Listen, I’ve played dumb in my lifetime. My reasons have ranged from the desire: for help with a task, to initiate a conversation with a stranger, or merely for entertainment purposes amid monotony. Playing dumb can be a tool used to understand what lies beneath a facade. If you know the answer to a question … Continue reading When Stupid Werks
Today, Monday, June 28, 2021, is the deadline that was given to the Trump Organization’s attorneys, to persuade prosecutors not to file charges. Speculators surmise indictments will begin to drop this week. This is the culmination of a two-year effort by both New York Attorney General Letitia James (D) and Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. … Continue reading Indictment Week in New York?
President Joe Biden’s goal when he took office was to have 100,000,000 vaccinations administered in his first 100 days in office. Today is day 59 and the vaccine count is at 122,000,000— so he lied. (That was a joke.) I don’t think I’m alone in applauding his efforts to date. https://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/biden-approval-rating/ Among the 122 million … Continue reading Biden, Day Fifty-Nine
Attorney General Bill Barr seemed to have gone missing last week. It turns out he was busy in New York. The previous time Individual 1’s personal Attorney General spent time in New York, sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein was suicided. This time Barr made two stops. He visited the home of media mogul Rupert Murdoch, who … Continue reading Scrambling for Cover— Up
The short duration of outrage at crimes committed by Cheetolini is chronic. He has his gift of distraction, but he also has helpers who make his sins disappear. Whatever happened with the SDNY investigation into individual 1’s campaign finance violations, the violations that landed his then-attorney, Michael Cohen in prison? The investigation was quietly closed, … Continue reading How will Barr Influence Epstein’s Case?
It was surprising when Attorney General Bill Barr recused himself from Jeffrey Epstein’s sex trafficking case early Tuesday morning. Barr is unethical, but conflicts of interest haven't stopped him yet. In the 1980s, Bill Barr’s father hired Epstein, a college dropout, to teach math at Dalton, a prep school in New York. More recently, Epstein … Continue reading Epstein, Acosta, Barr, and the Unindicted-Co-Conspirator