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"Hump"

The only up-side to this election I can see is that no matter who loses, it'll be someone most Americans absolutely despise. --- Denis O'Brien

Oct02|2016

An Exclusive LogoPhere Hump-election Prediction
Election predictions you can bet on . . . as long as you don't bet money.

 

 

Here is a comparison table of three totally BS guesses as to how the election is going for DTDuck, which is, of course, the inverse of how it is going for Hilton.  LogoPhere's InaccuGuesstimator (tm) vs. Real Clear Politics vs. FiveThirtyEight

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I'm lookin' at you . . . and you . . . and you . . . 

 

Oct03|2016
2pm, PDT

Oh, Hilton, let me look into your eyes.  No, dear . . .  both of them.

Does Hilton have intermittent, itinerant  strabismus?

 

The screen grab above is from a YT of a speech Hilton gave at Temple University in September.  It catches a fleeting instant where her eyes were slightly but noticeably misaligned. If you watch the vid, you will see a number of such instances, and the one above is by no means the most evident.  Strabismus, aka misalignment of the eyes, can be very subtle and often requires a trained specialist to catch it, but not these cases of Hilton.

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No comment on sources, 
my pretty. 

 

 

Oct03|2016
10pm, PDT

Is the Grey Lady 
run by felons?

Susanne Craig knows where the Trump tax docs came from, but won't say

 

After publishing what she obviously thinks is the scoop of her career on Saturday, and thinking she smells a Pulitzer Prize, NYT reporter Susanne Craig followed up yesterday with an I-love-me story about how she actually broke the we-all-hate-Trump story by merely checking her mail box. Yep, right there in her mailbox was October IED #2: three front-pages of DTDuck's 1995 state returns, one each for NY, NJ, CT. The documents 

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A few quick news-stories, observations, and follow-ups to keep us focused

 

 

Oct05|2016

Short-Shots 
and Follow-ups

 

~ It's US presidential election year, time for GoY to pound the piss out of Gaza again

~ Lorain, Ohio pig asks Pele Smith: Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?!?!?

~ Black ankles matter, too

~ BOLI: if you are a bank-worker, just hope you don't have this

~ Beware the manslaughter charge against Betty Shelby; it's a ruse

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"Politics the American way, brought to you by WaPo" (tm) 

 

Oct07|2016

October IED #3 is courtesy of David Fahrenthold 
at WaPo

Video of potty-mouth DTDuck from 2005 miraculously surfaces just 31 days before the election.

Now here's the type of salacious October IED we've all be waiting for. The one where the Washington Post dives right into the gutter to swim with the really nasty tabloids like HuffPo, Daily Fail, and National Enquirer.  

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James Carville: fewer neurons than hair follicles 

 

Oct08|2016

Did the NBC News/WaPo just shoot the Democrats in the ass [sic]?

James Carville is obviously too daft to know what side of this election he is on and that if DTDuck drops out, Hilton loses.

There is only one thing that I know of that we would all pretty well agree on as far as this whacko election goes:  the only possible chance Hilton has of winning is if DTDuck stays in the race.  And that is because he is the only person in America who is more despised than she is.

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Keith Lamont Scott  
Feb03|1973 -- Sep20|2016

 

 

Oct13|2016

Death, Lies, & Videos
Sorting out the official and unofficial lies in the Keith Lamont Scott homicide
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Part I -- The Gun
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[PDF version of this article here]

American cops are voracious liars: they lie to deny their crimes and to protect themselves from prosecution; they lie to cast blame on innocent people and put those innocent people in prison; they lie merely by keeping their mouths shut when they know other cops are explicitly lying or are otherwise breaking the law, perhaps out of fear of retribution or to reciprocate for helpful lies or silence by fellow cops who comprise the "thin blue line." While cops do not have a patent on lying, they have something even better: the endorsement of America's top federal courts.  See, for instance, Frazier v. Cupp, USSCt, Apr22|1969;  US v. Magallon-Lopez, 9th Circuit, Mar31|2016. Talk about thin lines, I don't think anyone even knows where the one between allowable cop lying and obstruction of justice falls. 

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Keith Lamont Scott  
Feb03|1973 -- Sep20|2016

 

 

Oct17|2016

Death, Lies, & Videos
Sorting out the official and unofficial lies in the Keith Lamont Scott homicide
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Part II -- Murder?

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[PDF version of this article here]

In Part I of this two-part series I laid out the case that Keith Lamont Scott was not holding a firearm when he was killed on Sep20|2016 in Charlotte, N.C.  That is not to say he was not armed. The video evidence and the inescapable deductions derived from that evidence make it quite clear that Scott was carrying a Colt Mustang .380 semi-automatic pistol in an ankle-holster when he was shot, assuming that the Charlotte-Mecklenberg Police Dept. is not out-and-out lying about finding the Colt at the crime scene. And so, when CMPD top-cop Kerr Putney told the media that Scott was "armed," the statement was -- technically -- factually correct, but it was a lie to the extent that it was meant to convey the idea that Scott had a weapon in his hand or was a threat to anyone, least of all Berkley Vinson, the CMPD cop who killed Scott. Just because a statement is factually correct doesn't mean it isn't a lie, which brings us to this Part II.  The objective here is to identify the many allegations in the media that appear to be almost certainly lies, even though some of them may be "factually correct." Once we have worked our way through the thicket of lies, a more objective and a troubling conclusion begins to take place: From what I have seen, it is possible that Scott's homicide was murder. 

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"Hump"

The only up-side to this election I can see is that no matter who loses, it'll be someone most Americans absolutely despise. --- Denis O'Brien

 

Oct21|2016
1pm, PDT 

An Exclusive LogoPhere 
Hump-election Prediction

Election predictions you can bet on . . . as long as you don't bet money.

  

 

Here is a comparison table of three totally BS guesses as to how the election is going for DTDuck, which is, of course, the inverse of how it is going for Hilton.  LogoPhere's InaccuGuesstimator (tm) vs. Real Clear Politics vs. FiveThirtyEight

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Blows it

Oct25| 2016
2pm, PDT

A teaching-moment for Jeffrey Toobin & David Remnick: What a "so-called" partial-birth abortion looks like


 

The New Yorker's Jeffrey Toobin gleefully picked up essentially where Anita Hill left off when it comes to bashing Clarence Thomas. Toobin's latest gratuitous hit-piece on Thomas was short, sharp, and not unexpected.  Toobin and his editor, David Remnick, are too thick to understand that they do The New Yorker more damage than they do to Thomas with their subjective, risible bullspit.  

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Eretz Yisrael

 

Oct28| 2016
The DNC's take-down of Bernie: Noxious iJews 
controlling  the American political dialogue

 

We have long known how Hilton and Debbie Schultz, a toxic iJew if ever there was one, conspired to hijack the DNC apparatus and bank accounts and use them against Bernie Sanders. For instance, it was the DNC that tried to tar Bernie in the Southern states as a Jew who is not Jewish enough. Today's Wikileak dump of John Posesta's Emails reveals other nasty iJews who helped sink Sander's campaign. Here is a BLA of this prickly subject; it's derived from Wikileaks info summarized by RT

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Oct29| 2016
11am PDT
Good Stuff to Read
The LogoPhere Reading Room

 

October 2016 round-up of long-reads worth the effort

  • No-fly zone nonsense

  • White Helmets scam

  • Keith Lamont Scott's homicide

  • Amazing graphic of 5000 years of European history

  • Chicago cops: a couple of goods ones, mostly bad, a few real ugly

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