Thanksgiving weekend is here. It’s been a long year, and a lot has changed since this time last year. I’ll cover all of that at the end of the year.
This is a check-in for November 23 to 26, 2017. There are a few stories that came in, along with a blockbuster or two that deserve their own posts.
I’m going to go into more detail on this in my next post, but this is massive. If Flynn’s lawyers told Trump’s lawyers that they can no longer share information on Mueller’s case, there’s a very good chance that they’re no longer on the same side.
A company named Process Consultants, from Panama, purchased a condo in Trump Tower in 1991. A couple years later, they flipped the condo for $335,000.
I’m not saying that a company that hides the identity of its owners, based in a known money laundering haven, that sells an anonymous share of a condo quickly for a profit far above market value is absolutely proof of money laundering, but it sure smells fishy.
Paul Manafort traveled to Moscow an average of once per month since early 2014. Combine that with the news that Russians knew about Trump’s desire to run for President as far back as November 2013, these trips look a lot more insidious.
This article goes into great detail about the mission Israel Intelligence undertook to infiltrate ISIS, and how Trump told the Russians about everything.
Take this news with a grain of salt, since I don’t exactly trust Daily Caller, but the story does fit with some previous stories I’ve talked about concerning the National Rifle Association.
Here’s a Twitter thread about a Russian propagandist and Kremlin Insider who put all of his interactions with Donald Trump online, from November 2013 through the election. Included in the thread is the Moscow Miss Universe pageant in 2013, and how they knew about Trump’s desires to run for President 18 months before he officially launched his campaign.
Oh, he also negotiated to open a tower in Moscow in the same phone call with Putin. That deal fell through due to Putin and his bank getting hit with sanctions from the Magnitsky Act.
That’s it for today. I hope to go into more detail about Mike Flynn and what his flipping on Trump could mean this weekend.
Thank you, and have a good one.
“Without Journalists, it’s just propaganda.”
– Katy Tur