You may have read the other day about how a suspicious amount of cash was sucked into the Trump Swamp for his embarrassingly sparsley-attended inauguration (Washington Post).
Well, little twist. Digging in sheds some fun and revealing light.
First of all, the geniuses funneling money to Trump were SLOPPY. They used addresses that give up their ruse.
Now, I’m not saying that some lovely mama didn’t name their little child “Isabela John.” Or, that poor Isabela wouldn’t grow up to proudly donate $400,000 to Donald Trump’s worthless inauguration.
What I am saying is that there is no such person as “Isabela John,” and only a managed profile titled “Isabela T John” lives at 111 Sylvan Avenue in Englewood, New Jersey. You see, that isn’t an address at all. Not really. It’s registered with the post office, and the place where that address would be has GPS coordinates, but there is no actual Sylvan Avenue. Here is the map of where 111 Sylvan Avenue officially is:
That water on the back end is the Hudson River, of course. Lots of land owned by whoever it is that owns all the land where there aren’t any properties in land zoned for housing.
Well, what does the magic village garden where the giving Isabela lives look like?
Well, the company that does own the property is called LG Building Project (WEB). They had artists imagine what it would be nice if it looked like.
Wow. That may not be residential property where an “Isabela T John” might live if there were an Isabela John that existed somewhere. But, it looks dreamy. Isabella and her champion poodles probably has a hum dinger of a back yard. Well, no problem, the shell corp that owns the property has a very real photo of what the property off the Hudson looks like from on the Hudson:
Well, zingo, man! Isabella is rockin’ it. What a property she has there, right? Now, that’s the kind of Isabella I can see having a spare $400,000 to shower on Trump’s mighty biggest ever in the history of the world inauguration.
Seriously, though. I wonder what it looks like for real, though?
Well, thanks be to the mighty interwebz, because we don’t have to look far to look FAR. Google Street View of the address to confirm the property’s majesty:
Wait a minute, now. That’s not what it looks like. An ugly strip mall-looking property with every building unmarked and the parking lot blocked off. Kind of like it’s a money dump for some shell corporation. Who owns the property, again? LG Building project? What the hell is that, exactly? There is a bunch of information on their clever website. Again:
None of the names mentioned is “Isabella T John.” But, of course. I don’t have the entire list of fake names attached to fake addresses, but, I can imagine that most are given addresses that point back to shell corporations owned by Trump, his Reich-commander cabinet, and Russian Intelligence. It sounds almost science fiction, but it’s not remotely so.
Russian Intel has run managed profile fake profile campaigns to swarm social media with feigned occupation for a couple years now, but they’re not all that ingenious. This isn’t a play out of their book. We have been doing it out of think tanks here for about fifteen years. Thirteen, exactly, but that’s just when the beta version of the first proprietary software making it possible hit the dark market.
You’ve seen the Moldovan hacker robot profiles trying to saturate the market with fake Trump-fanboi and angry Bernie-bot profiles. The ones that aren’t real people. Profiles of women who aren’t women, but little pimple-faced nobodies who don’t have any ties to the campaigns they rep for. Let alone are they real humans. They exist en masse to make you believe they are real and they are ANGRY.
These types of managed profile PR swarms have been going on since the Bush reelection against John Kerry. It was only new then because Social Media was its vehicle. Before that, it was email, which was easier. And the early phone-bots and recorded messages before that.
This essay isn’t about managed robot profile swarm social media PR campaigns, though. It’s about over $100 Million being laundered into Trump’s coffers through fake identities. That’s RICO conspiracy bizniz, right there. This is crooked politician thievery taken to a ridiculous level. In a really bumbleheaded, keystone cop kind of fashion, unfortunately for Trump. All of the names and fake identities are dutifully reported for all to see, just like this “Isabella T John.” And, if you want to help take Trump down with this, you can! There are tons of campaign finance laws this has broken. Laundering money is a crime. A RICO crime. Very serious stuff. When foreign nationals funnel money to US politicians they are in every way conceivable bribing, every line is crossed.
The person who has collected copies of all of the donations to the Trump Inauguration slush fund needs YOUR help!
Christina Wilkie, a writer at the Huffington Post broke the story Friday on Rachel Maddow after Tweeting it:
The story was immediately followed with an article in Raw Story:
The story is huge, and FOX, along with other Breitbart echo chamber Fake-news mags online are already flocking to it. Like with many Trump defensive posturing, they make it more about penis size, so-to-speak. They seem more concerned with the amount that Trump claims the inauguration ceremonies cost, not how Christina Wilke broke the story about their use of fake names; fake addresses; shell corporations; and foreign national contribution / bribes were involved.
Trump is LIVID that Wilkie has suggested that President Obama would have slummed with $53 million dollars for his “much smaller” inauguration and that Donald wouldn’t absolutely have needed at least twice that for his MUCH larger ceremony.
Duh, Winning, as cokeheads are oft to say.
Don’t forget, Christina Wilkie didn’t publish a finished story. It’s just beginning, and it’s crowd-sourced. She has stacks of likely dirty fundraising contact sheets and she is asking for YOUR help in using them to aid taking Trump down. She needs YOUR help to research the money trail. Like they said in All the President’s Men:
Here’s how you do it: You go to this Google Sheets crowd-source research spreadsheet:
You take an address / name. You verify the identity. You leave a comment by the address with your findings. It’s pretty cool. Be part of a people-powered bloodless takedown of a tyrant.