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#1 Mark Jamieson

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Posted 03 October 2017 - 03:36 PM

My heart aches for the victims, their families, and their friends following the horrific occurrence at the concert in Las Vegas Sunday.  No person should ever have to even consider the grief many of them are experiencing.

 

I am not trying to add to their suffering in any way, but as we who are members here understand that it is imperative that the early questions, shifting story lines, and contradictory reports are addressed.  After years of research into JFK's assassination (as well as MLK, RFK, etc.) we have all wished a more thorough examination had been made in those early hours and days by those outside the official channels.  I do not have the answers to these questions, but I do believe the truth of what happened in LV can only be found by critically addressing these questions.

 

1.  When did the alleged shooter rent his room?  How long had he been in the room?  How did he pay for it?  How did he come to have a room overlooking the concert?

 

2.  Where are the security videos of the alleged shooter entering the Mandalay Bay Casino and Hotel?  (There is no public space which is not covered by multiple surveillance cameras)  Was he alone when he entered?  What was he carrying when he checked in and when he went throughout the hotel?  Who entered with him?  Did he or others enter the room from which the shots are alleged to have been fired?

 

3.  Where did he acquire the firearms?  They were automatic, so did he have a Class III FFL?  If so, the weapons would have to be registered with ATF.  Is so, where did he get the money to purchase these very expensive weapons and from whom were they purchased?  If not, what is the source of these weapons: purchased black market, or modified semi-automatic?  Where did he procure the ammunition?

 

4.  How did the alleged shooter get his "arsenal" of weapons into the casino/hotel undetected?  How many containers/cases/bags/suitcases would it have taken for all the weapons, magazines, and ammo?

 

5.  Who was the woman reported to be with him, then suddenly "wasn't" with him, who looks strikingly similar to the alleged shooter's girlfriend?

 

I have many other questions rattling around in my head, but these in particular haven't received any press and I'm curious as to why no one in the media is asking these questions.  You thoughts are appreciated.


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Posted 03 October 2017 - 03:49 PM

I share your concerns about these questions as well as many other unanswered (and some unasked) questions.

 

Some of the news coverage is reminiscent of Vietnam coverage or the Oklahoma City bombing.

 

At the risk of asking similarly "insensitive" but necessary questions:

 

How many different weapons did he actually utilize during the shooting? Were all of them fully automatic? What can be learned from the acoustics?

 

Some have reported hearing at least two distinctly different "pitches" to the shots. One "set" being a higher pitch than the other. Some are speculating that this is an indicator of more than one shooter since more than one weapon may have been fired simultaneously. However, this discrepancy in "pitch" might be due to a doppler effect, where the closer the weapon is to the recording device (or human ear) the higher the pitch. So firing from two different windows might explain it? I don't know, but these questions may prove to be very important.


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#3 Mark Jamieson

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Posted 03 October 2017 - 04:20 PM

Thanks, Greg.  It seems the only things "worth talking about" are: 1) the victims survival stories (which are a testament to the common decency of human beings, and give us hope that all is not lost), and 2) what Congress/ the President should do in the wake of the worst mass shooting in US history.

 

As to the second, I'm struggling to find anyone who can tell me what legislation they would propose that would have prevented this shooting...

 

Your questions regarding the types and number of weapons is certainly of grave importance and would play heavily into my questions 3 and 4.  The acoustical analysis could prove enlightening, but as you said, the origin of fire could have accounted for the change of pitch.

 

As we have seen in the past with such stories, the reports are morphing into an homogeneous entity from which the truth may never see the light of day.


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Posted 03 October 2017 - 05:19 PM

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I missed the initial reports his father robbed banks, did time 1960-8, escaped and was captured 1971.

 

Sledge hammer to windows on two walls of his whale suite; multiple weapons--how did he assemble and enact this scenario without drawing suspicion from security or housekeeping?

 

Pamela Gellar cites links to ISIS--perhaps its ability to co-opt events is impressive.

 

The mystery GF is a globetrotter--100K to Philippines is Bizarro World stuff.

 

If he's a "winner of life's lottery" (Thank you, Little Dick Gephardt) what initiated his outre Last Bow?

 

The action was calculated for maximum pandemonium, body count, national play.

 

Is it merely a Waco for the New Millenium?

 

Hillary felt nostalgia for zig-zagging to dodge sniper fire--so many on the Left prayed for Trump supporters to die.

 

Jimmy Kimmel led the high profile Parade of Shamefully Standing and Delivering.

 

Some present photos and videos of the August 2017 Reno protest as evidence subject was of the Left.

 

We do not have a clear case of his action, motivation, execution, psychological profile.

 

FBI took seventeen years to find Ted Koczynski--never would have succeeded had his brother not recognized the style in the 35K NYT manifesto

 

FBI insisted TWA 800 was not a missile.

 

FBI did to John O'Neill The Man Who Knew what we would expect of our corrupt and traitorous national security establishment.

 

I do not trust it here or there.

 

I do not trust it anywhere.

 

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Posted 04 October 2017 - 03:57 PM

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As to the second, I'm struggling to find anyone who can tell me what legislation they would propose that would have prevented this shooting...

 

[...]

 

It is an amazing phenomenon...the many cries for more gun control laws, sans any SPECIFICS of what said legislation would entail and how any of it could have made any difference at all.

 

It is a very sad, but inescapable truth that people murder other people. It has always been this way since the very beginning...long before guns had even been invented. And those hell bent on accomplishing the unthinkable will find a way to do it irrespective of any new laws placed on the instruments utilized for such activity. They will simply utilize different instruments to accomplish their violence. This has also been demonstrated time and again.

 

In an age when an automobile or truck can be used as a weapon of mass destruction we must resist the urge to demonize the instrument(s) and focus on the individuals responsible. If it is illogical to ban cars or introduce additional automobile regulations even in the face of "car violence" as to do so would infringe on the rights of law abiding citizens, so too it is illogical to ban guns or impose new regulations on them as to do so would infringe on the rights of law abiding citizens.

 

And in the case of both cars and guns, there is no evidence that additional legislation will have any effect on the criminals. It would only effect those whom we do not have to worry about: aka, law abiding citizens--who were no threat to begin with.


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Posted 04 October 2017 - 04:14 PM

On another note...

 

Obviously a lone gunman, who does not expect any help from additional shooters, would have no need for so many guns at the crime scene. Even if he came with "more than he anticipated" would be required, surely it would not have numbered more than 3 or 4. Let's give "him" the benefit of the doubt and say "he" went with 6 just to make sure. That would have definitely been more than enough since he can only operate one at a time.

 

Why would he need 17 rifles in the room if he didn't plan on supplying an accomplice(s) with a weapon(s)? 


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Posted 04 October 2017 - 11:02 PM

On another note...

 

Obviously a lone gunman, who does not expect any help from additional shooters, would have no need for so many guns at the crime scene. Even if he came with "more than he anticipated" would be required, surely it would not have numbered more than 3 or 4. Let's give "him" the benefit of the doubt and say "he" went with 6 just to make sure. That would have definitely been more than enough since he can only operate one at a time.

 

Why would he need 17 rifles in the room if he didn't plan on supplying an accomplice(s) with a weapon(s)? 

Exactly, Greg.  Why, indeed... 17 rifles?

 

How did he get them up to the room?

 

Where is the surveillance video of him taking them to the room?

 

None of it makes sense... unless the shooting was not the point and much larger forces are in play.



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Posted 05 October 2017 - 04:14 AM

Yes. An Australian tourist reported seeing "security" personnel chasing a "person of interest" out of the hotel. The "person of interest" was dressed just like the other security people. Another Australian, Brian Hodge, said he was staying next-door in the hotel. He said: "They killed a security guard on my floor.” http://www.courierma...edf831e27e93cc8

 

As far as gun control is concerned, I agree with you, Greg, it would not fix the broader problem. But, as I understand things, we as a society decided fully-automatic weapons were circumscribed. Perhaps we can agree that these "bump-stock" semi-automatic to fully-automatic adapters are a cynical evasion that should be illegal.

 

Taking us back to your point, Greg, laws only inhibit the law-abiding. My mind boggles as I advocate for law and order.



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Posted 05 October 2017 - 06:46 AM

After posting the above, I read that, although this person owned a couple of these adapters, they weren't, apparently used in the attack. He did have at least one fully-automatic weapon. It's funny how the number of weapons found keeps changing.



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Posted 05 October 2017 - 01:13 PM

Yes, the "new" number of weapons used in the attack, I just heard on the news, is 23 guns. This makes my question even more relevant. If 5 or 6 guns would have already been "over-kill" (no pun intended) for a single shooter, how do we innocuously explain the presence of 23 guns as not being intended for accomplices?

 

I also agree--even though I am a strong defender of second amendment rights--that the spirit and intent of the 1934 law, that mostly bans fully automatic weapons, was passed in good faith and not for the purpose of infringing on 2nd amendment rights. I also would consider sensible legislation on prohibiting modifications to semi-autos that result in allowing semis to be used as fully automatic.

 

Having said that: I maintain that the founding fathers were very wise in their recognition and affirmation that the right to bear arms is provided by the Creator and not a privilege granted by the State. We must therefore be extremely vigilant to safeguard that right for ourselves and for posterity. The danger to a free society from its own government was so much of a concern that the founders wished to insure that the citizenry were sufficiently capable of defending themselves from tyranny. Although these activities are also covered by the Second Amendment, it is and was never about the right to hunt red meat, nor about self-defense from criminal elements, nor about target practice. It was all about the defense of individual liberties.


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Posted 05 October 2017 - 02:30 PM

Yes, the "new" number of weapons used in the attack, I just heard on the news, is 23 guns. This makes my question even more relevant. If 5 or 6 guns would have already been "over-kill" (no pun intended) for a single shooter, how do we innocuously explain the presence of 23 guns as not being intended for accomplices?

 

I also agree--even though I am a strong defender of second amendment rights--that the spirit and intent of the 1934 law, that mostly bans fully automatic weapons, was passed in good faith and not for the purpose of infringing on 2nd amendment rights. I also would consider sensible legislation on prohibiting modifications to semi-autos that result in allowing semis to be used as fully automatic.

 

Having said that: I maintain that the founding fathers were very wise in their recognition and affirmation that the right to bear arms is provided by the Creator and not a privilege granted by the State. We must therefore be extremely vigilant to safeguard that right for ourselves and for posterity. The danger to a free society from its own government was so much of a concern that the founders wished to insure that the citizenry were sufficiently capable of defending themselves from tyranny. Although these activities are also covered by the Second Amendment, it is and was never about the right to hunt red meat, nor about self-defense from criminal elements, nor about target practice. It was all about the defense of individual liberties.

Well said, Greg.  I, too, am an avid supporter of the 2nd, because it is the only guarantee for the others...

 

Along the same lines, all of these gun-control politicians and celebs are also Trump haters and "resistance" supporters, right?  So, are they really in favor of a Trump-controlled government being the only ones armed in our society?  That's about as stupid as the LGBT supporters also supporting the right of Sharia Law in the US...

 

Getting back on topic, what does it say that the law enforcement investigators in LV cannot correctly count the number of firearms in a single hotel room?  Does it speak more to their incompetence, or more to the development of the narrative being pushed on the public?  (It was a German Mauser 7.65... no, it was a Mannlicher Carcano 6.5).  After 4 days of investigation, they have not been able to report the number and types of weapons in the room, much less which ones were actually used in the attack.  Was he using magazines, drums, or belt-fed ammunition (if he was the only one in the room, and he was killed/committed suicide upon entry of law enforcement officers, the scene would be static)?

 

It continues to amaze me how the American public continues to follow the same plot line, time after time, that was employed in the aftermath of Dealey Plaza...


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Posted 05 October 2017 - 04:08 PM

President Kennedy's Commemorative Message on Roosevelt Day, January 29, 1961
 

 

January 29, 1961

This year, the celebrations of Roosevelt Day has special significance for Democrats everywhere; for we celebrate not only the triumphs of the past but the opportunities of the future. 

Twenty-eight years ago Franklin Roosevelt assumed the leadership of a stricken and demoralized nation. Poverty, distress and economic stagnation blanketed the land. But it was not long before the great creative energies of the New Deal had lifted America from its despair and set us on the path to new heights of prosperity, power and greatness. 

Today America is the richest nation in the history of the world. Our power and influence extend around the globe. Yet the challenges and dangers which confront us are even more awesome and difficult than those that faced Roosevelt. And we too will need to summon all the energies of our people and the capacities of our leaders if America is to remain a great and free nation -- if we are to master the opportunities of the New Frontier. 

The dimensions of our problems overwhelm the imagination. At home millions are unemployed and the growth of our economy has come to a virtual halt. Abroad, we are faced with powerful and unrelenting pressure which threaten freedom in every corner of the globe, and with military power so formidable that it menaces the physical survival of our own nation. [emphasis added]

To meet these problems will require the efforts not only of our leaders or of the Democratic Party--but the combined efforts of all of our people. No one has a right to feel that, having entrusted the tasks of government to new leaders in Washington, he can continue to pursue his private comforts unconcerned with America's challenges and dangers. For, if freedom is to survive and prosper, it will require the sacrifice, the effort and the thoughtful attention of every citizen. 

In my own native state of Massachusetts, the battle for American freedom was begun by the thousands of farmers and tradesmen who made up the Minute Men -- citizens who were ready to defend their liberty at a moment's notice. Today we need a nation of minute men; citizens who are not only prepared to take up arms, but citizens who regard the preservation of freedom as a basic purpose of their daily life and who are willing to consciously work and sacrifice for that freedom. The cause of liberty, the cause of America, cannot succeed with any lesser effort. [emphasis added]

It is this effort and concern which makes up the New Frontier. And it is this effort and concern which will determine the success or failure not only with this Administration, but of our nation itself. 

Source: White House Central Subject Files, Box 111, "FDR". 

Other Information Sources

"Know your Lawmakers," Guns Magazine, April 1960. 
"Letter to President John F. Kennedy from the NRA," [NRAcentral.com]. 
"New Minute Men Urged by Kennedy," The New York Times, 30 January, 1961, pg. 13. 
"Kennedy Says U.S. Needs Minute Men," Los Angeles Times, 30 January, 1961, pg. 4. 
"Minutemen's Soft-Sell Leader: Robert B. DePugh," The New York Times, 12 November 1961, pg. 76.


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Posted 09 October 2017 - 03:56 AM

Great stuff, thank you. I had forgotten JFK made something of a fetish of the Minute Men. Brilliant. And wasn't he the proper Cold Warrior in January of 1961.

 

I think the Second Amendment should itself be amended, but, as written, I concede there's little room for regulation. Hard to see how there are any regulations, actually. And we lead the world in mayhem. Anyone feel safer yet? I didn't think so.



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Posted 09 October 2017 - 05:36 PM

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Posted 10 October 2017 - 02:54 PM

Today I watched a 29-minute video by a shooter/scientist describing his plotting of acoustic signatures of high-frequency pavement hits and low-frequency reports.

 

Using a .223 as an example, he charts velocity over distance with the speed of sound in Las Vegas to show varying lag time over distance.

 

He posits a shooter circa 600 yards as was the Mandalay Bay, and one at 250 yards with various possible locations within the radius.

 

To his credit he maintains the same calm clarity of tone and delivery throughout, producing support for the many concert-goers and LEOs who spoke of a second shooter.

 

We have the Dallas dictabelt experiment which in its limited fashion suggested a fourth shot.

 

In the Ambassador pantry, the tape shows eight shots from Sirhan's Iver Johnson .22 and five from Ace Security Guard Thane Eugene Cesar's H & R 922, the latter uniquely qualified to have inflicted the four down-to-up, right-to-left, back-to-front, point-blank shots on the candidate per medical examiner Thomas Noguchi.

 

To the enigma of Paddock and his life of mystery, and to the plethora of puzzles encompassing the how and why of his alleged action, we add an inconvenient hypothesis that the government's standard lone gunman without accomplices is not the truth.

 

When the solution is oversaturated the angry cynicism is precipitated from suspension and we publicly acknowledge we live in interesting times.

 


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Posted 10 October 2017 - 05:30 PM

So the differences in "pitch" that we noted earlier are explained.


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Posted 11 October 2017 - 10:03 AM

We are continuing to get a critical amount of contradictory information from the authorities with regards to the events of October 1st in LV.  As our friend Charles Drago was always quick to point out, this plays into the hands of the PTB by creating cognitive dissonance.

 

An examination of the basic information surrounding the LV shooting shows one of two possibilities: 1) an evolving narrative shaped to create a sense of synergy between the "facts" and the prescribed outcome, or 2) an unimaginable level of incompetence on the part of the investigating bodies.

 

1. The shooter checked in to the hotel on September 28th.  Now, the shooter checked in on September 25th.  (Go to ANY hotel on the planet and they can tell you in less than 10 seconds when a guest checks in to their room).

 

2. The security guard was shot and killed after the shooting began.  Now, the security guard was responding to an alarm (door was blocked open) and was shot and killed approximately 5 minutes BEFORE the shooting began.

 

3. The security guard was killed as the shooter fired 200 shots through his hotel room door.  Available photos, with crime scene tape, depict a door that has had nothing anywhere near 200 shots of .223 or 7.62 fired through it.

 

4. The shooter had 17 firearms in his room.  Now, the shooter had 23 firearms in his room.  (it's not like they missed it by just one... ).

 

Now, if the shooter was there for 6 days, where is the video of him going about on the Mandalay Bay property?  Why hasn't anything been produced?

 

If the security guard was shot and killed BEFORE the shooting began, why did it take 90 minutes for SWAT to respond to the room?  Did no one on that hallway, or in the rooms above or below call to report the location of the shooter?

 

Why is the MSM ignoring the acoustical analysis?  Why is the MSM only presenting a redacted version of the cabbie's 18 minute video which clearly depicts two distinct firearms firing?


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Posted 12 October 2017 - 02:10 AM

I invite everyone interested in tracking USG false flags to read Wendy S. Painting, PhD, Aberration in the Heartland of the Real: The Secret Lives of Timothy McVeigh.

 

Consider the anomalies in these matters, the evolving narrative--the moving finger writes, and the heel of the palm erases the whiteboard behind.

 

5.0 out of 5 stars

The Most Complete Map of the Terra Cognita of OKBomb and Its Designated Demon
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on October 15, 2016

 

I find the author quite modest in her disclaimer, “this book is neither complete nor definitive.”

 

It is a meticulous crawl over every square centimeter of the OKBomb aquarium.

 

Further, it is exceptional in that it is entirely devoid of speculation, idle, informed, or otherwise.

 

We who watched the drama of Waco develop, the winds of demonization whipped up to a crescendo of flaming retribution, found the echo in the Greek chorus of wailing and gnashing of teeth and the gotcha beartrap of Cotton Mather v. Timothy McVeigh.

 

The kimono suffered initial wardrobe malfunction with Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, The Secret Life of Bill Clinton: The Unreported Stories.

Twenty years on, Painting has expanded the canvas in every direction and increased the resolution.

 

The reader will find the greatest clarity possible of the major anomalies which give the lie to the official version, McVeigh was the sole witch duly burned, case closed.

 

McVeigh seemed to move in a world of informants. The premier federal agency of investigation investigated very little, spending its efforts in witness intimidation—or elimination—evidence tampering, suppression, destruction, distortion.

 

Louis Jolyon West the core figure of post-Gottlieb manipulation permeates the Timothy tapestry in person and surrogate.

 

The prosecution concealed so much throughout, and obtained judicial sanction of restriction of investigation, as to provoke the reader to wonder why the lady doth protest too much.

 

Eyewitness accounts of others unkown—often directing the action—were systematically sanitized.

 

Videotapes were confiscated, fed into the memory hole, never to have existed.

 

Andreas Karl Strassmeir of German military intelligence, another of the too obvious agents provocateur, is allowed to do the Saudi exit after the deluge.

 

The author considers all the available templates thus far applied, favoring none.

 

Glimpses, the flashcards of a parallax view of yet another terror event, include a witness to possible preplacement of charges.

Bomb squad personnel on-scene prior to the event.

 

The sighting of a second Ryder truck, a second John Doe Number Two, a possible Nichols-Youssef meeting.

 

The persistent habit of witnesses to a wider web dying.

 

And throughout the author soldiers on, gathering data, checking sources, adding documents, interviewing more witnesses and peripherals—

--and steadfastly refusing to speculate.

 

This work is invaluable—fearlessly providing every possible pixel; volunteering none.

 

In the view of this reviewer:

 

The thrust of the event is as a counterstroke to Waco.

 

The Waco-OKBomb twin star is a special form of the strategy of tension, what Eric Wilson describes as “the spectacle of the false flag”

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Not discussed is the improbability that the alleged explosive device caused the damage presented, nor the bizarre haste in sealing the site and destroying the evidence.

 

In Richard Cottrell, Gladio: NATO’s Dagger at the Heart of Europe, former UK foreign secretary the late Robin Cook deems terror events the work of intelligence agencies.

 

Surely OKBomb, which as Evans-Pritchard pointed out, got Clinton eleven points and re-election, inspired Putin’s false flag bombing of Moscow apartments which vaulted him to permanent power, a cynical gambit stipulated by Alexander Litvinenko and Yuri Felshstinsky, Blowing Up Russia.

 

Waco-OKBomb demonized opposition to imperial government, the recidivist monarchism of the Beltway Borg, allowed irreversible inroads into the protection of the Fourth Amendment, began the characterization of freedom activists as domestic terrorists.

 

The context of the official fable of one troubled individual’s solo act is familiar to students of the assassinations in which impossible ballistics are accomplished by the deus ex machina of a demon.

 

While the academic’s seven-hundred-page panoply of the event in context is devoid of any j’accuse, it will be as placidly received as Ravel’s Bolero.

For even in the highly-detailed travel brochure written in objective voice, the chain-linked ruins in the Heartland are one more rest stop on the highway to Hell.

 

I wholeheartedly recommend Aberration as the most complete extant map of the terra cognita of Oklahoma City and its designated demon.

 

END REVIEW

 

We hear the words of Salandria and Fonzi warning us they planned these coverups to fail, that our work is not as theorists but as dogged pursuers of truth.

 

The extant event has all the earmarks of a contrivance intended to be consumed as a packet of propaganda purposed to alter policy and constrain freedom.

 

The lone nut is on a different floor.  The story remains the same.  


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Posted 18 October 2017 - 07:25 PM

It appears The Mighy Wurlitzer will never run out of tunes, Long live the official narratives, unexamined and unchallenged. Phil refers to the troika consisting of government, media and academia. It looks like there are a few more spokes to add to that wheel, such as Hollywood and now even professional sports seeking to shape and mold our perceptions of reality to create a unified core of public opinion. More and more of us are not buying what they're trying to sell. The crescendo of  the "Hate Trump" message from every quarter is truly getting old. They fail to see that few are buying their product. They still believe their echo chamber cacaphony is working ,even after the lessons of their faulty Presidential election polls. Interesting times indeed.


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