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Wednesday, October 28, 2015

BREAKING NEWS: Hastert pleads guilty in hush-money case

Former House Speaker Dennis Hastert pleads guilty in a $3.5 million hush-money case in a deal with prosecutors that calls for him to serve up to six months in prison.


Anonymous said...

The pedophile should be going to jail for a lot longer but the statute of limitations ran out.

Anonymous said...

It is so easy to say that pedophile should be going to jail, that is the reason that this case has been presented to you with a pedophile.

The case is really about the federal government moving to make cash illegal, and your hatred of pedophiles is how they will trick you into embracing tyranny. They want everyone on credit so that they:

1. Have all income accounted for so they can tax it.
2. Make sure that your money isn't going to anyone they don't like.
3. CC companies get a piece of EVERY transaction.
4. Further their ability to manipulate the economy, including taxing savings accounts to drive spending when they need it to keep the economy from collapsing.

Think about it, they arrest someone who was known to be a pedophile within the elite circles, but instead of going after him on a pedophilia charge they go after him on a financial crime. Any time I see a powerful politician go down I start trying to figure out the strategy, because we all know real gangsters don't snitch.