This is what Trump is trying to divert attention from

Amused

Village Elder
#1
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Jeffrey Epstein (left) with Donald Trump at the current president's Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida in 1997

US financier Jeffrey Epstein must remain in jail while awaiting his child sex trafficking trial, a federal judge in New York has ruled.

Judge Richard Berman rejected Epstein's request to be under house arrest, saying he posed a flight risk.

His defence team had proposed a multimillion dollar bail package.

The financier has pleaded not guilty to sex trafficking and conspiracy charges. He once counted Bill Clinton and Donald Trump among his friends.

Who is Jeffrey Epstein?Jeffrey Epstein: What are his friends saying?

Epstein, 66, avoided similar charges in a controversial secret plea deal in 2008, and instead pleaded guilty to a lesser charge.

Last week, US Labour Secretary Alex Acosta resigned amid growing criticism of his role in the plea deal.

Mr Acosta was then the US attorney in Miami and oversaw the non-prosecution deal with Epstein, which allowed the financier to serve 13 months in jail - with much of that time spent on work release at his Palm Beach office.

The deal has come under increasing scrutiny with the new charges against Epstein.

What are the new charges?

Epstein was arrested on 6 July and later charged with sex trafficking and conspiracy.

According to an indictment, the financier paid girls under the age of 18 to perform sex acts at his Manhattan and Florida mansions between 2002 and 2005.

Prosecutors also accuse him of paying large amounts of money to two people who could be potential witnesses during the forthcoming trial.

Epstein has pleaded not guilty to all the charges.

If convicted, he faces up to 45 years in prison.

Who is Jeffrey Epstein?

New York-born Epstein worked as a teacher before moving into finance.

Prior to the criminal cases against him, he was best known for his wealth and high-profile connections.

He has long been surrounded by the rich and powerful, including President Trump, former President Bill Clinton and the UK's Prince Andrew.

In a 2002 profile in New York Magazine, Mr Trump referred to Epstein as a "terrific guy".

"He's a lot of fun to be with," he said. "It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side."

However, Mr Trump has said the pair fell out "12 or 15 years ago" and reiterated on Friday that he was "not a fan of Jeffrey Epstein".

Reports of Epstein's current wealth vary, with his Virgin Islands-based firm generating no public records.



US financier Jeffrey Epstein must remain in jail while awaiting his child sex trafficking trial, a federal judge in New York has ruled.

Judge Richard Berman rejected Epstein's request to be under house arrest, saying he posed a flight risk.

His defence team had proposed a multimillion dollar bail package.

The financier has pleaded not guilty to sex trafficking and conspiracy charges. He once counted Bill Clinton and Donald Trump among his friends.

Epstein, 66, avoided similar charges in a controversial secret plea deal in 2008, and instead pleaded guilty to a lesser charge.

Last week, US Labour Secretary Alex Acosta resigned amid growing criticism of his role in the plea deal.

Mr Acosta was then the US attorney in Miami and oversaw the non-prosecution deal with Epstein, which allowed the financier to serve 13 months in jail - with much of that time spent on work release at his Palm Beach office.

The deal has come under increasing scrutiny with the new charges against Epstein.

What are the new charges?
Epstein was arrested on 6 July and later charged with sex trafficking and conspiracy.

According to an indictment, the financier paid girls under the age of 18 to perform sex acts at his Manhattan and Florida mansions between 2002 and 2005.

Prosecutors also accuse him of paying large amounts of money to two people who could be potential witnesses during the forthcoming trial.

Epstein has pleaded not guilty to all the charges.

If convicted, he faces up to 45 years in prison.

Who is Jeffrey Epstein?
New York-born Epstein worked as a teacher before moving into finance.

Prior to the criminal cases against him, he was best known for his wealth and high-profile connections.

He has long been surrounded by the rich and powerful, including President Trump, former President Bill Clinton and the UK's Prince Andrew.

In a 2002 profile in New York Magazine, Mr Trump referred to Epstein as a "terrific guy".

"He's a lot of fun to be with," he said. "It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side."

Epstein (left) with Donald Trump at the current president's Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida in 1997
However, Mr Trump has said the pair fell out "12 or 15 years ago" and reiterated on Friday that he was "not a fan of Jeffrey Epstein".

Reports of Epstein's current wealth vary, with his Virgin Islands-based firm generating no public records.
 

Amused

Village Elder
#2
Omar had offended Jewish members of the caucus with comments about Israel that were legitimately insensitive, but not exactly a national crisis. When House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) surprised her caucus by telling them they would be voting on a resolution that condemned Omar by name, uproar ensued. Why were Democrats singling out one of their own over some stray tweets when the president was putting brown children in cages, ranting about immigrants from “shithole countries” and standing up for the “fine people” who marched with Nazis in Charlottesville? Was the man running the executive branch of the most powerful nation on earth the problem, or a random House freshman?

Democrats eventually split the baby, voting to condemn anti-Semitism and Islamophobia (phew!) ― but Pelosi had exposed a weak spot. Seeing the caucus divided over Omar, Trump attacked. She was deluged with death threats, and Democrats didn’t know what to do.

Somehow neither Pelosi nor her caucus learned anything from this debacle. They’re still complaining about Omar, and whining to the press about how they don’t really want to have to vote against the awful things the most powerful man on the planet does.
 

Kigui

Village Elder
#4
Omar had offended Jewish members of the caucus with comments about Israel that were legitimately insensitive, but not exactly a national crisis. When House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) surprised her caucus by telling them they would be voting on a resolution that condemned Omar by name, uproar ensued. Why were Democrats singling out one of their own over some stray tweets when the president was putting brown children in cages, ranting about immigrants from “shithole countries” and standing up for the “fine people” who marched with Nazis in Charlottesville? Was the man running the executive branch of the most powerful nation on earth the problem, or a random House freshman?

Democrats eventually split the baby, voting to condemn anti-Semitism and Islamophobia (phew!) ― but Pelosi had exposed a weak spot. Seeing the caucus divided over Omar, Trump attacked. She was deluged with death threats, and Democrats didn’t know what to do.

Somehow neither Pelosi nor her caucus learned anything from this debacle. They’re still complaining about Omar, and whining to the press about how they don’t really want to have to vote against the awful things the most powerful man on the planet does.
I'm not American, but I think Nancy is not a wise leader. The debate now should be about policy and not "the pack". Drumpf is doing what empty debes do best, avoid discussing issues, discuss personalies!
 
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Amused

Village Elder
#5
I'm not American, but I don't think Nancy is not a wise leader. The debate now should be about policy and not "the pack". Drumpf is doing what empty debes do best, avoid discussing issues, discuss personalies!
Exactly. Get people focused on Ilhan and remove the attention from their - Epstein and Trump's - pedophile investigations. Nancy has lost the steam she had when she started.
 

Kigui

Village Elder
#6
Exactly. Get people focused on Ilhan and remove the attention from their - Epstein and Trump's - pedophile investigations. Nancy has lost the steam she had when she started.
BTW, why do the evangelicals defend this scumbag? Drumpf doesn't go to church, never contributed to their issues in life. That @$$hole was even pro abortionist.

(Disclaimer: I'm liberal)
 

Bottoms

Village Elder
#8
Happened to be watching one evangelical TV station and I heard how they were saying that " we should pray for God anointed leader trumf .never in our history of the country have we seen a president attacked by devil like this president. Let's fast and pray for him .." hapo ndio subscription ya hiyo channel iliisha na Comcast
 

Kigui

Village Elder
#9
Happened to be watching one evangelical TV station and I heard how they were saying that " we should pray for God anointed leader trumf .never in our history of the country have we seen a president attacked by devil like this president. Let's fast and pray for him .." hapo ndio subscription ya hiyo channel iliisha na Comcast
How can any black person support this openly racist guy. He is on record saying we black people are lazy.
 

ndume

Village Elder
#12
Exactly. Get people focused on Ilhan and remove the attention from their - Epstein and Trump's - pedophile investigations. Nancy has lost the steam she had when she started.
Stop your hysteria, remember your russia cullusion for two years, how did it go?
 

Mjuaji

Village Sponsor
#17
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Jeffrey Epstein (left) with Donald Trump at the current president's Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida in 1997

US financier Jeffrey Epstein must remain in jail while awaiting his child sex trafficking trial, a federal judge in New York has ruled.

Judge Richard Berman rejected Epstein's request to be under house arrest, saying he posed a flight risk.

His defence team had proposed a multimillion dollar bail package.

The financier has pleaded not guilty to sex trafficking and conspiracy charges. He once counted Bill Clinton and Donald Trump among his friends.

Who is Jeffrey Epstein?Jeffrey Epstein: What are his friends saying?

Epstein, 66, avoided similar charges in a controversial secret plea deal in 2008, and instead pleaded guilty to a lesser charge.

Last week, US Labour Secretary Alex Acosta resigned amid growing criticism of his role in the plea deal.

Mr Acosta was then the US attorney in Miami and oversaw the non-prosecution deal with Epstein, which allowed the financier to serve 13 months in jail - with much of that time spent on work release at his Palm Beach office.

The deal has come under increasing scrutiny with the new charges against Epstein.

What are the new charges?

Epstein was arrested on 6 July and later charged with sex trafficking and conspiracy.

According to an indictment, the financier paid girls under the age of 18 to perform sex acts at his Manhattan and Florida mansions between 2002 and 2005.

Prosecutors also accuse him of paying large amounts of money to two people who could be potential witnesses during the forthcoming trial.

Epstein has pleaded not guilty to all the charges.

If convicted, he faces up to 45 years in prison.

Who is Jeffrey Epstein?

New York-born Epstein worked as a teacher before moving into finance.

Prior to the criminal cases against him, he was best known for his wealth and high-profile connections.

He has long been surrounded by the rich and powerful, including President Trump, former President Bill Clinton and the UK's Prince Andrew.

In a 2002 profile in New York Magazine, Mr Trump referred to Epstein as a "terrific guy".

"He's a lot of fun to be with," he said. "It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side."

However, Mr Trump has said the pair fell out "12 or 15 years ago" and reiterated on Friday that he was "not a fan of Jeffrey Epstein".

Reports of Epstein's current wealth vary, with his Virgin Islands-based firm generating no public records.



US financier Jeffrey Epstein must remain in jail while awaiting his child sex trafficking trial, a federal judge in New York has ruled.

Judge Richard Berman rejected Epstein's request to be under house arrest, saying he posed a flight risk.

His defence team had proposed a multimillion dollar bail package.

The financier has pleaded not guilty to sex trafficking and conspiracy charges. He once counted Bill Clinton and Donald Trump among his friends.

Epstein, 66, avoided similar charges in a controversial secret plea deal in 2008, and instead pleaded guilty to a lesser charge.

Last week, US Labour Secretary Alex Acosta resigned amid growing criticism of his role in the plea deal.

Mr Acosta was then the US attorney in Miami and oversaw the non-prosecution deal with Epstein, which allowed the financier to serve 13 months in jail - with much of that time spent on work release at his Palm Beach office.

The deal has come under increasing scrutiny with the new charges against Epstein.

What are the new charges?
Epstein was arrested on 6 July and later charged with sex trafficking and conspiracy.

According to an indictment, the financier paid girls under the age of 18 to perform sex acts at his Manhattan and Florida mansions between 2002 and 2005.

Prosecutors also accuse him of paying large amounts of money to two people who could be potential witnesses during the forthcoming trial.

Epstein has pleaded not guilty to all the charges.

If convicted, he faces up to 45 years in prison.

Who is Jeffrey Epstein?
New York-born Epstein worked as a teacher before moving into finance.

Prior to the criminal cases against him, he was best known for his wealth and high-profile connections.

He has long been surrounded by the rich and powerful, including President Trump, former President Bill Clinton and the UK's Prince Andrew.

In a 2002 profile in New York Magazine, Mr Trump referred to Epstein as a "terrific guy".

"He's a lot of fun to be with," he said. "It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side."

Epstein (left) with Donald Trump at the current president's Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida in 1997
However, Mr Trump has said the pair fell out "12 or 15 years ago" and reiterated on Friday that he was "not a fan of Jeffrey Epstein".

Reports of Epstein's current wealth vary, with his Virgin Islands-based firm generating no public records.
His Kenyan defenders watasema ni kuonewa :D:D.
 

Kigui

Village Elder
#20
During slavery times, there used to be some people who not only accept slavery, they used it to justify their existence. Some of them voluntarily subjugated fellow slaves to gain favour with their masters Those that were used against fellow slaves used to be called "house nigas". It mattered little that the house nigas was cultured. He remained a house nigga.

I have worked with a lot of whites, they are people like you and me. Some of them are very stupid some are very sharp.
 

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