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originally posted by: SaturnFX
I would say toss this into the hoax bin unless something new comes out..but for now, looks like just a bit of bs.
originally posted by: carewemust
It's a sad testament that Democrat voters would nominate someone with so many past/present/future problems as their Presidential candidate. The DNC couldn't do any better than this? Talk about scraping the bottom of the barrel.
originally posted by: diggindirt
a reply to: alomaha
He's giving his considered opinion of the knowledge he has acquired. At least that's the way I read it. It's a pretty well expressed prediction. He's obviously not going to rat his sources so he didn't quote them.
It's within the realm of possibilities that it will go down as he predicted. I don't think it will happen before the convention or possibly even before the election.
As suggested by another poster, her choice of vp is going to be interesting.
The Democrats in our area are in full scale revolt against her. They describe the choices offered them by their own party as, "They're asking us to pick either the horse manure or the bull manure. Do we want the Nazi or the Communist?" The Sanders campaign is the only real activity in the Democrat party in Kentucky. They're in a bit of disarray after their defeat in the last statewide elections.
It should be an interesting spectacle whatever takes place. As long as we have bread, I'm sure we'll enjoy the circus!
originally posted by: muse7
So this hoax is still up and gathering stars and flags?
originally posted by: Liquesence
a reply to: BIGPoJo
Something is not right here.
The author of the supposed (HuffPost) article is Frank Huguenard, according to the screenshot in the OP.
I don't know anything about him, but a quick search reveals he's a filmmaker, and he doesn't seem to be credible IMO. The description on that Screenshot says "scientist, filmmaker, speaker." And software engineer?
I can't find much of anything he's written, or that he's written much of anything that makes him credible.
Where would he have gotten such information?
Something is not right here.
This "article" has the exact same three opening paragraphs as the OP, but doesn't list an author. It shows who posted it, and also somewhat ascribes authorship to him, but that's suspect.
It's a real piece, so who wrote it? There must be a good reason no legitimate organizations are running with it. And *if* is was truly posted on HuffPost and hastily deleted, it could have been prematurely posted without verification.
originally posted by: BuzzyWigs
Well, at least we can hope (hope, hope, hope) that readers realize that if it's on Breitbart, the Washington Examiner, WND (really?), et al it's automatically suspect. Same with any other 'sources' that are spreading this around....
know your sources, people.
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