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originally posted by: Grambler
originally posted by: Kharron
I was just reading about Roger Stone and Richard Mays being on the NXIVM list of clients!
The first one tied in with Trump and the second one with the Clintons. It's crazy how dirty Washington is, can't wait until this whole circus tent comes down.
I would love to read about it if you got a link.
My feelings as always is to out all of the dirt, no matter what side it comes from.
The for-profit corporation NXIVM is based on a self-improvement curriculum called "Rational Inquiry." Other high-profile names — including Republican campaign strategist and self-described political "dirty trickster" Roger Stone, former State Majority Leader Joe Bruno, former state Health Commissioner Antonia Novello, and writer-producer Mark Vicente — have taken NXIVM's executive success courses or were found to have ties to the organization, according to Times Union reporting.
President Trump s longtime friend and former adviser Roger Stone was uninvited to an annual dinner by a Florida GOP group after attacking former first lady Barbara Bush. The Okaloosa Republican Executive Committee told Northwest Florida Daily News on Thursday that the invitation was rescinded after Stone called Bush “a nasty drunk.”
Stephen Hawking also visited that island...I guess he was involved too...?
Especially considering that the New York Times article it refers to multiple times doesn't actually, you know... exist. There was no such article in the New York Times. None. Which you would know, if you out forth even minimal effort to actually do any research or fact check or use a modicum of critical thinking.
Raniere left the United States late last year after The New York Times reported the stories of some women who defected from their secret sorority and the government began interviewing potential witnesses. He sought to cover this trail by using encrypted email and ditching his phone, court papers say.
ALBANY — Last March, five women gathered in a home near here to enter a secret sisterhood they were told was created to empower women.
Kieth Raniere has fled the United States, and is living near Monterrey, Mexico, as his NXIVM cult continues to collapse. It is believed Mr. Raniere left the United States earlier this week on a private plane. It is not known who traveled with him, or whether he informed followers in suburban Albany, New York, where he was residing.
A longtime friend and golfing buddy of Bill Clinton’s is a student of the controversial cult-like upstate group whose members recently poured thousands into Hillary Rodham Clinton’s campaign coffers, The Post has learned.
Richard Mays – an Arkansas lawyer who was one of Bill Clinton’s biggest presidential campaign fund-raisers – is listed on the class roster of NXIVM, the bizarre Albany-based group.