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Sanctimonious Hypocrisy at It’s Finest

Every once in a while, you gotta shake your head in disbelief at the hypocrisy of the presstitutes and politicians in America.

Last Monday afternoon, The New Yorker magazine released a scathing story of the sordid, violent, and sexually perverse behavior of the Empire State’s Attorney General, Eric Schneiderman.

You can read this disgusting story (HERE).

Schneiderman, of course, immediately denied the allegations but within HOURS he handed in his resignation.

Interestingly, and unlike most politicians, he didn’t even lawyer up and try to lie his way out of it. (cue up:  “I did not have sex with that woman”).

So far it looks like Mr. Schneiderman is going down in flames (rightfully so, if the story is true).

It’s bad enough that his victims (prominent well-educated women) put up with his sick behavior, but what really bothers me is how Schneiderman was highly praised for being a champion for Women’s rights and an outspoken figure in the #MeToo movement against sexual harassment.

Adding insult to injury, coverage of this scandal, by the media presstitutes has been almost non-existent.

Obviously, there’s more to this story that’s being told.  (Think: Collateral Damage to the Democrat Party)

I point this out to you because the rumors flying around about the victims are downright ugly.

Rumors are surfacing that Schneiderman’s alleged victims did not speak out sooner because they were told to be quiet For the Sake of the Democrat Party.

(Hmmmm!  I wonder if they were paid more than Stormy Daniels to be quiet).

We may never know the real story.

But, we’re witnessing the wheels coming off some powerful political Cars.

And this may just be the beginning of a major Collapse of Confidence in Government.

Not a good sign.

Read how it affects the global markets HERE.



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