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Since John MacHaffie died NESARA- REPUBLIC NOW - GALACTIC NEWS has become more conspiratorial and more sovereign citizen. This post, however, is so far over the top that I cannot classify it.
TRUMP IS A JESUIT AND IS WORKING FOR THE CLINTONS..... HE SOUNDS GREAT, BUT HILLARY (THE CLOWN/CLONE) NEEDS TO GET INSTALLED FOR THEM TO BE ABLE TO TAKE TOTALLY OVER...
http://nesaranews.blogspot.com/
Edit: ETA: Trump is not smart enough to be a Jesuit.


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Trump isn't smart enough to be a Jesuit's toenail clippings. And he is less attractive to boot. :twisted:


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No disrespect to the guy, but I don't think Obama is really qualified to be a SCOTUS Judge right now. He is a constitutional professor, but he hasn't done any work in that capacity or on the bar in a decade. I don't doubt that he would get back up to speed quickly, but there are probably better candidates for the position. Just my $0.02.

Anyway, that "Trump is a Jesuit" thing has been bouncing around for a while. Here it is from last February, and it even gained a response from A Jesuit!! AAAAGHH

http://www.americamagazine.org/content/ ... owa-caucus
I had not gotten very far—did you know Mr. Trump’s middle name is John? That he’s the fourth of five kids? That he’s a teetotaler?—when I came upon something unexpectedly interesting for readers of America. Donald Trump went to the Jesuit-run Fordham University. It’s true: After being away five years at military school, Mr. Trump moved back in with his folks in Queens and did his first two years of undergraduate education at Fordham before transferring to the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School.

Online, there’s some speculation about how well he did at Fordham, assorted memories of his fellow students at both schools as to how forgettable or unnoticed he was. In one place I found a quote from one of his many books about his time at Fordham: “I began by attending Fordham University,” he writes. “But after two years, I decided that as long as I had to be in college, I might as well test myself against the best.” Always a charmer, the Donald. On behalf of all past, current and future alumni of Fordham University, may I wish him the very best in the race ahead and in all his endeavors as a higher life form.

But that’s not the end of the story. See, I figured somewhere online there must be more about him at Fordham. It was two years of his life, after all. So I Googled “Donald Trump Jesuit.” The top response was a link to a Reddit post from five months ago entitled “Donald Trump: Secret Jesuit Agent for Commander-in-chief?”

Intrigued, I read on: “Could it be though, that Donald Trump is a ‘false flag candidate’ being used to secure the vote of the ever-increasing independent constituency in order to inevitably lull the U.S. into a false sense of positive political novelty and thus to subsequently impose Jesuitical right-wing fascism leading to a nation-wide race war as devised by the masters of class adversarialism, the Sons of Loyola?”
Have a read of the rest. Its a HIGHLY entertaining read.


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Suranis wrote:Have a read of the rest. Its a HIGHLY entertaining read.
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I love America magazine. I went to a Jesuit high school in NYC (one that I'm almost certain declined to admit former Justice Scalia when he was a youth). One or two of the faculty lived in the residence for the magazine staff, and there were always copies lying around to read if one wasn't interested in studying. Which was most of the time for me.


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Re: Trump only donated approx. $33,000 to his campaign so far this month (and all in kind, not cash).

That is obviously a lie. Let me explain. Trump is allowing his campaign to use his name and, as he has told us many times, his name - his brand have tremendous, yuuuuge, incredible value of their own (that is why it has its own airplane). So by allowing the Trump for President campaign to use his name, Trump is making a huge, incredible, more than anybody else in the history of mankind, contribution, which, because it is his name, is easily worth more than $100 million (although for tax purposes he will report it as only $10 dollars, which makes him smart).

Furthermore, and moreover, also, too, Trump is not only donating the use of his name to the campaign, he is also donating -WAIT FOR IT - his own services to the campaign and the country, indeed the world (well, donating is not actually correct as he would milk the job for every penny (and ha-penny) he could. After all, he is really smart. Just ask him and he will tell you).

Not since the time of Jesus Christ and his contributions to humanity (which actually were really not that great as he was killed, and Trump likes people who kill, not people who get killed) has any one person contributed more to or given more of himself than Trump.

And such a contribution is so tremendous, so incredible, so valuable, so blah blah blah (just checking to see if you are really reading or skimming), that it will not only wipe out the US debt, but such contribution is so valuable and stupendous that it will bring about the RV/GCR, NESARA, the release of all of the monies from the Chinese Royal families, enable the final defeat of the Dark Cabal and the expulsion of the Lizard People back to their own domain in the sixth dimension and allow the defeat of International Jewelry, but it will even allow the Chicago Cubs to win the World Series.

Unfortunately for Mr. Trump (and fortunately for the rest of us and the rest of the world), and despite being so magnificent, stupendous, yada yada yada, it is still not enough to allow the orange hued shitgibbon to win the Presidency. And for that let us all be thankful to the Flying Spaghetti Monster, may his noodly appendages always remain al dente and his sauce always have sufficient garlic in it.


bring out the tumbrils. I am so fucking filled with pain and anger at what is going on in this country. I do deeply believe that if trump somehow retains power it will be the end of democracy in this country and the end of this country as we know it.
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Permission requested to disseminate with attribution, woody.


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Ana Navarro ‏@ananavarro 2h
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Thru 11/8, I'm boycotting foods that remind me of Trump: turkey; pig; & any food in shades of orange (i.e. pumpkin). Hard to do in Oct.


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RoadScholar wrote:Permission requested to disseminate with attribution, woody.
Permission granted, and in future, not needed.


bring out the tumbrils. I am so fucking filled with pain and anger at what is going on in this country. I do deeply believe that if trump somehow retains power it will be the end of democracy in this country and the end of this country as we know it.
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Any way you cut it, Trump's plan to fund THE WALL with Mexican dollars falls upon Mexican taxpayers who have NO representation in America's congress. This taxation without representation is the cornerstone of the American Revolution.

The only way to right this injustice is to allow ALL Mexican taxpayers to vote in the 2016 American presidential election.

Trump never seems to consider the ramifications of his idiocy.


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Volkonski wrote:Yuengling Beer’s Endorsement Of Donald Trump Sparks Outrage, Boycott

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/yue ... 0e69ce83ea
Beer drinkers on Twitter have been expressing their disgust at America’s oldest brewery after the owner of Yuengling publicly endorsed Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Monday. Some even pledged to boycott the company.

Richard “Dick” Yuengling Jr., the fifth-generation owner of the family business, welcomed Eric Trump to the Pottsville, Pennsylvania, brewery for a tour during a campaign stop on Monday, the Reading Eagle newspaper reports.

“My father’s going to make it a lot easier for business to function. We’re going to do it right here in the U.S.,” Trump’s second-oldest son said in a brief news conference.
Dammit!! And I like Yuengling.


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Trump probably prefers leaders who were not only not captured but also not crucified.


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magdalen77 wrote:
Volkonski wrote:Yuengling Beer’s Endorsement Of Donald Trump Sparks Outrage, Boycott

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/yue ... 0e69ce83ea
Beer drinkers on Twitter have been expressing their disgust at America’s oldest brewery after the owner of Yuengling publicly endorsed Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Monday. Some even pledged to boycott the company.

Richard “Dick” Yuengling Jr., the fifth-generation owner of the family business, welcomed Eric Trump to the Pottsville, Pennsylvania, brewery for a tour during a campaign stop on Monday, the Reading Eagle newspaper reports.

“My father’s going to make it a lot easier for business to function. We’re going to do it right here in the U.S.,” Trump’s second-oldest son said in a brief news conference.
Dammit!! And I like Yuengling.
I thought Anakin killed all the Yuenglings.


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Chilidog wrote:
I thought Anakin killed all the Yuenglings.
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magdalen77 wrote: Dammit!! And I like Yuengling.
I like both the lager and Black and Tan but there are plenty of better beers out there. I'll just add them to Chick-Fil-A on my list of companies I will never give a penny of my business.


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magdalen77 wrote:Dammit!! And I like Yuengling.
Doesn't seem to be a surprise though

Yuengling Wants Trump to Win. Which is Weird, Unless You Know Anything About Yuengling.
"Here’s why the unofficial Trump endorsement makes perfect sense. And god bless them, they probably didn't even mean to make it a thing. But here we are.

BUSTING UNIONS"

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Reportedly, Dick told the union workers to “read between the lines” as he started lobbying the state government to move to a “right to work” state, which critics say is a disaster for organized labor and enables business owners to bully their employees on issues like wages and benefits. Dick, now a billionaire, made his intentions clear when union members say he threatened to shut down the brewery and move it to another state with labor laws more favorable to his business. In an area of Pennsylvania once riddled with union strikes going back more than 100 years, the historic battle ruptured along some old fault lines and workers boycotted the brewery. Not to mention that a brewery older than a third of the actual country was threatening to leave home to pursue cheaper and more flexible labor, even in the midst of its biggest growth period. Pottsville was on the verge of losing one its last remaining skilled-labor employers, and it didn't take a corporate acquisition to force the issue. This was a family-owned business.

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POLLUTING RIVERS
According to the EPA, from 2008-2015 Yuengling violated Clean Water Act requirements by discharging industrial waste into publicly owned wastewater treatment facilities. For this 8-year-long violation, the company settled for $10M for 141 separate violations. That public waterway? The Schuylkill River, which provides drinking water to 1.5 million people. This is a river that’s been under re-vitalization since Benjamin Franklin left funds devoted to the effort in his will.

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IGNORING TAXES
In 2013, the city of Philadelphia made it clear that Yuengling owed it $6.6M in back taxes. This came at a time when the city was going into a collection phase on any outstanding debts as a result of budget crisis. For his part, Dick claimed the city was just trying to make an example out of him, and that it had more to do with bad spending than taxes owed. But other breweries doing business in the city—his competitors—had paid the tax without a problem."
More at the link. Basically the owner a right-wing "screw everything if it makes money" type


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Wonder if he still plans to vote for Trump....

Oops! Trump Mistook a Black Supporter at His Rally for a Protester and Called Him a “Thug”
"According to the Charlotte Observer, Trump spotted Cary, wearing sunglasses and a bright red shirt, after he had made his way to about 30 feet from the stage and began waving his note in the air while shouting “Donald!”

Oh, did we mention Cary is black? He is.

Anyway, Trump mistook Cary for a protester. Trump addressed him directly from the podium: “We have a protester!” he said, as you can see in this video at the 11:53 mark. Trump then said this to Cary: “By the way, were you paid $1,500 to be a thug?”

Thug! Thug. $1,500. Thug."


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Texas man arrested after wearing Trump hat, 'deplorables' shirt to polling place
He took off his hat but refused to turn his shirt inside out.
http://www.dallasnews.com/news/2016-pre ... ling-place

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Accused ‘thug’ escorted out of Trump’s Kinston rally says he’s actually a supporter
"Cary said he wasn’t there to protest Trump’s appearance. In fact, he said, he supports the Republican presidential nominee. He just wants to see Trump act more polite and welcoming to minorities.

The Rocky Mount Telegram wrote about the dozens of Trump signs in Cary’s yard, some of which were vandalized.

Cary said he views the presidential race as a choice between two apples: one rotten apple and one that is sour and bitter. He views Trump as the sour one, and supports him because he said Trump has some redemptive qualities."


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And the answer is yes, he still plans to vote for Trump, even excusing getting thrown out.

WATCH: Trump calls one of his own black supporters a ‘thug’ and tosses him out of rally
"Despite being called a “thug” and tossed out of the rally, however, Cary writes on Twitter that he still supports Trump for president. In fact, Cary said it was understandable that Trump thought he was a protester given how many black people have been giving him “hate” throughout his campaign.


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A black comic on Seth Meyer when told that a white supporter was waving a sign "Blacks for Trump" - "That's ok, we weren't using it."


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Slim Cognito wrote:Good article at Bloomberg today. .
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/ ... days-to-go
Slightly scary article. Trump has some sharp people working on this, spending $70m per month to build a right-wing powerbase. Even if he loses the election, he's going to be a continuing demagogue.


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http://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/ ... /92892042/
Terri Lynn Rote, 55, was booked into the Polk County Jail about 3:40 p.m. Thursday on a first-degree election misconduct charge, which is a Class D felony.

Rote, a registered Republican, reportedly cast an early voting ballot at the Polk County Election Office, 120 Second Ave., and another ballot at a county satellite voting location in Des Moines, according to a Des Moines police report.

Rote was one of three voter fraud suspects reported to police Wednesday by the Polk County Auditor's Office.

It's the first time in 12 years that Polk County Auditor Jamie Fitzgerald can remember ever having to report potential voter fraud, he said Thursday morning.
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Flatpointhigh wrote:http://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/ ... /92892042/
Terri Lynn Rote, 55, was booked into the Polk County Jail about 3:40 p.m. Thursday on a first-degree election misconduct charge, which is a Class D felony.

Rote, a registered Republican, reportedly cast an early voting ballot at the Polk County Election Office, 120 Second Ave., and another ballot at a county satellite voting location in Des Moines, according to a Des Moines police report.

Rote was one of three voter fraud suspects reported to police Wednesday by the Polk County Auditor's Office.

It's the first time in 12 years that Polk County Auditor Jamie Fitzgerald can remember ever having to report potential voter fraud, he said Thursday morning.
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Don't you know anything, she's obviously a Clinton Plant to make Republicans look bad. She registered as a Republican, got herself photographed with a Trump sign, all in an elaborate plot to get herself caught for Voter Fraud to make Trump look bad! Of course! It’s so simple! (Wait, no it’s not. It’s needlessly complicated.)


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