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Trump wants a wall? Let's give him four..



Posted by StrictlyRockers | Mon Jan 7, 2019, 12:59 PM (1 replies)

Could Leonardo Da Vinci's Salvator Mundi hold the key to unlocking the Trump-Russia investigation?

https://narativ.org/2019/01/02/salvator-mundi-art-of-the-deal-the-lost-davinci/

SALVATOR MUNDI

Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman appears to have ‘lost’ the world’s most expensive painting. The Leonardo da Vinci masterpiece, Salvator Mundi, may hold the key to the Trump-Russia investigation. And, the artwork itself could be evidence of collusion.

Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘last’ masterpiece was to be unveiled on September 18 at the spellbinding new Louvre in Abu Dhabi, but the exhibit was put on a temporary hold, amid rumours the painting was lost.

The art world has become increasingly alarmed. After all, Salvator Mundi is the most expensive artwork ever sold. “Nobody outside the immediate Arab hierarchy knows where it is,” Da Vinci scholar Martin Kemp told The Times.

Questions are being raised. First, why did the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, an art novice, buy the masterpiece? Secondly, why did he overpay for it by $300 million? Even for the stupendously wealthy Prince Mohammed bin Salman, that’s not just a simple rounding error. How do you misplace a $450 million painting anyway?

We can also reveal Special Counsel Robert Mueller is investigating both the buyer and the seller of the Da Vinci masterpiece as part of the Trump-Russia investigation.

All the intrigue suits Salvator Mundi’s already storied past well, but as I write this, no-one has seen the rare masterpiece in over a year, and its exact whereabouts have been unknown for over 100 days.

https://twitter.com/christoq/status/1082294726642954241

Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince MBS appears to have ‘lost’ the world’s most expensive painting. The Leonardo da Vinci masterpiece, Salvator Mundi, may hold the key to the #TrumpRussia investigation. And, the artwork itself could be evidence of collusion.


The Salvator Mundi was previously owned by Russian oligarch Dmitry Rybolovlev, who bought it in 2013 for $127 million instead of its valued $80 million. Rybolovlev is under investigation by Mueller for purchasing 45*’s Palm Beach mansion for $54 million more than it was worth.

https://twitter.com/christoq/status/1082295038531362816

In August 2016, Erik Prince arranged and attended a meeting at Trump Tower with Israeli Joel Zamel & George Nader. Nader told Don Jr. that the Saudi and Emirati princes wanted to help Trump become president, using Zamel’s company Psy-Group to manipulate social media.

The painting was sold at auction in November 2017 for over $300 million more than expected; MBS paid a total of $450 million for it. Representatives of MBS and the UAE were bidding against each other, driving the price up. Art sales are a well known method of money laundering.

https://twitter.com/christoq/status/1082295851769245696

Was the over payment for the painting the crown princes’ way to pay for the social media campaign waged on Trump’s behalf? Now, the location of the Salvator Mundi is unknown, leading to suspicion. How does one misplace the world’s most expensive painting?
Posted by StrictlyRockers | Mon Jan 7, 2019, 12:15 PM (18 replies)
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