A new Hillary conspiracy theory: the doppelganger

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"Supporters of Donald Trump, the Republican nominee, believe his Democratic opponent is using a body double to hide the severity of her medical condition, and they say they have the photographic evidence to back it up."  [thedailydot.com]

The latest conspiracy from the Right bubble

Says Hillary's campaign is using a double.

The idea's uncouth

And as far from the  truth

As the Big Bang in space from the Hubble.

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  • Thank you for a very couthy poem (that's the opposite of uncouth) about yet another nasty situation.

  • You mean 'new' as opposed to the 'old' conspiracy about her health?

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  • In reply to 4zen:

    Trump looks like he will shortly have an aneurysm. Will Dr. Oz hide that?

  • In reply to jack:

    Oh, Jack, stop hoping. Now Dr. Oz is the Right Alt? LOL. You guys are worried about the leader of the gang of deplorables winning against the smartest women in the world, with all the millions --no, maybe billions -- let's just make it trillions -- of non-deplorable US citizens (and non citizens) just waiting to ease her butt into the pants suit throne? C'mon. You can't be worried that Hillary and her body double could lose?

    She has this thing bought and paid for...unless the non-deplorables are apathetic and lazy and vote for the Greenie or the nutty Libertarian; or the burnt Bernie-Heads just stay home due to her corporate greed?

    Relax, Jack. You're working on the aneurysm.

  • In reply to Chef Boy RD:

    Chef Fool, Trump is not doing a reveal on Dr. Oz.
    Quit being a dupe for your candidate, who just lied again.

  • Margaret's discussion of couthy and uncouth reminded me of a moment in the Army. One morning a compulsively foul-mouthed sergeant announced that the previous evening, when he took a date home, she said to him, "You are the most uncouth person I have ever met." He then proceeded to unconsciously define the term by asking us, "What is this couth sh-t anyway?"

  • In reply to jnorto:

    And like Killer in Beetle Bailey, then asked "Wanna F--?" (according to Mort Walker's book).

  • AW: On the other hand, the Big Bang* was brought closer to us by the Hubble.

    *At least evidence thereof.

  • Wouldn't it be funny if HIllary's body double could only tell the truth, had not lost emails, was a marathon runner and didn't tolerate accused rapists as her SO?

    Oh, to dream, MarxiCrats. Oh, to dream.

  • In reply to Chef Boy RD:

    Wouldn't it be funny if Chef Hit and Run actually engaged someone? He doesn't even have the guts to come out of his Drumpf closet.

  • In reply to Chef Boy RD:

    I know you won't read this Chef, but I see that Chef's legal education was not used to refute that his man Trump may be another Blagojevich (or Blagojevick, as his man put it).

  • In the meantime, while the Justice Dept. just received a request for an inquiry into Donald J. Blagojevich's donations to the Florida AG, the NY AG is investigating the Trump Foundation. The article points out that very little of the money in the Trump Foundation is Trump's money, and some of the veterans' groups say they didn't get the donations reported by the Foundation. Sad! #hypocrite.

  • In reply to jack:

    And Attorney General Schneiderman, Donald, will not be bribed like your friend in Florida.

    BTW, re Trump Foundation, the Donald used its money to buy a painting of himself. A case of ego over integrity.

  • In reply to Aquinas wired:

    Maybe it was like the WPA; the poor artist couldn't get any other commission.*

    Other than that, though, it is hard to conceive how that use of funds was for a charitable purpose.

    * Indecline didn't seem to have that problem.

  • BREAKING NEWS: Trump steps on crack! Parts hair on the right! Faces the wrong way on elevator!

    In Other News: Hillary spreads Bubonic plague to family babies! Eats last sandwich in Venezuela while breaking the Internet...

  • In reply to 4zen:

    4zen, he broke the law. What's your response to that.?

  • In reply to Aquinas wired:

    Has that been proved? How serious is it? The AG is a Clinton backer. J-walking is breaking the law.

    How does it compare with what the public is learning about the Clintons? So far it's mountains to ant hills.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    Or mole hills.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    It's more serious than Jaywalking. It's against the law to use money donated to a charity for your personal use. The facts are clear that he did.

    BTW, what is the public learning about the Clintons?

  • In reply to Aquinas wired:

    That the Clinton Foundation filed its tax returns and passed audits.

  • In reply to Aquinas wired:

    Also, as I indicated in the prior post, Donald J. Blagojevick is suspected of far more than just what you noted.

    Besides the Bondi mess, there is also the funneling of money from the campaign fund to his personal ventures (like raising the rent on his offices). Wonder why (despite what Berkowitz says) why Gidwitz is heading the fundraising effort.

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