Daily Check-In 01/17/2018


Several suspicious financial transactions for the Russian Embassy were flagged by Citibank, going back at least to August 2016. These include multimillion dollar payments to contractors for work that was never performed, payments to the Ambassador days after the election, payments to staff listed as payroll that didn’t fit patterns, and some other money laundering red flags.

Every major bank has to keep track of their transactions and histories for anything flagged for potential money laundering. Even if the funds were eventually released, they have to keep track of where it came from, and where it was going.

It’s more than likely that Mueller has all of this information.


There’s a strong likelihood that Mueller subpoenaed Bannon to keep him from giving too much to the House Intelligence Committee.


According to the Navy Physician who gave Trump his physical, he’s in good health, at 6’3″ and 239 pounds.

This comes out to a BMI of 29.9.  30.0 is the lower threshold for obesity.  And, somehow, he grew an inch since two years ago.  Most senior citizens shrink in height.

This whole thing seems rather dubious.

I’ve been following a twitter account called Rogue Senior White House Advisor (@RogueSNRadvisor) and one of the topics he (I assume it’s a he) often covers is Trump’s health. Some of the tweets are pretty disturbing.

According to Rogue, Trump is a stress eater. Big time stress eater. When Flynn turned himself in, Trump was binge eating Arby’s, Panda Express, and Krispy Creme all day. Similar events happened when Flynn’s lawyers told Trump they would no longer be sharing information, and when news broke about George P.’s guilty plea and Manafort’s arrest.

Dr. Ronny Jackson is palpably afraid of Trump and his temper. He debated ever since he was assigned this task between telling the truth or fudging the numbers. In the end, he decided it was safer for him to fudge the numbers on his weight, height, and blood pressure. The weight is much closer to 339 than 239.

A travel rider for the Asian trip back in November 2017 requested, among other things, 45 Arby’s Roast Beef sandwiches, 22 pounds of Filet Mignon, 22 Hungry Man Chicken Dinners, 3 80 inch televisions, and 3 XXXXL silk robes. That’s Quadruple Extra Large. According to DXL’s size chart, that is a 58″ chest and a 54-56″ waist. 56 inches is 1.42 meters. That sizing is much more consistent with a man weighing 339 pounds (153 kg) instead of 239 pounds (108 kg). Especially if he were a former athlete.

Trump wanted Dr. Jackson to change the weight to 199, but staff was “asking him to be realistic.” At Trump’s real height, closer to 6′ or 5’11”, 199 is still unhealthy, but isn’t obese.

The reason his stats were given at 6’3″ and 239 is that it translates to a BMI of 29.9, literally 1 pound below obese.

Granted, this is all based off of a random Twitter Alt account, but a good deal of his tweets have panned out before. Take it with a grain of salt.


Well, looks like Porngate is picking up steam. Or Pornwater. How about The Teapot Porn Scandal?

InTouch Magazine, an American tabloid that is a couple notches below People in quality but light years ahead of the National Enquirer, interviewed Stormy Daniels back in 2011 about her affair with Donald Trump. For some reason, they decided not to run it then. They’re running it this week.

But Rachel Maddow asked a very important question.

Who paid the settlements?

It might not seem like a big deal, but those settlements are most likely campaign contributions. Paying off porn stars to keep quiet right before an election has a big impact on the election. The people and groups that made those payments are required by law to file with the FEC.

So, when the National Enquirer paid $150,000 for Karen McDougal’s story to bury it? That would be a campaign contribution.

But what I’m wondering is whether or not the Trump Campaign used donations to pay off their other porn star affairs?

That’s it for today.

Thank you, and have a good one.

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