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  1. citizen817 says:

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  4. TexasRanger says:

    Robert Mueller’s Coup D’etat.?

    Mueller’s sealed indictments in Washington DC now number 34, with and additional 50 in eastern Virginia.

    It seems like something BIG is brewing.

    However, if Robert Mueller sells us out and those indictments don’t bring down the DNC-Clinton-Podesta crime cartel it will be time to march in the streets.

    Robert Mueller Is an Amoral Legal Assassin: He Will Do His Job If You Let Him

    Full Story:
    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/10/deep-state-and-democrat-nightmare-far-left-groups-flocking-to-trump-as-assaults-to-his-presidency-continue/

    https://www.larouchepac.com/20170927/robert-mueller-amoral-legal-assassin-he-will-do-his-job-if-you-let-him

    Fox News & SGTreport Video 05:20 Minutes Published 9-Nov-2017;


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  5. citizen817 says:

    “Economic Security Is
    National Security”

    -Donald J Trump-
    President of the United States
    11/10/2017

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  6. fleporeblog says:

    Folks this entire Roy Moore setup tells me a few things! The Senate Rhinos 🦏 are absolutely frightened that when Roy wins, it will embolden our President’s base as well as Bannon to take out even more Rhinos 🦏 not only in 2018 but in 2020 and 2022. I still believe Dean Heller, Republican from NV, will walk away in early March. He maybe hanging on with the hope Roy loses which crushes the Bannon movement. If McDaniel announces he is running in MS, Incumbent Rhino 🦏 Wicker may also step down or get primaried.

    They are also petrified that Moore joins the Big Club with his guns cocked and loaded. The secrets may just start getting out.

    They see this opportunity to lay traps anytime they want to take someone out that is a threat to their way of life. It ALSO sets our President up in 2020 to have another group of women come out with every type of lie in the book. That is their ultimate target 🎯!

    They also want to neutralize our President from going out and campaigning for Roy Moore. If he does, they will paint him with a similar brush. I think our President will see how it plays out in the polls to determine what should he do.

    I am so grateful Roy isn’t going anywhere! I know our Alabama Treepers have warned us about Moore and there may come a time I might have to eat crow but this is so much bigger than eating crow. This is in many ways the ultimate fork in the road for our country.

    Roy Moore will win the Great State of Alabama by double digits! It won’t even be close!

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    • n1ghtcr4wler says:

      Moore wouldn’t be the first religious hypocrite.

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    • andyocoregon says:

      I hope you’re right, Flep…
      We sure don’t need another Democrat Senator.

      BTW, it’s RINO – Republicans In Name Only.

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    • starfcker says:

      Fle, I suspect something else is at play. The repugs desperately want to lose one house of Congress. They are allergic to the sunlight MAGA and President Trump has shining on them. Easiest way to squirm out of this predicament is to become the minority party again, in either house. Failure theatre is much harder when you hold all the cards. Look at all the repugs screaming for Moore’s head. Over what? You can disqualify a man with THIS?

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    • BillRiser says:

      A little background on the main accuser>>
      Additional information on the other accuser, Leigh Corfman, from The Gateway Pundit:

      Leigh Corfman says she was 14 years old when a 32-year-old assistant district attorney, Roy Moore, made a sexual advancement on her. According to reports, Corfman appears to be a ‘real piece of work.’

      “Purportedly Moore’s main accuser Leigh Corfman has had three divorces, filed for bankruptcy three times, and has been charged with multiple misdemeanors. Posts on Moore’s FB page indicate that Corfman, has claimed several pastors at various churches made sexual advances at her,” tweeted Newsmax’s James Hirsen on Friday.
      These women did not come out ob there own, WP went looking for dirt . The other two ladies were Democratic operatives that lead him to Corfman.

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      • cats23 says:

        The republican establishment spent some 32 MILLION dollars to defeat Moore in the primaries.
        I find it very hard to believe they would not have found this. They would have used ANYTHING that could have had ANY chance of taking Moore down. They did spend 32 million dollars…. a lot of money and then they “missed” this???? ..lol..

        Nah.

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      • keebler AC ovfefe says:

        The two women may be Democrats but in Hannity’s interview, when discussing how Moore would ask mothers first to date their daughters, Moore kept insisting that the mothers of the two Democrat accusers stated they themselves were the ones to encourage the dating. He repeated it twice because Hannity tried to ignore it.

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        • BillRiser says:

          They were 18 many women marry older men 14 years older is not unusual. 40 years ago many mothers wanted there daughters to marry a successful man. Not every women went to college they got married and raised there children back then. He denies the 14 year old but in those days in Georgia 14 was legal.

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          • keebler AC ovfefe says:

            In 1979? Moore said on the Hannity interview that he agreed it was incorrect for a 32 to date a 14 year old. He took her to his house in the woods after his mother gave him consent to go on an outing. She was disrobed and he guided her hand, yuck, that’s not marriage!

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            • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

              Let the crooked media make up lurid stories about Moore all they want.
              There’s really no need to repeat their fairy tales here.

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              • keebler AC ovfefe says:

                Then stop trying to hypocritically equate the lurid details as normal things when we condemn liberals for it.

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                • The lurid details…that Moore asked mothers of women he wanted to date whether they approved and abided by their wishes? The fact that he chose younger but legal age women to date? This is lurid?
                  This is only lurid if you believe the serial liar who says she was 14 years old and had a sexual experience with Moore. No one, including Moore, has suggested that would have been right and the woman in question has previously accused several pastors of similar actions and been proven to have lied about those men. She also has a criminal record.

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                • keebler AC ovfefe says:

                  You have to listen to Roy Moore’s “testimony” during Hannity. Everyone agrees it did not help his cause. If he lied about one part, he lied about the other. There were witnesses to the 14 year old’s story no matter what you say about her today.

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                • You have no clue if this is true or not……Moore denies it and that seems totally out of character for him. Please quit calling other people hypocrites for challenging rumors that YOU are spreading…..

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            • Lack is not all says:

              Stop repeating what you dont know for sure. Its very unfair.

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            • Please provide a link where this was determined to be accurate in a court of law. If not, stop turning accusations into fact!

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          • keebler AC ovfefe says:

            Also if this is ok, then Harveygate is ok then. It’s a reprehensible excuse just to excuse Bannon’s revenge candidate on President Trump. I can’t believe people think 38 years is long ago. It’s never long ago when you’re a child of abuse ashamed of it getting out because you feel you are responsible. Many abused children think they are responsible for bad adult behavior. FACT.

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          • daughnworks247 says:

            Very common.
            I have a gaggle of 5 close girlfriends, all of them married at 18-19. I was the only one who waited. Back then, men were drafted, came home at 21-22, went to college 25-26, law school would mean age 28-29. A man had to be established, able to buy a home and provide, before looking for a wife, and always asked parents permission to date.
            Quite often, that man would look for a younger woman who was a “good girl” from a good family.
            Again, northeast media judging southern gent behavior through a 2017 lens instead of small town Alabama in 1977.

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      • SoCalPatriot says:

        This may be true, but what the heck is a 32 year old man doing dating teenagers. It isn’t illegal, but it creeps me out.

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        • You want to share that with Prince Charles who was in his 30’s when he courted Princess Diana at age 18? There have been many other such marriages mentioned by people in the earlier relevant threads. Marriages to older men were often welcomed by fathers who wanted to know their daughter would be well provided for. My cousin was 18 when she married a man in his 30’s and was married to him until he died after 40 years of marriage.

          https://www.thespruce.com/may-december-marriage-age-difference-2303203

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          • keebler AC ovfefe says:

            18 is an adult not a teenager of 14 or 16. There is a big difference during those formative years.

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            • Lack is not all says:

              Keebler, you are determined to stretch the truth just to crucify Moore. He said he didnt date a 14 year old girl. Why would I believe her and not believe him? Both are equal in my book.

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            • Except that in Alabama a 16 year old is an adult in the same way an 18 year old is. They are at the age of consent. The 14 year old is a fake story. It is ridiculous to suggest that all 18 year old are the same or all 16 year olds either; age is only one factor.

              Through most of the history of the World 16 year olds and even 14 year olds have been married and usually to older men. Roy Moore reportedly spoke to the mothers and asked before asking the these girls out. One said her daughter was too young to be courted and he waited two years. I think unless you were living in Alabama at the time your feelings on suitability are uninformed.

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            • Tegan says:

              Keebler…I have to say you are getting quite annoying. My mother married my father when she was 16 and they were married 40 years until his death. That was NOT unusual in those years, so do not go all moral on us especially since you are basing your posts on what you perceived a weak response on Hannity.

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              • keebler AC ovfefe says:

                Tegan, the truth can be annoying. The evidence contradicts the idea that Moore is an upstanding individual and as such, he is weak as a spokesperson for Conservative values. The long game is eroded. He talks but his actions do not match. He reminds me of a Ted Cruz and Bannon, among others, and will suck up all the good energy of MAGA. This will continue after election too. There are hints all over, and for those unaware of child sex abuse outcome, they don’t see details in the 14 year old case. People are trying to make this another Trump type smear campaign and it is miles apart.

                Also I’m seeing tons of purposeful lies being put out by Moore supporters on twitter that is disappointing to see among Conservatives. You can be annoyed, but the truth matters, not party dogma at the avoidance of future problems. However, after all is said, and done, it is up the AL, and the cards will fall where they may as a result nationally.

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            • Remington..... says:

              Keebler….We got it…thanks….You chose the Wa Po, Collins, Sasse, maxpain, Romney, MCMuffin, Murcowski, Turtle, and others inputs over Moore. “Methinks the lady doeth protest too much”

              Don’t you have some grass to cut or something?

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          • carole says:

            I have posted that my Dad was 32 and Mom 19 when they married; they were married for almost 50 years when he passed and they were wonderful parents. My beautiful niece, at age 19, married a 36-year-old man, who was the love of her life. They were married for 20 years when he passed. That you find this creepy, SoCal, is in the eye of the beholder..

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          • This was a different era. My Grandmother married at 16. My mother was 18 when she married my father who was 30. They were happily married for 45 years until he succumbed to cancer. He was one the greatest men I’ve ever known. I don’t know about Roy Moore. Did not see Hannity, probably would not have supported him in the primary, but dating an 18 year old in that era does not make him evil. The story about the 14 year old is different, if true. How do you prove it?

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            • Kathleen Rady says:

              Not only a different era but the South is different too. In the 70’s we lived in North Carolina I was in Jr High, my neighbor had a cousin who needed permission from her parents to marry, she was 13 and her boyfriend was in his twenties. The parents gave their permission for them to marry. I was the same age as my neighbors cousin and horrified.

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          • Covfefe-USA says:

            Not only that, but there are plenty 14-18 year olds looking for a father figure, never having had one.

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        • Lack is not all says:

          Why? Now comes the date police to tell us that dating younger women who are of age is wrong. What else is wrong ?

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          • keebler AC ovfefe says:

            It’s hypocrisy then to make different rules about Hollywood then. Either it’s all unacceptable or it’s acceptable. Which is it?

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            • So you have proof that all of these accusations are true? Then please present it because about 12 TV Networks will pay you big money for it…… If you do not, then admit it, my friend, you are just spreading gossip…..

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            • Lulu says:

              So Harvey Weinstein asked the mother’s of 18 year old women to date them with the intent to court them cause that’s not what I heard.

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            • Katherine McCoun says:

              The Hollywood stuff is non consensual or underage. The 14 yr girl story, denied. Consensual and of legal age is not equivalent to Hollywood.

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            • Bert Darrell says:

              Keebler AC: which is it? you ask? Consent is the issue. If you are forced and threatened with having your career and dreams destroyed if you do not submit, as was the case with Harvey Weinstein’s abuses, that’s criminal. Lying to destroy a politician or anyone else is also criminal. You are stretching your arguments to the ridiculous edge.

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            • Tegan says:

              Sexual abuse is quite different than age-difference dating. Blackmailing young women into sex for future employment is quite different than age-difference dating.
              I have male friends who only dated and then married Asian girls. I have a white friend who just married her second black husband. What is the difference between those personal preferences from a male they prefers younger women? Only one, whom we now know has a very murky background, said Moore was “inappropriate” in his behavior.

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            • Proud American from Texas says:

              Haven’t you noticed that the slime balls in Hollywood are NOT fighting the allegations? They are admitting to their degeneracy. Moore is fighting the allegations.
              So, no, they are not the same.

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        • joninmd22 says:

          It used to be not unusual although most couples met at school or church and were fairly close in age often times men married much younger women.

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          • joninmd22 says:

            Humphry Bogart was 25 years older than the 18 year old Lauren Bacall when they got together. The last 2 confederate widows married when one was 18 and the other 21 to men in their 80’s.

            Now we can debate today what was a culturally accepted practice back then is acceptable today however the real point is why are these women coming to the fore? After 40 years. After 2 elections to the Alabama SC. After other public offices.

            It’s to sink the candidacy of a conservative republican.

            Now suck it up, Buttercups, and support Roy Moore.

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        • Jenny R. says:

          Well, this was one of the problems with Moore that conveniently got overlooked.
          Doesn’t take away from the realities of a political hit job however.

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        • Ferret2 says:

          I am going to have to call you Islamophobic.

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      • W-D says:

        I wish everyone would stop using the name ‘Democratic’ when referring to Democrats. They are the furthest thing from democratic.

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      • I’m reminded of a certain Ragin’ Cajun who once said something about “dragging a hundred dollar bill through a trailer park”.

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      • fleporeblog says:

        Thank you for that information!

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    • deqwik2 says:

      We were complaining that Moore was hanging in DC too much & not campaigning in Bama.
      I had the thought today that maybe he did stay in DC too much & the RINOS got a good look at what was coming so they scrambled to take him down. lol.

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      • keebler AC ovfefe says:

        Bannon oversold them on Roy Moore! As he did to everyone.

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        • leve says:

          Agree! And how is this going to affect those “holding their noses” to vote for him just because he’s Republican?

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          • deqwik2 says:

            They will probably stay home. I don’t think they will vote for the Dem because there is a thought pattern among many that they would vote for Satan before they would vote Dem. lol.

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        • Bert Darrell says:

          Keebler AC: your objectivity is questionable. You seem blind to reasonable arguments and display biased political motivation in your comments. In short, whether you realize it or not, you’ve become a GOPe troll, which is OK with me, but I don’t have to take your comments seriously anymore. Dogma, when only supported by personal opinion, is rarely persuasive.

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        • Sayit2016 says:

          That is to say you think that the people in Alabama do nor have a mind of their own ? Really ? Ok truth telling time– what is your real beef with Moore ?

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      • fleporeblog says:

        So happy to hear from you! What is the buzz in Alabama? Is this going to hurt or actually help Roy Moore?

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        • deqwik2 says:

          It’s going to hurt if Moore can’t prove it’s false or discredit the 14 yr old. Right now the news is fresh & everybody is taking his side against the WaPo but with a month to go the shock is going to wear off & people will re-evaluate the situation.

          One of the biggest factors will be what the state GOP party decides to do. If they allow a write in campaign then Moore is done. That will signal they are not behind him & will split the votes.

          The Dem has been coming on strong & Moore has been MIA on the campaign trail since Sept so the race was getting tight before this happened.

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      ABC affiliate in Alabama can’t find one voter who believes the Washington Post report about Judge Moore for their “man on the street” interview. See link.

      http://www.breitbart.com/video/2017/11/10/alabama-abc-affiliate-cant-find-one-voter-believes-wapo-report-roy-moore-man-street-segment/

      And then there is this:

      ” A woman who alleges that she engaged in a legal and consensual but inappropriate relationship with Republican senatorial candidate Roy Moore has deleted multiple political postings from her Facebook page.

      Some of those postings by Deborah Wesson Gibson were critical of Moore while one was related to Moore’s Democratic opponent, Doug Jones.

      One posting shows a picture of Gibson with Vice President Joe Biden and says that she did work for him in 2012…

      Other posts still active on her page repeatedly urge the immediate removal of President Donald Trump from office and show that Gibson “likes” far-left activist groups. She also pushed a petition drive to remove Steve Bannon from the National Security Council last February when Bannon was serving as the White House chief strategist.”

      http://www.breitbart.com/jerusalem/2017/11/10/alabama-accuser-deletes-anti-moore-postings-facebook-rants-removing-trump-office/

      *******

      I don’t know, folks, I don’t live in Alabama so I’m not super familiar with the details of this story. But honestly, doesn’t this all sound like a load of BS? From what I understand Judge Moore is not new to public life. I can’t believe if he had such a scandalous past it wouldn’t have been uncovered long ago…….

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      • keebler AC ovfefe says:

        Breitbart is what got the election into a mess.

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        • Sylvia Avery says:

          Articles could be all lies. Or not. I don’t know.

          I do know that on principle I am suspicious of sex charges that come out of NOWHERE that are forty years old and there is so far nothing that makes them sound believable to me.

          I don’t know, maybe this Moore is the biggest perv ever to walk the earth, but he is still innocent until proven guilty. And I haven’t seen any proof yet.

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          • keebler AC ovfefe says:

            Hannity interview. Best course of action is for Governor to delay the special election because this isn’t fair to anyone. It’s very risky right now.

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          • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

            “I want to be Andrew Breitbart.”
            He was not afraid to get in the enemy’s face and tell them they’re full of … bull.

            This whole last minute leftwing character assassination attempt is right out of the slimy ‘Obama-4-America’ Handbook. Expect a LOT more of this mud slinging next year.

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        • Peter says:

          Keebler you’re such a troll for what you think is the popular opinion. It’s sad you don’t think or can’t think below 2 inches deep.

          We don’t destroy political enemies with 40 year old unprovable salacious stories on the right or the left. It’s dirty pool and keeps good men and women out of office.

          It’s an unprincipled – win at all costs, no matter who it destroys – this is the deep state way and you’re swallowing it whole.

          I feel sorry for you – as the one hand you argue Vegas was a hoax and the other you’re telling us this story from the 70s is real as rain.

          Yer a crazy loon.

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      • Lack is not all says:

        I agree with you Sylvia. The democrats acted too soon. Moore has enough time to show his inocence. Very convenient plot. Its just that, a plot to steel the election by the dems. They never stop. They tried with Trump and it failed. This one too will fail. They over used this kind of shenanigan

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        • Sylvia Avery says:

          Last night, Lou Dobbs had Tammy Bruce on his show. If you don’t know her, she is a former Lefty and a feminist but who makes really lots of sense (to me, anyway) so I always enjoy hearing her take.

          Lou asked about the Judge Moore situation. Tammy said if there is one thing we have learned about predators it is that when one credible accusation surfaces lots more come pouring out. So far, this is not the case with Judge Moore.

          Recently, the Seattle mayor had to step down just months before the election because he had half a dozen or so accusations leveled at him by men who were 13 or 14 years old when the mayor was younger and he used them sexually. The stories all sounded much the same, and there was some real evidence that surfaced, including one of the accusations came from a family member.

          This is a difficult subject. My sympathy is entirely with victims of assault and harrassment, but it has to be credible. The accused has rights, too, and we have seen too often this kind of thing being used as a weapon.

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      • fleporeblog says:

        Thanks 🙏 for sharing all that info Sylvia!

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    • distracted2 says:

      Well, I would have agreed with you just about five minutes ago before I heard Moore’s radio interview with Hannity. And I must say that I made my own observations before I listened to any of the commentary. I was actually shocked I agreed with the following commentary. And God help me, I never agree with anything Geraldo has to say.

      Roy Moore did not answer the questions convincingly. Now, to be fair, he may have been such a horn dog at that time in his life, that he went out with a LOT of girls and doesn’t have a recollection of the three who say they went out on dates with him. That’s entirely possible.

      And I will say he was more convincing in his answers about the 14-year-old, but his answers about the other girls were not acceptable. It’s not a crime to go out with 18 or 19 year old girls when you’re 32 years old. I dated men that much older than me. There’s nothing wrong with it so he should have just said that he did. Dating 18 or 19 year olds is not the same as what is alleged with a 14-year-old. He now looks very guilty.

      Do I still think that this is an orchestrated attack by RINOs and Democrats? Yes, I do. I don’t believe he had an encounter with a 14-year-old but the fact that he didn’t answer the questions convincingly with regard to the other two or three girls, makes him a very bad witness to his own behavior. It was a mistake for him to give that interview.

      This is not going to end well for him.

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      • keebler AC ovfefe says:

        Along with his leniency for pedophiles and drug users.It contradicts what he says he stands for with the 10 amendments. It’s not good.

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      • deqwik2 says:

        I’ve listened to Moore & I’ve read lots of comments on Al .com’s FB page & I’ve lived in the area most of my life. I have come to the conclusion that Moore liked to go to the mall & talk to young girls & that he did date young girls BUT I have not seen a post nor have I ever heard of him doing anything like the 14 yr old claims he did so I believe that is a false claim.

        I’m seeing comments from people that remember him being banned or ask to leave the mall because he made young girls uncomfortable. His college classmates say he was a “doofus” but was a nice guy that made them laugh at him. Nobody has claimed any inappropriate sexually touching except that one woman. Nobody else has claimed that they snuck out with. The other 3 women say it never went beyond kissing & their mother knew they were with him. I don’t think he was the type to sneak girls out. He waited 2 yrs to date one of the women.

        My conclusion is Roy did like to talk to young girls but never did anything inappropriate.

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      • carole says:

        Maybe Judge Moore’s wife could go on tv and blame the vast left wing/Rino conspiracy. She’d be right on the mark, imo.

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      • CaptainNonno says:

        Where is an interview with the accuser? All we have is WP. How many details can she provide? Or is she getting prepped now? Did Moore own a house in the woods? Did anyone ask him that? Where in the woods was it?

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        • CaptainNonno says:

          Also, the next few days will be important. If this was his predilection, there will be others.

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        • distracted2 says:

          No, that’s not all we have. We have an interview that Moore gave to Hannity. He didn’t help his case at all.

          For the record, I don’t believe he did anything illegal. I also believe that he has been ambushed by a smear campaign. But I don’t think he did himself any favors with this interview and that it was a mistake to do it.

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          • Dad's son says:

            I agree that the Hannity interview was a big mistake for Moore. I had not been keeping up with the case and had formed no opinion, but when I saw the interview I thought Moore came across as deceptive. It was almost palpable that he was not giving straight, direct answers.

            I’m not even addressing whether the charges are true; I’m saying that Moore came across as evasive, and that’s never good. If he was going to answer like that, he should never, ever have gone on Hannity.

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      • fleporeblog says:

        Not making an excuse but if you say yes the three older women were accurate, it becomes more difficult to say the 14 year old is a flat out lie. It sucks but it was the right play.

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    • prenanny says:

      I am not so sure they are frightened YET, would suggest they remain arrogant and delusional. As long as we learn the lessons from the failure of the tea party movement we will prevail.
      Totally agree with you on Roy Moore.
      git er done Alabama send MOORE to the US Senate!

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    • Wiggyky says:

      Thanks Fle. I am so sad to see such hypocrites in this forum. You would think that just because a man is accused of something then HE MUST BE GUILTY. It is dumb, ignorant and stupid. A person is INNOCENT UNTIL PROVED GUILTY in a court of law by a jury of his peers. Has that been done yet?

      I know because I have been through it personally, falsely accused. Lost 2 jobs, and smeared in the papers. However, once it got to court and shown that the accuser was lying, and I had proof I was elsewhere at the time I supposedly did the act, the jury was out in less than a half hour with a not guilty. But it didn’t stop the hate mongers, and pathetic excuse for decent people to always believe I was still guilty because the media said so. It looks a whole lot different when you have been shoved through that mill. These things bring out the worst in people.

      So express your opinions IF YOU HAVE VALID FACTS vs media smears to support your view. Otherwise you are just spewing the hate in your hearts.

      This is another reason I have backed off from posting here. Yes there are good people here who demonstrate ethics and integrity in their comments. However, It is the hate, the smears, the denigration of people is just overwhelming. It is hard to associate with people like that. My opinion is they have low self esteems and just have to smear people to inflate their own egos. When I read this stuff my system goes out of whack, blood pressure rises, heart starts pounding and breathing becomes difficult. I just have to walk away.

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    • ivanthenuc says:

      All I know is that when stuff like this comes out months before an important election my first thought is always political hit job. The libs (of both parties) know that they can’t run on real issues and they know that they probably can’t beat their opponent, so they go back to the old tried and true – follow Alinsky’s lead and do a hatchet job on your opponents character. This is exactly what they tried to do to Trump and what they did to a lesser degree to little mitt romney, little johnnie mccain, bushie, etc. This is what they do – we need to quit falling for it.

      The standard response should be something along the lines of ‘we are not going to throw our candidate overboard because of some fishy election year claims, so you go ahead and continue your search for evidence, make charges or whatever. If it turns out the person really is guilty we will kick them out of office and let the proper person appoint a replacement or hold a special election or whatever. The main thing is we are NOT going to throw a decent candidate who is beating the establishment squish under the bus – never again!’.

      Think of it this way – there are literally TRILLIONS of dollars at stake in these elections and the libs of both parties will lie, cheat, steal and do much much worse to retain control over that money. If we had any real leadership in the house or senate they would be pointing this out and telling the libs to pound sand, not going along with them in trying to remove candidates who they consider to be threats.

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    • Albertus Magnus says:

      That was a great post that I agree with until the last line. Gillespie was supposed to win VA Governor by 2-4 points according to your polls. At least Judge Moore has a widen margin now so maybe even he cant blow it.

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    • Flep did you see that GOP has stopped funding him and this morning I read from Bill mitchel that Mcconnel is trying to have his guy as write in. Moore needs funds to run! Hope he has supporters that will fund him. Can you find out about that?
      The mitch rhinos are worse kinds ever!

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      • snarkybeach says:

        McTurtle has also floated the idea of keeping Big Luther in place by refusing to seat Moore if he wins the election.

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        • If Alabama elects Moore (and I pray they do) and that traitor refuses to seat him, he should be brought up on charges – what charge, I don’t know, but such a move would be a direct assault on The People’s rights to elect their own representatives!

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      • Remington..... says:

        All I know is what PDJT gets back in town. He needs to somehow, someway rid us of these VILE creatures. Turtle and Co. I simply must go. NOW….I don’t care how, but they need to be gone.

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      • daughnworks247 says:

        It’s not the GOP, it’s specifically the Repub Senate Fund.
        It looks more like a setup from McConnell than from the Dem opponent.

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      • indiamaria2020 says:

        Oh. I thought we HATED “swamp creature” Big Luther, BECAUSE he took McConnell’a money. OMG, ever so confusing !! ….. So Moore would NOT be a “swamp” creature if he took McConnell’s $$ ?

        Maybe if Moore would actually buy a bus ticket to Alabama and meet some VOTERS, he would not need to associate with a slime like McConnell. Maybe if he DEBATED his opponent, he would WIN the hearts of ALABAMANS without “dirty money.” Maybe Alabamans would like to see all that dazzling Bannon Bros. “CON-servatism” his supporters are always gushing about.

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        • keebler AC ovfefe says:

          It’s great to see someone stand behind the 10 Commandments but then he comes off as a whackadoodle…..Moore negates what he stands for which is what hurts in the long game. Also Bannon has hurt Conservatives not helped because the slew of lies and manufactured disinformation being put out on twitter by Moore supporters is no different from liberalist tactics.. Not a good day nor week aside from PDT’s successes overseas.

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      • fleporeblog says:

        Luther won’t do it! He would be ran out of Alabama! Yes the Senate Republicans will not fund the campaign. Moore will get the Deplorables to take care of his needs.

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    • Jenny R. says:

      I don’t care for Moore, for many reasons.
      However, these allegations reek of a hit job — the primary accuser has been found to have been on Hillary and Biden’s payroll. Also, this is certainly bringing up the scum from the GOP side — hello Mittens, good to see you’ve shown your bright and shining face; how’s your McMuffin doing?
      So let’s hope they hoist themselves with this — as it was dishonest, political hack-ery.

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    • indiamaria2020 says:

      I think you misunderstand the folks, like me, who think Moore is a nut-job. A nut-job Republican, however, is light years better for America than a Commie Democrat. No question that Patriotic ALABAMANS should vote Moore to defeat the Democrat. If we do not like a Republican, we do NOT stay home on “muh-principle”; we hold our noses and vote, e.g. Dubya, McCain, Romney, etc.

      Unlike ToxicTed and many of the Bannon Bros. ( See RNC Convention), we also express ourselves during the Primary, but then AFTER the Primary, we rally around the Republican.

      Now, with Moore, his distressing LACK of actually campaigning in ALABAMA; his focus on Big D.C. Swamp fundraisers while skipping the BAMA football game and Women’s League debate; and his lack of personal charm, and history of tepid Trump support combined with bizarre views (“don’t need a Wall, just deploy the Army”; “execute homosexuals”) — well, all these things make us critical of his PREVENT DEFENSE campaign for this important Senate seat. Simply riding on an 11 point lead in the polls, and smugly ignoring actually pressing the flesh with Alabamans is worrisome, particularly with a loose cannon like Moore.

      And so, we nose-holders are actually MORE engaged in helping him win then some of the Bannon Bros. supporters who say, “Ah, thats Politics 101 for the frontrunner NOT to debate.” The fence sitters need to see him, otherwise the Commie Dems and GOPe control the narrative. A MADE-UP scandal can then SEEM to have more credibility, especially since Taliban Moore has been hiding……oh, wait……

      No worries though. Thanks to Trump, the Media has been de-fanged on this sort of clumsy hit-job. Common folk in Alabama are way too smart. Much smarter than the Bannon Bros. They will vote AGAINST Media/McConnell and Dems. Moore was just insured a victory — thank goodness.

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      • fleporeblog says:

        Very well stated and I love your perspective about rallying around a Republican once he or she is up against the Democrat.

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      • Jenny R. says:

        Personally I’m hoping that finally some useful purpose may have been found for Roy Moore.
        After that, I don’t care what happens to him. I’ve always been of the opinion that he would be a tiresome PITA for the President and no true servant of the republic (he’s way too much of an egomaniac for that); if he manages to become neutered by this and thus less of a PITA, then I am happy (and this takes some wind out of the sails of certain Dems and Repubs…that would be nice indeed, so my happiness would be even greater).

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  7. CorwinAmber says:

    it’s a shame that our President could not be in DC for his first Veteran’s Day remembrance, but it would be great if he could squeeze in a visit to the American Military Cemetery in Manila instead:

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  8. TexasRanger says:

    Omama Paid Fusion GPS $972,000 – Judicial Watch

    OFA – Obama For America (now OFA “Organizing for Action.”)

    Paid $972,000 Cash To

    The Law Firm Perkins – Coie to Pay

    Fusion GPS.?

    Full Story;
    http://thefederalist.com/2017/10/29/obamas-campaign-gave-972000-law-firm-funneled-money-fusion-gps/

    Fox News 02:50 Minutes Oct-30-2017;

    Obama Pays Fusion GPS Glenn Simpson, Christopher Steele Trump Russia Dossier, JW – Judicial Watch Tom Fitton, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and OFA – Obama For America (is now OFA “Organizing for Action.”).

    Obama’s Campaign Paid $972,000 To Law Firm That Secretly Paid Fusion GPS In 2016
    Since April of 2016, Obama’s campaign organization has paid nearly a million dollars to the law firm that funneled money to Fusion GPS to compile a dossier of unverified allegations against Donald Trump.

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  9. sgtrok13 says:

    “They call him ‘Donald the Strong.’ They heap praise on his family. They fawn over his rapid-fire tweets. They have even created an online fan club.
    “In America, President Trump faces a feisty press corps, damaging investigations into associates and sagging approval ratings.
    “But in China, where Mr. Trump arrived Wednesday, he has acquired a legion of admirers who hail him as a straight-talking politician and business mogul with a knack for deal-making.
    “They refer to him as ‘Uncle Trump,’ ‘Grand Commander’ and ‘Donald the Strong.’ After Mr. Trump’s visit to the Forbidden City on Wednesday with President Xi Jinping, one fan wrote on social media, ‘Long live Emperor Trump!’
    “Mr. Trump’s Chinese fans praise his irrepressible style, his skill as an entertainer and his willingness to say what he thinks. Many also like the fact that he seems less inhibited than previous American presidents about recognizing China as a superpower and as an equal on the global stage.
    “And after years of American presidents lecturing China on issues like political prisoners and democracy, many also say they are relieved to see a leader who seems to care more about making deals than idealism.”
    https://constitution.com/trump-ends-new-nickname-china-trip/

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    • indiamaria2020 says:

      “In America, President Trump faces a feisty press corps, damaging investigations into associates and sagging approval ratings.”

      This is the throw-in propaganda line. Our Press is NOT “feisty”; they are striaight-out, low I.Q., Anti-American Commie. “Damaging” investigations are a fantasy of the enemies of the American People. “Damage” now confronts Team Hillary.

      And sagging approval ratings is a manufactured FAKE POLL, FAKE NARRATIVE that has been proven FAKE since June 16, 2015.

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  10. joeknuckles says:

    With everything that is going on right now, Hannity has chosen to devote most of his last 2 shows to digging a deeper hole for Roy Moore and then jumping into it with him. Hey Sean, stop digging! You are walking right into the trap. For God’s sake, give it the 90 seconds it deserves, then get on to the real issues that affect our lives.

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    • ALEX says:

      He’s a wind up doll. It’s nice to have people on our side, but I can only take so much of right media anyways. It’s as if I turn on radio or tv some days and it’s a repeat of the same show,same people and same issues of twenty years ago…I just tune the majority of it out..

      I did read the answer by Moore a few minutes ago about dating younger women. It was bizarre and all of the questions should have been a simple NO or clear explanation…I don’t play along with the games and whatever happens with this or Congress happens..I’ve been done with the useless drama for a long time..I do appreciate Sundance though…

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      • Albertus Magnus says:

        Good analysis, Alex.

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        • Ferret2 says:

          It was bizarre that is for sure. Here is my take on Judge Moore predicament after listening to his interview and without knowing much about him personally:

          1. I don’t think he did anything or had any contact with the 14 year old. He seemed pretty credible in his denial on that issue. It would not be hard to find court records of child custody battles and ages of the children during the time period in question. The Swamp News Reporter went looking for this girl and found her to “lock down” the story and deliver the death blow.
          2. I believe he did try dating or a least mingled with 2 of the girls after he came back from the military. He indicated he knew their families and they trused him. I assume being a strong Christian that he wanted a “good” (virgin) girl for his future wife. I know in this day and age it may seem strange but many men from that time period longed for someone they could trust as a partner. At age 32 the years he lost in the military in being able to pursue a “good” girl took its toll. When he got back there were no “good” girls left in his age group. He eventually found his love in 1985 and she was 14 years (age 24 at the time) younger than he. This may explain why he fumbled all over himself in the interview. How do you explain something like this to a national audience? He may just be honestly embarrassed having to relive his dating experiences.
          3. The other girl is lying and he never had contact with her. She led the Washington Post to the other girls and they all cleaned house.

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          • Jim in TN says:

            Time frame is not just after military service, it is after law school and after starting a career as a lawyer.

            Society wants us all to wait until after all our schooling to even think of marriage, but it scorns people who do so. Even now, when the last year of college is no longer your last chance of finding a spouse, waiting till 32 is going to mean that most potential partners your age have already been married at least once.

            Just how many unmarried women his age was he going to find in 1979? Yes, 16 seems too immature. Heck, a 32y.o. who got pregnant through a legal act at 16, could have a 15y.o. daughter. Eventually he found somebody old enough to have finished college and mature. Oddly enough 24y.o. in 1985 means 18 in 1979. So it could have worked out if he had married his present wife 6 years earlier.

            The only troubling accusation is the 14y.o. interaction. Sort of Carlos Danger in person, or a bad play written to the Tommy sound track. (see me, touch me..). But it was not sex like they are trying to make it sound.

            And that one is from someone with a history of similar allegations that have proven to be false.

            But don’t listen to me, I decided to trust Trump’s choice. My guy lost and I have yet to see a believable accusation against the man who beat him.

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      • I think Roy Moore is embarrassed and shaken by having his dating habits from 35 years ago cast in a bad light. While the women he actually dated have not said he did anything wrong it is being spun to sound salacious. I think his confusion and efforts to be fully transparent speak more to his innocence than the polished unequivocal denial of a polished philanderer and rapist like Bill Clinton.

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        • indiamaria2020 says:

          Really? Shaken? In this day and age? I would have thought the Bannon Bros. would have thoroughly vetted him and coached him on the “what-ifs”….Guess not.

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          • Kintbury54 says:

            Let us air your background, all of it and see how you feel. A little too much stone throwing if you ask me.

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          • I think not. Roy Moore has been a predominately local show. I think he is of the “tell the truth & shame” the devil variety. Maybe pompous but he has been comfortable that he lived his life to his moral standards. Now suddenly he’s topsy turvey like Alice in Wonderland being attacked where he thought he was blameless and unsure how to defend himself with people spinning the story. This is culture shock in action.

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    • andyocoregon says:

      Sean Hannity seeks the truth. Even about Republicans.

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      • joeknuckles says:

        He’s not resolving anything. He’s only making it worse politically. The actual issue will resolve itself over time. Either more victims will come out or they won’t. Either Moore’s team will find evidence the woman is lying or they won’t. What is said on Hannity will not have any effect on the case whatsoever. There will be some great sound bites for the left to use and time was wasted that could have been spent on APEC or Fusion or U1. Seriously, he had Trump arriving at the summit on the screen and never even talked about his speech last night because he wanted to blather on about Moore, which he had already covered. I like Hannity, but this was DUMB.

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        • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

          Next week CNN will be parading out polls showing that the Democrat in Alabama has an 80% chance of victory. ABC will show 82%. CBS will have 85%. And MSNBC will proudly proclaim that the race is over and Roy Moore may as well drop out. LOL

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        • Lack is not all says:

          Very dumb indeed. I couldnt stand Geraldo, the lawyer and the woman The three condemned Moore just on feelings. It looked so unprofessional. It was almost indecent.

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          • Krystal says:

            The woman annoyed me most. She said the young girl had so many details and told her friends so she must be telling the truth. Well the UVA alleged rape victim had many details and told friends but it turns out she may have been lying for attention.

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          • singingsoul says:

            Lack is not all says:
            “Very dumb indeed. I couldnt stand Geraldo, the lawyer and the woman The three condemned Moore just on feelings. It looked so unprofessional. It was almost indecent.”
            _______________________________________
            Geraldo the moralizer has been married 5 times. In his book he has all salacious details of one night stance. I really do not care what that man says.

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        • bentley1blog says:

          Please don’t pile on me, but I no longer listen to or watch Hannity. Almost every topic is filled with I, me, mine, I said, blah, blah, blah along with what Joe Knuckles said…DUMB not to mention our Vets but lamented on those ridiculous questions was indeed DUMB. Is he so full of himself over the past few years that he can’t hear what he is saying? Indeed.

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          • Remington says:

            Well, that makes three of us going forward. I can’t run the risk of high blood pressure when he brings on the likes of Gerry Rivers and that other woman last night. Hannity is imploding – like the NFL

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          • indiamaria2020 says:

            Agreed. Hannity is stubbornly refusing to graduate from “Politics as Usual” and the mindless political tripe of the 90’s. He ENDORSED a slime-ball like Toxic Ted. And he assiduously avoids any UniParty talk. Maybe because his paycheck comes from Murdoch.

            I think he is a nice Man, a devout Christian. But I get more real news and analysis from our Comment Section at CTH, than from Hannity’s Tick-Toc journalism.

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    • carole says:

      Hannity is turning into another BOR. Egotistical blabbermouth, never shuts up, It’s all about him. All that tick tock crap. I worked as a dishwasher and painting houses ad nauseam. I hadn’t watched him in a long time, tuned in lately because it seemed like he was actually going to cover something worthwhile. But it’s nothing I haven’t already read here on CTH three weeks ago! I’m through watching Hannity. LOVE CTH!!!

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    • keebler AC ovfefe says:

      Hannity invited Moore to help clear the air of the Wapo accusations. He was taken back when Moore hedged so he kept trying, and on it went ad nauseum.

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      • Remington..... says:

        I had to turn Hannity and his crew of scoundrels off after Reviera came on. Absolutely obnoxious. As mentioned, he is becoming another BOR.

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        • keebler AC ovfefe says:

          Riviera was mild compared to the other two who came on afterwards! And they were Conservatives.

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          • Of course he was mild , think about how many ABC interns he chased around the desk in NYC in swingin’70s , he doesn’t want that shoe to drop ….

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            • keebler AC ovfefe says:

              Haha! They say his wife wasn’t EVEN BORN yet at age 35. I’m just concerned about the 14 year old’s story because I’ve seen sex child abuse and it DESTROYS the person later so I’m not surprised if true, this Leah Corfew is messed up. She stated also in her story that she felt she was responsible for the adult’s behavior and this aligns. She also has witnesses who attested to her story. In a way, these children feel responsible because there was something about them – a vulnerability such as poor self esteem, lack of father figure – which the opportunist latches on to for secrecy. Too many aspects true in her story but I’ll wait to see…

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        • Lulu says:

          If you need an expert on inappropriate or skeevy behavior with women Geraldo is your man.

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      • sejmon says:

        Go judge MOORE go !!!!!!!

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    • distracted2 says:

      Actually, it was Roy Moore who walked into a trap. The trap was laid by his enemies and should not have given the interview to Hannity.

      Hannity is trying to save his own reputation for backing him. They both should have stayed quiet.

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      • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

        Guessing that voters in Alabama see right through this little democrat FakeNews stunt. They’re not stupid and have seen mudslinging like this before. God Bless Roy Moore . . . and his Ten Commandments monument. 🙂

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        • graciegram says:

          I think you’re right. So far on the street interviews by a local news show in Alabama and many callers on Laura Ingram’s radio show, not one caller believes anything coming from the WAPO and the swamp. There was also a poll taken by some unknown pollster of 500 people that now show the senate race in Alabama tied. Yeah, right.

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      • Indeed. A poor performance. This kind of misstep is probably why Trump was behind Strange. Moore seems to step in messes too often.

        My advice to Moore: Preach the Gospel at all times. When necessary, use words.

        Moore wears his faith too pridefully, and as a consequence he is prone to falls.

        I believe he will be elected, and perhaps this attack was really meant to warn Moore of what awaits him in the Swamp. Wisdom would suggest he should align himself closely with POTUS.

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    • CaptainNonno says:

      Hard to imagine any real line of thought being established on that show. Maybe that’s why it took two shows. I don’t watch. 15 min of content and 45 min of promotion. Ugh.

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    • indiamaria2020 says:

      Shame on Hannity who also Boycotted The President’s historic footage at Tianemen Square and The Forbidden City, all in PRIME FOX TIME 8:30 P. EST.

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  11. joeknuckles says:

    Regarding the Las Vegas video Tucker showed tonight, can anybody identify the exact location of that shot? Also, can anybody tell me how high a helicopter could be to produce that kind of wind on the ground?

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      • joeknuckles says:

        It looks to me like it’s on a small road that served as an entrance/exit to the concert venue on the west side, parallel and adjacent to the strip. That would have put the helicopter, if there was one, almost directly over the strip. It would have been in plain view of thousands of people. It just doesn’t make sense. On the other hand, at the beginning of the video right after the shooting started, there was some debris blowing around. The amount of debris increased as the shooting continued, then decreased after and went away completely by the time the police came to remove the body. I can’t reconcile it.

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        • WSB says:

          The attorney did encourage anyone to contact her if there can be further info gleaned. I am sure they would assist if you can help in some way.

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          • joeknuckles says:

            I’m just curious and trying to figure things out. I don’t have any special knowledge or insight to share with her. I’m sure she’s gotten a lot of info from folks that were actually there. I’d sure like to know what she has heard and seen.
            I went and visited the 58 crosses a couple weeks ago and it really affected me. I need to know what happened and that everybody involved is brought to justice.

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        • iswhatitis says:

          I haven’t watched the new video yet; and so haven’t seen this new “copter footage”, but it sounds like no copter is actually visible?

          Instead, it’s the “effects” of the rotors, that is seen?

          Is it for sure a helo?

          This is the desert. Dust devils are quites common. Could it have been a dust devil passing through? Or some other desert-wind gust?

          Is it so obvious it’s a helo that I should just watch it and then I’ll see?

          Or are there other possibilities (such as dust devils or wind gusts), not being mentioned in the zeal to “see” a helo?

          Hmmm….

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          • distracted2 says:

            At 1:31 of the video there is a helicopter that can be seen off in the distance. At the beginning of the video, the air is calm. Minutes later the air is swirling like it would if a helicopter is close.

            Whether there was one or two in the air at the same time, I have no idea.

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          • Fake Nametag says:

            I was not down on the strip that night but I recall that particular night being completely windless. I live just north of Summerlin, about 5-10 miles from the strip.

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          • PureInHeart says:

            No wind. The trees are not moving. People’s clothes in the video are not being blown by the wind. I️ believe the “debris” that you see are insects flying into a light near the camera.

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        • Steven says:

          If we know exactly where this place is, then we can rule out any blower-based equipment, such as an air conditioner. They do stir some debris. Until then, we cannot say that it is likely a helicopter.

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      • nwtex says:

        Nah! I seriously doubt that helicopter rotor blades are causing whatever is going on in that video. imo it can’t be for a few reasons. But then wadda I know, I wasn’t there. However, if I were, I certainty wouldn’t be moving straight ahead without at least glancing up.
        If facts come out confirming it was a chopper then I’ll buy it but until then I’m skeptical.

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      • Truthfilter says:

        Could the flying debris and dust come from an exhaust type fan from an AC unit blowing very close to or right below the camera? The lighting at that particular spot could exaggerate the appearance of dust and debris swirling in the air. The business owner’s garage was hit by bullets or a bullet. Unless it’s a car mechanic garage or warehouse type business, the garage door is usually not in the front of a business. Likewise, most AC units/generators would be placed in an out of sight area-likely in the back. It’s hard to say, though, without seeing the building.

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    • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

      Did you see anyone in that video look up? I didn’t… doesn’t that seem odd if there was a helicopter just above low enough to cause flying debris?

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      • joeknuckles says:

        No, me either. Nor have I heard any witnesses/survivors say anything about any helicopter. However, would you look up if you were being shot at? There were a lot of cops around, too, and none of them said anything about helicopters (that we know of). There was a video with audio that was purported to show that the “helicopter sound” got louder right before the bursts of gunfire and still other videos that supposedly showed helicopters hovering nearby (those were shot from a distance).

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        • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

          i’ve seen those vid’s too, and yes i would look up..

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          • joeknuckles says:

            Ok. Well, I don’t see anything particularly interesting about the new video other than the swirling debris Tucker described as being from a helicopter. Yes, it was tragic and it showed a victim laying on the ground, but there was nothing particularly enlightening other than the debris. Do you have any theories as to what caused all that debris to swirl around like that, beginning when the shooting started, increasing throughout the shooting and dying out after?

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            • distracted2 says:

              I think what is interesting and worthy of time on the show is that the video exists and law enforcement hasn’t asked for it. They examined a bullet hole in his garage door but didn’t see the camera or ask if there was surveillance?

              It also shows how long it took for law enforcement or security to show up. They transported the victim in the pickup and not by ambulance.

              I also appreciate the insight of the attorney who is representing some victims and what her experience with law enforcement and the hotel has been. And sadly, it’s not much. The contact they’ve had was initiated by the attorney or in response to a court order.

              It’s all so disheartening.

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            • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

              I have no theories on this vid, I don’t believe the “official narrative” on LV at all .
              it’s awfully strange how tucker is the only one not willing to put this to bed and thank god! When that attorney said this investigation would be on going for 6 months yet i was like… what?!

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    • distracted2 says:

      I wondered about that, too. That helicopter had to be really close to cause that much debris to fly around.

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  12. Southpaw says:

    In honor of Veteran’s Day I remember family members, friends, and acquaintances who served our country in the most courageous way possible. Those who were and are Marines that I have known were always patriots and always duty bound for the goodness of America. If Robert Mueller turns out to be a protector of people against the best of interests of America’s people he will be the first EX Marine I have ever encountered and it will make me sad.

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  13. TexasRanger says:

    Boycott The NFL Sunday, November 12th, Veterans Day Weekend

    National total boycott of the NFL is planned for Sunday, November 12th, Veterans Day Weekend.

    Boycott all football telecasts. All fans, all ticket holders, are asked to stay away from attending or viewing any NFL games on Sunday, November 12th; let the NFL play to empty stadiums.

    Pass this post along to all your friends and family. Honor our military, some of whom came home with the American Flag draped over their coffin. And honor, respect and appreciate Our Law Enforcement Police.!

    Continue with the weekly boycott of televised games, but let’s make this a day the owners, coaches, players, sponsors and advertisers will notice.

    Help MAGA – Make America Great Again.!

    This Woman Tells It Like It Is – NFL You’re Boycotted.!

    Video 03:46 Minutes Sep-2017;

    Boycott all NFL football telecasts. All fans, all ticket holders, are asked to stay away from attending or viewing any NFL games on Sunday, November 12th 2017; let the NFL play to empty stadiums. And, Continue with the weekly NFL, ESPN, CNN, Sponsors and Advertisers, boycott of televised games, but let’s make this Veteran’s day a day the owners, coaches, players, sponsors and advertisers will notice. NFL Boycott

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  14. ALEX says:

    This is progress I like. We can’t keep recycling….

    Liked by 7 people

  15. ALEX says:

    I really believe the President took the book he was reading on Andrew Jackson to heart, but who am I kidding, he’s always been the type..

    Liked by 8 people

    • prenanny says:

      This is FUNNY. The very laws that allowed them to open casinos also allows them the ability to drill/mine for energy and they never knew it. They need to ask themselves who has been telling them they couldn’t and fire them ( but please tell US who first ).
      MAGA

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      • kroesus says:

        official reservations are considered separate sovereign nations and the laws of the US in general do not apply to them…..that is why they have separate police and judicial services and tribal members caught breaking the law off reservation are often handed over to tribal authorities to dispense justice

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  16. milktrader says:

    Hollywood is literally imploding.

    Equity markets are non-stop exuberant, albeit oversold. Unexpected GDP cancels out technical oversold. Like no major analyst predicted the crash in ’07, none of them are predicting this melt-up.

    Chinese press is heaping praise on POTUS.

    Melania never ever ceases to make me smile when I see her.

    Good start, but on my wish list:

    Finish off CNN. It’s hard watching a fish flail on the floor of the boat. Kill it off already, for the sake of everyone’s sanity.

    Jail Lucifer. (we all know who I mean)

    Force the Turtle to tender his resignation from the Senate for cause of incompetence.

    Force Ryan to also tender his resignation. Don’t care the reason for this one.

    You see? I’m not tired of winning. It’s addictive.

    Liked by 13 people

  17. this guy was trashing POTUS everyday on twitter! with hatred and NOW this

    Liked by 13 people

  18. milktrader says:

    Also I couldn’t care less about how you get it done, Mr. President. Keep Sessions, fire Sessions. Keep Mueller, fire him. I don’t care. Just the results matter.

    Liked by 6 people

  19. mccall1981 says:

    It’s behind a paywall, but Washington Post has an article titled “The Rise and Fall of the Podestas”. So even WaPo now admits the Podestas have “fallen”.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/amphtml/lifestyle/style/the-rise-and-fall-of-the-podestas-washingtons-powerful-political-brother-act/2017/11/10/04bf1f6e-c4a6-11e7-afe9-4f60b5a6c4a0_story.html

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  20. SR says:

    Mitch wants to be minority leader from the order of globalist and easy life too. RINO can kill MAGA by loosing senate and blame everything on PTrump and democrats senate.

    Liked by 4 people

  21. LOL!

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  22. WSB says:

    Maybe this is why the Bush clan is so nasty. Prince Bandar was one of the arrested in KSA:

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-11-10/saudi-deep-state-prince-bandar-bin-sultan-among-those-arrested-purge-report

    Liked by 11 people

    • WSB says:

      One comment under the report:

      ludwigvmises Nov 10, 2017 2:17 PM
      Bandar was the piece of sh!t who lobbied the Bush administration to fly out the entire Bin Laden family from the US without questioning them after 9/11.

      Liked by 21 people

      • joeknuckles says:

        Of course we couldn’t question the relatives of the terrorist that ordered the attack that killed nearly 3000 Americans. That would have been islamophobic. /s

        Liked by 9 people

      • sunnydaze says:

        hmmm….I was wondering if any of those arrested were among the ones flown out after 9/11.

        Wonder if that comment is true?

        Liked by 2 people

        • WSB says:

          Many other news agencies are now reporting this. It is stilll unclear whether he has been only detained or arrested. The number of either has reached around 500, according to one report I skimmed.

          Bandar’s background is pretty full to say the least.

          Liked by 1 person

        • WSB says:

          My apologies, I completely missed your question! I have not actually seen a list, save for the one Bin Laden brother, but who knows which familiy members were even in the US on 9/11?

          Bandar’s bio reads more like a rap sheet, if you read the article.

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      • SoCalPatriot says:

        His wife was funding two of the terrorists.

        Liked by 2 people

        • WSB says:

          Bandar’s? He was head of KSA intelligence. So, what the heck was she?

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          • Watcher says:

            Prince Bandar was KSA ambassador to America in D.C..
            Prince Turki was head of intelligence and in Las Vegas on 9/11/01.

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            • annieoakley says:

              There is a Turki who was arrested in Denver for keeping a slave in his his basement furnace room. He is a Prince and still in prison somewhere but not a State prison.

              Liked by 1 person

            • WSB says:

              I know Wikipedia is normally crappy but would think theynare not fibbing here. Prince Bandar had been head of KSA intelligence.

              “Bandar bin Sultan (born 2 March 1949) is a member of the House of Saud and was Saudi Arabia’s ambassador to the United States from 1983 to 2005. From 2005 to 29 January 2015 he served as secretary general of the National Security Council, and was director general of the Saudi Intelligence Agency from 2012 to 2014. On 1 July 2014 he was appointed King Abdullah’s special envoy which lasted until 29 January 2015.”

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      • 100% YOOPER says:

        I remember watching Micheal Moore’s Fahrenheit 911 years ago and the only things I remember about it was how lopsided it was against bush, but the biggy was how close the bushes we’re to the bin laden family. I think they even employed some of them in their oil business.

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      • uvaldegirl says:

        Referred to as Bandar Bush, part of the family, by Barbara Bush.

        Liked by 2 people

    • blakeney says:

      Aka, Bandar Bush !!!

      Liked by 3 people

    • carole says:

      This is going to be a totally inappropriate, meaningless comment, but I cannot resist: That is one badly decorated room.

      Liked by 2 people

      • This is the ranch in Texas, I believe. I think I saw a magazine or blog spread about it. I remember those dining chairs with the custom made fabric from Peter Frasano and Eliz. Hamilton’s boutique in New England. The fabric on the club chair is totally wrong for the style. I sure little Laura is in the kitchen cooking up some Mexican grub for the Prince.

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        • WSB says:

          That fabric on the dining chairs is pure vandalism. I do no follow Peter Frasano, but he needs another hobby. Don’t mind the fabric on the clubchairs by itself, but not for that area, that house, and it has a taupe undertone that has nothing to do with the racing stripe. That’s an old damask pattern from either Schumacher, Scalamandre or Brunschwig. Not right.

          John Saladino told me once, “it’s too bad all of the people with money have no taste, and all the people without money do.”

          Perfect caption for those two in the photo.

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          • Wow, WSB hanging out with Saladino. I would love to hear your stories. Peter’s fabrics have all been published in every major design magazine in this country. He and his wife, Elizabeth Hamilton are highly successful textile designers and their fabrics come at a premium. The fabric on the club chairs is much to formal for the style chair and looks dated. Maybe they were hand me downs from the pearl clutcher.

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            • WSB says:

              The club chairs (and the fabric on them) were indeed hand me downs from another era.

              If you look at old English design mags, this is typical. Town and Country, World of Interiors, etc.

              But, but the stripes on the dining room chairs look like a Mini Cooper landing on the appetizer, for goodness sakes!

              I did meet Mr. Saladino…hosting one of his lectures years ago. He was fun to meet and extremely disciplined with his direction. Mr. Saladino knew simplicity and how to edit.

              Textile designers may not always know what piece of furniture on which to install their designs. This was one of them, IMHO.

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        • bentley1blog says:

          Couldn’t resist: standing in the kitchen next to little Laura cooking Mexican grub for the Prince is Jeb and Columba whipping up some guacamole. Jeb must have mentioned this weekend delight at least 3 times during the debates. Kinda like “my father was a mailman”.

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          • lisabrqwc says:

            And using the heaviest accent ever each time he mentioned. I am now literally unable to say the word the way I had always done before. Now it is always Gwaaachaahmolee. Always, and I hate him for it.

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      • WSB says:

        Ha! Early American Dereliction…someone goofed on the fabrics.

        Liked by 1 person

      • MaineCoon says:

        The bookcases are nice.).) The books probably not so much….

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  23. A2 says:

    President Duterte, the chairmen this year of ASEAN has some choice words for China.

    He will raise the concerns of the entire Association of Southeast Asian Nations when he meets with Chinese President Xi Jinping about the reclamation and militarization of disputed islands in the South China Sea.

    “I am chair of ASEAN and I have to carry the voice of the ASEAN […] I have to tell the truth that everybody is worried,”

    “It is not wrong for me to tell China that you have already placed heavy artillery there. It [makes] us worried and wary because we are also using the passage,” he said”.

    Read more:
    http://www.philstar.com/headlines/2017/11/10/1757483/duterte-carry-voice-asean-vs-china-militarization

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  24. TexasRanger says:

    Mueller Files 294 Sealed Indictments Against Elite Pedophile Ring Members

    Special counsel Robert Mueller has filed an astonishing 294 more sealed indictments to Federal Courts around the U.S. against high-level pedophiles operating within Hollywood and D.C.

    According to a legal expert, 294 sealed indictments in such a short space of time is completely unheard of.

    Between the 294 Indictments now located across the country PLUS the 81 in Washington, DC and in Eastern Virginia, that’s almost 400 Sealed Indictments. The lawyer told me this number is “off the charts . . . .no one has seen anything like this.”

    This is not dis-info, it is fact. Sealed indictments are verifiable public record. We don’t know whats in them yet, but you can see they are there and it’s sure as heck not normal, it’s unprecedented. There has never been this many at once . . . ever.

    Full Story Nov-10-2017;
    http://yournewswire.com/mueller-sealed-indictments-pedophile-ring/

    Video Report 03:04 Minutes Nov-10-2017;

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  25. WSB says:

    Does anyone know the accuracy or veracity of stateofthenation2012.com? They have an account of someone being escorted out of the the Tropicana during the Vegas shooting spree and video. Not sure what to make of either. Could this be staged? I have been in the Tropicana, and that room looks like the casino…

    http://stateofthenation2012.com/?p=88841

    And if this is a complete hoax, Adrem please remove.Thank you.

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    • joeknuckles says:

      Didn’t look like they were escorting anybody. Looked like they were looking for somebody to shoot at.

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    • wheatietoo says:

      I saw this over a month ago…and yeah, it’s weird.

      Why are they making people put their hands up?
      A security team, guarding a dignitary wouldn’t do that.

      Some have said that this was a part of a ‘Drill’ that was done a day or two before the mass shooting.
      If so, that would explain why all the people there were so compliant, even joking about “hands up don’t shoot”.

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      • WSB says:

        The whole scenario is strange. I didn’t realize this clip had been out so long.

        Still not sure what this is? Why did the two men behind the uniforms scurry off to the right like they did? Odd.

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        • wheatietoo says:

          I saw this a few days after the shooting.

          The one I watched had been posted right after the shooting, like so many of the witness videos that were getting posted.

          And yeah, it’s odd…even if it was part of a ‘Drill’, it’s odd.

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      • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

        With all they mayhem that night there were likely some really deep pockets at other casinos who had their own “people” ushering them to safety. Likely most all the tables closed on the strip and the vaults went on lockdown or whatever it is they do rather quickly.

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    • bulwarker says:

      Stop circulating this video with the nonsense its a VIP escort. You don’t move assets like that, think about it, why would the most precious person be exposed in the rear?

      Furthermore, people actually identified the two men in the back. They work security at the casino, the one in the baseball clothes was called in last minute.

      Liked by 1 person

    • CaptainNonno says:

      Looks like a winner taking his haul.

      Liked by 1 person

    • snarkybeach says:

      Patriot Q Clearance theory on Vegas is a Saudi Prince was gambling at the Trop instead of staying put at the Four Seasons.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Chris says:

      I’ve never been to the Tropicana,don’t know the layout but I do know those are a couple craps shooting tables at the bottom of picture for sure ..so I agee casino floor.
      Also, I noticed when those armed men appear in the area they shout “hands up”
      and all hands go upon command, then go back down to relaxed mode once the armed men pass..looks like one of the armed is possibly carrying a yellow collapsiable stretcher.

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  26. Trumpfan1 says:

    Roy moore is really gone case. What is he doing? The defence is weak!

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  27. SharonKinDC says:

    On a lighter note….

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  28. outerlimitsfan says:

    While I think the Moore scandal may be a hit job(the 14 year old part) his interview on Hannity was disastrous in my opinion. He kept contradicting himself on the other women. I even think Sean was getting a bit concerned by some of the answers.

    I will admit though that I haven’t been a huge fan of Moore. Honestly, I don’t know that he would necessarily be good for the Trump agenda anyway. He strikes me as someone who would put his own agenda first and never compromise. Would he really help out the Trump agenda, or would be be unreliable at times like Paul and Cruz? Helpful at times, but damn frustrating at others.

    Plus I felt Bannon was using the primary race to kind of get back at Trump. Some of the comments by Bannon and Gorka during and after that race were pathetic to me. “Trump was duped and picked the wrong guy. He is lost without us there giving advice” was essentially their and Breitbarts message for weeks.

    Bannon views himself as a kingmaker and I think he enjoyed getting a bit of revenge on Trump. I sometimes have a hard time figuring Bannon out and where his loyalties really are. Often it just seems to be about himself. I also think it possible he was one of the leakers jn the Administration. I know many on here really like him and perhaps my reservations about him are incorrect.

    Moore will basically have a couple days to try and save his campaign. It’s concering though that he basically went on friendly territory with Sean and somehow managed to make the situation worse.

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    • Albertus Magnus says:

      So much truth in this post, it could pass for Scripture! Smart thinking!

      Liked by 1 person

    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      Bannon and Trump are still friends. Why are some people determined to believe the FfakeNews feud story from sources like the NewYorkSlimes and HuffingtonCompost? Roy Moore is on the Trump Train. His GOPe primary opponent was NOT. Do we all have such short memories?

      Liked by 3 people

      • deqwik2 says:

        His opponent was on the Trump train. Trump said he was on the Trump train. The media said he wasn’t.

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        • citizen817 says:

          One of the women accusing Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexual impropriety reportedly worked as a sign language interpreter for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, a new report claims

          Deborah Wesson Gibson
          founded the language interpreting company, Signs of Excellence, and has worked for a number of democratic campaigns, according to Alabama Local News.

          The company’s Facebook page shows Gibson working for and posing with several democratic candidates at political rallies including 2016 presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, former Vice President Joe Biden, former Sen. Patrick Murphy, D-Fla., and Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla.

          http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/11/10/roy-moore-accuser-worked-for-clinton-campaign-as-interpreter-reports-say.html

          Liked by 2 people

          • deqwik2 says:

            She didn’t say anything damaging to Moore other than she was 17. She’s the one that said he spoke to her civics class & they had more than one date but it never progressed beyond kissing. That’s all she said.

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            • JohnP says:

              Leigh Corfman is the accuser that matters, and her story is pretty weak. Anybody who could back up her story is dead. Mother, father, step-mother, and brother have all passed away. If the story that she accused three or four pastors in the past turns out to be true this whole thing goes poof.

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              • georgiafl says:

                One of the accusers is said to have been divorced 4 times.
                One is said to work for the Democrats/Hillary/Biden.
                Not sure who’s who.

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    • Even if the accusations are true, they are not a problem, because they are not that serious, and they happened decades ago.
      People in Alabama are fairly immune to liberal propaganda, and not that gullible to the fake correctness of PC. They do not believe Moore is an evil sex predator.
      All this attack on Moore is doing is causing a lot of people to reveal their low character.
      And infourtunantly a lot of those low characters are Republicans.

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    • paulraven1 says:

      I think you’re really missing the point. This has nothing to do with Bannon or Gorka or Sean Hannity or, in a way, even Moore anymore. It’s about the media and their claim to dominion of totalitarian propaganda.

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      • I think you are missing a crucial point. This is about the people of Alabama and electing a Senator that will adequately promote the agenda that benefits and best represents the people of Alabama in national decisions that promote the economiic, security and Federal Court interests of the citizens of Alabama period.

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    • CaptainNonno says:

      I think Brannon hates McConnell more than anything. As far as Moore in the Senate goes, if he gets there, he will, by default be a staunch Trumper to get back at all the RINO’s who are axing him now. They will be joined by combat.

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  29. andi lee says:

    Whaa..t? Shook HANDS 3 times?!

    Like, what kind, Jennifer?!

    Like, “pinkey-swears”, handshakes? Or blood-n-spit, “blood-brothers for life”, handshakes?

    Wait…didn’t they bar reporters?

    Someone *ask* Jennifer if they’re wearing matching decoder rings, please?!

    Liked by 8 people

    • deqwik2 says:

      The replies on that tweet are hilarious. Here’s a couple. I love the one that hopes there is no Koi.

      “Somebody better tell Mueller”

      “Did they both get Diet Cokes AND 2 scoops of ice cream? We are lost without your insights.”

      “You’re not taking this seriously. They shook hands 3 times in Vietnam…not once or twice, but thrice. Think we should alert the Marshall Islands. Jennifer is digging more. I hope there are no Koi anywhere. I’m afraid to sleep. What if there’s a 4th handshake? Then what?”

      Liked by 12 people

    • blakeney says:

      I just hope someone has alerted Jennifer to the very real possibility that Trump had our nuclear codes on a small slip of paper and palmed them to Putin!

      Liked by 2 people

    • Katherine McCoun says:

      Isn’t she the same one who tweeted out the koi pond feeding fake new Song?

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  30. kea25252014 says:

    Just noticed the TV show ‘the good wife’ had a lot of Obama people and DNC people show up….

    Liked by 1 person

  31. Donna in Oregon says:

    Mueller doesn’t seem productive to me. Wasn’t he the one that was supposed to be investigating Uranium One back in 2009? Yeah…..whatever. Here is an article that focuses on Mueller’s cases that are “super secret”:

    Court docket mystery: Are other Mueller indictments hiding in plain sight?
    by Steven Nelson | Oct 31, 2017, 5:35 PM
    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/court-docket-mystery-are-other-mueller-indictments-hiding-in-plain-sight/article/2639179

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  32. blakeney says:

    Foxnews –

    President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin issued a joint statement on Saturday vowing to continue the fight against ISIS in Syria until the militants are completely defeated, Reuters reported, citing the Kremlin.

    The statement was released after the two leaders chatted briefly during the APEC summit in Danang, Vietnam, Reuters reported, citing the Kremlin.

    The statement reportedly said both Washington and Moscow agree that there is no military solution to the conflict and both countries expressed a commitment to Damascus’ sovereignty.

    The two leaders chatted on Saturday while they walked to a “family photograph” at the summit and donned matching silk button-down shirts the day before, holding true to the tradition of wearing local attire at annual display of cooperation among world leaders.

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  33. Donna in Oregon says:

    I wonder why some, continue to muse if Mueller is going to go after the Uranium One/Russia/Clinton Foundation pay-for-play scheme. Mueller appears to be after
    President Trump’s campaign only.

    I read this article and if true Mueller will never lift a finger IMHO.

    The Obama Administration Uranium One Scandal
    by ANDREW C. MCCARTHY October 21, 2017 4:00 AM
    http://www.nationalreview.com/article/452972/uranium-one-deal-obama-administration-doj-hillary-clinton-racketeering

    Liked by 1 person

    • Trumpfan1 says:

      He will not go after obama. That is not his agenda.

      Liked by 1 person

    • I hope he does not go into the Clinton crimes,
      We want a more trusted person to do that.
      He needs to wrap up what he is doing and get out of the way.

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      • singingsoul says:

        There is a lot of wishful thinking out thee. Maybe we need to look at Mueller’s track record that tells us everything who and what he is. He was dusted off by Rosenstein to do one job and like a good soldier he is doing it.
        Manafort was the corner stone what this man is up too. Somehow Jeb is in my mind who said ” Trump will be out by December.”
        Looking at Moore what is going on how the Rinos are all in one mind I can see them to be in one mind ousting President. They are moving to slow they are sabotaging what they can for POTUS. We need to oust them all but we need to do a better job than Bannon with selecting people.
        Why would any person run for office…? Look what happens they can ruin a persons life. Who was an angel dating…? Soon old dates come out of the woodwork if a man is successful in business to get a piece of the pie.

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  34. JM Covfefe says:

    I see that Drudge already has a link to a NYT story claiming that polls are showing 50/50 in Alabama, McConnel is “tired of these problematic candidates,” and the Senate will likely flip to the Dims. The Dims and GOPe are drooling.

    ALABAMA, we finally have a “THIS CRAP STOPS NOW!” President. Even if the very suspect accusations were entirely true, it is totally lame, compared to what almost every Dim is guilty of!

    ALABAMA, you selected Moore in the primary, now FIGHT FOR HIM!!! With everything you’ve got! YOU OWE THIS TO OUR ENTIRE COUNTRY!

    The US Senate is balanced on a pin head ATM, and ALABAMA people are either going to preserve MAGA, or bring MAGA to a screeching halt for the entire country because of YOUR choices.

    PICK A MILL, ANY MILL, SADDLE UP, MEET AT DAWN, AND GET ER DONE!!!!!!

    If you have to, carry his carcass over the finish line, and prop him up in the Senate!!!!

    Liked by 13 people

    • JM Covfefe says:

      Yes, I am extremely angered by this, in many dimensions.
      But hey, at this point, what difference does it make?

      Liked by 1 person

    • JM Covfefe says:

      I am sorry ALABAMA, but my anger is not cold at all. If you all have to get out there and BE HIS CAMPAIGN, DO IT! GET OUT THE VOTE FOR HIM! All eyes are on you. Finish this appropriately. Hold your nose, if you must, but DO IT! If later you decide to dump him, you can make a better primary choice in the regular election.

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      • JM Covfefe says:

        General Sundance, if I can suggest, it looks like time to put maximum efforts to immediately correct the direction of this, regardless of if any of the dramatic but extremely doubious and trite claims have any semblance of truth.

        OPDJT is a bit busy ATM. The Treeper flock is fluttering. We need Lasar beam focus!

        $Trillion$ are at stake, all of ours!

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      • JohnP says:

        I believe that Alabama can recognize a carpetbagger messing in their elections when they see one.

        Liked by 1 person

    • pyromancer76 says:

      Anyone want to believe a NYT story? Then I have a bridge….NYT??? Give me a break. Reporters are corporate lobbyists. Shall we all obsess over Carlos Slim’s propaganda?

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    • cdnintx says:

      Problematic candidates? We are tired of Problematic Majority Leaders and Senators.

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  35. citizen817 says:

    I agree with Sheriff Clarke. Also, if Romney(GOPe) is against someone, I’m FOR them. Vote Moore!

    Liked by 11 people

    • citizen817 says:

      Liked by 9 people

      • singingsoul says:

        Bill Mitchell ✔ @mitchellvii
        “One of Moore’s “accusers” claims their relationship was “legal and consensual,” but “inappropriate.”
        ___________________________________
        The woman had no responsibility if the relationship was inappropriate…?
        What about the parents who allowed the dates…?
        Call me crazy but everything is the other persons fault….?
        What about responsibility where it belongs to each person ?

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    • paulraven1 says:

      I think Romney is unfit to comment on politics. And I have far more evidence to support my charge than the Washington Post has against Moore.

      Liked by 7 people

      • Jim in TN says:

        Every time Mitt pops up in public, his input makes me think that phrase from a song, ‘…don’t go away mad, … just go away’, by Motley Cruel.

        Who by the way blamed ‘it on the rain’ in this song long before the artists behind Milli-Vanilli made a song by that name for the two to pretend to sing. Which also gets me thinking about Mitt.

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  36. citizen817 says:

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  37. JohnP says:

    They are like 5 year olds complaining about how long it’s taking daddy to assemble the swing set…….after they hid his tools.

    Abner Gomez, the director of the Puerto Rico Emergency Management Agency, left the post on Friday amid the country’s lagging response efforts following Hurricane Maria, Gov. Ricardo Rosselló (D) announced.

    Officials revealed in October that Gomez was on a two-week vacation despite the American territory’s struggles to recover following the storm. The governor’s office at the time said he was “exhausted.”

    http://thehill.com/policy/energy-environment/359862-puerto-rico-emergency-management-chief-resigns

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  38. jeans2nd says:

    Great insights 2017

    Liked by 5 people

  39. Dora says:

    Early Facebook investor compares the social network to Nazi propaganda, likens its workers to Goebbels and claims it is creating a climate of ‘fear and anger’

    ‘In order to maintain your attention they have taken all the techniques of Edward Bernays and Joseph Goebbels, and all of the other people from the world of persuasion, and all the big ad agencies, and they’ve mapped it onto an all day product with highly personalised information in order to addict you,’ Mr McNamee told The Telegraph.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5071913/Facebook-investor-compares-network-Nazi-propaganda.html

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    • I do not see Facebooks marketing as being that much different than your average advocacy in popular culture.
      Half our culture is about advocacy trying to manipulate people’s emotions, and trying to evoke people’s natural fears, anxieties, and desires.

      Like the Democrats use of propaganda,
      emotional and psychological manipulation is the backbone of the Democrat Party.

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  40. MaineCoon says:

    “While one year is really too short a period over which to assess the implementation of such a comprehensive strategy, Trump has made significant progress toward its objectives.”

    This article in Arab News entitled “Trump’s Iran Policy Bearing Fruit” outlines what his policy is and the steps he is taking which are very different than the previous administration (meaning Zero, but it could be several!). Nice to read good press even if it is foreign!

    http://www.arabnews.com/node/1191546#

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  41. saywhat64 says:

    Lot’s of noise out there regarding which is now over 50 sealed indictments and how Mueller may actually be a White Hat and not a Black Hat. I find that hard to believe. If all these sealed indictments are aimed at the deep state, then it seems that Sessions and Wray will be the ones initiating these, not Mueller, especially considering Mueller’s sordid connections to the deep state and all their activities over the last 18 years.

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    • Evelyn says:

      I think if we are honest with ourselves, most of us can relate to that cognitive dissonance.

      Stop for a moment and think how unlikely the events of the past two years have been. If someone suggested the idea that Donald Trump had been designated to become Cyrus II: https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Isaiah+45&version=niV two years ago, we would probably have found it implausible, to say the least. My own sister still struggles with this because she remembers him having been unfaithful to Ivanka’s mother with Tiffany’s mother back in the day. She is still unsaved and can’t yet relate to the spiritual transformation that occurs when we are born again and indwelled by the Holy Spirit.

      I still think this prophecy and many others by Mark Taylor were likely given by the Holy Spirit. http://www.sordrescue.com/uploads/4/7/7/9/47798703/11-07-15_time_is_up.pdf

      Many of his prophecies have already borne themselves out and I believe this one will as well. If Bob Mueller is part of God’s plan, no matter how improbably that seems to us, he will do his part.

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      • MaineCoon says:

        A friend and I were talking about Mark Taylor today. Thank you for posting this intervire of him. His words of God are very encouraging for the believer.

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      • maga8978 says:

        I watched the whole thing. First time hearing Mark Taylor. I am a skeptics skeptic, I am skeptical of skeptics. I have also been agnostic (not atheist) for several decades, Mostly due to disgust with organized religion. I think it was 1989 when I started going back to church after a short hiatus, and not one month after faithfully going every Sunday the pastor (who I was eagerly looking forward to listening to each week) was arrested for molesting his daughters for years. Just bailed and never looked back. After listening to Marks powerful words, I fear I may have to completely reevaluate my positions. No matter how powerful a businessman Donald John Trump might have been before taking on the mantle of President of the United States, there is no way he could have withstood the slings and arrows arrayed against him without the help of a higher power.

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  42. paulraven1 says:

    The media has slowly turned many of us into McCarthyists. Interesting how this happens. I hear Rep. Peter King is demanding Moore “prove his innocence.” But that’s not how it works, King. And all based on a story in the Washington Post. As if it came down from heaven and was written on a stone tablet.

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  43. georgiafl says:

    Axelrod and Allred are a flop in Alabama.

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  44. citizen817 says:

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  45. Dora says:

    Hope so.

    =====

    Diplomats fear Tillerson transparency push is linked to Clinton emails

    State Department officials worry that an effort to release thousands of records is aimed at tarnishing Hillary Clinton – and pushing more staffers to quit.

    https://www.politico.com/story/2017/11/07/tillerson-state-clinton-emails-244626

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  46. andi lee says:

    Really? Mistresses, affairs, paige boys, Ashley Madison girls, count, too.

    Menendez has to go. Ted Cruz has to step down. John McCain, too.

    Who else, still in office, caught up in shenanigans?

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    • georgiafl says:

      Mitt is a crook, vulture greedy capitalist who used the public purse to bail out the SLC Olympics and most of his business enterprises. He would buy companies, drain their capital INCLUDING pension funds – then let the government bail out the workers retirement funds. Romney is a despicable pretentious dirty dealer.

      Same with ex-CIA promoter of ISIS, McMullin who loves to spout off on Twitter.

      Two dark dirty men who have no moral grounds to speak.

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    • paulraven1 says:

      This guy is a real glutton for humiliation, isn’t he? I’ve never seen anybody who so eagerly walks into one humiliating bitch-slap of defeat after another.

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      • Remington says:

        I don’t know, but there is just something about the politicians from Utah…Might as well throw in Heller from NV and Flake from AZ as well…Just so hard to understand…

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    • lastinillinois says:

      Those power-hungry-lifers who prefer to live out their ‘adulthood’ on the public dole will never step down.

      What would they do, sell cars?

      Would you buy a used car from one of those dumbazzez?

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    • America First says:

      Really? A Mormon getting high and mighty about girls too young.

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      • Tegan says:

        Mitt is devoutly Mormon and I have no problem with that; however, it is profoundly hypocritical for ANY Mormon to even go near the issue of young girls and older men. And, again for him to talk about pre-judged guilt is pathetic when he was a victim of campaign smears himself. One wonders his motivation…just to get his name out there prior to declaring his candidacy for Congress? If so, a very poor way to do it.

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    • Mitt show us your tax records you tax cheat, Harry Reed said you did not pay for ten years!