Sunday, August 26, 2012

Jessie Jackson Jr.- Extra Nayak, Hold the Mayo

Exhaustion, Depression and Bi-Polar. Just a few of the headlines and the charade behind the invisibility of Democrat House Rep. Jessie Jackson Jr. The only other big words we left out of Jessie Jackson Jr's (JJJ) disappearance is COINCIDENCE and Raghuveer Nayak. A week  before Nayak gets scooped up for fraud, J.J.J. has already disappeared.. Add in Barack Obama, his Senate seat for sale and JJJ  as the co-chair of the Obama campaign to keep it interesting.  Blago has previously supported JJJ for the Senate, and now JJJ is offering cash and Blago wants something real 'golden'  Don't forget about Tony Rezko , another of the connections to Blago and Obama.  Wiretaps for years, corruption and shady deals, yet this will swept under the rug, at least until after the re-election of Barack Obama 2012. Legends and Legacies are at stake. Those just add to the mystique of money and power and provide a tangible benefit in a "pinch". Patrick Fitzgerald leaves office, Media portrays Fitzgerald as fearless crime fighter, Patrick Fitzgerald protected Obama delayed Blagojevich prosecution

The headlines and stories read the same with no serious questions asked in the media about Blago, Obama or Jackson.. The leftists media has always pushed the Jessie Jackson franchise on the glory and wonder of a black presidency. Surely this support of anything Jackson and the failure of the Obama presidency  ethically, economically and constitutionally would lead to their embarrassment and discredit as well. The problem is solved if it remains invisible, unvetted, unreported  and un-investigated .  Here is the JJJ story in the news.
By SEUNG MIN KIM | 6/25/12 7:11 PM EDT
Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. (D-Ill.) has taken a medical leave of absence because he is being treated for exhaustion, according to his office.

"In a brief statement released Monday, Jackson’s staff disclosed that the lawmaker has been on medical leave since June 10. Jackson, who has served in Congress since 1995, has not voted in the House since June 8, voting records show.

A spokesman for Jackson did not know when the lawmaker would return to Washington.

“He asks that you respect his family's privacy,” the statement from the office said. “His offices remain open to serve residents of the Second District.”
Jackson is currently facing a House Ethics Committee probe into allegations that he used congressional resources to try and convince then-Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich to appoint him to President Barack Obama’s old Senate seat. A December 2011 report from the Office of Congressional Ethics found that Jackson was willing to trade campaign donations in exchange for being appointed to fill Obama’s Senate seat, and the ethics panel announced then that it will continue to review the matter, but stopped short of a full-fledged investigation."
Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. treated for exhaustion, takes medical leave 
 A real hard hitting piece from Politco
What was Jessie Jackson Jr's Story on the Senate seat?

December 2008 Denial of any involvement with Blago
Posted: Jun 20, 2012 9:32 AM CDT Updated: Jun 27, 2012 9:33 AM CDT
CHICAGO (Associated Press) -
Raghuveer Nayak — a former campaign fund-raiser for U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. and a key figure in the Rod Blagojevich scandal —  has pleaded not guilty to fraud charges related to his outpatient surgery centers.
A judge set bond Wednesday for Nayak at $10 million. Nayak has agreed to post six properties in Indiana and Illinois and was released from custody immediately after a brief hearing in federal court.
He was accused of paying bribes and kickbacks to physicians for patient referrals and filing false federal income tax returns. FBI agents detained Nayak on Wednesday at his suburban Chicago home.
Nayak, who owns outpatient medical centers in Illinois and Indiana, was charged in a 19-count indictment with mail fraud, interstate travel in aid of racketeering and filing false income tax returns for 2005 to 2008.
"Over the course of the scheme, Nayak paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to different physicians in exchange for the referrals that the physicians had made or would make to Nayak's facilities," according to the indictment. "As Nayak intended, the physicians materially deceived their patients by not disclosing to the patients that their physicians were being paid to make referrals to Nayak's facilities."
Prosecutors are seeking $1.8 million in Nayak's "alleged fraud proceeds," including forfeiture of his Oak Brook home and two surgery centers. Authorities allege the fraud took place from 2000 to 2010.
While he was never charged and didn't testify during Blagojevich's corruption trials, Nayak's name has come up in connection with them. He has also been mentioned in a House Ethics Committee probe over Jackson's alleged ties to Blagojevich.
At the former governor's first corruption trial in 2010, prosecutors said that another Blagojevich fundraiser, Rajinder Bedi, was ready to testify that Jackson instructed Nayak to raise money for Blagojevich's campaign in exchange for an appointment to President Barack Obama's old Senate seat. Bedi did testify that he attended a meeting with Jackson and Nayak, but the judge barred jurors from hearing specifics.
Nayak was a major campaign contributor, giving nearly $500,000 to candidates between 2000 and 2008, according to the Illinois Campaign for Political Reform. About 40 percent of that amount went to Blagojevich, with the rest being contributed to a who's who of state and national political figures, most of them Democrats.
The group found that Nayak contributed about $12,000 between 1998 and 2008 to Jackson, with most of those contributions coming in $2,000 increments, the largest amount he was allowed by law to give to federal candidates per election cycle.
Nayak, a longtime friend of Jackson, also reportedly told the FBI that the congressman directed him to buy plane tickets for a woman described as Jackson's "social acquaintance." The issue came up on the campaign trail during Jackson's 2010 re-election and in the March primary, which the Democrat easily won. Jackson has since called it a personal matter that he and his wife have dealt with privately.
Jackson, who first won office in 1995, has not been charged and has repeatedly denied wrongdoing. He remains under investigation by the House Ethics Committee. Jackson's spokesman declined to comment Wednesday.
Former prosecutor Gil Soffer told FOX Chicago News that he  doesn't believe the new charges against Nayak mean that prosecutors are trying to find a new route to Jackson.
"Your first instinct is to say, they're trying to squeeze him. They're trying to apply leverage to get information related to the Blagojevich case," Soffer said. "But, after giving it about three seconds thought, I don't think that's where it's going. I think in many ways this may be a wrap up to that investigation and they're closing out this loose end."
Nayak was represented at the hearing by Thomas McQueen, a Chicago attorney. He declined to comment about the charges after the hearing.
Blagojevich began serving a 14-year-old sentence on 18 corruption convictions in March.
 Candidate #5

"As the FBI planned the arrest of Blago, most of the serious wannabees lobbying for appointment to Obama’s Senate seat had backed off the pursuit, no doubt realizing that association with Hot Rod was about to become toxic.
But, there was still one candidate with his eyes on the prize.  Right up to the day of Blago’s arrest, Candidate #5’s people were working hard to put a package together to buy their guy the seat. Had Fitzpatrick waited a bit longer to pull the trigger on Blago, Candidate #5 might have been swept up in Fitz’s rush to stop a “corruption crime spree” in progress.
But it wasn’t to be, because the precise timing of the arrest of Blago was really about saving Jesse Jackson Junior’ political career.  And maybe even his freedom.

The Designated Bundler: Raghuveer Nayak
A prominent member of the Chicago Indian business community plays a key role in this story.
Here’s how the Chicago Tribune described Raghuveer Nayak in a December 10, 2008 article:
Nayak, 54, is a political and community leader in Chicago's Indian community who has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for Blagojevich, including more than $200,000 from Nayak, his wife and his various corporations. Nayak and his wife have donated more than $22,000 to Jackson, federal records show, and raised more for the congressman.
Nayak owns a series of surgery centers on Chicago's North Side. He also founded and until recently retained an ownership stake in a drug testing laboratory with millions of dollars in Illinois public aid contracts."
Patrick Fitzgerald: Intrepid Crime Fighter? Or, Politically-Driven Leaker? Saving Jesse Jr. (Part 4)

With direct connections to fraud and corruption, two direct associates of the POTUS will remain out of sight and the newscycles. There will be no scrutiny, no Rose Garden or press conference questions.  It is an election year and the main-stream media is supported and staffed by the far left, that there is no doubt. This is just another example of the leftist media trying to keep THEIR men golden by insisting all of the POTUS's connections are coincidental, never cronyism, collusion and corruption. 

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