a reply to: dawnstar
Yea, the "crisis actor" thing is pretty ridiculous although there are
legitimate questions and concerns about Sandy Hook, specifically the
emergency response and possible mismanagement/misconduct by Newtown officials (ie: failure to follow CT MCI protocols, trauma activation, air
transport etc). But to say they are crisis actors is, at least in my opinion, not accurate. The evidence simply doesn't indicate that is true
Heather Heyer was a victim of a violent crime, who's killer I believe is currently awaiting trial for murder. Sounds like the POS is going to get what
he deserves, although I know it doesn't bring her back. What about Kate Steinle? Killed by an illegal immigrant that dems are preening over?
Comet pizza? Keep in mind those rumors all started because of John Podesta's use of seemingly coded language (flagged by FBI as "child pedophile"
terminology) along with participate in some rather weird smut "spirit cooking" rituals (read the ingredients). But you're right, showing up at the
Pizza shop armed was taking otherwise very legitimate concerns/questions about 1000X too far. You won't get much argument from me on that. Again,
however, the perpetrator is either actively serving time or awaiting trial
there are some on the right, with the help of such talking heads as alex jones, that have become quite adept at coming up with insane, false
accusations to throw around and plenty of people willing to make people's lives hell based on those bogus accusations!
To be fair, I understand this point all too well. I will concede that you are indeed correct. But you have to see from our standpoint, there are
plenty on the left willing to do exactly that in order to destroy us/one of "our people" (We're all supposed to be Americans, right?)
but, oh, poor kav, poor trump, poor moore!! those women with their false allegations, even when trump basically admitted to his actics on tap,
are ruining their lives!! ya sure, trump is in the white house, and kav is now on the supreme court.
there are more women in this country who's lives have been negatively affected by sexual assault and harassment and sometimes those affects will last
throughout their lives than men who have had their lives ruined by false accusations! and kav's life has been far from ruined! so get a danged grip.
All I can say that as a father of two daughters Trump's comments were pretty distasteful, to say the least. But I understand that people say stupid
bullsnip comments all the time, and could've been taken out of context. Regardless, I'm not going to defend his comments only say that his recording
doesn't demonstrate guilt on the part of Kavanaugh. Those allegations would've most likely derailed his confirmation if a single shred of supporting
evidence would've emerged. But along with the timing (it seemed very staged, very planned) the fact no witness would support her story didn't help and
neither did buzzword Avenatti getting involved and producing the typical/predictable parade of witnesses with increasingly unbelievable allegations.
Just like the tape about Trump, that had nothing to do with buzzword Gloria Allred's stream of accusers that came out of the woodwork and disappeared
just as quickly
And FYI, I wasn't a Moore supporter. I believe he engaged in a relationship of some sort with a young teen age girl when he was a grown adult and
there is no way I'd ever support him or his actions. I'm not saying I'd never forgive his actions, very few people have done something so horrible as
to be beyond forgiveness, but its not likely I'd vote for him unless he truly took responsibility for his actions and stopped making excuses for
But none of that demonstrates guilt on Kavanaugh's behalf. And despite the fact that there are very real victims of sex crimes (which I also don't
dispute), we can't allow the new standard to be accusations->belief->punishment or we risk losing the few remaining threads giving our legal system
its "legitimacy" - and that is fairness/impartiality/protection of the accused rights
if it's innocent till proven guilty, then lets see soros in a courtroom being prosecuted for his crimes, otherwise, quite ruining the old rich
guy's life with your allegations!
Yeah, and you are right here. My comments were pretty distasteful. But you have to understand, I am not advocating violence against Soros. I don't
genuinely want to see harm come to him, at all. The problem is, you've got some
folks on the left hurling insults, physically attacking
conservatives (antifa), people making excuses for antifa's violence, people making excuses for rioting, politicians seemingly inciting violence (not
just dems, ours do it too sometimes) and worst of all prominent dems threatening civil war if they lose the midterms
So I agree there are serious problems, but you can't pin them all the Republican party. Eventually, as a nation, we're going to have to sit the
partisanship aside and make a genuine effort to resolve our differences. Failing to do that gives me pause, and brings serious concerns about the
future to mind. So don't take my statements as anything other than frustration at the decaying state of affairs in this country among our people. It
is a wake up call, a caution that it seems we are sleep walking into a major conflict with neither side willing to condemn the acts of their side.
Some of us are fed up with hearing the stream of excuses every time some masked antifa punk attacks conservative protesters but then want to scream
loudly when it happens to them. How about always denouncing it and forcefully saying it is never acceptable
Is it that difficult for some people to do? And that isn't directed at you, just a genearl statement
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