Pedogate: Michael Cohen Sues Barr, Says he was jailed to silence him on Trump’s pedo problem

Cohen tossed back in prison to stop him from writing a book about his former client Trump

Then Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump appears with his personal attorney Michael Cohen during a campaign stop at the New Spirit Revival Center church in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, U.S. September 21, 2016. Picture taken September 21, 2016. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst - RC1DE22534D0

VT: It goes 1000 times past Trump’s calling Nelson Mandela a “monkey” or using the term “kike.”  Cohen has told us, time and time again, that he silenced 500 people for Trump and Jane Doe was one of them, there were others, all tied to Jeffrey Epstein and the 15 years they spent together, which VT has sources on.

They paid models $10,000 to provide cover for them on the days they spent with kids.

New York’s mob-controlled courts allowed Trump and Cohen to use non-disclosure agreements, often imaginary, often at virtual gunpoint, to silence victims. Dozens have come forward, some of them children, others, perhaps endless others are out there while Qanon provides cover for child trafficking around the world.

Daily Beast: Michael Cohen is suing Attorney General Bill Barr, alleging he was tossed back in prison to stop him from writing a book about his former client, President Donald Trump.

Do children really love Trump’s huge rump?

In court papers filed Monday and first reported by Courthouse News, Trump’s ex-fixer says the Bureau of Prisons demanded that he agree to a gag order after he was released from lockup on a furlough because of the coronavirus crisis. Cohen—who is serving time for his role in hush-money payments to women who said they’d had affairs with Trump—tweeted about finishing up the tell-all while on furlough.

But he also visited a restaurant when he was supposed to be on home confinement and ended up in the pages of the New York Post days before he was returned to custody.

“The First Amendment forbids Respondents from imprisoning Mr. Cohen in retaliation for drafting a book about the President and for seeking to publish that book soon,” his petition reads. Cohen said the American Civil Liberties Union is representing him in the matter.




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