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Focus on the Facts – – 01.23.17

The guest was Ruth Joanne Goodyear, a nurse and mental health professional who has done recovery work with victims of Satanic ritual abuse. Discussed the Pizzagate Scandal and the involvement of the Clinton Foundation, Jeffrey Epstein, the DynCorp Corp, George Soros, and NGOs in the Global pedophilia and human trafficking and organ trafficking networks.

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Nadia Prupis – Trump, Who “Can’t Be Bought,” Rewards Big Donors With Cabinet Roles

Dozens of President-elect Donald Trump‘s biggest donors are now being considered for administration positions, and the amount of financial supporters who ended up in his cabinet is “unparalleled in modern presidential history,” Politico reported on Tuesday. Of the 200 people that Trump has met with since the election, almost a third—73 people—are donors, Politico‘s Isaac Arnsdorf wrote. They contributed a …

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Steve Bannon May Have Committed A Felony With Super PAC Funds, Per Complaint To The FBI

he Democratic Coalition filed a complaint with the FBI on Tuesday against Trump Chief Strategist Steven Bannon, alleging that Bannon violated a federal campaign finance law by receiving payments from a Super PAC after becoming the CEO of Trump’s campaign, which is strictly illegal.  The Huffington Post broke the news: “Over the course of the Trump campaign, Bannon was paid …

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Clinton Campaign to Republican Donors: Hillary Shares Your Values

Late last week, Politico reported that Clinton operatives have initiated efforts to “peel off establishment Republicans who might otherwise grudgingly support Trump,” demonstrating their eagerness to win over big money donors previously wedded to the conservative establishment. Specifically, Clinton supporters have been targeting the donor base of Jeb Bush, whose main super PAC raised a striking $121 million, much of it before the race for the Republican …

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Wall Street Donors Flocking to Clinton

Now that Donald Trump has secured his position as the presumptive Republican nominee, Wall Street donors are fleeing the party and throwing their support behind Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton. A Wall Street Journal analysis published late Sunday found that the former secretary of state “has raised $4.2 million in total from Wall Street, $344,000 of which was contributed in March alone.” In fact, …

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Who’s Pumping Money into 2016 Election? Hedge Fund Heads

A new analysis by Reuters offers a fresh look at the interests pouring money into the 2016 president election. Hedge fund managers are upping their game in this election season, with Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton and Republican Ted Cruz the biggest beneficiaries, Reuters‘ review of Federal Election Commission filings found. “About $47 million has been lavished on presidential candidates and lawmakers and the …

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RICHARD W. BEHAN – The Clintons and Wall Street: 24 Years of Enriching Each Other

For twenty four years the Clintons have orchestrated a conjugal relationship with Wall Street, to the immense financial benefit of both parties.   They have accepted from the New York banks $68.72 million in campaign contributions for their six political races, and $8.85 million more in speaking fees.  The banks have earned hundreds of billions of dollars in practices that …

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GARY LEUPP – Proposed Text for an Effective Anti-Hillary TV Ad

Just some ideas for a television ad, for anyone opposing Wall Street’s candidate to use as they like. * * * They talk about Hillary Clinton’s “experience”—like experience is always a good thing. [selected clips of politicians and others citing her “experience” as the crucial thing] But what is Hillary’s experience, really? As First Lady she promoted health care reform, …

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Chris Arnade – I worked on Wall Street. I am skeptical Hillary Clinton will rein it in

owe almost my entire Wall Street career to the Clintons. I am not alone; most bankers owe their careers, and their wealth, to them. Over the last 25 years they – with the Clintons it is never just Bill or Hillary – implemented policies that placed Wall Street at the center of the Democratic economic agenda, turning it from a …