Monday, December 23, 2019

Exclusive Inside the Mueller Investigation:
Journalist Daphne Barak Reveals the Truth About Key Witness

Despite Two Guilty Pleas, Rick Gates’ Testimony Never Changed: "There was NO Russian collusion!"

NOTE: Daphne can talk about her exclusive interview with key Mueller Investigation figure Rick Gates, the Horowitz IG report, the Durham Investigation, and impeachment.

In her new book, TO PLEA OR NOT TO PLEA: The Story of Rick Gates and the Mueller Investigation, journalist Daphne Barak exposes the behind-the-scenes saga of one of the key witnesses of the Mueller Investigation - Trump campaign official and onetime business partner of Paul Manafort, Rick Gates. Barak uncovers why Gates pled guilty and reveals the lasting repercussions of the ordeal. 

Renowned International journalist Daphne Barak's new book is the FIRST INSIDE REPORT of the Robert Mueller investigation. It is the story of key witness Rick Gates, and what made him decide to cut a plea deal - how difficult it was to reach this crucial decision - yet how even more difficult it became after his decision. Barak was filming with Gates while he was being investigated and describes how Gates and others (like Mike Flynn) did not have any choice from the moment Mueller and his team put enormous pressure on them to plea and collaborate.

In To Plea or Not to Plea, Barak recounts Gates' trajectory from the 2016 campaign trail, to President Trump's inauguration, and then to more than 450 hours of relentless interrogation by Special Counsel investigators. Ultimately, Barak paints an unforgettable picture of the lengths to which Mueller's team would go in their attempts to prove a non-existent international conspiracy.

To Plea or Not to Plea describes:

·    How Gates was tormented for 118 days before he was forced to take the deal;

·    How the plea deal is one-sided;

·    How Gates and others did not completely understand that the judge may not accept the Mueller team's recommendation regarding them, even if they had fully collaborated;

·    How the deal has no timeline; and

·    How they would be asked to continue collaborating indefinitely.

Barak goes behind the scenes of the special counsel's hunt for Russia collusion, using the Mueller probe's star witness as her subject. She reveals the fallout from his decision and how Gates became the property of the special counsel's office - forced to be "on call" day and night. In the end, Rick Gates was sentenced for 45 days, 300 hours of community service, a fine of $20,000, 3 years probation and he is required to continue assisting in "ongoing investigations."

Author Daphne Barak is an Israeli-American documentary filmmaker, author, journalist and celebrity-interviewer. She has conducted a wide range of sit-down interviews with heads of state, royals, Hollywood stars, musicians, athletes, artist, and newsmakers. Her television specials and print exclusives are distributed in all leading outlets and throughout many countries around the world.

Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Terror in the Cradle of Liberty By Ilya Feoktistov

TERROR in the Cradle of Liberty
How Boston Became a Center for Islamic Extremism
By Ilya I. Feoktistov

Ilya I. Feoktistov - the Executive Director of Americans for Peace and Tolerance, a Boston-based national security non-profit organization that investigates and confronts threats to civil society in America - has written a new book, TERROR in the Cradle of Liberty: How Boston Became a Center for Islamic Extremism, which describes how a foreign Islamist organization with ties to terror has built a mega-mosque in Boston, which it funded largely with Saudi money, in order to radicalize Boston's historically-moderate Muslim community. 

TERROR in the Cradle of Liberty documents the rise since the 1960s of Islamist networks within New England's historically moderate and century-old Muslim community. It contains a detailed and personal account of the efforts by concerned Massachusetts citizens since 2002 to expose and counter the influence of Islamist networks in New England - even as establishment Jewish, political, and law enforcement leaders in the Bay State have decided to embrace these networks as interfaith and community allies.

In TERROR in the Cradle of Liberty, you'll learn: 

·    The ideology preached at the mega-mosque, known as ISBCC;

·    Who is behind this mega-mosque;

·    The violent terrorists associated with the ISB mosques;

·    How the Boston Marathon bombers are connected to the ISB; and

·    Why Boston's leaders are allowing this.

TERROR in the Cradle of Liberty tries to describe why Boston's leaders welcomed this radical Islamic organization into Boston with open arms, while refusing to tell the public what they knew about its connections to terrorism. Partly out of "wokeness," and partly due to good old-fashioned Boston corruption, Boston's leaders have failed shockingly in this matter.

In April of 2002, a mosque in Cambridge, MA, run by the Islamic Society of Boston (ISB) posted an appeal on its website: "Chechen refugee family needs temporary place to live until they complete their permanent refugee status in the U.S... Husband has good business knowledge, auto-mechanic experience and construction."

Contrary to the Islamic Society of Boston's claims, taken at face value by most media, that the Tsarnaev brothers only briefly and occasionally attended its Cambridge mosque over the year or so before they bombed the Boston Marathon, the Tsarnaevs were already involved with the ISB in April of 2002 - the month that they arrived in the United States. The family, which was not religious when it arrived in America, began regularly praying at the ISB mosque and turned increasingly fundamentalist. This fits an alarming pattern: Since 9/11, fourteen leaders and members of the ISB have either been imprisoned, killed by law enforcement, or declared fugitives for their involvement in Islamic terrorism.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Ilya I. Feoktistov is the Executive Director of Americans for Peace and Tolerance and a practicing Massachusetts attorney. He is an expert on the history, goals, and methods of the Islamist networks in New England and other areas of the country. Mr. Feoktistov, a graduate of Dartmouth College and Boston University School of Law, has been published in the Washington Times, the Federalist, the Times of Israel, Breitbart, the Daily Caller, American Thinker, and FrontPage Magazine.