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  1. Please. Yes, technically his post didn't come out and explicitly say that, but it pretty obvious that was what he was inferring: Essentially, if you argue that pizzagate is a fake conspiracy scandal, then you are defending pedophilia - and why would anyone defend pedophilia unless they are a pedophile? He parsed his words to the extent it was not a direct accusation, but one would have to be really obtuse to not figure the point he was making.
  2. Depends on what yardstick you use. His QB ranking was 39.6 http://scores.espn.com/nfl/boxscore?gameId=400874723 and the worst you can get is 0.0, which has happened 67 times https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_NFL_quarterbacks_who_have_posted_a_passer_rating_of_zero But there is no disputing he had a horrible day no matter how you look at it.
  3. Chris Matthews was just as effusive in his praise for George Bush on the aircraft carrier with the Mission Accomplished banner as he ever was for Obama. Funny how people like you never seem to recall that: http://mediamatters.org/research/2006/04/27/mission-accomplished-a-look-back-at-the-medias/135513 Mission Accomplished: A look back at the media's fawning coverage of Bush's premature declaration of victory in Iraq [...] Chief among the cheerleaders was MSNBC's Chris Matthews. On the May 1, 2003, edition of Hardball, Matthews was joined in his effusive praise of Bush by right-wing pundit Ann Coulter and "Democrat" Pat Caddell. Former U.S. Rep. Robert K. Dornan (R-CA) also appeared on the program.: MATTHEWS: What's the importance of the president's amazing display of leadership tonight? [...] MATTHEWS: What do you make of the actual visual that people will see on TV and probably, as you know, as well as I, will remember a lot longer than words spoken tonight? And that's the president looking very much like a jet, you know, a high-flying jet star. A guy who is a jet pilot. Has been in the past when he was younger, obviously. What does that image mean to the American people, a guy who can actually get into a supersonic plane and actually fly in an unpressurized cabin like an actual jet pilot? [...] MATTHEWS: Do you think this role, and I want to talk politically [...], the president deserves everything he's doing tonight in terms of his leadership. He won the war. He was an effective commander. Everybody recognizes that, I believe, except a few critics. Do you think he is defining the office of the presidency, at least for this time, as basically that of commander in chief? That [...] if you're going to run against him, you'd better be ready to take [that] away from him. [...] MATTHEWS: Let me ask you, Bob Dornan, you were a congressman all those years. Here's a president who's really nonverbal. He's like Eisenhower. He looks great in a military uniform. He looks great in that cowboy costume he wears when he goes West. I remember him standing at that fence with Colin Powell. Was [that] the best picture in the 2000 campaign? [...] MATTHEWS: Ann Coulter, you're the first to speak tonight on the buzz. The president's performance tonight, redolent of the best of Reagan -- what do you think? [...] MATTHEWS: The president there -- look at this guy! We're watching him. He looks like he flew the plane. He only flew it as a passenger, but he's flown -- CADDELL: He looks like a fighter pilot. MATTHEWS: He looks for real. What is it about the commander in chief role, the hat that he does wear, that makes him -- I mean, he seems like -- he didn't fight in a war, but he looks like he does.
  4. Who says protests don't work? First victory for the Plains Indians since Custer's Last Stand. Although this may not be the last word on the subject: https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/dec/04/dakota-access-pipeline-permit-denied-standing-rock?CMP=Share_AndroidApp_Tweet [...] The army corps will undertake an environmental impact statement and look for alternative routes, the tribe said in its own announcement. “The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and all of Indian Country will be forever grateful to the Obama administration for this historic decision,” tribal chairman Dave Archambault said in a statement. While the news is a victory, Jan Hasselman, an attorney for the tribe, cautioned that the decision could be appealed. “They [Energy Transfer Partners] can sue, and Trump can try to overturn,” Hasselman said. “But overturning it would be subject to close scrutiny by a reviewing court, and we will be watching the new administration closely.” “We hope that Kelcey Warren, Governor [Jack] Dalrymple, and the incoming Trump administration respect this decision and understand the complex process that led us to this point,” Archambault said.
  5. Not only that, despite Max saying he hated both candidates equally before the election, you only saw him attack Hillary supporters in her thread but never Trump supporters in any of his threads. Pretty obvious he clearly favored one candidate over the other.
  6. SWC is a joke/shtick account, of someone pretending to be addle-brained, brohan. Not meant to be taken seriously. I think the criticism goes to the notion that if one is not smart enough to know or learn the difference between your and you're, or to and too, and keeps making the same basic mistakes with fundamental English grammar and spelling, then perhaps their ability to learn or analyze serious issues is also suspect. That may be specious reasoning, but rightfully or wrongfully, many people do approach it that way. I will grant you that we on the left don't do generally do the same for posters we agree with, brushing mistakes off as either a typo or as a result of auto correct. However, the grammar/spelling Nazis are not just limited to the liberals here, I was called not very bright by a poster here recently because I didn't use a hyphen in a word and also forgot a comma - not saying the poster was wrong, but it is incorrect to saying the grammar police are of one political stripe.
  7. Aaron, according to an article DD provided earlier, BBC is a suspect source as they are one of the "pedo protectors" https://dcpizzagate.wordpress.com/ UPDATE 12/01 – BBC joins pedo protectors and runs #PizzaGate hit-piece. It is worth mentioning James Alefantis has now professed on multiple platforms that Comet “doesn’t even have a basement”, yet just last year in an interview with Metro Weekly, he specifically said “Like our sauce — we harvest a whole crop of organic tomatoes — 10 tons of tomatoes every year. Can them all, store them in the basement…”. Ask a police officer
  8. http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/6530/colin-kaepernick NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Colin Kaepernick will void his contract after the season to become a free agent. Rapoport added voiding the deal would not "rule out a return" to the 49ers next season. Kaepernick is set to make $14.5 million in base salary if he sticks around in San Francisco next season, and even after a strong finish, it is unlikely he would get much more than the $7.5 million per year Robert Griffin III landed from the Browns on the open market. Perhaps he is so ready to get away from the 49ers he will take his chances, but this is more likely a negotiating ploy. Dec 4 - 8:28 AM Source: Ian Rapoport on Twitter
  9. Why would Twitter ban her if she was exposing pedophiles who were using Twitter to exchange child pornography? That makes no sense unless you are saying that Twitter is involved in enabling or supporting pedophilia or this pedophilia ring. Also you keep referring to all these arrests that have been made from these child porn related Twitter accounts. Do you have any links to verify that from reputable sources? I am not saying there haven't been any, it is just that I couldn't find anything in a Google search and if indeed a pedophile ring of over 30,000 accounts that has been exchanging child porn on Twitter was exposed, with numerous arrests, one would think this should be major news.
  10. Documentary was based on a hoax: Conspiracy of Silence, unreleased documentary film about the Franklin child prostitution ring allegations https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Franklin_child_prostitution_ring_allegations The Franklin child prostitution ring allegations took place between 1988 and 1991 and involved an alleged child sex ring serving prominent citizens of Nebraska, as well as high-level U.S. politicians.[1] The allegations also claimed that the alleged sex ring was led by, "a cult of devil worshipers involved in the mutilation, sacrifice and cannibalism of numerous children."[1] The allegations centered on the actions of Lawrence E. King Jr., who ran the now defunct Franklin Community Federal Credit Union (FCFCU) in Omaha, Nebraska.[2] The Nebraska State Foster Care Review Board submitted the results of a two-year investigation into the alleged physical and sexual abuse of foster children to the Executive Board of the Nebraska Legislature, who were investigating reports of child sexual abuse linked to the credit union. Authorities launched a probe, interviewing a number of claimed abuse victims who said that children in foster care were flown to the U.S. East Coast and were abused at "bad parties".[3]After investigation, a grand jury in Douglas County (of which Omaha, Nebraska is the largest city and county seat) determined the abuse allegations were baseless, describing them as a "carefully crafted hoax" and indicted two of the accusers on perjury charges.[4] The grand jury also suggested that the abuse stories originated from a vindictive employee terminated by Boys Town, the famed refuge for troubled youths.[4] Later, a federal grand jury concluded that the abuse allegations were unfounded and indicted 21-year-old Alisha Owen, an alleged victim, on eight counts of perjury. The same grand jury also indicted multiple officers of the credit union, including King, for crimes related to the embezzlement of funds from the credit union.[4][5] Alisha Owen served 4-1/2 years in prison.[6]
  11. Perhaps because the charges were later dismissed: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terry_Bean On September 1, 2015, when the alleged victim refused to testify, a judge dismissed the charges against Bean. In a statement, Bean wrote "I take some measure of comfort that the world now knows what I have always known — that I was falsely accused and completely innocent of every accusation that was made"
  12. Not as ridiculous as you do. Rosa Parks was a previous separate discussion that had been talked about earlier by the same poster, nothing specifically to do with the tweet about McKnight. Reading is fundamental.
  13. That is not his collection. John Podesta doesn't own any of those artworks pictured. His brother Tony may own one, but you are claiming what is pictured is entirely from John's collection and there is no documentation or proof of that.