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The additional open thread: What light from yonder tunnel breaks?

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11 Responses to The additional open thread: What light from yonder tunnel breaks?

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    Dr. Conspiracy October 19, 2019 at 1:25 am  (Quote) #

    I keep wondering if there is some particular website where the president gets his conspiracy theories, this latest one about the owner of CrowdStrike being Ukrainian.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/why-trump-asked-ukraines-president-about-crowdstrike/2019/10/17/e61d54c2-f12b-11e9-bb7e-d2026ee0c199_story.html

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    gorefan October 21, 2019 at 2:19 pm  (Quote) #

    Back in 2012, you posted an article on a book by Teddy Roosevelt that had a chapter on dual nationality

    http://www.obamaconspiracy.org/2012/10/teddy-roosevelt-on-dual-nationality/

    Roosevelt knew Chester Arthur had dual citizenship which was supposedly a secret until Leo Donofrio found it in 2008.

    But there was another point that appears to have been overlooked at the time. Roosevelt writes of the case of P.A. Lelong Jr. who was born in New Orleans in 1881 to an alien (French national) father, who only naturalize in 1911.

    Roosevelt writes this about Lelong Jr., “He is eligible to the Presidency of the United States.”

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    Reality Check October 22, 2019 at 11:21 am  (Quote) #

    President Arthur’s father’s British citizenship seems to be one of the worst kept secrets in history. 😆

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    Reality Check October 29, 2019 at 10:03 am  (Quote) #

    [Rambo] Ike showed up in the comments on my latest article. He is still trying to claim Lupin’s translation of “parens” in de Vattel is wrong.

    https://rcradioblog.wordpress.com/2019/09/17/for-the-thousandth-time-anyone-born-on-us-soil-under-the-jurisdiction-of-the-united-states-is-a-natural-born-citizen-period/

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    Reality Check October 29, 2019 at 10:21 am  (Quote) #

    I can’t read the article because the WaPo’s nag window asking me to turn of Ad Blocker blocks the window where I could turn off Ad Blocker. Screw them.

    Dr. Conspiracy:
    I keep wondering if there is some particular website where the president gets his conspiracy theories, this latest one about the owner of CrowdStrike being Ukrainian.

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    gorefan October 31, 2019 at 10:04 pm  (Quote) #

    Mike Zullo discussing Montgomery. A little bit on the birth certificate.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1704&v=U37dgND8LE0

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    Nancy "Zodiac" Owens November 1, 2019 at 11:07 am  (Quote) #

    Mike Zullo in panic mode. They succeeded with the “Monica Lewinsky” fiasco and thought that they would get away with it again. Somebody, or somebodies, were prepared this time and planned accordingly. My guess, UN.
    gorefan: Mike Zullo discussing Montgomery. A little bit on the birth certificate.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1704&v=U37dgND8LE0

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    Reality Check November 5, 2019 at 12:26 pm  (Quote) #

    Sharon Rondeau investigative journalist? 😆 😆 😆 😆

    I love her couch.

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    Reality Check November 5, 2019 at 4:44 pm  (Quote) #

    I listened to as much as I could stomach. I wish someone had asked Zullo how much investigation they did into Dennis Montgomery’s background before the MCSO started working with him and throwing money his way. I think the Aram Roston’s Playboy article on Montgomery being a con man was published in 2010.

    gorefan:
    Mike Zullo discussing Montgomery.A little bit on the birth certificate.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1704&v=U37dgND8LE0

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    Dr. Conspiracy November 6, 2019 at 9:37 am  (Quote) #

    Curious image found on the web. 😯

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    Rickey November 14, 2019 at 9:33 pm  (Quote) #

    While no one was paying attention, back in February of this year Christopher Earl Strunk filed another mostly incomprehensible lawsuit in the Northern District of New York against multiple defendants (Strunk v. The State of New York, et al., 1:19-CV-202). Among other things, Strunk’s 56-page Complaint alleges that there was a conspiracy to enact New York’s Reproductive Health Act.

    1. He claimed the DNC pushed for expedited passage of the law out of fear that Ruth Bader Ginsburg would die and be replaced by a pro-life justice.

    2. He claimed that Planned Parenthood wanted to pass the law because it stood to profit from “the sale of mature fetal body parts and fluids” and that the defendants were using “crypto currency” to launder funds offshore.

    3. He also accused the defendants of aiding and abetting an “ongoing illegal alien invasion” and for some reason he invoked the name of Benito Mussolini.

    4. He argued that the addition of fluoride to the water supply “diminishes user IQ” and causes residents to be dependent on government.

    5. He complained that “permissive use of Microwave communications 4G / 5G poses a health and safety risk . . . in that the electromagnetic frequencies in our body coexist in a complex manner and interact with each other nonstop” and that “mobile phones, Wi-Fi routers, etc., create fatigue, sleep problems and imbalance to the body.” He referred to this as “massive wireless densification.”

    6. He also claimed the the government has been “flooding towns and cities with inmates from psychiatric facilities.”

    The Court’s decision dismissing the case includes a review of Strunk’s many prior failures to file a successful lawsuit, and concludes that “Strunk’s complaint—which juxtaposes some kind of general harm to New York residents from fluoridated water and microwave radiation with a passing attempt to vindicate fetal rights under the umbrella of a federal civil conspiracy statute—appears to be both factually and legally frivolous.”

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