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Rabid Republicans wasted millions of tax dollars and thousands of manhours NOT finding a single crime Hillary committed, and they demand she be "locked up". These same cretins watch a stream of eye-witness testimony proving their Toad committed Bribery, extortion, witness tampering and lying to FBI and other investigators and pretend nothing happened.

 

Now they want someone outside their bubble to think a decades old suicide was really Joe's fault?

 

Do wish they'd just admit they will support Satan himself so long as he does maximum harm to non-white people and women of all races and be done with the charade of "swamp draining outsiders".

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PanJ knows facts are irrelevant in Trump World, where they never met a radical right wing Trump conspiracy theory they would question. That's why they're Trump supporters. 

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If she had help, the police couldn't find any trace of it. Isn't that good enough?

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Did you see the police report? Even if you did some times the police do not do a though investigation.
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KidBoy2:   Sounds kind of suspicious ...did she have "help" in the fall?

 

 

If she had help, the police couldn't find any trace of it. Isn't that good enough?

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May 25, 2020 .... He's tweeted about it on multiple occasions since 2017, but has ramped up the attacks in recent weeks, issuing missives about "Cold Case Joe Scarborough" five times in the last month. (Again, the circumstances around Klausutis' death are settled—it's not cold, or a case.)



.... Donald Trump has made a habit of disseminating conspiracy theories when he wants to direct attention away from his administration's failings—just look at the way he created "Obamagate" from thin air in the midst of his mishandling of a pandemic. So it's not surprising that this Memorial Day weekend, with the nation mourning nearly 100,000 killed by the coronavirus, including tens of thousands of deaths experts say might have been prevented, Trump hit Twitter to promote another completely baseless theory.



Illinois representative Adam Kinzinger condemned Trump's spreading of the "completely unfounded conspiracy."

"Just stop," he tweeted. "Stop spreading it, stop creating paranoia. It will destroy us."



We've always known that Trump is no consoler-in-chief, but.... the president's behavior is a deep affront to a nation in mourning.

https://www.esquire.com/news-politics/a32660108/trump-joe-scarborough-conspiracy-theory-kinzinger/

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The “cold case” to which Mr Trump refers is the death of 28-year-old Lori Klausutis, a former intern of Mr Scarborough’s who was found dead in his district office while he was still serving as a congressman in 2001. Her death was not ruled suspicious; she sustained a fatal head injury when she fell thanks to a heart episode.

Sounds kind of suspicious ...did she have "help" in the fall?

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@KidBoy2 wrote:
The “cold case” to which Mr Trump refers is the death of 28-year-old Lori Klausutis...

May 25, 2020 .... He's tweeted about it on multiple occasions since 2017, but has ramped up the attacks in recent weeks, issuing missives about "Cold Case Joe Scarborough" five times in the last month. (Again, the circumstances around Klausutis' death are settled—it's not cold, or a case.)

 

.... Donald Trump has made a habit of disseminating conspiracy theories when he wants to direct attention away from his administration's failings—just look at the way he created "Obamagate" from thin air in the midst of his mishandling of a pandemic. So it's not surprising that this Memorial Day weekend, with the nation mourning nearly 100,000 killed by the coronavirus, including tens of thousands of deaths experts say might have been prevented, Trump hit Twitter to promote another completely baseless theory.

 

Illinois representative Adam Kinzinger condemned Trump's spreading of the "completely unfounded conspiracy."

"Just stop," he tweeted. "Stop spreading it, stop creating paranoia. It will destroy us."

 

We've always known that Trump is no consoler-in-chief, but.... the president's behavior is a deep affront to a nation in mourning.

https://www.esquire.com/news-politics/a32660108/trump-joe-scarborough-conspiracy-theory-kinzinger/

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The “cold case” to which Mr Trump refers is the death of 28-year-old Lori Klausutis, a former intern of Mr Scarborough’s who was found dead in his district office while he was still serving as a congressman in 2001. Her death was not ruled suspicious; she sustained a fatal head injury when she fell thanks to a heart episode.

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-politics/trump-tweet-psycho-joe-scarborough-msn...

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It certainly isn't so, despite Trump's insanely accusing "Morning Joe" of murdering an intern years ago when he was in Congress. One guy on Twitter, as cited by the HuffPost, in a burst of epithets rivaling Shakespeare's, depicts Trump as a "vulgar unhinged morally-bankrupt sweaty warthog." How apt!

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