Do you know which one of these Republicans initially financed the 35-page lie we now know as the Trump dossier? Purebred swamp rat!

Another bombshell, folks! I have a feeling it is going to be bombshell after bombshell until the swamp rats are in cages!

Since the revelation that Hitlery and the DNC were involved in the financing of the GPS Fusion-fabricated Trump Dossier to the tune of several million dollars, I have been wondering who the mysterious unnamed GOP donor was who initially funded the 35-page lie, then handed the ball off to Hitlery and the DNC when Trump became the presumptive Republican nominee.

So, I began to dig a little, scouring the interwebs, not overlooking even the most obscure sources, and it is mostly denial after denial by GOP donors trying to distance themselves from the steaming pile of Clinton corruption. No one wants that stench on them.

However, I found more than one source declaring that the mysterious GOP donor who so hates President Trump that he would stoop to paying for the most sensational lies in an attempt to prevent Trump’s election as President of the United States was none other than Jeb Bush.

“A wealthy Republican donor who strongly opposed Mr. Trump put up the money to hire a Washington research firm run by former journalists, Fusion GPS, to compile a dossier about the real estate magnate’s past scandals and weaknesses. 

After Mr. Trump emerged as the presumptive nominee in the spring, the Republican interest in financing the effort ended. But  Democratic supporters of Hillary Clinton were very interested, and  Fusion GPS kept doing the same deep dives, but on behalf of new clients,” The New York Times reported.

That report received funding from failed Republican candidate Jeb Bush.

An insider at BBC said that Steele was paid for by Bush to get more money out of President Donald Trump. Additionally, the BBC reported that a super PAC “Right To Rise” supporting Bush’s campaign commissioned the report from the D.C. based firm.

H/T steemit

Of course, at this point, it is simply conjecture without verifiable proof, which will come when the bank records of GPS Fusion and Christopher Steele are subpoenaed and examined. Until then I consider the BBC’s report that the Bush Super PAC paid Fusion and Steele highly credible.

I am irate over the revelations that Hitlery and the DNC were directly involved in the attempted smearing of a political opponent. But, now we discover that not only did a Republican donor initiate the Trump dossier, but that donor was Jeb Bush, a member of an American political family practically considered royalty in America.

The depth of my disillusionment is immeasurable. After watching the entire Bush family, including worn-out hag Barbara, step up to trash President Trump is only more evidence that the BBC claim is spot-on. The entire family is no better than the establishment swamp scum with whom they associate, especially the Clintons and Barack Hussein.

And, speaking of Republican swamp rats, let’s not forget who the Democrats chose to turn the Trump dossier over to the FBI. Songbird McCain.


VP Pence is f**king horrible, she says

Dan Lyman | – OCTOBER 17, 2017

James O’Keefe and his crack journalists at Project Veritas have released the highly-anticipated third installment in their ‘American Pravda’ investigative series, which features hidden camera footage of a New York Times senior content editor admitting the paper’s liberal, anti-Trump bias.

Desiree Shoe is a Times’ Senior Home Page Editor, based in their London office. Her duties including curating the front pages of the paper’s website, track breaking news stories, and write alerts, according to her.

Shoe revealed that journalists at the Times intentionally slant their writing to portray President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence in a negative light in order to influence and appease their dominantly leftist reader base, asserting, “A lot of [Times readers] are liberal.”

She professed her detestation for Trump, but contended that Vice President Mike Pence is “possibly worse,” citing the fact that he is “extremely religious” as a reason for being “f**king horrible.”

When asked why the Times homepage was completely dedicated to Trump bashing during the 2016 election cycle, Shoe confirmed what many who see through the #FakeNews already knew.

“If we write him, about how insanely crazy he is and how ludicrous his policies are, then maybe people will read it and be like, ‘oh wow, we shouldn’t vote for him,’” Shoe said. “I feel like Trump is… sort of an idiot in a lot of ways. Just an oblivious idiot.”

“If you impeach him, then Pence becomes president – Mike Pence, who’s f**king horrible.”

When asked by her companion, who seems to possibly be British, to explain Pence’s short-comings, Shoe revealed her deeper biases.

“He’s extremely, extremely religious. Extremely religious. He at one point backed a bill that hinted at conversion therapy for gay people, which is like electrocution, stuff like that,” she claimed.

While the Times has participated in perpetuating the lie that Pence ever endorsed electro-shock conversion therapy for homosexuals, they also debunked the myth in the same piece, admitting it is mere speculation derived from baseless inference  – in other words, nothing more than the average ‘homophobe’ smear campaign doggedly waged by leftists against most Republicans.

Shoe goes on to admit that the Times has been a beneficiary of the “Trump bump” – an informal term describing a substantial increase in readership and traffic due to the exciting and/or devastating impact of the ‘Trump Effect’ on the media as a whole.

“I think the business model itself is just… there’s so much panic about what to do,” Shoe said. “What else is a company supposed to do?”

O’Keefe points out that Nick Dudich, a Times Audience Strategy Editor who was exposed in a prior installment of ‘American Pravda,’ admitted to the same phenomenon propping up the ‘Failing New York Times – and other decaying mainstream media outlets.

“Trump has driven us more business than anybody else,” Dudich conceded. “Anytime he says ‘failing,’ we add a boost of subscribers.”

The Times second quarter revenues from 2016 to 2017 rose 9.2% and they also experienced a 63% increase in digital subscriptions in the same period.

Shoe semi-obscurely confessed to the Times’ leftist prejudice by acknowledging the widely-known fact that its customer base is dominated by leftists and by also admitting that they gear their content towards those readers.

“The New York Times is… widely understood to be liberal-leaning,” she said. “One of things we’re doing at the Times now is making sure that we’re aware of our audience.”

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WITHERSPOON: I was assaulted by director at 16… JENNIFER LAWRENCE: Told ‘perfectly f–kable’ at 15, made to stand nude in lineup…

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By Alexia Fernandez

Jennifer Lawrence opened up about the “humiliating” and “degrading” experience she had in the early days of her career.

The 27-year-old spoke Monday night about her experience as a woman in the movie industry at Elle‘s Women in Hollywood event sponsored by Calvin Klein and L’Oréal Paris.

The mother! actress, who was one of eight honorees at the L.A. event, explained that she was asked by producers to slim down drastically for one of her first roles.

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“When I was much younger and starting out, I was told by producers of a film to lose 15 pounds in two weeks,” she said, revealing another actress before her had already been fired for not losing the weight fast enough.

But it did not end there, she said.

“During this time a female producer had me do a nude line-up with about five women who were much, much, thinner than me. We are stood side-by-side with only tape on covering our privates,” she added.

“After that degrading and humiliating line-up, the female producer told me I should use the naked photos of myself as inspiration for my diet.”

Lawrence said she tried to stand up for herself and told another producer she thought the weight loss demands were not appropriate.

“He said he didn’t know why everyone thought I was so fat, he thought I was ‘perfectly f—able.’”

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The actress said she felt “trapped” by the experience. “I let myself be treated a certain way because I felt I had to for my career,” she shared.

“I’m still learning that I don’t have to smile when a man makes me uncomfortable,” she added. “Every human being should have the power to be treated with respect because they’re human.”

The Oscar winner also said that despite the sadness that comes with sexual harassment or assault, she believes the experiences of all women have been “oddly unifying.”

Lawrence told PEOPLE in a statement that she was “deeply disturbed” to hear of the sexual harassment and assault allegations made against Harvey Weinstein.

“I was deeply disturbed to hear the news about Harvey Weinstein’s behavior,” she said. “I worked with Harvey five years ago and I did not experience any form of harassment personally, nor did I know about any of these allegations. This kind of abuse is inexcusable and absolutely upsetting.”

She continued: “My heart goes out to all of the women affected by these gross actions. And I want to thank them for their bravery to come forward.”

Her comments come after dozens of women came forward in recent weeks to accuse Weinstein of sexual misconduct — including Cara DelevingneAshley Judd, and Angelina Jolie. Eight women spoke out against Weinstein in a bombshell New York Times report accusing the movie mogul of inappropriate behavior. The paper also reported that Weinstein reached private settlements with eight women, including actress Rose McGowan.

Following the initial report, Weinstein said in a statement that he was working with therapists and planned to “deal with this issue head-on.” He has since been fired from his powerhouse studio, The Weinstein Company, and his wife, Marchesa designer Georgina Chapman, has announced she’s leaving him.

In addition, the The New Yorker revealed — among 13 different women’s accounts of alleged sexual harassment, assault or rape.

In response to the lengthy allegations made against Weinstein in the New Yorker piece, a spokesperson for Weinstein said, “Any allegations of non-consensual sex are unequivocally denied by Mr. Weinstein.”

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