Is The NY AG, Violent Sex Crimes, Anthony Weiner, NXIVM, Hillary, Democratic Party & Sexual Blackmail Scandal About To Explode?

Opinion| Elder Patriot – The significance of New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s fall from grace is that it’s about to start a seismic shift of the tectonic plates underlying the NY state Democratic Party machine.

Earlier today we wrote that Schneiderman’s resignation, coming only minutes after the story broke about his sexual perversity, was indicative that something much bigger would be breaking.  Schneiderman was forced out before any serious investigation could get started.

When a single incident happens that may be an exception.  When two similar incidents occur that may be a coincidence.  But, when three related perversions occur with three different high-profile political figures that’s a pattern.

With that in mind, here we go.

As governor of NY, Eliot Spitzer was the top Democrat until his involvement with a sex ring led was exposed.  He acknowledged frequenting prostitutes but was given a pass on any charges stemming from human trafficking.  In retrospect, it’s hard to see how he afforded the $80,000 he spent on high-priced call girls on the salary of a state employee.

The story gets more complicated with Anthony Weiner.  Weiner was a Democratic Representative from New York’s 48th Congressional District until his penchant for sexting underage girls became public. 

Weiner is married to Hillary Clinton’s closest confidant, Huma Abedin.  Instead of being jettisoned from the party Weiner was resurrected into a candidate for the mayoralty of New York City.  Think about that and keep it in mind as we go along.

His candidacy collapsed when he was discovered to have begun sexting with teenage girls under the handle, Carlos Danger.

Now it’s Schneiderman’s turn in the barrel.  And here’s where it becomes really interesting.

First, ask yourself if sexual deviates are attracted to the Democratic Party or if the Democratic Party – that part of the party that was under the control of Hillary Clinton – purposely recruited perverts because they could be controlled.

That thought brings us to Kirstin Gillibrand who Clinton selected from a significantly more qualified field to replace her as Senator.  Gillibrand’s ties to the sex cult NXIVM has not yet been firmly established – at least publicly – but her associations with many of the cult’s members is undeniable.

That follows Hillary’s M.O. of building a party of compromised individuals who she could control.  This is consistent with her run as First Lady when she unexplainably had gained access to 900 FBI files on Congress and high-ranking government appointees.

Do you need more?  We gave it to you four days before the 2016 election.  Hillary’s ties to convicted child-sex traffickers Laura Silsby and Jorge Puello.

While she was in charge, Hillary also staffed the State Department with pedophiles.  Matt Lauer broke the story but Clinton’s vast network of control extended to network newsrooms, Hollywood, and the rest of the mainstream media and the story died there. 

Lauer was eventually fired from NBC News.

This brings us full circle back to the resignation of Schneiderman and the earthquake he was preventing from rocking Clinton’s world.

Remember back to the FBI’s raid of Weiner’s home that netted them a laptop with 650,000 emails, allegedly a complete backup of Hillary’s personal server that contained all of the incriminating information she thought had been destroyed.  As long as Schneiderman was in charge he decided what investigation saw the light of day and turned into indictments.

Schneiderman is gone and so is the firewall Clinton had built to provide protection for her.  As Robert Mueller’s witch-hunt enters a fast meltdown the Clinton’s problems are just beginning. 

We reported this would be the outcome back on February 24, 2017 when President Trump announced a White House initiative to take legislative action to finally put an end to human trafficking.

Facebook said this article was fake news when we reported it.  It won’t be shortly.