End of this series. I’m over it. Back to the fun stuff! >:D
Regardless of whether we find out years from now via declassified documents that the 2016 USA election was tampered with, one thing is for certain which I knew way before people voted.
I’m from Manhattan, NYC. I vote as an Independent, but this is basically a Democrat town, other than the borough of Staten Island, which apparently votes Republican.
In cities, we live vertically, not horizontally, meaning that hundreds of people might share the same lobby of a hi-rise apartment building.
This is different from living in the sticks where people have houses, lawns, and most importantly LAWN SIGNS.
Every person that I know… **EVERY** person that I know who had to drive past people’s actual houses in their daily routine reported **ONLY** seeing Trump signs on people’s lawns. Continue reading “Loser Society – Epilogue”
Unfortunately, this fraudulent concept has now been unveiled by Globalism, and people are currently losing their minds.
I was watching a documentary the other day that had been filmed in Germany or Poland or somewhere and the native dude tells the cameraman (according to the subtitles I was reading) “Look at those black guys over there.”
They were at a fish market or something and the next camera angle showed fish on display to be sold and a few Chinese dudes. (Maybe the documentary was in Russia and those were Mongols. Dunno.)
As a documentary editor, I was waiting for the camera to pan from the Chinese dudes to show the black dudes.
It never happened and then it went back to the native dude who was speaking so I was like “what an error.”
Next, I backed the video up to see if I had read the subtitle incorrectly. I hadn’t.
Letting the video play, I realized that the Chinese dudes that had been used as the b-roll cutaway ***WERE*** the so-called black dudes that the native dude was talking about.
The immediate lesson being that if you don’t have any actual black people where you live, ***SOMEBODY*** has to be black.
I thought that this interaction was particularly interesting:
SEN. DIANNE FEINSTEIN: Now, here’s the question, you’re big. You’re strong. I know the oval office, and I know what happens to people when they walk in. There is a certain amount of intimidation. But why didn’t you stop and say, Mr. President, this is wrong. I cannot discuss this with you.
JAMES COMEY: It’s a great question. Maybe if I were stronger, I would have. I was so stunned by the conversation that I just took it in. The only thing I could think to say, because I was playing in my mind — because I could remember every word he said — I was playing in my mind, what should my response be? That’s why I carefully chose the words. Look, I’ve seen the tweet about tapes. Lordy, I hope there are tapes. I remember saying, “I agree he is a good guy,” as a way of saying, I’m not agreeing with what you asked me to do. Again, maybe other people would be stronger in that circumstance, but that’s how I conducted myself myself. I hope I’ll never have another opportunity. Maybe if I did it again, I’d do it better.
Bragging about doing something is completely different from denying that you’ve ever done it.
This morning, Thursday, October 13th, 2016, Joe Scarborough said “I’m skeptical about the timing of all of this dropping, talking about an October Surprise, when again, as you said, there have been 1,000 triggering events that would have made sense….. I’m just asking why suddenly all of this stuff is all blowing up in October… Perhaps it’s all innocent. Perhaps there is no Oppo Drop. Perhaps it’s not coordinated.”
Today, let’s discuss why people are fans of Trump and want to vote for him.
My lower-level Republican friends whine and complain about how I never write about Hillary while my higher-level Republican friends just try to stay out of the spotlight and hope Trump doesn’t tarnish their careers.