Rudy Giuliani caught on film trying to have sex with 15 year old girl

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tl;dr - Giuliani caught on film masturbating to who he thinks is a 15 year old girl, after she invites him into a hotel room with the understanding that she is to have sex with him as an "apology" to Giuliani by her "father."

For those of you who have ever watched "To Catch A Predator," this scene usually results in the arrest and prosecution of the person who attempts to hook up with an underage child for sex. Intent plus attempt is enough for prosecution. Watch Borat 2, coming out soon, to see the scene. Monday night, Stephen Colbert is interviewing Cohen, and has promised to show the Giuliani clip.

For Project Veritas fans: this is how it's done.

How Rudy Giuliani Got Caught Red-Handed With Borat’s Daughter
Published Oct. 21, 2020 1:08PM ET

Sacha Baron Cohen has pulled a lot of outrageous pranks over the past couple of decades. None have been quite as insane as the one that ends with Rudy Giuliani’s hands in his pants.

When the trailer for Borat Subsequent Moviefilm dropped online earlier this month, it stood to reason that the climax of the highly-anticipated sequel would involve Baron Cohen’s iconic Kazakh character attempting to deliver his daughter as a gift to Vice President Mike Pence at CPAC while dressed in an elaborate Donald Trump costume.

In fact, that scene, which got picked up by conservative media outlets all the way back in February—with no one the wiser that Baron Cohen was behind the prank—comes and goes within the first third of the new movie, out on Amazon Prime Video this Friday.

But while Pence emerges from the film more or less unscathed, another close confidant of the president’s does not.

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FINAL Presidential Debate

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The last debate between candidates President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden is currently underway. Get in losers!
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AOC hacked Among Us Game Trump

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>Just days after US Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez played Among Us to an audience of more than 435,000 viewers, InnerSloth, the developer of the popular multiplayer title, is struggling to contain a spam attack that is affecting most of the game’s community. The hack started to spread through the game’s userbase on Thursday evening. It causes players to spam their match’s text chat with messages that direct people to the YouTube and Discord channels of a person who goes by the pseudonym “Eris Loris,” threatening them if they don’t subscribe. For good measure, some of the messages also promote President Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign.

As for the hacker, it appears their primary motive in all of this was to troll people. “I was curious to see what would happen, and personally I found it funny,” they told Kotaku. “The anger and hatred is the part that makes it funny. If you care about a game and are willing to go and spam dislike some random dude on the internet because you cant [sic] play it for three minutes, it’s stupid.”
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Trump refuses to disavow domestic Terrorist organization and further undermines America

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President Trump on Thursday refused to disavow QAnon during an NBC News town hall, saying he knows nothing about it beyond that supporters of the theory are “strongly against pedophilia.”

Trump was asked by host Savannah Guthrie to disavow the conspiracy theory, after she described it as a theory about Democrats being a satanic pedophile ring.

“I know nothing about QAnon. I know very little,” Trump said. “You told me but what you tell me doesn’t necessarily make it fact. I hate to say that.”

"I know nothing about it. I do know they are very much against pedophilia, they fight it very hard. But I know nothing about it,” Trump continued.

When Guthrie noted that Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.) said QAnon is “nuts” and that “real leaders call conspiracy theories conspiracy theories,” Trump again said claimed to have no knowledge about the theory.

“He may be right. I just don’t know about QAnon,” Trump said.

“You do know,” Guthrie pressed.

“I don’t know,” Trump continued.

QAnon is a far-right conspiracy theory whose followers believe that an underground cabal of Satanic worshipers run child sex trafficking rings and are in control of the so-called “deep state” government and that Trump is working to expose them.

The movement began on the internet but has grown substantially in recent months, garnering support even from some GOP congressional candidates. The FBI designated the collection of individuals a domestic terror threat in 2019 because it had the potential to encourage violence.
Trump has previously offered tepid support for the group, telling reporters at a news conference in August that he knew little about it but understands its supporters like him “very much” and “love America.”

Following Trump’s remarks then, Vice President Mike Pence was pressed in a news interview on QAnon and said that he dismisses it “out of hand.”
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Report: Trump Supporting Right-Wing Terrorist Groups ‘Pose A Serious Threat’ To Voters

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Militia groups “pose a serious threat to the safety and security of American voters,” particularly in the nation’s swing states, according to a joint report from the Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project (ACLED) and MilitiaWatch.

Over the past several months, private militias “have become more assertive,” the two organizations found in a report published Thursday, titled “Standing By: Right-Wing Militia Groups & The US Election.” The report cites kidnapping plots targeting elected officials and interventions in protests throughout the country. Parts of Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Oregon are at the highest risk of increased militia activity around the election, it says, while parts of North Carolina, Texas, Virginia, California and New Mexico are at a moderate risk. The report identifies the Three Percenters, Patriot Prayer, Proud Boys and Boogaloo Bois as groups that pose a “high” or “very high” potential for violence.

The report’s authors wrote that there’s been “a major realignment” of U.S. militia activity. While these groups have traditionally been anti-government, several of them have largely rallied behind a single political leader: Donald Trump. The president has urged his supporters to go to polling sites during this election “and watch very carefully,” a directive likely to inspire far-right militia members, who see themselves as soldiers in a civil war. Asked to condemn the Proud Boys at a debate last month, Trump instead told them to “stand back and stand by,” a directive the neo-fascist group publicly interpreted as marching orders.
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President Trump’s Twitter accessed by security expert who guessed password “maga2020!”

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A Dutch security researcher says he accessed President Trump’s @realDonaldTrump Twitter account last week by guessing his password: “maga2020!”.

Victor Gevers, a security researcher at the GDI Foundation and chair of the Dutch Institute for Vulnerability Disclosure, which finds and reports security vulnerabilities, told TechCrunch he guessed the president’s account password and was successful on the fifth attempt.

The account was not protected by two-factor authentication, granting Gevers access to the president’s account.

After logging in, he emailed US-CERT, a division of Homeland Security’s cyber unit Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), to disclose the security lapse, which TechCrunch has seen. Gevers said the president’s Twitter password was changed shortly after.
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Biden: 'I would transition from the oil industry'

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Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden pledged to transition away from fossil fuels Thursday night while defending a climate plan that does not ban fracking.

Biden has faced repeated attacks on fracking from President Trump as focus increasingly shifts to Pennsylvania, a crucial battleground state where the drilling method is used.

Biden's climate plan does not call for a ban on fracking, but other features would hit the oil industry. He calls for no new drilling on public lands and would transition to net-zero emissions by 2050, which would limit the oil industry.

"I do rule out banning fracking because we need other industries to transition to only net-zero emissions," Biden said. "What I will do with fracking over time is make sure we can capture the emissions from fracking, capture the emissions from gas."

"I would transition from the oil industry, yes," Biden said later. "It's a big statement because the oil industry pollutes significantly. ... It has to be replaced by renewable energy over time."

Trump was eager to draw attention to Biden's statement.

"Will you remember that Texas? Will you remember that, Pennsylvania, Oklahoma?" Trump said.

Biden's comments got pushback from one Oklahoma Democrat.

"Here's one of the places Biden and I disagree. We must stand up for our oil and gas industry. We need an all-of-the-above energy approach that's consumer friendly, values energy independence, and protects OK jobs. I'll keep fighting for that in Congress," tweeted Rep. Kendra Horn (D-Okla.), who faces a challenging reelection race on Nov. 3.
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Who built the Cages?

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Who built the cages Joe....

In 2010, James Biden, brother of Joe Biden was hired by the Hill International corporation subsidiary HillStone International, LLC as the Executive Vice President.

Less than a year later, in 2011, Hill International receives govt. contract for $3.9mil to build, among other things, Customs and Border Patrol housing and infrastructure.

And then in 2015, Hill International received another govt. contract for $30mil more for CBP work and infrastructure building

OxyContin maker to plead guilty to federal criminal charges

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Something something 'internal affairs'

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Hong Kong slammed the “harbouring of criminals” by foreign governments on Wednesday after reports emerged that Germany had granted asylum to a student activist facing a riot charge.

The 22-year-old female student skipped bail and fled to Germany last November after being arrested during citywide pro-democracy protests, according to Haven Assistance, a group that offers immigration and asylum advice to Hongkongers.

Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung and Secretary for Security John Lee met with the city’s German Consul General Dieter Lamlé to express their stern opposition, a government spokesperson said in a statement.

“The [Hong Kong] government strongly objects to the harbouring of criminals under different pretexts by other jurisdictions,” the city’s no. 2 official was quoted as saying. “This would only send a plainly wrong message to criminals that they need not face any criminal liability. “

Cheung also told Lamlé that Germany should “stop interfering with Hong Kong affairs, which are internal matters within the People’s Republic of China.”