• Ex-Lawyer Says Michael Cohen Lied About Hush $$, Contemplated Suicide...Meanwhile, Comer Unearths New Biden Bank Accts

    May 16, 2024
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    Robert Costello (YouTube screencap).

    The Big Guy's Bank Accounts

    It's not a good day to be ridin' with Biden. Two separate incidents broke the wrong way for the beleaguered president today, one personal, another related to the House Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government.

    The personal matter pertains to Biden's bank accounts. House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer revealed that he has uncovered new bank accounts linked to Biden's brother James Biden, and son Hunter. The new information comes from information shared by Devon Archer, a friend and former business partner of Hunter.

    As revealed in Peter Schweitzer's 2020 book, Profiles in Corruption: Abuse of Power by America’s Progressive Elite, Archer, Hunter, and James Biden worked together to find business opportunities to which they could lend Joe's name. In corrsespondence about the deals, Joe was referred to infamously as the "big guy" who expected a 10% cut of profits.

    Devon Archer (YouTube screencap).

    Comer told reporters that he subpoenaed information from an unnamed financial institution concerning accounts believed to be held by James Biden, his wife Sarah, and Hunter Biden. Comer described the amount of accounts already uncovered in 18 months of the House Oversight Committee's impeachment inquiry as "unbelievable."

    Former Attorney: Cohen "Not A Credible Man", Contemplated Suicide

    In the Trump trial, Michael Cohen testified for a third day. So did his former attorney, but in a different setting. Robert Costello appeared before the House Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government (HSSWFG), chaired by Jim Jordan (R-OH). The committee, as its darkly impressive title suggests, was convened to investigate whether the Biden administration is abusing its federal powers.

    Foremost on the HSSWFG's agenda: determining whether Biden's team is employing lawfare tactics to unfairly influence the presidential election. Pursuant to that question, the committee called Costello, a former federal prosecutor with ties to Trump's inner circle. Cohen had previously waived his attorney-client privilege, so Costello was free to speak, and speak freely he did.

    Costello claimed that:

    • Cohen lied about hush-money payments to Stormy Daniels;
    • Trump was not involved and unaware of the payment to Daniels;
    • Cohen insisted many times that he had no real dirt on Trump;
    • New York prosecutors would end Cohen's campaign finance legal woes by providing dirt on Trump;
    • Cohen tried to fix the Daniels situation independently;
    • Cohen took out a home equity line of credit to secure the $130,000 payoff;
    • Cohen imagined a prize cabinet position for fixing a perceived problem on his own;
    • D.A. Alvin Bragg tried to muzzle Costello's allegations;
    • Bragg "cherry-picked" small pieces of Costello's information and labeled the rest hearsay.

    Further, Costello shared that in the midst of his legal woes, Cohen, in the misery of his shame, had considered suicide, specifically, by leaping from his Park Ave. hotel. One can scarcely imagine the din of screeching journalists that such an act would have inspired, and the ensuing conspiracy theories.

    Instead, the true story of Cohen's raw ambition and questionable judgment has slowly come to light. Perhaps the only player in this game who appears more foolish than Cohen is Alvin Bragg.

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