Vivian Lee, Christine Blasey Ford: Credible or Complicit?

BY VIVIAN LEE September 30, 2018 Revised and updated September 16, 2019 The word of the moment is “credible.”[1] Immediately following the Senate hearings on September 27, 2018, The New York Times published several online editorials as to why we should “believe” Christine Ford and not Brett Kavanaugh. The lead editorial is still posted there: “Why Brett Kavanaugh Wasn’t Believable and Why Christine Blasey Ford Was.”[2] This was echoed on the front-page of the print version on September 28, showing two huge photos side by side: a stoic-looking Ford with her…

Vivian Lee, El Paso and Dayton Shootings: Questions and Anomalies

Vivian Lee An action-packed summer weekend filled with not one but TWO mass-casualty events! Not to mention the Garlic Festival shooting in Gilroy, CA, of July 28. But the El Paso Walmart shooting and Dayton bar shooting are big ones, with 22 and 9 reportedly dead. That should knock the coming Epstein-related disclosures off the front page – or perhaps the news that the FBI conspired with Hillary to destroy her hard drives – although an additional event may be required for this purpose in the near future. These two…

Vivian Lee, Epstein-Patterson-Clinton: The Art of the Book Deal

VIVIAN LEE June 25, 2018; Updated July 8, 2019 The 2018 political thriller, The President Is Missing, co-written by James Patterson and former President Bill Clinton, debuted at #1 on the New York Times best-seller list for fiction in both the print/hardcover and e-book categories. Reviewed in the New York Times Book Review section for June 24, 2018, the novel was touted as “ambitious and wildly readable,” a story of “a president who ditches his handlers and goes rogue from the White House, convinced he is the only one who can…