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August 10, 2019

Epstein’s Death May Cover for DDT’s Undocumented Workers

Last week, ICE arrested hundreds of undocumented immigrants at seven Mississippi plants on the first day of school, leaving their children homeless and at the mercy of townspeople’s charity. One question raised by ICE’s actions is why employers aren’t arrested. Only five companies have been prosecuted for hiring undocumented immigrants in the past 30 months despite ICE’s fervent attacks on their workers. None of these cases occurred from April 2018 to March 2019 although Dictator Donald Trump (DDT) said that making employers comply with immigration and labor laws is a top priority. In 2017, the DOJ began settlements from prosecution with seven, recently a $60,000 civil fine against a strawberry farm in Florida.

One current reason for reluctance in charging companies might be that DDT’s company hires undocumented workers. The investigation from the Washington Post found no evidence of ICE audits or raids at DDT’s properties in the recent past, either before or after he ran for president. The drop in corporate immigration cases has coincided with an overall drop in white-collar enforcement. White-collar crime prosecutions hit a historic low in January and are on track to be down six percent this year than fiscal 2018 and 30 percent below five years ago.

DDT’s company has relied in private on workers without legal immigration status even as Trump denounced such immigrants in public. For almost 20 years, workers who came into the United States illegally have built rock walls, waterfalls, fountains, and other features at his winery and golf courses from New York to Florida. And they are still employed for this work; supervisors tell them how to get false identity documents. Once the word got out last year about how permanent employees at golf courses were undocumented, 18 of them were fired. But the construction crew has stayed the same. The Trump Organization is still not listed for E-Verify for new hires.

According to industry officials, the Trump Organization has an advantage over competitors at a time of low employment because they are less likely to complain or change jobs if they are treated poorly. Some of them are sent hundreds of miles away from their homes for months to different jobs. DDT’s undocumented construction crew was started by stonemason Frank Sanzo when DDT’s bought a country club in foreclosure that required extensive masonry work. Sanzo told the crew to buy false Social Security numbers and green cards to put into the Trump Organization files. When labor union officials visited the construction site, Sanzo told the immigrant crew to hide until they left. 

During DDT’s campaign, one of his executives registered the construction crew under a new legal name, Mobile Payroll Construction. Nothing changed except for the name signing the paychecks. Mobile never scrutinized the workers’ immigration status. The company accepted an “individual Tax Identification Number” from the IRS for proof of legal status, although employers are told that these are insufficient. The government requires immigration and identity documents that “reasonably appear to be genuine.” DDT used in-house workers to avoid permitting costs for projects. Employees also did not receive health insurance, overtime wages, and other benefits.

DDT’s employment of undocumented workers:

  • They have been employed at a minimum of five golf courses, for 17 years at one club.
  • Despite denial, supervisors knew about the workers’ undocumented status.
  • know about their status?
  • DDT may have known about the undocumented status, but the Trump Organization and the White House refuse to answer questions about what he knows. He did say that “probably every club in the United States has [undocumented workers because it’s] a way that people did business.”
  • DDT claims his company is using E-Verify, a voluntary federal system that allows employers to quickly check the immigration status of new hires. Only three of his golf courses were listed as enrolled in E-Verify as of 2019; now all 12 of his golf courses are listed.

The New York state attorney general’s office is collecting information on DDT’s undocumented employees through interviews with a focus on wage-and-labor-law violations. New Jersey is doing the same thing. A wall might not have stopped DDT’s undocumented workers from coming into the country.

Mar-a-Lago‘s large number of foreign cooks, wait people, and housekeepers are legal. DDT claims no one in the United States will do the work, but he fights immigrants coming into the country because they take jobs from U.S. citizens. The fault lies not with the people who come to the country but with the wealthy business owners who exploit workers.

For the second year, farm workers and their supporters marched 14 miles in 90-degree heat through Washington state berry fields in protest to widespread abuse of agricultural labor. DDT is deporting laborers who have lived and worked here for years—like the ones in Mississippi—and replacing them with H-2A visa guest workers in another form of exploitation. That program was popular in 1954 when growers brought in 450,000 temporary workers and the country deported over a million people. It was abolished in 1964, but the H-2A visa was never eliminated.

Workers who can’t pick enough crops to satisfy the ever-needy corporations are threatened with deportation and sometimes don’t receive wages. Marchers held a moment of silence for Honesto Sila Ibarra, an H-2A guest worker who died after he was forced to return to work in the fields after he collapsed. A lawsuit against Ibarra’s employer, Sarbanand Farms, quoted a supervisor as saying that workers were told to work “unless they were on their death bed.”

By law, growers can bring in guest workers only if no local workers are available after the company advertisers. Another lawsuit against a Washington labor recruiter and a large winery charges that H-2A programs replaced local farmworkers after horrible working conditions discouraged locals from employment. Mercer Canyons, the company, settled by paying workers $545,000 and attorneys’ fees.

DDT claims that illegal immigration is a national crisis and lowers wages for people in the U.S. In his State of the Union speech this year, he said:

“Tolerance for illegal immigration is not compassionate. It is cruel.”

DDT’s Labor Department proposed rule changes on July 26 to make the H-2A program cheaper and easier for growers to use because employers would not need to offer jobs to local farmworkers. Proposed rules also allow multiple growers to move workers from job to job in crews that help contractors to avoid local workers. Another advantage for employers—and disadvantage for workers—is for growers to self-inspect housing, which can be terrible. Ten percent of farm workers who are Washington residents live outdoors in a car or tent, and another 20 percent live in garages, shacks, or “in places not intended to serve as bedrooms.”

The new rule would also allow employers to save $80 million a year by forcing H-2A workers to pay for transportation costs from their homes to where they work instead of from the U.S. border. Growers also save millions with a complicated change in calculating minimum wages to not undercut wages of resident farm labor by eliminating standards for piece rates cuts hourly wages by $6.  

Once again the media has been diverted from DDT’s possible crimes with the death of Jeffrey Epstein, 66, in his jail cell. He was incarcerated on charges of sexually abusing dozens of young girls—many of them underage—in the early 2000s, crimes that former Labor Secretary Alex Acosta covered up to stop an FBI investigation. Law enforcement said Epstein was found hanging in his cell in what the Bureau of Prisons called an “apparent suicide.” The New York City ME is investigating the death.

Two weeks ago, Epstein was found unconscious in his cell with marks around his neck, but he was taken off suicide watch after a week. People close to Epstein consider a homicide because he had been in good spirits. The death came less than a day after the court unsealed a large number of documents about his activities and people who may have observed them. The lawyer representing two alleged victims plans to file a civil lawsuit against Epstein’s estate and called for his executors to freeze the estate assets. Epstein stayed in the same federal facility as Paul Manafort, drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, and the 1993 World Trade Center Bombing mastermind Ramzi Ahmed Yousef while they waited for trials.

AG Bill Barr has promised an investigation by his inspector general, in addition to the FBI investigation, into Epstein’s death, guaranteeing more media distraction from DDT’s crimes. At the same time, conspiracy theories are rolling: DDT retweeted a post blaming the death on Hillary Clinton and her husband, President Bill Clinton. The tweeter has no evidence, but these theories trended today.

Another man who preyed on underage girls,  self-described anarchist Cody Wilson, escaped a charge of felony sexual assault by pleading guilty to injury to a child. He stays out of prison but must register as a sex offender for seven years. During that time, he cannot own a firearm. Wilson had downloaded gun designs for 3-D printers to give criminals untraceable weapons. A judge had blocked Wilson from uploading the blueprints, but Wilson distributed his blueprints in other ways such as selling the files with the consumer determining the price. 

July 17, 2019

GOP Stays Quiet about Racism or Sees It as a Strategy

Today is the fifth day that the racism of Dictator Donald Trump (DDT) has been on full display and consumed media coverage. Yesterday was the 50th anniversary of a man walking on the moon; today is the day that DDT promoted rally chants of “send her back” after five days of racist remarks that began with calling on four women of color congressional members—all residents of the United States and three born in the United States—to go back to their country. Once again, DDT looks for shiny objects to divert people from his illegal activities and push his supporters to more vile reactions toward his campaign philosophy of supremacy of white people.

If the media weren’t focused on DDT’s opposition to people of color in the nation, they might be pointing out that tomorrow is the bail hearing for child molester and trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, close associate of DDT in the past and let off by DDT’s former Labor Secretary Alex Acosta. (Video of DDT and Epstein at DDT’s party with 28 NFL cheerleaders.)

Tomorrow is also the day that a judge has required federal prosecutors to release information about a probe into DDT’s business role in hush money payments to women who claimed affairs with DDT. No one other than DDT’s former fixer Michael Cohen is being charged, and DDT’s current fixer, AG Bill Barr, has tried to hide the materials discovered in the probe about other people involved in the payoff. Cohen had implicated DDT in the payoff to help him with his presidential campaign. The investigation closed down soon after Barr took the position leading what should be an independent judicial agency. 

In another buried news article, DDT’s deficit for the past year will go over $1 trillion because of tax cuts after he promised to eliminate the debt. 

DDT’s started his war last Saturday when he tweeted that four women of color in the U.S. House should “go back [to] totally broken and crime infested places from which they came.” Those would be New York, Detroit, and Cincinanti—places he described as having “governments [that] are a complete and total catastrophe, the worst, most corrupt and inept anywhere in the world (if they even have a functioning government at all).” In his attacks, DDT has also re-united what some people believe to be a fractured Democratic party instead of diverting people from his own “crime infested” corruption.

Rep. Ilhan Omar (R-MN), whose family fled civil war-torn Somalia when she was a child and became a citizen when she was a teenager, recently introduced an amendment passed in the House requiring that the U.S. military provide Congress the cost and the supposed national security benefits of all foreign bases and operations. Like other members of Congress, she has pointed out the control of Israel over the United States that DDT has promoted.

Republicans stayed silent about DDT’s tweets for a day, but Fox & Friends’ hosts praised his comments, laughed, and called DDT “comedian in chief.” Facing media criticism about his racist comments, DDT doubled down to repeat that the women from the United States should go back to their own country. Asked by Fox’s John Roberts about his common cause from white nationalist groups for his message, DDT said he had no concern “because many people agree with me.” The statement, made during an event to highlight U.S. manufacturing, followed DDT’s tweets calling on the Democratic women of color in Congress to apologize for their “foul language & racist hatred.” DDT also accused Pelosi of making “a very racist statement” after she said he wanted to “make America white again.” After DDT started his racist war, GOP approval went up five points while his approval rating stayed at 41 percent because independent support dropped from 40 to 30 percent. 

Forced by publicity to comment on DDT, Republicans had a variety of responses—negating what was in the tweets and saying that DDT’s statement were “clearly not racist.” VP Mike Pence’s chief of staff, Marc Short, said that DDT couldn’t be racist because he appointed a Chinese American woman—Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s (R-KY) wife—as transportation secretary, a woman whose ethically-challenged connections have personally benefitted DDT. New acting Citizenship and Immigration Services director Ken Cuccinelli couldn’t explain why DDT’s tweets were not racist, but Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC), changing his position that DDT engaged in “race-baiting” and was “xenophobic” now that he is running for re-election, went full-bore on Fox & Friends:

“We all know that AOC and this crowd are a bunch of communists. They hate Israel. They hate our own country. They’re calling the guards along our border—Border Patrol agents—concentration camp guards. They accuse people who support Israel of doing it for the Benjamins. They’re anti-Semitic. They’re anti-America.”

Most of the strongest statements from Republicans about DDT were that the tweets were “inappropriate” and “really uncalled for.” GOP senators up for re-election in 2020 went to their corners by Tuesday: 

  • McConnell declared that DDT is not a racist but “political rhetoric has gotten … overheated.”
  • Martha McSally (AZ) had no comment.
  • Cory Gardner (CO) didn’t go farther than disagreeing with DDT’s language.
  • Joni Ernst (IA) agreed that DDT’s comments were racist. (Iowa is turning blue.)
  • Susan Collins (ME), in trouble after her votes after her votes for Justice Brett Kavanaugh and the tax reform bill in a state turning blue, said the tweets were “way over the line” and should be deleted.
  • Thomas Tillis (NC) doesn’t know anything about DDT/s tweets but look at the economy.
  • David Perdue (GA) said Monday it was “outrageous” to describe Trump’s language as racist, arguing “of course they’re not racist.”

Questioned about what country DDT meant when he told the congressional women of color to return, White House aide Kellyanne Conway asked Jewish reporter Andrew Feinberg what his ethnicity is. Feinberg said that it wasn’t relevant, but she declared it is and lied that DDT said “originally” before she launched into “America” first.” Underlying questions about “ethnicity” are insinuations that people are from another country, possibly loyal to a foreign government and usually inferior people.  Before asking about Feinberg’s ethnicity, Conway called the four women of color who DDT attacked, “the dark underbelly” of the United States. She added that the DDT team isn’t racist, they’re just “sick and tired” of “dark” Americans.

In the House, 187 Republicans voted to support racism while all Democrats, four Republicans (including the sole black GOP House member), and one newly-announced independent supported a censure resolution to condemn DDT’s racist tweets and statements against four representatives. Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA) failed to have House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-CA) description of DDT’s statements as racist removed from the House record. Rep. Sean Duffy (R-WI) earlier called the four women “anti-American.” Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN), who filed the censure resolution, compared DDT to the racist slave-holding President Andrew Jackson who “led to the Trail of Tears against Native American Indians.” Jackson was also censured for withholding documents about his defunding the Bank of the United States.

Racism is the belief in one race’s superiority over another that results in discrimination against someone of a different race or ethnicity. People who think that DDT is not a racist should read about his history. And all the racism he’s exhibited since his inauguration. Nicholas Kristoff describes how every bone in DDT’s body is racist.

According to an interview with the Daily Mail, DDT takes pride in his racism and told the reporter that he isn’t “unhappy” about the events that led to the censure resolution. He repeatedly says that what the four women have done is so horrible he can’t even tell people about their actions. His behavior in this event may be mild, compared to what will happen before the 2020 election. To keep people from thinking that DDT suffers from a lack of filter on his language, a symptom of dementia, his supporters and campaign strategists have stopped defending DDT as not racist and now argue that it’s a clever move to connect all Democrats to the four women’s progressive politics. Not all GOP consultants agree.

DDT may need to direct media attention toward his racist comments because his highly touted immigrant deportations last Sunday came to nothing. The media almost ignored DDT’s announced mass deportations last Sunday that showed few removals, perhaps because the fear and terror from his announcement resulted in an extensive “Know Your Rights” educational campaign. An internet search shows almost no articles about the deportations since Sunday when they were supposed to go into effect. On Monday, he lied when he said that ICE was focusing on violent criminals. Many people who voted for him now know that he lied about targeting ony dangerous people.

People vote not for what they want but for who they are. DDT supporters don’t care if they lose their health care, pay more taxes to support the rich, and lose clean air and food. They support a racist no matter what—that’s who they are.

July 12, 2019

Acosta Gone, Barr Protects DDT

Labor Secretary Alex Acosta failed to survive the scandal surrounding the Acosta’s extremely light sentence for Jeffrey Epstein when he was a U.S. AG in Florida over a decade ago. Dictator Donald Trump (DDT) announced Acosta’s “resignation” today, effective in a week. For DDT, it’s a win-win: he looks tough, and he can put in an acting secretary who will be far harder against labor than Acosta has been. Acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney wanted Acosta gone to get rid of more regulations.

DDT, the man who promised to “drain the swamp,” has the most Cabinet secretaries lost to corruption and other ethics concerns during the first term of any presidency, showing his nepotism, self-dealing, lax oversight, and choice of lobbyists who oppose the policies of their agencies. Ronald Reagan had some struggles: his EPA director Anne Gorsuch, a Supreme Court justice’s mother, was found in contempt of Congress for refusal to release records about Superfund money misuse, and his interior secretary James Watt mocked diversity in a U.S. chamber of Commerce speech and lied about his influence-peddling as a lobbyist. Acosta makes the fifth “resigned” Cabinet secretary from ethics issues, joining Tom Price (HHS), Scott Pruitt (EPA), David Shulkin (VA), and Ryan Zinke (Interior). DDT’s replacements for the four are all former lobbyists or corporate executives for the industries they now oversee. Other appointments have been withdrawn because of more ethics problems: Andy Puzder (Labor) for labor violations and spousal abuse; and Ronny Jackson (VA) for misconduct and mismanagement. Another remaining three Cabinet members—Ben Carson (HUD), Elaine Chao (Transportation), and David Bernhardt (Interior)—face ethical problems.  

Acosta’s replacement, deputy secretary Patrick Pizzella who was former lobbyist for overseas sweatshops, will add to DDT’s stable of ethically-challenged lobbyists in his Cabinet. In the late 1990s, he worked with Jack Abranoff, whose 21 convictions led to reforms in lobbying laws, for a Russian front group, the government of the Marshall Islands, and a trade association opposing a minimum wage in a U.S. commonwealth. 

The DOJ is still protecting DDT in the case of his friend, hedge fund billionaire Jeffrey Epstein, again arrested for sex trafficking after DDT’s Labor Secretary Alex Costa, then U.S. AG in Florida, let Epstein off in 2008. Or maybe DDT is protecting himself; in 2016, the BBC released a documentary accusing DDT of “predatory” behavior toward teenage girls, some underage, by model Barbara Pilling. In an earlier court filing, Epstein said, “I want to set up my modeling agency the same way Trump set up his modeling agency.” More support for Epstein has come from DDT’s DOJ. The involvement of AG Bill Barr to exonerate Epstein could indicate wrongdoing by DDT. More background on Epstein.

Barr’s recusal from the Epstein case didn’t last long. Originally recusing himself from the New York sex trafficking case because of his work at the law firm Kirkland and Ellis lawyer representing Epstein, Barr changed his mind and will only recuse himself from an investigation of Labor Secretary Alex Acosta’s involvement in Epstein’s Florida plea deal. At least for now. He has said nothing about his family connection with Epstein. In 1973, Barr’s father hired Epstein, then 20 and without any college degree, to teach calculus and physics teacher at the prestigious Dalton School. Epstein went on to amass a fortune under the mentorship of a student’s father, Bear Stearns’ chairman Alan “Ace” Greenberg, and Barr’s father, Donald Barr, resigned a year later under pressure from the school’s board of trustees after Headmaster Barr morphed a “humanistic, progressive” school into one with “discipline and authoritarian rule.” The headmaster was irritated by the board’s hiring an outside committee to evaluate the school and its operation.

Epstein is surrounded by many of the rich and famous: Prince Andrew; Woody Allen; Mort Zuckerman, owner and publisher of the U.S. News and World Report who partnered with Epstein to develop the gossip publication Radar; Leslie Wexner, the chairman of Limited Brands which owns lingerie store Victoria’s Secret; Ken Starr, who led the impeachment of Bill Clinton and played a “significant part” in Epstein’s plea deal; and Larry Summers, former Harvard president and secretary of the treasury. Woody Allen’s play Manhattan, released a few years after Epstein left Dalton, is about an affair between a 17-year-old Dalton school student and an older man.

Questioning people wonder if DDT told Barr to unrecuse himself as he did with AG Jeff Sessions about the Russia investigation and Hillary Clinton issues. Another reason for Barr to withdraw his recusal is DDT’s interest in using Bill Clinton’s ties to Epstein for campaign fodder, something that Barr can more easily do if he doesn’t recuse himself. DDT may have other involvements in the case against Epstein.

In Acosta’s secret arrangement with Epstein, victims were not notified about plea agreement, and an email from Jay Lefkowitz, Epstein, thanked Acosta for not telling them. In February 2019, U.S. District Judge Kenneth Marra ruled that the government’s agreement violated federal law, specifically the “Crime Victims’ Rights Act,” which could nullify the 2008 settlement. The judge also asked that Acosta apologize; he has not publicly commented on the case, even during his resignation comments.  

As Labor Secretary, Acosta drastically cut funding from his agency to fight sexual exploitation of children from $68 million to $18.5 million. He also tried to cover his support for Epstein by asking women to come forward, and 14 women have accused Epstein of sexual assault and sex trafficking since he was arrested on July 6. Federal prosecutors revealed that he paid $350,000 to two people days after a published investigation in a Miami newspaper last November to buy off possible witnesses, one of them a co-conspirator in the deal that Epstein made. Defense lawyers are trying to get Epstein released on bail with the claim that he has been law-abiding for 14 years.

Earlier when  Epstein pled not guilty, his defense lawyer Reid Weingarten asked for bail because there was no rape: “no violence, no coercion, no intimidation, no deception.” Answering the judge about the girls being under 18, Weingarten said that would make it “statutory rape” before he claimed he was having a “senior moment,” that lack of penetration would not constitute rape at all. He also complained that it was only “prostitution,” not “sex trafficking,” although girls were transported from Florida to New York. Epstein is staying in jail without bail until July 15.

Acosta’s slap on Epstein’s wrist may be used against Epstein in his upcoming prosecution. Juries usually cannot hear about a defendant’s prior convictions, but one exception to this rule is criminal cases involving “child molestation.” As part of his Florida agreement, Epstein pled guilty to a state charge of solicitation of minors to engage in prostitution. Prosecutors may be able to use the legal trove of documentary evidence found in his Manhattan apartment—notes, call records between Epstein and his accomplices with victims, and “an extraordinary volume of photographs of nude and partially nude young women or girls.”

The New Yorker Magazine reported that Epstein’s “business” might be a blackmail scheme implicating many of his friends. A billionaire hedge-fund manager said that he knew no one who had investigated in Epstein’s so-called hedge funds.

In another effort to protect DDT, Barr plans to investigate the FBI’s investigation of Russian collusion in the 2016 election. Barr presented this political question, throwing it out like red meat to DDT supporters:

“How did the bogus narrative begin that Trump was essentially in cahoots with Russia to interfere with the U.S. election?”

The FBI had credible evidence that led to suspicions and questions—no “bogus” and no “narrative.” From the Washington Post:

“This is a guy who sounds like he developed strong feelings long ago—before, even he has admitted, he was privy to all the information—that the collusion investigation was unfounded and launched for suspicious purposes. And his commentary to this day is consistently uncharitable to the law enforcement personnel who serve beneath him. We didn’t need another reason to question Bill Barr and the integrity of his work, but he’s given us one anyway.”

Afraid of special investigator Robert Mueller testifying before the House, Barr is smearing the process and encouraging special investigator Mueller to back out of his appearance on July 17. Barr has failed: Mueller postponed his appearance before the House committee for a week in order to allow more time for questioning.

DOJ investigators interviewed Christopher Steele, the former British spy who prepared the dossier that DDT’s supporters falsely claimed instigated the Robert Mueller probe, for 16 hours last month and found his testimony credible and surprising. Steele’s hiring by Fusion GPS developed out of a attempt, initially contracted by conservative political website The Washington Free Beacon, to obtain opposition research on DDT and other Republican presidential candidates to benefit candidate Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX). According to DOJ investigators—who were looking for dirt on Dems—Steele provided new and important information that fails to support Barr’s desire to smear the FBI.

DDT may further protect himself by getting rid of Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, one of the few ethical official left in the administration, “sooner rather than later.” Although DDT can’t get rid of the office, he wants to “downsize” it. A possible replacement is Fred Fleitz, former chief of staff to John Bolton. A rabid Islamophobe, Fleitz is president and CEO for the far-right, anti-Muslim “think tank,” the conspiratorial Center for Security Policy. Fleitz believes that mosques are responsible for over 80 percent of U.S. violence and subversion.

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