one cartoon will be seen and has been seen by tens of millions more people than it would have been seen if he had not been fired. Whoever fired Michael de Adder, really did the world a service. That cartoon is really very special, and describes Mr. Trump completely.
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