VT: The accusations made against Trump that insiders knew about, rape and beating of children and dozens, maybe hundreds of physical assaults, punching beating women in clubs and restaurants all over New York…
These things were always known but kept down by the press as long as Trump was laundering cash, first through Roy Cohn for the Gambino family (who helped build Trump Tower) and later for the Russian mob who partnered with Trump on Trump Soho and many if not most of his casinos and golf courses.
The stories were all the same, Trump would be waiting outside the ladies room at a Manhattan club, an attractive woman would come out, Trump would grab her “pussy” and if she screamed or fought back, he would slam her into a wall and punch her in the face.
A New York mobster, Jewish, owner of a very large and very famous cosmetic company, asked “the commission” for permission to have Trump killed when he tried to rape, according to witnesses, a valued mistress who was domiciled in Trump Tower.
Then today, Trump went on the Sean Spicer show on Newsmax. Spicer is still angry for being fired from his honorary Trump appointment to oversee Annapolis despite his history of personal honor violations. From Raw Story:
this guy's 2024 campaign is going to be so bleak pic.twitter.com/hH6PYZtNBi
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) September 14, 2021
Former President Donald Trump made several dark and ominous statements during a Tuesday appearance on Sean Spicer’s Newsmax show.
Trump argued “our country has gone really downhill in the last eight months like nobody’s ever seen before.”
He then predicted that America would end within the next three years.
“And you go to these elections coming up in ’22 and ’24 — we’re not going to have a country left. The election was rigged and we’re not going to have a country left in three years, I’ll tell you that,” Trump falsely claimed, repeating his debunked “Big Lie” about election fraud.
After Trump’s prediction of the end of the country, Spicer — the former Trump press secretary who infamously lied about the turnout at Trump’s inauguration — sought to bring the interview to an end.
“You’ve been very generous with your time, thank you for that,” Spicer said.
VT: We might add, Spicer joined the Navy Reserve in 1999 while working as a congressional staffer. However, in his 22 years in the Navy, Spicer has never been deployed and, during the entire war on terror, never saw active duty.