Sunday, October 16, 2016

New Hillary Clinton ad ties Donald Trump to his biggest supporters, the conspiracy theorists.

Courtesy of Mediaite:  

Hillary Clinton‘s campaign arm has a new ad out, and it takes Donald Trump to task over his relationship with a notorious conspiracy theorist who has fueled some of his most controversial political talking points. 

Alex Jones is the host of InfoWars. Whenever he’s not chatting with top Trump advisor Roger Stone, he typically uses his radio show to dish out conspiracy pieces to attack Hillary Clinton, President Obama, and virtually everyone else he deems an evil nasty global elitist all-around terrible human being. 

As it happens, Trump once gave Jones an interview, where the mogul praised Jones for his “amazing” reputation. Clinton’s team took note of this, so they compiled a montage on Sunday of how many bizarre things Jones has said over the years.

Of course this will have little impact on Trump's "basket of deporables" since they get their news from essentially the same sources (As evidenced by some of the crap posted here in the comment section over the last couple of days.), however for any vaguely rational undecideds this is going to be a real eye opener.

And it seems to be working as a new WSJ/NBC poll now shows Hillary leading by 11 points nationally.
Not only that but Nebraska's Omaha World Herald is breaking an almost 100 year old tradition by endorsing a Democrat instead of the Republican candidate.

And of course this is just the latest in a long line of staunchly conservative newspapers to do the same.

Gosh it looks like just about EVERYBODY is working together to "steal" this election from Donald Trump. Including the voters. 


  1. Anonymous4:58 PM

    Col. Nathan R. Jessup
    A Few Good Men

    There is nothing on this earth sexier, believe me, gentlemen, than a woman you have to salute in the morning. Promote 'em all, I say, because this is true - if you haven't gotten a blow-job from a superior officer, well, you're just letting the best in life pass you by. 'Course, my problem is, I'm a colonel, so I guess I'll just have to keep taking cold showers until they elect some gal president.


  2. Anonymous5:02 PM

    You libtrads have no idea how big the comspitracy migfhtt be!

    I went to stock up on the tinfoil and they told me the don't even sell tinfoil anymore!!

    Alll they had was cheap alnuminum foil and it was expensive and made in CHINA!!!

    I had to buy a couple of collanders instead and they were made in China too!

    Who is behind all of this?

    All you libtrads better wake up b4 its' too late!

  3. Anonymous5:17 PM

    I too endorse Hillary Clinton for President of the United States.

    God won't let the wrong people win, Sarah. Neither will America.

  4. Anonymous5:28 PM

    Trump has created a cult of mindless sheep who've been instructed to only believe what he says, who are more loyal to him than they are their own country.his followers cheer him for saying something that's completely unconstitutional. We're watching a "movement" where Trump can stand on a debate stage and call his opponent "the devil," Everything is now a "conspiracy" against him:
    "he alone can solve all their problems - which is basically the go-to line for every leader of any cult." All of that (plus racism, bigotry, fear-mongering, and more) is exactly what Trump has done throughout his campaign."

    1. Anonymous5:39 PM

      "lberti and Machiavelli, the “woman problem” remained. For both of them, men couldn’t control themselves, and while men were at that stage of their lives, women were to be hidden away lest they awake men’s “lusts.”

    2. Anonymous9:11 PM

      What happened with Roger Stone?

  5. Anonymous5:28 PM

    Don the Con now says that Clinton allies firebombed a GOP office in NC. 10 to 1 says it was his followers that he amped up with his anti paul ryan stump speeches and twitter rants. "The elites are out to get you." Now, can you imagine what his idjits are going to do when the golden calf they worship fails to win in Nov? That is scary.

    1. Anonymous7:52 PM

      It's just a transparent stunt to enable Trump to play the victim.

      He is playing solely to his base now, that means he's not looking for votes, he's looking to hold on to his base. He obviously wants to monetize them after the election.

      And they're so stupid they'll go along with it, even feeling proud that they've been "chosen".

      Dig deep, losers.

  6. Anonymous5:42 PM


    The Palin curse is about to get Joe Arpaio. Will she wear the pink undies he gave her when she visits him in jail?

    1. Anonymous7:52 PM

      Oh pleeze, the mention of Sarah Palin's unmentionables makes everyone sick.

  7. Anonymous5:47 PM

    Saw a post from one of Jones' neighbors saying he was mentally ill and an alcoholic. His eyes look insane to me. He is dangerous. He gets so angry, it is scary. I would not be surprised if he had a stroke the way he explodes in anger all the time. Plus a lot of right wingers believe everything this sob says, including that Mrs. Obama is a man and the president was a gay rent boy! He also likes to say the president's daughters look nothing like their parents when they look exactly like their parents. Lock Jones up! In a mental ward!.

    1. Anonymous7:54 PM

      Breitbart keeled over days after screaming so long and loud at Occupy that the police came and led him away because they could see he was insane.

      Remembering it still makes me laugh. I can't wait for at least a dozen more wingnuts to join him.

    2. Anonymous2:38 AM

      ueah he is a nut, but Alex Jones did know and report on his rdio show, in early summer, that there was going to be an attack in NTC with airplanes, ny Osama bin laden followers by the end of the summer.
      He is a plant. A crazy man intentionally placed to make anyone who who questions anything about the "things that make you go hmmmm" get labeled a crazy conspiracy theorist.
      Remeber folks, in the early days, he absolutely questioned Bush and Cheney and Condoleeza Rice.
      His work here is done. People have been sucked in by him, then bastardized. The smart critical thinkers can distance themselves from him and do their own research. The dumb can not.
      Mission accomplished.

      Also, is Dick dead yet? Donor hearts only good for 10 years. Are wee getting close?

  8. Anonymous6:05 PM

    REGARDing Putin" "The Russian people, like people everywhere," she said, "...deserve free, fair, transparent elections.""That "Kremlin Playbook" includes tampering with elections in Europe and the US."When Putin justified Russia's 2014 takeover of Crimea as an effort to protect Russian minorities there, Clinton said it was reminiscent of Hitler's justification for taking over parts of Eastern Europe." It's clear now why he's going to great lengths to avoid having to argue with a President Hillary Clinton."

  9. Anonymous6:10 PM

    Internet and T.V. turns on that part of the brain that becomes hyperactive. The conspiracy theorist and their follower's brains are activated, and they can't get enough of the stuff put out there. It even keeps an old man like Donald up. Doesn't help his predementia state. The crazy old people screaming at the press at his rallies are show that they believe everything they are told by the likes of Alex Jones. It's a sad time we live in. Mad Max to come, that's all I got to say. We all need a break from all this new technology. We need to go into the forest and enjoy mother nature. What we are doing is not healthy for our democracy. Take care.

  10. Anonymous6:13 PM


  11. Anonymous6:19 PM

    Jeez, only by 11 points? America's full of Dumb Ass.

  12. I've got a cousin on facebook who keeps sharing posts of the size of Trump's rallies, and apparently suggesting the election must be rigged (if he loses) because ... look at all the people at his rallies!

    I would seriously love anyone's help, advice and especially links about how to engage in conversation with my cousin. If I can get even one person to see reason and not be caught up in the conspiracy, that, I think, would be well worth the effort.

    1. Anonymous8:02 PM

      Trump is well-known for claiming there are X thousands of people outside the venue who couldn't get in (we never see them). He routinely print 3x the number of tickets as there are seats. He also lies about his rallies.

      Also, remember when he launched his campaign and he was found to be paying professional actors to be part of the crowd?

      You can't talk to people like that but you can at least present them with the facts if you can find them. I remember having to track down a 'FEMA camp' years ago from a blurry picture that turned out to be a prison complex. I still don't know how I found it but once it was identified the RWNJ accepted that she had been spreading horse manure.

      People are often quick to disprove crowds and crowd sizes on the internet... years of FOX using pictures of Obama rallies to support their wingnuts have given some people a keen eye.

      Good luck.

    2. Anonymous9:14 PM

      You could point out that Romney had huge rallies also and still lost. Examples: 15,000 Aug 2012 in NC; 14,000 Oct 2012 VA; 12,000 FL Oct 2012; 12,000 Oct 2012 Ohio. (For more, use the "custom range" function in Google News with search words Romney and Crowds, with dates in 2012.) Also, you could point out that 60-70 million people need to vote for Trump for a win. The number that have attended rallies of either candidate fall extremely short of that number. Also, Trump got 13.3 million primary votes, Clinton 15.8 million. So even if ALL of those Trump primary voters enthusiastically attended ALL of his rallies, it wouldn't provide a clue as to what would happen in the general election.

  13. Anonymous6:29 PM

    Don't worry Donald Trump, we Americans will pick you to be president of the United States of America every day of the week and twice on Suday. You can bet on that.

    1. Anonymous8:03 PM

      Except in an election year.

  14. Anonymous6:42 PM

    Imagine this as a headline:

    27 yr old attorney serves papers to RNC on the basis of election fraud; is found dead one month later, he was found dead.

    What would be your reaction?

    1. Anonymous7:33 PM

      My reaction would be to tell you to fuck off.

    2. Anonymous8:03 PM

      My reaction would be to tell 7.33 you beat me to it. ;)

    3. Anonymous1:41 AM

      There is no election fraud.

      There is, however, voter suppression and it's the Republicans that are guilty of it. They've been caught over and over and over.

      Mike Pence is using the state police to suppress 45,000 voter registration cards, mostly of black voters.

  15. Anonymous7:17 PM

    Is Donald Trump a more violent *rabble-rouser than Sarah Palin?

    "SARAH PALIN 2.0"?

    What Donald is doing sounds worst than what Sarah Palin did in 2008.

    *Rabble-rouser: a person who speaks with the intention of inflaming the emotions of a crowd of people, typically for political reasons.

    "As the Trump campaign plummets into the gutter, we should not be surprised if people get hurt and blood is shed."

    Washington Post:
    Violence and threats of violence emanating from the Trump campaign are multiplying by the day.

    In Virginia, a Trump supporter, taking advantage of his state's open carry laws, positioned himself in front of the storefront window of a Democratic congressional candidate's campaign office. For nearly twelve hours, he brandished a firearm, intimidating volunteers working there.

    In Milwaukee, a sheriff called for insurrection with this tweet: "It is incredible that our institutions of gov. WH, Congress, DOJ, and big media are corrupt & all we do is b---h. Pitchforks and torches time."

    .... At a Trump rally in North Carolina on Friday, things got even worse, with a self-proclaimed member of "gays for Trump" viciously beating a protester.

    In an entirely different order of magnitude, in Kansas, three men — members of a militia known as the Crusaders — were busted on Friday by the FBI for plotting a mass-casualty attack on the Muslim residents of a Somali-American apartment complex. "I personally back Donald Trump." one of the conspirators explained on Facebook.

    .... Donald Trump has been whipping his supporters into a frenzy with incessant claims that the "system is rigged." He warns of electoral fraud on a mass scale and has invoked the specter of a global conspiracy to do him in.

    .... Obviously, Trump is playing with combustible materials. And just as obviously, as he lurches toward what could be an epic electoral collapse, he is not going to stop. Indeed, egged on by his alt-Right aides, and unwilling to face the consequences of his own folly, he is almost certain to intensify his incendiary rhetoric. This will not end well.

    American history from the beginning has been punctuated by assassinations and violent riots. We've enjoyed a long, relatively tranquil period since the fires of the 1960s, but social peace is not preordained. As the Trump campaign plummets into the gutter, we should not be surprised if people get hurt and blood is shed.

  16. Anonymous7:34 PM

    ahah she's awesome. Love people who cuss.

    1. Anonymous8:05 PM

      Not reading your shit, fuck off like you've been told.

    2. Anonymous7:37 AM

      We all use to swear. Hell, I still do now and again even as old as I am. There's nothing like a good old cussing spree. Sometimes no other words will do.

  17. Anonymous7:49 PM

    MarvinM @ 6:23 PM - Save your breath and your effort. I live with a genius, old white man, who is so enamored with O'Reilly, Drumpf et al. Nothing works. Reason is absent. Refuses to listen to anything that is educational - just Faux Noise. Has cost him a relationship and that did not create any openness to listening to any news or reason. Drumpf can't be guilty of any of that stuff being broadcast because everyone is innocent until proven guilty! 61 year relationship shot to hell over Trump.

    1. Anonymous9:03 PM

      Sorry Marvin. I am on the verge of ending a decades old friendship over his "undecided" Independent vote. This is an intelligent, well educated man who loves the women in his life. I can't st omach his inability to see what's best for him (he's facing retirement, not rich, and not in the best of health) and those he loves (sister with serious cancer, an aging mom...). I can't discuss politics with him and it's hard to skirt the issues. I will be glad when this election is over and President Clinton elected.

  18. Anonymous8:13 PM

    OH LAWDY...


    1. Anonymous9:52 PM

      ??? Is this supposed to make sense???

  19. Anonymous8:29 PM

    They are reporting that in Alaska Trump and Clinton are tied - a majority Republican state.

    Love it, love it! Great possibility we are in the midst of turning the state back to being blue. Would be so damned satisfying!

  20. Anonymous8:45 PM

    Inside Donald Trump’s echo chamber of conspiracies, grievances and vitriol

    He is preaching to the converted. He is lashing out at anyone who is not completely loyal. He is detaching himself from and delegitimizing the institutions of American political life. And he is proclaiming conspiracies everywhere — in polls (rigged), in debate moderators (biased) and in the election itself (soon to be stolen).

    In the presidential campaign’s home stretch, Donald Trump is fully inhabiting his own echo chamber. The Republican nominee has turned inward, increasingly isolated from the country’s mainstream and leaders of his own party, and determined to rouse his most fervent supporters with dire warnings that their populist movement could fall prey to dark and collusive forces.

    This is a campaign right out of Breitbart, the incendiary conservative website run until recently by Stephen K. Bannon, now the Trump campaign’s chief executive — and it is an act of retaliation.

  21. Anonymous8:46 PM

    Fears mount on Trump's 'rigged election' rhetoric

    No one knows how to handle what might be about to hit on Nov. 9.

    Donald Trump is laying the groundwork to lose on Nov. 8, refuse to concede the election, and teeter the country into an unprecedented crisis of faith in government. Republicans and Democrats, in Washington and beyond, fear that the aftermath of the 2016 election will create a festering infection in the already deep and lasting wound that the campaign is leaving on America.

    And, they say, only Republican leaders who speak up will have any chance of stopping it.

  22. Anonymous8:47 PM

    22 toxic days for Hillary Clinton

    The polls point to the promised land. But she'll have to get past Trump and WikiLeaks first.

    The final three weeks should have been an anxious but happy time for a Hillary Clinton team on the cusp of making history.

    Her odds of victory, according to most prediction experts, sit north of 80 percent, and she has solidified modest but durable leads over Donald Trump in most battleground states.

    But Clinton's final sprint has become a joyless, nail-gnawing slog through Trump Tower’s moat of mudslinging — and the day-to-day worries of WikiLeaks’ dump of internal emails from campaign chairman John Podesta’s hacked account is taking a toll.

  23. Anonymous8:48 PM

    Democrats appear to be outpacing their 2012 early vote performance in several critical swing states, giving Hillary Clinton a head start on Donald Trump in some of the most important presidential battlegrounds.

    In two must-win states for Trump, North Carolina and Florida, Republicans are clinging to narrow leads in the total number of mail-in ballots requested. Yet in both states, Clinton is ahead of President Barack Obama’s pace four years earlier — and the GOP trails Mitt Romney’s clip.

    Any diminishment of the GOP’s mail-in ballot lead is a matter of concern for Republicans because Democrats typically dominate early in-person voting in both states, which will begin over the next 10 days.

  24. Anonymous8:54 PM

    Donald Trump Says ‘I Don’t Settle,’ But We Found 13 Times He Did.



  25. Anonymous8:55 PM

    Nearly 40 Percent of Americans Report Tension With Family or Friends Over Election

  26. Anonymous8:57 PM

    I Just Want Nate Silver to Tell Me It’s All Going to Be Fine

    1. Anonymous3:44 AM

      What a stupid column. I read that crap and can't get those minutes back.

  27. Anonymous9:09 PM

    Democrats Put Trump To Shame By Fundraising To Help GOP Reopen Firebombed NC County Office

    1. Anonymous2:00 AM

      As someone said on a different post, Democrats use SNL. Republicans use TNT.

      I truly think some alt-right wackos thought this would be a great idea to smear Hillary and gain sympathy for Trump.

    2. Anonymous3:44 AM

      So damn proud of our Dems here in NC! Classy!

  28. Anonymous9:18 PM

    This montage of Trump yearning for the "good ole' days" in @AVAETC's searing documentary "13th" is just devastating:

    1. Anonymous9:31 PM

      13? 12? Is one about to dropout?

  29. Anonymous9:39 PM



  30. Anonymous9:45 PM


    "... lawyers asked woman and Trump meet to discuss why the case should be held in New York..."


    New York Daily News:
    Lawsuit accusing Trump of raping girl, 13, gets December hearing

    A woman’s lawsuit alleging Donald Trump raped her when she was 13 will soon get a hearing before a judge — but not until after the presidential election.

    Manhattan Federal Judge Ronnie Abrams has scheduled a hearing for Dec. 16.

    Abrams has asked lawyers for the woman and Trump meet to discuss why the case should be held in New York.

    1. Anonymous9:58 PM

      "... lawyers asked woman and Trump meet to discuss why the case should be held in New York..."


      Yeah, all Trump wants to do is discuss the court location


      A threat or payoff?

    2. Anonymous10:01 PM

      What is there to discuss?

      Trump should be thrilled the court case will be held in New York. He will be able to sleep in his golden bed every night?

    3. Anonymous2:02 AM

      Sign this non-disclosure and I'll write you a check.

      Get it in cash up front, honey. His paper is no good.

  31. Anonymous10:21 PM

    If Trump's rape victim was raped over 5 years ago, what about the 5 year statute of limitation?

    It should be noted that anyone can file a civil complaint in federal court. The statute of limitations in New York for civil rape cases is five years, but [the] complaint argues that the time limit should be waived, noting that the plaintiff was too frightened to report the abuse because Trump had threatened that if she did “her family would be physically harmed if not killed.”

    “Both defendants let plaintiff know that each was a very wealthy, powerful man and indicated that they had the power, ability and means to carry out their threats,” the complaint claims.

  32. Anonymous10:29 PM

    Owner of PayPal is donating over $1 million to the Trump campaign and super pacs.

    That's it for me. No more PayPal.

    PayPal Cofounder Thiel Donates $1.2M to Elect Trump

    According to the New York Times, Thiel — one of Trump's most prominent supporters in Silicon Valley — will direct the money through a combination of super PAC donations and funds funneled directly to the campaign.

  33. Anonymous10:33 PM

    Donald Trump Rapist?

    A copy of the California lawsuit (filed on 26 April 2016) shared via the Scribd web site outlined the allegations, which included the accusation that Trump and Epstein had (over 20 years earlier) "sexually and physically" abused the then 13-year-old plaintiff and forced her "to engage in various perverted and depraved sex acts" — including being “forced to manually stimulate Defendant Trump with the use of her hand upon Defendant Trump’s erect penis until he reached sexual orgasm,” and being “forced to engage in an unnatural lesbian sex act with her fellow minor and sex slave, Maria Doe, age 12, for the sexual enjoyment of Defendant Trump” — after luring her to a "series of underage sex parties" by promising her "money and a modeling career"

    .... On 20 June 2016, New York City-based blog Gothamist reported that the plaintiff had refiled a similar complaint in a New York State federal court:

    A federal lawsuit filed in New York accuses Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump of repeatedly raping a 13-year-old girl more than 20 years ago, at several Upper East Side parties hosted by convicted sex offender and notorious billionaire investor Jeffrey Epstein.

    The suit, first reported by the Real Deal, accuses Trump and Epstein of luring the anonymous plaintiff and other young women to four parties at Epstein's so-called Wexner Mansion at 9 East 71st Street. Epstein allegedly lured the plaintiff, identified in the suit only as Jane Doe, with promises of a modeling career and cash.

    Another anonymous woman, identified in additional testimony as Tiffany Doe, corroborates Jane's allegations, testifying that she met Epstein at Port Authority, where he hired her to recruit other young girls for his parties. Trump had known Epstein for seven years in 1994 when he attended the parties at Wexner, according to the suit. He also allegedly knew that the plaintiff was 13 years old.

    Jane Doe filed a similar suit in California in April, under the name Katie Johnson, also accusing Trump and Epstein of rape. That suit was dismissed on the grounds of improper paperwork — the address affiliated with her name was found to be abandoned. Today's suit confirms that the plaintiffs are one and the same.

  34. Anonymous10:43 PM

    Immediately following this rape, Defendant Trump threatened me that, were I ever to reveal any of the details of Defendant Trump's sexual and physical abuse of me, my family and I wold be physically harmed if not killed.

  35. Anonymous10:48 PM

    Video of woman accusing Trump of attempted rape

    1. Anonymous11:44 PM

      FYI, not the person raped at age 13 years old

  36. Anonymous10:56 PM

    The filing also included a statement from "Tiffany Doe" (i.e., the woman referenced in plaintiff's statement above who brought her to the parties) attesting that:

    I personally witnessed four sexual encounters that the Plaintiff was forced to have with Mr. Trump during this period, including the fourth of these encounters where Mr. Trump forcibly raped her despite her pleas to stop.

    I personally witnessed the one occasion where Mr. Trump forced the Plaintiff and a 12-year-old female named Maria [to] perform oral sex on Mr. Trump and witnessed his physical abuse of both minors when they finished the act.

    It was my job to personally witness and supervise encounters between the underage girls that Mr. Epstein hired and his guests.
    A video reportedly featuring "Katie Johnson" (her identity hidden through the use of facial pixillation, a long blonde wig, and an electronic voice distorter) appeared online, in which she graphically described giving Donald Trump a hand job and being raped by him:

  37. I haven't really counted, but I am quite certain I've gone over 100 times, posting a challenge on various websites, the following:

    Quote accurately the words on a Hillary Clinton email, that concerns you enough to claim as you have, that she should be jailed for what she wrote.

    And: give at least ONE actual example of how Donald Trump will make America great--by that I mean a specific action that will put such a change in motion.

    So far, the only responses I've gotten are people calling me a big fat kaka poo poo head.

  38. Anonymous1:34 AM

    Do you think anyone on the Trump team would be desperate enough to bomb their own headquarters in North Carolina t make it look like Hillary supporters did it? To gain sympathy, smear her and hopefully raise Trump's polling?

    I don't know.

    You tell me.

  39. Anonymous2:31 AM

    I sure as hell hope that you are not lumping all the incredibly brilliant people who KNOW the 9/11 official story is false into the "conspiracy theorists" nutjobs. People like Pilots for Truth, Architects for Truth, Physicists for Truth.....
    How convenient for the repubs to co-op the nutjobs so we all get lumped in together.
    WE are fucked beyond belief no matter who wins on 11/8 . There are just waaay to many fucking stooopid people in this country.

    1. Anonymous8:58 AM

      Sorry, I worked with incredibly brilliant people in various architecture/engineering firms. Study some structural engineering and them come back with your bullshit conspiracy theories.

  40. Anonymous2:32 AM

    Trump faces payback in the desert.

    Between the Mormons who are disgusted by Trump's sexual abuse of women and Native Americans who have been insulted by Trump for decades, there is a chance Arizona could go blue.

    We have Trump teaching Nevadans how to pronounce their own state, telling Iowans they're stupid and cutting ties with the head of the RNC in Ohio.

    I wouldn't put it past him to have the RNC headquarters in North Carolina bombed to gain him sympathy and be able to blame Hillary.

    He is just beyond nuts.

    The RNC is getting freaked out that he is not only out of control, but his "rigged", "stolen", "biased" rhetoric is undermining the legitimacy of our elections.

    Trump has raised the real threat of his nutjob supporters arming themselves and revolting against whatever they perceive as "the enemy". He's convincing him if he doesn't win, the fix is in and the election is stolen. And since we know he's going to lose, this is setting up a dangerous situation.

    The RNC are preparing to make the concession speech for Trump because they are worried he will not concede because that would be acknowledging that he lost.

  41. Anonymous7:48 AM

    So what Trump supporters are asking is that we vote in their candidate. That we leave it to Donald to solve our problems. These people range from religious to nuts ( I know, I know, not much difference) and they are sold on Donald Trump. Regardless of the fact that he exhibits the worst traits you could have as a leader in a country that promotes the complete opposite. Even in its' constitution. The Bush years helped juicing up this movement. Starting an unnecessary war, and getting rid of some of our bill of rights. Never mind that Donald shows signs of being like Hitler. Never mind that he could do the same deeds as Hitler when he gets into power. Reason has left the building, and it is not coming back till the crazies have had their way. Sad times.


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