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HILLARY BLAMES ‘INTERNET CONSPIRACY FETISHIZING’ FOR LOSS TO TRUMP!

HOW ABOUT ALL THE LIES THEY SPREAD ABOUT PRESIDENT TRUMP. ABOUT HOW HE WOULD BE LIKE HITLER. HOW IS THAT ONE WORKING OUT? STUPID

What are you outraged about today? CNN has not told you yet?
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Reply #1 posted 05/10/19 7:07am

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Well, since you asked...

...it's working out exactly like it did under Hitler. Unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump has been working hard on destroying our free press. Here's his latest gambit:

https://www.salon.com/201...oom-rules/


The White House imposed new rules on reporters’ press access that some journalists say may disqualify “almost the entire White House press corps.”


The White House press office implemented a new policy this week that aims at cutting down the number of journalists who can have a “hard pass,” a two-year press pass that allows reporters entry to the White House grounds, The Washington Post reported. Under the new rules, only journalists who have entered the White House grounds at least 90 days of the last 180 can renew their hard pass. Reporters who do not have a hard pass must apply for a new pass each time they need access. Temporary press passes are issued on a daily, weekly and six-month basis......

The new rules were announced in March and came after the White House revoked CNN correspondent Jim Acosta’s press pass over a combative exchange with President Trump at a news conference. A Trump-appointed federal judge ordered the White House to restore Acosta’s press pass, noting that the White House did not go through any formal process before making the decision......

The new policy also comes as the White House has gone out of its way to limit press access to the point where it is impractical for a journalist to spend 50 percent of their days at the White House.

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Reply #2 posted 05/10/19 7:21am

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HOW ABOUT ALL THE LIES THEY SPREAD ABOUT PRESIDENT TRUMP. ABOUT HOW HE WOULD BE LIKE HITLER. HOW IS THAT ONE WORKING OUT? STUPID


He is like Hitler. The fact that you can't see it is terrifying.


Nazism was far more extreme both in its ideas and in its practice. In almost every respect it was an anti-intellectual and atheoretical movement, emphasizing the will of the charismatic dictator as the sole source of inspiration of a people and a nation, as well as a vision of annihilation of all enemies.


He stressed the fact that all propaganda must hold its intellectual level at the capacity of the least intelligent of those at whom it is directed and that its truthfulness is much less important than its success.



Rejecting rationalism, liberalism, democracy, the rule of law, human rights, and all movements of international cooperation and peace, it stressed instinct, the subordination of the individual to the state, and the necessity of blind and unswerving obedience to leaders appointed from above. It also emphasized the inequality of men and races and the right of the strong to rule the weak; sought to purge or suppress competing political, religious, and social institutions; advanced an ethic of hardness and ferocity; and partly destroyed class distinctions by drawing into the movement misfits and failures from all social classes. Although socialism was traditionally an internationalist creed, the radical wing of Nazism knew that a mass base existed for policies that were simultaneously anticapitalist and nationalist. However, after Hitler secured power, this radical strain was eliminated.



Opposition to the regime was destroyed either by outright terror or, more frequently, by the all-pervading fear of possible repression. Opponents of the regime were branded enemies of the state and of the people, and an elaborate web of informers—often members of the family or intimate friends—imposed utmost caution on all expressions and activities. Justice was no longer recognized as objective but was completely subordinated to the alleged needs and interests of the Volk. In addition to the now-debased methods of the normal judicial process, special detention camps were erected. In these camps the SS exercised supreme authority and introduced a system of sadistic brutality unrivaled in modern times.



Should I go on? https://www.britannica.com/event/Nazism

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Reply #3 posted 05/10/19 8:55am

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Lock her up. haha

All you others say Hell Yea!! woot!
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Reply #4 posted 05/12/19 6:08am

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"exactly" like hitler.... GTFOOHWTBSYSFGB!! lol

It's silly shit like this that will guarantee we get the clown for 4 more years. confused



[Edited 5/12/19 6:24am]

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Reply #5 posted 05/12/19 7:20am

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"Donald Trump refused to say that he’d respect the results of this election. By doing that, he’s threatening our democracy."


Oh and she admitted to breaking the law. She in on tape admitting to ordering her staff to break the law. (to remove the classified markings and sending it to her). Comey said she broke the law 1000s of times. And there was no requirement for evidence of "intent." But there was clear evidence of intent! And as she was informed that the emails would be checked she was required to preserve them ALL. She had NO LEGAL option to vet them herself... THAT IS THE POINT of them being checked!


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Reply #6 posted 05/12/19 8:07am

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It's funny. We have someone here who is obsessed about putting a private citizen in jail - a private citizen who has been exonerated by every single investigation she's undergone. And she has actually been exonerated - she has never claimed exoneration where there was none.

But this same person does not think the sitting president of the United States should be brought to justice, despite the overwhleming evidence and official conclusions that he has committed multiple felonies and is, in fact, an unindicted co-conspirator in an on-going federal investigation that has resulted in the federal imprisonment of the sitting president's lawyer/co-conspirator. The sitting president is only "un-indicted" because of the current office he holds; however, he is certainly subject to impeachment, conviction and removal from office.

But this particular poster is only able to comment upon his wishes for actions against a multiple-times exonerated private individual. This is because, of course, that the private individual is a Democrat whereas the president is a Republican.

Ladies and gentleman, you will never see a more striking example of partisanship by a private citizen than this.

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Reply #7 posted 05/12/19 8:14am

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RodeoSchro said:

It's funny. We have someone here who is obsessed about putting a private citizen in jail - a private citizen who has been exonerated by every single investigation she's undergone. And she has actually been exonerated - she has never claimed exoneration where there was none.

But this same person does not think the sitting president of the United States should be brought to justice, despite the overwhleming evidence and official conclusions that he has committed multiple felonies and is, in fact, an unindicted co-conspirator in an on-going federal investigation that has resulted in the federal imprisonment of the sitting president's lawyer/co-conspirator. The sitting president is only "un-indicted" because of the current office he holds; however, he is certainly subject to impeachment, conviction and removal from office.

But this particular poster is only able to comment upon his wishes for actions against a multiple-times exonerated private individual. This is because, of course, that the private individual is a Democrat whereas the president is a Republican.

Ladies and gentleman, you will never see a more striking example of partisanship by a private citizen than this.

Yep, it is disgusting.

"If we had had confidence the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so."
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Reply #8 posted 05/12/19 8:15am

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"exactly" like hitler.... GTFOOHWTBSYSFGB!! lol

It's silly shit like this that will guarantee we get the clown for 4 more years. confused



[Edited 5/12/19 6:24am]

Sad that pointing out the crimes that this piece of shit has commited is "silly shit". GTFOOHWTBSYSFGBFUCKTRUMPSTRAIGHTTOHELL.

"If we had had confidence the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so."
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Reply #9 posted 05/12/19 8:15am

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13cjk13 said:

RodeoSchro said:

It's funny. We have someone here who is obsessed about putting a private citizen in jail - a private citizen who has been exonerated by every single investigation she's undergone. And she has actually been exonerated - she has never claimed exoneration where there was none.

But this same person does not think the sitting president of the United States should be brought to justice, despite the overwhleming evidence and official conclusions that he has committed multiple felonies and is, in fact, an unindicted co-conspirator in an on-going federal investigation that has resulted in the federal imprisonment of the sitting president's lawyer/co-conspirator. The sitting president is only "un-indicted" because of the current office he holds; however, he is certainly subject to impeachment, conviction and removal from office.

But this particular poster is only able to comment upon his wishes for actions against a multiple-times exonerated private individual. This is because, of course, that the private individual is a Democrat whereas the president is a Republican.

Ladies and gentleman, you will never see a more striking example of partisanship by a private citizen than this.

Yep, it is disgusting.




It's the kind of position taken by people who put tax cuts ahead of the Ten Commandments.

Lost souls. I pray they find their way back to fairness and equity.

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Reply #10 posted 05/12/19 9:08am

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RodeoSchro said:

It's funny. We have someone here who is obsessed about putting a private citizen in jail - a private citizen who has been exonerated by every single investigation she's undergone. And she has actually been exonerated - she has never claimed exoneration where there was none.

But this same person does not think the sitting president of the United States should be brought to justice, despite the overwhleming evidence and official conclusions that he has committed multiple felonies and is, in fact, an unindicted co-conspirator in an on-going federal investigation that has resulted in the federal imprisonment of the sitting president's lawyer/co-conspirator. The sitting president is only "un-indicted" because of the current office he holds; however, he is certainly subject to impeachment, conviction and removal from office.

But this particular poster is only able to comment upon his wishes for actions against a multiple-times exonerated private individual. This is because, of course, that the private individual is a Democrat whereas the president is a Republican.

Ladies and gentleman, you will never see a more striking example of partisanship by a private citizen than this.

except Comey said she deleted 1,000s of emails that were subject to a order to preserve...

Except comey said she did have emails that were marked classified when she sent then and when she recived them...

this was days after her serial rapist husband met with the AG in a secret meeting... OH NO nothing to it at all!


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Reply #11 posted 05/12/19 10:21am

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Didn't realize he was charged on rape?

All you others say Hell Yea!! woot!
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Reply #12 posted 05/12/19 2:18pm

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13cjk13 said:

djThunderfunk said:

"exactly" like hitler.... GTFOOHWTBSYSFGB!! lol

It's silly shit like this that will guarantee we get the clown for 4 more years. confused



[Edited 5/12/19 6:24am]

Sad that pointing out the crimes that this piece of shit has commited is "silly shit". GTFOOHWTBSYSFGBFUCKTRUMPSTRAIGHTTOHELL.


Yeah, that'll get votes... lol

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Reply #13 posted 05/12/19 5:14pm

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TOPIC IS HILLARY STATING ‘INTERNET CONSPIRACY FETISHIZING’ LOST THE ELECTION BTW. I STATED I BELIEVE DEMS MADE UP LIES AND LIES ABOUT DONALD TRUMP TO THE POINT THAT PEOPLE THOUGHT HE WOULD BE ANOTHER HITLER AND START WW3 AND CRUMBLE THE MARKETS. ALL OF THAT CAME TO PASS. SO FOR HILLARY TO STATE "CONSPIRACY" LOST THE ELECTION, I CALL BULLSHIT AS THEY SPREAD MORE LIES ABOUT PRESIDENT TRUMP.

What are you outraged about today? CNN has not told you yet?
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Reply #14 posted 05/12/19 6:40pm

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I hope you spent your ban time productively.
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Reply #15 posted 05/12/19 6:59pm

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RodeoSchro said:

I hope you spent your ban time productively.


Thanks
What are you outraged about today? CNN has not told you yet?
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Reply #16 posted 05/13/19 5:07am

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

RodeoSchro said:

It's funny. We have someone here who is obsessed about putting a private citizen in jail - a private citizen who has been exonerated by every single investigation she's undergone. And she has actually been exonerated - she has never claimed exoneration where there was none.

But this same person does not think the sitting president of the United States should be brought to justice, despite the overwhleming evidence and official conclusions that he has committed multiple felonies and is, in fact, an unindicted co-conspirator in an on-going federal investigation that has resulted in the federal imprisonment of the sitting president's lawyer/co-conspirator. The sitting president is only "un-indicted" because of the current office he holds; however, he is certainly subject to impeachment, conviction and removal from office.

But this particular poster is only able to comment upon his wishes for actions against a multiple-times exonerated private individual. This is because, of course, that the private individual is a Democrat whereas the president is a Republican.

Ladies and gentleman, you will never see a more striking example of partisanship by a private citizen than this.

except Comey said she deleted 1,000s of emails that were subject to a order to preserve...

Except comey said she did have emails that were marked classified when she sent then and when she recived them...

this was days after her serial rapist husband met with the AG in a secret meeting... OH NO nothing to it at all!




And Trump, per Mueller report, has gotten rid of evidence, has refused to take notes of meetings with foreign dignitaries, and has broken the law (The Presidential Records Act) when he grabbed the interpreters notes from his meeting with Putin. You always point at Clinton, stating she did this or that, but even after a GOP led investigation into Clinton's emails and their determination that she did NOTHING wrong and they found NO EVIDENCE of wrongdoing you refuse to look at Trump's actions, when he DID do something wrong.

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Reply #17 posted 05/13/19 5:37am

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benni said:



OnlyNDaUsa said:




RodeoSchro said:


It's funny. We have someone here who is obsessed about putting a private citizen in jail - a private citizen who has been exonerated by every single investigation she's undergone. And she has actually been exonerated - she has never claimed exoneration where there was none.

But this same person does not think the sitting president of the United States should be brought to justice, despite the overwhleming evidence and official conclusions that he has committed multiple felonies and is, in fact, an unindicted co-conspirator in an on-going federal investigation that has resulted in the federal imprisonment of the sitting president's lawyer/co-conspirator. The sitting president is only "un-indicted" because of the current office he holds; however, he is certainly subject to impeachment, conviction and removal from office.

But this particular poster is only able to comment upon his wishes for actions against a multiple-times exonerated private individual. This is because, of course, that the private individual is a Democrat whereas the president is a Republican.

Ladies and gentleman, you will never see a more striking example of partisanship by a private citizen than this.





except Comey said she deleted 1,000s of emails that were subject to a order to preserve...

Except comey said she did have emails that were marked classified when she sent then and when she recived them...

this was days after her serial rapist husband met with the AG in a secret meeting... OH NO nothing to it at all!






And Trump, per Mueller report, has gotten rid of evidence, has refused to take notes of meetings with foreign dignitaries, and has broken the law (The Presidential Records Act) when he grabbed the interpreters notes from his meeting with Putin. You always point at Clinton, stating she did this or that, but even after a GOP led investigation into Clinton's emails and their determination that she did NOTHING wrong and they found NO EVIDENCE of wrongdoing you refuse to look at Trump's actions, when he DID do something wrong.




That’s why his actions are the very definition of “partisan”. Fairness or an open mind don’t exist in that world.
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Reply #18 posted 05/13/19 6:17am

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

except Comey said she deleted 1,000s of emails that were subject to a order to preserve...

Except comey said she did have emails that were marked classified when she sent then and when she recived them...

this was days after her serial rapist husband met with the AG in a secret meeting... OH NO nothing to it at all!



SNIP - Of4$


cool... anything goes, who needs judges or verdicts? accusations is all we need! yeah!!
facts don't matter in the age of that fake-ass babyfucking colluding Russian spy and terrorist tax evading traitor





[Edited 5/13/19 6:38am]

Ideally speaking, the President of the United States and the dumbest person in the country would be two different people. Oh well.... money can't fix stupid
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Reply #19 posted 05/13/19 6:47am

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BombSquad said:

OnlyNDaUsa said:

except Comey said she deleted 1,000s of emails that were subject to a order to preserve...

Except comey said she did have emails that were marked classified when she sent then and when she recived them...

this was days after her serial rapist husband met with the AG in a secret meeting... OH NO nothing to it at all!



SNIP - Of4$


cool... anything goes, who needs judges or verdicts? accusations is all we need! yeah!!
facts don't matter in the age of that fake-ass babyfucking colluding Russian spy and terrorist tax evading traitor


All conspiracy theories. I can't imagine you stating that about Obama without a lifetime ban from the forum. Ridiculous!

What are you outraged about today? CNN has not told you yet?
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Reply #20 posted 05/13/19 6:57am

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BombSquad said:

OnlyNDaUsa said:

except Comey said she deleted 1,000s of emails that were subject to a order to preserve...

Except comey said she did have emails that were marked classified when she sent then and when she recived them...

this was days after her serial rapist husband met with the AG in a secret meeting... OH NO nothing to it at all!



SNIP - Of4$


cool... anything goes, who needs judges or verdicts? accusations is all we need! yeah!!
facts don't matter in the age of that fake-ass babyfucking colluding Russian spy and terrorist tax evading traitor





[Edited 5/13/19 6:38am]



AFAIK, in this forum calling a politician a rapist is ok, calling another poster a rapist... not ok.

Ross Perot was right!!
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Reply #21 posted 05/13/19 8:36am

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djThunderfunk said:

BombSquad said:


SNIP - Of4$


cool... anything goes, who needs judges or verdicts? accusations is all we need! yeah!!
facts don't matter in the age of that fake-ass babyfucking colluding Russian spy and terrorist tax evading traitor





[Edited 5/13/19 6:38am]



AFAIK, in this forum calling a politician a rapist is ok, calling another poster a rapist... not ok.

Didn't noticed this and it is horrible. eek

What are you outraged about today? CNN has not told you yet?
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SuperFurryAnimal said:

djThunderfunk said:



AFAIK, in this forum calling a politician a rapist is ok, calling another poster a rapist... not ok.

Didn't noticed this and it is horrible. eek

okay, one might be against some local forum rules, fine...

but rules aside, if you think that using the term serial rapist towards a person without evidence is "horrible" then it is horrible for Only just as it is for me. unless you are a hypocritic phoney fuck with double-standards

what is also clear, that in one of those two cases it must have been done by a sissy coward without any fear of consequences since it does not violate rules, and because it was used against someone not around to defend himself

as usual, just right wing MAGA cowardice


[Edited 5/13/19 9:05am]

Ideally speaking, the President of the United States and the dumbest person in the country would be two different people. Oh well.... money can't fix stupid
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BombSquad said:

SuperFurryAnimal said:

Didn't noticed this and it is horrible. eek

okay, one might be against some local forum rules, fine...

but rules aside, if you think that using the term serial rapist towards a person without evidence is "horrible" then it is horrible for Only just as it is for me. unless you are a hypocritic phoney fuck with double-standards

what is also clear, that in one of those two cases it must have been done by a sissy coward without any fear of consequences since it does not violate rules, and because it was used against someone not around to defend himself

as usual, just right wing MAGA cowardice


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It's interesting to note that one person uses the term "serial rapist" with no evidence supporting that whatsoever - only conjecture and debunked conspiracy theories exist to back that asertion up.

On the other hand, "unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump" is 100% factual and accurate, backed up by admissions from the unrepentant serial adulterer himself.

Facts matter. So does character. Well, at least those things matter to Democrats. They do not matter to radical right-wing Republicans.

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Reply #24 posted 05/13/19 9:36am

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RodeoSchro said:

BombSquad said:

okay, one might be against some local forum rules, fine...

but rules aside, if you think that using the term serial rapist towards a person without evidence is "horrible" then it is horrible for Only just as it is for me. unless you are a hypocritic phoney fuck with double-standards

what is also clear, that in one of those two cases it must have been done by a sissy coward without any fear of consequences since it does not violate rules, and because it was used against someone not around to defend himself

as usual, just right wing MAGA cowardice


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It's interesting to note that one person uses the term "serial rapist" with no evidence supporting that whatsoever - only conjecture and debunked conspiracy theories exist to back that asertion up.

On the other hand, "unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump" is 100% factual and accurate, backed up by admissions from the unrepentant serial adulterer himself.

Facts matter. So does character. Well, at least those things matter to Democrats. They do not matter to radical right-wing Republicans.

SCARBOROUGH: ‘MANY DEMOCRATS BELIEVE BILL CLINTON IS A RAPIST’

‘They would tell me off the air that he raped Juanita Broaddrick’

https://www.infowars.com/...-a-rapist/

What are you outraged about today? CNN has not told you yet?
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Reply #25 posted 05/13/19 9:47am

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SuperFurryAnimal said:

RodeoSchro said:



It's interesting to note that one person uses the term "serial rapist" with no evidence supporting that whatsoever - only conjecture and debunked conspiracy theories exist to back that asertion up.

On the other hand, "unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump" is 100% factual and accurate, backed up by admissions from the unrepentant serial adulterer himself.

Facts matter. So does character. Well, at least those things matter to Democrats. They do not matter to radical right-wing Republicans.

SCARBOROUGH: ‘MANY DEMOCRATS BELIEVE BILL CLINTON IS A RAPIST’

‘They would tell me off the air that he raped Juanita Broaddrick’

https://www.infowars.com/...-a-rapist/



Again, nothing but conjecture. No proof.

Even more laughable, you linked to Infowars. No one with working brain cells is going to believe anything from that fat fuck Alex Jones or any of his chickenshit friends.

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Reply #26 posted 05/13/19 9:52am

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RodeoSchro said:

SuperFurryAnimal said:

SCARBOROUGH: ‘MANY DEMOCRATS BELIEVE BILL CLINTON IS A RAPIST’

‘They would tell me off the air that he raped Juanita Broaddrick’

https://www.infowars.com/...-a-rapist/



Again, nothing but conjecture. No proof.

Even more laughable, you linked to Infowars. No one with working brain cells is going to believe anything from that fat fuck Alex Jones or any of his chickenshit friends.

What are you outraged about today? CNN has not told you yet?
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Reply #27 posted 05/13/19 10:25am

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SuperFurryAnimal said:

RodeoSchro said:



Again, nothing but conjecture. No proof.

Even more laughable, you linked to Infowars. No one with working brain cells is going to believe anything from that fat fuck Alex Jones or any of his chickenshit friends.




More anecdotes, no actual evidence. Paula Jones' case was dismissed, as I'm sure you recall. Clinton later settled with her to avoid the time and expense of her anticipated appeal. So, sorry - no actual evidence that Bill Clinton raped anyone, much less enough women to be labelled a "serial rapist".

On the other hand, unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump has admitted he has cheated on at least two of his wives; that he tried to bed another man's wife (while almost certainly after he had married his third wife); and has stated that he does not feel the need to ask God for forgiveness for anything he's done - including adultery.

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Reply #28 posted 05/13/19 10:40am

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SuperFurryAnimal said:

RodeoSchro said:



Again, nothing but conjecture. No proof.

Even more laughable, you linked to Infowars. No one with working brain cells is going to believe anything from that fat fuck Alex Jones or any of his chickenshit friends.

Fox "news". HILARIOUS lol lol lol lol lol

"If we had had confidence the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so."
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BombSquad said:

SuperFurryAnimal said:

Didn't noticed this and it is horrible. eek

okay, one might be against some local forum rules, fine...

but rules aside, if you think that using the term serial rapist towards a person without evidence is "horrible" then it is horrible for Only just as it is for me. unless you are a hypocritic phoney fuck with double-standards

what is also clear, that in one of those two cases it must have been done by a sissy coward without any fear of consequences since it does not violate rules, and because it was used against someone not around to defend himself

as usual, just right wing MAGA cowardice


[Edited 5/13/19 9:05am]


So, is it left wing cowardice when you say the nasty things you do about the trumpclown and other righties you hate? lol

Ross Perot was right!!
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