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Jerry Falwell Jr. a Pool Boy, Michael Cohen, Donald Trump and a six pack of beer

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2 hours ago, begooode said:

As unpopular as trump and the current republican leadership is, It would have been leaked earlier, imo.  Certainly there are instances of corrupt leverage like with Falwell, but it’s not a wholesale situation with the party of Trump, imo.

There's gotta be dirt on Mitch McConnell

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57 minutes ago, patsplat said:

There's gotta be dirt on Mitch McConnell

Dirt is only useful if people have the moral character to reject those it might affect. The people that support these clowns have none. 

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18 minutes ago, Bink said:

Dirt is only useful if people have the moral character to reject those it might affect. The people that support these clowns have none. 

Dirt is most effective on these clowns, because all they care about is electability.

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1 hour ago, patsplat said:

There's gotta be dirt on Mitch McConnell

https://www.newsweek.com/company-russian-oligarch-millions-aluminum-plant-mitch-mcconnell-1397061

 

McConnell was among the advocates for lifting sanctions on Rusal, arguing that the deal with Treasury would maintain pressure on Deripaska personally without disrupting global aluminum supplies.

 

 

Rusal, the aluminum company partially owned by Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska, announced plans to invest around $200 million to build a new aluminum plant in Kentucky just months after the Trump administration removed it from the U.S. sanctions list.

The new aluminum plant, slated to be built in the home state of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, will be the biggest new aluminum plant constructed in the U.S. in decades. Rusal will have a 40 percent stake in the facility.

 

 

 

 

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https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2019/09/09/jerry-falwell-liberty-university-loans-227914

 

Over the past year, Falwell, a prominent evangelical leader and supporter of President Donald Trump, has come under increasing scrutiny. News outlets have reported on business deals by Liberty University benefiting Falwell’s friends. Trump’s former personal attorney Michael Cohen claimed that he had helped Falwell clean up racy “personal” photographs.

 

Based on scores of new interviews and documents obtained for this article, concerns about Falwell’s behavior go well beyond that—and it’s causing longtime, loyal Liberty University officials to rapidly lose faith in him. 

 

More than two dozen current and former high-ranking Liberty University officials and close associates of Falwell spoke to me or provided documents for this article, opening up—for the first time at an institution so intimately associated with the Falwell family—about what they’ve experienced and why they don’t think he’s the right man to lead Liberty University or serve as a figurehead in the Christian conservative movement.

 

In interviews over the past eight months, they depicted how Falwell and his wife, Becki, consolidated power at Liberty University and how Falwell presides over a culture of self-dealing, directing university resources into projects and real estate deals in which his friends and family have stood to make personal financial gains. Among the previously unreported revelations are Falwell’s decision to hire his son Trey’s company to manage a shopping center owned by the university, Falwell’s advocacy for loans given by the university to his friends, and Falwell’s awarding university contracts to businesses owned by his friends.

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