As you are probably aware, the criticism over the pulling of the film Vaxxed: From Cover Up To Catastrophe lead to an in-depth investigation into the actual ownership of the Tribeca Film Festival, leading us down the rabbit hole into the land of billionaires and Big Pharma and, of course, prominent politicians. That story can be found here.Looking back at the statement from Robert Di Nero on the removal of the film, was the sudden interest of the “scientific community” that reached out to him before any more coverage of the film could take place in mainstream media. Clearly the “scientific community” he was referring to, was the sponsors of the Tribeca Film Festival.Of course, when we put out such a widely shared article feedback comes in from commenters and anonymous tips. These have led to some very interesting notes regarding the sponsorship of the festival with some very familiar names. When this occurs we feel that it is in the public best interest to provide what has been shared.We present to you, as presented to us, the list of the 2014 Tribeca Sponsors.
This is the full UNCUT interview that ABC World News conducted with Del Bigtree of the “VAXXED” documentary now censored by Robert De Niro and the Tribeca Film Festival.
ABC News used only five seconds from this interview…Find out what else they didn’t want you to see…
OMG, another asshole being put on the stage?
‘He understands what it’s like to be President … he’s seen his dad, he’s seen his brother. He’s a very thoughtful man and he’s weighing his options.’
President George W. Bush says his brother Jeb would like to enter the family business of presidential politics.
“I think he wants to be President, I think he’d be a great President,” Bush told “FOX & Friends” on Thursday as the President marks the start of the fourth annual Warrior Open golf tournament in Dallas to honor veterans.
“He understands what it’s like to be President … he’s seen his dad, he’s seen his brother. He’s a very thoughtful man and he’s weighing his options.”
The younger Bush joined the 43rd President in Dallas on Wednesday for a conversation at Bush’s Presidential Center.
“I, of course, was pushing him to run for President, he, of course, was saying, ‘I haven’t made up my mind,’ and I truly don’t think he has,” he said of their brotherly chat.
“I don’t think he liked it that his older brother was pushing him.”
Bush also spoke about his views of the current President, diplomatically sidestepping Obama’s decision to pull troops out of Iraq following Bush’s 2003 invasion.
Though Bush supported leaving a residual force in Iraq, Bush said he’s not one to question Obama.