[ASI] Now It's Sex-Gate

November 13th, 2017 at 11:24 am EDT
Cliff Kincaid
America's Survival, Inc.

Dear Friend of America’s Survival:

My column, “Trump is the Next Target After Roy Moore,” argues that the accusations against Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore are a trial run for another sex scandal against President Trump.

  • The media playbook consists of reporting damaging charges against a conservative figure and then getting members of the conservative and GOP establishments to pile on. If it works against Moore this time, you have to know they will be used once again, with brand new accusers, against Trump.

Do you really think the dating habits of Roy Moore when he was in his 30s are an important public policy issue? The liberals at the Post are laughing themselves silly over this. If this succeeds, they’ve got another sex scandal in the works against Trump.

One observer said this:

If the Russia collusion hoax doesn´t work, the Deep State is going to try again to take the President down with another sex scandal. This accusation by the Washington Post against Judge Moore is a test. 

A major journalistic tool at the Post

My column points out:

The Washington Post, the source of the charges, is not only dishonest but downright weird. Perhaps you haven’t heard about longtime Post “journalist” Sally Quinn, a true Washington insider, admitting her belief in the occult, including casting spells on her enemies, reading Tarot cards, and using Ouija Boards, in her new book Finding Magic. All of this came out after she posed as an objective writer about religion for the paper. Quinn was married to longtime Post executive editor Ben Bradlee and did a lot of entertaining for members of the Washington establishment elite, even writing a book on how to throw parties. Perhaps they conducted “channeling” sessions with occult forces and consulted astrological charts. This, at least, might help to explain the corruption in the nation’s capital.

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Cliff Kincaid, President




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