1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (198 sites): Palmer Report: Another new sealed indictment surfaces out of Robert Mueller’s favorite court




Nine days ago, four sealed items surfaced on the docket in the Washington DC federal court, and it raised a number of eyebrows. This is the court where Robert Mueller does most of his indicting, and it came shortly after Mueller had indicted and arrested Donald Trump’s pal Roger Stone. Now another sealed item has surfaced on the docket, adding to the intrigue.





The four previous sealed items had filing numbers that were grouped together in a manner that suggested to Palmer Report that they were four felony charges against two different people. If those were Robert Mueller’s cases, he’s still sitting on them, possibly because he wanted to tack on more charges before unsealing the incitements and making the arrests. So it’s notable that a fifth sealed item has now surfaced.




The new sealed item is labeled 19-CR-41. That doesn’t tell us much one way or the other about whether it’s connected to the previous items, which were labeled 19-cr-24, 19-cr-25, 19-cr-28, and 19-cr-29. Charges in the same indictment are usually bunched together numerically, but with nine days having passed, the jump all the way from 29 to 41 could simply be a matter of too much time having passed to keep them sequential. So does this mean Mueller is about to arrest someone?



That’s anyone’s guess. There is no proof that these items are even Robert Mueller’s doing. But docket items aren’t generally sealed unless there’s a compelling reason to keep the target’s name out of the public purview, which would fit right in with the kind of sensitive work Mueller is doing. In any case, Mueller hasn’t busted anyone on a weekend. That said, he did arrest Paul Manafort and Rick Gates on a Monday, so it’s worth keeping an eye on what happens after the weekend.

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1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (198 sites): “2016 elections and mental health” – Google News: Questions for the candidates: Herbold, Tavel and Kolding share their views – Westside Seattle

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The race for Seattle City Council in District 1, representing West Seattle and South Park is now underway with incumbent Lisa Herbold declaring her re-election …

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1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (198 sites): “trump as danger to National Security” – Google News: Pointed questions about Trump | Opinion | yakimaherald.com – Yakima Herald-Republic

Pointed questions about Trump | Opinion | yakimaherald.com  Yakima Herald-Republic

To the editor — If the lack of “Trump’s wall” on our southern border is the most pressing national security issue right now, why didn’t the President and the …

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1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (198 sites): “Russia influence in Eastern Europe” – Google News: From WWI to www: Geopolitics 100 years later – Book Review – Modern Diplomacy

From WWI to www: Geopolitics 100 years later – Book Review  Modern Diplomacy

It is an honor to present to our readers our esteemed alumni colleague and friend Professor Anis Bajrektarević and his newly released book From WWI to www.

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1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (198 sites): “Russian Intelligence services and organized crime” – Google News: Trump adviser Stone: I’m not Kim Kardashian, don’t need gag order – Japan Today

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U.S. President Donald Trump’s longtime adviser Roger Stone on Friday urged a federal judge not to ban him from talking about his criminal case in the Russia …

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1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (198 sites): Palmer Report: It’s finally Donald Trump’s “Pee Pee Tape” bodyguard Keith Schiller’s time in the barrel



Donald Trump has gone to extraordinary lengths to keep his former longtime personal bodyguard Keith Schiller happy – and well compensated. Trump hired Schiller to a security job in the White House, and after that didn’t work out, Trump had the Republican National Committee hire Schiller for a high paying pretend job. Now Schiller has a whole new problem.


Back in 2017, Keith Schiller testified under oath that when he accompanied Donald Trump to Russia in 2013, the Kremlin offered prostitutes for Trump, but Trump didn’t want them. This stood in direct contrast with the Christopher Steele dossier, which asserts that Trump accepted the prostitutes, and the Kremlin secretly videotaped it all, popularly known as the “Pee Pee Tape.” We still don’t know what the truth is, but we do know that it’s just come to a head.





This week the House Intelligence Committee turned over the transcripts of Schiller’s testimony, along with testimony from several other Trump associates, to Special Counsel Robert Mueller. We don’t know if Schiller told the truth or committed perjury during his testimony. But we do know that at least some of the people involved committed perjury.




So it stands out as notable that, just two days after Robert Mueller got his hands on Keith Schiller’s transcript, the mainstream media is suddenly putting Schiller at the editorial forefront. CNBC is reporting tonight that the RNC is still paying Schiller an obscene amount of money to do nothing. This prompted Rachel Maddow to ask on-air tonight if the payments have been to keep Schiller from telling the truth.



Is it a grand coincidence that the media has suddenly gotten its hands on scandalous new updates about Keith Schiller, just as Robert Mueller has gotten his hands on a transcript that – if perjured – will allow him to arrest Schiller at any minute? Stay tuned, because this could certainly be more than coincidence.

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1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (198 sites): “Trump demands victory to be handed to him” – Google News: 44 running for president – World News – Castanet.net

44 running for president – World News  Castanet.net

Election officials in Ukraine said Friday that 44 candidates have registered to compete in the March presidential election — a record for the nation.

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1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (198 sites): Palmer Report: Donald Trump, Saudi Arabia, and the murder of Jeff Bezos’ employee Jamal Khashoggi



Twenty-four hours after the bombshell revelation that National Enquirer boss David Pecker was trying to blackmail Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, likely on Donald Trump’s behalf, and that the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia appeared to be involved the entire time, we’re all still trying to put these new pieces in the proper context. One key detail keeps jumping out: Jamal Khashoggi worked for Jeff Bezos.


Jeff Bezos doesn’t just run Amazon, he also owns the Washington Post. Jamal Khashoggi was a journalist for the Washington Post at the time the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia had him brutally murdered. Now we’re learning that, even as Saudi Arabia was having one of Bezos’ reporters murdered, Saudi Arabia was also apparently working with Trump and Pecker in a blackmail scheme against Bezos. What are the odds that this is a coincidence?





If these two things are connected, it’s not clear which direction things would have flowed. The Crown Prince had a personal vendetta against Khashoggi due to the manner in which he used his position at the Washington Post to expose Saudi Arabia’s corruption. Donald Trump had a personal vendetta against Jeff Bezos because his Washington Post was exposing so much of Trump’s corruption. Or wait a minute, was he?




Numerous major newspapers and magazines have dug up Donald Trump’s scandals and given him negative coverage. He’s lashed out at all of them on Twitter. But why did he decide to only get involved in trying to destroy the life of the owner of the Washington Post, and not the owners of the other news outlets? Has Trump been targeting Bezos all along because his puppet masters Saudi Arabia told him to, as part of their vendetta against Bezos’ employee Khashoggi?



The big question of course, and the one that shouldn’t be asked lightly but nonetheless needs to be asked, is this. If Donald Trump was helping to facilitate Saudi Arabia’s vendetta against Jamal Khashoggi by going after Khashoggi’s boss Jeff Bezos, what did Trump know about Khashoggi’s murder, and when did he know it? Put another way: did Trump help have an American journalist murdered?

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1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (198 sites): “2016 elections anxiety” – Google News: Could the US media’s prime antagonist be its unlikely saviour? – Independent.ie

Could the US media’s prime antagonist be its unlikely saviour?  Independent.ie

There is much to admire in a former New York Times editor’s account of the decline of traditional media and the perfect storm that created journalism’s ‘Age of …

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