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Congress owes taxpayers answers about its harassment 'shush' fund

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posted on Nov, 17 2017 @ 11:08 AM
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a reply to: Cancerwarrior


So it made me wonder about something, do people get into politics and just become child molesters and sexual predators? Or are pedophiles chosen and groomed for positions of power because those in power know that if these people for whatever reason can't be bribed, then they can surely be blackmailed?

IMO, the latter.

The FBI is more than law enforcement. J. Edgar Hoover turned it into a blackmail clearing-house, and I believe it is still such even today. It is used to keep dirt on politicians so they can be forced when necessary into voting a certain way. The dirtier the politician, the more easily they can be persuaded and the more attractive they are to TPTB.

Any politician who achieves public support in the lower levels of government is investigated and the dirt the FBI finds is cataloged and kept. As the politicians rise to the Federal level, there is plenty of information to work from, and the lure of lobbyists is so strong that they tend to succumb... and as long as they don't rock the boat, they can get away with it.

That's why Trump is hated. He didn't come up through political circles. He came up through reality TV, and he was already wealthy and powerful before that even. There was no real dirt on him in the FBI's database and that made him uncontrollable... and extremely dangerous in charge of the FBI.

That's why Jeff Sessions was demonized. As Attorney General, he is in more direct control of the FBI. I'm sure there's dirt on him, but there's also a distinct possibility that he will side with Trump in cleaning the swamp. After all, this is the man who stood up in the US Senate and chewed out the rest of Congress, including his own party, on more than one occasion.

That's why James Comey was fired. What was said publicly was an excuse... the real reason was that Trump wanted access to the wealth of information on the DC political operatives, and waited until Comey was far out of state and completely taken by surprise when it happened.

That's why Moore is being attacked so vociferously by both sides. There's not enough dirt on him, so some has to be manufactured to keep him in Alabama.

And that's why there are renewed efforts to impeach Trump. He's getting too close. Weinstein was a financial player and his disgrace has caused financial problems in the DNC. Finance (bribery) keeps the wheels of corruption moving smoothly, and that finance is drying up.

That's also why we are seeing agreement between Democrats and Republicans, not on legislation of course, but on matters pertaining to those mentioned above. They're circling the wagons and on certain issues can no longer do their choreographed fight scenes. The fact that both sides of that semi-existent aisle are agreeing on things like Franken and Moore tells me they are circling the wagons while they try to keep up the illusion of opposition on the bills that are moving through.

TheRedneck




posted on Nov, 17 2017 @ 11:12 AM
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originally posted by: DBCowboy
a reply to: IgnoranceIsntBlisss

People aren't upset about this because they really don't care if women get assaulted by members of their own party.

Sexual assault is just a partisan tool used to attack your opponent.



That definitely seems to be the case.



posted on Nov, 17 2017 @ 11:21 AM
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a reply to: projectvxn

There's not much we can do about what's already happened, maybe there is something we can do about a tax dollar, don't ask don't tell fund...that we pay for...when they are found Out...congressman so and so grabs a lady's ass...that's OK pay them with the( tax player HUSH slush fund )....

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posted on Nov, 17 2017 @ 11:22 AM
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a reply to: TheRedneck





That's why Jeff Sessions was demonized. As Attorney General, he is in more direct control of the FBI. I'm sure there's dirt on him, but there's also a distinct possibility that he will side with Trump in cleaning the swamp. After all, this is the man who stood up in the US Senate and chewed out the rest of Congress, including his own party, on more than one occasion.


I'm not a big fan of many of Sessions policies and viewpoints, but I can look past his shortcomings in those departments if he really is helping to drain the swamp. (ass deep in alligators no less).



They're circling the wagons and on certain issues can no longer do their choreographed fight scenes. The fact that both sides of that semi-existent aisle are agreeing on things like Franken and Moore tells me they are circling the wagons while they try to keep up the illusion of opposition on the bills that are moving through.


If people would just realize these two sentences you posted......

There is alot of information coming from the political circles that just reek of desperation from the establishment. To me anyway.
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posted on Nov, 17 2017 @ 11:34 AM
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a reply to: Cancerwarrior

Wow Scandal...

Hmmm, maybe there is a Storm a'brewin??



posted on Nov, 18 2017 @ 06:37 PM
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originally posted by: butcherguy
a reply to: Cancerwarrior

Who out there thinks it isn't a swamp?


It's a Den of Vipers!



posted on Nov, 20 2017 @ 09:57 AM
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I understand why this was created, however, at the expense of taxpayer dollars I disagree with it. There are people in DC who seek to undermine their political opponents via false sexual harassment claims. However, I think it only fair that anyone who is using these tax payer dollars to settle claims against them should have their names published.



posted on Nov, 21 2017 @ 02:38 PM
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a reply to: loam

Yeah ... the contents of the US Congress these days have a lot in common with the contents of a used toilet.

I just wish Congress had a flush lever.

Hearing information like this ... I would certainly like to pull it!



posted on Nov, 21 2017 @ 02:59 PM
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just settle down everybody. Nobody is going to do anything and no one will serve any jail time or face consequences.

Our society is now a bunch of collective pussies who are more concerned with picking a side and then assigning blame to the other side - like that has any effect on anything. Politards is what i like to call em. Don't think or act for yourself or your neighbor. Let your affiliations do it for you, right?
Besides - I'm sure our country as a whole is more concerned with who's winning American Idol or what gender Bruce Jenner is this week.

Nothing to see here....move along



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