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https://soundcloud.com/breitbart good audio only here
A powerful interview with Stephen Miller, former advisor to Jeff Sessions, talking about Trump, Cruz, Rubio.
MUST LISTEN. MUST SHARE. EVERYWHERE. MUST LISTEN. MUST SHARE. EVERYWHERE.
TRUMP UNIVERSITY HAS A 98% APPROVAL RATING FROM THOSE WHO COMPLETED THE PROGRAM.
There is a pdf file of 1500 of 11000 positive testimonials from ex-students.
YOU'VE HEARD THE RHETORIC,
NOW LEARN THE TRUTH.
This website was created to bring to the public's attention the gross incompetence of New York State Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman. Despite letting the fat cats of Wall Street slip away without a single conviction following the worst financial collapse in this nation's history – leaving more than 20% of all homes in New York still underwater -- in the last year, Eric Schneiderman has instructed his office of more than 650 attorneys to instead focus their attention -- and significant taxpayer resources -- on far more mundane matters such as preventing the merger of two online food ordering services, cracking down on the owner of a Brooklyn tortilla factory for workers’ compensation violations and prosecuting a Suffolk car wash owner for not properly distributing tips to workers, all in an effort to pursue his own personal political agenda in advance of the next election.
In the case of Trump University, the situation is even more disturbing. While Schneiderman’s investigation into Trump University first arose out of a larger inquiry into for-profit schools that accepted federal funding, his office quickly learned that neither Trump University nor its students had ever received any form of federal funding, subsidies or other government aid and offered all of its students a 3 day money back guarantee if they were not completely satisfied. Despite learning these facts, for the last two years, Schneiderman’s office has spent hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars conducting a no holds barred, scorched earth investigation, assigning as many as ten of his staff members to interview former Trump University employees and review literally hundreds of thousands of pages of documents. Making matters worse, Schneiderman chose to devote such valuable taxpayer dollars to looking into Trump University even though there was already a class action lawsuit pending in California brought by the firm of disgraced former lawyers and convicted felons Bill Lerach and Mel Weiss.
And what did Schneiderman’s office find after wasting so much of the taxpayers’ hard earned money? Exactly what Trump University told the Attorney General on day one – that as much as 98% of those students who participated in Trump University programs were not only satisfied with their Trump University experience, but would recommend the program to a friend.
"The training was excellent, best real estate training I have attended.” – BK
“Thank you for a great, informative, energizing, helpful, practical & fun seminar.” – JT
“This opened my eyes to real estate opportunities.” – KV
“Great presentation!” –WC “Excellent information. Thank you all!” – VP
“This seminar really opened my eyes. Thank you so much, you are truly excellent!” – II
“I am never disappointed when I come to a Trump seminar.” – PM
“I learned more than expected. The staff were all powerful and outstanding. What a great team to be a part of!” – JL
“Well presented. Well organized. Excellent teachers.” - CC
These are just a few of the comments by the more than 10,000 former Trump University students who filled out surveys sharing their experiences. 98% approval. That’s a better approval rating than even Harvard. Let’s be real: if this weren’t Trump, there would be no investigation!
However, this is not the first time Eric Schneiderman has used his stature as Attorney General for his own political gain or to attack critics of President Obama. Indeed, one recent New York Post article entitled, “Democratic Hit Man”, rightfully pointed out that while Schneiderman, elected with a paper thin resume, “seems to spare no expense in attacking critics of President Obama but hasn’t lifted an investigative finger when it comes to the sleaze involving fat cats in his own party.” According to the article, the backlash against Schneiderman’s one-sided tactics has gotten so bad that “the ‘investigate Schneiderman’ movement is gaining traction among congressional Republicans, particularly in the House Financial Services Committee.” Just as significant, the calls for an investigation into Schneiderman’s tactics arose even before it was revealed that former State Senator Shirley Huntley had provided information to the FBI that Schneiderman was engaging in corruption and other illicit dealings. Given all of this, together with the fact that Schneiderman has accepted political contributions from the same lawyers suing Trump University in California, is there any doubt that with a 98% approval rating from its students and a 3 day money back guarantee, that Schneiderman’s investigation into Trump University is nothing more than a politically motivated witch hunt?
But don’t just take our word for it, see for yourself. Unlike reading a newspaper article, here you can find all of the evidence to substantiate the facts: more than 10,000 handwritten surveys filled out by former Trump University showing a 98% approval rating, video of former Trump University students, including Tarla Makaeff, who despite stating on video that “I thought today was great. All of the speakers were really good”, is now the named plaintiff in a class action lawsuit in California demanding a refund, and news articles documenting Eric Schneiderman’s abuse and misuse of the New York Attorney General’s Office for his own political gain.
You have heard the allegations, now see the facts, see the evidence and make your own judgment about how your hard earned tax dollars are being wasted.
Lerach and Weiss' firm, Milberg, Weiss, Bershad, Hynes & Lerach LLP, filed the CA lawsuit against Trump. Lerach and Weiss are now convicted felons.
"Lerach, who recently emerged from an almost two-year stretch in prison, is greatly responsible for this rigged game. As an attorney who filed hundreds of class-action suits against corporations, he became a bigger fraudster than a lot of the companies he was pursuing. First, he filed many dubious suits, rejoicing when 90 percent of the companies decided to settle for millions of dollars rather than spend the time and money fighting. That stratagem wasn’t illegal, but it was grossly unethical — the classic shakedown. Companies called it getting “Lerached.” Second, Lerach and his firms paid fat kickbacks to shifty characters to become plaintiffs in those lawsuits. That was illegal, landing Lerach in prison.
Lerach and his onetime partner, New York lawyer Melvyn Weiss (who also went to prison), prided themselves on being populists working assiduously for the little guy. But their own words and deeds belie that claim. An excellent new book, Circle of Greed, by former San Diegans Patrick Dillon and Carl Cannon, quotes Weiss in the early years of the two lawyers’ careers: “Thank God for greed,” said Weiss over drinks. “Let’s hope it’s a growth industry.”
The Lost Love Letter Ted Cruz wishes he never wrote (to GW).
Although Cruz now criticizes Bush for spending too much money on domestic programs, in 2004 he pooh-poohed worries that Bush’s opportunity conservatism flew in the face of a commitment to small government. "[S]ome fiscal conservatives have criticized President Bush’s because government spending has continued to grow over the past four years," he wrote. "But those concerns are often overstated."
Other concerns about Bush that Cruz apparently thought were overstated in 2004? Bush’s "No Child Left Behind" education reform policy. "Some critics have objected to the increased federal money going to education," Cruz wrote, "but the bill also requires testing of every child in third and eighth grades and requires schools to provide parents with detailed report cards of the school’s performance. . . . The focus is on accountability and results." Today, Cruz is a co-sponsor of legislation that would allow states to opt out of federal testing and accountability standards and, in railing against Common Core, has declared that the federal government "has no business sticking its nose in education." Cruz has also called for the elimination of the Department of Education. In Thank You, President Bush, however, Cruz wrote: "As President Bush put it in the 2000 campaign, when voters hear ’Abolish the Department of Education,’ a lot of voters just hear ’Abolish Education’ and back away."
There’s a similar tonal discrepancy between the Cruz of today and the Cruz of a decade ago when it comes to immigration. In Thank You, President Bush, Cruz hailed the president for describing immigrants as "Americans by choice," a term Bush prominently employed when he announced his proposal for a new temporary worker program that never became law after Bush’s conservative critics decried it as amnesty. Today, Cruz is strategically ambiguous about whether he supports any sort of temporary legal status for undocumented immigrants, but he’s as bombastically outspoken an opponent of immigration reform as anyone in the Senate.
Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson told supporters Saturday in Irving that he has heard plenty of calls to drop out of the Republican presidential primary.
Some “special interests” have even made personal appeals to him, he said.
“I’ve got unanswered calls on my phone right now, ‘Oh, if you did this or did this, and did this, or if you drop out and support this guy, we’ll give you all this money and we’ll make sure you’re a senator here,’” Carson said. “What a bunch of crap. This is about saving our nation. This is not about horse-trading and making deals.”
Carson told a reporter afterward that he wasn’t going to say who called him, but said his reaction is those people can “go jump in a lake.”
maybe this is what Cruz and the Doc talked about in the linen closet ...
Just a reminder - the best things about these kinds of onslaughts and hailing fire -it's always true - you come out of them - we will come out of this - with a good understanding of what the opposition's arsenal looks like and consists of ... take notes, keep tabs. We're configuring the issues put out there by the gope and purist conservatives and have a little bit of time to fashion some thorough responses before the general election.
TO DO LIST FOR THIS COMING WEEK:
1) Open a savings account, or organize budget, so that you have $1000 by July 1 - in case we need to quickly go - in big numbers - to Cleveland depending on what kind of junk they try to pull. For you math anxiety types - that approx 250.00 per month - the months are: March, April, May and June. Try to keep your vacation time in abeyance until this comes clear, if possible.
2) This Stephen Miller interview is a great script for our calls which should start in earnest Wednesday, Monday in Texas. techies are working on audio right now - 30 sec clips enhanced quality - which you should be able to have those you speak to on the phone listen to seamlessly. Don't push it. Just work it into the conversation easily naturally and make sure you describe who Miller is. We are going to have maybe 100-200 dif clips - plus crossreference categories like Cruz/TPA; Historic moment; Rubio/ lies. There will be very easy ILLUSTRATED instructions on how to download.
There are some real wingers in this audio. Enough distribution could be a game changer. This goes on your High and Hot List #1.
3) ASAP, When you are near google - have the time - look for POSITIVE Trump stories - little known anecdotes. And GLOBALISM - Globalists supporting Cruz and Heidi - as what will they want from Cruz when the bill comes due? Also Trump's self-funding. These are our 1st 3 themes for after ST. Continue Cruz lies ongoing. Again, rubio will beat himself.
4) Check out resources in your local area where you can purchase "ham radios" and note the price. It's better to purchase locally for maintenance. We will be sending out online availabilities ...
5) THE BIGGEST TO DO OF ALL: stop worrying have a little faith keep on trekkin...