This week, the Justice Department revealed that a Russian government agent with close connections to Donald Trump’s top 2016 campaign official “provided the Russian Intelligence Services with sensitive information on polling and Trump campaign strategy.”
The explosive revelation demolishes, once and for all, Trump’s ceaseless claims that he was the victim of the “greatest witch hunt in the history of our country.” But as new details on the 2016 Trump campaign’s collusion with Russia continue to come to light, another potentially explosive development is unfolding.
New York Times editor David Enrich, who literally wrote the book on Trump and Deutsche bank is worried about one of his sources.
Enrich, author of Dark Towers: Deutsche Bank, Donald Trump, and an Epic Trail of Destruction, posted a plea for help on Twitter.
“Val Broeksmit — a longtime source about Deutsche Bank — is missing,” Enrich tweeted, complete with Broeksmit’s @BikiniRobotArmy handle. “He was last seen on April 6 in Los Angeles, his girfriend says,” Enrich reported.
He noted a missing persons report was filed with the Los Angeles Police Department.
“I am very worried about Val’s safety. Please spread the word,” Enrich urged.
Val Broeksmit @BikiniRobotArmy – a longtime source about Deutsche Bank – is missing.
He was last seen on April 6 in Los Angeles, his girlfriend says. A missing persons report has been filed with @LAPDHQ.
I am very worried about Val's safety. Please spread the word. pic.twitter.com/lvrMPvk5pl
— David Enrich (@davidenrich) April 16, 2021