More NY political upheaval coming out of Allison Mack testimony

Sorry, went down a rabbit hole chasing some information that I could not stand up this morning and that’s why this post is late.

However, trust me on this, the Eric Schneiderman resignation will not be the last NYC-based resignation coming out of actress Allison Mack’s NXIVM probe as she sings like bird.

As Rudy Giuliani re-emerges on the Trump team, the body count of alleged corrupt politicians and law enforcement officials will begin to mount. These resignations will not be #MeToo in nature, but crimes even more heinous, along the lines of Mack’s human trafficking.

If I had to make an educated guess where these resignations or public outings will come from it would be the Federal Attorney’s office in Manhattan and possible Brooklyn.

Both Preet Bharara and Loretta Lynch formerly held the top positions in these offices and might have some information on why certain people were not charged with certain crimes for certain reasons. Hopefully that’s as clear as mud, but be certain people will have to answer for their actions.

I’ll leave it here for now, but will link to it when the story breaks in most likely the next week.

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Oscar show narrowcasts to both coasts

I have to say, I could not watch much of the Oscar’s last night.

Just like previous recent shows the broadcast was the celebration of thought, which generally only resonate in US coastal enclaves on both coasts re: New York, Washington, San Francisco and Los Angeles, but excludes much of the rest of the country. Continue reading

Markets will have to sustain another scary revelation

While the stock market is reacting to dollar strength on Tuesday, there will be another force hitting the economy later this year.

You are beginning to see this force in the large numbers of resignations in business and politics. Continue reading

MeToo movement shows wolves are on the left as well

We are almost two months since the Harvey Weinstein revelations of sexual harassment came to light with the #MeToo movement.

The speed and scope of the movement is amazing with more than a hundred men in politics, media and Hollywood have been outed and suffering for their sins. Continue reading