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Donald Trump - Yes Puppet! Yes Puppet! - Part Two

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posted on Nov, 4 2016 @ 09:32 PM
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a reply to: network dude

Yeah. You remember what happened in July right?




posted on Nov, 4 2016 @ 09:33 PM
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a reply to: CriticalStinker

Has it? Has it really changed? Or is this just you guys best second chance?



posted on Nov, 4 2016 @ 09:36 PM
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a reply to: CriticalStinker

Two different ones now? Yesterday they reopened the case. Then it was no the case was never closed. Now it's two different ones.
What ever supports your point of view I guess.



posted on Nov, 4 2016 @ 09:41 PM
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a reply to: Sillyolme

You keep eluding I support Trump, I don't. In fact if you scroll up I responded to ante and said I don't want him to win because he could ruin the anti establishment card if we play it with him.

But I hate her, she is blatantly corrupt. I understood ante voting against Trump, he laid it out quite elegantly. But you don't mind all that corruption and still act like she is a good option for this country, not a better one.

The writing is on the wall with her and you choose not to see it.

And that is why our country is at where we are at, bring partisanship that keeps these trains of corruption rolling at full speed. You're not the only guilty one, I see it on the other side too.

But she is a different breed, she thinks she is bullet proof and for the most part she was, but she went to far and it will catch up to her.

Why is that couple worth almost a quarter of a billion dollars as career politicians? Well find out soon. We already know some of the puzzle pieces.



posted on Nov, 4 2016 @ 09:42 PM
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a reply to: theantediluvian

Baier has recently admitted it was falseHuff post. He should have thought about it before, but at least he's admitting. How many twisted Trump quotes were left out there hanging.

I don't believe for a minute that reworking his persona was anything but spinning the media. I also don't believe for a second that Trump isn't pandering to the right with his anti-abortion rhetoric.

If he gets elected I believe, which I hope the left appreciates, he is going to raise up both middle fingers and say he doesn't give a # about stopping gay marriage or "partial-birth" abortions. I don't think he's forgetting the names of the people forcing him to pander hard right. He can be the schism that ruptures the right, finally.

The right has been pushing Jesus instead of fiscal responsibility for way too long. Star for your thoughtful response. As I said I appreciate it and am glad we're having thoughtful discussions about this.



posted on Nov, 4 2016 @ 09:54 PM
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originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: CriticalStinker

Two different ones now? Yesterday they reopened the case. Then it was no the case was never closed. Now it's two different ones.
What ever supports your point of view I guess.

Clinton foundation and the private emails are two separate investigations.



posted on Nov, 4 2016 @ 10:07 PM
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a reply to: Cobaltic1978

TRUMP IS A CROOK, TOO! How in the # do you not see this?

You think Trump doesn't have active investigations, active lawsuits, at least one active child rape accusation, and previous marital rape accusation (remember when his lawyer said a man is not capable of raping his wife earlier this year?)

I don't like Hillary or Trump. I'm an outside observer and thankful for that, because I could easily see myself swallowing my principals and pulling the lever in the Hilldawg's favour and living with the shame of it.


edit on 11/4/2016 by Monger because: (no reason given)



posted on Nov, 4 2016 @ 10:16 PM
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a reply to: network dude

You should learn how hashtags work.



posted on Nov, 4 2016 @ 10:19 PM
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NOTE: Freudian slip from Comey’s mouth when he said
Opus instead of open at 29: 45 on this thread’s video www.abovetopsecret.com...
Opus Dei


To the OP...

Its now abundantly clear Comey is doing everything in his power as FBI director to help the puppet and stooge Donald Trump who is a puppet for another faction of the extreme right-wing amongst the factions that rule this country.

Comey being a right-wing fascist of the Opus Dei, right winger Catholic variety is all aboard in electing a fascist like Trump to go along his own version of fascism.

Every FBI director in our history has been corrupt( J Edgar Hoovers Legacy) form 911 to todays false flags that seem to always involve closely the FBI.

Comey is behind these leaks to justify his intervention in the election on behalf of Trump

Read today what Rudy GULiani( no spelling error here) mentions about FBI leaks

Rudy Giuliani is claiming to have insider FBI knowledge. Does he really

www.washingtonpost.com...

This imo is orchestrated to take some heat off the liar and deceitful Comey who's getting slammed for what he did in the Hillary email case



posted on Nov, 5 2016 @ 08:25 AM
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he is going to raise up both middle fingers and say he doesn't give a # about stopping gay marriage or "partial-birth" abortions. I don't think he's forgetting the names of the people forcing him to pander hard right. He can be the schism that ruptures the right, finally.


K, I hate to be the bearer of sad news, but this is what I see happening....

Trump has proven to be the first lawn chair to fold. He loves having his ego stroked, and that is precisely what his current campaign people do; they grabbed him by his ego after moving on him like a bitch. Besides, as much as he can give a middle finger, he alone can't do anything about those things. The party has chosen to continue as is, Ryan and McConnell have already folded like lawn chairs. The party will continue to push those things, because that is what their party members want. The GOP 2016 platform continues to be against abortion and gay marriage.


The right has been pushing Jesus instead of fiscal responsibility for way too long.


That is one of the main ways they got votes 40 years ago, and that is how they will continue. They will continue to pander along these lines (and others) in order to get the votes in order to push their fiscally irresponsible agenda. And they will not stop doing this, because their base demands it.

This is war. The only thing to stop the cult of the right wing extremists is a political push from everyone to the left of them. And anyone to the left of them includes those conservatives RINOed out of the party decades ago.

America did not stop the Nazis or the Japanese military by joining with them. Voting for Trump will not stop the zealotry of what is now the "right".



posted on Nov, 5 2016 @ 08:52 AM
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originally posted by: desert
a reply to: Ksihkehe



he is going to raise up both middle fingers and say he doesn't give a # about stopping gay marriage or "partial-birth" abortions. I don't think he's forgetting the names of the people forcing him to pander hard right. He can be the schism that ruptures the right, finally.


K, I hate to be the bearer of sad news, but this is what I see happening....

Trump has proven to be the first lawn chair to fold. He loves having his ego stroked, and that is precisely what his current campaign people do; they grabbed him by his ego after moving on him like a bitch. Besides, as much as he can give a middle finger, he alone can't do anything about those things. The party has chosen to continue as is, Ryan and McConnell have already folded like lawn chairs. The party will continue to push those things, because that is what their party members want. The GOP 2016 platform continues to be against abortion and gay marriage.


The right has been pushing Jesus instead of fiscal responsibility for way too long.



This is war. The only thing to stop the cult of the right wing extremists is a political push from everyone to the left of them. And anyone to the left of them includes those conservatives RINOed out of the party decades ago.

America did not stop the Nazis or the Japanese military by joining with them. Voting for Trump will not stop the zealotry of what is now the "right".


You've perfectly phrased what I've known to be true in my heart for some time.



posted on Nov, 5 2016 @ 08:58 AM
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a reply to: Willtell

He has essentially said "we found some stuff. Mebbe it's something, mebbe it ain''t".

And it has caused enormous damage to this election. He needs to put up or shut up or be fired immediately.


edit on 11/5/2016 by angeldoll because: (no reason given)



posted on Nov, 5 2016 @ 01:26 PM
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a reply to: Gryphon66

Scary, isn't it. I tried, I really tried to be optimistic, that the GOP would find a better way, but no go. Stay thirsty, my friend.... thirsty for the Truth.

Timothy Egan: The Post-Truth Presidency

"A government of the people requires the people to conduct an honest assessment of their world — something too many citizens are no longer capable of doing."



posted on Nov, 5 2016 @ 01:27 PM
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a reply to: CriticalStinker

Well at least ya got that going for you.
Stop arguing with me then. We both think he would be a disaster.
Peace.
I'm not asking for a dinner invitation or for you to vote for Hillary. I don't tell anyone who to vote for.
I speak my opinion which is only one of the many here.



posted on Nov, 6 2016 @ 08:35 AM
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a reply to: theantediluvian

Hey there. I found this in the news today -- please make a thread about it. You are so much more articulate and thick-skinned than I am......

it grants full rights to republish in its entirety. I want to get the word out there, but don't trust readership to give it a go because it's from me.


Trump and his campaign have also spread propaganda created as part of the Kremlin's effort, relying on bogus information generated through traditional Russian disinformation techniques. In one instance, a manipulated document was put out onto the internet anonymously by propagandists working with Russia; within hours, Trump was reciting that false information at a campaign rally. The Trump campaign has also spread claims from Sputnik, another news outlet identified by American intelligence as part of the Russian disinformation campaign. For example, almost immediately after the posting of an article by Sputnik attacking this Newsweek reporter, the Trump campaign emailed a link to the piece to American reporters, urging them to pursue the same story.

Hope Hicks, a spokeswoman for the Trump campaign, did not respond to emails from Newsweek on Monday and Thursday asking how it became aware of the Sputnik story so quickly, why it almost immediately promoted information from the Russian propaganda site to U.S. reporters, and what led the Republican nominee to disregard the intelligence he has been provided in briefings about Moscow’s propaganda and hacking campaign.

American intelligence officials know Russia used cyberattacks and misinformation to interfere with recent elections in Western Europe, including the German elections last month that resulted in victories for right-wing populists, and the United Kingdom’s vote in June on Brexit, a referendum that called for Britain to leave the European Union.

Western intelligence and law enforcement say tens of thousands of people have been working with Russia on its hacking and disinformation campaign for many years. They include propagandists and cyberoperatives stationed in Moscow, St. Petersburg and Novosibirsk, located in the southwestern part of Siberia. Operations have also been conducted in the United States, primarily out of New York City, Washington, D.C., and Miami. Those involved include a large number of Russian émigrés, as well as Americans and other foreign nationals. Intelligence operations in Europe and the U.S. have determined that the money these émigrés receive for their work is disguised as payments from a Russian pension system. One U.S. official says there is evidence many of these Americans and foreign nationals do not know they are part of Russia’s propaganda operation.


Article that proves Russia is Backing Trump with Cyberwarfare



posted on Nov, 6 2016 @ 08:39 AM
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a reply to: BuzzyWigs

Or about republican voter fraud on the closing of voting booths to surprese minority voting. The young turks did a video on it yesterday....shocking.
edit on 6-11-2016 by TheKnightofDoom because: (no reason given)



posted on Nov, 6 2016 @ 09:47 AM
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Soros has his tendrils everywhere via his grants and orgs, yes. Soros is but one of a number of oligarchs who use their money to influence politics to a disturbing extent. The Koch Bros of course come to mind. What I find most interesting is how the CT set is sleeping on Mercer.


True but there's quite a few people that conspicuously to seem to have the same tentacles. Own the some companies with their bffs who also own large shares in the same "publicly traded" companies.

It feels like a big club



posted on Nov, 6 2016 @ 09:52 AM
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FYI, I posted a third thread last night focused on Cambridge Analytica and parent company, SCL.

The Billionaire's Brain Hackers



posted on Nov, 6 2016 @ 09:58 AM
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originally posted by: AboveBoard
a reply to: theantediluvian

From The Esquire...a handy infographic about the "Clinton Cash" crapola hit-piece...that FBI agents are now using as "evidence" or some such nonsense...
Link: The Circle of Life of a Clinton Conspiracy



That's disturbing.



posted on Nov, 6 2016 @ 11:46 AM
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Trump is the billionaire elitist useful idiot of other billionaire elitists.


Fred Koch went to MIT, as did his sons. Fred founded the John Birch Society, and Charles & David are funding most of the rightwing. Then there’s Robert Mercer, who’s funding Trump, Breitbart, & other crazy crap. Maybe not “elite” by way of computer science PhD at U of IL, but he’s one of the wealthiest people in the US, & much of his political operation is run by his Stanford-grad daughter.

Trump, of course, was raised wealthy, Ivy-educated, as are Ivana & either Uday or Qusay (other went to G’town), & Kushner was raised wealthy (though his dad was literally a crook, & went to fed prison) & graduated from Harvard & NYU Law.

These people are “elites,” but they’re also bigots or worse, and giant idiots. So, when Douthat drones on that nobody with power in the GOP listen to him (which is what he’s complaining about), he’s trying to make it about the rubes vs the elites, but it’s rubes & demented elites against the rest of America.

Another example: Bannon, who appeals to the worst mouth breathing bigots in America, is a Georgetown/Harvard Biz grad & worked at Goldman.

One of the ironies of all of this is that people like McConnell have tried to destroy Democrats by wiping out controls on money in politics, but what it’s done is given the most zealous ideologues the opportunity to spend more than wealthy individuals & industry sectors do on an entire party & propaganda infrastructure. Conservatives thought it was the way to let corporations outspend unions but instead it’s led to ultra wealthy whackadoodles outspending corporations for control of the GOP.


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