Stephen Colbert Thoroughly Debunks Trump’s ‘Wild’ Jeffrey Epstein Conspiracy Theory

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Stephen Colbert Thoroughly Debunks Trump’s ‘Wild’ Jeffrey Epstein Conspiracy Theory

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Stephen Colbert Thoroughly Debunks Trump’s ‘Wild’ Jeffrey Epstein Conspiracy Theory

a76e9ca0-ba9f-11e7-afbd-e700b0f36d78_dai   By (Matt Wilstein), The Daily Beast   Mon, Aug 12 9:48 PM EDT  


Stephen Colbert didn’t know he could still be “shocked” by President Trump’s behavior. Then this weekend happened. 

“It’s kind of nice, you know, after all these years he can still keep the relationship fresh,” the   Late Show   host said on Monday night. “Just when you think he’s been around for a while and you’re not going to be shocked by him anymore, he pops up and scares the bejesus out of you!” 

Colbert was referring to Trump’s   decision to retweet a wild conspiracy theory   claiming the Clintons were responsible for accused pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s prison suicide.

Fox News Host Confronts Kellyanne Conway on Trump’s Epstein Retweet

“Epstein knew a lot of powerful and important people,” the host explained, including Alan Dershowitz, former New Mexico governor Bill Richardson, and Prince Andrew, as well as President Bill Clinton and President Donald Trump. “It’s a who’s who of ‘who’s Jeffrey Epstein? I’ve never met Jeffrey Epstein!’” 

The host noted that Epstein’s death has set off a “wild wave of conspiracy theories online, the sort of stuff that only unstable, tin foil hat loons could possibly believe.” Then came the punchline: “So, Donald Trump…”

“Really?!” Colbert said in response to Trump’s irresponsible retweet. “That’s your theory? I’m not saying the Clintons don’t have any power. They could definitely get a reservation at any restaurant in New York City. Party of four on a Saturday night at 7 o’clock, maybe not. But masterminding a scheme to assassinate a high-profile prisoner in a maximum security federal custody? They couldn’t even mastermind a visit to Wisconsin.” 

Imitating Trump, the host said, “Follow me down the rabbit hole here, OK? Who had the most to gain from Epstein’s death... besides me who was on tape partying with him and young women? And who controls all federal prisons? The president—Bill Clinton.” 


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1  seeder  Tessylo    6 months ago

Imitating Trump, the host said, “Follow me down the rabbit hole here, OK? Who had the most to gain from Epstein’s death... besides me who was on tape partying with him and young women? And who controls all federal prisons? The president—Bill Clinton.” 

1.1  WallyW  replied to  Tessylo @1    6 months ago

The Clinton's have motive, money, and the means and the connections to silence Epstein.

The evidence points to murder, not suicide

1.1.1  seeder  Tessylo  replied to  WallyW @1.1    6 months ago

The 'president' has motive, Barr, and the means and the connections to silence Epstein.

The evidence points to murder by the 'president' and Barr.  

Paula Bartholomew
1.1.2  Paula Bartholomew  replied to  WallyW @1.1    6 months ago

So does Trump.

1.1.4  MrFrost  replied to  WallyW @1.1    6 months ago
The Clinton's have motive, money, and the means and the connections to silence Epstein.

Wait, what motive? Trump has the same connections and is STILL very much in the public eye, he certainly has a lot more to lose and he has far more connections as POTUS than the Clintons do. Trump has been close to the mafia since he was in his 40's. Oh yea, trump has a lot more money than the clintons do...seriously, I cannot even believe you brought that one up.. LOL 

2  bbl-1    6 months ago

Do not wish to bring this up but----------things like this commonly occur in Putin's Russia, Erdogan's Turkey and Mohammad bin Salman's Saudi Theocracy. 

Is the Trump invincible since he's already 'seated' one quarter of the judges on the circuit courts?  Is the 'Roland Freisler' effect now an unremovable stain on America's judiciary?

2.1  Ronin2  replied to  bbl-1 @2    6 months ago

Right, Trump is now Putin. TDDS. If Trump were Putin the media would never be able to question his involvement. They would all be killed off or imprisoned first and replaced with state run hacks.

Where the hell were you people when Clinton associates were dropping like flies when he was in office? Screaming, "Vast right wing conspiracy"

A lot of people had money, connections, and power that were associated with Epstein. They all had a lot to lose if he decided to sing for a less harsh sentence. Him being taken off of suicide watch needs to be thoroughly investigated.

2.1.1  igknorantzrulz  replied to  Ronin2 @2.1    6 months ago

A lot of people had money, connections, and power that were associated with Epstein. They all had a lot to lose if he decided to sing for a less harsh sentence. Him being taken off of suicide watch needs to be thoroughly investigated.

On this,

We would agree.

Again, who installed Barr, the overseer of the penal system ?

Who is, unfortunately, potUS ?

Hint, it's not the Clintons

2.1.2  seeder  Tessylo  replied to  Ronin2 @2.1    6 months ago;_ylu=X3oDMTByOHZyb21tBGNvbG8DYmYxBHBvcwMxBHZ0aWQDBHNlYwNzcg--/RV=2/RE=1566002423/RO=10/

Sean Hannity Conspiracies: 7 Theories Promoted By Fox Host

By   Marcy Kreiter   @marcykreiter  
05/29/17 AT 4:51 PM
The Seth Rich conspiracy theory isn’t the only outlandish story Fox News’ Sean Hannity has pushed in recent years.

Washington Police say Rich was killed by a mugger. Hannity, however, has been pushing the theory Rich, a Democratic National Committee staffer, was slain because he was the person who leaked DNC emails to WikiLeaks. U.S. intelligence concluded Russian-sponsored hackers were responsible for the theft.

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“If it was true that Seth Rich gave WikiLeaks the DNC emails, wouldn’t that blow the whole Russia collusion narrative that the media has been pushing out of the water?” Hannity asked May 18.

He also poked fun at wags predicting his demise.

Fox, however, retracted the Rich story although the network insisted Hannity had its “unequivocal support.”

"Like the rest of the country, Sean Hannity is taking a vacation for Memorial Day weekend and will be back on Tuesday. Those who suggest otherwise are going to look foolish,” a Fox spokesman said in a statement emailed to International Business Times.

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Hannity has been a strong supporter of President Donald Trump, accusing the “deep state” and mainstream press of covering up the truth. He has   lost   massive numbers of viewers in the wake of Bill O’Reilly’s firing as a result of sexual misconduct allegations, and advertisers have been fleeing.

Hannity is no novice when it comes to conspiracy theories. As early as 1993, he was among the Clinton-bashers who suggested Hillary Clinton’s close friend and White House counsel Vince Foster was murdered although his death was ruled a suicide. Foster was found dead in Fort Marcy Park outside Washington, and the death was investigated by special counsel Kenneth Starr.

Here are five others conspiracy theories Hannity has offered in recent years, compiled by   AlterNet :

1. Russia was framed for the DNC hack

Hannity relied on the word of 9/11 truther Army Lt. Col. Anthony Schaffer for proof the CIA used malware to attribute cyberattacks to nations like Russia.

“Sean, we did it. Not me, but our guys, former members of NSA, retired intelligence officers used these tools to break in there and get the information out. That’s what the Democrats don’t want to talk about because it doesn’t fit their narrative,” Shaffer said, admitting he had no proof.

Schaffer is a retired intelligence officer who also claimed former President Barack Obama watched the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, in real time, something the White House denied. Newsweek   reported   in December that Schaffer told friends he was under consideration for a Trump administration intelligence position.

2. Hillary Clinton’s health

Hannity insisted the former secretary of state was seriously ill during the 2016 presidential campaign. His evidence came from pro-Trump Twitter accounts that spread baseless rumors Clinton had suffered traumatic brain injury and had seizures. They also alleged she was hit by a ministroke, Media Matters   reported . Hannity additionally suggested she suffered from Parkinson’s disease and persisted despite a report from Clinton’s doctor pronouncing her fit.

The talk show host then proceeded to ignore questions about Republican Donald Trump’s health even after Trump’s doctor admitted he wrote his assessment of Trump’s health in 5 minutes while under duress.

3.  The Benghazi attack

Despite a Republican investigation that found no stand-down order was issued to U.S. troops as the attack occurred, Hannity persisted in saying U.S. troops were told not to move in. In reality, there was not enough time for U.S. forces to mount a defense of the consulate from where they were stationed in Italy.

Four Americans died in the September 2012 attack that trashed the consulate, including Ambassador Chris Stevens.

4.  State of Obamacare

In October 2013, Hannity invited six people onto his program to talk about how Obamacare had negatively affected them. Hannity called the Affordable Care Act a “train wreck” and asked the six to tell their stories. Salon   investigated , however, and found their claims misleading, everything from a businessman saying he actually laid off employees because he wanted to, to a woman admitting she never had actually checked the exchange in her state for affordable coverage and instead sought a pricey individual policy on her own.

5. Voter fraud

Like President Trump, Hannity insists voter fraud is rampant despite studies indicating it’s negligible. Hannity bases his theory on Philadelphia’s preference for Obama over Mitt Romney in 2012.

“In 59 separate precincts in inner city Philadelphia, Mitt Romney did not get a single vote! Not one!” he said last summer.

However,   noted the 59 precincts Hannity cited are in the mainly black inner city. Nationally, Obama received 93 percent of the black vote.

2.1.3  seeder  Tessylo  replied to  Tessylo @2.1.2    6 months ago

Vince Foster's death and subsequent conspiracy theories, explained

By   Matthew Yglesias @mattyglesias     May 25, 2016, 7:30am EDT

Speaking to the   Washington Post   on Monday, Donald Trump referred to "very serious" allegations that there was foul play involved in the death of White House staffer Vince Foster in the early months of the Clinton administration. Deeming the circumstances of Foster's death "very fishy," Trump observed that Foster "knew everything that was going on, and then all of a sudden he committed suicide."

In truth, there is nothing fishy about Foster's death. In fact, few if any suicides have been investigated as thoroughly — or repeatedly — as Foster's, and it's very clear what happened to him. It was a tragic suicide, not a murder to further a cover-up.

Trump's decision to bring up the case is, however, revealing about his own approach to politics and life. And in a sense, it's useful that he brought up perhaps the flimsiest and most ridiculous anti-Clinton allegation of all, because fully understanding exactly how flimsy and ridiculous it is helps you understand the kind of basic siege mentality with which Hillary Clinton treats the press and its suggestions of scandal.

Who is Vince Foster?

Foster was a prominent Arkansas attorney in the 1970s and '80s who lived across the street from Bill Clinton when they were very young, and who was later responsible for hiring Hillary Clinton at the Rose Law Firm. When Bill Clinton became president, he wanted to bring some associates from Arkansas he knew personally and was comfortable with into the White House and appointed Foster to be deputy White House counsel. Foster served under   Bernard Nussbaum , a successful New York attorney who had more national prominence and more experience in controversial political cases but weaker ties to the Clintons.

Foster was not very successful at his new position.

Several of Clinton's early failed appointments — Zoë Baird, Kimba Wood, and Lani Guinier — had been under his purview, and he felt guilty about his involvement. Then came a political firestorm over the firing of seven staffers from the White House travel office, an early (and totally ridiculous) Clinton scandal that made him the subject of multiple scathing Wall Street Journal editorials. With his family left behind in Arkansas and feeling that his   reputation for integrity was in tatters   due to partisan politics, Foster killed himself on July 20, 1993, just a few months into Clinton's presidency.

Are you   sure   Foster killed himself?

It's really quite clear.

In the days before his death, Foster was having trouble eating or sleeping. He told his sister that he was suffering from depression but was afraid that seeing a psychiatrist would cost him his security clearance. His sister provided him with the names of two DC-area psychiatrists anyway, and urged him to see one "off the record" to alleviate his clearance concerns. He called one, but got an answering machine. He spoke to his doctor on the phone in Little Rock and got a prescription for antidepressants.

Then his body was found in a park with a bullet through his head and a gun in his hand.

The US Park Police had jurisdiction over the matter and concluded, in conjunction with the FBI, that it was a suicide. Later investigations by independent counsels Robert Fisk and Kenneth Starr concluded the same thing. When a depressed man is found dead in a park with no sign of a struggle and gun residue on his hand, the natural conclusion is suicide, and every subsequent piece of evidence confirmed that finding.   Depression plus easy access to firearms lead to an avoidable death , as it all too often does in the United States.

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So why do people think the Clintons killed Foster?

It's always been a little bit unclear to what extent anyone really   does   believe this as opposed to cynically peddling theories for partisan advantage or personal profit. But the key actors were conservative donor Richard Mellon Scaife and a small network of journalists he funded through the American Spectator and the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review as part of a get-Clinton operation he called the   Arkansas Project .

The project raked a variety of muck of variable quality, and the work of Christopher Ruddy on the Vince Foster issue is generally regarded as basically its worst work.

Here is Michael Isikoff reviewing Ruddy's book  The Strange Death of Vincent Foster   back in 1997:

It is Ruddy's contention that none of this should necessarily be believed; the doctor, the widow, the friends, the Park Police officers that found the body, the coroner who performed the autopsy--all may well be "complicit" in a cover-up. But why? As far as the Park Police goes, Ruddy argues, they mistakenly rushed to the judgment that Foster's death was a suicide and are concealing the fact that they failed to follow proper police procedures by considering alternatives, such as murder and/or the possibility that Foster died somewhere else and his body was "moved" to Fort Marcy by an unidentified group of secret conspirators. The argument begs certain questions, such as: Who were these conspirators? What possible motive would they have had? Why deposit Foster's body in a public park? (At least the Mafia drops its victims in rivers.) And most curious of all, how exactly could this dastardly crime have been carried off? Consider: There were at least a half-dozen people known to have visited the park that afternoon. It was broad daylight. Foster was 6 feet 4 inches tall and weighed 200 pounds. To have transported the deputy White House counsel's lumpy dead body 200 yards from the parking lot to the cannon and have nobody notice would have been quite an achievement. Wouldn't they have at least waited until nightfall?

Even Ann Coulter derided Ruddy's work as a  "conservative hoax."

But despite the utter lack of evidence, the   Wall Street Journal editorial page   fanned the flames of conspiracy theory, and   The New York Times Book Review   commissioned a   respectful review of Ruddy's book by a National Review editor . There was also a remarkable amount of congressional grandstanding around the issue — including   then-Rep. Dan Burton shooting a watermelon   to prove he knew better than the FBI how to investigate a crime scene.

No coherent sense of what possible motive could exist for the murder was ever brought forward, even by Ruddy, largely because the murder is a fiction.

Okay but what was this thing about the travel office?

While Foster's suicide is an outlier in the genre of Clinton-era scandalmongering, the White House travel office controversy in which he was becoming ensnared before his death is more typical, in that fundamentally innocent conduct on the part of the Clinton administration nonetheless fed a perpetual motion machine of "scandals" about procedural issues related to the investigation itself.

What happened here, in essence, is that when Clinton took office and put his team in place, they wanted to fire the staff at the White House travel office, which they absolutely had the right to do, and replace them with some of their own people, which they also absolutely had the right to do. But while legally speaking the WHTO staff were at-will employees who served at the pleasure of the president, it wasn't customary for new presidents to bring in a new WHTO team.

So in a perhaps misguided effort to make the changing of the guard look more high-minded, the administration had the FBI look into financial improprieties at the WHTO. This revealed that, at a minimum, the office's financial practices were reckless (there was no double-entry accounting, for example, and thus the WHTO couldn't even be audited properly), but it also became the pretext for a political controversy over the idea that the White House staff had improperly pressured the FBI.

That, in turn, led to a series of other second- and third-order controversies about how directly involved Bill or Hillary Clinton was in the completely legal decision to fire the travel office staff, replete with accusations of stonewalling over the production of documents and counter-accusations of fishing expeditions.

Foster, as deputy White House counsel, was directly in the firing line for this stuff, which eventually spawned six or seven years' worth of investigations and no indictments.

Why does any of this matter?

It reveals a couple of fundamental truths about 2016's main candidates.

First, to understand Hillary Clinton's mindset you really have to understand the Vince Foster story. A longtime friend and mentor of hers comes to Washington, has a hard time largely due to the bad-faith machinations of her partisan enemies, and kills himself in despair, and the upshot is years of entirely baseless charges that she or her husband had him killed. Charges that were repeatedly discredited by a range of official investigators nonetheless kept surfacing, not just in hardcore conservative media but even places like   The New York Times Book Review.

If you ever find yourself wondering how it is that Clinton doesn't manage to resist the temptation to accept paid speaking gigs even when she's already rich and clearly gearing up for a presidential campaign, Foster is basically the reason. Where most politicians would be warned by staff to avoid even a slight   appearance   of impropriety, Clinton feels from experience that she'll be slammed regardless of what she does, so she might as well let her own conscience be her guide star in terms of policy and cash whatever checks she's offered.

As for Trump, he has shown himself to have a   real taste for hoaxes and sycophants , eagerly embracing whatever set of "facts" meets the needs of the moment.

He is also once again proving himself to be a   master of the art of trolling . Bringing up inane, debunked conspiracy theories about Foster's death isn't going to get the press to take them seriously. But it   will   spark articles broadly situated the Foster conspiracy theories within the larger universe of 1990s scandal politics, putting some unflattering associations in the public eye and keeping the campaign focused on basically any subject other than the fact that   none of Trump's   ideas   about   public policy   make any   sense

2.1.4  MrFrost  replied to  Tessylo @2.1.2    6 months ago

Hannity sucks cock by choice. 

Paula Bartholomew
2.1.5  Paula Bartholomew  replied to  Ronin2 @2.1    6 months ago

We can't fix the past but we can make sure the future reflects what is done in the present.

2.2  igknorantzrulz  replied to  bbl-1 @2    6 months ago

Trump is the STAIN on US All.


It wasn't Bill Clinton named as a co-defendant in a CHILD RAPE CASE with Epstein.


That would have been TRUMPP, you know, the guy who grabs pussy at will, "and they let you".

Who walked into dressing rooms at teen beauty pageants ?

Who's had a dozen women accuse him of rape, and or sexual harassment ?


We hear constant conspiracy theories about how the Clintons had multiple peoples killed. 

How do the MOST investigated two people in the world, keep pulling all of this off ???


I don't care WHO they find was part of this sick ring of child sexual exploitation !   CONVICT and sentence any and all.

Dershowitz is mighty quiet these days...

If Clinton raped children, throw him in jail.   ANY OF THEM !

Trump is the one that had the means to have Epstein erased, but until i see evidence, he gets the benefit of the doubt.

Again though, who was named as a Co-Defendant in a Child Rape Case along with Epstein again ???


Bring any and all involved down, and burn it to the ground.

We all have our suspicions, and some are going to be right.

IMHO, one of the sickest crimes that could be committed, has been, and was kept secret and out of prolonged incarceration by powerful people, 



Sparty On
3  Sparty On    6 months ago

Boy, now there's some hard hitting journalism there .....

3.1  Ronin2  replied to  Sparty On @3    6 months ago

It is a "comedian" commenting on Trump's retweet of what another "comedian" posted. What else is to be expected?

3.2  KDMichigan  replied to  Sparty On @3    6 months ago
Boy, now there's some hard hitting journalism there

Unfortunately that is where a lot of people get their hard hitting news from.

3.2.1  igknorantzrulz  replied to  KDMichigan @3.2    6 months ago

Hard news for you is probably from Fox.

Colbert is FAR more 'Truth' oriented than Fox.

Comedians tend to be pretty damn intelligent, sorry we can't say the same about Trump.

3.2.2  KDMichigan  replied to  igknorantzrulz @3.2.1    6 months ago
Hard news for you is probably from Fox.

if yA SayZ sO tHEn it mUSt Be TrOO

3.2.3  igknorantzrulz  replied to  KDMichigan @3.2.2    6 months ago


3.2.4  MrFrost  replied to  KDMichigan @3.2    6 months ago

Unfortunately that is where a lot of people get their hard hitting news from.

Still far better than fox news... I mean, fox entertainment. 

Paula Bartholomew
3.2.5  Paula Bartholomew  replied to  igknorantzrulz @3.2.3    6 months ago

jrSmiley_82_smiley_image.gif I am so glad I am fluent in typoneese. 

3.3  seeder  Tessylo  replied to  Sparty On @3    6 months ago

Reality and truth has a liberal basis

Sparty On
3.3.1  Sparty On  replied to  Tessylo @3.3    6 months ago

Only in liberal, looney tune la-la land .....

3.4  seeder  Tessylo  replied to  Sparty On @3    6 months ago

No one claimed it was journalism.  

Sparty On
3.4.1  Sparty On  replied to  Tessylo @3.4    6 months ago

No one claimed they did.

3.4.2  seeder  Tessylo  replied to  Sparty On @3.4.1    6 months ago
Boy, now there's some hard hitting journalism there .....

Sparty On
3.4.3  Sparty On  replied to  Tessylo @3.4.2    6 months ago
No one claimed they did.

3.4.4  Ronin2  replied to  Tessylo @3.4.2    6 months ago

Know what sarcasm is?

3.4.5  bbl-1  replied to  Ronin2 @3.4.4    6 months ago

Yeah.  Like when the dude says, "I'm like a really smart guy."  DJT.  Now that is sarcasm.

Sean Treacy
4  Sean Treacy    6 months ago

Remember when late night talk show hosts were funny?

Good times

5  Tacos!    6 months ago

This is a good example of TDS. You're debunking a tweet.

No, not even a tweet. A retweet. A trolling tweet at that. And you're calling it a "theory" that needs debunking. That's a little deranged.

Perspective! Get some!

The People's Fish
5.1  The People's Fish  replied to  Tacos! @5    6 months ago

Hillary lost so now we have to have experts giving rectal exams to tweets.

6  livefreeordie    6 months ago

If Colbert speaks, does anyone but hardcore marxists hear him?

Colbert is the joke, not Trump

Dismayed Patriot
6.1  Dismayed Patriot  replied to  livefreeordie @6    6 months ago
does anyone but hardcore marxists hear him?

Sounds like a descriptor on Russian porn... "Hardcore Marxist! Full Marxist Penetration!"....

I guess if there's no way to convince you of how incredibly, hilariously wrong you are, all anyone can do is just laugh.

6.1.1  livefreeordie  replied to  Dismayed Patriot @6.1    6 months ago


Dismayed Patriot
6.1.2  Dismayed Patriot  replied to  livefreeordie @6.1.1    6 months ago
Any objective analysis

…if one exists, is not be found anywhere in your tired cut & paste.

The government we have isn't perfect, it needs a lot of fixing, not breaking, to get it to function the way it should. I would rather work to make it better than to constantly whine about not having your dreamed of impossible "every man for himself" pseudo-utopia. It would be complete anarchy and would set the world back a thousand years. While some might consider that a good thing, I do not.

6.2  JBB  replied to  livefreeordie @6    6 months ago

The underage Russian porn stars who peed on Trump are Hardcore Marxists!

6.2.1  igknorantzrulz  replied to  JBB @6.2    6 months ago

just Marxing

their territory

6.2.2  seeder  Tessylo  replied to  JBB @6.2    6 months ago

I heard that's how the 'president' met Melania, at a brothel in Slovenia, where she peed the best on him.  

6.2.3  igknorantzrulz  replied to  Tessylo @6.2.2    6 months ago

that's when he knew,

she peed the prostitute for him.

She also wore heavy

pants over the phone,

as Trump wet his

pants all a loan, as he could never pay

off what straight as gay,

Putin had to say with his weighted down 

pants, that made Trumpp wetter than all of Melania's could of can'ts .

Only thing that got Trumpp hotter was A Greed or not,

when Putin peed on the weed that grows as hair up there, and

 it just followed the strings right to that empty feret covered cranium, a void of a brain, and oh so DUMB and vane,

but Trumpp sure could HUM, insane,

producing a lot of Putin in his hair, Something about Mary  hair gel,

comes to mind.


Trumpp could find


7  seeder  Tessylo    6 months ago

Marxist, marxist, marxist blah, fucking, blah

7.1  livefreeordie  replied to  Tessylo @7    6 months ago

[Deleted] I will stop calling them marxists

7.1.1  livefreeordie  replied to  livefreeordie @7.1    6 months ago


7.1.2  TᵢG  replied to  livefreeordie @7.1.1    6 months ago
Removed for context

Anyone ever mention that extreme language harms one's credibility.   Stalinist?      jrSmiley_80_smiley_image.gif

Dismayed Patriot
7.1.3  Dismayed Patriot  replied to  livefreeordie @7.1.1    6 months ago
removed for context

Well you might try saying "many" or "most" instead of simply calling anyone who has ever voted for a Democrat a "Stalinist, statist, Marxist, socialist, communist" or whatever other nonsensical word salad you imagine sounds worst. Maybe even try to come up with something original, or perhaps try debating on individual issues instead of just throwing the entire country out with the bath water.

7.1.4  seeder  Tessylo  replied to  TᵢG @7.1.2    6 months ago

Credibility?  jrSmiley_10_smiley_image.gif

7.1.5  livefreeordie  replied to  Dismayed Patriot @7.1.3    6 months ago

I was referring to Democrat politicians, not all Democrat voters. 

8  JohnRussell    6 months ago

Breaking ::::::::::::::::::::::::   Medical Examiners office in NY says the autopsy of Jeffery Epstein shows he died of suicide by hanging. 

Now the tin foil hat crowd will wonder how the Clintons got to the ME. 

8.1  MrFrost  replied to  JohnRussell @8    6 months ago

Of course he did, all the other crap about the Clinton's is just donny trying to throw some red meat to those in his base stupid enough actually believe trumps BS. 

8.1.1  Ronin2  replied to  MrFrost @8.1    6 months ago

So is all that crap about Trump engineering his death. Including the false narrative by Colbert.

Of course it still doesn't explain why Epstein was taken off of suicide watch.   But I am sure another investigation will turn up a lot of nothing.  It is what the US government is good at.  Creating something out of nothing, or making something look like nothing.  It just depends on the Establishment's bent at the moment.

9  Nerm_L    6 months ago

So, liberals get their news from comedians?

No wonder the Democratic Party has become a joke.


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