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Liz Crokin Biography

Liz Crokin is an award-winning author, a seasoned and well-traveled entertainment journalist and a political junkie. Liz began her journey at the University of Iowa where she received a bachelor’s in journalism and political science.

She took advantage of living in the rest-in-the-nation caucus state to work on John Kasich and George W. Bush’s presidential campaigns. Her experience landed her an internship working for Bill O’Reilly at Fox News Channel in New York and then to Washington DC where she interned for the State Department’s White House Correspondent which planted her in the White House daily.

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Liz Crokin Age

Born on February 8th, 1979 she is around 40 years of age as of 2019.

Liz Crokin Height

Liz Stands at a fair height and has a fair body weight to match her Height.

Liz Crokin Education

The Crokin siblings attended New Trier High School and earned their undergraduate degrees from the University of Iowa. Showing an early interest in politics, Liz majored in journalism and political science. Her interest in politics was further piqued when she volunteered with Students for Bush and on the Congressman Kasich campaign. She also interned for the U.S. State Department under the Bush administration, and for The O’Reilly Factor show in New York City.

New Trier High School is a public four-year high school, with its main campus for sophomores through seniors located in Winnetka, Illinois, United States, and a freshman campus in Northfield, Illinois, with freshman classes and district administration. Founded in 1901, the school serves the Chicago North Shore suburbs of Wilmette, Kenilworth, Winnetka, Glencoe, Northfield, and portions of Northbrook, Glenview, and unincorporated Cook County. New Trier’s logo depicts the Porta Nigra, a symbol of Trier, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. The athletic teams are known as the Trevians, an archaic demonym for the people of Trier.

New Trier High School opened its doors for the first time on February 4, 1901, welcoming 76 students. In 1912, it became one of the first American high schools with an indoor swimming pool. In 1920, the inaugural edition of The New Trier News was published. In 1934, the track and field team won the school’s first IHSA state championship (as of 2017, New Trier leads all Illinois high schools in the number of athletic state championships). In 1965, the New Trier West Campus (which, as of 2017, serves the school’s freshman students) was opened in the village of Northfield.

The 1987-88 New Trier School Board proposed selling the New Trier West Campus in Northfield to facilitate a $10–12 million renovation project at the East Campus. Their decision to sell the property was based on a demographers report and a reluctance to raise property taxes to cover the NT East revamp. The demographer, however, expressed caution about relying on predictions that exceeded a 10-year span stating in part that “. .after 10 years, a greater risk emerges of unanticipated events invalidating even the most scientifically-based projection methods.” Concerned about another spike in (school) population and the need to retain the 42.5 acre Campus for future generations, local citizen advocates formed “The Coalition for the Future of New Trier”.

Liz Crokin Career

Spanning over the last couple of decades, Liz has written for numerous publications including the Tribune, National Enquirer, In Touch, US Weekly, Star, Splash, and Life & Style, to name a few. While working for Splash magazine, she also had her own column called LA LA Liz. At the peak of her career, she became gravely ill with Meningoencephalitis. Unable to work, Crokin was let go from the Star and National Enquirer, and her Splash column was discontinued. The illness was traced to an STD that had been transmitted to Liz by an ex.

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After being let go from her regular writing jobs, she wrote a book titled “Malice”. Although the novel was classified as fiction, the storyline closely mirrored Crokin’s experience with her ex, with whom she was engaged in a legal battle over the contracted STI.
In 2016, Liz returned to her political roots and started writing for the conservative website TownHall; however, she was fired in early 2018. The details of her dismissal have not been publicized, but Liz claims it was due to her beliefs in the sex trafficking ring – referred to as #Pizzagate and #Pedogate on her social media sites.

Liz Crokin Net Worth

Her exact wealth and net worth are still under Investigation we will update when information is available.

Liz Crokin Wikipedia

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Liz Crokin Ashton Kutcher

I guess they forgot to actually research what’s going on and just wanted to slurp on Ashton Kutcher
Donald Trump became president on Jan. 20. And in one short month, there were more than 1,500 arrests for sex crimes ranging from trafficking to pedophilia. Big deal? You bet. In all of 2014, there were fewer than 400 sex trafficking-related arrests, according to FBI crime statistics.

Liz Crokin at TownHall.com has put together a great piece on the push by the Trump administration to crack down on sex crimes. And she notes that while “this should be one of the biggest stories in the national news… the mainstream media has barely if at all, covered any of these mass pedophile arrests. This begs the question – why?”

Of course, the answer is twofold: One, it would take away from the daily meme that Trump is owned by the Russians; and two, it would show that the president really meant what he said when he vowed to come to Washington and “drain the swamp.”Plus, the surge in arrests shows that Trump is already getting a lot done, even in fewer than 50 days in office.

Trump had made sex trafficking a key issue, and his daughter, Ivanka, also wants to crack down on pedophiles and pimps. In 2012, Trump tweeted, “Got to do something about these missing children grabbed by the perverts. Too many incidents – fast trial, the death penalty.”Crokin points out that Trump on Feb. 23 called sex trafficking a “dire problem.”

“Dedicated men and women across the federal government have focused on this for some time, as you know. A lot of you have been dealing with the federal government and it’s been much more focused over the last four weeks — I can tell you that,” he said at a “Listening Session on Domestic and International Human Trafficking.”

“I’ll direct the Department of Justice, the Department of Homeland Security and other federal agencies that have a role in preventing human trafficking to take a hard look at the resources and personnel that they’re currently devoting to this fight. Now, they are devoting a lot, but we’re going to be devoting more,” the president said. Crokin lists a slew of arrests as Trump pushes to break up sex rings.

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“As the MSM has ignored these historical arrests, they have zeroed in on casting conservative icon Milo Yiannopoulos as a monster. They claim he supports pedophilia based on comments he made in a video years ago,” she writes. Milo told this column that once one realizes the MSM “cares nothing for real victims and only wants its ideological enemies destroyed, this behavior becomes intelligible. Journalists don’t care about children. They care about damaging their political enemies.” Milo is absolutely right. This is why we’ve heard nothing from the MSM about the mass sex trafficking arrests and this will continue unless a conservative can be targeted.

The good news is that we have a president who genuinely does care about children and he’s vowed to make solving the human trafficking epidemic a priority. The recent pedophile arrests are just the tip of the iceberg and, whether Tapper and his ilk in the MSM like it or not, this story will eventually get so big

Liz Crokin News

Right-wing “journalist” and Trump–worshiping conspiracy theorist Liz Crokin posted a video on Saturday in which she claimed that President Trump appointed Alex Acosta as secretary of labor specifically in 2017 specifically to force the media to cover the arrest last week of Jeffrey Epstein for sex trafficking of minors.

Acosta resigned last week amid criticism of the lenient deal he gave to Epstein in 2007 when he was facing similar charges in Florida, where Acosta served as U.S. attorney. Crokin, who is an ardent supporter of the QAnon conspiracy theory, which alleges that Trump is working behind the scenes to expose a wide-reaching satanic pedophile ring that will implicate a number of world leaders, including top Democrats, Hollywood figures and business leaders, insists that Epstein’s recent arrest, as well as Acosta’s connection to the earlier case against Epstein, was part of Trump’s brilliant plan all along.

“There has been a lot of confusion with that and why President Trump would appoint someone aligned with Jeffrey Epstein,” Crokin said. “Whenever President Trump does something that you can’t understand, or I can’t understand, I always try to give it a few days because his actions don’t always make sense at first, but if you give it a few days and look into it and do some research, it always makes sense in the end. This man is brilliant. The plan has been in place for 20 years. President Trump is so many steps ahead of these people—the cabal—it’s incredible. Everything he does is very strategic. Every move he makes, every appointment he makes, every tweet he makes, every misspelling in his tweets; that man is brilliant and everything he does is strategic.”

“The mainstream media never would have covered Jeffrey Epstein’s arrest if they couldn’t align him with President Trump,” she added. “And having Alex Acosta, who has been aligned with Jeffrey Epstein, and it looks like covered up for Jeffrey Epstein, that enabled the mainstream media to attack Trump due to Jeffrey Epstein’s arrest and that forced the mainstream media to cover Jeffrey Epstein’s arrest.”

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