Apparently, that's what "journalists" do now. They follow, stalk and dox jurors 'cause that's how we roll in the Shire.
I was raised with the rule that there are certain things you just don't say and certain things you just don't do...ever! Doxing jurors falls under the "Just Don't Do" heading in a civilized society.
Nevertheless, on November 29th, Bloomberg writers Mary Biekert and Patricia Hurtado announced just enough details on the occupations, previous employment, ethnicities, etc. of the jurors in the Ghislaine Maxwell trial that anyone with 1) natural curiosity, 2) access to the Internet, 3) a LinkedIn account and/or a really good network of acquaintances could probably figure out the identity of the jurors in The Case of The Decade.
It's almost as if Bloomberg doesn't want Ghislaine to receive her Constitutional right to a speedy and public trial by an impartial jury. Hmmmm, now why would that be!?
Mister Dianne Feinstein aka Richard Blum Investor in Election Graphic Software for "Setting Up" Mainstream Media Edited Coverage (And Pelosi's Connected Too)
"Every day is election day." That's what it says on Dominion Voting System's homepage and it gave me quite a laugh! Yep, it sure is! We vote on November 3rd, November 4th, November 5th, November 6th...
But we're not here to talk about Dominion's software even though we all know it sucks.
No, the hot topic today is yesterday's assertion by General Flynn's attorney, Sidney Powell, that the Third Mr. Dianne Feinstein (real name, Richard Blum) is an investor in voting software.
Snopes and MSN had a heyday "debunking" Ms. Powell's "undocumented assertion" by claiming the only software company Mr. Feinstein has invested in is AVID, a graphic and video software. No connection, they claimed, with Dominion. Nothing to do with the election. Nothing to see here. Move along.
Oh, they couldn't be more wrong. In fact, AVID has had a lot to do with elections per their 2010 brochure, but the MSM was right about one thing: their fraud is all graphics/video software based.
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