I must admit, I read it from time to time, for entertainment purposes. But I always get a little guilty feeling when I get to the comments and read
the comments from the poor dupes who actually buy the BS shoveled there. I mean, I'm feeling guilty for giving this deranged fool clicks which fuels
his derangement, which in turn misleads the ignoramuses who believe what he types.
Take this article
, for example. He strings together enough
incoherence that it almost seems real. But upon scrutiny the whole story falls apart. Let's take a look at some of the main contentions:
Allegation: Trump has been good friends with epstein for 20 years.
Truth: There is no evidence they were friends at all (acquaintances, sure) but there is plenty of evidence that trump has at least not been friendly
with epstein since at least 2009, when trump worked with the prosecutor trying to nail epstein.
Allegation: Trump appointed acosta as repayment for going easy on epstein.
Truth: Acosta was one of many people who negotiated this deal and that was in 2007... I don't think that factored in a decade later, even if they had
Allegation: Trump may have been part of the decision making on the epstein deal.
Truth: Again, this happened in 2007, palmer seems to be unaware of this. How would trump have been involved in making this deal. In 2007 he was just a
reality tv star and real estate developer.
Allegation: The public corruption unit only gets involved if there is a public official involved
Truth: He gets close here. Public official is a little more broad than he infers. A public official could be anyone from a cop to a prosecutor to a
politician to one of their appointees.
Story after story on that site is like this. Like I said, I get some guilty pleasure from reading it, but I do feel a little sad for those that
believe it. It's like a tabloid at the checkout stand, but instead of being about will smith having and alien baby with the god of mars, it's about
I would hope even our resident lefties don't buy this fraudsters wares.