By Eric Striker
They’re prominent guests on Fox, they lead “grassroots” rallies, they write columns at The Blaze, they are keynote speakers at CPAC, a few were even used to blackmail perceived enemies of Israeli interests — and they all got their start as actors and models at the same Israeli-owned talent agency.
These up and coming conservative superstars appear to have had or currently still have active profiles up at shadowy Israeli-born pornographer Ami Shafrir’s Explore Talent, National Justice can report.
So far, National Justice has identified the following household names in the world of Republican Party politics as being actors or models featured for hire on the site in the last ten years:
1) Candace Owens — who began producing professional conservative content months after launching her Explore Talent profile in 2017.
2) Congresswoman Lauren Boebert — participated in the site’s gallery contest in 2011, two years before opening up the “Shooters Grill” restaurant that brought her national fame and helped catapult her political career.
3) Tomi Lahren — a familiar face throughout conservative media. She has previously worked at The Blaze and served on Donald Trump’s PAC alongside Rudy Giuliani. She currently works as a contributor for Fox News.
5) Scott Presler — a homosexual conservative influencer, often spotted leading rallies in the run up to Trump’s election. Presler spoke at CPAC 2020.
7) Anna Khait and Tarah Price — Two women hired by private intelligence operatives to seduce and blackmail National Security Adviser Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster after Jewish mega donors Sheldon Adelson and Robert Mercer complained to Trump that he wasn’t sufficiently pro-Israel.
Raunchy Central Casting
One common theme in the modeling profiles above is the low quality and hyper sexual nature of the pictures. National Justice consulted with an expert in photography, who described the images as looking more like what would be featured on an escort site than people trying to get movie roles.
Below are the watermarked photographs used in the portfolios of Presler, Boebert, and Carone.
The Man Behind Explore Talents
Explore Talents is registered under the name of Amiram Moshe Shafrir, an Israeli businessman who — alongside his ex-wife Sarit — has never been far from trouble.
Shafrir made his fortune in the 1990s through Amtec Audiotext, a highly lucrative phone sex service that Israeli criminals battled for ownership of until the FBI intervened on Ami’s behalf. Shafrir and his wife also ran pornography websites such as the defunct DreamFaktory.com, according to court documents obtained by National Justice.
Using money from his phone sex and porn sites, Shafrir was able to help start a number of online dating websites, including the Jews only J-Date, which Rabbi Schmuley Boteach would later claim defrauded him out of money in a bad business venture. According to the New York Times, users of affiliated porn sites were being wired into the dating sites to beef up their user numbers.
Throughout the arduous legal process, public records show that the dispute between various Israelis led to lawsuits accusing the Shafrir’s of being involved in illegal wiretapping, the use of bribed police officers, and even the alleged collection of blackmail material on American military officials who were secretly homosexual by Sarit Shafrir that she later transported back to Israel. Ties to organized crime, ripping off credit card customers, and even the trafficking of expired drugs to be sold to minorities were also alleged in court.
Eventually, Shafrir was able to survive the chaos and created Explore Talent, which itself is often accused of being a scam in the movie and television industry.
The relationship between Shafrir and the Republican Party is not clear, but it is clear that the conservative movement recruits women through his service.
All in all, the overnight transition of women from low-rent “models” on Explore Talent to congresswomen, high-risk spies, and nationally renown political personalities leaves more questions than answers.
The most innocent explanation — that GOP operatives are actively recruiting women who are broke and desperate for fame — speaks volumes about the state of American conservatism.