Episode #19: Daily Beast Calls Lisa Page Is A “Victim” Of Trump & The “MAGA Meat Grinder”
Lisa Page/FBI Lovebirds 1:28
DC Nonprofits 6:58
Inspector General Report 9:50
Babylon Bee 12:26
LA Times Story on Unions 12:50
Giving Tuesday 21:21
Mr. Rogers Movie 25:26
Mince Pies 38:00
This week we discuss the latest in the “FBI Lovebirds” saga. Just this week, The Daily Beast published a glowing interview with disgraced FBI attorney Lisa Page in which she played the “victim-card” and claimed she is not guilty of any wrongdoing at all. The mainstream media was more than happy to spread this falsehood and repeat the lie that the Investigator General’s report “cleared” Page and Peter Strzok of any wrongdoing. On this week’s podcast, we tell you the real story. And nobody knows the story better than us. We are the only people who have actually read all the texts between her and her lover Peter Strzok while preparing for FBI Lovebirds: Undercovers.
Also, we bring you a crazy story in the Los Angeles Times that shows how much damage powerful West Coast unions can have on job creation and employment. It’s an absurd tale and we give you every single detail.
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Very Easy Mince Pies
– 350g/12oz high quality mincemeat, preferably homemade
– Store bought, ready rolled, Short crust pastry, I used Trader Joes
– 1 Apple
– 1 egg, beaten to glaze
1. Pre heat the oven to 400 C
2. Mix the mince meat with a chopped up apple
3. Cut out 12 circles with a pastry cutter, or a glass or cup, large enough to fill the base of the prepared tin.
4. Press gently into each hole, then fill with the mincemeat.
5. Cut out another 12 slightly smaller discs as lids to cover the mincemeat.
6. Press the edges together to seal. Make a small slit in the top of each, then brush lightly with a beaten egg or milk.
7. Chill for about 30 minutes.
8. Bake the pies for 20-30 minutes until golden brown. Remove to a wire rack and serve warm, with clotted cream, vanilla ice cream or brandy cream.