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Michael Cohen, President Trump’s former longtime personal attorney, told a House panel during closed-door hearings earlier this year that he had been encouraged by Trump lawyer Jay Sekulow to falsely claim in a 2017 statement to Congress that negotiations to build a Trump Tower in Moscow ended in January 2016, according to transcripts of his testimony released Monday evening.

In fact, Cohen later admitted, discussions on the Moscow tower continued into June of the presidential election year, after it was clear Trump would be the GOP nominee. Cohen is serving three years in prison for lying to Congress, financial crimes and campaign finance violations.

House Democrats are now scrutinizing whether Sekulow or other Trump attorneys played a role in shaping Cohen’s 2017 testimony to Congress. Cohen has said he made the false statement to help hide the fact that Trump had potentially hundreds of millions of dollars at stake in a possible Russian project while he was running for president.

Cohen’s claims about Sekulow were first described to The Washington Post by people familiar with his testimony and laid out in transcripts of his February and March appearances before the House intelligence panel released Monday evening.

In those depositions, Cohen acknowledged that he used January 2016 as the end date for work on the Moscow project when he originally drafted his 2017 statement to Congress. He said Sekulow urged him to stick to that date, even though he believed Sekulow and others knew that the deal was actually discussed far later than that.

“As Mr. Sekulow had explained, just let’s keep it to that date, which is prior to the lowa caucus,” the opening contest of the White House race, Cohen told the committee.

Cohen’s closed-door testimony before the committee led congressional Democrats this month to press Sekulow and other Trump family lawyers who were involved in a joint defense agreement for more information about work they did preparing Cohen’s 2017 statement.   Schiff has asked four attorneys to turn over documents and schedule interviews with the panel, a request they have so far rebuffed, calling it a threat to the long-standing protection of communications between lawyers and their clients.

How You Build A Sh*T Storm
Generally You Start With Sh*T People…

T-RUMPS ATTORNEY TEAM  of Rudy Giuliani and Jay Sekulow will literally host Sean Hannity’s radio show on an about August 10, 2018.   They are also basically all that is left of Donald Trumps lawyer team, If I were T-RUMP and they were the last two lawyers and advisors left on this planet, I would just shoot myself.   Like fake Doctors on TV, these are fake lawyers on TV, and Donald grabbed them from the cesspool not the swamp.

When the host is away vacation, Hannity, head scumbag on Fox news and a champion spinner and liar, the show will be feeding raw meat to  the Evangelical GOP base. and boosting the ratings with some additional lies and conspiracies and contradictions.

Both Sekulow born Jewish and Giuliani, an alien hatched from an egg, are about as honest spoke persons as the words that came out of the Third Reich.  “ Make Goebbels proud is their mantra.

The two lawyers will be discussing the “  Unprecedented level of corruption” in the investigation into whether the T-RUMP campaign was involved with Russian election interference.   Better they should be into Hemorrhoid Investigations…better to their source…  then they jumped on election fraud.  Forty plus lawsuits that failed and were thrown out of court, I believe good judges are totally tired of the SH*T from these two acolytes and in Rudy’s case FULL BLOWN NUTCASE AND PR*CK.

How can these two clowns discuss the  “ unprecedented level of corruption” when they are the two most corrupted jerks in the Rotunda of Corruption, the  White House recently renamed the Sh*t house after TRUMP got there.

Hannity, a close friend of Trump's, frequently invites the president's legal representatives to appear on his primetime Fox News show. In case there was any mystery as to what stance the lawyers would take in discussing corruption in the FBI, Giuliani went on Hannity just last night to repeatedly call the Russia probe "illegitimate." Now, listeners will be treated to a full three hours of Giuliani’s often-baffling defense of Hannity’s pal Trump. 


Jay Alan Sekulow 
Is an American attorney who serves as Chief Counsel at the American Center for Law & Justice (ACLJ).  He also hosts a talk show that airs on radio and television. Sekulow is a frequent guest commentator on the Christian Broadcasting Network and the Fox News Channel.   thats because he made no money as a JEW, I think they saw through him

A self-described Messianic Jew, Sekulow built a legal and media empire over a thirty-year period by representing conservative, religious, pro-life groups.  Messianic Judaism is a modern syncretic religious movement that combines Christianity—most importantly, the belief that Jesus is the Messiah—with elements of Judaism and Jewish tradition, its current form emerging in the 1960s and 1970s. It is abhorred by true believers in the Jewish faith and used as a tool to convert Jews to Christianity. 

Messianic Judaism believes that Jesus[is the Jewish Messiah and “God the Son”, that the Tanakh and New Testament are the authoritative scriptures.  Salvation in Messianic Judaism is achieved only through acceptance of Jesus as one’s savior, and Jewish laws or customs which are followed do not contribute to salvation. 

Belief in the messiahship of Jesus, his power to save, and his divinity are the defining distinctions between Christianity and Judaism. Other Christian groups usually accept Messianic Judaism as a form of Christianity.

ED:  Most Jewish people do not see the Messianic as true to the Jewish faith.  The main difference is Judaism has no salvation program, screw up and you are done.  No hands on the TV, no confession, no hail this or hail that and other bail-outs being excused for your sins that Christianity offers.   

Simple, you screw up, you get hammered.   Judaism is a tough act to sell and raise numbers, we do not advertise for nor solicit converts.  Another misplaced thought is Judaism is a strict religion, it’s not, it’s in your heart.  Big difference!  There are degrees of acceptance of ritual and traditions.  Traditions are reminders of prices we paid for our belief.  Perhaps Sekulow realized his sins, converted himself in a bastard way so he could continue as one of the slickest dirty lawyers around and still be forgiven.  

Sekulow is on President Donald Trump’s personal legal team, which is advising the president in connection with the conspiracy investigation, by a team led by former FBI Director Robert Mueller and by various Congressional committees, into links between T-RUMP associates and Russian officials.  Rudi and Jay with T-RUMP truly deserve each other.  
The problem occurs when God has had enough of these two clowns and does something really bad to those who follow them.


Early Life And Education
Jay Alan Sekulow was born in Brooklyn, New York,  Sekulow graduated from Lakeside High School in Atlanta, Georgia, and earned a B.A. and a J.D. from Mercer University.   While attending Atlanta Baptist College (now the Atlanta campus of Mercer University), Sekulow became interested in Christianity and converted after encountering Jews for Jesus.

Sekulow earned a Ph.D. from Regent University in 2005, writing his dissertation on religious influence on Supreme Court Justices and their opinions.  As a young lawyer, Sekulow worked in the Office of Chief Counsel for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) as a tax trial attorney, defending lawsuits in the United States Tax Court on behalf of the United States Department of Treasury.

He formed a private practice with Stuart J. Roth that was initially successful, but fell apart after IRS regulations changed in the 1980s. Sekulow filed for bankruptcy in 1987 asserting $13,071,748 in debts and $638,000 in assets.

In 1992, Sekulow became the director of the ACLJ, where he serves as Chief Counsel.  In addition to his duties as Chief Counsel for the ACLJ, Sekulow hosts Jay Sekulow Live!,  a syndicated daily radio program broadcast on terrestrial radio, and XM and Sirius satellite radios. This live call-in program focuses on legal and legislative topics.

Sekulow is the host of ACLJ This Week, a weekly television news program broadcast on Trinity Broadcasting Network and Daystar.  

Sekulow is thought by some in Washington to have been one of the "Four Horsemen" who "engineered" the nomination of Chief Justice John G. Roberts to the Supreme Court.

In 2007, Sekulow endorsed Mitt Romney's presidential campaign.[ He has opposed the building of Park51, an Islamic center in Lower Manhattan two blocks from the World Trade Center.

In November 2005, Legal Times published an article which alleged that Sekulow “  through the ACLJ and a string of interconnected nonprofit and for-profit entities, has built a financial empire that generates millions of dollars a year and supports a lavish lifestyle—complete with multiple homes, chauffeur-driven cars, and a private jet that he once used to ferry Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.” 

In the article, former donors and supporters claimed that Sekulow engaged in a pattern of self-dealing to finance his "high-flying lifestyle." According to a ranking by the American Institute of Philanthropy, a charity watchdog group, Sekulow was the 13th highest paid executive of a charitable organization in the United States.  And his family members are all involved in filtering the funds.


Just Another Crook With A Law Degree  ( Scumbagus Americanus)
On June 27, 2017, The Washington Post reported that “Jay Sekulow’s family has been paid millions from charities they control”.  The old skin game practiced by most of the prosperity preachers in the game.  

•  On June 27 and 28, 2017, The Guardian reported, that documents obtained by them confirmed later that “ Millions in donations” were steered to his family members.  That  Jay Sekulow “ approved plans to push poor and jobless people to donate money to his Christian nonprofit, which since 2000,  has steered more than $60m to Sekulow, his family and their businesses”.   
And that attorneys general in New York and North Carolina opened investigations of Jay Sekulow’s group Christian 
Advocates Serving Evangelism (CASE) for possibly using pressure tactics in telemarketer calls to raise money which was allegedly misdirected to Sekulow and his family.   

•  Sekulow and his wife, Pamela (McPherson), have been married since 1978, and have two adult sons, Jordan and Logan. (All four live in Brentwood, TN.)  Jordan Sekulow is an attorney with the ACLJ and Director of International Operations. He also co-hosts the radio and television programming with his father. Logan briefly starred in the Nickelodeon series U-Pick Live in 2005.

•  Sekulow was raised Jewish. He converted to Christianity in college and is now a Messianic Jew.  His youngest brother Scott is the founder and Rabbi of the Messianic Jewish Congregation Beth Adonai in Atlanta, Georgia. Sekulow also serves as a member of the Board of Trustees for The Supreme Court Historical Society in Washington, DC.

•  Sekulow is a musician and leads the “Jay Sekulow Band"; he plays the drums and guitar.

•  In 1994, Sekulow was named to the National Law Journal’s Power List.

•  In 1997, he was named to The American Lawyer’s Public Sector 45, 

•  Legal Times profiled him as one of the “90 Greatest Washington Lawyers of the Last 30 years".

•  Publications Sekulow has argued in front of the United States Supreme Court 12 times during his career. He has specialized in arguing key issues of the First Amendment, mostly protection for the fake Evangelical Prosperity patrons.

In addition to his work as a Supreme Court advocate, Sekulow, as lead counsel of the ACLJ, has submitted several amicus briefs in support of conservative issues. 

  • He has submitted amicus briefs in landmark cases:
  • Such as Hamdi vs Rumsfeld
  • Rasul vs Bush
  • Gonzales v. Planned Parenthood
  • Hein vs Freedom from Religion Foundation
  • Van Orden vs Perry 
  • Wisconsin Right to Life vs FEC were cited by Justices John Paul Stevens and John Roberts respectively.. 

Sekulow served as counsel to Robert and Mary Schindler during the controversy surrounding their daughter, Terri Schiavo. I was also  covering that tragedy.  While he is widely acknowledged as a member of the Christian Right, Sekulow’s amicus brief in Morse v. Frederick was in support of the ACLU's position; he argued that schools banning "offensive" speech would also be able to prohibit religious speech with which the administrators disagree.


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