UNLEASH THE TRUMPENING





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  1. NO means NO!

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  2. […] UNLEASH THE TRUMPENING […]

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  3. watch her body language. she’s being very, very honest. compare her natural body language to any video of clinton, where every move and gesture is controlled and calculated.

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  4. This video makes me furious.

    [CH: if this is the original lara, nice to see you back.]

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  5. CRY HAVOC, AND LET SLIP THE FROGS OF WAR

    [CH: perfect]

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  6. Serious question: IN my mind I still find myself drawn to the Clintons. Like I know all the bad things they’ve done but my mid just doesn’t register it. Why is that? Seeing this woman crying, I can tell she isn’t lying. But when I see the Clintons, I don’t see Bill raping it Hillary lying. There must be some level of split psychosis with Clinton supporters. What is making them stick to her?

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  7. This is textbook cognitive dissonance. You see the affable, “I feel your pain” empathetic Bill Clinton and form a positive feeling toward him. Subsequently you see the above Broderick video describing a violent, vicious, indeed malevolent Bill Clinton. Moreover her account is not only convincing, it has, I believe, the added advantage of being true. This Truth about the “real” Bill Clinton conflicts with your original warm and fuzzy feeling toward the Slickster. You don’t want what you’ve seen and heard in the Broaderick video to be true, to represent the *real* Bill Clinton because then you’d also have to admit that you’ve been taken in, that your belief about him based on that original feeling was not just wrong, it was way wrong. People don’t like to admit they’ve been deceived and will go to great lengths to avoid recognizing it and admitting it, even to themselves. After all, if you were so wrong about him, what other false beliefs might you have? If your judgment is so defective, then what can you depend on to guide yourself through life? Strong blocks to get around, for sure.

    If you can’t see Hilary lying, despite the continual examples (see for example, the WikiLeaks e-mail showing that her *real* support is actually for TPP and Open Borders), then that’s something different and even more profound, akin to the people who thought that the guy in the car rental commercials couldn’t *really* have savagely murdered two people.

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  8. Why aren’t I 50 points ahead, you might ask!!!!!!!!!!!!! O^O

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  9. on October 9, 2016 at 4:23 pm Carolus Galviensis

    I’ll play the devil’s advocate here.
    First, why was Juanita Broadrick so foolish as to let a man into her room?
    Secondly, why didn’t Juanita immediately after Bill’s departure call the police to inform them that she been violated?
    She sounds convincing as she puts on the agony but perhaps she is just a good actress. Actresses who don’t sound convincing are simply not good actresses.
    Perhaps she was sexually attracted to Bill and her panty hose was damp from her juices but she didn’t want to ‘go the whole way’ on their first ‘date’ (“I’m not an easy lay”) and would have been happy to settle for ‘heavy petting’, soixante-neuf or mutual masturbation? Perhaps her beef was that Bill ‘came too soon’ instead of ‘arriving on time’, thus depriving her of the orgasm she was panting for?
    Perhaps she was ‘devastated’ because Bill — after he spurted 200 grams of high quality alpha male semen into her soaking vagina — had promised to phone her the next day and send her to the moon but didn’t.
    We will never know. Truth hides behind its own shadow. It’s ‘he said, she said’ and behind closed doors shit often happens but there is nothing the rule of law can do about it.

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  10. on October 9, 2016 at 4:30 pm Carolus Galviensis

    Just testing to see whether the comments function works for me.

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  11. Trump or not but since when do the manosphere guys believe rape accusations without any proof whatsoever?

    Being consistent is the essential trait of a man.

    [CH: this is war for survival of the nation. we are using the weapons of the left to crush them to dust. as for the specific case, broadderick is way more believable than for instance “jackie” at uva. and there is an incontestable history of bill clinton having his way with hundreds of women and lying about it bald-faced to the general public. it’s not a stretch to think his sociopathy extended to the bedroom.]

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  12. This is textbook cognitive dissonance. You see the affable, “I feel your pain” empathetic Bill Clinton and form a positive feeling toward him. Subsequently you see the above Broderick video describing a violent, vicious, indeed malevolent Bill Clinton. Moreover her account is not only convincing, it has, I believe, the added advantage of being true. This Truth about the “real” Bill Clinton conflicts with your original warm and fuzzy feeling toward the Slickster. You don’t want what you’ve seen and heard in the Broaderick video to be true, to represent the *real* Bill Clinton because then you’d also have to admit that you’ve been taken in, that your belief about him based on that original feeling was not just wrong, it was way wrong. People don’t like to admit they’ve been deceived and will go to great lengths to avoid recognizing it and admitting it, even to themselves. After all, if you were so wrong about him, what other false beliefs might you have? If your judgment is so defective, then what can you depend on to guide yourself through life? Strong blocks to get around, for sure.

    If you can’t see Hillary lying, despite the continual examples (see for example, the WikiLeaks e-mail showing that her *real* support is actually for TPP and Open Borders), then that’s something different and even more profound, akin to the people who thought that the guy in the car rental commercials couldn’t *really* have savagely murdered two people.

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  13. Tonight: The Trump Knight Rises

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