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Four Bombshells Revealed in
Peter Schweizer’s ‘Profiles in Corruption’

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Posted By: tisHimself, 1/23/2020 5:58:56 AM

Breitbart News senior contributor and Government Accountability Institute (GAI) President Peter Schweizer’s latest investigative work, Profiles in Corruption: Abuse of Power by America’s Progressive Elite, contains a trove of egregious findings detailing the backgrounds and connections of a number of progressive leaders, including presidential hopefuls Joe Biden (D) and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), both of whom have yet to address the reports.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: worried 1/23/2020 6:17:54 AM (No. 295782)
Joe Biden corrupt? Lizzie Warren corrupt? Harris, Klobuchar et al corrupt? Whodda thunk it?
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Deety 1/23/2020 6:22:09 AM (No. 295784)
The only reason so many top Democrats are not behind bars right now is the violent counterattack that would be unleashed by their Praetorian Media Guards. This dangerous situation - nullification of the Rule of Law via corrupt, fake "news" agents - cannot survive 2020.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: F15 Gork 1/23/2020 6:34:46 AM (No. 295789)
Preaching to the choir - the folks who should read this never will.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: privateer 1/23/2020 6:58:04 AM (No. 295801)
If 'bombshell' was not voted the most overused word of 2019, certainly it should be this year. And when applied to demorat corruption---and especially to any hopes of condign punishment thereto--- 'bombshell' translates to 'dust mite flatus'.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: janjan 1/23/2020 7:48:10 AM (No. 295832)
#3 and #4 - True that but Schweizer has provided some valuable oppo research for the Trump campaign and you may be assured it will be used.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: bubby 1/23/2020 8:13:24 AM (No. 295850)
#3 even if the folks not in the choir read it they wouldn't believe a word of it such is their twisted leftist ideology! #4 The only real "bombshell" in 2020 will be the indictment, conviction and lengthy jail sentences for those involved in the coup d'etat to remove President Trump. I'm not really expecting any bombshells this year. AG Barr and Durham appear to be in save the status quo mode.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Paperpuncher 1/23/2020 8:32:44 AM (No. 295875)
Nothing new here. We all know the depth of corruption in the rat party. I do not expect anything will be done about it.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: ARKfamily 1/23/2020 9:17:54 AM (No. 295918)
I am tired of people working in government positions that think American taxpayers should just keep footing the bill no matter what it costs. Look at socialist Bernie Sanders and AOC's attitude that everyone should get free stuff. Who will pay for that? The American taxpayers. It just seems like people who become employed in government position now think they are pampered putty-tats and as time goes on, they become fat cats. Of course, the American worker just has to accept it. Of course, according to some of Bernie Sander's volunteers, Republicans need to be "re-educated" on our thinking. How is that for co-existing and keeping the peace? Why don't we take a look at some of the salaries these government people are making. Start with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. . .
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Reply 9 - Posted by: fayebeck 1/23/2020 10:07:45 AM (No. 295970)
His book on the Clinton Clan sure did a lot of good. #3 and 4 are 100 percent correct.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Highlander 1/23/2020 10:33:59 AM (No. 296002)
One time, I had to open a water meter box to shut the valve off for plumbing repairs. In doing so, I exposed a swarming nest of cockroaches who scurried for cover. There is just once difference between those roaches and democrats: the corrupt Dems will say, “Hey! Put the lid back on and don’t bother us!”
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Reply 11 - Posted by: Ida Lou Pino 1/23/2020 11:56:57 AM (No. 296108)
FTA: "contains a trove of egregious findings detailing the backgrounds and connections of a number of progressive leaders, including presidential hopefuls Joe Biden (D) and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), both of whom have yet to address the reports." Yet to address the reports? OK - - I'll write it for them - - - - - "Just another totally debunked extremist right-wing conspiracy theory - - designed to help Trump steal the 2020 election." There - - now you don't have to wait for Creepy Joe and Fauxcahontas to reply.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: The Remnants 1/23/2020 2:01:40 PM (No. 296248)
Back in 1988, it was considered a real bombshell when a picture appeared of a young woman sitting on Presidential candidate Gary Hart's lap. (The young woman was not his wife.) That picture, and the chatter it caused in the media, was enough to make Hart pull himself out of the Presidential race. No ifs, ands, or buts about it. This was a scandal. Now in 2020, Peter Schweizer's book, "Profiles in Corruption", reports that several members of the Biden family, having no particular expertise, benefited mightily from their government connections. (Schweizer always backs up his reporting with facts, public records, documents, etc) So how does the present-day media react? No shock, No scandal, No bombshell. In fact, we can read here that Biden is still at the top of the list of 2020 Presidential candidates. What's changed? Lots of things, but journalism has really changed so much in those thirty years.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: marbles 1/23/2020 4:46:43 PM (No. 296458)
O.K. I'll ask.........sushil tayagi, what ethnicity is that name?
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Petronius 1/23/2020 7:12:30 PM (No. 296602)
@ #13 I believe he is Indian.
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