2 weeks ago, the mainstream media, politicians, church officials,
commentators, & celebrities rushed to judgment to wrongfully condemn,
threaten, disparage & vilify Nick Sandmann based solely on a few
seconds of an out-of-context video clip. It only takes 15 minutes to
learn the truth. Here it is.
FWIW the media always picks and chooses clips to satisfy their desire to
give a sensational and biased view.
On the Today Show this morning.
A story about Marijuana being legalized in Colorado and the influx of
tax dollars for the state.
The story shows a chart of Marijuana use going from something like 14%
in 2016 to 16% from in 2017. The comparison was intended to set of
alarms as the "National Average" was only 9.5%.
What they don't mention is that the majority of the "National Average"
includes states that have not legalized the use of Marijuana.
So while Colorado usage has increased about 2~3% from 2016 to 2017 the
fact that it is now legal in Colorado and compared to the national
average, where the majority of states use is not legal, that increase is
surprisingly low IMHO. Basically the state that has legalized the use
is only a few percentage points greater than the national average where
use in many states it in not yet legal.
And really? Do they think everyone using Marijuana illegally will
On 2/15/2019 10:38 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
No surprise here. The media has been doing this routinely since Walter
Crankcase polluted the air waves with his left wing, anti-American
blather (along with his evil twin, dan blather)
Only difference is now there are a few outlets where you can see the
truth, but it's an up hill fight for sure. It's really, really pissing
off the media that they can't get away with it as easily as in the past.
Thank you internet, thank you Mr Trump.
I hope this kids lawyers sue the pricks into bankruptcy...
Tolerance is the virtue of the man without convictions.
'Act One' began today with a $250 million dollar lawsuit against the Washington Post.
Good advice, though this one sounded hinky from the beginning:
I'm surprised anyone is paying attention to the MSM anymore.
On 2/17/2019 7:35 PM, email@example.com wrote:
Officials say that no one uses the "Literal" cut and past letters from a
hard copy to past on to a sheet of paper for the preceding threatening
And who would actually continue to leave the noose hanging on their
necks/head while going to a hospital.
He is an actor and this is how TV would do it, not in the real world.
Evidently not a very good actor. At least a few of us suspected from
the start and I'm sure the police did too. While he wanted an
investigation, he would not turn his phone over to the police.
They found the receipt to buy the rope at one of the brother's apartment
but he is still denying a hoax. He should be made to pay back the
If true it shows that criminals are stupid. The purpose of the cut
and paste is to avoid the possibility of identifying the source by
matching to handwriting or to the signature of a typewriter or
printer. Now, doing a pasteup without getting any DNA in the mix may
be difficult, but that's another issue.
Making something that looks similar using an inkjet or laser printer
is pointless as nearly all such printers include steganographic
signatures in the printout.
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