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Rachel Maddow Lies About Being First To Report Spiro Agnew Money Plea Letter To Saudi Royal Family in 1980 to Fight Zionists, Plagiarizer Michael Beschloss Falsely Asserts Documents Never Seen Before. Maddow Who Talks To her Audience As if They Are Children, Never Gets To The Point, Repeats Words and Repeats Herself Endlessly & is One of The Worst Political Hosts of All Time. LeadStories.com Publised Story in 2016 From Book, “Imperfect Strangers: Americans and Arabs in The 1970’s”. by Author Dr. Salim Yaqub.

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Rachel Maddow Lies About Being First To Report Spiro Agnew Money Plea Letter To Saudi Royal Family in 1980 to Fight Zionists, Plagiarizer Michael Beschloss Falsely Asserts Documents Never Seen Before. Maddow Who Talks To her Audience As if They Are Children, Never Gets To The Point, Repeats Words and Repeats Herself Endlessly & is One of The Worst Political Hosts of All Time.

LeadStories.com Publised Story in 2016 From Book, “Imperfect Strangers: Americans and Arabs in The 1970’s”. by Author Dr. Salim Yaqub.

Here is a quick example of random text from about 15 minutes of her show open, Maddow repeats the same thing about six times, Maddow does this every night, she’ll tell you Agnew is the disgraced former VP and then proceed to remind you time and time again that this is the disgraced VP, all while you are screaming at the TV, “get to the point”, we know he was disgraced:

Rachel Maddow, “he
secretly reached out to an old friend for help in trying to figure out how
to come back and win that election. . . .

Now, the Ted that Vice President G was writing to there was the honorable
Ted Agnew.  Spiro Agnew he was writing to.  Spiro Agnew, the disgraced
convicted former vice president of the United States. . . .

Two days before that last key presidential debate in Los Angeles in 1988,
may be the most important moment of George Bush`s political life up until
that point and Bush was secretly consulting a convicted felon for political
advice. . . .

Again, Spiro
Agnew at this point was a convicted felon.  He was the first vice president
to resign his office in disgrace. . . .

But look at this one.  Here was George H.W. Bush, sitting vice president
and presidential candidate during that presidential campaign writing to
convicted felon Spiro Agnew. . . .

This was him asking for written advice from Agnew on how Bush could best
plan his campaign to beat Dukakis.”

Yes Rachel, we know, George HW Bush wrote to disgraced former VP Spiro Agnew for advice for his upcoming debate against Dukakis, why are you constantly looping back and repeating this over and over again, talking down to your audience as if you are some grade school teacher.

But worse it took this twit an hour to get to the point and ultimately there was no big reveal. And for that matter she throws in this gem:

I mean, it tells you something about Agnew but it also tells you something about the royal family as well, which is the same family that`s in charge now. We came into possession of these documents after they were uncovered by a historical document collector named Greg Schneider. He then shared them with us after we obtained the documents from Mr. Schneider and did our own due diligence authenticating them, we then consulted the great Michael Beschloss, NBC`s presidential historian, who told us he thinks that these letters, these documents have never been known about publicly before.

She uses Beschloss as her document expert, what a laugh, old Beschie is not a real historian, he is a TV/Pop historian, one who has a history of lifting stories and documents from previously published books and then claiming he uncovered secret history, never before seen by the public.

Beschloss is an MSNBC pimp historian with zero intellectual honesty and that is who Maddow uses to prove her breaking story, what an amateur.

Finally it is the dumbed down attitude you get from Maddow, she talks as if this document is breaking news about Agnew, his abhorrent views on Jewish Americans and his business dealings with the Saudi Royal family.

In fact any literate American knows that Spiro Agnew was supremely corrupt and for decades he was the Paul Manafort of his time, trading access to Middle East and Eastern European dictators, all while railing against his so called Zionist enemies.

Just check one random Baltimore Sun article from 1993 detailing the scumbag corrupt nature of Spiro Agnew:

Agnew sightings abroad soon became common among diplomats and journalists, especially in Greece, the Mideast and the Far East.

“I ran into him at the airport in Riyadh in about ‘78, and I asked

him what he was doing,” said James Akins, who in 1976 had retired as U.S. ambassador to Saudi Arabia. “He said he was selling uniforms to the Saudi Arabian army. I found it very sad that the ex-vice president of the United States, even Spiro Agnew, should be reduced to selling uniforms. Then when I mentioned this to several people, they said, ‘Oh, yes, he’s out here all the time.’ ”

By this time Mr. Agnew had incorporated his own company, Pathlite Inc., which operated from a small office in a two-story town house in Arnold, just outside Annapolis. His only employees were his longtime secretary, Mary Ellen Warner, and her father, Walter Warner, the company’s secretary-treasurer. The office was in Mr. Warner’s home.

The company’s mission was simple, Mr. Agnew would later say in 1987, while giving a deposition in a civil lawsuit. “I have one utility,” he said, “and that’s the ability to penetrate to the top people.”

Even such a limited task can be difficult, however.

One financier who saw Mr. Agnew in action in Kuwait recalled him “shaking like a leaf” as he handled papers at a meeting. Mr. Agnew also had trouble connecting with Arab officials one Saturday afternoon in Washington. He knocked at the door of a private residence to ask, “Is this the Saudi Arabian Embassy? I’m invited to lunch.”

Mr. Dilbeck soon began gushing in the press about deals to sell the Kuwaitis 16 coal mines and lakefront property in Kentucky. But the Kuwaitis backed off after getting a look at Mr. Dilbeck’s banking references, and neither they nor Mr. Agnew liked the publicity. So in early 1975 Mr. Agnew quit, writing to Mr. Dilbeck, “Your desire for publicity has violated the confidentiality of many negotiations in progress, and shocked our clients.”

. . . .

By the end of 1976, their joint efforts had landed three construction contracts in Saudi Arabia and Iran for a Jones company. During the company’s bankruptcy proceedings a few years later, word emerged that Mr. Agnew made an $80,000 commission on one of the deals.

. . . .

About a year later, Mr. Nicholson said, Pan-East was sold to a Lebanese businessman, Ahmed Habbous, who now lives in Libya. Mr. Agnew continued representing the company, and in 1984 he hit the jackpot. That’s when Mr. Hussein bought $181 million in new uniforms for his armies.

According to papers in the files of a 1990 lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Washington and other accounts of the transaction, Mr. Agnew initiated the deal with a telephone call to Col. Jack Brennan, a former Nixon military aide, who, like Mr. Agnew, had gone into the international consulting business.

Mr. Agnew asked for help in getting the Iraqi contract for Pan-East. Eventually, Mr. Brennan decided that cheap labor costs made Romania the ideal place to manufacture the uniforms, and so he asked Mr. Nixon to write a letter of introduction to President Ceausescu. Mr. Nixon apparently was not aware of Mr. Agnew’s role in the deal; the two have not spoken with each other since Mr. Agnew resigned. But the former president remained on the best of terms with Mr. Brennan, and he agreed to write Mr. Ceausescu.

When the deal went through, Mr. Agnew got a commission of $797,000 for his efforts.

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