1. My goodness, Trump's done it AGAIN.

Barry Krischer comes out swinging against Alex Acosta.

And straight into an ambush.

2. Remember: the leftist narrative is that Epstein got a sweetheart deal for Acosta.


Acosta got the best deal he could get, as he was under immense pressure to drop the case because 'Epstein was intelligence'.

It's clear now that powerful people wanted Epstein protected.

3. Not just that. If Acosta hadn't struck the deal he did, Epstein would have walked free. Quote (Acosta):

“This was a state case. The state grand jury returned a prostitution charge against him. That was state grand jury. He was allowed to self surrender by the state attorney’s office. That would have resulted in no jail time.'

Huh? A STATE case? But wasn't the original indictment a FEDERAL one?

Why, yes. Yes, it was. Acosta is 100% correct.

4. What's going on?

Yet another Clinton FIX, that's what. Let me explain.

Starting point - Acosta was a FEDERAL prosecutor. The initial charges against Epstein for having sex with minors were FEDERAL charges, but **somehow** they suddenly became STATE charges. How?


Inexplicably, he convened a GJ without Acosta knowing;

5. KIRSCHER used a STATE grand jury to find Epstein guilty of prostitution. This was then used as leverage, to get the monster off the Federal trafficking charges:

'Epstein agreed to plead guilty to two felony prostitution charges in state court, and in exchange, he and his accomplices received immunity from federal sex-trafficking charges that could have sent him to prison for life.'

6. His hands tied, Acosta pushed through what he could in a plea deal - because otherwise the perv would walk free - but he left a poison pill.

The deal was restricted to the State of Florida only. That's why Epstein can be nailed in NYC on Federal charges, in 2019.

Acosta is a VERY smart operator. Trump backs him, 100%.

But who is Barry Kirschner? And why is Trump's genius at play here?

7. Sorry, Barry KIRSCHER.

Barry's a long-standing Democratic Party operative. Not just that - he's a Clinton stooge.

He donated to key Clinton thugs: in particular, corrupt judge Alcee Hastings & Clinton bagman Lois Frankel.

I've no doubt KIRSCHER knows Brenda Snipes from good ole Broward VERY well.

Check this out - his donations since the 1990s:

8. So we have a Clinton stooge (Kirscher) hoodwinking a Federal prosecutor (Acosta) to protect an evil.pedo (Epstein) who is BFF with?


Well, well, well.

Back to Trump's genius. Let me out this to you.

Do you think Kirscher should have kept a low profile and his mouth shut?

Answer: YUP.

Why didn't he?

9. Because Acosta personally attacked him yesterday.

It lured him out into the open. Just like Bill Clinton was lured out, also.

OK, next qs: who put Acosta into his position, knowing full well that Acosta was intricately involved in the Epstein case?

Why, Donald J Trump, that's who.

Do we already know that Trump knows about Epstein & Bill Clinton? Yes, we do. That CPAC video with Hannity proves it.


10. Trump's LURING Kirscher out, using Acosta.

He's forced Kirscher to MOVE from the shadows, into the open.

I've no doubt Acosta knows exactly what's going down, too.

This is a CLASSIC Sun Tzu move, quote:

'Those skilled at making the enemy move do so by creating a situation to which he must conform; they entice him with something he is certain to take, and with lures of ostensible profit they await him in strength.'

KIRSCHER just made a massive error. He should have STFU.

11. Like Slick Willy, Barry is now engaged in the public dispute.

They're both LYING.

Trump wanted both Counting & Kirscher lying, on the public record. Again, he has succeeded.

Now we get to watch them both unravel, as the truth emerges.


We live in glorious times. God bless Donald J Trump.

The end.

11. ADDENDUM : seems I may have been right for once.

The dodgy deal Epstein got was NOT engineered by Acosta at all, who got the best outcome possible, in the circumstances.

All fingers are now pointing at Barry KIRSCHER and his buddies.

Trump didn't want him to go, but Acosta obviously decided to resign to protect Trump, an honorable act. I've no doubt Trump will reinstate Acosta, or engage with him in another capacity, down the line.

my comment to Barry Kirscher would be "Oh! What A Tangled Web We Weave When First We Practice To Deceive" You're busted Barry K

@REX We are living some of the greatest times to witness this!


Oh — thank you.

I was about to start checking online for the “Counting” involvement in the Epstein case.🙃


Oh heck, I thought you had invented a new nickname for Slick.

@MistyNan @REX 😂
Now I have a whole new image for headlines "Umpteen arrested and Counting".

@REX Apology after the fact, I pirated (copy/pasted) ever word and link on twatter. (Felt good about it, too).Too good not to pass on, credited you @ here.


Thank you, REX — so informative!

G-d bless our POTUS!❤️🇺🇸

@REX Thank you for this thread and for breaking all this down for (us) me! We sure do live in Glorious times! with President Trump at the helm.

Mind boggling! Love it! Cannot wait to see what comes next!


Excellent analysis! I couldn’t grasp Acosta’s demeanor in his press conference, not that I am familiar with him. When he spoke he seemed very studied, coming across as smug and like the cat that ate the canary. I found it very off putting, but it all makes sense now. 😂


Fantastic, fascinating thread and source articles. Shines a lot of sunlight on the history.


1) Talking about federal jurisdiction if the palm beach county state attorney's office received more than $10,000 in federal funding and Barry Kirscher received anything of value over $5,000 for helping out Epstein then it becomes a federal crime under US Code 18-666 (see link).


2) If everyone tried to bribe a federal official related to the case then it's a federal crime under US 18-201 (see link below).

Remember the SDNY Public Corruption Unit is involved in Epstein case for a reason.


3) If Acosta was threatened by anyone in regards to the Epstein case then it's a fedral crime under US 18-876-c (see link).


Rex, you do a great job of laying out the moving parts in a way which is easy to grasp.

@REX correct me if i'm wrong but wasn't acosta trumps second choice for labor secy?


Excellent thanks for taking the time to explain this.

@REX Did you see this thread by popehat? He seems consistently wrong and Twitchy has a NeverTrump bias, but I'm no legal scholar and no one in the article comments was helpful, but all this seemed off to me. Any thoughts?


Remember - Acosta brought the Fed charges, in the first place. He wanted Epstein taken down.

My take is that Acosta was advised by bad players that :

#1 Epstein was an FBI informant/asset and Acosta must back off on the Federal charges.

#2 At the same time, bad actors got 'Barry' involved at the state level, to take the case out of Acosta's hands.

#3 Stuck, Acosta reached a plea deal that was deliberately vague on future charges outside Florida.

2019- Epstein is charged in SDNY.

@REX See, that's what I thought. Popehat is a NeverTrump who tries his best to sound knowledgable on Twitter.

@REX @umad80 - This is a good video. This person does a good job laying out all the connections between Bronfman, Epstein, Maxwell, Wexner, Barr Sr. and others. If you have 30 minutes, you might like it. (Or speed it up on YT).

@REX Your analyses are always inspiring to read. Our President is now getting to the more enjoyable part of his plan, I would think!

@REX Draining the swamp take time and courage...take them down one by one....Always start at pedophy ring.


And God bless REX! I thoroughly enjoyed reading that thread! Warms my heart ♥️! Lol 😂


Rex, thanks for a GREAT thread breaking everything down.

in Toot #2, you mention they tried to get Epstein off claiming he was "intelligence." Was that a bogus claim? And more info on that??


Sensible, logical, WONDERFUL weaving your your part. Many of us trust Trump and know there was a reason he hired Acosta knowing all this.

You have given us rationale and strategy, and for that I am grateful.

@REX not "for once"
You're always ahead of the game. I knew you were correct three days ago and ignored Acosta news.


Agree with Angela, you called it. I understand what Acosta did, such an honorable man. I watched his presser, he came across sincere.



Really wish Acosta had stayed and rode it out.

1) Leftists will twist this and promote this resignation as an admission of guilt

2) by resigning the heat won't be focused completely on the real story which is KIRSCHER

3) ugh. Another position to fill .... and Acosta was good too.

@BlizzyBuzz @REX

The only logical explanation I can see is that because the case is being handled by the Public Corruption Unit... Acosta may ultimately be a witness. Especially if the case starts growing lots of legs. 😁

@MegasAlexandros , true - but one would think he'd still be able to testify/be a witness regardless of his current position. 🤷‍♀️



when viewing acosta make his resignation speech, i could tell he was a straight up mofo. didn't stumble over words, looked everyone in the eye, didn't hesitate when answering questions. when standing next to trump, it really looks like he's supportive

In the overall scheme of things, spygate has been laid to rest. Totally neutralized so Trump's enemies cannot get back at him through that. Now this is Trump's offensive against them.

This, plus Ed Buck and the NXIVM prosecutions that are going on only after NY AG Eric Schneiderman was forced out.

@REX I want to send this thread to people that are not on QV. Is there a way to do that?


I'm late seeing your question... Maybe I can help. If you go to the 1st toot in the thread and click on the upper right time indication (now at "3d"), you will be taken to a thread of the entire conversation. Then you click on the 3 dots on the upper right of that thread, and then click on "share" to choose how you want to share it. I hope hope this helps.


Thanks for clearing up why things happened the way they did. Undoubtedly the media will continue pile on Acosta instead.

Acosta coming clean with his press conference was bait. It also forces to media to cover this case even more.

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