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  1. I think it's more likely that Jim Jordan and other members of the Congressional Trump Investigation Obstruction Team will all over Fox soon demanding hearings and investigations on who it was in the Turkish government who told on the killers.
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    Louie Steven Witt: Mafia Guy

    The more I think on this, the more Lance’s thread reminds me of the early days of Fox News. Every night, it seemed, Bill O’Reilly would be facing down some pervert from NAMBLA claiming he represented all liberals to discredit the entire progressive cause in the eyes of the gullible and not-too-bright people who watched it regularly. That’s what Lance is attempting to do: pick one, obscure, bizarre theory to try to discredit what polls have shown for 50 years what everyone knows to be true. It’s intellectually dishonest.
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    Umbrella Man pic?

    Owning the libs, early 60s style.
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    Louie Steven Witt: Mafia Guy

    I don’t dispute that there is stupid, crazy xxxx out there. Nonetheless it does not validate the official story, which appears to be your position. My sarcasm aside. I’ve yet to come across a single conspiracy theory as outrageous as the WCR.
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    Louie Steven Witt: Mafia Guy

    Weird. That's the exact feeling I get every time I glance at the Warren Commission Report.
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    Umbrella Man pic?

    It’s mind boggling anyone could see it any other way.
  7. They had decades to cover up their crime and the single bullet theory was the best they could come up with. How many of your friends who never read a JFK book knew the Kennedy family was frightened of umbrellas?
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    John Kenneth Galbraith: A Hero in our Time

    In a June 6, 2006 speech to the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco, Markos Moulitsas Zuniga, founder of The Daily Kos, stated that he had spent between six months and two years training at the Central Intelligence Agency in Washington, DC. In this speech Kos said began in 2001, before he started DailyKos,[5] and continued until the beginning of his involvement with the Howard Dean presidential campaign (late 2003/early 2004), which would mean that Zúniga was in training with the US CIA for as much as two years.[6] Ever since Daily Kos came out against Dennis Kucinich during one of his presidential runs, I always suspected that with Zuniga's intelligence background, Daily Kos might have been an intelligence-sponsored site designed to limit the parameters on what is acceptable liberal opinion/discussion.
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    Thoughts on Q Anon?

    It creeps me out. Too much fantasizing about sex with children.
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    I understand why people hate conspiracies

    Here's Scientific American explaining authoritatively how fire brought down a skyscraper for the first time in the history of skyscrapers, three times on a single day -- with one of the skyscrapers not even being hit by a plane and apparently only having some pieces of furniture on fire. https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/when-the-twin-towers-fell/
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    I understand why people hate conspiracies

    And now with the Trump administration and its messaging arm -- Infowars, Breitbart, Limbaugh, Fox, et al -- conspiracy theory has been turned on its head. Everything is a damned conspiracy. it's intentional. If you call "everything" a conspiracy, then real conspiracies like colluding with adversarial powers to subvert Democracy are ignored by the general populace, or at least it has less of an impact.
  12. It's OK to say bad things about dead people who were bad.
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    John Robert Yeargan film

    At 1:01, there's a shot of the front steps of the TSBD, I believe, on Saturday I assume. Funny though that the shadows in the corners don't look nearly as dark as they do in extant films from Friday. Weather conditions seemed to be similar.
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    Jim Garrison: The Beat Goes On

    Carl Bernstein revealed in the 70s the extent of intelligence infiltration in the media — that hundreds of “journalists” were active intelligence assets, taking dictation, basically, from the CIA to be spread throughout the world. The Washington Post was particularly so, with both Bradlee and Woodward being “former” Naval Intelligence folk.
  15. Pretty apparent this is not just a 1963 thing. Photos pop up all the time of police officers flashing those juvenile white power hand signals.