Sunday, May 21, 2017

Kim Dotcom To Address Seth Rich's Death On Tuesday

This should be a bad news week for the president. Every time an old scandal re-emerges for the Dems, a flurry of anonymous leaks rain down on the news media. Coincidentally, these leaks all seem to paint the president in a negative light. Almost as if an invisible hand were at play. If I was not reflexively dismissive of conspiracies...

The following video is the best summary of the Seth Rich saga. His family is odd, to say the least. I have known grown people with Disney fetishes but...please don't get bogged down in the sideshow his family brings to the story.


The Seth Rich murder is not the only story in the news that could ultimately result in a Trump diversion leak. The DNC is facing two possible class action suits, neither of which would paint the donkeys in splashy colors. The first is from Bernie Sanders donors who are rightfully claiming fraud because Wasserman -Schultz and others stacked the deck against their candidate.

Oh, and by the way, the lawyers for the plaintiffs are perplexed at the media blackout. Given the wholesale collusion between Hillary and her pals in the fourth estate, one can understand why they don't care to discuss the litigation. It could get embarrassing if self-proclaimed unbiased journalists are called as witnesses and are asked pointed questions about the assistance they gave to Clinton at Sanders' expense.

In the suit, Wilding v. DNC, the Sanders supporters and their attorneys claim Schultz and the Democratic National Committee defrauded them out of their money by pledging to be neutral when in fact the committee was working, from early on, to help Hillary Clinton — and only Hillary Clinton. They accuse them of “intentional, willful, wanton and malicious” conduct.
They also accuse the DNC and its chairwoman, Wasserman Schultz, of negligent misrepresentation, violation of a local District of Columbia law, unjust enrichment, breach of fiduciary duty, and negligence for failing “to use and exercise reasonable and due care in obtaining, retaining and securing the personal and financial information provided to them” by people who donated to the committee.
 That is not the only embarrassing lawsuit The Democrat Party faces. Field workers are suing to collect overtime pay
The Democratic National Committee and former DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz are currently facing a class action lawsuit filed on behalf of Bernie Sanders supporters in federal court for rigging the Democratic primaries in favor of Hillary Clinton. On May 12, CBS reported another class action lawsuit was filed against the DNC for stiffing dozens of field organizers all over the country for overtime work during the 2016 election while the DNC gave out $1 million in bonuses, including more than $300,000 to Democratic National Convention Host Committee Executive Director Kevin Washo. The lawsuit was filed by Justin Swidler of Cherry Hill, N.J. on behalf of 40 to 50 field organizers against the DNC, Pennsylvania state Democrats, and five other state Democratic Parties. “These workers were out there in a campaign that was promising $15 an hour minimum wage and expanding the overtime rights of workers,” Swidler told CBS. He added the lawsuit seeks “fair pay for fair work” and to hold the Democratic Party accountable to the ideals it markets itself with.
Chair of the Democratic National Convention Host Committee and former Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell alleged that the Democratic National Convention was separate from the operations noted in the lawsuit. Many of the plaintiffs in the class action lawsuit worked 80 to 90 hours a week for Hillary Clinton’s campaign and were compensated only $3,000 a month.
 Here is H. A. Goodman's take on the corrupt DNC. BTW, I have nothing but praise for Goodman. He is a Sanders supporter but his integrity is unassailable. Hey Diogenes, shine that light on Goodman. He posts two or three videos a day and every one of them is worth viewing. Check him out regularly. And please sign his petition. I did.

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