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Is Political Corruption Deeply Interwoven Into Every Facet Of American Government? Isaiah 1:5-7

The verses in Isaiah 1: 5-7 are describing the spiritual/moral condition of America. As well as the resulting punishment that’s coming if they don’t repent which is emphasized in verse seven.

The reference to the heart being faint is God talking about how perverse and corrupted the moral foundation of the nation is and how fearful and cowardly the nation is in regards to doing the right thing as it relates to standing for justice, morality, (as God defines morality, not men and women) and following the right path.

The reference to the head being sick is speaking about the federal government and how morally corrupt it is. The reference to the soles of the feet is speaking about the lowest levels of government and the ghettos and how they are equally as immoral and corrupt.

The reference to putrifying sores, wounds, and bruises not being closed, bound up, or mollified with ointment is in relation to the rancid, detestable, immoral condition of the nation that has not been addressed or corrected.

God referring to them as Sodom and Gomorrah in verse ten is how God views them from a moral and or spiritual perspective. God likens America to modern-day Sodom and Gomorrah as it relates to their debased immoral behavior. That interpretation is further supported by Isaiah 3:9-12. These verses are speaking in a spiritual/moral context.

Isaiah 1:5-7 King James Version

Why should ye be stricken anymore? ye will revolt more and more: the whole head is sick, and the whole heart faint.

From the sole of the foot even unto the head there is no soundness in it; but wounds, and bruises, and putrifying sores: they have not been closed, neither bound up, neither mollified with ointment.

Your country is desolate, your cities are burned with fire: your land, strangers devour it in your presence, and it is desolate, as overthrown by strangers.

Isaiah 3:9-12 King James Version

The shew of their countenance doth witness against them; and they declare their sin as Sodom, they hide it not. Woe unto their soul! for they have rewarded evil unto themselves.

10 Say ye to the righteous, that it shall be well with him: for they shall eat the fruit of their doings.

11 Woe unto the wicked! it shall be ill with him: for the reward of his hands shall be given him.

12 As for my people, children are their oppressors, and women rule over them. O my people, they which lead thee cause thee to err, and destroy the way of thy paths.

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BLM Activist Supporter And Promoter Of Sexual Perversion ‘Monica Cannon Grant’ And Her Husband ‘Clark Grant’ Charged In An 18 Count Indictment.

BLM activist named ‘Bostonian of the year’ whose nonprofit raised $1M is charged with squandering much of it on rent arrears, $1,200 hotel stay and meals at Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. and Shake Shack after being arrested at her $450,000 home

  • Monica Cannon-Grant, 41, and her husband Clark Grant, 38, of Taunton, used Violence in Boston Inc. funds to pay for personal expenses
  • Those included outings at Shake Shack, Bubba Gump Shrimp Company and other restaurants, while they also booked a vacation to Maryland
  • They also fraudulently applied for federal Pandemic Unemployment Assistance, while having other sources of income and lied about their mortgage
  • Both were charged in an 18-count indictment with wire fraud, conspiracy, and making false statements to a mortgage lending business
  • On Tuesday, Cannon-Grant appeared in a Boston federal court for her indictment
  • Both have made more than $100,000 in pandemic-related unemployment benefits, while Cannon-Grant also made $33,426 in ‘diversity’ consulting fees
  • Cannon-Grant’s activism has previously earned her numerous accolades, such as Boston Globe Magazine’s Bostonian of the Year award in 2020

BLM activist, who founded a Boston nonprofit to reduce violence in the city, and her husband, are accused of using donations to enrich their own lives and defrauding the government of unemployment payments, collecting approximately $33,426, according to a multicount indictment released Tuesday. 

Monica Cannon-Grant, 41, and her husband Clark Grant, 38, of Taunton, used Violence in Boston Inc. funds to pay for personal expenses including, hotels, car rentals, auto repairs, restaurant meals, nail salons and personal travel, the U.S. attorney’s office said in a statement. 

Cannon-Grant, 41, is also said to have paid herself $2,700-a-week and treated herself to a $450,000 five-bed house in Taunton, Massachusetts, last year.

She is accused of using much of the $1 million raised by her nonprofit Violence in Boston Inc for good causes. Her salary jumped from $25,000 in 2020 to $170,000 in 2021. 

Cannon-Grant – once named a Bostonian of the Year by the prestigious Boston Globe newspaper – was arrested at her spacious home last week. She appeared in a federal court Monday alongside husband Clark Grant, 38, with the pair facing 18 separate criminal counts dating from 2017 to July 2021. She has denied all allegations made against her. 

Judge Judith Dein raised eyebrows after releasing Cannon-Grant on her own recognizance and saying she could continue to work for Violence in Boston – the nonprofit she’s accused of using as a front for her crimes – but that she must not be involved in its finances.

The couple are said to have misappropriated grants intended for their charity, including a $6,000 check given to them by Suffolk District Attorney’s office in June 2019, intended to be spent on a retreat for young men feared to be at risk of falling into crime.

Instead, Cannon-Grant and Grant treated themselves to meals at Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. and Shake Shack, and a three night break to Maryland that included a $1,200 hotel stay, it is claimed.  Monica Cannon-Grant is pictured outside a Boston federal courthouse Tuesday where she and her husband were charged with 18 counts of fraud totaling $1m

Monica Cannon-Grant is pictured outside a Boston federal courthouse Tuesday where she and her husband were charged with 18 counts of fraud totaling $1m Cannon-Grant, 41, is also said to have paid herself $2,700-a-week and treated herself to a $450,000 five-bed house in Taunton, Massachusetts , last year

Cannon-Grant, 41, is also said to have paid herself $2,700-a-week and treated herself to a $450,000 five-bed house in Taunton, Massachusetts , last yeaGrant, pictured at a September 2020 BLM rally,  is said to have blown grants intended to help vulnerable young men on trips to restaurants and nail salons. She's also accused of fraudulently obtaining $100,000 in pandemic relief, and lying on a mortgage application

Grant, pictured at a September 2020 BLM rally,  is said to have blown grants intended to help vulnerable young men on trips to restaurants and nail salons. She’s also accused of fraudulently obtaining $100,000 in pandemic relief, and lying on a mortgage application Monica Cannon-Grant and her husband Clark Grant are pictured together

Monica Cannon-Grant and her husband Clark Grant are pictured together 

Cannon-Grant is also said to have used some of the cash on multiple trips to a Boston nail salon, as well as car rentals, groceries and trips to Walmart.

The $6,000 retreat was supposed ‘to give these young men exposure to communities outside of the violence riddled neighborhoods that they navigate daily’ and give them exposure to activities focused on community-building and coping techniques,’ according to her grant proposal. 

Another alleged incident in 2017 saw $3,000 of a $10,000 donation for needy children spent on paying the couple’s rent arrears, it is claimed.  

Cannon-Grant and her husband also fraudulently applied for $100,000 federal Pandemic Unemployment Assistance benefits that they knew they were not eligible to receive because they had other sources of income at the time, it is alleged.

And they lied to a mortgage lender by saying Violence in Boston’s assets were their own to help pay for mortgage fees and closing costs, prosecutors said.Cannon-Grant, 41, and her husband Clarke Grant, 38, were arrested at their home in Taunton, Massachusetts last week. It is unclear if any money from donations provided to Violence in Boston was used to purchase the $450k and five-bedroom property

Cannon-Grant, 41, and her husband Clarke Grant, 38, were arrested at their home in Taunton, Massachusetts last week. It is unclear if any money from donations provided to Violence in Boston was used to purchase the $450k and five-bedroom propertThe couple also lied to a mortgage lender by saying Violence in Boston's assets were their own to help pay for fees and closing costs. Pictured: the interior of the Grants' Taunton home

The couple also lied to a mortgage lender by saying Violence in Boston’s assets were their own to help pay for fees and closing costs. Pictured: the interior of the Grants’ Taunton home Cannon Grant, a mother of six, was once given the 'Bostonian of the Year' award by The Boston Globe Magazine and hailed as the city’s 'best social justice advocate' by Boston Magazine

Cannon Grant, a mother of six, was once given the ‘Bostonian of the Year’ award by The Boston Globe Magazine and hailed as the city’s ‘best social justice advocate’ by Boston Magazine

The couple maintained exclusive control over organization finances, and did not disclose to other Violence in Boston directors, bookkeepers, or financial auditors that they had used the funds for their own purposes, prosecutors added.

Last Tuesday, the couple was arrested at their $450,000 Taunton residence. It remains unclear if funds given to the non-profit organization were used to buy the five-bedroom home, which was purchased in 2021, at the height of their alleged scamming. 

Both were charged in an 18-count indictment with wire fraud, conspiracy, and making false statements to a mortgage lending business, according to prosecutors. 

Cannon-Grant also faces a mail fraud count. She claims to have previously filed to the IRS and the state attorney general’s charity division that she has not been receiving a salary. However, prosecutors said that in October 2020, Cannon-Grant was starting to pay herself $2,788 per week.

On Tuesday, Cannon-Grant appeared in federal court in Boston. She was released on personal recognizance. Astonishingly, Judge Judith Dein said Cannon-grant can continue to work for Violence in Boston – the organization she’s accused of using as a front for her huge alleged fraud – but that she must stay away from its finances. 

The organization runs a food pantry twice a week.  Prior to Canon-Grant’s arrival in court, her attorney, Robert Goldstein, said he expected her to be vindicated.

‘We are extremely disappointed the government rushed to judgment here,’ he said in an email. ‘VIB and Monica have been fully cooperating and their production of records remains ongoing. Drawing conclusions from an incomplete factual record does not represent the fair and fully informed process a citizen deserves from its government, especially someone like Monica who has worked tirelessly on behalf of her community.’

Prosecutors did not reveal the total amount of money collected by Violence in Boston that was transferred into the Grants’ personal accounts.  

Clarke Grant was previously charged in October with illegally obtaining an estimated $67,950 in pandemic-related unemployment benefits before claiming that the nonprofit’s assets were his own in a mortgage application. He was working in a full-time job at a transportation company at the the time.  

His court date on the new charges has not been scheduled.

Canon-Grant, in the meantime, received $33,426 in pandemic funds, the indictment read. She also received thousands of dollars in consulting fees, promoting ‘diversity’ programs at private companies. One of those payments included a $75,000 grant from a media company in Boston, called the Phantom Gourmet television program. 

‘Unemployment caught my ass. Asked me to provide documents by June unless I’ll have to pay it all back,’ Cannon-Grant told her husband through text message on March 26, 2021, after realizing she’d been busted, according to prosecutors. Cannon-Grant's received thousands of dollars in consulting fees, promoting 'diversity' programs, public speaking forums and public appearances through her Link Tree

Cannon-Grant’s received thousands of dollars in consulting fees, promoting ‘diversity’ programs, public speaking forums and public appearances through her Link Tree

Violence in Boston was founded in 2017 with $1,000, according to its website. Donations poured into the non-profit throughout the years, as the group received more than $50,000 just for April 2020 and $53,977 on another months from Boston officials in the wake of George Floyd’s May 2020 murder. 

‘Violence in Boston’s mission is to improve the quality of life and life outcomes of individuals from underserved communities by reducing the prevalence of violence and the impact of associated trauma while addressing social injustices through advocacy and direct services,’ the organization says on its website.

During the coronavirus pandemic, the nonprofit also distributed food.

Cannon-Grant’s activism, including the organization of a rally in the city in 2020 to protest the killing of George Floyd has earned her numerous awards, such as The Boston Globe Magazine’s Bostonian of the Year award, and a Boston Celtics Heroes Among Us award, both in 2020.BLM leader Monica Cannon-Grant (R) speaks to protesters about their movement with the photos of people who have lost their lives, including George Floyd, to police racism across the US at Franklin Park in Boston, Massachusetts on June 2, 2020

BLM leader Monica Cannon-Grant (R) speaks to protesters about their movement with the photos of people who have lost their lives, including George Floyd, to police racism across the US at Franklin Park in Boston, Massachusetts on June 2, 2020

The Cummings Foundation, which features prominently on Violence in Boston’s website as a major donor for three-year, $100,000 grant last year, is cooperating with authorities and monitoring the situation, foundation Executive Director Joyce Vyriotes said.

‘Because Violence in Boston’s next grant installment (its second of three payments) is not scheduled to occur until late June, no decision on its potential distribution has yet been made. We will be following the investigation closely,’ she said in an e-mail sent to the Boston Globe.  

The foundation, established by the founder of the commercial real estate firm Cummings Properties, has distributed one-third of the grant amount, but no decision has been made on whether the next third will be distributed, she said.

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NYC Mayor Eric Adams ousts head of NYPD’s hate crimes unit after surge in attacks on Asian-Americans because the department is ‘too slow to act’: 524 complaints filed in 2021 but fewer than HALF resulted in arrests

  • Adams reassigned Inspector Jessica Corey, but didn’t say where she was placed 
  • His office hasn’t clarified who will take over the NYPD’s Hate Crime Task Force
  • Hate crimes were up a shocking 96 percent in 2021, reaching 524 complaints
  • Only 219 people were arrested last year, and just 93 were arrested in 2020
  • An Asian woman who was spat on and called a ‘carrier’ by a man on the subway last year said Corey tried to blame her for the attack
  • Hate crimes against Asian-Americans were up 343 percent in 2021

New York City Mayor Eric Adams says the NYPD has been ‘too slow’ to investigate incidents as hate crimes, weeks after he reassigned the head of the police department’s hate crimes unit.

Adams reassigned Inspector Jessica Corey, who led the Hate Crime Task Force, last month. She was placed in the firearms & tactics section, a police spokesman told DailyMail.com Tuesday.

‘We were too slow in investigating [crimes] as possible hate crimes,’ Adams said Monday. ‘I wanted a new face there, a new vision.’

Racially-motivated attacks, especially toward Asian-Americans, skyrocketed during the COVID-19 pandemic, with the virus that caused it originating in China.

Hate crimes were up a shocking 96 percent in 2021. But only 219 people were arrested for hate crimes last year, even though there were 524 hate crime complaints.

In comparison, there were 265 hate crime complaints and 93 arrests in 2020, according to the NYPD.

In October, a man spit at Esther Lee, a Korean-American woman, and called her a ‘carrier’ aboard an A-train in Manhattan.

Lee told WABC that an officer refused to write down the words hurled at her in a police report. Moreover, she said Corey chastised her for filming the man.

'We were too slow in investigating [crimes] as possible hate crimes,' NYC Mayor Eric Adams said during a press conference Monday. Above, Adams at the New York Stock Exchange on Monday‘We were too slow in investigating [crimes] as possible hate crimes,’ NYC Mayor Eric Adams said during a press conference Monday. Above, Adams at the New York Stock Exchange on Monday

Adams reassigned Inspector Jessica Corey, who led the Hate Crime Task Force, last month. His office has not clarified where she was placed or who would replace her

Adams reassigned Inspector Jessica Corey, who led the Hate Crime Task Force, last month. His office has not clarified where she was placed or who would replace her

Only 219 people were arrested for hate crimes last year, though there were 524 such complaints. In 2020, there were 265 complaints and 93 arrests

Only 219 people were arrested for hate crimes last year, though there were 524 such complaints. In 2020, there were 265 complaints and 93 arrests

Asian Americans have experienced a 343 percent increase in hate crimes in 2021 with 133 attacks. Hispanics are also seeing a rise in attacks with eight attacks happening in 2021, compared to one in 2020

‘Jessica Corey telling me, “You know you really should not have filmed him, you really should not have taken your phone and started taking footage of him because you probably triggered him,”‘ Lee said.

Adams reassigned Corey a day after WABC informed him about Lee’s experience.

‘I don’t want a leader in that area that starts off with saying why something is not a possible hate crime,’ Adams said at the time.

An NYPD spokesperson added: ‘The incident was looked into by the Hate Crime Task Force and both parties were interviewed. A conferral was made with the NYPD’s Legal Bureau as well as the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office and a legal determination was made that the facts of the case did not meet current hate crime statutes.’

 

 

 

Deputy Inspector Michael King, head of the Special Victims Division, was also reassigned. He was placed in the Patrol Bureau Queens South, according to the NYPD.

Both moves were characterized as routine reshufflings, according to WABC, but Corey’s controversial tenure has sparked whispers that her removal was performance-related.

Hate crimes surged by 96 percent in the Big Apple throughout 2021.

Asian hate crimes skyrocketed 343 percent from 2020 to 2021 as the pandemic rattled on, with 133 Asian Americans experiencing terrifying and dangerous experiences of discrimination, according to the data, which was first reported by Fox News.

Hispanic hate crimes were also up a staggering 700 percent last year with a total of eight people being harassed or harmed in 2021, up from one in 2020.

A total of 538 hate crimes occurred throughout 2021, compared to 275 in 2020.

Esther Lee, a Korean-American woman, says Corey tried to pin the blame on her after she was attacked in subway in October

Esther Lee, a Korean-American woman, says Corey tried to pin the blame on her after she was attacked in subway in October

Esther Lee attack

Esther Lee attack

In October, a man spit at Lee and called her a ‘carrier’ aboard an A train in Manhattan as anti-Asian crime was spiking, driven in part by the COVID-19 pandemic

Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg, 48 – who has found himself in hot water after downgrading many crimes and claiming that ‘prison is a last resort’ – said in January that his office will expand the hate crimes unit, created in 2018, to help address the increase in radically motivated attacks.

‘Our [Asian-American and Pacific-Islander] brothers and sisters have been spit upon, coughed at, told to go back home. In my office we are deepening our capacity,’ he said.

‘We’re expanding our hate crimes unit so that we can give these cases the resources that they deserve.’

Manhattan's DA Alvin Bragg, 48, said he was will be partnering with local communities and expand resources to address the increase in hate crimes

Manhattan’s DA Alvin Bragg, 48, said he was will be partnering with local communities and expand resources to address the increase in hate crimes

Bragg, the first black man to hold his position, said that he would be expanding resources by partnering with local communities to ‘strengthen our community ties,’ but commended the existing ‘small’ hate crimes team for having ‘great leadership.’

‘What I’ve heard as I’ve traveled throughout Manhattan is that there’s a reluctance to come forward to law enforcement from some communities, and some people are more willing to go forward through a community group,’ Bragg said on Friday.

‘We are both focusing on building cases and prosecuting cases and [are] also mindful that we might not be hearing about everything that we want to be, so strengthening our community ties as well.’

NYC hit by spate of hate crimes

Yao Pan Ma, 61, (pictured in April) died on December 31, eight months after he was attacked

Yao Pan Ma, 61, (pictured in April) died on December 31, eight months after he was attacked

Yao Pan Ma, 61

Ma died on December 31, eight months after he was brutally beat by a homeless career criminal in April 2021.

A Chinese immigrant, he was left in critical condition and placed in a medically induced coma after Jarrod Powell, 49, stomped on his head at least six times while Ma was collecting cans to make money for his family.

‘When I saw him in the hospital…his face, I cried. I still cry,’ his wife Baozhen Chen said in April. ‘I hope he wakes up and talks to me and gets better and comes home. It’s really hard to believe.’

His death has been ruled a homicide.

Powell was taken into custody at Ward’s Island men’s homeless shelter just days after the attack in April and was initially charged with second-degree murder and two counts of assault.

Powell had been arrested 15 times since 1988.

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Joseph Borgen was beaten by a group of five men yelling anti-Semitic epithets while on his way to a pro Israel demonstration last Thursday

Borgen's bruised and battered face

Joseph Borgen was beaten by a group of five men yelling anti-Semitic epithets while on his way to a pro Israel demonstration

Borgen, an accountant who lives on the Upper East Side, was wearing a grey kippa and walking toward Times Square around 6.30pm on May 20, 2021 when he alleged that a young man with a black bandana started chasing him.

‘I turned around to try to figure out what was going on and the next thing I knew I was surrounded by a whole crowd of people who proceeded to physically attack me, beat me, kick me, punch me, hit me with crutches, hit me with flag poles,’ he told DailyMail.com.

‘I thought I was going to die. I thought I was really going to die.’

Borgen said there were eight to 10 people taking part in the beatdown and they were shouting anti-Semitic slurs such as: ‘You filthy Jew. We’re going to f*****g kill you. Go back to Israel. Hamas is going to kill you.’

Faisal Elezzi, 25, of Staten Island, was charged with assault as a hate crime, menacing as a hate crime and aggravated harassment as a hate crime

Waseem Awawdeh, 23, was the first man arrested over the violent assault and was charged with assault as a hate crime, gang assault, menacing, aggravated harassment as a hate crime and criminal possession of a weapon, police said.

Prosecutors say he told a jailer: ‘If I could do it again, I would do it again. I have no problem doing it again.’

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Vilma Kari

Vilma Kari's (right) vicious racist attack was caught on camera last year. Her daughter, Elizabeth (left), said a good Samaritan lured her attacker away

Vilma Kari’s (right) vicious racist attack was caught on camera last year. Her daughter, Elizabeth (left), said a good Samaritan lured her attacker away

Vilma Kari was 65 on March 29, 2021, when a man later identified as Brandon Elliot kicked her and stomped on her while yelling anti-Asian slurs outside a building in New York City.

Footage of the horrific attack captured the country’s attention, particularly because it showed doormen in a nearby building seeming to not only ignore the violence but shut Vilma out by closing the door.

She was hospitalized and treated for serious injuries, requiring a walker to leave later that day.

Brandon Elliot, then 38, has pleaded not guilty to charges of assault as a hate crime and attempted assault as a hate crime.

He reportedly shouted anti-Asian slurs and told her, ‘You don’t belong here,’ before casually walking away.

Christina Yuna Lee, 35

Christina Yuna Lee, 35

Christina Yuna Lee, 35

Lee was found dead on February 13 in the blood-soaked bathtub of her Chinatown apartment in New York’s Lower East Side.

The 35-year-old Asian advertising creative was knifed to death by a homeless serial criminal who was free on bail.

Terrifying footage showed Assamad Nash, 25, creep into the building behind Lee after she got out of a cab.

She entered the building, but didn’t realize that Nash – who did not appear to know his alleged victim – had sneaked in behind her after watching her exit a taxi, and was following her up six flights of stairs to her home.

Her death has not been investigated as a hate crime, but it took place during rising anti-Asian incidents in New York City.

Michelle Alyssa Go, 40

Michelle Go, 40

Michelle Go, 40

Go, 40, was on the N/Q/R/W platform at West 42nd Street and Broadway at around 9.40am on January 15 when Martial Simon, 61 shoved her from behind with both hands while she looked down at her phone, authorities said.

She was a senior manager of strategy and operations for management and acquisitions at Deloitte Consulting, according to her LinkedIn.

She graduated from University of California Los Angeles with a bachelor’s in economics and public policy, and got her master’s in business administration from New York University.

When Simon, who has a lengthy criminal history, was asked by a reporter if he had been the one to push Go, he said: ‘Yes, because I’m God. Yes, I did it. I’m God. I can do it.’

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NYC Mayor ‘Eric Adams’ Says A Predominantly White Media’s Negative Dishonest Reporting Doesn’t Reflect His Reality As A Black Mayor/Man.

Mayor Adams, left, can be seen with New York State Senate Majority Leader Andrea Cousins, center, and Speaker of the New York State Assembly, Carl Heastie, right. Although he called the talks constructive, they were ultimately unsuccessfulMayor Adams, left, can be seen with New York State Senate Majority Leader Andrea Cousins, center, and Speaker of the New York State Assembly, Carl Heastie, right. Although he called the talks constructive, they were ultimately unsuccessful

Despite Adams' trip (pictured) New York assembly members said they would 'hold the line' on the bail reforms and Hochul announced that bail reform law would likely not be included in this year's annual budget

Despite Adams’ trip (pictured) New York assembly members said they would ‘hold the line’ on the bail reforms and Hochul announced that bail reform law would likely not be included in this year’s annual budget

He went on to question the racial composition of newsrooms.

‘How many blacks are on editorial boards? How many blacks determine how these stories are being written?’ he said.

‘How many Asians? How many East Asians? How many South Asians? Everyone talks about my government being diversified, what’s the diversification in the newsrooms?’

During the press conference, Adams said that the stories written about his trip to Albany weren’t made for the New Yorkers he was fighting for.

‘You’re not writing for people who were almost homeless like me,’ he said. ‘You’re not writing for people who were arrested or beaten by police officers. You’re not writing stories for those who are dealing with high crime.

‘You’re writing things from your prisms. And I’m not saying this to attack, but my administration is going to be about saying the obvious that other people are not comfortable saying.

‘Discomfort is growth,’ he added.

‘That’s why I am covered the way I am covered,’ he said. ‘We really need to stop distorting the news.’

Adams has been pushing for lawmakers to allow judges to consider the ‘dangerousness’ of defendants before deciding to release them in order to tackled New York City’s rising crime rate, with high profile cases involving repeat offenders.

In January, crime rose 38.5 percent in the city, which has since jumped up to 41.65 percent in February.

All categories of crime have also spiked, except murders. Felony assaults are up 13 percent, while shooting victims are up almost 30, and rape and robbery are also up around 35 percent.

Adam's plan comes as crime of nearly all types is on the rise in New York City

Adam’s plan comes as crime of nearly all types is on the rise in New York City

Last week, Adams outlined his plans for tweaks to be made to the bail laws which allows suspects to roam the street often within hours of an arrest.

‘Let’s remove the cash bail system, because one should not be able to get out of jail just because you can pay bail. Let’s take that away. Judges should look at the case in front of them and say, “This person has two gun arrests, and he’s continually saying to the people of the city that I don’t care about the safety of you.” That judge should have the right to make the discretion that this person just be held.’

Many of New York City’s most violent crimes have been from repeat offenders and after Manhattan’s soft-on-crime District Attorney Alvin Bragg, 48, downgraded many crimes to misdemeanors.

Assamad Nash, 25, had been arrested seven times since 2017 and currently has three open cases in the Manhattan Criminal Court

Assamad Nash, 25, had been arrested seven times since 2017 and currently has three open cases in the Manhattan Criminal Court

Assamad Nash, 25, is charged with murder of Christina Yuna Lee, who was stabbed to death in her 5th floor apartment

Assamad Nash, 25, is charged with murder of Christina Yuna Lee, who was stabbed to death in her 5th floor apartment

Christina Yuna Lee, 35, was stabbed to death in her New York City apartment 'by homeless serial criminal'

Christina Yuna Lee, 35, was stabbed to death in her New York City apartment ‘by homeless serial criminal’

The mayor’s visit to Albany came after advertising executive Christina Yuna Lee, 35, was stabbed to death in her apartment by homeless career criminal Assamad Nash, 25, who followed her upstairs.

She was found dead in her blood-soaked bathtub in Chinatown.

The mayor himself has attended many vigils and funerals for fallen New Yorkers, including the two NYPD officers Jason Rivera, 22, and his partner Wilbert Mora, 27, who were both shot dead in Central Harlem.

He also attended vigils for Yao Pan Ma, 61, who was left in a coma after being attacked collecting cans in East Harlem and Michelle Alyssa Go, 40, who was pushed onto the tracks at Times Square subway station.

Biden’s Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre Tells Reporter THREE Times To Go To DOJ When Pressed On Durham’s Bombshell Allegations That Hillary Spied On Trump When He Was President- And That Biden And Obama KNEW.

I Can’t Speak To That’: Biden’s Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre Tells Reporter THREE Times To Go To DOJ When Pressed On Durham’s Bombshell Allegations That Hillary Spied On Trump When He Was President- And That Biden And Obama KNEW

  • White House spokeswoman on Monday referred all questions about Special Counsel John Durham’s investigation to the Department of Justice
  • A new filing suggests the Clinton campaign paid an internet company to access servers at the White House in a search for links between Trump and Russia
  • Three times Karine Jean-Pierre was asked if that amounted to spying
  • And three times she refused to answer. ‘I can’t speak to that,’ she said
  • Durham is investigating the origins of the Trump-Russia probe 

Three times Joe Biden‘s principal deputy press secretary was asked whether the president had any concerns about campaigns hacking into opponents’ computer systems to gather dirt.

And three times during the White House daily briefing Karine Jean-Pierre referred all questions to the Department of Justice.

The tussle followed a new legal filing in Special Counsel John Durham’s probe into the origins of the Russia investigation. It alleged that a tech executive, linked to Clinton’s 2016 campaign, gained access to internet traffic at Trump Tower and the White House with the intention of collecting dirt on Trump.

Trump allies quickly cited it as proof of the former president’s claim he was being illegally spied on and that the Russian collusion tale was a hoax.

The issue was raised at the White House briefing.

Jacqui Heinrich, of Fox News, asked: ‘Does the president have any concerns about a candidate for president using computer experts to infiltrate computer systems of competing candidates – or even the president-elect –  for the goal of creating a narrative … Is that something …’

Jean-Pierre cut her off, saying: ‘That’s something I can’t speak to from this podium so I refer you to the Department of Justice.’

Heinrich tried again: ‘Is what’s been described in that report, monitoring internet traffic, is that spying?’

‘Again I can’t speak to that report. I refer you to the Department of Justice,’ came the response.

Heinrich broadened her question, saying: ‘Generally speaking though, would monitoring internet traffic…’

‘Jacqui, my answer’s not going to change,’ said Jean-Pierre. ‘I refer you to Department of Justice. I can’t speak for that from here.’

The Department of Justice did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary referred questions about Special Counsel John Durham's allegations that Hillary Clinton on allies spied on Trump when he was president to the Department of Justice during the regular White House daily briefing on Monday

White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary referred questions about Special Counsel John Durham’s allegations that Hillary Clinton on allies spied on Trump when he was president to the Department of Justice during the regular White House daily briefing on Monday

Special Counsel John Durham

Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton

Special Counsel John Durham has been tasked with investigating the origins of the investigation into links between Donald Trump and Russian officials. In particular he has focused on claims that the Clinton campaign saw Trump’s ties to Russia as a way of distracting from questions over Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server

The questions have polarized American media.

Rightwing news organizations have accused what they call the ‘mainstream media’ of ignoring an important development.

But some internet experts say the internet data at issue – DNS lookups – are often shared by internet service providers with third parties, and their collection may not be illegal or constitute hacking.

Earlier, Trump era Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe claimed Biden and Barack Obama knew the Clinton campaign was trying to hack into Trump’s servers to try and find links to the Kremlin.

Ratcliffe said former CIA Director John Brennan told Obama and and Vice President Biden in 2016 about allegations Clinton was trying to fabricate Trump’s links to Russia to distract from the scandal over her deleted emails.

The former DNI also told Fox News Digital on Monday there was ‘enough evidence’ to indict ‘multiple people’ in Special Counsel John Durham’s probe into the origins of the Russia investigation into ex-President Donald Trump.

Clinton allegedly approved in the 2016 election ‘a plan concerning U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump and Russian hackers hampering U.S. elections as a means of distracting the public from her use of a private email server,’ according to a CIA Counterintelligence Operational Lead (CIOL) first revealed when a heavily-redacted version became declassified in October 2020.

The September 2016 memo was forwarded from the CIA to the FBI to the attention of then-FBI Director James Comey and then-Deputy Assistant Director of Counterintelligence Peter Strzok.

Trump sent a short statement Monday morning claiming vindication after Durham’s filing apparently revealed Clinton’s plot to link him to Russia.

‘I was proven right about the spying, and I will be proven right about 2020!’ he wrote, insisting his claims of fraud and meddling in the 2020 presidential election will also be confirmed.

‘What did John Brennan tell President Obama in the Oval Office in 2016?’ Fox News’ Bill Hemmer asked Ratcliffe during an interview Monday.

‘Well, I can talk about this because this part has been declassified,’ he prefaced. ‘He briefed President Obama and Vice President Biden and other members of the national security team about this specific intelligence that John Durham now has about a Hillary Clinton plan to falsely accuse and vilify Donald Trump with a scandal, and the discussion around that and whether or not it was good intelligence.’

‘And so everything that happened after that is one of the reasons that John Durham is investigating,’ Ratcliffe added.

‘Those are the issues that John Durham is looking at and I think there will be many more,’ he said. ‘I would expect there to be quite a few more indictments because of that. There wasn’t a proper predicate to begin that investigation and John Durham has said that publicly already.’

DailyMail.com reached out to an Obama spokesperson regarding the alleged briefing but did not get a response.

Former DNI John Ratcliffe told Fox News in a Monday interview that former President Barack Obama and then-VP Joe Biden were briefed by then-CIA Director John Brennan in 2016 about allegations Hillary Clinton was trying to fabricate links between Trump to Russia

Former DNI John Ratcliffe told Fox News in a Monday interview that former President Barack Obama and then-VP Joe Biden were briefed by then-CIA Director John Brennan in 2016 about allegations Hillary Clinton was trying to fabricate links between Trump to Russia

Ratcliffe told Special Counsel John Durham there is 'enough evidence' to indict 'multiple people' connected to the origins of the Trump-Russia probe. He pointed to a declassified memo from September 2016 that Clinton approved a plan looking into Trump colluding with Russian hackers to 'distract the public from her use of a private email server'

Ratcliffe told Special Counsel John Durham there is ‘enough evidence’ to indict ‘multiple people’ connected to the origins of the Trump-Russia probe. He pointed to a declassified memo from September 2016 that Clinton approved a plan looking into Trump colluding with Russian hackers to ‘distract the public from her use of a private email server’

As developments in the case ensued Monday, Clinton posted an image of her young self with husband and former President Bill Clinton with the caption: 'Happy Valentine's Day!'

As developments in the case ensued Monday, Clinton posted an image of her young self with husband and former President Bill Clinton with the caption: ‘Happy Valentine’s Day!’

Brennan was questioned by Special Counsel John Durham’s team for eight hours in August 2020 as part of the ongoing investigation, specifically focusing on whether the former CIA director pushed for a more blunt assessment of Russia’s motivations

Ratcliffe told Durham, sources told Fox News, that the indictments could be connected to Clinton’s lawyers hacking Trump’s servers to try and fabricate ties to his campaign and the Kremlin in order to distract from her own email scandal.

A source familiar with the matter told Fox that Ratcliffe has privately raised concerns regarding the CIOL directing its memo specifically to Comey and Strzok.

Ratcliffe met with Durham more than once and shared his assessment that multiple people can be charged with a crime in the events that ultimately led to Trump’s first impeachment, in which he was acquitted by the Senate.

Before becoming Trump’s director of National Intelligence, Ratcliffe served as U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Texas and after that was a congressman for Texas’ 4th congressional district.

A growing chorus of Democrats believe Clinton should be questioned by Durham for her alleged role in the Russian secret server scandal in a poll conducted before the bombshell revelations that her team spied on Trump’s campaign.

In a poll last month, 66 percent of Democrats wanted Clinton questioned, a whopping 22 percentage points higher than how many in her party demanded a probe last October, according to TechnoMetrica Institute of Policy and Politics (TIPP) research.

From Bill Barr’s confirmation hearing to indictments and the crumbling of the Steele dossier: The timeline of Durham’s investigation leading up to bombshell Hillary claims

May 17, 2017 –  Then-Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein appoints Robert Mueller as special counsel. Among other things, Mueller is directed to investigate ‘any links and/or coordination between the Russian government and individuals associated with’ Trump’s presidential campaign.

January 15, 2019 – Bill Barr first alluded to what would become the Durham investigation in his Senate confirmation hearing. He promised then-Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham he would examine the FBI’s counterintelligence investigation against Donald Trump.

On March 22, 2019 – Mueller closed his special investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election and submitted his final report to Barr.

March 24, 2019 –  Attorney General Barr issued his summary of the report.

March 25, 2019 – Barr met with then-Connecticut Attorney General John Durham. Justice Department records show the two had 18 more meetings and three calls that year.

April 10, 2019 – Barr testified before a Senate Appropriations panel where he announced a review on ‘the genesis and the conduct of intelligence activities directed at the Trump campaign during 2016.’

April 12, 2019 – A top Barr aide spoke with DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz to explain what appeared to be the start of Durham’s probe.

May 13, 2019 – It became public that Barr tapped Durham to probe issues related to the origins of the FBI’s Trump-Russia investigation.

May 23, 2019 – Trump said Barr asked him to direct intelligence officials to cooperate with the probe into surveillance during the 2016 election.’ Trump authorized Barr to declassify and downgrade information related to the probe.

July 25, 2019 – Trump held his infamous phone call with Ukraine’s Volodymyr Zelensky, revealing Trump may have referred to the Durham probe when he asked Kyiv for help and insisted Zelensky speak with Barr and Rudy Giuliani.

October 19, 2019 – Two articles came out indicating Durham interviewed two dozen FBI officials.

October 24, 2019 – The New York Times broke the news that the Durham inquiry was now a criminal investigation.

December 2019 – Durham was revealed to be examining the role of the Obama-era CIA director John Brennan in how the intelligence community assessed Russia’s 2016 election interference.

April 2020 – Durham’s probe proceeded despite the pandemic.

April 10, 2020 – Barr said Durham’s ‘primary focus… is looking to bring to justice people who are engaged in abuses if he can show that they were criminal violations.’

April 24, 2020 – Probe shifted to looking at leaks within the Trump administration that prompted chaos in his early years.

May 18, 2020 – Barr said during a press conference that neither Obama nor Biden was the focus of Durham’s criminal probe.

September 2021 – Durham issued new set of subpoenas, including to a law firm with close ties to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign.

September 17, 2021 – Cybersecurity lawyer Michael Sussmann pleaded not guilty in federal court. He was indicted for lying to the FBI in a 2016 meeting where he shared information related to ties between the Trump Organization and Russia’s Alfa Bank. He said he wasn’t working for a client but was hired by Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.

November 2021 – Durham charged Russian-born analyst Igor Danchenko with lying to the FBI in fabricating a sources for the Steele dossier. He pleaded not guilty to five counts of making false statements to a federal agent.

February 11, 2022 – Durham filing reveals Clinton paid tp have Trump Tower and White House servers hacked to ‘fabricate’ ties between Trump and Russia.

February 2022 – Trump-era Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe reveals Durham thinks there is ‘enough evidence’ to indict ‘several more people.’ He also said Obama and Biden were briefed on the Clinton revelations in 2016.

The number of Democrats who want 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton questioned by Special Counsel John Durham over the Russia secret server scandal has jumped in recent months

The number of Democrats who want 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton questioned by Special Counsel John Durham over the Russia secret server scandal has jumped in recent months

The amount of Republicans demanding answers is also swelling, rising to 91 percent in January from 80 percent last October.  Among the independent crowd, those wanting the former secretary of state probed rose to 74 percent from 65 percent.

Both polls were completed before Special Counsel John Durham last week released a bombshell report that claimed Clinton’s campaign team tried to spy on former president Trump’s computer servers in a failed attempt to tie him to Russia.

Clinton, 74, is being accused of hiring a tech term to ‘infiltrate’ servers at Trump Tower and the White House during the 2016 campaign.

The New Jersey-based polling company surveyed 1,308 Americans.

According to a recently-released filing from Durham, the aim was to try and smear Trump by linking him to Russia. Clinton’s campaign repeatedly accused Trump of using a secret server to communicate with Russians, although the claim has never been proven.

Durham was appointed by then-Attorney General William Barr to serve as the Special Counsel for the United States Department of Justice in October 2020, while Trump was president.

He continues to investigate a case that is sure to anger supporters of the 45th president.

Tweets from the 2016 presidential campaign resurfaced Sunday and show how Clinton promoted unproven reports that Trump conspired with the Russians.

While running for the nation’s highest office, Clinton pushed the narrative that Trump was secretly communicating with Russians via the country’s Alfa Bank.

‘Computer scientists have apparently uncovered a covert server linking the Trump Organization to a Russian-based bank,’ she tweeted on October 31, 2016 while sharing a statement from her then-special policy advisor Jake Sullivan – who is now Biden’s National Security adviser.

‘This secret hotline may be the key to unlocking the mystery of Trump’s ties to Russia,’ the statement said. ‘It certainly seems the Trump Organization felt it had something to hide, given that it apparently took steps to conceal the link when it was discovered by journalists.’

In another tweet, published the same day, Clinton said: ‘It’s time for Trump to answer serious questions about his ties to Russia’.

She also promoted a Slate article that questioned whether Trump was really using a secret server to communicate with allies abroad.

Clinton included in her tweet a box that reiterated claims that such a server existed, and that it was being used to ‘communicate privately with a Putin-tied Russian bank called Alfa Bank.’

‘When a reporter asked about it, they shut it down,’ the tweet said. ‘One week later, they created a different server with a different name for the same purpose.

Durham’s motion filed on Friday looked at potential conflicts of interest with regard to former Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann, who has been charged with making a false statement to a federal agent. Sussmann has pleaded not guilty to the charge.

'Computer scientists have apparently uncovered a covert server linking the Trump Organization to a Russian-based bank,' she tweeted on October 31, 2016 while sharing a statement from her then-special policy advisor Jake Sullivan

‘Computer scientists have apparently uncovered a covert server linking the Trump Organization to a Russian-based bank,’ she tweeted on October 31, 2016 while sharing a statement from her then-special policy advisor Jake Sullivan

 

In another tweet, Clinton said: ‘It’s time for Trump to answer serious questions about his ties to Russia’

Donald Trump said Sunday that the revelation is a bigger scandal and crime than Watergate, which saw the eventual resignation of then-President Richard Nixon

Donald Trump said Sunday that the revelation is a bigger scandal and crime than Watergate, which saw the eventual resignation of then-President Richard Nixon

Clinton lost the 2016 election to 45th president Donald Trump, who was accused of using secret servers to communicate with Russian allies

Clinton lost the 2016 election to 45th president Donald Trump, who was accused of using secret servers to communicate with Russian allies

The Steele dossier ‘source’, an attorney linked to Hillary and a lawyer in Mueller’s probe: The accusations in Durham’s investigation

HILLARY CLINTON 

A recently revealed filing from Special Counsel John Durham alleged Hillary Clinton paid a lawyer to infiltrate Trump Tower and White House servers in the 2016 campaign and after. It claims she was seeking to fabricate a link between Trump and Russia’ Alfa Bank to distract from her email scandal at the time.

Igor Danchenko

Igor Danchenko

IGOR DANCHENKO

The 43-year-old Russian-born analyst was arrested in November 2021 in Virginia by federal agents assigned to Durham’s special counsel and charged with five counts of lying to FBI agents about the sources he used in collecting information for Michael Steele, who is identified in the indictment only as ‘UK Person-1’.

Danchenko was the primary researcher for Steele’s opposition research dossier alleging that Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign conspired with Russia in a covert operation to beat Clinton. He also informed Steele that Russia had the infamous ‘golden showers’ tape that could be used to blackmail Trump.

Michael Sussmann

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Michael Sussmann

MICHAEL SUSSMANN 

In September 2021, Durham indicted the cybersecurity lawyer, accusing him of lying to the FBI during a September 2016 conversation when relaying concerns about potentially suspicious cyber contacts between a Trump Organization server and the server of a Russian bank.

When bringing the concerns to then-FBI general counsel James Baker, the indictment alleged that Sussmann lied and said he was not representing a client when he was actually hired by Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign

Sussmann has pleaded not guilty and his lawyers have claimed the case is driven by politics.

Michael Sussman

Kevin Clinesmith

KEVIN CLINESMITH

The first criminal charges in Durham’s probe were against Kevin Clinesmith, an FBI attorney assigned to the Robert Mueller probe.

Clinesmith, 38, pleaded guilty to altering an email during the process of acquiring a wiretap warrant renewal on former FBI lawyer Lisa Page.

He was sentenced to probation.

JOHN BRENNAN

 The Obama-era CIA Director was questioned by Durham’s team for eight hours in August 2020 as part of the ongoing investigation. Specifically the special counsel was interested in whether Brennan pushed for a more blunt assessment of Russia’s motivations

Trump-era Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe said Monday that Brennan did brief then President Barack Obama and Vice President at the time Joe Biden in 2016 about the allegations Clinton was trying to ‘fabricate’ a link between Trump and Russia.

Rodney Joffe

Rodney Joffe

RODNEY JOFFE 

While a ‘key player’ in the Durham investigation, Rodney Joffe is not officially indicted or accused of any wrongdoing as of yet. He is, however, referred to as ‘Tech Executive-1’ in Sussmann’s indictment for allegedly lying to the FBI by withholding his connections to Clinton’s 2016 campaign.

The indictment for Sussmann notes that Joffe ‘retained Sussman as his lawyer’ in February 2015 in connection with an unspecified ‘matter involving an agency of the US government.’

The former chief investigator of the Trump-Russia probe for the House Intelligence Committee, Kash Patel, said Friday’s filing ‘definitively showed the Hillary Clinton campaign directly funded and ordered its lawyers at Perkins Coie to orchestrate a criminal enterprise to fabricate a connection between President Trump and Russia,’ Fox News reported.

‘Per Durham, this arrangement was put in motion in July of 2016, meaning the Hillary Clinton campaign and her lawyers masterminded the most intricate and coordinated conspiracy against Trump when he was both a candidate and later president of the United States while simultaneously perpetuating the bogus Steele Dossier hoax,’ Patel told Fox.

Trump in a statement Sunday likened the alleged spying to the infamous Watergate scandal, which brought down Richard Nixon.

‘What Hillary Clinton and the Radical Left Democrats did with respect to spying on a President of the United States, even while in office, is a far bigger crime than Watergate,’ Trump said.

‘It will be interesting to see how it was covered by the media and what Mitch McConnell and the RINOs will be doing about it. This is an insult to the Republican Party, but a far greater insult to our Nation.’

Trump on Saturday unleashed a furious broadside claiming that Team Clinton’s behavior would once have merited execution, after Durham made a court filing explaining the alleged hack.

He said: ‘In a stronger period of time in our country, this crime would have been punishable by death. In addition, reparations should be paid to those in our country who have been damaged by this.’

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