Sunday, January 15, 2017

and who is the mystery billionaire who smeared President Trump?

As another Lame Cherry exclusive in matter anti matter.

As ZeroHedge was busy rattling the Jeb Bush SuperPac in Right to Rise as the funding source for Fusion GPS in the Christopher Steele smear campaign...........Steele apparently was a British double agent in being paid by the CIA too, no one has been looking at who it possibly could be that funded this, as Bush is in denial, and yet the original story pointed to a billionaire GOPliter who did the deed.

There is a finite list of billionaires, as Jeb seems to have had about two dozen according to reports.

Nearly two dozen donors gave at least $1 million to Right to Rise USA, which reported in a filing Friday that it raised a whopping $103 million in support of Bush’s bid for the Republican presidential nomination. Coral Gables healthcare mogul Mike Fernandez topped the list of major donors with a $3 million contribution.

Other million-dollar contributors included Rooney Holdings, Inc., of Tulsa, Oklahoma; California investor William E. Oberndorf, a board member of Bush’s Foundation for Excellence in Education; San Francisco investor Helen O. Schwab, wife of financier Charles Schwab; North Palm Beach-based Nextera Energy, Inc.; Republican mega-financier Al Hoffman, the founder and former chairman of WCI Communities Inc.; hedge fund billionaire Louis M. Bacon; Raul Rodriguez, president of Miami-based Clinical Medical Services, Inc.; and Hushang Ansary, a former Iranian ambassador to the United States and his wife, Shahla.
Other contributors included U.S. Sugar’s Charitable Trust and Miami Heat owner Micky Arison. The owners of the New Orleans Saints, Washington Redskins and San Francisco Giants also contributed to the committee.
Karl Stenstrom, a regular Bush golf partner and the former CEO of a Swedish consumer-products company who made a fortune launching Pergo floors in the United States, gave $130,000.
Ronald Krongold, a real-estate investor based in Coral Gables who contributed $100,000 to Right to Rise, called Bush the “best candidate running.

 In New York, private equity heavyweights Lewis Eisenberg and Henry Kravis sponsored a fundraising dinner for Bush. In the Bay Area, venture capitalists Bill Oberndorf and Bill Draper have hosted Right to Rise events. At the Right to Rise’s luncheon in San Francisco in early April, we identified Ron Conway, an investor to Twitter and Facebook, making his way into the event.

Trevor Rees-Jones, the billionaire head of Chief Oil and Gas, and his wife, Jan, each gave $1 million. Fellow billionaire Fayez Sarofim, an octogenarian heir to a major Egyptian fortune, coughed up $500,000, as did John Nau, the head of a major beer distributor. Ditto for Midland oil man Javaid Anwar. Houston Texans owner Bob McNair gave half a million to both the Bush group and Unintimidated PAC, the Super PAC supporting Scott Walker.

In the above list though of billionaires, there is only one who stands out, writing editorials, driven, a Bush insider and a man who just seems to know something about Donald Trump.

A Donald Trump that Mike Fernandez went out of his way to endorse Hillary Clinton for President as a #NeverTrumper.

Remember this was a time when all of these billionaires were disgusted with Bush in having been conned out their money in the disaster of JEB!

"Vote for Hillary Clinton and then every single Republican on the ticket," Fernandez wrote in the Miami Herald. "I harbor no illusion that Clinton is perfect; none of us is… However, Clinton is, without doubt, a superior choice to Donald Trump."

Hernandez had no "illusions" about Hillary Clinton, which means Fernandez had illusions about Donald Trump. But what kind of illusions?

"As a Republican who has contributed millions of dollars to the party’s causes, I ask: Why has our party not sought a psychological evaluation of its nominee?" Fernandez added.

Fernandez was calling for a psychological evaluation of Donald Trump. Might that not sound like a billionaire who had received intelligence from an MI6 and CIA asset, talking to Russian agents, about a certain billionaire who had whores pissing in beds and taking dumps and calling the shit pile Barack Obama.

Psychologically the vehemence of Fernandez against Donald Trump, to being covered by Sputnik in the Russian press which is a faction that did not appreciate Donald Trump either, points to Fernandez as being the unnamed billionaire, with very close Bush intelligence ties, who could off load a fortune to Fusion GPS and get the big name in MI6 and CIA intelligence to perform a coup on Donald Trump.

That is what the evidence points to in the identity of who paid for this smear job.

Once again, another Lame Cherry exclusive in matter anti matter.

Mike Fernandez appears to be a man with morals who was taken advantage of by this scam. Without knowing a great deal about Mr. Fernandez, I would hope that he would join with President Donald Trump, for creating a real Republic in Fernandez's Cuba, and be President Fernandez as the first President in the Republic of Cuba.