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Everything you need to know about the allegations against Matt Gaetz and his associates
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Everything you need to know about the allegations against Matt Gaetz and his associates

Editors note: It’s not entirely clear though it appears that The Times has a bombshell story that implicates Matt Gaetz in a sex scandal that may include more. The DOJ is investigating amid claims there were multiple women. This story contains elements of potentially criminal activities. WHAT IS KNOWN: According to the initial part of the New York Times story, Matt Gaetz and at least one of his associates paid multiple women for sex using apps like Cash App and Apple Pay. That allegation in itself has sent social media into a frenzy considering Gaetz is a congressman. The DOJ investigation is reportedly focusing on whether or not campaign funds were used during any of these transactions. The same investigation is also pursuing a claim that does involve an underage girl. ...
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Cuomo has been accused of sexual harassment by yet another former aide: Reports

At this point Andrew Cuomo should just be escorted out of New York and into questioning like any other person who would've been accused of sexual harassment. Cuomo per the New York Times has now been accused of sexual harassment by another woman who has been identified as Charlotte Bennett. Bennett admitted to the Times that Cuomo had previously harassed her with nasty questions and admitted to being into women in their 20's. “Ms. Bennett was a hardworking and valued member of our team during COVID. She has every right to speak out.” reads a statement per the same report from the New York Times. “When she came to me and opened up about being a sexual assault survivor and how it shaped her and her ongoing efforts to create an organization that empowered her voice to help othe...
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A New York Times staffer is under fire for alleged use of racial remarks

Just last week it was one thing this week it is something entirely different at the New York Times. According to a letter circulating, more than 150 staffers have written to Dean Baquet demanding a full investigation into Donald Mcneil Jr. READ THE FULL CLAIMS in the DAILY BEAST. According to the letter, staffers say Mcneil has a colorful history of spouting off racist remarks; undertones about Black teenagers, and generally every type of nasty stereotype one would imagine. Allot of the complaints appear to involve a 2019 Times-sponsored trip to Peru which saw Mcneil leading the pack at the time. Of course the Times did not actually fire Mcneil at the time claiming that although they knew what he said he said it without malicious intent. On Wednesday e-mails went out by top...
Joe Biden; Lauren Wolfe, and the Sudden Conservative Anger  popping up everywhere
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Joe Biden; Lauren Wolfe, and the Sudden Conservative Anger popping up everywhere

With the inauguration of Joe Biden came the idea that conservatives suddenly can use their anger as a prop against anyone and anything that they don't like. Anger fueled by right-wing conspiracy theories; hate, and the unfounded belief that Joe Biden somehow managed to steal the election. Conservative anger seems to be the new American tool being used to fire people. This week alone people have also been let go from places like Fox News amid conservative anger that their anchors just aren't right-wing enough. Over the weekend, a popular American journalist by the name of Lauren Wolfe was fired abruptly after tweeting that she alike many others had "chills" over Biden 's inauguration. It must be understood that the tweet contained no mention of anything else other than "chills." ...
2020 U.S Elections

Traitor U.S Senator Josh Hawley loses book deal, fumes on Twitter

, Editors note: This coverage along with the rest of the coverage of the Capitol riots is something we intend to continue to cover. Capitol riot promoter Josh Hawley has found that there are consequences for inciting violence against the United States Government. According to the New York Times, Senator Hawley has now lost his book deal for what was supposed to be The Tyranny of Big Tech. The Times reports that publisher Simon & Schuster appears to have some guts and decided to pull the plug because they didn’t want the association. Via New York Times. "As a publisher it will always be our mission to amplify a variety of voices and viewpoints: At the same time we take seriously our larger public responsibility as citizens, and cannot support Senator Hawley after his role ...
Meet Aaron Carr, landlords’ worst nightmare come to life
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Meet Aaron Carr, landlords’ worst nightmare come to life

In New York -- landlords are all but able to tell the truth about their complexes.    With lax enforcement by officials,  landlords, have long gotten away with some of the most scandalous acts in any one singular rental landscape.    In New York City alone, the struggle to find affordable housing, is indeed a growing problem. That's where Aaron Carr, 30, and his initiative comes into play.   For starters,  when landlords want renovate their properties (presumably to be able to charge more) they're actually supposed to legally alert the Department of Buildings and such with the city.  But, today, a new report from Carr and his initiative is expected -- and in it  is the exact opposite at the hands of landlords. Got a story about  rent stabilization in NYC?  Landlords doing wrong?    E...
Report:  Rosenstein reportedly tried to oust President Trump
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Report: Rosenstein reportedly tried to oust President Trump

The New York Times is out with a damning report, and, we're pretty sure  the world just found out who wrote that anonymous report in the Times earlier this month.    In the new report, The Times, claims that Rosenstein tried to turn the Department of Justice against Trump -- in a move that would have previously invoked the 25th amendment. Interestingly, within hours of the report, Rosenstein wasted no time in releasing a statement. In a subsequent statement delivered to the Times, he,  had this to say regarding claims he tried the ultimate act of political betrayal. “I will not further comment on a story based on anonymous sources who are obviously biased against the department and are advancing their own personal agenda."  reads the statement. The Times alleges that Rosenstein or...
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