Not all of the deranged Democrats in Exile, not all the media, not all of the rabbis who would call for his forgiveness can save him

Accused Women Abuser Eric Schneiderman a Prime Mueller Team Member

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With the resignation of New York Attorney General DEMOCRAT Eric Schneiderman, the roof has fallen in on the Robert Mueller III-led special counsel.  That’s not dandruff but plaster dust settled on the suit shoulders of the counsel’s 13 Democrats who have spent the last year and a half looking for a crime to pin on President Donald Trump.

This time not even the mainstream and social media will be able to blow all the plaster dust off their pinstriped suit shoulders because this time it’s there to stay.


Among the lurid allegations that brought down the powerful New York Democrat —violence against women and drug abuse—is the overlooked jaw-dropper that Schneiderman held the key to all that the special counsel has mustered to date against President Donald Trump.

Schneiderman was able to ride the victory of the Harvey Weinstein scandal,  in which he was the talk of the town. 

Being able to hoist his profile as a vociferous voice against sexual misconduct, he finds himself cornered.

Or as newyorker.com so deftly puts it:”Now after suing Harvey Weinstein, he faces a #MeToo reckoning of his own.”

Three hours after the publication of their story, Schneiderman handed in his resignation:

Update: Three hours after the publication of this story, Schneiderman resigned from his position. “While these allegations are unrelated to my professional conduct or the operations of the office, they will effectively prevent me from leading the office’s work at this critical time,” he said in a statement. “I therefore resign my office, effective at the close of business on May 8, 2018.” (New Yorker)

The Story Behind the Story is that on August 31, 2017 Mueller made an alliance with Schneiderman, that, according to Vanity Fair magazine, was guaranteed to “terrify Trump”.

“This appears to be Mueller’s plan. On Thursday, Politico reported that Mueller has teamed up with New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s office. Mueller and Schneiderman have reportedly begun sharing evidence from their parallel probes into Paul Manafort, Trump’s former campaign chairman. Manafort, who has long-standing financial ties to Russian interests, has been a focus in the F.B.I. investigation since last summer, but he has come under heightened scrutiny in recent months. Federal investigators have issued a number of subpoenas to associates of the longtime political operative and at the end of last month conducted a raid on his home, reportedly seeking documents. (Manafort has not been accused of any crime and has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing.) (Vanity Fair, Aug. 31 2017)

“Prosecutors worried that the possibility of a presidential pardon might allow Manafort to avoid working with investigators. But leaning on Schneiderman’s office to bring charges against the former campaign chairman could force his cooperation. The New York attorney general’s office is also said to be in the early stages of a probe into the Trump Organization’s business transactions. “One of the people familiar with progress on the case said both Mueller’s and Schneiderman’s teams have collected evidence on financial crimes, including potential money laundering,” according to Politico’s Josh Dawsey.

“The Mueller-Schneiderman coalition also represents the pairing of two Trump foes. Schneiderman, who on several occasions has found himself on the receiving end of the president’s attacks, won a $25 million settlement against Trump University after a long class-action fraud investigation. The Jared Kushner-owned New York Observer also published a memorably critical hit piece on the New York A.G., in which he was portrayed as a character in the dystopian novel A Clockwork Orange. The 1921 Martin Act gives New York’s top prosecutor additional powers to fight financial fraud, which could make it much easier to build a case.”

While the world of high politics was still reeling in shock that the very man who found a snug home in the #MeToo movement was being accused of physically abusing women, Tucker Carlson was revisiting Donald Trump’s Twitter prediction that Schneiderman would be the next New York official to fall in public disgrace:

“In September 2013, real estate mogul Donald Trump tweeted that his followers should “wait and see,” because Schneiderman was worse than either his predecessor, Attorney General (and later Governor) Elliot Spitzer, or Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-NY – both of whom were forced to resign after being caught in high profile sex scandals.”

How did the president know?  Because everybody in New York had heard the rumors, about Schneiderman, likely including Hillary Clinton.

The ongoing meme that Clinton and the Democrats care, really care about women and children is now a wash.

Ditto for the Democrats’ well-laid plans to reverse the outcome of Election 2016, which is now a major fail.

The Democrats are not sailing back on a midterm Big Blue Wave.  They are in fact turning on each other and IMPLODING.

Mueller and his investigators sent out the wrong attack dog in Eric Schneiderman.  Maybe they didn’t know that he had issues that could be filed under ‘h’ for high hypocrisy.

Not all of the deranged Democrats in Exile, not all the media, not all of the rabbis who would call for his forgiveness can save him.

Eric Schneiderman is not only gone he’s as done as yesterday’s breakfast.

We can hardly wait for their next ‘hero’ to fall.


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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com.

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