By Chris Black
I just want to clear things up from the beginning: as I already told you on December 15th, Donald Trump will not be a two-terms president, unfortunately.
Stop getting high on hope-porn and smell the coffee. Anybody who is telling you otherwise is lying to you and/or is grifting. And there are many grifters out there, making money on other people’s misery.
With that issue out of the way, this is the pardoning time of the year, and President Trump exercised his right to clemency recently. What were his picks? What perceived injustices he pardoned via executive power?
Let’s take a few examples that made my blood boil: one of the first individuals pardoned was general Michael Flynn, a DC dweller (swamp creature basically, he now works for a pro-Israel lobby) who was accused by the Democrats and their mass-media Behemoth of collaborating with Russia. Truth be told, Flynn cooperated with a request coming from Israel, but the media and the Congress do not see this as wrongdoing.
—December 21, 2016: The government of Egypt submits a resolution to the UN Security Council on the issue of Israeli settlements. A vote is planned for the next day.
December 22, 2016: A “very senior member” of the presidential transition team directs Flynn to contact officials with several foreign governments, including Russia, about the resolution. According to court papers, the transition official — identified to The Associated Press by a former transition team official as Jared Kushner — tells Flynn to see what the governments’ positions were on the resolution and to try to get them to delay the vote on the resolution or defeat it. Flynn then calls Sergey Kislyak, Russia’s ambassador to the US, and asks him to have Russia vote against or delay the resolution.
Never mind, this is a taboo subject, nothing to see here, right?
However, this was hardly a controversial pardon, compared to Ivanka’s father-in-law Charles Kushner (nepotism, anyone?). Charles Kushner is Jared Kushner’s crooked real estate mogul father, like doh, and he was convicted back in 2005 to 2 years in federal prison. Charles Kushner pleaded guilty to eighteen counts, including making illegal campaign contributions to the Democratic Party (shocking, I know) and tax evasion. He did much worse than that, believe me.
It’s interesting that 5 of President Trump’s 24 presidential pardons, including Charles Kushner, were granted at the behest of the Aleph Institute, controlled by Chabad-Lubavitch, a jewish orthodox group. Another beneficiary of Trump’s clemency via Aleph Institute is Philip Esformes, a big-time jewish crook sentenced to 20 years in jail for swindling over $1 billion in taxpayer money (Medicare fraud).
Prior to Trump releasing Philip Esformes from jail, his family made a big donation to the Aleph Institute. Interestingly enough, high-profile lawyer Alan Dershowitz, who fought to keep Jeffrey Epstein out of prison, helped secure Esformes’ release, as well as Jared Kushner.
President Kushner's Pardon of the Day: Philip Esformes ripped off Medicare (YOU) for $1.3 billion – to pay for escorts, a million+ dollar Ferrari and a bribe to get his son into the U of PA.
But he donated to Chabad-Lubavitch, favored by Jared Kushner. t.co/ZW4lXon09w
— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) December 26, 2020
Philip Esformes’ father, Rabbi Morris Esformes, is a huge supporter of Chabad and has his name on multiple buildings:
Here’s more about Dershowitz:
Dershowitz also fought to secure the release of Israeli spy and U.S. traitor Jonathan Pollard, who was pardoned by Obama and recently had the terms of his parole lifted by the Trump administration to allow him to flee to Israel.
Additionally, Dershowitz pushed for Trump to pardon Israeli drug smuggler Ronen Nahmani, which Trump did in August 2019.
If you believe Esformes was the only Aleph Institute darling, think again: Trump also pardoned Mark Shapiro and Irving Stitsky, two crooks who tried to raise 25 million dollars in a fake development project and shafted 250 investors, and another Medicare fraudster, Daniela Gozes-Wagner (check out the “early life” section).
“Mark Shapiro is a career con-man who stole millions of dollars from hundreds of investors by selling worthless interests in a bogus investment offering,” Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara said after Shapiro and Stitsky were sentenced in 2010.
Funny enough, there was a third defendant who was convicted in the Shapiro and Stitsky’s scam operation, a guy named William B. Foster, but since he was not a “chosenite”, he was not pardoned by Trump.
On a grim side of the news, Trump also pardoned war criminals, four Blackwater mercenaries respectively, who were convicted for orchestrating the Nisour Square massacre in 2007, where 12 Iraqi civilians including 2 children, were shot, as the “contract killers” were firing from a helicopter into a crowded square in Baghdad.
Speaking of nepotism, Trump is very friendly with Erik Prince, Blackwater founder and former boss, and take a load of this: Erik Prince’ sister is Betsi DeVos, Trump’s Education Secretary, and also close to Trump.
So far, Trump failed to issue pardons for patriots like Edward Snowden, or real journalists like Julian Assange who is being tortured in jail at the behest of ZOG. Let’s hope The Donald has both the fortitude and wisdom to take that step in his last days in office.