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Posted by V the K at 6:43 pm - February 15, 2017.
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Dan Savage’s rough-trade fantasy boy-toy found in Texas:  ‘Racist’ Gay Porn Star with Nazi Tattoos Arrested in Meth Raid.

White supremacist gay porn star Timothy Harper, 29, was among four people arrested last week during a law enforcement drug raid in Dallas, Texas.

Harper, 29, was charged with the manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance after police found him at an apartment complex with more than 1,600 grams of a substance believed to be methamphetamine.

According to the website Str8UpGayPorn, Harper works in the gay porn industry under the stage name Cameron Diggs, and is known for his white supremacist beliefs and “Nazi-era” tattoos.

Yeah, it’s a nothing story. But then so is “Russia hacked the election 4 Trump.” At least this one is real.

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  1. it’s a nothing story. But then so is “Russia hacked the election … ”

    But, they did hack the election. And, if they did it in Clinton’s favour, we wouldn’t be hearing the end of it on here.

    But, hey, when the commies influence a U.S. presidential election, it really is a nothing story.

    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — February 15, 2017 @ 7:41 pm - February 15, 2017

  2. But, they did hack the election.

    How?

    Please identify the locations that voting machines were hacked and provide proof.

    [Surfs pr-n sites while waiting for Vince to post a link to an opinion piece on a left-wing website.]

    But, hey, when the commies influence a U.S. presidential election, it really is a nothing story.

    It is appalling that Democrats are so bitter over losing an election (fair and square) that they demand a return to the Cold War.

    Comment by V the K — February 15, 2017 @ 7:53 pm - February 15, 2017

  3. Except that Russia [or someone, because I know for a fact our intelligence community's cyber authority isn't up to the speed of even a pre-teen that codes] didn’t hack the election, was able to hack into the DNC but wasn’t able to hack in the RNC & while the information that was gleaned showed the Democrats for what they were & are, the impact was sketchy since not even the most intrepid [Lois Lane] reporter bothered to read & report them to the country. While how much else was happening, Hillary drunk on a plane, seizing up during a nice morning on 9/11 in NYC & her husband victims coming forth one by one. Did I mention Hillary’s eyeball that was going wonky & her complete lack of a campaign platform? Yeah, the Wikileaks information did a lot. hahaha Even the worst uber bore faux Dem journalists have finally dropped the parrot chirping of the stupidity, though the burn scar on their arms over Hillary’s loss seems to be inspiration for one fake news story after another with the consequence that President Trump is no longer answering their questions at Press Briefings.

    …& still – no mention of the actual content of those darn emails.

    I think the biggest problem with Leftist Gays is that they’re the first to think whores are role models for style, sexual prowess, sexual positions & general demeanor. When you point out that porn stars are whores, an Alphabet Gay doesn’t seem to get it. When you point out that whores are historically, & in reality, disposable & subhuman a Leftist gay will go apoplectic.

    Comment by Hanover — February 15, 2017 @ 8:46 pm - February 15, 2017

  4. Please identify the locations that voting machines were hacked and provide proof.

    That’s an extremely limited and personalised reading of the term.

    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — February 15, 2017 @ 8:49 pm - February 15, 2017

  5. Another shibboleth from Vince. “The Russians hacked the election.” He offers NO proof because there is NO proof.

    Comment by Juan — February 15, 2017 @ 8:59 pm - February 15, 2017

  6. Moron craycray doesn’t even know the meaning of the word “hacked”.

    Another liberal lefty idiot.

    Comment by TnnsNe1 — February 15, 2017 @ 9:00 pm - February 15, 2017

  7. Maybe cray cray can join McCain and Graham in their Abrams tank to attack the Russians. I myself don’t see the need for another damned war! Especially with a nuclear power!

    Comment by Matthew the Oilman — February 15, 2017 @ 9:15 pm - February 15, 2017

  8. Oilman Matthew, I don’t see a war coming, I wouldn’t worry. Trump isn’t a Neocon & despises what’s left of them. Understands what a Bring It On Bush War accomplishes: an Obama. However; that doesn’t mean our B-2′s won’t be active in the coming years, especially over the skies of Tehran & it doesn’t mean our ships won’t sink Iranian boats. That is called punishment, punitive strikes. Russia & China always, always back off when there’s a strong US president.

    Comment by Hanover — February 15, 2017 @ 9:42 pm - February 15, 2017

  9. It is appalling that Democrats are so bitter over losing an election (fair and square) that they demand a return to the Cold War.

    Even if the election was a little crooked, that’s nothing new. It’s practically a tradition…and hardly worth restarting WW3 (the Cold War) over.

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — February 15, 2017 @ 11:17 pm - February 15, 2017

  10. CrayCrayPatriot, I have seen numerous accusations that Russian intelligence ‘hacked’ the Election.

    The only actionable intel that i have seen in support of this is that Podesta, and the DNC, were phished and exploited using a Ukrainian-origin hacking utility that supposedly has been used by the FSB for past intrusions.

    In what way was the Election hacked? How? By who? What evidence of this do you have or believe can be obtained, and if it can be obtained, why hasn’t it?

    Extrapolate how the Election was hacked by Russian FSB intruding on the DNC email server. What information was released that was both harmful and untrue? How did this swing the election for Trump

    If none of the information released was untrue, and the information released was the only reason that Trump won; then if the information was -not- released, we would have a party in power for the sole reason that they are highly accomplished liars with excellent PR, working to get their own way without regard to what the American people believe or want. Clarify your view of their ethics.

    Do I want people to hack other people to get the truth? No, that’s what we’re supposed to have journalists for. But I haven’t seen a journalist in a long time, just a bunch of yellow journalism.

    If you’ve seen information I haven’t, fill me in. Let me know so I n make a well-informed decision. But from the information I have, this is a big nothing. Assuming that Russia hacked the DNC, yes, very bad, slap on the wrist. Hacked the election? How? What did they do that was worse than what Obama did against Netanyahu? Or what we were doing in Italy?

    Comment by aerinyes — February 15, 2017 @ 11:38 pm - February 15, 2017

  11. There was certainly a lot of dirt, Ted, that’s for sure. Trump isn’t an angel & Hillary has a history of unethical behavior stretching back to Watergate. Personally, I think the British throw more dirt their campaigns. We’re just catching up. In the end, it was all about Trump’s agenda & Hillary’s lack thereof, unless you count greed & an entitlement mentality.

    Comment by Hanover — February 16, 2017 @ 12:03 am - February 16, 2017

  12. cray cray was the Russian hacking of the election to get trump elected pay back for Hillary giving the Russians only 20% of our uranium?

    Comment by salg — February 16, 2017 @ 1:16 am - February 16, 2017

  13. Well put, Aerinyes

    Comment by V the K — February 16, 2017 @ 6:28 am - February 16, 2017

  14. Indeed. Aerinyes, thank you very much for taking the time to write that.

    Comment by innocent bystander — February 16, 2017 @ 7:01 am - February 16, 2017

  15. I’ve seen pics of this guy. Not my type, but I didn’t really think anything of the iron cross tattoos- I know people who wear that on a necklace, and not one of them is racist. Remember, the ADL has declared a meme of a frog to be anti-Semetic. But the double Sig runes on both hips are definitely cause for pause- which I did not know he had. All of the pictures of him that I have seen seem to have his arms strategically placed to cover his hips. I’ve never noticed before, but now that I know about those tattoos, it’s very obvious.

    Le sigh. Between murderers, sex offenders, HIV-positive guys who don’t think it’s a big deal, and genuine racists, it’s hard to find some dude-on-dude pr0n that doesn’t make you feel guilty as hell.

    Comment by Sean L — February 16, 2017 @ 9:08 am - February 16, 2017

  16. Ponder for a moment that Democrats are pretending to be outraged about Trump’s alleged contacts with Russia; but the guy they wanted to be president honeymooned in the Soviet Union.

    Comment by V the K — February 16, 2017 @ 9:33 am - February 16, 2017

  17. Sean L, yeah, not my type either at all. But if I were a self-loathing gay man who supported mass immigration of Islamic Supremacists and wallowed in my victim status, being roughly abused by a white supremacist with Nazi tattoos would probably be a huge turn-on.

    Comment by V the K — February 16, 2017 @ 10:09 am - February 16, 2017

  18. Better put some ice on that, al-Cray-da. (As your idol, serial rapist and impeached president Billy Jeff Clinton said to Kathleen Willey.)

    Regards,
    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — February 16, 2017 @ 10:41 am - February 16, 2017

  19. And, if they did it in Clinton’s favour, we wouldn’t be hearing the end of it on here.

    Well, al-Cray-da – she DID win the popular vote, so it must’ve worked, right?

    Checkmate.

    Regards,
    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — February 16, 2017 @ 10:44 am - February 16, 2017

  20. she DID win the popular vote, so it must’ve worked, right?

    Yeah, this is what I don’t get with the people who think “ZOMG, Russia hacked the election!”

    Why would an entity who is interested in subverting a change in power of a foreign government only go halfway, as it were? Wouldn’t you want to influence the results to an extent that there would be no question as to who won? Wouldn’t you consider it a failure if there were questions about the legitimacy and citizenry started saying things like “Not my president!”?? If you had the ability to pump up the vote for Trump in key Rust Belt states, couldn’t you also have the ability to suppress votes for Clinton in California or another state which was similarly vulnerable to being influenced? You wouldn’t even have to “pay for a landslide” (to borrow from a phrase allegedly attributed to Joseph P. Kennedy in the 1960 presidential race), just a comfortable enough margin so that there is no doubt who won.

    It reminds me of the old joke about the mother who admonishes her son for masturbating with the exhortation that he will go blind if he continues to do so; to which he responds “Well, can I just do it until I need glasses?”

    Comment by RSG — February 16, 2017 @ 12:10 pm - February 16, 2017

  21. RSG.. Stop using logic to explain things.. Feelings are what counts.

    Comment by TnnsNe1 — February 16, 2017 @ 12:31 pm - February 16, 2017

  22. I guess so. Just watch that presser today. What a Sh!T show.

    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — February 16, 2017 @ 4:50 pm - February 16, 2017

  23. Vince is traumatized after seeing his DMC allies brutally taken down. To the rest of America, it looked like long overdue payback

    Comment by V the K — February 16, 2017 @ 5:32 pm - February 16, 2017

  24. I think this may explain things.
    http://blog.dilbert.com/post/157149611381/good-example-of-our-two-movie-reality

    Comment by Juan — February 16, 2017 @ 5:40 pm - February 16, 2017

  25. the rest of America

    That term suggests a group of individuals.

    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — February 16, 2017 @ 6:28 pm - February 16, 2017

  26. *A vasty majority of a group of individuals

    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — February 16, 2017 @ 6:36 pm - February 16, 2017

  27. No response, CrayCrayPatriot?

    What about the minimally 800,000 illegal immigrants who voted for HRC? An estimated 6.4% of the over 20 million aliens illegally residing in this country cast votes according to research done at the Old Dominion University in Virginia.

    What about the 1.8 million dead and 24 million fraudulent registered voters for the 2012 election? Add in another 3 million registered to vote in multiple states. Nothing’s changed since then, all those people – and more – are still on the rolls, still registering to vote.

    That is, in my opinion, a far more significant electoral issue than someone phishing Podesta.

    What’s your view, CrayCrayPatriot?

    Comment by aerinyes — February 16, 2017 @ 7:14 pm - February 16, 2017

  28. What’s your view, CrayCrayPatriot?

    What about the minimally 800,000 illegal immigrants who voted for HRC? An estimated 6.4% of the over 20 million aliens illegally residing in this country cast votes according to research done at the Old Dominion University in Virginia.

    I’m curious about this and would like to see an investigation as I think there is something there. I don’t know on what scale. I fear that this is done on a notable scale* which is why I would want an official, high-profile investigation.

    24 million fraudulent registered voters for the 2012 election?

    Well, this ties into the above and would be included in the investigation, hopefully. I think it’s a sizeable number and a cause for concern. I don’t believe it’s as high as 24 million. That seems ridiculous. But, if we’re talking about unexploited “fraudulent” registrations, that is going to beef up the number quite a bit. But I’d like to see what would result in the investigation.

    What about the 1.8 million dead

    IMO, many counties operate in a system that doesn’t efficiently clean out their rolls, and there is no evidence that this is being abused on a massive or even notable scale. I’m positive there are isolated incidents that don’t add up to more than 0.0001% incidents in the overall voting populace. If you think it’s worth investigation, bully for you. I don’t think it’s worth it, but why the hell not if you want to waste the money and will shut people up about bringing up the dead voting in elections on a notable to massive scale. At the very least, though, it would alert counties that they need to employ or more efficient system dealing with the deceased.

    Add in another 3 million registered to vote in multiple states.

    I’m probably registered in two or three different states. I don’t know this. But, I know that I have lived in and registered in three different states. See previous and final response. An inefficient system causes these multiple registrations. Do people abuse it? I imagine so. But, most people know it’s illegal to vote more than once (particularly in a national election). I doubt it’s done on a massive or even notable scale. If you think it’s worth investigation, bully for you. I don’t think it’s worth it, but why the hell not if you want to waste the money and will shut people up about bringing up cross-state voting. And, like previous response, it might instigate a more streamlined system.

    I still believe Russia affecting the outcome of a democratic election (especially an American one) is a major cause for concern (even if it resulted in Hillary winning).

    *notable scale: feel free to define what you find notable. I imagine we’ll disagree. But, if out of 3 million multiple states registered voters, there are less than 200 incidents of active abuse, I personally don’t find that notable. Perhaps you do. If out of 1.8 millions deceased registered voters, there are less than 100 incidents of active abuse, I personally don’t find that notable. Perhaps you do. If out of 24 million fraudulent registered voters across the nation(which, I imagine, included the deceased who hadn’t been flushed from the rolls, the inadvertent multiple-state registrations from people who have moved and the inefficient system that doesn’t flush them out; as well as multiple entries causes by clerical errors, spelling errors, etc), there are less than 1,000 incidents, I don’t find that particularly notable. But, again, perhaps you do. You asked for my view and I gave it to you. I’m sure others, if not yourself, will take exception to it or spin it in a way that depicts me as a crazy leftie. That’s fine. Par for course here.

    Btw, on a personal note, I first registered in my home state when I was 18. I voted that year and then went to college. I registered in my college state and voted in that state for the next six years. Then, I moved to a third state and registered there and voted there for the rest of my adulthood up until a few years ago when I returned back to my home state (which I now vote through via proxy).

    When I came back to my home state, I was still on the rolls even though I hadn’t voted there for literally decades. It was just an extremely lazy and inefficient system that kept people on the rolls. Whereas, I imagine in at least one of the other two states where I was registered I imagine that I was taken off the rolls the first election year I didn’t vote (they were both metropolitan areas and I imagine between the two of them, one of them at least engaged in this practice, as some do). So, for years, I was one of those “fraudulent multiple state” registrations as there was no system in place for me as a voter to be removed from the rolls. But, guess what? Like a normal person, I only voted in the state that I actually lived in at the time.

    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — February 16, 2017 @ 8:42 pm - February 16, 2017

  29. *1,000 incidents of abuse, sorry. I want to be clear that the investigation should be mainly finding ballots that are fraudulent and crimes that took place.

    We already know there are millions of registrations of deceased and multiple-state. That’s not a mark of crime, only inefficiency. Election fraud is about actual votes that are fraudulent. People who cast VOTES that are ILLEGAL (due to whatever reason).

    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — February 16, 2017 @ 9:15 pm - February 16, 2017

  30. CrayCray, thank you for your response to that question.

    I await your response to my first query, in re to Russia ‘interfering’ and the definitions you use thereof.

    I will note that multiple elections, at least at state level, are chosen on a divide of hundreds of votes – or less – with a fair degree of frequency. I would prefer to have a system in place to detect and prevent fraud actively, rather than passively as in a check of the voter rolls and comparison to the federal deaths register, as nearly every country in the world does – save for the US. If you know of any other country that does not use a fraud prevention mechanic such as voter ID, please feel free to inform me.

    On multiple past occasions, checks of the rolls have found registered voters who happen to be dead have cast ballots years or decades after their death. Colorado found quite a few recently, and Louisiana has -always- had a problem with that.

    For the 2012 numbers I cited, those are the results of a Pew survey.

    Comment by aerinyes — February 16, 2017 @ 9:20 pm - February 16, 2017

  31. CrayCray, thank you for your response to that question.

    The only actionable intel that i have seen in support of this is that Podesta, and the DNC, were phished and exploited using a Ukrainian-origin hacking utility that supposedly has been used by the FSB for past intrusions.

    The FBI, CIA, and NSC all affirm that the Russians played an active role in these hacks with the intent to influence the outcome.

    I will note that multiple elections

    Yes, I realise that. Hence why I was worked off your numbers in the millions with the understanding that we were speaking of things on a national scale. The hundred out of a couple million are a sample from a national level. Consequently, since the couple millions sample is from a federal spread, that “less than notable” number (for a lack of a better term) is equally spread over over all elections happening simultaneously, spreading each individual fraudulent ballot over a multitude of counties (i.e. an arbitrarily defined, yet clearly insignificant number that I attempted in good faith).

    would prefer to have a system in place to detect and prevent fraud actively

    I’m not opposed to this, but I thought we were discussing identifying the problems with concrete evidence before implementing solutions. You expressed concern about deceased/multiple state vote being an issue. If we’re talking about millions of ballots (3 or 1.8 million) and only handful of fraudulent votes in each state (a couple of hundred), then I’d argue there are bigger fish to fry. But, if we’re talking thousands or more, than, yes, that’s A PROBLEM that needs to be FIXED NOW.

    I think the bottom line is that there needs to be a full-on investigation that brings concrete numbers to voter fraud. I honestly think deceased/multiple state voting is a fear-mongering myth. That’s my gut talking, not fact. A full-on investigation with concrete numbers will prove if it is or isn’t.

    At the end of the day, I believe that every legal American citizen should be issued a photographic citizenship card (whether gratis, a nominal fee, and/or subsidised for the economically disadvantaged) when they register for the armed services (with a special number that is either their Social Security number, or if that’s a bad idea, than a separate number). When they receive that card, they use it to register to vote and either that I.D. should be required to vote or provide the Issue ID# along with another piece of photographic evidence (like a driver’s license).

    Quite honestly, I barely remember registering (I was 18). I could be wrong, but I feel that maybe I did it in high school at the front office. (Or maybe that’s when I registered for the armed services; or maybe it was both.) I’m not sure what I used to prove my identity, but I’m pretty sure it wasn’t my Social Security card (I don’t think it was my birth certificate, and I believe my passport was expired). I just checked my home county website and all you need is a driver’s license. I don’t know what database the registrar draws from to enrol a voter. I”m assuming it’s some kind of national system that listed legal citizens. Maybe you can shed some light here.

    The only problem is that you have citizens who don’t have the documents for whatever reason (they’re old, lost it in a fire, invalid, live in rural areas, etc). We also need a system that addresses this problem and accommodates those who need assistance. Voting is a privilege, but a clear, defined, understood system of registration is needed, a long with a clear path to retaining access to that privilege.

    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — February 16, 2017 @ 10:07 pm - February 16, 2017

  32. Oh, oops ….. this really screws the who-hacked-who pooch ….. This will hit the internet tonight or tomorrow ….

    Under The Won Obama …..

    WIKILEAKS – All major French political parties were targeted for infiltration by the CIA’s human (“HUMINT”) and electronic (“SIGINT”) spies in the seven months leading up to France’s 2012 presidential election. The revelations are contained within three CIA tasking orders published today by WikiLeaks as context for its forth coming CIA Vault 7 series.

    Named specifically as targets are the French Socialist Party (PS), the National Front (FN) and Union for a Popular Movement (UMP) together with current President Francois Hollande, then President Nicolas Sarkozy, current round one presidential front runner Marine Le Pen, and former presidential candidates Martine Aubry and Dominique Strauss-Khan.

    Comment by Heliotrope — February 16, 2017 @ 10:18 pm - February 16, 2017

  33. CrayCray,

    ‘The FBI, CIA, and NSC all affirm that the Russians played an active role in these hacks with the intent to influence the outcome.’

    Influencing the outcome is not hacking the election, nor is it something that would have been unwelcome if a journalist had acquired the exact same information from a leaker, whistleblower, or a home-grown grey-hat hacker. Indeed, Wikileaks was something of a darling of the left wing MSM -prior- to their release of that information – which Assange at the least continues to affirm was not gained from Russian intelligence actors. I will agree that it smacks of impropriety to have Russian influence in our elections…

    HOWEVER.

    As a state, America does this shit too. Italy, France, Israel, Germany, Britain…and others, America has attempted to influence their election in very similar manners, and far more directly by donating money and time, if not literal armed troops.

    Hell, on a state level, we do this all the time. Bloomberg is a huge example, as is Soros. They donate to political causes locally, nationally, internationally, and in states where they do not hold residence.

    As a last point, I will note that there -remains- a lack of actual actionable intelligence on the matter of Russia penetrating the DNC. Suspicions and circumstantial evidence is not proof.

    And you didn’t answer any of the other questions posed in my original comment.

    Thank you for replying,

    Comment by aerinyes — February 16, 2017 @ 10:46 pm - February 16, 2017

  34. I should have been more clear and not so lazy in my wording in the initial post.

    America does this sh!t too.

    If Trump wants to hack elections in other countries to push an agenda in the interest of the U.S. that doesn’t benefit him personally, then, as the world’s (still?) #1 superpower, you wouldn’t support this? Of course, there are repercussions. Maybe Hillary deserved it from the point of Russia. But I’m uncomfortable with the action in the context with how ambiguous to chummy Trump and members of his staff are with Putin. It doesn’t pass the smell test to me. Maybe I’m just indulging my conspiracy theorist too much. I’ve been trying to watch more Fox News to keep myself in check, but the circumstantial evidence is overwhelming me.

    I think it’s a little different when it’s done to us, though. If Hillary had benefitted from Russia’s influence over the presidential election, I’d be bothered by it. Maybe that makes me a hypocrite. It’s just embarrassing how vulnerable and stupid the two major political parties can be.

    There is a lot more ground to cover from your initial questions. But, you bring up a lot of good points. I need to rethink some things.

    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — February 16, 2017 @ 11:16 pm - February 16, 2017

  35. CrayCrayPatriot, you keep using that word, ‘Hacked.’ It has connotations that should be considered before being used in this context. Influenced, yes. Interference, maybe. Manipulated is too strong, controlled is stronger yet, and ‘Hacked’ implies both manipulated and controlled.

    Word choice matters.

    As to whether or not I support this kind of thing…support is too strong a word. I accept the fact that it happens and that nation-states will always act in what they see as their own self-benefit.

    It makes me wonder, for example, what Russia gains – if Russia indeed interfered – with Trump as president? HRC and Obama both bent over backwards and forwards for Russia fairly consistently. Why wold Putin prefer a business man in the mold of Trump over spineless liberal idiots who signed over 20% of a national strategic asset to him? Who promised to be more flexible with the nuclear defense systems in Ukraine and other places after the Election?

    Comment by aerinyes — February 16, 2017 @ 11:43 pm - February 16, 2017

  36. you keep using that word, ‘Hacked.’

    Sorry, force of habit.

    But, as I concluded months ago on here, a foreign entity stepping into to influence–at the very least–a presidential election is problematic and worthy of an investigation (perhaps less so than potentially thousands of illegals voting but more so than potentially a handful of dead people voting and double-voters).

    if Russia indeed interfered

    I’m not really seeing the necessity to distinguish between “influenced” and “interfered.” Influence is a form of interference in this context. Influence is involving yourself in a matter, positive or negative. The questions is that it’s a foreign entity I’m arguing is innately negative, as it comprises the U.S. autonomy in the democratic process. That, by definition, is the interference I speak of: that a foreign entity had a potentially major effect on a presidential election. It’s not good. But, maybe that’s the world we live in and I just have to live with it and stop being so reactive. As a California resident in 2008, I wasn’t doing somersaults over Prop 8 receiving most of its funding from out-of-state. But, then, both sides were receiving money from out-of-state contributions, so I was essentially a hypocrite. Maybe I’m being one here too.

    what Russia gains

    That’s a good question. As far as the rest of your questions, I’m still educating myself on the matter.

    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — February 17, 2017 @ 12:47 am - February 17, 2017

  37. Vince,

    I’m unable to locate your outrage at the Obama administration’s direct influencing of Israeli elections, nor of his attempt by public statements to influence issues such as the Brexit vote. Can you point me to your concerns there?

    Also the motive for the involvement of the Phishing is in question. Was it to elevate Trump? Or was it to discredit an incoming President Hillary? Motives remain unclear.

    Comment by The_Livewire — February 17, 2017 @ 8:21 am - February 17, 2017

  38. How did our nice discussion about a Nazi porn-star’s meth bust turn into a sordid political debate?

    Comment by V the K — February 17, 2017 @ 8:30 am - February 17, 2017

  39. Because to the Left, everything is political.

    Comment by Juan — February 17, 2017 @ 8:58 am - February 17, 2017

  40. This is why we can’t have nice things.

    Comment by V the K — February 17, 2017 @ 9:05 am - February 17, 2017

  41. I’d point out that the author of the post invoked politics in the body of said post. Because everything is politics.

    Comment by aerinyes — February 17, 2017 @ 9:13 am - February 17, 2017

  42. How did our nice discussion about a Nazi porn-star’s meth bust turn into a sordid political debate?

    Because al-Cray-da likes to hijack the thread and once he does, he’s just like Cher and sucks up all the oxygen out of the room. Period.

    Regards,
    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — February 17, 2017 @ 9:55 am - February 17, 2017

  43. Yeah, it’s a nothing story. But then so is “Russia hacked the election 4 Trump.” At least this one is real.

    Comment by rusty — February 17, 2017 @ 12:59 pm - February 17, 2017

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