Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Paul Horner, writer of fake news about 2016 election, found dead

Paul Horner, writer of fake news about 2016 election, found dead

He may be one of the more influential people that nobody ever heard of.

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  1. Hmmm... this guy's fake news allegedly put Trump in the White House? And he dies of an "accidental overdose"? Oh sure... let's see...where did I put that deed to the piece of property I have in AZ that has that marvelous ocean view?

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  2. Yeah, people who run afoul of the Russians never end up dead.

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  3. Well, I think the source of this little incident can be assigned a whole lot closer than Russia. But then, i'm just saying...

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  4. The Gentard is trying to say that Hillary can add another name to her endless body count list, because obviously putting a hit on Mr. Fake News almost a year after the election is really going to put her in the White House. Stupidity abounds among Trumpanzees.

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    1. I just love it when people who are afraid to put their name or a handle on their comments start throwing out insults.

      And since YOU brought it up, Mr. "I'm too scared to list a name or a handle so I'll just put down Unknown", if you have missed her latest campaign - blaming everybody except herself for her loss - something like this could very easily be nothing more than just cleaning up the dead ends (pun intended) and / or getting even.

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    2. So, your real name is Mr Gent?

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    3. No. It's my handle.

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    4. You're more or less anonymous as well unless somebody wants to go to the trouble of looking you up, which would only make a difference if you use that handle elsewhere.

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    5. I use that handle pretty much everywhere and I don't really care if anyone looks it up. At least I put one out there, which is better than good ol' "unknown", which has no chance whatever of being searched.

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  5. Get back to me when this reaches a "there is evidence" level of credibility

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    1. There will never be that type of evidence, the Clintons are too slick.

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  6. You're giving them way too much credit.

    F'rinstance, I recall something about a dress with jizz on it...

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    1. One could say they learned from their mistake?

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  7. ...so the total lack of a factual basis proves your point?

    Stop! Back away from the hoopsteak! You can still avoid vanishing up your own conspiracy-theory bunghole!

    Seriously, you're a smart guy, but check yourself.

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