The now”breaking” Harvey Weinstein story has been around for decades. His abusive behavior, his penchant for singling out and intimidating up-and-coming talent, his threats, intimidations, payoffs, it has long been a running inside joke among the Hollywood elite. So why now? And what of the longstanding financial links between Mr. Weinstein and Washington D.C.? Some readers might recall the shocking claims of child sex trafficking abuses that are said to be rampant among the globalist elites, stretching from private clubs in London, to high-rise New York, and yes, the scripted caverns of PedoWood and all points between. (Snip)Last summer during the heated fray
Comments: Writer goes on to remind us of Podesta and Pizzagate. Weinstein and Podesta knew each other for years.
I had never heard of Podesta’s penchant for “Spirit Cooking”, a " ritual involving blood, semen, and breast milk”.
Initially I was kind of indifferent to the news that DOJ/FBI would be investigating Weinstein, but after having my memory refreshed about PizzaGate and assuming that the FBI hasn´t been totally corrupted -maybe it is a good thing that they investigate Weinstein and CO=o. And of course, there is also the matter of the DNC server being compromised and Debbie W-S´s IT issues...hmmmmm
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Donna M, 10/12/2017 10:31:33 AM (No. 11414500)
This is all going to get squashed in one way or another. There´s too much evil and perversion among the media and business elites for it not to be. They all have something on each other.
If I were Harvey, I´d be very careful with what I ate, where I went, and who drove me. I wouldn´t give two cents for his lifespan. A heart attack and rivers of Hollywood tears would sanitize him right into martyrdom.
Unless Ronan Farrow did the reveal at the bidding of some elite, I would not give two cents for his lifespan either. A drug OD or a mugging.
OP, it was all in the emails dumped by wikileaks. Reddit autists helped wade through and index those emails. Serious yeoman work last year.
#3, last I heard, ´Harvey´ was going to pull a I´m-off-to-sex-addict-clinic-in-Europe disappearing act. From there, who knows? Was his money already shifted off-shore for such contingencies? Time will tell how smart he was. Also odd report yesterday that he told his wife to leave him. Protection for her? Inquiring minds want to know!
Tip of the iceberg. If the truth were ever revealed, there would be many household names in entertainment and politics that would be caught up in this depraved debachery. Too many elites are involved to ever reveal the entire story. The truth would, no doubt, dumbfound us all. The real story of systemic abuse and depravity will be buried. You can count on that.
I don´t know about other readers here, but in my 65 years I have never once known a rapist or pedophile. Never. Not a one. And yet Hillary is besties with Bill, Carlos Danger, Epstein, Harvey and Podesta perhaps? What does that tell us? Everything. This is no coincidence.
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