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Actual Murderer? Lewandowski?
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bruce bowser
2021-10-08 18:38:26 UTC
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Ex-Trump Aide Corey Lewandowski Bragged About Killing Two Men Before Groping Donor: Police Report

"According to Odom's statement, which was published in full by the U.K.-based tabloid The Daily Mail, Lewandowski was discussing his childhood in a "bad part of Boston" when he started talking about the people he had killed.

"I initially believed that he was joking and attempted to laugh it off, Odom told police, adding that he did not appear to be drunk. "That is when Lewandowski went into detail and stated something to the effect of, 'When I was 10, I stabbed someone over and over again, killing him.' He continued and shared that when he was older he stabbed a man in the back of the head, also killing him.""

Salon Magazine - 4 days ago
-- https://www.salon.com/2021/10/03/ex-aide-corey-lewandowski-bragged-about-two-men-before-groping-donor-police-report/
Rudy Canoza
2021-10-08 18:47:45 UTC
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Ex-Trump Aide Corey Lewandowski Bragged About Killing Two Men Before Groping Donor: Police Report
"According to Odom's statement, which was published in full by the U.K.-based tabloid The Daily Mail, Lewandowski was discussing his childhood in a "bad part of Boston" when he started talking about the people he had killed.
"I initially believed that he was joking and attempted to laugh it off, Odom told police, adding that he did not appear to be drunk. "That is when Lewandowski went into detail and stated something to the effect of, 'When I was 10, I stabbed someone over and over again, killing him.' He continued and shared that when he was older he stabbed a man in the back of the head, also killing him.""
Trump only hangs out with the best people.
AlleyCat
2021-10-09 02:39:22 UTC
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On Fri, 8 Oct 2021 11:47:45 -0700, Rudy Canoza says...
Post by Rudy Canoza
Trump only hangs out with the best people.
Biden too.

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How many people do you personally know who have died mysteriously?

How about in plane crashes or car wrecks?

Bizarre suicides?

People beaten to death or murdered in a hail of bullets, or hung in a jail
cell?

Has ANY President of Democrat politician lost SO many bodyguards?

And what about violent freak accidents - like separate mountain biking and
skiing collisions in Aspen, Colorado? Or barbells crushing a person's throat?

Apparently, if you're Bill or Hillary Clinton, the answer to that question is
at least 33 - and possibly many more.

"Clinton body count or left-wing conspiracy? Three with ties to DNC
mysteriously die."

Ted Koppel, then-anchor of ABC News' "Nightline," routinely had discussions on
the issue following the July 20, 1993, death of White House Deputy Counsel
Vince Foster. In fact, he appeared on Koppel's show.

"One of the things I said was, 'Who knows what happened here? But let me ask
you a question.' I said, 'Ted, how many people do you know in your life who've
been murdered? Ted, how many people do you know in your life that have died
under suspicious circumstances?'

"Of course, the answer is zilch, zero, nada, none, very few." "Ask the Clintons
that question. And it's a significant number. It's a lot of people that they
know who have died, who've been murdered.

"And the same question here from Rachel Alexander. It's amazing the cycle that
exists with the Clintons. [Citing Townhall]: 'What it comes down to is this:
how many other politicians have you heard of who have had so many mysterious
deaths associated with them? You don't hear of a Bush body count - not even an
Obama body count.' There is a Clinton body count."

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Barbara Wise - Nov. 29, 1996

Barbara Wise, 48, was a 14-year Commerce Department staff member who worked
with Ron Brown (see "Ron Brown" entry below, killed in a plane crash) and John
Huang, who worked at the Worthen Bank in Little Rock, where he met then-Gov.
Bill Clinton. Huang, who was born in China, was also a former executive of the
Lippo Group in Indonesia. Huang met with Clinton at the White House 10 times
between June 21 and June 27, 1994. As WND reported in 2000, "Right after that,
Webster Hubbell ... received $100,000 from the Lippo Group. Shortly after the
money was given to Mr. Hubbell, Huang obtained a secret clearance and an
executive position as assistant secretary of the Commerce Department. While at
the Commerce Department, Huang obtained secret materials on trade deals with
Indonesia, China, Japan, Korea and the Middle East. Huang also obtained
information on U.S. Patriot missile deals with South Korea and mobile artillery
for Kuwait." Asked if he was a spy for Beijing, Huang reportedly took pleaded
the Fifth Amendment nearly 2,000 times.

Wise's body was found partially nude and bruised in her office. Her death was
attributed to natural causes, as Wise had reportedly received several blood
transfusions for a liver ailment.

Ron Brown - April 3, 1996

Ron Brown, who had served as U.S. secretary of commerce, was killed in a plane
crash after Hillary Clinton dispatched him on a dubious mission to a war-torn
corner of the world, as WND reported. Brown and 34 others died when their Air
Force plane crashed into a Croatian mountainside. Brown's flight left the Tuzla
airport in Bosnia, a Muslim country where some were hostile to the American
presence there.

"To protect his son Michael from prison, Ron Brown threatened to expose the
White House's yet unrevealed Asian fundraising scheme, in which Brown had
played a major role," wrote WND contributor and investigative writer Jack
Cashill. "Just weeks before his death, Brown started going to church for the
first time in ages. He was scared for his life and that of his confidante,
Nolanda Hill."

Cashill noted that the Croatian government suddenly insisted on a Dubrovnik
stop, a two-mile deviation from the flight path that the Air Force said was
"inexplicable."

"For the first time ever on friendly soil, the White House ordered the Air
Force to skip the 'safety' phase of the investigation and move directly to the
'accident' phase," Cashill wrote. "There would be no consideration other than
accident, even though the airport was near the Bosnian border and in a
potential hot fire zone.

"Three days after the crash and two days before his scheduled interview by the
Air Force, the Croatian responsible for the airport's navigation system was
found dead with a bullet hole in his chest," Cashill continued.

"A day later, every pathologist who viewed Brown's body back in America
concluded that his head wound, at the very least, looked like a bullet hole."

There would be no autopsy. No forensic testing. No search for an exit wound.
Head X-rays were destroyed, or "lost."

"The three Armed Forces pathologists and the forensic photographer who blew the
whistle on this case had their careers destroyed," Cashill wrote. "... [T]he
Armed Forces Institute of Pathology brass assured the public that Brown dies of
'multiple blunt force injuries to the head.' He was the only one of the 35
victims to have a reported head wound."

Charles Meissner - April 3, 1996

Charles Meissner, the assistant secretary of commerce, had issued John Huang a
security clearance. (See "Ron Miller" and "Barbara Wise" entries.) He and Ron
Brown were killed in a plane crash. (See "Ron Brown" entry.)

Stanley Huggins - June 23, 1994

Stanley Huggins reportedly had been investigating the Madison Guaranty Savings
and Loan collapse (see "James McDougal" entry). Reports indicate he died of
viral pneumonia before his 300 pages of findings could be released.

Bill Shelton - June 12, 1994

Bill Shelton was the fiancé of Kathy Ferguson (see "Kathy Ferguson" entry
below), and he questioned whether Ferguson had actually committed suicide.

Shelton, too, was reported to have committed suicide with a gun at Ferguson's
grave site.

Kathy Ferguson - May 10, 1994

Kathy Ferguson was reported to have died from a suicide in which she shot
herself in the head, though her packed bags were found next to her body,
possibly indicating she planned to leave her home.

Ferguson was the ex-wife of Arkansas Trooper Danny Ferguson, who had been a co-
defendant, along with Clinton, in the Paula Jones lawsuit. Danny Ferguson had
escorted Paula Jones to Clinton's hotel room. Kathy Ferguson was a
corroborating witness for Paula Jones.

James Bunch - Feb. 11, 1994

James Bunch, 46, a Texas state employee in Austin who ran a prostitution ring
from his office, reportedly died from a suicide involving a gun. Bunch was said
to have owned a "little black book" of influential people, including at least
one "state legislator," from Texas and Arkansas who visited prostitutes.
Bunch's files contained descriptions of his high-profile clients, their sexual
preferences, the amount of money they were willing to spend, and whether they
were "good" or "bad" clients who might hurt the escorts. According to a report
in the Telegraph, "There [was] a possibility that juveniles were involved in
his business. Police told the Associated Press Bunch was arrested and
interrogated, but he hadn't appeared distraught or suicidal.

Gandy Baugh - Jan. 8, 1994

Gandy Baugh, who had been an attorney for Clinton pal and drug convict Dan
Lasater, reportedly killed himself by leaping from a window of a tall building.
Lasater, a figure in the Whitewater controversy, had been convicted of dealing
cocaine and served six months in jail. But Clinton later pardoned him.

In 1984, Lasater had purchased Angel Fire Resort, a ski resort near Taos, New
Mexico, and promoted it using Clinton's name. A U.S. Customs investigative
report revealed the resort was used for drug operations and money laundering.

Ed Willey - Nov. 29, 1993

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Kathleen Willey

Kathleen Willey

In her book alleging a campaign of slander and intimidation orchestrated
chiefly by Hillary Clinton, Kathleen Willey pointed a finger of suspicion at
the former first couple for the death of her husband, Ed Willey, who was
believed to have killed himself.

Kathleen Willey, who said she was groped by President Clinton in the White
House, acknowledged in an interview with WND in November 2007 that she stood by
the speculation she posed about her husband's demise in "Target: Caught in the
Crosshairs of Bill and Hillary Clinton."

Asked if she suspected her husband Ed, a lawyer and son of a prominent Virginia
lawmaker, was murdered, Willey replied, "Most definitely."

Did she believe the Clintons were involved?

"I do have suspicions," Willey said, "yes."

It was Ed Willey's dire financial straits that prompted Kathleen, then a White
House volunteer, to seek a meeting with President Clinton in the Oval Office to
plead for a paying job and any other help the commander-in-chief could give.

But Willey alleges the Nov. 29, 1993, meeting ended abruptly when the president
cornered her in a private passageway and sexually assaulted her.

At the time of that meeting, Clinton and Willey were unaware that Ed Willey was
lying dead of a gunshot wound to his mouth in the woods near his car, parked on
a hunting path in rural King and Queen County, Virginia.

What makes a book about Bill and Hillary Clinton so explosive that someone
would STEAL it? Kathleen Willey tells America the shocking story in her book,
"Target: Caught in the Crosshairs of Bill and Hillary Clinton."

Kathleen Willey became known in the summer of 1997 after lawyers for Clinton
accuser Paula Jones gave her name to a national magazine reporter. She was
scheduled to become one of only three witnesses in the Clinton impeachment
trial until some members of the House and Senate refused to allow her to
testify.

In the book, Willey recounts numerous incidents she believes were designed to
terrorize her into silence, with the latest taking place in September, just as
the book was in its final stages.

As WND reported, Willey said she was the target of an unusual house burglary
over the Labor Day weekend for which she blames the Clintons. While asleep
upstairs in her Virginia home, she said, a copy of a manuscript for "Target"
was stolen.

Willey told WND the break-in at her house reminded her of the widely reported
incident 10 years ago in which she claimed she was threatened near her present
Richmond-area home by a "jogger" just two days before she was to testify
against President Clinton in the Jones case.

She contends elements of the autopsy report of her husband's death are
inconsistent with suicide, pointing to similarities to the death of White House
aide Vince Foster, also believed to have killed himself. (See "Vince Foster"
entry.)

"I've seen too much evidence regarding other people who have been involved with
the Clintons," she told WND.

Facing a deadline to repay hundreds of thousands of dollars he owed to "bad
people" who threatened him, Ed Willey had an apparent motive for suicide, and
five notes to loved ones were discovered by his secretary.

But Kathleen Willey writes "she could never understand how he could leave us,"
noting that while the letters are in his writing, "I also know that anyone
would write anything at gunpoint."

What motive could anyone have to murder him?

Willey writes that after her husband's death, her friend Carole in Colorado
told her something she had not known. Ed had confided to Carole's husband that
he had taken a briefcase full of cash to Little Rock, Ark., during the
presidential campaign.

Willey said she was shocked but acknowledged her husband could have done it.
Later she found a reference on a blog that explored illegal fundraising
activities by the Clintons and noted Ed Willey was known for "handling large
briefcases full of cash" as part of the 1992 presidential campaign.

She speculates: "I have no idea how anyone other than the Clintons would know
that Ed might have carried cash in briefcases. So why would he be killed?
Because he was carrying illegal money? That's probably not enough reason. But
what if, in his desperation, Ed had 'illegally borrowed' from the campaign?"

In the book, Willey says she goes back and forth in her mind on what happened
to her husband, and "as I do, the possibility lingers, logical or not, that Ed
was murdered."

Jerry Luther Parks - Sept. 26, 1993

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Jerry Luther Parks

Jerry Luther Parks

Two months after White House Deputy Counsel Vince Foster died, Jerry Luther
Parks - who had been head of security for Bill Clinton's headquarters in Little
Rock, Arkansas, during the 1992 presidential campaign and gubernatorial years -
was shot through the rear window of his car with a semiautomatic handgun.

As WND reported, Jerry Luther Parks was reportedly watching a news bulletin on
the death of Vincent Foster (see "Vince Foster" entry below) when he turned
from the television and muttered, "I'm a dead man." His son, Gary, was with him
in the room. It was July 21, 1993. Foster had just been found dead in Fort
Marcy Park, about seven miles from the White House, across the Potomac River in
Virginia. Foster had been shot through the head, said the bulletin, an apparent
suicide. (See "Vince Foster" entry below.)

British journalist Ambrose Evans-Pritchard interviewed the Parks family
extensively. In "The Secret Life of Bill Clinton," he reported that Parks was a
nervous wreck for the next two months. He packed a gun and drove evasively to
shake off any possible pursuers. At one point, Parks told his family that Bill
Clinton was "cleaning house" and that he was "next on the list."

On Sept. 23, 1993, as Parks was driving to his suburban Little Rock home along
the Chenal Parkway, a white Chevrolet Caprice with two men inside drove
alongside and peppered Parks' car with semiautomatic gunfire. Parks's car
ground to a halt. A man emerged from the white Chevy, fired two rounds into
Parks' chest with a 9-mm pistol, then sped off.

Several witnesses watched the murder. The killers were never found. As with so
many other "Arkancides" - the name given to the long list of suspicious deaths
among Arkansas associates of the Clintons - Big Media ignored the event.

One of the last people to see Vincent Foster alive was Linda Tripp, who then
worked as a secretary for Foster's boss, White House Counsel Bernard Nussbaum.
Tripp testified before Kenneth Starr's grand jury on July 28, 1998, that the
reason she had leaked Monica Lewinsky's story to Michael Isikoff at Newsweek
was that Tripp hoped the spotlight of national publicity might protect her from
physical harm.

"I am afraid of this administration," Tripp told the grand jury.

She continued, "I have what I consider to be well-founded fears of what they
are capable of ... I had reasons to believe that the Vince Foster tragedy was
not depicted accurately under oath by members of the administration ... I knew
based on personal knowledge, personal observations, that they were lying under
oath. So it became very fearful to me that I had information even back then
that was dangerous."

A juror asked, "But do you have any examples of violence being done by the
administration to people who were a threat to them?"

Tripp named Jerry Parks: "[T]he behavior in the West Wing with senior staff to
the president during the time the Jerry Parks [murder report] came over the fax
frightened me. He had been killed," she said.

The "flurry of activity," the closed-door meetings and the "hush-hush"
atmosphere in the White House all struck her as ominous and frightening.

"Maybe you had to be there," said Tripp.

"[The news of Parks' death] was something they wanted to get out in front of.
There was talk that this would be another body to add to the list of 40 bodies
or something that were associated with the Clinton administration. At that
time, I didn't know what that meant. I have since come to see such a list."

After the murder, Gary Parks told a staffer of the New York Observer his father
and Vince Foster had investigated Clinton's affairs at Hillary's request.

"He said that Vince Foster had called up his father, who was working as a
private investigator, to look into Clinton's romantic life in about 1980, after
Bill Clinton had lost the governor's office following his first term. Parks
said Hillary wanted a divorce. It looked like maybe the juggernaut she'd
believed in, and married, was over. Clinton had by then lost two big races and
won two. Till the Comeback Kid-boy is Bill Clinton gutsy-won back the
governorship in 1982. But in the early 80s, Parks said, Hillary asked her law
partner Vince Foster to prepare a divorce case and Foster called Parks, who
compiled a dossier of women's statements. Parks said that Hillary later decided
against a divorce, but that his father held on to the dossier. Then in 1993,
Parks said, after Vince Foster went to Washington, he demanded the return of
the file, and even called Jerry Parks in the days before his, Foster's, death,
to demand it. And that two months later his father was murdered, because, Parks
said, he had held out on returning the file. (The L.R. police never solved his
father's murder, not when I was looking into it a few years afterward.)"

Dr. Stanley Heard - Sept. 10, 1993

Dr. Stanley Heard of Hot Springs, Arkansas, had treated Bill Clinton's mother,
stepfather and brother and served as chairman of Clinton's National
Chiropractic Health Care Advisory Committee. He was killed, along with his
attorney, Steve Dickson, of Topeka, Kansas, in a plane crash 50 miles west of
Washington.

The plane radioed to Dulles that there was a fire before it crashed. That
aircraft was the second one to cause problems for Dickson on the trip.

In 1993, the Washington Post reported, "Dickson flew his own plane from Topeka,
but on the way to Washington it developed problems in St. Louis. There, he left
his plane for repair and rented another plane."

The National Transportation and Security Board said the crash was due to " an
inadequate annual inspection of the airplane and non-compliance with
airworthiness directives by company maintenance personnel."

Jon Parnell Walker - Aug. 15, 1993

Jon Parnell Walker fell to his death from the top of the Lincoln Towers
building in Arlington, Virginia.

On July 10, 1994, Connecticut's The Day newspaper reported, "In March 1992,
Walker, and investigator for the Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC), had
contacted the Kansas City RTC regional office for information concerning
possible ties between Whitewater Development, Madison Guaranty Savings & Loan
[above] and the Clintons."

Vince Foster - July 20, 1993

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Hillary and Vince Foster

Vince Foster was deputy White House counsel and Hillary's friend and law
partner who had connections to the Travelgate and Whitewater scandals. In 1993,
Foster was found dead in a park with a fatal gunshot wound to his mouth. As WND
reported, his suicide was the subject of much speculation and three official
investigations.

Investigations by the U.S. Park Police, the Department of Justice, the FBI,
Congress, Independent Counsel Robert B. Fiske and Independent Counsel Kenneth
Starr concluded Foster's death was a suicide. However, as WND reported in 2003,
one of Starr's key investigators challenged the official line, insisting the
probe's result was predetermined, only a few plotters were required to engineer
the result, the crime scene was altered and that major newspaper editors killed
stories by reporters pursuing the truth. The Washington Post reported that
federal investigators were not allowed to enter Foster's office after his
death, but "White House aides enter[ed] Foster's office shortly after his
death, giving rise to speculation that files were removed from his office."

In his 2005 book "The Truth about Hillary: What She Knew, When She Knew It, And
How Far She'll Go to Become President," Edward Klein wrote of Hillary's
involvement in the effort to remove Foster's files:

The night of [Foster's] death, Hillary launched one of the most shameful -
and illegal - cover-ups of her entire career.

She sent two of her most trusted White House loyalists - Maggie Williams,
the First Lady's chief of staff, and Patsy Thomasson, who was in charge of
White House administration - into Foster's office to retrieve embarrassing and
incriminating documents related to Whitewater and Hillary's other personal
affairs. While White House Counsel Bernard Nussbaum barred investigators from
entering Foster's office, Maggie Williams, Patsy Thomasson, and Craig
Livingston, Hillary's director of White House security, removed armloads of
files and loose-leaf binders.

"In addition, a White House staffer allegedly tampered with the titles of
several memos and removed the first lady's initials in an effort to erase her
role in improper behavior."

Jim Wilhite - Dec. 21, 1992

Jim Whilhite, 54, vice chairman of ARKLA (see "Ron Miller" entry), is killed in
a one-man skiing accident. He reportedly "suffered severe head injuries when he
skied into a tree on Snowmass Mountain in Aspen, Colorado, while on a family
vacation." He had planned to retire from ARKLA the following April.

C. Victor Raiser II and Montgomery Raiser - July 30, 1992

C. Victor Raiser II, the finance co-chairman of Bill Clinton's presidential
campaign, was killed in a plane crash, along with his son, Montgomery, and
three other passengers. Another passenger and the pilot were injured.

Clinton campaign Press Secretary Dee Dee Myers described C. Victor Raiser II as
"a major player" in the Clinton organization, according to the New York Times.
He was the national finance co-chairman of Clinton's presidential campaign and
had been a friend of the Clintons for about a decade. He was also previously
the national finance chairman of the Democratic National Committee. He served
on the boards of the Democratic Business Council and the Center for National
Policy and the board of advisers of the Democratic Leadership Council.

Susan Coleman - Feb. 15, 1977

Susan Coleman, who was pregnant at the time of her death, was rumored to have
had an affair with Clinton while he was still Arkansas attorney general.
Clinton had been Coleman's law professor at the university of Arkansas in
Fayetteville.

Though Coleman died of a gunshot wound to the back of her head, her death was
ruled a suicide.

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A number of people connected to Bill Clinton have turned up dead.

James McDougal - Clinton's convicted Whitewater partner died of an apparent
heart attack, while in solitary confinement. He was a key witness in Ken
Starr's investigation. Was James McDougal Murdered In A Federal Prison To
Silence Him?

Ron Brown - Secretary of Commerce and former DNC Chairman. Reported to have
died by impact in a plane crash. A pathologist close to the investigation
reported that there was a hole in the top of Brown's skull resembling a gunshot
wound. At the time of his death Brown was being investigated, and spoke
publicly of his willingness to cut a deal with prosecutors.

The Botched Ron Brown Investigation

An Interview with AFIP Forensic Photographer Kathleen Janoski
by Wesley Phelan

Vince Foster - Former white House counselor, and colleague of Hillary Clinton
at Little Rock's Rose law firm. Died of a gunshot wound to the head, ruled a
suicide. Snippets From The Vince Foster Death Investigation

Mary Mahoney - A former White House intern was murdered July 1997 at a
Starbucks Coffee Shop in Georgetown. The murder happened just as she was to go
public with her story of sexual harassment in the White House.
Mary C. Mahoney and Eric Butera

Was this just a robbery gone bad? - See: Starbucks Suspect Faces Host of
Charges By Bill Miller Washington Post, August 5, 1999

C. Victor Raiser II - & - Montgomery Raiser: Major players in the Clinton fund
raising organization died in a private plane crash in July 1992.

Paul Tulley - Democratic National Committee Political Director found dead in a
hotel room in Little Rock, September 1992. Described by Clinton as a "Dear
friend and trusted advisor".

Ed Willey - Clinton fund raiser, found dead November 1993 deep in the woods in
Virginia of a gunshot wound to the head. Ruled a suicide. Ed Willey died on the
same day his wife Kathleen Willey claimed Bill Clinton groped her in the oval
office in the White House. Ed Willey was involved in several Clinton fund
raising events.

Jerry Parks - Head of Clinton's gubernatorial security team in Little Rock.
Gunned down in his car at a deserted intersection outside Little Rock. Park's
son said his father was building a dossier on Clinton. He allegedly threatened
to reveal this information. After he died the files were mysteriously removed
from his house.

James Bunch - Died from a gunshot suicide. It was reported that he had a "Black
Book" of people containing names of influential people who visited prostitutes
in Texas and Arkansas.

James Wilson - Was found dead in May 1993 from an apparent hanging suicide. He
was reported to have ties to Whitewater.

Kathy Ferguson - Ex-wife of Arkansas Trooper Danny Ferguson died in May 1994
was found dead in her living room with a gunshot to her head. It was ruled a
suicide even though there were several packed suitcases, as if she was going
somewhere. Danny Ferguson was a co-defendant along with Bill Clinton in the
Paula Jones lawsuit. Kathy Ferguson was a possible corroborating witness for
Paula Jones.

Bill Shelton - Arkansas state Trooper and fiancée of Kathy Ferguson. Critical
of the suicide ruling of his fiancée, he was found dead in June, 1994 of a
gunshot wound also ruled a suicide at the grave-site of his fiancée.

Gandy Baugh - Attorney for Clinton friend Dan Lassater died by jumping out a
window of a tall building January, 1994. His client was a convicted drug
distributor.

Florence Martin - Accountant - Sub-contractor for the CIA related to the Barry
Seal Mena Airport drug smuggling case. Died of three gunshot wounds.

Suzanne Coleman - Reportedly had an affair with Clinton when he was Arkansas
Attorney General. Died of a gunshot wound to the back of the head, ruled a
suicide. Was pregnant at the time of her death.

Paula Grober - Clinton's speech interpreter for the deaf from 1978 until her
death December 9, 1992. She died in a one car accident.

Danny Casolaro - Investigative reporter. Investigating Mena Airport and
Arkansas Development Finance Authority. He slit his wrists, apparent suicide in
the middle of his investigation.

Paul Wilcher - Attorney investigating corruption at Mena Airport with Casolaro
and the 1980 "October Surprise" was found dead on a toilet June 22, 1993 in his
Washington DC apartment. Had delivered a report to Janet Reno 3 weeks before
his death.

Jon Parnell Walker - Whitewater investigator for Resolution Trust Corp. Jumped
to his death from his Arlington, Virginia apartment balcony August 15,1993 Was
investigating Morgan Guarantee scandal.

Barbara Wise - Commerce Department staffer. Worked closely with Ron Brown and
John Huang. Cause of death unknown. Died November 29, 1996. Her bruised nude
body was found locked in her office at the Department of Commerce.

Charles Meissner - Assistant Secretary of Commerce who gave John Huang special
security clearance, died shortly thereafter in a small plane crash.

Dr. Stanley Heard - Chairman of the National Chiropractic Health Care Advisory
Committee died with his attorney Steve Dickson in a small plane crash. Dr.
Heard, in addition to serving on Clinton's advisory council personally treated
Clinton's mother, stepfather and brother.

Barry Seal - Drug running pilot out of Mena Arkansas, Death was no accident.

Johnny Lawhorn Jr. - Mechanic, found a check made out to Clinton in the trunk
of a car left in his repair shop. Died when his car hit a utility pole.

Stanley Huggins - Suicide. Investigated Madison Guarantee. His report was never
released.

Hershell Friday - Attorney and Clinton fund raiser died March 1, 1994 when his
plane exploded.

Kevin Ives & Don Henry - Known as "The boys on the track" case. Reports say the
boys may have stumbled upon the Mena Arkansas airport drug operation.
Controversial case where initial report of death was due to falling asleep on
railroad track. Later reports claim the 2 boys had been slain before being
placed on the tracks. Many linked to the case died before their testimony could
come before a Grand Jury. see: The Train Deaths - plus some comments from a
mother of one of the boys about the connection to Bill Clinton..
THE FOLLOWING SEVEN PERSONS HAD INFORMATION ON THE IVES / HENRY CASE:

Keith Coney - Died when his motorcycle slammed into the back of a truck July,
1988

Keith McMaskle - Died stabbed 113 times, Nov, 1988

Gregory Collins - Died from a gunshot wound January 1989.

Jeff Rhodes - He was shot, mutilated and found burned in a trash dump in April
1989.

James Milan - Found decapitated. Coroner ruled death due to natural causes.

Jordan Kettleson - Was found shot to death in the front seat of his pickup
truck in June 1990.

Richard Winters - Was a suspect in the Ives / Henry deaths. Was killed in a
set-up robbery July 1989.
THE FOLLOWING CLINTON BODYGUARDS ARE DEAD
Major William S. Barkley Jr.
Captain Scott J. Reynolds
Sgt. Brian Hanley
Sgt. Tim Sabel
Major General William Robertson
Col. William Densberger
Col. Robert Kelly
Spec. Gary Rhodes
Steve Willis
Robert Williams
Conway LeBleu
Todd McKeehan

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The Liberal Argument Outline

1. Use spun facts:

These can be found on Huffington Post, Daily Kos, MSNBC, and many other liberal
sources. What they do is take facts, polls or arguments and add a liberal spin
in a weak attempt to make bad news for liberals look good. These are easily
debunked and exposed as lies by going to the original source and posting the
hard, cold facts with NO spin.

Note: At this point, you have won. It should never take more than one
post to win an argument with a liberal. It is recommended that you claim
victory and disengage at this point. If you continue, for fun or
experimental purposes, no further logic will be forthcoming from the
liberals.

2. The Next Step For The Liberal Will Be To Attempt To Discredit Your
Source

If it is Fox or any perceived "right wing" source, they will refuse to
believe it. If it is a non-partisan source, they will claim it is right
wing, if it is a left of center source, they will find another lefty
source to "prove" you are wrong. They will not discuss the facts
themselves, as they know they have lost. If you must go down this road
(there is a high entertainment value), don't allow this diversion. Go
back to the facts.

3. The Limbaugh Defense:

This is one that comes out early and often. Although you know they never listen
to Rush Limbaugh and have no idea what he says, they will drag him out and
claim you are a Ditto head. This is another diversionary tactic. It has no
relevance and is an attempt to change the subject. The more desperate they are,
the more childish and ridiculous the reference to Limbaugh becomes: Flush,
LimpBag, etc. Ignore this and re-post the facts. DO NOT BE DIVERTED.

4. The Personal Attack:

Another common thread. Also designed to divert the lost argument. NEVER give
any hint of personal information. Even something as innocuous as "I am a chef".

They will attempt to engage you and call you a liar to divert attention
from the original lost argument. Ignore this and re-post the facts yet
to be refuted.

5. Name Calling:

Still another diversion. If you fail to give them any personal information,
they will attempt to draw you out to gain more insight into your personal side.
Then they will return to step 4. Ignore this.

6. The Liberal Bat Signal:

When they find out they are unable to engage
you, divert you or goad you into a completely irrelevant topic, they
will send out the Bat Signal. This is where a bunch of Liberals (or
often, the same one using several names, i.e., Rudy) post a number of
rapid fire posts congratulating the Liberal on handing you your head on
a platter. This tactic often works on even the most logical and
disciplined of us. The urge to rant must be resisted. Your rant will
supply them with all the personal insight they need to spew hatred and
personal attacks. The best tactic here is to use the same tactic back at
them.

Keep in mind, a Liberal will never admit you have a valid point (Dutch
did, once), much less that you won a debate. So, the only reasons to
continue a dialog with a liberal after the initial statement of facts
that established your victory are for entertainment and educational
purposes. If you refuse to take the bait and demand the topic remain on
the original premise, they will eventually just go away and try to find
someone else that will engage them on their terms.

Now, go away, Snowflake.


============================================================================

Liberalism Really IS a Disease
Rudy Canoza
2021-10-09 03:15:38 UTC
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Post by AlleyCat
Post by Rudy Canoza
Trump only hangs out with the best people.
Biden too.
Biden doesn't hang with convicted felons as Trump does.

There is no "Clinton death count."
Post by AlleyCat
[snip plagiarized bullshit rat-boi Schild hasn't even read]
[I just *LOVE* the way that notice pisses rat-boi Schild off]
Gronk
2021-10-15 04:54:06 UTC
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Post by AlleyCat
On Fri, 8 Oct 2021 11:47:45 -0700, Rudy Canoza says...
Post by Rudy Canoza
Trump only hangs out with the best people.
Biden too.
=====
How many people do you personally know who have died mysteriously?
How about in plane crashes or car wrecks?
Bizarre suicides?
People beaten to death or murdered in a hail of bullets, or hung in a jail
cell?
Has ANY President of Democrat politician lost SO many bodyguards?
And what about violent freak accidents - like separate mountain biking and
skiing collisions in Aspen, Colorado? Or barbells crushing a person's throat?
Apparently, if you're Bill or Hillary Clinton, the answer to that question is
at least 33 - and possibly many more.
"Clinton body count or left-wing conspiracy? Three with ties to DNC
mysteriously die."
THEY KILLED KENNY!
Siri Cruise
2021-10-15 05:59:51 UTC
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Post by Gronk
THEY KILLED KENNY!
I know a few hundred people. 33 of them dying yesterday would be
remarkable.

Clintons know thousands of people. 33 of them dying over 20 years
is....expected.

You can't kill Kenny. Or you can but an evil cult replaces him
overnight with the same memories. can.politics removed to piss
off a buttstain.
--
:-<> Siri Seal of Disavowal #000-001. Disavowed. Denied. Deleted. @
'I desire mercy, not sacrifice.' /|\
Discordia: not just a religion but also a parody. This post / \
I am an Andrea Doria sockpuppet. insults Islam. Mohammed
super70s
2021-10-15 17:05:23 UTC
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In article
Post by Siri Cruise
Post by Gronk
THEY KILLED KENNY!
I know a few hundred people. 33 of them dying yesterday would be
remarkable.
Clintons know thousands of people. 33 of them dying over 20 years
is....expected.
It seems quaint now doesn't it, those were the days when Republicans
believed in vicious false rumors to gain a political edge instead of
domestic terrorism and subverting our democratic form of government.
Gronk
2021-10-20 04:55:59 UTC
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Post by Siri Cruise
Post by Gronk
THEY KILLED KENNY!
I know a few hundred people. 33 of them dying yesterday would be
remarkable.
Clintons know thousands of people. 33 of them dying over 20 years
is....expected.
You can't kill Kenny. Or you can but an evil cult replaces him
OMG - Michael Myers little brother!
Post by Siri Cruise
overnight with the same memories. can.politics removed to piss
off a buttstain.
AlleyCat
2021-10-09 02:34:41 UTC
Permalink
On Fri, 8 Oct 2021 11:38:26 -0700 (PDT), bruce bowser says...
Post by bruce bowser
Salon Magazine
Ha

Ha ha

uhhh... hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

BIZARRE Biden Moment As He Claims to Have Been A Truck Driver

https://rumble.com/vkg8r1-bizarre-biden-moment-as-he-claims-to-have-been-a-
truck-driver.html

Joe Biden's been in Congress his whole life but claims to have been a truck
driver at some point?

=====

Biden Claims He Visited Pittsburgh Synagogue After 2018 Mass Murder

Speaking before a group of Jewish leaders, Biden claimed that he visited the
Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh following the 2018 antisemitic attack on
the worship site that left 11 people dead.

"I remember spending time at the, you know, uh, going to, uh, the, you know,
the Tree of Life synagogue, speaking with them," he said.

The president's claim was quickly deemed false, however, with Tree of Life
Executive Director Barb Feige saying that Biden never visited the synagogue
following the horrific 2018 attack.

=====

Biden Says There Are More Vaccinated People In The US Than the American
Population

President Biden falsely claimed that 350 million Americans are vaccinated
despite the fact that there are approximately 330 million people in the United
States.

"We have roughly 350 million people vaccinated in the United States and
billions around the world," Biden confidently stated.

Moments later, he checked his notes before doubling down on the lie again.

"Well over - what's the number again? I remind myself, 350 million Americans
have already been vaccinated," he repeated.

=====

Biden Claims He Was a Professor After the Obama Administration, but He Never
Taught a Class

Biden claimed he was a professor in between his time as Obama's vice president
and his current tenure in the White House.

While Biden was named an honorary professor and led the Penn Biden Center for
Diplomacy and Global Engagement, the Democrat never taught a class during those
four years.

=====

Biden Claims He Was An All-Star Player At Congressional Baseball Game Where He
Went 0-2

President Biden told a story on how he hit a ball 358 feet at his second
congressional baseball game while hosting the LA Dodgers at the White House on
July 2. The only problem: Biden, a freshman Senator from Delaware at the time
in 1974, went 0-2 at the game.

"Biden was decked out in Phillies home pinstripes last night as he went 0-for-2
(groundout, strikeout) in the Democrats' 7-3 loss to the Republicans in the
national annual congressional baseball game at Memorial Stadium," read local
coverage of the event.

=====

NONE of that is hard to believe. (see below)

============================================================================

Ladies and Gentlemen... I give you the Democrats' best: Old-Rich-White-
Religious Freak, Joe Biden

Or As Old-Rich-White-Religious Freak, Joe Biden Would Say: "Labadies and
Gntlmn... I gve yu the Dmcrts' bst."

=====

Joe Biden Gets Completely LOST in Middle of a Story
https://rumble.com/vgbxnh-joe-biden-gets-completely-lost-in-middle-of-a-
story.html?mref=22lbp&mc=56yab


Biden tries to explain the Covid bill. This moron is President? Wow.
https://twitter.com/i/status/1368292670372683776


Biden's Dementia Flares Up, Has Complete Mental Short-Circuit During Speech
https://rumble.com/ve8jlz-biden-briefly-malfunctions-again.html


Out-Performed Every Presidential Challenger In US History?
https://twitter.com/i/status/1364024001736155144


Joe Biden: You Just Wonder



Joe Biden Fumbles Through Speech



Joe Biden Embarrassingly Delivers his WORST Speech while 'President Elect'



Barely There Biden Makes No Sense



Joe Biden Stumbles, Makes No Sense



Joe Biden Makes No Sense, Forgets When The 1918 Flu Pandemic Occurred



Joe Biden making Zer0 sense



Joe Biden Told Voters To "Go To" A Phone Number. Now, He Still Makes Zero
Sense!

Rudy Canoza
2021-10-09 03:13:59 UTC
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Post by AlleyCat
On Fri, 8 Oct 2021 11:38:26 -0700 (PDT), bruce bowser says...
Post by bruce bowser
Salon Magazine
Ha
Ha ha
/ad hominem/

You can't refute the story, so instead you engage in /ad hominem/ about the source.

#sad
Post by AlleyCat
[snip plagiarized bullshit rat-boi Schild hasn't even read]
[I just *LOVE* the way that notice pisses rat-boi Schild off]
AlleyCat
2021-10-09 06:16:20 UTC
Permalink
On Fri, 8 Oct 2021 20:13:59 -0700, Rudy Canoza says...
Post by Rudy Canoza
/ad hominem/
In other words, you can't refute the story, so instead you engage in /ad hominem/ about the source.
This is from "stopthesethings.com," a documented right-wingnut lie site. - Rudy
the psychotic hypocrite

In other words, you can't refute the story, so instead you engage in /ad
hominem/ about the source.

Breitbart/Brietbart, by contrast, is a pure lie site. - Rudy the psychotic
hypocrite

In other words, you can't refute the story, so instead you engage in /ad
hominem/ about the source.

A lying polemicist with no expertise writing for a lie site. - Rudy the
psychotic hypocrite

In other words, you can't refute the story, so instead you engage in /ad
hominem/ about the source.

Your entire post, coming from a right-wingnut lie site, is a joke. - Rudy the
psychotic hypocrite

In other words, you can't refute the story, so instead you engage in /ad
hominem/ about the source.

It's a lie site. - Rudy the psychotic hypocrite

In other words, you can't refute the story, so instead you engage in /ad
hominem/ about the source.

A lie site publishing lies <yawn> - Rudy the psychotic hypocrite

In other words, you can't refute the story, so instead you engage in /ad
hominem/ about the source.

A right-wingnut lie site publishing lies. - Rudy the psychotic hypocrite

In other words, you can't refute the story, so instead you engage in /ad
hominem/ about the source.

Bullshit lie site. - Rudy the psychotic hypocrite

In other words, you can't refute the story, so instead you engage in /ad
hominem/ about the source.

The last one didn't originate at the wj lie site, but they picked it up and
continued it. - Rudy the psychotic hypocrite

In other words, you can't refute the story, so instead you engage in /ad
hominem/ about the source.

Gaetz is lying and the wj lie site is propagating it, so they're complicit in
the lies. - Rudy the psychotic hypocrite

In other words, you can't refute the story, so instead you engage in /ad
hominem/ about the source.

Bullshit by a bullshitter from a bullshit lie site. - Rudy the psychotic
hypocrite

In other words, you can't refute the story, so instead you engage in /ad
hominem/ about the source.

"The Washington Times" is a lie site. - Rudy the psychotic hypocrite

In other words, you can't refute the story, so instead you engage in /ad
hominem/ about the source.

They were *all* right-wingnut lie sites, and they were all channeling
Lieutenant Scheisskopf of "Catch-22. - Rudy the psychotic hypocrite

In other words, you can't refute the story, so instead you engage in /ad
hominem/ about the source.

These right-wingnut lie sites all plagiarize one another shamelessly, such that
you really can't tell which one of them originally published the bullshit lie.
- Rudy the psychotic hypocrite

In other words, you can't refute the story, so instead you engage in /ad
hominem/ about the source.

"epochtimes" is a lie site. - Rudy the psychotic hypocrite

In other words, you can't refute the story, so instead you engage in /ad
hominem/ about the source.

"Electroverse" is a lie site, 100%. - Rudy the psychotic hypocrite

In other words, you can't refute the story, so instead you engage in /ad
hominem/ about the source.

Cap Allon and his lie site "electroverse" are full of shit. - Rudy the
psychotic hypocrite

In other words, you can't refute the story, so instead you engage in /ad
hominem/ about the source.

No. We don't listen to lie site liars. - Rudy the psychotic hypocrite

In other words, you can't refute the story, so instead you engage in /ad
hominem/ about the source.

Fact check: NY Post is a lie site. - Rudy the psychotic hypocrite

In other words, you can't refute the story, so instead you engage in /ad
hominem/ about the source.

That's the lie spin of the lie site. - Rudy the psychotic hypocrite

In other words, you can't refute the story, so instead you engage in /ad
hominem/ about the source.

The Daily Mail is a sensationalist newspaper - a lie site. - Rudy the psychotic
hypocrite

In other words, you can't refute the story, so instead you engage in /ad
hominem/ about the source.

We don't accept anything from a far right-wingnut lie site like "pjmedia." -
Rudy the psychotic hypocrite

In other words, you can't refute the story, so instead you engage in /ad
hominem/ about the source.

Stupid fucking lie site. - Rudy the psychotic hypocrite

In other words, you can't refute the story, so instead you engage in /ad
hominem/ about the source.

Instead, they get their lies from right-wingnut lie sites - Rudy the psychotic
hypocrite

In other words, you can't refute the story, so instead you engage in /ad
hominem/ about the source.

(O)ne right-wingnut lie site after another saying the same thing - Rudy the
psychotic hypocrite

In other words, you can't refute the story, so instead you engage in /ad
hominem/ about the source.

Why is it the *ONLY* mention I can find of this in a search is on right-wingnut
lie sites? - Rudy the psychotic hypocrite

In other words, you can't refute the story, so instead you engage in /ad
hominem/ about the source.

Another lie site. - Rudy the psychotic hypocrite

In other words, you can't refute the story, so instead you engage in /ad
hominem/ about the source.
AlleyCat
2021-10-10 01:54:08 UTC
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On Sat, 9 Oct 2021 08:51:05 -0700, Rudy Canoza says...
I've proved it's a lie site.
LOL... YOU? Faggots are NOT to be believed... they always lie.
You can't say the same about Salon.
Salon Keeps Lying about Capitol Protest, Weapons, Double Standards

1) "Armed Insurrection" is a lie

2) Salon calls Sen. Johnson a racist for fearing BLM and Antifa more than
Trump supporters

3) Factual lies continue to make their way into leftist stories of the event

4) Skolnik gives erroneous "context" to make Johnson's comments appear
racist

Salon.com writer Jon Skolnik labels the events of Jan. 6 as an "insurrection"
citing incorrect information. He does this so as to smear Sen. Johnson's
comments as insensitive and racist. Furthermore, Skolnik attempts to downplay
the violence of Black Lives Matter protests to further discredit Johnson.

Major Violations:

Bad Sources
Superficial Investigation
No Evidence to Support Claims
Misrepresentation
Lying

The three facts easily disputed within Skolnik's article are 1] that the event
of Jan. 6th is an "insurrection," 2] that this "insurrection" saw five people
die, including a police officer, and 3] that these were "rioters" who "brought
a house of weapons to the rally, including guns, smoke bombs, stun guns,
knives, brass knuckles, as well as other items that could be fashioned into
makeshift weapons."

"Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis. is facing blistering backlash after admitting that he
didn't feel threatened by the pro-Trump rioters at the Capitol insurrection but
would have if they had been Black Lives Matter protesters.

...

Five people died during the insurrection, including one police officer. Some
140 law enforcement officers were injured, and two officers died by suicide
following the riot. Over 315 people have been charged in connection to the
Capitol riot, and about forty have been arrested. Rioters brought a host of
weapons to the rally, including guns, smoke bombs, stun guns, knives, brass
knuckles, as well as other items that could be fashioned into makeshift
weapons."

These three can be handled systematically. First, Skolnik's only evidence for
calling the protest an insurrection is one Politico "fact check" that says the
Jan. 6th protest was an "armed insurrection" because people showed up to "stop
the vote confirmation and keep Trump in office despite the election results"
and because they showed up carrying a "weapon" of some sort. Obviously, there
are a great many problems with this being a simple factual claim.

There is absolutely no mention that millions of these protesters believed that
the 2020 presidential election was fraudulent. So it wasn't despite the
election results that they showed up. It was because the election results were
reasonably suspicious that Trump supporters showed up to pressure Senators to
postpone validating the election. Whether or not they were armed will be
addressed shortly. In order to prove this claim on a plausible basis, Skolnik
must include more than one measly source, who at best is clearly biased.

As well, it seems clear that these people were armed with primarily defensive
devices anticipating unchecked violence from members of Antifa. Violence from
Antifa, which has included shooting a pro-Trump man Aaron Danielson in the
street in Portland last October. [17] Also that month, another Trump supporter
Lee Keltner was shot and killed by the media in broad daylight in Denver, [18]
by an individual who was originally suspected to be a member of Antifa as well.
[19][20] Notably, Keltner's killer is free on bond, has not yet been arraigned,
and his judge has made sure that he now doesn't even have to worry about the
minor inconvenience of GPS tether monitoring. [21]

So it was not at all unreasonable for the conservatives attending the January
Capitol protest to expect that violence would be exacted against them, and the
official police response would be to do nothing.

In fact many city police officials have quietly let it be known that 'stand
down' orders have been given to give left-wing activists legal free reign to do
as they wish. [22][23][24]

According to Webster's Dictionary, the definition of an insurrection is "an act
or instance of revolting against civil authority or an established
government." If this is an insurrection, it is an extremely small and unarmed
one. Of the 100,000 people who came to see Trump's speech that day, fewer than
1,000 "stormed" the Capitol. [25] And as we have discussed elsewhere, it's also
not clear whether it was Trump-supporters who instigated the violence and
property damage and destruction at the Capitol, or if they were merely walking
into the building after the doors had been broken open.

The second factual claim is that five people died, including a police officer.
The officer Skolnik refers to is Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick, whose
death the New York Times originally, wrongfully, blamed on a fire-extinguisher
wielding Trump supporter due to their egregiously sloppy and shoddy reporting.
The Times relied on official statements and did not verify the death during one
of the most contentious news stories of the past decade, with any reliable
source other than gossip. It took them a month to update their story, [26]
which is now being presented in court as a claim that a form of tear gas known
as 'bear spray' was used on Sicknick and others, causing him to later have a
medical episode while at home.

Since then, the Times has retracted the original Officer Sicknick story since
they lacked sufficient evidence to make such a claim. This is a clear and
blatant lie. Authorities have still not released an autopsy, toxicology or
cause of death for Sicknick. Furthermore, the two men indicted by the grand
jury have been charged with assault on an officer with a dangerous weapon, not
manslaughter. So, not only do we not know the cause of death, no one is being
currently charged with the death of Officer Sicknick and therefore it's very
disingenuous to blame his death solely on the protesters.

The other four deaths were Trump supporters, with only one dying from
deliberate violence: unarmed Ashli Babbitt who was shot while posing no serious
physical threat. So, the only person who died from deliberate violence during
this supposedly armed insurrection was a pro-Trump protester. At best, Skolnik
has done a superficial investigation on the topic. At worst, he is continuing
to push a lie.

As for whether or not these were armed protesters, there is no evidence to
support the claim. Julie Kelly reports that of the 200 people arrested from
that day, only 14 defendants face any sort of weapons charge. However, the most
crucial part of this claim is that "Not one person has been charged with
possessing or using a gun inside the Capitol. Further, no one has been
identified as carrying a gun inside the building," according to Kelly. So any
"armed insurrectionists" were a tiny percentage of the 100,000 protesters, and
they "stormed" the capital unarmed and hurt no one. This is a clear
misrepresentation of the kinds of people who came to the Capitol on the 6th.

The crowd was present to hear Trump speak, and agitators confronted the Capitol
Police, whose overreaction led to the situation spiraling out of control.

Finally, Skolnik, as many leftists have done before him, attempts to paint the
BLM protests in contrast as largely peaceful. Sen. Johnson cites a study from
the Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project, saying that he would fear a
BLM riot more than the rally of Jan. 6th because "Out of 7,750 protests last
summer associated with BLM and Antifa," he said, "570 turned into violent riots
that killed 25 people and caused $1-$2 billion of property damage."

Sam Jones, a senior communications manager from ACLED said Johnson's claim
lacks the context of the whole study that "determined that of the 10,600
demonstrations that swept the country from May 24 to Aug. 22, nearly 95 percent
of them were entirely peaceful." Jones also blamed the level of force used by
the police and aggressive intervention from counter-protest groups as a cause
of the violence.

Unfortunately, none of these explanations make the 570 riots that turned
violent any more peaceful nor do they make Johnson's claims seem unreasonable.
As we've already proved, the "armed insurrection" of Jan. 6 was neither armed
nor an insurrection with almost no real violence inflicted on either side. Even
if you accept the inflated left-wing figures that only 5% of BLM rallies turned
violent, that stands in contrast to the 0% of Trump rallies that turned violent
even though Trump supporters waiting for the President to speak were being tear
gassed, shot with paint-balls in the eyes, struck, clubbed and more.

If the Trump protesters were armed insurrectionists intent on stopping the
peaceful transfer of power, why didn't they execute Ashli Babbit's killer? Why
didn't they shoot the Capitol Police? Why didn't they execute Senators or then-
Vice President Mike Pence who had lied to the public about taking voter fraud
seriously and then, at the last moment, claimed that he lacked the authority to
stop an election certification he had expressed doubts about? These grievances
may not be legitimate to a Salon writer living in Brooklyn, but they were not
just a massed Trump crowd waiting for their moment to end democracy, and to
portray the situation that way is fundamentally dishonest.



Libertarians who follow the liberal edict or dictum (lie, or you are not a
liberal), are diseased JUST like liberals.
M I Wakefield
2021-10-10 03:26:06 UTC
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Post by AlleyCat
On Sat, 9 Oct 2021 08:51:05 -0700, Rudy Canoza says...
I've proved it's a lie site.
LOL... YOU? Faggots are NOT to be believed... they always lie.
You can't say the same about Salon.
Salon Keeps Lying about Capitol Protest, Weapons, Double Standards
1) "Armed Insurrection" is a lie
I cleared my kill-file, and this fucktard can't even last a day before
proving that he's still working to lower the bar on "too stupid to
live".

Bu-bye.
AlleyCat
2021-10-10 03:51:35 UTC
Permalink
On Sat, 09 Oct 2021 23:26:06 -0400, M I Wakefield says...
Post by M I Wakefield
I cleared my kill-file, and this fucktard can't even last a day before
proving that he's still working to lower the bar on "too stupid to
live".
Bu-bye.
Kill-filing is for chicken shits. If you're so content with me being in your
killfile, why did you respond to this? Because I'm probably NOT in your
killfile and never was.

SAYING someone's in your killfile, is just a pansy-ass excuse for never
replying to someone who makes you look stupid, like I've done on MANY
occasions.

Put me back in your killfile (if I was EVER there at all). I REALLY do not
care! I WILL not miss you, but I WILL keep proving that YOU'RE the idiot.

Kill-filing me means that you don't get to see how I make you look stupid, like
that time you TRIED to correct me on whether Trump had been with dignitaries,
and you chiming in with a stupid lie?

If I WAS in your killfile until tonight, WHY did you write THIS?

On Tue, 21 Sep 2021 22:25:15 -0400, M I Wakefield says...

That fuckwit is still going on about Uranium One?

Keep on lying, stupid.

====

Subject: Why Is Wakefield Such a Liar? Oh Yeah... Lieberal
Post by M I Wakefield
"The point is, Trump has gotten more done with foreign dignitaries ...
*dignitary. One dignitary.
What part of along with Abe, "He had the Chinese President and eight
Ambassadors to the United states there too, moron", do you not unnastan?

Oh... and I completely forgot about the nobles from England, France and
Italy. (see below)

"President Trump spent Saturday morning playing golf... celebrated the Red
Cross Ball along with eight foreign ambassadors to the United States,
several American ambassadors, and 'nobility from England, France and
Italy'."

DignatarieS.

============================================================================

Liberalism Really IS a Disease
Rudy Canoza
2021-10-10 03:57:34 UTC
Permalink
I've proved it's a lie site.
LOL... YOU? [shrieking] Muscular guys who routinely kick my flabby doughy pimply faggot ass are NOT [shrieking] to be believed
Actually, you little pouncing homo, we are.
[snip plagiarized bullshit rat-boi Schild hasn't even read]
[I just *LOVE* the way that notice pisses rat-boi Schild off]
AlleyCat
2021-10-11 03:28:09 UTC
Permalink
On Sat, 9 Oct 2021 08:51:05 -0700, Rudy Canoza says...
I've proved it's a lie site.
LOL... YOU? Faggots are NOT to be believed... they always lie.
You can't say the same about Salon.
Salon Keeps Lying about Capitol Protest, Weapons, Double Standards

1) "Armed Insurrection" is a lie

2) Salon calls Sen. Johnson a racist for fearing BLM and Antifa more than
Trump supporters

3) Factual lies continue to make their way into leftist stories of the event

4) Skolnik gives erroneous "context" to make Johnson's comments appear
racist

Salon.com writer Jon Skolnik labels the events of Jan. 6 as an "insurrection"
citing incorrect information. He does this so as to smear Sen. Johnson's
comments as insensitive and racist. Furthermore, Skolnik attempts to downplay
the violence of Black Lives Matter protests to further discredit Johnson.

Major Violations:

Bad Sources
Superficial Investigation
No Evidence to Support Claims
Misrepresentation
Lying

The three facts easily disputed within Skolnik's article are 1] that the event
of Jan. 6th is an "insurrection," 2] that this "insurrection" saw five people
die, including a police officer, and 3] that these were "rioters" who "brought
a house of weapons to the rally, including guns, smoke bombs, stun guns,
knives, brass knuckles, as well as other items that could be fashioned into
makeshift weapons."

"Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis. is facing blistering backlash after admitting that he
didn't feel threatened by the pro-Trump rioters at the Capitol insurrection but
would have if they had been Black Lives Matter protesters.

...

Five people died during the insurrection, including one police officer. Some
140 law enforcement officers were injured, and two officers died by suicide
following the riot. Over 315 people have been charged in connection to the
Capitol riot, and about forty have been arrested. Rioters brought a host of
weapons to the rally, including guns, smoke bombs, stun guns, knives, brass
knuckles, as well as other items that could be fashioned into makeshift
weapons."

These three can be handled systematically. First, Skolnik's only evidence for
calling the protest an insurrection is one Politico "fact check" that says the
Jan. 6th protest was an "armed insurrection" because people showed up to "stop
the vote confirmation and keep Trump in office despite the election results"
and because they showed up carrying a "weapon" of some sort. Obviously, there
are a great many problems with this being a simple factual claim.

There is absolutely no mention that millions of these protesters believed that
the 2020 presidential election was fraudulent. So it wasn't despite the
election results that they showed up. It was because the election results were
reasonably suspicious that Trump supporters showed up to pressure Senators to
postpone validating the election. Whether or not they were armed will be
addressed shortly. In order to prove this claim on a plausible basis, Skolnik
must include more than one measly source, who at best is clearly biased.

As well, it seems clear that these people were armed with primarily defensive
devices anticipating unchecked violence from members of Antifa. Violence from
Antifa, which has included shooting a pro-Trump man Aaron Danielson in the
street in Portland last October. [17] Also that month, another Trump supporter
Lee Keltner was shot and killed by the media in broad daylight in Denver, [18]
by an individual who was originally suspected to be a member of Antifa as well.
[19][20] Notably, Keltner's killer is free on bond, has not yet been arraigned,
and his judge has made sure that he now doesn't even have to worry about the
minor inconvenience of GPS tether monitoring. [21]

So it was not at all unreasonable for the conservatives attending the January
Capitol protest to expect that violence would be exacted against them, and the
official police response would be to do nothing.

In fact many city police officials have quietly let it be known that 'stand
down' orders have been given to give left-wing activists legal free reign to do
as they wish. [22][23][24]

According to Webster's Dictionary, the definition of an insurrection is "an act
or instance of revolting against civil authority or an established
government." If this is an insurrection, it is an extremely small and unarmed
one. Of the 100,000 people who came to see Trump's speech that day, fewer than
1,000 "stormed" the Capitol. [25] And as we have discussed elsewhere, it's also
not clear whether it was Trump-supporters who instigated the violence and
property damage and destruction at the Capitol, or if they were merely walking
into the building after the doors had been broken open.

The second factual claim is that five people died, including a police officer.
The officer Skolnik refers to is Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick, whose
death the New York Times originally, wrongfully, blamed on a fire-extinguisher
wielding Trump supporter due to their egregiously sloppy and shoddy reporting.
The Times relied on official statements and did not verify the death during one
of the most contentious news stories of the past decade, with any reliable
source other than gossip. It took them a month to update their story, [26]
which is now being presented in court as a claim that a form of tear gas known
as 'bear spray' was used on Sicknick and others, causing him to later have a
medical episode while at home.

Since then, the Times has retracted the original Officer Sicknick story since
they lacked sufficient evidence to make such a claim. This is a clear and
blatant lie. Authorities have still not released an autopsy, toxicology or
cause of death for Sicknick. Furthermore, the two men indicted by the grand
jury have been charged with assault on an officer with a dangerous weapon, not
manslaughter. So, not only do we not know the cause of death, no one is being
currently charged with the death of Officer Sicknick and therefore it's very
disingenuous to blame his death solely on the protesters.

The other four deaths were Trump supporters, with only one dying from
deliberate violence: unarmed Ashli Babbitt who was shot while posing no serious
physical threat. So, the only person who died from deliberate violence during
this supposedly armed insurrection was a pro-Trump protester. At best, Skolnik
has done a superficial investigation on the topic. At worst, he is continuing
to push a lie.

As for whether or not these were armed protesters, there is no evidence to
support the claim. Julie Kelly reports that of the 200 people arrested from
that day, only 14 defendants face any sort of weapons charge. However, the most
crucial part of this claim is that "Not one person has been charged with
possessing or using a gun inside the Capitol. Further, no one has been
identified as carrying a gun inside the building," according to Kelly. So any
"armed insurrectionists" were a tiny percentage of the 100,000 protesters, and
they "stormed" the capital unarmed and hurt no one. This is a clear
misrepresentation of the kinds of people who came to the Capitol on the 6th.

The crowd was present to hear Trump speak, and agitators confronted the Capitol
Police, whose overreaction led to the situation spiraling out of control.

Finally, Skolnik, as many leftists have done before him, attempts to paint the
BLM protests in contrast as largely peaceful. Sen. Johnson cites a study from
the Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project, saying that he would fear a
BLM riot more than the rally of Jan. 6th because "Out of 7,750 protests last
summer associated with BLM and Antifa," he said, "570 turned into violent riots
that killed 25 people and caused $1-$2 billion of property damage."

Sam Jones, a senior communications manager from ACLED said Johnson's claim
lacks the context of the whole study that "determined that of the 10,600
demonstrations that swept the country from May 24 to Aug. 22, nearly 95 percent
of them were entirely peaceful." Jones also blamed the level of force used by
the police and aggressive intervention from counter-protest groups as a cause
of the violence.

Unfortunately, none of these explanations make the 570 riots that turned
violent any more peaceful nor do they make Johnson's claims seem unreasonable.
As we've already proved, the "armed insurrection" of Jan. 6 was neither armed
nor an insurrection with almost no real violence inflicted on either side. Even
if you accept the inflated left-wing figures that only 5% of BLM rallies turned
violent, that stands in contrast to the 0% of Trump rallies that turned violent
even though Trump supporters waiting for the President to speak were being tear
gassed, shot with paint-balls in the eyes, struck, clubbed and more.

If the Trump protesters were armed insurrectionists intent on stopping the
peaceful transfer of power, why didn't they execute Ashli Babbit's killer? Why
didn't they shoot the Capitol Police? Why didn't they execute Senators or then-
Vice President Mike Pence who had lied to the public about taking voter fraud
seriously and then, at the last moment, claimed that he lacked the authority to
stop an election certification he had expressed doubts about? These grievances
may not be legitimate to a Salon writer living in Brooklyn, but they were not
just a massed Trump crowd waiting for their moment to end democracy, and to
portray the situation that way is fundamentally dishonest.



Libertarians who follow the liberal edict or dictum (lie, or you are not a
liberal), are diseased JUST like liberals.
AlleyCat
2021-10-11 03:28:08 UTC
Permalink
On Sat, 9 Oct 2021 08:51:05 -0700, Rudy Canoza says...
I've proved it's a lie site.
LOL... YOU? Faggot libertarians are NOT to be believed... they always lie.
You can't say the same about Salon.
Failed Fact Checks

"Looks like Sheriff David Clarke's 'army' medals might be B.S." - False

Does Sheriff David Clarke Wear 'Fake' Military Medals? - snopes.com

It's not "stolen valor" - the notorious Milwaukee sheriff never claimed to have
served in the military and says he wears a number of pins that have personal
significance to him.

Bethania Palma

***************************************************************************

Salon.com posted a story on 19 May 2017 with the headline, "Looks like Sheriff
David Clarke's 'army' medals might be B.S."

Snopes: False

***************************************************************************

In May 2017, after the Department of Homeland Security reportedly tapped
Wisconsin sheriff David Clarke for a job, stories appeared about the medals he
typically wears to adorn his lapels, with many pointing out that Clarke has
never served in the military.

These articles mainly dealt with the sensitive topic of what military veterans
know as "stolen valor", which is the act of misleading the public by wearing
unearned military medals or dressing in military uniform without having served.

Clarke, who already cuts a controversial figure as the sheriff of Milwaukee
County, received a round of scrutiny after he announced in mid-May 2017 that he
would accept an assistant secretary position with the Department of Homeland
Security (although DHS has not yet confirmed such a position has been offered).
Among the topics of scrutiny were the many pins he wears on his dress uniform.

For example, Salon.com posted a story on 19 May 2017 with the headline, "Looks
like Sheriff David Clarke's 'army' medals might be B.S." They reported:

In the wake of that, an interesting charge against Clarke surfaced in the form
of a Twitter rant on Thursday.

At almost all of his public appearances, Clarke either wears a pristine cowboy
hat with a natty suit or, more famously, a uniform festooned with shiny
military medals. On Thursday, Twitter user Charles Clymer, an army veteran,
pointed out that those military medals might not be all that legit.

"Look at this fucking guy's uniform," Clymer said, in the second of a long
string of tweets on the subject. "You see all that shit pinned all over his
dress uniform jacket? That's not supposed to be there."

Clymer went on to break down each individual medal, their placement and their
apparently spurious provenance. Clymer acknowledged that legitimate medals are
earned, and should be worn with pride, but accuses Clarke of "stolen valor" and
calls Clarke's collection, "a sloppy assortment of badge replicas arranged
neatly, [that] looks imposing."

We reached out to Clarke's spokesman, Craig Peterson, and the spokeswoman for
the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office. Neither responded to our questions
regarding Clarke's uniform. But Clarke himself went on the record about the
issue as a guest on Newsmax TV's "The Joe Pags Show", where he said he doesn't
wear "medals" and never falsely claimed to have served in the military.

He said he wears pins that have personal and emotional value for him, and
called the attacks on the items a smear:

You know they're talking about some of the pins on my uniform, first of all
they're not medals, they're pins. And they have very significant emotional and
real value to me. Some of these have been handed to [me] by people who have
lost sons and daughters in the line of duty, or a spouse.

So in support of like the C.O.P.S. Concerns of Police Survivors organization, I
wear a ribbon for that. Some of these I have earned and some of these designate
my completion of the FBI National Academy - they give you a pin. I wear that
pin on my uniform. The FBI National Executive Institute, the Secret Service
Dignitary Protection School, on and on and on.

But I've also been given pins by survivors of the 9/11 terror attacks in New
York City, from cops, from people who lost sons and daughters in those attacks,
talking about form law enforcement. And those things mean something to me, you
know I honor them, I put them on the thing that's most important to me and
that's the uniform. They're not medals, they're pins that designate that, I
don't care what anybody says about it... There are ulterior motives. It's just
to smear me.

However, many people who served in the armed forces took issue with the
implication of the pins, even without an overt declaration that he was a
military hero. Will Fischer, a Marine Corps veteran who served in Iraq,
compared Clarke's pins to the "flair" placed on waiters' uniforms at the
restaurant Chotchkie's in the Mike Judge cult film Office Space. Fischer told
us:

Is it stolen valor? No. Is it pathetic? Yes. It's almost like he walks around
and finds something shiny on the ground and just pins it upon himself. Some of
it looks like things that came with a Halloween costume or "flair" in Office
Space. I think he knows that if he puts things upon his uniform it can exude
authority, or a tough guy persona.

But criticism of Clarke's uniform is purely subjective. John Lilyea, a retired
Army sergeant who runs the blog "This Ain't Hell" which often deals with stolen
valor cases, said he saw nothing wrong with Clarke's pins, and thought the
kerfuffle was much ado about nothing. In an e-mail, he told us:

I don't see anything wrong with what Sheriff Clarke is wearing. None of it is
military-related... The people in the Salon article were just having an
emotional reaction to the sight of the Sheriff in his uniform rather than
anything substantial.

Lilyea directed us to a blog post he had written on the topic (categorized
under "Dumbass Bullshit") in which he characterized the controversy as nothing
more than partisanship:

The whole thing is childish and it's a political attack. We've busted phonies
here on both sides of the political aisle, irrespective of their politics
because that's the nature of stolen valor. I can't find any articles on Salon
that take [Democratic Connecticut Senator] Dick Blumenthal to task on his fake
claims that Blumenthal was a Vietnam veteran.

Anthony Anderson, a staff sergeant who runs the web site "Guardian of Valor"
and has taken on the task of busting military impostors, agreed with Lilyea. He
told us by e-mail:

From what we can see there are no official military badges or insignia on this
man's uniform.

We see a bunch of pro-American and Law Enforcement pins. Not sure why anyone
would approach this man and accuse him of Stolen Valor. Unless there is a
background that we don't know of, there's nothing offensive or wrong with what
he is wearing.

Opinions on whether or not Clarke's pins and uniform are inappropriate seem to
be influenced by viewers' opinions on the man himself. Clarke is a lightning
rod of a political figure. He began his law enforcement career with the
Milwaukee Police Department in 1978, working his way up to the rank of captain,
and only left the department in 2002 to take the position of Milwaukee County
Sheriff.

Clarke is a staunch and outspoken supporter of President Donald Trump, and
frequently stumped for him during the 2016 presidential campaign. He has
controversially compared the Black Lives Matter movement to terrorists, and is
also the target of several lawsuits dealing with prisoner fatalities in his
jail system as well as and harassment of a private citizen. The Anti-Defamation
League also cautions that Clarke has ties to two groups it classifies as
extremist anti-government organizations: the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace
Officers Association (CSPOA), and the Oath Keepers.

Actual "stolen valor" is a serious offense - it's a federal crime to
fraudulently present oneself as the recipient of authentic military medals like
a silver star, a Purple Heart or a Combat Infantryman's Badge with the intent
of benefiting from doing so. Although Clarke has a penchant for meticulously
arranging his personal pins on his dress uniform, he never claimed to have
served in the military and says the items are personal belongings, not
military-issued medals or badges.

It may be a gray area for some, but the level of offense taken is in the eye of
the beholder. Clarke does not misrepresent his past nor does he masquerade as a
veteran of the armed forces.
AlleyCat
2021-10-10 01:54:30 UTC
Permalink
On Sat, 9 Oct 2021 08:51:05 -0700, Rudy Canoza says...
I've proved it's a lie site.
LOL... YOU? Faggot libertarians are NOT to be believed... they always lie.
You can't say the same about Salon.
Failed Fact Checks

"Looks like Sheriff David Clarke's 'army' medals might be B.S." - False

Does Sheriff David Clarke Wear 'Fake' Military Medals? - snopes.com

It's not "stolen valor" - the notorious Milwaukee sheriff never claimed to have
served in the military and says he wears a number of pins that have personal
significance to him.

Bethania Palma

***************************************************************************

Salon.com posted a story on 19 May 2017 with the headline, "Looks like Sheriff
David Clarke's 'army' medals might be B.S."

Snopes: False

***************************************************************************

In May 2017, after the Department of Homeland Security reportedly tapped
Wisconsin sheriff David Clarke for a job, stories appeared about the medals he
typically wears to adorn his lapels, with many pointing out that Clarke has
never served in the military.

These articles mainly dealt with the sensitive topic of what military veterans
know as "stolen valor", which is the act of misleading the public by wearing
unearned military medals or dressing in military uniform without having served.

Clarke, who already cuts a controversial figure as the sheriff of Milwaukee
County, received a round of scrutiny after he announced in mid-May 2017 that he
would accept an assistant secretary position with the Department of Homeland
Security (although DHS has not yet confirmed such a position has been offered).
Among the topics of scrutiny were the many pins he wears on his dress uniform.

For example, Salon.com posted a story on 19 May 2017 with the headline, "Looks
like Sheriff David Clarke's 'army' medals might be B.S." They reported:

In the wake of that, an interesting charge against Clarke surfaced in the form
of a Twitter rant on Thursday.

At almost all of his public appearances, Clarke either wears a pristine cowboy
hat with a natty suit or, more famously, a uniform festooned with shiny
military medals. On Thursday, Twitter user Charles Clymer, an army veteran,
pointed out that those military medals might not be all that legit.

"Look at this fucking guy's uniform," Clymer said, in the second of a long
string of tweets on the subject. "You see all that shit pinned all over his
dress uniform jacket? That's not supposed to be there."

Clymer went on to break down each individual medal, their placement and their
apparently spurious provenance. Clymer acknowledged that legitimate medals are
earned, and should be worn with pride, but accuses Clarke of "stolen valor" and
calls Clarke's collection, "a sloppy assortment of badge replicas arranged
neatly, [that] looks imposing."

We reached out to Clarke's spokesman, Craig Peterson, and the spokeswoman for
the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office. Neither responded to our questions
regarding Clarke's uniform. But Clarke himself went on the record about the
issue as a guest on Newsmax TV's "The Joe Pags Show", where he said he doesn't
wear "medals" and never falsely claimed to have served in the military.

He said he wears pins that have personal and emotional value for him, and
called the attacks on the items a smear:

You know they're talking about some of the pins on my uniform, first of all
they're not medals, they're pins. And they have very significant emotional and
real value to me. Some of these have been handed to [me] by people who have
lost sons and daughters in the line of duty, or a spouse.

So in support of like the C.O.P.S. Concerns of Police Survivors organization, I
wear a ribbon for that. Some of these I have earned and some of these designate
my completion of the FBI National Academy - they give you a pin. I wear that
pin on my uniform. The FBI National Executive Institute, the Secret Service
Dignitary Protection School, on and on and on.

But I've also been given pins by survivors of the 9/11 terror attacks in New
York City, from cops, from people who lost sons and daughters in those attacks,
talking about form law enforcement. And those things mean something to me, you
know I honor them, I put them on the thing that's most important to me and
that's the uniform. They're not medals, they're pins that designate that, I
don't care what anybody says about it... There are ulterior motives. It's just
to smear me.

However, many people who served in the armed forces took issue with the
implication of the pins, even without an overt declaration that he was a
military hero. Will Fischer, a Marine Corps veteran who served in Iraq,
compared Clarke's pins to the "flair" placed on waiters' uniforms at the
restaurant Chotchkie's in the Mike Judge cult film Office Space. Fischer told
us:

Is it stolen valor? No. Is it pathetic? Yes. It's almost like he walks around
and finds something shiny on the ground and just pins it upon himself. Some of
it looks like things that came with a Halloween costume or "flair" in Office
Space. I think he knows that if he puts things upon his uniform it can exude
authority, or a tough guy persona.

But criticism of Clarke's uniform is purely subjective. John Lilyea, a retired
Army sergeant who runs the blog "This Ain't Hell" which often deals with stolen
valor cases, said he saw nothing wrong with Clarke's pins, and thought the
kerfuffle was much ado about nothing. In an e-mail, he told us:

I don't see anything wrong with what Sheriff Clarke is wearing. None of it is
military-related... The people in the Salon article were just having an
emotional reaction to the sight of the Sheriff in his uniform rather than
anything substantial.

Lilyea directed us to a blog post he had written on the topic (categorized
under "Dumbass Bullshit") in which he characterized the controversy as nothing
more than partisanship:

The whole thing is childish and it's a political attack. We've busted phonies
here on both sides of the political aisle, irrespective of their politics
because that's the nature of stolen valor. I can't find any articles on Salon
that take [Democratic Connecticut Senator] Dick Blumenthal to task on his fake
claims that Blumenthal was a Vietnam veteran.

Anthony Anderson, a staff sergeant who runs the web site "Guardian of Valor"
and has taken on the task of busting military impostors, agreed with Lilyea. He
told us by e-mail:

From what we can see there are no official military badges or insignia on this
man's uniform.

We see a bunch of pro-American and Law Enforcement pins. Not sure why anyone
would approach this man and accuse him of Stolen Valor. Unless there is a
background that we don't know of, there's nothing offensive or wrong with what
he is wearing.

Opinions on whether or not Clarke's pins and uniform are inappropriate seem to
be influenced by viewers' opinions on the man himself. Clarke is a lightning
rod of a political figure. He began his law enforcement career with the
Milwaukee Police Department in 1978, working his way up to the rank of captain,
and only left the department in 2002 to take the position of Milwaukee County
Sheriff.

Clarke is a staunch and outspoken supporter of President Donald Trump, and
frequently stumped for him during the 2016 presidential campaign. He has
controversially compared the Black Lives Matter movement to terrorists, and is
also the target of several lawsuits dealing with prisoner fatalities in his
jail system as well as and harassment of a private citizen. The Anti-Defamation
League also cautions that Clarke has ties to two groups it classifies as
extremist anti-government organizations: the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace
Officers Association (CSPOA), and the Oath Keepers.

Actual "stolen valor" is a serious offense - it's a federal crime to
fraudulently present oneself as the recipient of authentic military medals like
a silver star, a Purple Heart or a Combat Infantryman's Badge with the intent
of benefiting from doing so. Although Clarke has a penchant for meticulously
arranging his personal pins on his dress uniform, he never claimed to have
served in the military and says the items are personal belongings, not
military-issued medals or badges.

It may be a gray area for some, but the level of offense taken is in the eye of
the beholder. Clarke does not misrepresent his past nor does he masquerade as a
veteran of the armed forces.
Rudy Canoza
2021-10-10 04:10:21 UTC
Permalink
Post by AlleyCat
On Sat, 9 Oct 2021 08:51:05 -0700, Rudy Canoza says...
I've proved it's a lie site.
LOL... YOU? [shrieking] Muscular libertarians who kick my faggot ass are NOT [shrieking] to be believed
Actually, rat-boi, we are.
Post by AlleyCat
[snip plagiarized bullshit rat-boi Schild hasn't even read]
[I just *LOVE* the way that notice pisses rat-boi Schild off]
AlleyCat
2021-10-10 11:22:34 UTC
Permalink
On Sat, 9 Oct 2021 21:10:21 -0700, Rudy Canoza says...
Post by AlleyCat
Muscular libertarians
BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA


Libertarians Are Wimps (New Study Shocks Scientific Community...

https://freedomwire.com/libertarians-are-wimps-new-study-shocks-scientific-
community/

Libertarian men are physically smaller and weaker than conservative men - and
it's measurable.

=====

Vice Admits Libertarian Men are Weaker, Less Attractive than...

https://phillipschneider.com/vice-admits-libertarian-men-are-weaker-less-
attractive-than-conservatives/

Vice Admits Libertarian Men are Weaker, Less Attractive than Conservatives By
Phillip Schneider on August 11, 2020 ( Leave a comment ) While the flames of
the culture war rage, even far-left media publication Vice admits that
libertarian men are weaker and less competent than conservatives.

=====

TRUTH: Why Libertarians Are WEAKER Than Conservatives

https://thefederalistpapers.org/us/truth-libertarians-weaker-conservatives

TRUTH: Why Libertarians Are WEAKER Than Conservatives. Speaking of weak
libertarians, who can't even stand the sight of history: Texas Restaurant
Defending Controversial Sign Some Are Calling Racist - by Robert Gehl. A Texas
restaurant is under attack on social media for what many are calling its racist
décor. The neon sign hung at Cook's Garage...

=====

Science Proves That Libertarians Are Crazier Than Conservatives

https://freedomwire.com/libertarians-are-crazy/

Well, I recently came across a fantastic article about another study of
Libertarians - except this time, instead of focusing on the weak males, it
focuses on the average Libertarian woman instead. A Ph.D. candidate at Georgia
State University has analyzed the data out of a recent Pew Research Center
poll, and the results are amazing.

=====

Shocker: Study Shows Physically Weak Men Tend to be Libertarian

https://redstate.com/terichristoph/2017/05/26/shocker-study-shows-physically-
weak-men-tend-to-be-libertarian-n72373

Shocker: Study Shows Physically Weak Men Tend to be Libertarian. In news that
will
surprise absolutely no one, a new study reveals that girly men are more likely
to favor socialist policies. The study, conducted by researchers at Brunel
University London, looked at the height, weight, physical strength, and bicep
circumference of 171 men, along...

=====

Libertarianism Breeds Soft, Weak, Young "Men" - Louder With...

https://www.louderwithcrowder.com/libertarianism-breeds-soft-weak-young-men

by Steven Crowder - I know some of you think when I say "libertarianism breeds
weak, fat men," that I'm merely politicizing an issue to be polarizing. I
assure you that's not the case. Allow me five hundred words to make my case. I
was a chubby kid. Strike that, I was a jiggly shrimp. Skinny-fat. The kind of
kid who was relatively thin, yet managed to ma

=====

Why Libertarians Are So Physically Monstrous And Repulsive...

https://www.returnofkings.com/118536/why-libertarians-are-so-physically-
monstrous-
and-repulsive

Libertarians are not born uglier. They voluntarily remain ugly or become uglier
to
fit a narrative. "Appearance is ideology". It takes a special kind of hypocrisy
to call something that is universally seen as ugly "beautiful" and vice-versa.

=====

Science says libertarians, not conservatives, are psychotic

https://nypost.com/2016/06/09/science-says-libertarian-beliefs-are-linked-to-
pyschotic-traits/

Jun 9, 2016 Turns out libertarians are the real authoritarians. A political-
science
journal that published an oft-cited study claiming conservatives were more
likely to show traits associated with "psychoticism"...

=====

12 Reasons Why Libertarians And Progressives Will Always Be...

https://www.returnofkings.com/100887/12-reasons-why-libertarians-and-
progressives-
will-always-be-losers

Libertarian men however are inexcusable, they are either effeminate enough to
be
emotionally manipulated or are weak and yielding to social pressures. December
10, 2016 Take The Red Pill Don't forget that Libertarian men are usually the
offspring of domineering feminists or divorced feminists and sometimes single
mothers.

=====

Men With Weak Upper Bodies Tend to Be Libertarian - Physically Strong Men Tend
to
Be Conservative

Men who are physically strong are more likely to take a right wing political
stance, while weaker men are inclined to support the welfare state, according
to a new study.

Researchers discovered political motivations may have evolutionary links to
physical strength.

Men's upper-body strength predicts their political opinions on economic
redistribution, according to the research.

The principal investigators - psychological scientists Michael Bang Petersen,
of Aarhus University in Denmark, and Daniel Sznycer, of the University of
California in the U.S., believe that the link may reflect psychological traits
that evolved in response to our early ancestral environments and continue to
influence behavior today.

Professor Petersen said: 'While many think of politics as a modern phenomenon,
it has - in a sense - always been with our species.'

In the days of our early ancestors, decisions about the distribution of
resources were not made in courthouses or legislative offices, but through
shows of strength.

With this in mind, Professor Petersen and Professor Sznycer hypothesized that
upper-body strength - a proxy for the ability to physically defend or acquire
resources - would predict men's opinions about the redistribution of wealth.
Rudy Canoza
2021-10-10 15:01:36 UTC
Permalink
Post by Rudy Canoza
Post by AlleyCat
On Sat, 9 Oct 2021 08:51:05 -0700, Rudy Canoza says...
I've proved it's a lie site.
LOL... YOU? [shrieking] Muscular libertarians who kick my faggot ass are NOT
[shrieking] to be believed
Actually, rat-boi, we are.
I'm a puny, no-upper-body-strength bitch.
Yes, but there's no need to be so hard on yourself over it, rat-boi.
[snip plagiarized bullshit rat-boi Schild hasn't even read]
[I just *LOVE* the way that notice pisses rat-boi Schild off]
AlleyCat
2021-10-11 00:16:40 UTC
Permalink
On Sun, 10 Oct 2021 08:01:36 -0700, Rudy Canoza says...
Post by Rudy Canoza
no need to be so hard on yourself
How original, Matt.

Date: 10/04/21 11:17 PM
"Don't BE so hard on yourself, homo hypocrite." - AC

Date: 09/22/21 11:30 PM
Damn Rudy... stop being so hard on yourself. - AC

Date: 08/24/20 08:13 PM
Don't be so hard on yourself, Trudy.

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[I Just *LOVE* The Way This Sig-file Makes Boi-Fucker Lose His Fucking Mind]


Rudy's Little Man's Disease: A disease of short males marked by aggressive
antisocial behavior and constant overcompensation resulting in pompous
mannerisms such as spitting, twitching, swearing, speaking loudly and tough
talk.

"I can kill you with one hand. You know this." - Rudy

The disease only affects teenagers or men who are less than 5' 6" tall.

"I'm about eight inches shorter than Trump [6' 2"]." - Rudy

The severity of this disease is inversely proportional to the height of the
sufferer. Other characteristics of this scourge are a very short penis, acne,
low I.Q and bad etiquette.

Often these males are homophobic to the point of insanity because of latent
sexual orientation issues.

**FAGGOT!**

"Fixed your lie, you you no-fight faggot." - Rudy

"Thanks for kicking my faggot ass." - Rudy

"'Self' is redundant, you toothless squat-to-piss no-fight faggot. - Rudy

"I've beaten *you* to a bloody pulp, you squat-to-piss *no-fight* faggot -
every fucking time. You're a zero, as every, stale, squat-to-piss *no-fight*
faggot who incessantly bleats about "mommy's basement" *ALWAYS* is." - Rudy

"... you you no-fight faggot." - Rudy

"... you toothless squat-to-piss no-fight faggot" - Rudy

"Kicked your flabby faggot ass again. Yes." - Rudy

"You a Squat-to-Piss Faggot." - Rudy

"The disgusting gurgling, slurping sounds below are just the faggots Hartung,
Sanitary Napkin and Bit of Nothingness enjoying a three-way" - Rudy

"YOU lose, Nazi faggot." - Rudy

Little Man's Disease is an untreatable epidemic in this country.

This is Rudy: https://i.imgur.com/6yNwiqK.mp4
Rudy Canoza
2021-10-11 00:33:58 UTC
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Post by Rudy Canoza
Post by Rudy Canoza
Post by AlleyCat
On Sat, 9 Oct 2021 08:51:05 -0700, Rudy Canoza says...
I've proved it's a lie site.
LOL... YOU? [shrieking] Muscular libertarians who kick my faggot ass are
NOT [shrieking] to be believed
Actually, rat-boi, we are.
I'm a puny, no-upper-body-strength bitch.
Yes, but there's no need to be so hard on yourself over it, rat-boi.
I've never had an original thought in my life.
I know you haven't, rat-boi.
[snip plagiarized bullshit rat-boi Schild hasn't even read]
[I just *LOVE* the way that notice pisses rat-boi Schild off]
AlleyCat
2021-10-11 03:26:17 UTC
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Liberals And Weak-Minded Libertarians Have Zer0 Senses of Humour... Have To Use
Others' Jokes

On Sun, 10 Oct 2021 08:01:36 -0700, Rudy Canoza says...
Post by Rudy Canoza
no need to be so hard on yourself
How original, Matt.

Date: 10/04/21 11:17 PM
"Don't BE so hard on yourself, homo hypocrite." - AC

Date: 09/22/21 11:30 PM
Damn Rudy... stop being so hard on yourself. - AC

Date: 08/24/20 08:13 PM
Don't be so hard on yourself, Trudy.

============================================================================

[I Just *LOVE* The Way This Sig-file Makes Boi-Fucker Lose His Fucking Mind]


Rudy's Little Man's Disease: A disease of short males marked by aggressive
antisocial behavior and constant overcompensation resulting in pompous
mannerisms such as spitting, twitching, swearing, speaking loudly and tough
talk.

"I can kill you with one hand. You know this." - Rudy

The disease only affects teenagers or men who are less than 5' 6" tall.

"I'm about eight inches shorter than Trump [6' 2"]." - Rudy

The severity of this disease is inversely proportional to the height of the
sufferer. Other characteristics of this scourge are a very short penis, acne,
low I.Q and bad etiquette.

Often these males are homophobic to the point of insanity because of latent
sexual orientation issues.

**FAGGOT!**

"Fixed your lie, you you no-fight faggot." - Rudy

"Thanks for kicking my faggot ass." - Rudy

"'Self' is redundant, you toothless squat-to-piss no-fight faggot. - Rudy

"I've beaten *you* to a bloody pulp, you squat-to-piss *no-fight* faggot -
every fucking time. You're a zero, as every, stale, squat-to-piss *no-fight*
faggot who incessantly bleats about "mommy's basement" *ALWAYS* is." - Rudy

"... you you no-fight faggot." - Rudy

"... you toothless squat-to-piss no-fight faggot" - Rudy

"Kicked your flabby faggot ass again. Yes." - Rudy

"You a Squat-to-Piss Faggot." - Rudy

"The disgusting gurgling, slurping sounds below are just the faggots Hartung,
Sanitary Napkin and Bit of Nothingness enjoying a three-way" - Rudy

"YOU lose, Nazi faggot." - Rudy

Little Man's Disease is an untreatable epidemic in this country.

This is Rudy: https://i.imgur.com/6yNwiqK.mp4
super70s
2021-10-09 03:04:38 UTC
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Post by bruce bowser
Ex-Trump Aide Corey Lewandowski Bragged About Killing Two Men Before
Groping Donor: Police Report
"According to Odom's statement, which was published in full by the U.K.-
based tabloid The Daily Mail, Lewandowski was discussing his childhood in a
"bad part of Boston" when he started talking about the people he had killed.
"I initially believed that he was joking and attempted to laugh it off, Odom
told police, adding that he did not appear to be drunk. "That is when
Lewandowski went into detail and stated something to the effect of, 'When
I was 10, I stabbed someone over and over again, killing him.' He continued
and shared that when he was older he stabbed a man in the back of the
head, also killing him.""
Salon Magazine - 4 days ago
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https://www.salon.com/2021/10/03/ex-aide-corey-lewandowski-bragged-
about-two-men-before-groping-donor-police-report/
I can believe that story, that guy seems screwed up in the head.
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