For the entire duration of the Trump-Russia crime spree, the people who spoke out hardest – and paid the worst price – have been women. That trend continued this week with the testimony of national security advisor Fiona Hill, who reconfirmed what Gaslit Nation already knew (that Putin had been interested in Trump for ages) and paid the price with death threats. Hill follows a long list of female federal employees who exposed criminality in this administration and then were threatened or punished, including Lisa Page, Marie Yovanovitch, Reality Winner, and Natalie Mayflower Edwards.
Speaking of brave women who get death threats, this week we discuss Devin Nunes’ pathetic attempt to intimidate Alexandra Chalupa – the whistleblower on Paul Manafort who is also Andrea’s sister – by including her on a proposed witness list for Congress. Alexandra is super excited by this invite and can’t wait to share the truth about this transnational crime syndicate masquerading as a government. Good luck with that, GOP!
We then discuss the grotesque juxtaposition between the whistleblower’s silence and the cowardly and craven “tell-alls” by Trump officials, in particular “Anonymous” and warmonger John Bolton. We wonder if the publishing industry and its lawyers are functioning as a form of NDA for these depraved careerists, who won’t speak out when it matters (or under their own name) but are content to gossip for profit.
We conclude by discussing yet another woman under fire – Elizabeth Warren, who is being criticized by rich people in NYC and DC for being “angry” and “antagonistic” and making billionaires cry. We remind everyone that anger on behalf of others is a form of compassion and encourage Warren and the other candidates to keep speaking out against injustice and inequality.
This week’s bonus episode is the second half of our Jeffrey Epstein special, available to listeners at the Truth-Teller level or higher. We discuss the world’s most famous pedophile sex trafficker, the circle of political and media elites who protected him for decades, his ties to various intelligence agencies and mobsters, the mysterious way he made his fortune, the grotesque injustice his victims endure in light of his “suicide”, what we think really happened in his prison cell, why the media is now burying the Epstein story again, and more.
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