Thursday, March 23, 2023

‘Game-Changer’ Costello Testimony May Have Sunk Manhattan DA’s Case Against Trump, Dershowitz Says

 Resist the Mainstream

On Monday, former federal prosecutor Robert Costello testified that Michael Cohen “couldn’t tell the truth if you put a gun to his head.” Costello later referred to Cohen as a “serial liar.” But he still could be president.

"On Wednesday, famed Harvard Law professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz echoed what RTM reported on Tuesday — that Robert Costello’s testimony regarding the questionable integrity and trustworthiness of Michael Cohen significantly undermined the strength of Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s argument.

"Bragg is seeking to indict former President Donald Trump on felony charges regarding falsified business records and paying “hush money” through a third party in 2016 to conceal a sexual encounter in 2006. 

"One of Bragg’s key witnesses is Michael Cohen, and the other is Stormy Daniels, who previously presented false information to a court, and few consider her a reputable witness.

"According to Dershowitz, Costello’s testimony and poor execution on Bragg’s part likely derailed any chance of a grand jury indictment.. . ."

SHOCKING NEW VIDEO Reveals Joe Biden's Groping, Grooming and Dangerous Predatory Behavior with Children, Women and Young Boys

 The Gateway Pundit   "For years The Gateway Pundit has reported on the dozens of times Joe Biden has been caught on camera in public grabbing, groping, sniffing, and rubbing women children and little boys."

. . ." linked to a recent video of child abuse expert Anthony Zenkus describing the behaviors of a child predator. His talk is interspersed with clips of Joe Biden groping, grooming, petting, grabbing, holding women, children and little boys."

Schumer Refuses to State Confidence in Manhattan D.A. Alvin Bragg


"A Manhattan grand jury will not hear testimony, deliberate or vote on the hush-money case against former President Donald Trump Thursday," Fox News reported Thursday morning. "Since the grand jury does not sit on Fridays, a vote on the Trump case is not expected this week, according to the source."

"The decision comes after reports there is turmoil inside the office of Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg and severe disagreement about bringing an indictment against the former president. 

"Meanwhile, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan is demanding Bragg testify on Capitol Hill about his politically charged crusade against Trump.". . . 

Trump touts new piece of ‘totally exculpatory’ evidence and it appears to be a game-changer (  "In a stunning new development in the case against former President Donald J. Trump, a new piece of evidence could throw a wrench into efforts by vindictive Manhattan Attorney General Alvin Bragg and a New York grand jury to indict the 2024 Republican Party frontrunner.

"On Thursday, a 2018 letter from the lawyer of star witness Michael Cohen to the Federal Election Commission (FEC) states that his client acted alone in paying “hush money” to pornographic film star Stormy Daniels and he did so using his own personal funds, a document that contradicts the story of a man who has been described as a “serial liar” and one that could be a potential game changer in a case that is already highly problematic for Bragg and his prosecutors.". . .

Haters salivate over creepy deepfake images of Trump being arrested (

HART: Soros-Funded Manhattan District Attorney Predictably Weaponizes His Office Against Trump | The Daily Caller  . . ."Perhaps Trump could join the worst golf foursome ever:  O.J. Simpson, Stormy Daniels, Ted Kennedy and Bill Clinton. O.J. is a slicer, Stormy a hooker, Ted Kennedy cannot drive over water, and Bill Clinton can’t remember which holes he has recently played.

"No one is better at using whatever power he or she has in elective office to go after political opponents than today’s Democrats. The fact that the hyper-blue political offices of Manhattan and Fulton County (Atlanta) District Attorneys are the ones most rabid to arrest Trump tells you all you need to know.". . .

Schumer Refuses to State Confidence in Manhattan D.A. Alvin Bragg (

REPORTER: "Do you have confidence in Alvin Bragg?"

The Roots of Our Partisan Divide |

But I think they forgot how delicate a system a democratic constitutional republic is, how difficult it is to get the formula right, and how hard it is to see when a government begins—slowly, very slowly—to veer off course in a way that can take decades to become evident.


 Imprimis (   "American society today is divided by party and by ideology in a way it has perhaps not been since the Civil War. I have just published a book that, among other things, suggests why this is. It is called The Age of Entitlement: America Since the Sixties. It runs from the assassination of John F. Kennedy to the election of Donald J. Trump. You can get a good idea of the drift of the narrative from its chapter titles: 1963, Race, Sex, War, Debt, Diversity, Winners, and Losers.

"I can end part of the suspense right now—Democrats are the winners. Their party won the 1960s—they gained money, power, and prestige. The GOP is the party of the people who lost those things.

"One of the strands of this story involves the Vietnam War. The antiquated way the Army was mustered in the 1960s wound up creating a class system. What I’m referring to here is the so-called student deferment. In the old days, university-level education was rare. At the start of the First World War, only one in 30 American men was in a college or university, so student deferments were not culturally significant. By the time of Vietnam, almost half of American men were in a college or university, and student deferment remained in effect until well into the war. So if you were rich enough to study art history, you went to Woodstock and made love. If you worked in a garage, you went to Da Nang and made war. This produced a class division that many of the college-educated mistook for a moral division, particularly once we lost the war. The rich saw themselves as having avoided service in Vietnam not because they were more privileged or—heaven forbid—less brave, but because they were more decent.

"Another strand of the story involves women. Today, there are two cultures of American womanhood—the culture of married women and the culture of single women. If you poll them on political issues, they tend to differ diametrically. It was feminism that produced this rupture. For women during the Kennedy administration, by contrast, there was one culture of femininity, and it united women from cradle to grave: . . ."

Christopher Caldwell is a senior fellow at the Claremont Institute, a contributing editor at the Claremont Review of Books, and a contributing opinion writer for The New York Times. A graduate of Harvard College, he has been a senior editor at the Weekly Standard and a columnist for the Financial Times. He is the author of Reflections on the Revolution in Europe: Immigration, Islam, and the West and The Age of Entitlement: America Since the Sixties.

Another Biden judicial nominee exposed as a doofus

 Monica Showalter

What kind of judge would Kato-the-Unready be without this utterly basic judicial knowledge? Does this explain the kinds of lunatic legal decisions we see coming from leftist judges who reflexively side with Joe Biden no matter how wrong he is?

. . ."Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) backed another one of President Joe Biden's judicial picks into a legal corner after the nominee admitted to not knowing a criminal law doctrine known as a Brady motion.

"The 1963 Brady motion is one of the most basic laws of fairness in the judicial system -- mandating that prosecutors, who have a mountain of evidence to work with, cannot withhold exculpatory evidence from a defendant if they possess it and indeed have to hand it over.". . .

. . ."What it shows is how unfit Joe Biden's team are for any job that requires an understanding of basic, ordinary, law. Political loyalty and having the right skin color or sexual status are how these nominees get chosen, not merit, let alone anything resembling knowledge of the law. This is how it's done in Caracas..

"Crews was worse than many of them because when he was caught not knowing what the Brady motion was, he tried to bee ess his way out of it, taking a wild guess that the folksy senator from Louisiana, Sen. John Kennedy, probably had gun control on his mind.

"Crews should have known that Kennedy, whose folksy manner and witty statements conceal a steel-trap legal mind, would ask him about that. But he didn't.

"Kennedy has knocked one unready candidate after another out of judicial confirmation in the past by stumping them on basic law. This includes Biden nominees, but also Trump ones.". . .

Sen. Kennedy should be lauded for ratting out the poseurs and politically connected hacks of no merit in their field, with only political loyalty to speak for them. Based on what Kennedy unearthed, Kato Crews is easily in that category and should not be approved as a federal judge.

Sen. Kennedy’s question on legal procedure stumps Biden judicial nominee in front of Senate committee | Fox News

There Is No Hope for the Regime Media


The media sucks. It is comprised of a few mostly dull people who have little life experience not involving daddy’s money or a keyboard choosing and writing stories based entirely on received woke wisdom. Expecting it to change is like expecting the sun to pop up in the west. It can’t. It won’t. Let the regime media die, and laugh as it does. Kurt Schlichter

"We keep hearing that a vibrant news media is essential to a vibrant democracy, but we are not a democracy, and the regime media is trash. It is as useful as a thong on Chris Christie and as helpful to our society as a herpes chancre on your upper lip on a first date. Here’s my position, one you should adopt: I wish to do anything possible, legal, and moral (and there is a lot of latitude on that last one) to hurt the regime media and help hasten its agonizing suicide.

"The new book by Steve Krakauer, “Uncovered: How the Media Got Cozy with Power, Abandoned Its Principles, and Lost the People,” which I liked enough to get in both audio and ebook, disagrees. His argument is important, and you need to understand it to understand the reality of the situation. Krakauer likes the media, or rather the idea of the media as he thinks it should be. Whether it ever was, that is open to debate, but it ultimately does not matter. The regime media is unsalvageable. 

"Krakauer worked at various media outlets, including a pre-insane CNN, and now works with Megyn Kelly on her podcast (she was, of course, famously canceled over nonsense). He believes that the media needs to go back to its allegedly objective roots, albeit after making allowances for Twitter and other changes that disrupt the financial models and create incentives for journalists to forgo actual journalism in favor of personal branding.". . .

It's Time to Honor D-Day's' 'Boys of Bedford' -

There is a quote on one wall from George Patton, “It is foolish and wrong to mourn the men who died. Rather, we should thank God such men lived.”

 Hollywood in Toto  "When I went to college, I studied theater and acting (much to my mother’s dismay). The degree I earned doesn’t do much by way of guaranteeing financial security, but I did learn how to tell a good story.
"Of course, I also got to act in some good stories, and one of the best I encountered in my collegiate career was the tale of the Bedford Boys.
"It was my good fortune to be cast in a lead role.
"To research my role I read books, listened to interviews, visited memorials and talked to people of the town of Bedford, VA. In the process, I fell in love with the men from the 116th infantry regiment Company A of the United States 29th Division of the US Army.". . .

. . .The national D-Day memorial is located in Bedford, Va. because that small rural town lost more soldiers per capita in the Normandy invasion than any other town or city in America. And not only were the lives of those brave soldiers destroyed, but the community of Bedford had a generation of young men torn from the fabric of their tight-knit society.
"As I spoke with family members of the men who died on D-Day, I heard in their stories and their voices the still poignant loss of men like Ray O. Stevens, Bedford Hoback, and Jack Powers. This group of country boys put their lives on hold to fight for their friends, families, and their country.
"And in doing so, they made the world a freer and better place. But in doing so, they and their beloved home town made a staggering sacrifice.". . .

Donald Trump Revelations Put Alvin Bragg in 'Untenable Position'—Lawyers

AF Branco

Newsweek   "Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg has been put in an "untenable position" with regards to the ongoing criminal investigation into Donald Trump's business dealings, following the "scathing" resignation letter from his former prosecutor, according to experts.

"On Wednesday, The New York Times published the letter from prosecutor Mark Pomerantz, who quit as special assistant district attorney in February amid reports Bragg had doubts about pushing forward with prosecuting the former president and paused the grand jury investigation needed to indict him.

"In the bombshell letter, Pomerantz, one of the top prosecutors working on the investigation into alleged tax fraud by The Trump Organization, said that the former president was "guilty of numerous felony violations" with regards to his "false" financial statements.

"Pomerantz also hit out at Bragg for not seeking criminal charges against Trump even though the district attorney's predecessor who started the investigation, Cyrus Vance Jr., urged the department to seek an indictment "as soon as reasonably possible" because of the evidence against the former president.". . ."

Wednesday, March 22, 2023

: A Trump indictment is like ‘Christmas for morons’

 Alvin Bragg doesn’t even bother to prosecute repeat violent offenders. This should tell you everything you need to know.

Heavy D Don’t Tweet, He Acts

  Ann Coulter

Everyone’s worried DeSantis won’t be as “exciting” as Trump on the campaign trail. After all-talk-no-action Trump, who cares about talk? This time, we want action.

"Isn’t it great to have the media complaining about what a Republican is doing, instead of what he’s tweeting?

 "The New York Times recently did a major investigation into Gov. Ron DeSantis’ suspension last August of a Florida prosecutor for the flimsy reason that he’d publicly announced that he would not enforce state law on abortion.

"The Florida legislature had just spent nearly two months banging out a compromise bill that allowed abortions up to 15 weeks — more liberal than most European countries — and included an exception for life of the mother. An abortionist would literally have to turn himself in to get prosecuted under this law.

"What kind of showboating clown would sign a public “pledge” not to prosecute a case that had about a 1 in 10 billion chance of ever landing in his office?

"Ladies and gentlemen, I give you Florida state attorney Andrew H. Warren.

"This wasn’t Warren’s first publicity stunt. Even a fawning profile on Warren in the Tampa Bay Times noted his penchant for going “out of his way to draw attention to himself,” setting him “apart from other elected prosecutors.”

"During the pandemic, Warren held a press conference to announce that he was prosecuting a church pastor for violating the county’s stay-at-home order by holding services — a misdemeanor offense.

"Days later, Gov. DeSantis issued an order expressly overriding the county’s shutdown rules — and Warren held a press conference to denounce the governor’s order. People will DIEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!" . . .  Full article...

Remy: People Will Die! (; "Remy channels his inner Elizabeth Warren to vilify the other side."

Musk Teases Schumer Over Jan. 6 Viral Video

Musk Teases Schumer Over Jan. 6 Viral Video - Conservative Cardinal 

"Elon Musk, the proprietor of Twitter, responded to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s post criticizing Fox News for broadcasting imagery from the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021.

Musk did this by reposting a popular short clip of the video and asking the New York Democrat whether he wished it removed.

Musk Taunts Schumer

Musk responded to Schumer on Wednesday, tweeting a video clip from @StevenVoiceover, which shows the narrator posing as a tourist guide for the Capitol’s “insurrection” in order to mock him.

Musk captioned the video asking if he wanted it taken down.

 BREAKING : Previously Unseen January 6th Footage

With his Schumerglower and his little clenched fists, Chuck led Democrats in their Two Minutes of Rage

Karine Jean-Pierre Dodges Question About Biden’s Support For Reparations

 Karine Jean-Pierre Dodges Question About Biden’s Support For Reparations | The Daily Caller

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"White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre dodged a question about whether President Joe Biden supported reparations for slavery Tuesday.

“We understand that there’s a legislation on the Hill currently on this, on the study of reparations … and we think Congress is the appropriate venue for consideration on such action,” Jean-Pierre said in response to a reporter’s question during Tuesday’s White House press briefing. “And so, we’re going to leave it there for Congress to decide to let them go through their process that they’re taking at this moment, but I would — I would lay out and speak to what the president has done.” (RELATED: California’s Reparations ‘Task Force’ Cites Three Prominent Critical Race Theorists Dozens Of Times)

"Democratic Rep. Sheila Jackson-Lee of Texas introduced legislation, the Commission to Study and Develop Reparation Proposals for African Americans Act or HR 40, to study reparations Jan. 9. A similar bill, also introduced by Jackson-Lee, was voted out of the House Judiciary Committee on April 14, 2021.". . . More..

‘Game-Changer’ Costello Testimony May Have Sunk Manhattan DA’s Case Against Trump, Dershowitz Says

  Resist the Mainstream On Monday, former federal prosecutor Robert Costello testified that Michael Cohen “couldn’t tell the truth if you pu...