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Co-Authors of Mueller Erotica Children’s Book Have History of Alleged Online Scamming

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Two brothers who are authoring a perverted children’s book in which shirtless, muscle-headed Robert Mueller saves America from evil President Donald J. Trump have a history of sketchy online activities.

“For hours, people in a south Fort Myers community off Iona Road watched as deputies and federal investigators carried dozens of boxes out of a home on Anchorage Way,” according to NBC-2. “According to property records, the home is owned by brothers, Edward and Brian Krassenstein. Neighbors said the men are not only twins but business partners.”

The incident happened in late 2016.

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But the brothers have a history of alleged online grifting that dates back to the early 2000’s.

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“According to prosecutors, the services the Krassensteins promoted on their websites duped thousands of “investors” into funding Ponzi scheme-type scams and even resulted in some downloading a virus that emptied their accounts on an anonymous online-payment platform used by the Krassensteins themselves, before it was shut down as part of a major federal money-laundering investigation,” wrote Daily Beast in May.

The brothers claim to have “no knowledge of the illegal activities of the companies to which they sold ads,” Daily Beast said.

But in late August 2017, a civil asset forfeiture claim was filed against the brothers in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida, after Homeland Security Special Agent Michael P. Adams investigated the brothers for conspiracy to commit wire fraud.

“In particular, the Krassenstein-run sites “talkgold.com” and “moneymakergroup.com” are discussion forums in which [High-Yield Investment Programs] HYIP operations advertise and promote their fraud schemes on potential victims,” said the claim. “Over 13 years of these sites’ existence, they have generated tens of thousands of complaints by victims of fraudulent HYIPs. Based on this fact, along with other facts set forth below, there is reasonable cause to believe that the Krassensteins would have known that they HYIPs being promoted on their sites were fraudulent. There is also reason to believe that, by partnering with the operations of these fraudulent HYIPs for the purpose of promoting the fraudulent HYIPs, Brian and Edward Krassenstein have conspired to commit wire fraud.”

HYIPs are a common form of fraudulent online investment vehicles which advertise lucrative investment returns, but instead of investing the money of the victims, it is diverted to personally enrich the people running the HYIPs.

On August 18, 2017, the Krassenstein brothers entered into a settlement agreement with the federal government, consenting to the forfeiture of $450,000 after purchasing a property with alleged wire fraud proceeds.

Now, the Krassenstein brothers have a new – albeit more legitimate – business idea.

The brothers, who are semi-famous on Twitter for trolling every Trump tweet, are attempting to profit from their newfound online personas by selling a children’s book that has questionable imagery of Special Counsel Robert Mueller dressed like a Chippendale’s male stripper. Mueller is the hero of the 54-page book, saving America from Trump’s misdeeds. many of which are completely made up:

The promotion of the book, which will be released later this year, has been met with backlash, especially from leftists who view the brothers as grifters.

Twitter user Jeremy Gibson made that point very clear:

“Can you and your brother teach me how to grift? Pretty Please?” wrote another leftist Twitter user.

https://twitter.com/nandelabra/status/1030835516135141376

“Why is Bob Mueller a Chippendale dancer,” wrote Lachlan Markay, author of the Daily Beast story on the Krassensteins online business activities who could not possibly be construed as sympathetic to Trump.

https://twitter.com/lachlan/status/1031250632081113089

“Does Robert Moral do house call parties and if so do I have to supply the playlist?” asked user Donal Thoms-Cappello.

“This is bizarre,” said hockey analyst Travis Yost.

“Bizarre” pretty much sums it up.

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Say His Name: Cannon Hinnant, Here’s How You Can Help White Child Murdered by Black Thug

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Cannon Hinnant, a 5-year-old North Carolina boy murdered in cold blood by a black thug over the weekend, is the latest victim of racial violence, as black-on-white attacks sweep the nation.

Cannon’s mother Gwen has set up a GoFundMe account to raise funds for a memorial for their child who is the latest victim of a Black Lives Matter-inspired attack.

“On Sunday, August 9th, this precious angel was playing outside with his siblings when he was murdered. He was merely doing what he would do any other day and that’s playing with his sisters, riding his bike, doing what kids do and all of the innocence that comes with being a child,” Gwen wrote.

“This family has faced unimaginable pain because of this senseless act of violence. We are asking for your donations to assist with anything that may be needed for expenses related to his services. We offer our sincerest appreciation in this extremely difficult time,” she added.

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Big League Politics reported on the case yesterday that has shamefully been ignored by most mainstream media sources:

A black man has been charged with murdering a 5-year-old white child in cold blood and leaving his corpse in a North Carolina neighborhood.

WRAL broke the story of how the black suspect allegedly murdered a white child who lived next door to his home in Wilson, N.C. Neighbors claim the black suspect was a family friend who appeared at the child’s home before he allegedly decided to murder the 5-year-old boy, as black-on-white terror sweeps the nation.

Darius N. Sessoms, 25, reportedly ran up to the 5-year-old boy, identified as Cannon Hinnant, who was playing on a bicycle, and shot him in the head in cold blood. Hinnant was transported to the Wilson Medical Center where he was declared dead shortly afterward. Sessoms is now in custody and being charged with murder.

Law enforcement claims the reason why this black man murdered this white child is unclear, but it may have to do with the violent Black Lives Matter (BLM) uprising that is taking place across the country…

If the demographic collapse is not reversed and soon, this country will be the United States of Somalia before long.

There was the case of Emmanuel Aranda, the black man who threw a 5-year-old boy 40 feet off of a balcony at the Mall of America in Minneapolis, Minn. last year. Aranda’s Congresswoman, Ilhan Omar, refused to comment on the situation. The boy was lucky to survive and has made a miraculous albeit painful recovery.

There was also the case of Oghaleoghene Atuno, the black man who targeted two young white children in Colorado who he ran down while they were playing in their neighborhood.

Perhaps a White Lives Matter movement is in order so that these high-profile cases can no longer be ignored and systemic black-on-white racism can be stopped before more innocent whites are killed.

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