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Upcoming Release Of ‘Damaging’ Epstein Report Leads Terrified Trump To Lash Out  

Speaking to supporters at a campaign rally in Dayton, Ohio, failed one-term, twice-impeached former president Donald Trump began attacking Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R), who ended his bid for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination in January.

“I hit him hard, I hit him low, just like we did to ISIS…We hit this guy so hard,” the ex-president said. “He’s a shell of the man…We have to hit our enemies hard.”

Why continue to attack a defeated foe, especially one in a state the GOP desperately needs in November? DeSantis is no longer a political threat. Could there be an ulterior motive in what Trump said in Ohio?

Consider for a moment an action DeSantis took late last month, which was reported by Politico.

Gov. Ron DeSantis is expected to sign legislation in Palm Beach this morning to release state grand jury records of an investigation into Jeffrey Epstein, the convicted sex offender and financier who killed himself in jail.

Liberal news outlet MeidasTouch Network noted on Twitter that Trump’s latest anger at DeSantis is likely tied to the upcoming release of those state grand jury records, writing:

“Trump began attacking DeSantis again right after DeSantis signed legislation to allow the release of grand jury documents in the Epstein case.”

Peter Henlein, an Iraq War vet, concurred.

“If you had any doubt that the release of the Florida Epstein grand jury files is going to destroy Trump, remove that doubt. Trump and his political operation are suddenly spending an equal amount of effort attacking DeSantis as they are Biden…..which makes no sense. They aren’t attacking Haley at all, who refused to endorse Trump and stayed in the race much longer than DeSantis, but they are passionately attacking DeSantis, who dropped out after Iowa and endorsed Trump……which makes no sense. The ONLY possible explanation is that Trump knows the release of Florida Epstein grand jury, which DeSantis paved the way for, is going to be extremely damaging to Trump. Trump is angry that this has happened, and he needs to discredit everything about DeSantis to try and blunt the impact of those files.”

With the steady drip of news stories each day highlighting Trump’s alleged criminal actions in any number of ongoing cases, being directly tied to Epstein and his disgusting crimes could prove devastating for the disgraced ex-president. Granted, his fanatical supporters won’t care, but it would give independents and non-MAGA Republicans yet another reason to not cast a ballot for Donald in November. And that’s how you lose in a landslide.


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E. Jean Carroll Has A Devastating New Description Of Donald Trump That’s Certain To Enrage Him

Speaking with MSNBC host Rachel Maddow on Monday evening, just days after a massive $83.3 million legal victory over failed former president Donald Trump, writer E. Jean Carroll shared a description of how the ex-head of state looked at the defamation trial that concluded last week in New York.

“He is like a walrus snorting and like a rhino flopping his hands. He is not there. That was the surprising thing to me.”

Carroll admitted that she had been terrified of facing Trump in court, but her fears quickly abated when she took the stand and began testifying.

“Amazingly, I looked out, and he was nothing,” she said. “He was nothing. He was a phantom. It was the people around him who were giving him power. He himself was nothing.”

That moment of clarity, Carroll continued, gave her new insight regarding the Donald.

“We don’t need to be afraid of him. He can be knocked out.”

Others who have observed Trump over the years agreed with Carroll, suggesting that he’s just an impotent coward.

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Gaetz Taunted At Trump Campaign Event: ‘What’s The Youngest Schoolgirl You’ve Been With?’

While he was speaking at Donald Trump’s campaign headquarters, Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) got reminded that he’ll never be able to live down the allegations that have been made against him regarding his reported love for underage girls.

Gaetz told those gathered at the Trump HQ, “Now, as to what I’d say to young folks today, man, you meet a young conservative today. It’s a different breed, because if they, if they’re outspoken, they’ve already been called every name in the book. Just for being a Republican, they’ve been called a racist, a sexist, a xenophobe, phobes I haven’t even heard of.”

That’s when a man dressed in Trump garb began heckling the controversial Florida Republican.

“What’s the youngest schoolgirl you’ve ever been with?”

The man also asked if Gaetz had flown on Jeffrey Epstein’s plane, but was quickly escorted from the room.

Gaetz told those who remained, “Think about being a part of a party where they haven’t even tried to make an argument about winning your vote. The Democratic Party today has basically put up as their candidate a nursing home escapee and the annoying lady from the HR department.”


Just last year, the Department of Justice decided not to charge Gaetz as part of a sex trafficking investigation. The congressman was accused of having sex with an underage girl and paying her off via Venmo to keep quiet.


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Nancy Mace Faceplants When Asked About Backing Jim Jordan For Speaker Despite Sex Abuse Claims

While she claims to be an advocate for victims of sexual assault, Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) announced Sunday morning that she was supporting Rep. Jim Jordan’s (R-OH) bid to be the next Speaker of the House of Representatives despite his connection to a horrific sex scandal that took place at Ohio State University while he was an assistant coach on the school’s wrestling team.

Nonetheless, Mace posted this on Twitter:

“Jim Jordan is an honest man, true to his word and his values. He’s also a workhorse. He will put people ahead of petty Washington politics. He has my full support to be the next Speaker of the House.”

That led CBS News anchor Margaret Brennan to ask the congresswoman on Face the Nation, “I know you’ve been outspoken about defending victims of sexual assault. Do the past allegations against Jim Jordan that he turned a blind eye to sexual abuse give you any reservations?”

Clearly uncomfortable with the query, Mace replied:

“I — yeah, I’m not familiar or aware with that. He’s not indicted on anything that I’m aware of. And so I don’t I don’t know anything. I can’t speak to that.”

Mace continued to dig the hole she was in even deeper, adding:

“What I do know is that I’ve been a very strong voice for women. I’ve talked to Jim Jordan and Steve Scalise about that. I’ve been a very strong advocate for rape victims. As you mentioned earlier, the Judiciary Committee has with him as chairman, recently passed a rape kit bill that [Congresswoman] Barbara Lee and I are working on. And those are the facts and the data that I have to work with. And I’ve had a very positive experience with them in that regard.”

She doesn’t know anything about the Ohio State wrestling sex scandal and Jim Jordan? Wow! That’s some convenient denial of facts that have been in the public domain for decades.

If Nancy Mace wants to continue to claims that she’s an advocate for sex abuse victims, she needs to denounce Jim Jordan and explain why she’s changed her mind. Otherwise, she should just sit quietly in her hypocrisy while we mock and ridicule her.


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Jim Jordan’s Disgusting Past Is Coming Back To Haunt Him As He Makes A Move To Be Speaker

On Wednesday, less than 24 hours after Kevin McCarthy was ousted as Speaker of the House, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) announced that he would be seeking to replace McCarthy, telling reporters, “We need to unite the conference.”

Today, Jordan’s bid to be the next speaker got a major boost when failed one-term, twice-impeached, and multiply-indicted former president Donald Trump gave his blessing to the Ohio Republican, writing on his financially failing Truth Social site:

“Congressman Jim Jordan has been a STAR long before making his very successful journey to Washington, D.C., representing Ohio’s 4th Congressional District. Respected by all, he is now Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee. As President, I had the honor of presenting Jim with our Country’s highest civilian award, The Presidential Medal of Freedom. So much is learned from sports, and Jim was a master! While attending Graham High School, he won State Championships all four years, a rarity, and compiled an amazing 156-1 record. At the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Jim became a two-time NCAA Division l Wrestling Champion. He won his 1985-86 NCAA Championship Matches in his weight class. Jim has a masters degree in Education from Ohio State University & a Law Degree from Capital University. He is STRONG on Crime, Borders, our Military/Vets, & 2nd Amendment. Jim, his wife, Polly, & family are outstanding – He will be a GREAT Speaker of the House, & has my Complete & Total Endorsement!”

So does Donald’s blessing mean Jordan is a shoo-in for the post of speaker? Hardly. That’s mainly because Jordan comes with more than a little baggage, and it’s among the worst sex scandals to ever take place on a college campus.

As reported in 2020 when Jordan was named as chairman of the House Judiciary Committee by the now-deposed McCarthy, Jordan’s recollections of why he didn’t report sexual abuse of athletes on the Ohio State University wrestling team while he was an assistant coach on that team doesn’t square with what victims have alleged.

Although Jordan has repeatedly insisted he didn’t know team doctor Richard Strauss was sexually mistreating athletes in his charge, former OSU wrestler Adam DiSabato called Jordan a “liar” at a Tuesday House Civil Justice Committee hearing on a bill that would let Strauss’ victims sue Ohio State for damages. DiSabato also said Jordan contacted him repeatedly in July 2018, after media outlets quoted his brother, Michael DiSabato, saying Jordan knew about Strauss’ abuse.

“Jim Jordan called me crying, groveling… begging me to go against my brother…That’s the kind of cover-up that’s going on there,” said DiSabato, who is among a group of former OSU wrestlers who filed lawsuits that allege the school ignored Strauss’ abuse.

Trump’s endorsement of Jordan could wind up being both a blessing and a curse considering the ex-president’s own sordid past, including numerous accusations of sexual assault made by dozens of women against him and his bragging on video about how he likes to grab women “by the pussy” and kiss them against their will.

It’s too soon to say if Jordan has a chance of winning considering how abrasive and divisive he is. But one thing is certain: He’s unfit for office and should never be allowed to rise to second in the presidential line of succession.