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Could The President Be a Pedophile?



Project Veritas is being targeted by the FBI and Southern District of New York. Why because they are suspected of  in connection to Biden’s daughter’s missing diary. What is in this diary? The molestation of Ashley by Biden in the shower and other places.

Project Veritas released a new video exposing former New York Times editorial page editor, James Bennet, who led the paper’s editorial department from May 2016 until his resignation in June 2020. 

The video shows Bennet being deposed under oath in an ongoing lawsuit filed by former Alaska governor, Sarah Palin. She is suing The Times after an editorial published by the paper attempted to tie her Political Action Committee to the shooting of former U.S. Congresswoman, Gabby Giffords. 


Palin’s attorney, Shane Vogt, pressed Bennet on how The Times reached its conclusions on his client’s Political Action Committee:

Shane Vogt, Attorney for Sarah Palin: “Do you consider this map (shown above) to be political incitement?”

James Bennet, New York Times Editorial Page Editor: “In the sense I was using the term that day in our editorial? Yeah, I do. I just think it’s using violent imagery. I read those as gun sites, and I just don’t think we should import that kind of language to talk about our political adversaries. I wish politicians wouldn’t do it.” 


Vogt: “You see a map there (shown above)?

Bennet: “I do.

Vogt: “You consider that to be political incitement?” 

Bennet: Okay. I understand what you’re asking me and the comparison you’re drawing. I don’t — those don’t look like gun sites to me. So, I guess I wouldn’t use the same term?”

Vogt: “What do you consider the symbols on the map in exhibit 217 to be?” 

Bennet: “I don’t know what they’re meant to represent. I mean they’re meant to represent — it says targeting strategy, but they don’t look like sites to me.”

Vogt: “Do they look like bullseyes?”

Bennet: “No — now that you say that — yeah, I could see that.”

Vogt: “What are bullseyes used for?” 

Bennet: “Targeting. Target practice.”

Vogt: “With weapons?” 

Bennet: “Yeah.”

Vogt asked Bennet about the decision-making process inside The New York Times and the context behind publishing this piece: 

Vogt: “Do you remember seeing the [Palin] map when it was initially circulated?” 

Bennet: “I don’t remember if I did.”

Vogt: “Do you know when that was?”

Bennet: “I believe it was around the time of the — it got a lot of press attention. It is my understanding around the time of the shooting in 2011.” 

Vogt: “And what’s that understanding based on?”

Bennet: “I guess the — we did a very poor job, I did, of trying to express the thought that created an inference for readers that there was a causal link between political incitement and the shooting of Gabby Giffords. The point where that happens is where we say the link to political incitement was clear.”

Vogt: “Is ‘incitement’ a strong word?” 

Bennet: “I’d say so. Yeah.”

Bennet admitted to Vogt that he ultimately failed as a journalist: 

Vogt: “As a journalist, are you taught to consider how the reader may interpret words you use when you’re writing a piece?” 

Bennet: “Yes.”

Vogt: “Did you do that when you were writing ‘America’s Lethal Politics’?” 

Bennet: “I endeavored to do that, but I failed to do that.”

Vogt: “While you were at The Atlantic up through today during your tenure at The New York Times, have you ever published any pieces that called out the left for using what you just called incendiary rhetoric?”

Bennet: “I don’t remember. I don’t know.”


Vogt also asked Bennet about his family’s political connections to the Democratic Party. Bennet did not seem to remember key details about their ties to Clinton and Obama:

Vogt: “When you were a White House correspondent during the Clinton administration, was your brother Michael working there?” 

Bennet: “I don’t remember. I can check on that. He had — I don’t think so. I don’t think so…” 

Vogt: “At some point though, he did have a position within the Clinton administration, correct?”

Bennet: “He worked at the Justice Department for a while.”

Vogt: “Did your father also work with the Clinton administration?” 

Bennet: “He had been with the Clinton administration. Yes.”

Vogt: “Did your brother Michael have a role with President Obama’s election committee?” 

Bennet: “I actually don’t know the answer to that.”

Vogt: [Laughs] “Okay.” 

Bennet: “I don’t. He may have.”

Vogt: “But I thought I saw something indicating that he was a co-chair of President Obama’s campaign committee.”

Bennet: “It wouldn’t surprise me if he was, I just don’t know.” 

Vogt: “Have you ever written speeches for your brother?”

Bennet: “In his first run for Senate, I edited — I did not write any speeches for him, but I edited and looked over a couple of speeches for him.”

About Project Veritas

James O’Keefe established Project Veritas in 2010 as a non-profit journalism enterprise to continue his undercover reporting work. Today, Project Veritas investigates and exposes corruption, dishonesty, self-dealing, waste, fraud, and other misconduct in both public and private institutions to achieve a more ethical and transparent society and to engage in litigation to: protect, defend and expand human and civil rights secured by law, specifically First Amendment rights including promoting the free exchange of ideas in a digital world; combat and defeat censorship of any ideology; promote truthful reporting; and defend freedom of speech and association issues including the right to anonymity. O’Keefe serves as the CEO and Chairman of the Board so that he can continue to lead and teach his fellow journalists, as well as protect and nurture the Project Veritas culture.  

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Suzanna, co-owns and publishes the newspaper Times Square Chronicles or T2C. At one point a working actress, she has performed in numerous productions in film, TV, cabaret, opera and theatre. She has performed at The New Orleans Jazz festival, The United Nations and Carnegie Hall. She has a screenplay and a TV show in the works, which she developed with her mentor and friend the late Arthur Herzog. She is a proud member of the Drama Desk and the Outer Critics Circle and was a nominator. Email:


My View: The Only Thing Missing Was A Latte ( with extra foam) Marcy & Zina Party at 54 Below



The only thing missing at last night’s party for Marcy and Zina was a Latte choice in the beverage section on the menu at 54 Below (with extra foam).  The show, titled  Make Your Own Party: The Songs of Goldrich and Heisler was conceived by Scott Coulter and performed by a cast of five. It celebrated over three decades of quirky, heartfelt and utterly contemporary romantic comedy songs written by Marcy Heisler and Zina Goldrich.

From “Taylor the Latte Boy” to under appreciated altos we were introduced to the cast of characters that inspired these inseparable, irreverent friends to write over three hundred and counting musical love letters to the city, the theatre, and the people who make them sing.  The evening was filled with the heart felt stories that these two award winning women have created and was performed by a first rate cast of Broadway super singers.  The lyrics, the music, the luscious harmonies…it was the best party of music I’ve ever been invited to.

The Performers: Jill Abramowitz, Cole Burden, Alex Getlin, Joe Kinosian, Kelli Rabke, and Austin Rivers.

Joe Kinosian,piano, Matt Scharfglass, bass

Marcy & Zina have been performing and writing together since 1992.  Their critically acclaimed romantic comedy songs have been featured in venues across the world, recorded by artists across many genres, and appear in numerous folios and collected works.  Their Off-Broadway musical Dear Edwina earned them a Drama Desk nomination, and other works have been produced by regional powerhouses such as Paper Mill playhouse, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Goodspeed, and the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts.  Their shows include Ever After, JUnie B Jones, and The Great American Musical, based on the bestselling book by auther/director Julie Andrews.

















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What is Going On Over at Manhattan Plaza?



The residents of the 484 building at Manhattan Plaza are having to deal with a tenant who set his apartment on fire in January. The man then barricaded the door to keep the Fire Department out. Now management has allowed the man to move back in to his unit. Management not only had to replace his front door, but also the frame since the firefighters had been forced to knock it down with axes and battering rams.

As a precaution they removed his gas stove (which wasn’t where he had set his fire), he did that in the living room.

The first night he was back, the building stationed a security guard on his floor, but that was only for one night.

The management is refusing to communicate with tenants on that floor and the adjoining ones.

Before the tenant graduated to arson, he was known to threaten, harass and stalk his neighbors. It was the second time he had barricaded his door to keep first responders out.

Could this be another homicidal / suicidal episode waiting to happen?

Thanks to the New York Court system it can take two years to evict a tenant, even an arsonist.

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Illegal Migrants Now Are Given The Old McDonald Building On 42nd Street



Mayor Eric Adams is set to open another illegal migrant shelter right in the heart of Times Square. The vacant Candler Tower office building, at 209-213 West 42nd Street is about to house more illegal migrants.

This is smack dabb in the pulse of Times Square.

The building, once home to the 24-hour McDonald’s restaurant was long billed as the busiest and most profitable of its kind in the US. Thanks to COVID-19 the building was lockdown in June 2020 and the building’s owner, UK-based investment company EPIC, reportedly signed over the deed in March 2022 to avoid foreclosure.

This property is 227,685 square feet and has 24 floors, with a market value of $110,464,000.

There are now 103 emergency shelters being used to house migrants and guess who is footing the bill?

Why are we not housing our Vets, our homeless or our senior citizens? I guess if you are illegal you get a free pass!

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