Stock Fraud, Drug Trafficking, & the ‘Alt-Right’

By Daniel Hopsicker

When Donald Trump’s campaign manager Steve Bannon was recently exposed for using a vacant house in Miami as his legal residence, he hastily changed his legal address to a beach house in Sarasota, Florida owned by a writer at his website.
His hurried move— made more urgent by Trump’s adoption of ‘voter fraud’ as one of his signature issues— has unexpectedly given a gift that keeps on giving to investigators probing the financing of the newly-emergent “Alt-Right.”


America’s “most dangerous political operative”


Bannon, who Bloomberg recently called The Most Dangerous Political Operative in America, had repaired to a beach house owned by Andy Badolato, who claims on his website to be an “entrepreneur, senior level executive, venture capitalist and seed stage investor” who has founded companies with a market cap of $26 billion dollars.”

However an investigation reveals that Bannon’s buddy and roommate Badolato has long-time links to a nest of financial fraudsters that raise questions of whether money taken from investors through Badolato’s series of stock scams — which operated on an almost industrial scale—had been pocketed by financiers of the “alt-right.”


The group of racketeers, swindlers and flimflam men may even have links to fraudsters in Southern California associated with a man who has been profiled here on many occasions.

Does anyone remember disgraced Republican Congressman Randy “Duke ” Cunningham?

Fleecing Haitian immigrants for fun and profit

badolato66Andy Badolato was involved in a stock fraud cum Ponzi scheme at a Palm Beach Gardens, Florida company, Industrial Business Ventures Group, (IBVG), where he was Senior Vice President of Corporate Finance.

Two of his partners in the scheme —Jonathan Curshen and Michael Muzio— are currently in federal prison. Both men were also involved, oddly enough, in the drug trafficking ring in St. Petersburg, Florida responsible for the ill-fated ‘drug move’ resulting in the biggest drug seizure on an airplane in Mexican history, 5.5 tons of cocaine, found on an American-registered DC-9 busted in the Yucatan in April of 2006.


7 thoughts on “Stock Fraud, Drug Trafficking, & the ‘Alt-Right’”

  1. Breitbart has nothing whatsoever ever to do with the Alt-Right. And the the Alt-Right cannot be financed because it’s just a loose network of people with a common interest in opposing the march of globalism and progressive liberalism in all it’s degenerate forms. Counter Currents is Alt-Right, Richard Spencer is Alt-Right, The Right Stuff is Alt-Right, Breitbart is not. So how is it that this Hopsicker chap, apparently an investigative journalist, claims an online news website, Breitbart, that has no connection to the Alt-Right, save Milo Yiannopoulos, a senior BB writer, often being asked by other mainstream media outlets to explain the phenomenon.

    1. Exactly. Breitbart is just a mainstream conservative website that has become associated with the alt-right. If you follow the term “alt-right” back to its origin, you will find that it is about white identity politics and race realism. The alt-right is largely prevented from speaking directly to the media, which makes it easy for mainstream sites to co-opt the term. From an alt-right perspective, this glomming on by mainstream media outlets like Breitbart is a mixed blessing. We like the publicity, but if people don’t do their homework and find out what the alt-right is really about then the benefits are limited.

  2. Daniel Hopsicker!? Really? The CIA hasn’t retired this limited-hangout, red herring, cocaine plane barking blowhard yet? I thought he’d be off on an island somewhere chuckling it up with Michael “war games” Ruppert. These guys were the first on the scene after 9/11 with their slick looking “conspiracy theory” books that at the end of the day only served to reinforce the official conspiracy theory. Cocaine snorting religious fanatics dating white girls and learning to fly planes in Florida. Mad mastermind Cheney hiding in a bunker somewhere with the young aid saying “the plane is 15 miles out sir”…bla bla…the first wave of controlled opposition to anyone scratching their head and thinking hmm…something’s not adding up here so here’s some theories. Hopsicker actually used to argue with people who suggested that maybe the twin towers were blown up. “No way” he’d say, “I know it was those Muslim hijackers flying planes into them”, cuz I’ve got their paper trail down here in “Terrorland”. So here we have Danny Hopsicker once again, and still yapping about 5.5 kilos of Coke in some plane with shady connections to the CIA…Jesus, what year is it? 2002? Welcome to Spookland

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