Tue Feb 05, 2019 5:01 pm
Meanwhile, RWW suggests that Loomer is being funded by the anti-Muslim group, The United West.
Grumpy Old Guy wrote: ↑
Sun Jan 20, 2019 3:39 pm
Who pays for her to flit about the country?
At least for right now...
Verified account @webster
Donations to Jacob Wohl's “investigation” of Rep. Ilhan Omar go to “Cystra Ventures Ltd. Co.” I pulled the docs—LLC created 3 weeks ago, organizer: Daniel Bostic. LinkedIn says he's a director at Culttture, which has been described as “a new TMZ-of-sorts for the pro-Trump crowd.”
And there are copies of a couple pages of a document attached to the tweet:
I looked that guy up. I think his dad is or was a city councilman or something from somewhere in South Carolina. He ran for Congress in 2014, and his campaign had to distance themselves from Ali Akbar. The same Ali Akbar (now goes by Ali Alexander) who is now with Loomer and Wohl, and works for Cultture, same Cultture that Akbar/Alexander, Loomer, and Wohl are, I believe, associated with.
Curtis, I think it's his dad, is a lawyer. I don't know if this is true or not.
more from a website I don't know squat about. I just read the post I pasted a portion of:A 2007 video shows Christian World representatives entering an Ethopian village and appearing to recruit children from poor villagers - an unethical practice against Ethopian law.
"If you want your child to be adopted by a family in America you may stay," said Michelle Gardner. She spoke those words on a tape produced by Christian World for American parents seeking to adopt in Ethiopia. And now says she deeply regrets it.
"I was aware of a number of times when things were problematic," she said. "And several families where children came over and the children didn't understand that the adoption was permanent."
Christian World was founded back in 1991 by Bob and Tomilee Harding. In 2008, records show, the non-profit agency took in nearly $6 million dollars - charging a fee of about $15,000 per child.
Citing ongoing litigation, the Hardings declined to speak with CBS News at their offices in Charleston, South Carolina.
One such case, filed last month, includes charges of "wrongful adoption," "fraud" and "intentional misrepresentation."
"How do you respond to charges that CWA knowingly deceived or misled adoptive parents through the adoption process in Ethopia?" Keteyian asked.
"Those allegations are completely unfounded," said Curtis Bostic, attorney for CWA. He told CBS News he was prohibited by law from discussing specific adoption cases.
"I'm talking to parents who are really upset," Keteyian said. "Who are devastated with their dealings with CWA."
"Sometimes, people are upset when they just simply misunderstand things," Bostic said. "I believe that's exactly what you're hearing. There have been thousands and thousands of adoptions conducted by CWA all over the world. Is there going to be a handful of folks who misunderstand, who - or who aren't happy with their adoption? There's going to be, and we regret that."
I didn't look into this very much.
I saw two twitter accounts following the Loomer / Wohl Minneapolis trip. One is Tony Webster:
I can't remember the other.
Anyway, point is (I guess) that there is a lot of money funding haters. I still don't know who funds Larry Klayman.