Ooh, ooh, I know. It’s because real journalists aren’t supposed to initiate criminal conspiracies and then report on the people that they talk into participating in them, just like cops aren’t supposed to initiate criminal conspiracies and then arrest the people that they talk into participating in them. That’s why no real news outlet will give O’Keefe a forum to present his videos.
October 23, 2016 at 5:10pm
It doesn’t matter what anybody thinks. Nobody has ever proved it, and nobody has claimed that he has done it recently enough that he could be prosecuted even if it could be proved.
[-1] October 23, 2016 at 4:51pm
God is always watching, but in case you never noticed, the right person doesn’t always win in every election, so you really shouldn’t count on Him to do anything more than watch.
Sov's right. Adam is no relation.
he was great in Firefly, though!
You can't.... I mean....
We are the dumb ones who know that CO2 and CFCs are heavier than air and don't "blanket" the earth. Yet YOU GUYS can't even get clear in your heads the difference between The Shadow and Firefly.
 October 22, 2016 at 10:04pm
Update: Mr. Rushing subsequently swore off Krispy Kreme, switched to Dunkin Donuts, and was arrested again when the same cops mistook powdered sugar for heroin.
[-4] October 22, 2016 at 6:26pm
If he didn’t want people to focus on something stupid, petty, nasty and dishonest, he shouldn’t have said anything stupid, petty, nasty and dishonest.
[-3] October 22, 2016 at 6:16pm
Well, that’s kind of good in a way, because it shows that, contrary to all his public bluster and balderdash, even he understands that he is not going to win the election, because even he must have some understanding that if he did win, he would have more important things to occupy his time.
[-1] October 22, 2016 at 6:24am
No, they are no than P.O’d voters, and if they do anything crazy, there will just be a few less of them to vote against her next time.
[-1] October 22, 2016 at 6:17am
No, voter fraud does exist, but just barely. It ‘s been a long time since it was anywhere near rampant enough to swing a national election. To commit fraud on a scale sufficient scale to steal the election would represent almost as great a logistical challenge as winning fair and square. It would take a genius of fraud, a Napoleon of sleaze, a man who has dedicated a lifetime to looking out for number one and treating all others as tools to be used and cast aside. That’s why I’m a little worried about it this year.
And no, we would not accept an apparent Trump victory at face value, nor should we, and there is nothing hypocritical about that. If your cow loses a race against my horse, you should just pay up any money you were dumb enough to bet on it, but if my horse loses a race against your cow, I would be a fool not to smell a fix.
[-1] October 21, 2016 at 10:33pm
I hope to God that Trump is just the delusional egomaniac he appears to be. I’m starting to worry that there might be a sane motive behind his ravings about the election being rigged. Maybe he has already implemented a plot to rig the election in his own favor. Maybe this whole lunatic meltdown act is just a ploy to lure all the responsible politicians of both parties who would have the stature and standing to challenge an obviously phony Trump victory into preemptively undermining their own credibility by making statements dismissing the possibility of a rigged presidential election.
You can't have it both ways Grover. Either voter fraud doesn't exist or it's so rampant someone can rig an election with it.
Don't fool yourself into thinking the left would accept Trump winning. If he wins the first thing that will happen is the left will sue and demand recounts in multiple states all the while refusing to admit they lost. If they are forced to admit it after months of stonewalling they will then spend the next four years saying he isn't "really" president simply because they don't want to face the reality of their loss.
Trump's been too busy holding rallies and meeting people.
call the nurse sewerpipe, your depends are full.
 October 21, 2016 at 7:17pm
I mean they did used to say that she was the first artist ever to win a People’s Choice Award by sleeping with most of the judges.
 October 21, 2016 at 7:15pm
Well, I’m from New York, so for all I know, I might have already gotten mine when we were both much younger and she wasn’t Madonna yet.
I mean they did used to say that she was the first artist ever to win a People's Choice Award by sleeping with most of the judges.
 October 21, 2016 at 5:33pm
You only know all of this from information provided by Russian spies violating the privacy of American citizens, and you are trying to use it hurt a victim of their hacking, and help someone who traitorously publicly encouraged the Russians to commit further acts of espionage against her. So what?
Evidence? Right... The sleazy folks in Washington say it's the Russians... Like that propaganda cool aid much?
Nope - not the Russians, Grover. Patriotic Americans.
Actually the bankers who sat in on her speeches knew, her aides and close confidants knew, foreign gov leaders knew, high officials in critical gov agencies knew, heads of MSM knew and some of their well connected journalists knew, and some in secret service and DOS security knew - before the leaks. But it was all designed to keep the masses in the dark. Well the light of truth has revealed her duplicity and criminality and self serving arrogance.
 October 21, 2016 at 1:10am
Childbirth is inherently dangerous, RememberCTR. Even in the United States, the maternal mortality rate is about one in 10,000. It’s a risk well worth taking if you want to have a child, but it is a level of risk nobody would ever voluntarily assume for any lesser reason. If there were a one in 10,000 risk of dying whenever you drove a car, you wouldn’t drive one. If there were a one in 10,000 risk of dying whenever you eat cheese, nobody would ever eat it. If there were a one in 10,000 risk of dying whenever you drink beer, even I would cut down a little.
[-2] October 21, 2016 at 1:00am
My comment is not conflicting itself, kdupreeli, you just don’t read very well. I’m for guns, and I’m for abortion.
October 20, 2016 at 8:20pm
I’m quite sure zip, that all of our enemies googled it before this morning, and before last night, because that makes sense.
[-1] October 20, 2016 at 7:01pm
“Nasty woman” and keep you in suspense” may be the two moments that the press is talking about, but there was a third that was even more embarrassing and destructive to the Trump presidential fantasy. When Hillary Clinton mocked his ravings about the election being rigged by pointing out that he had claimed that the Emmy Awards were rigged when The Apprentice didn’t beat The Amazing Race, instead of trying to bring the discussion back to the election, or even lying and saying he never said that (which, if he hadn’t worn it out already, this might have been the one right time to try), the big stupid baby was actually dopey enough to blurt out, “should have gotten it.”
Yes, big stupid baby, your admirers are petty and infantile, and they want you to be petty and infantile, but there is a right and a wrong kind of infantile pettiness, and that is the wrong kind. When you make people angry, you make your dumb, angry admirers happy, but when people are laughing at you contemptuously, and even your dumbest admirers cannot deny that we are right to laugh at you, then that makes them feel like we are laughing at them, which we are, and that will make them so angry they will turn against you even if they hurt themselves, just like you do whenever anybody makes you angry.
[-3] October 20, 2016 at 6:40pm
I agree with what you say, but I had to downvote your comment for using the word literally incorrectly. Where are these literal tables that you think you are going to turn, and how do you plan to get all of the conservative Blaze readers to sit down with you at them in the first place?
 October 20, 2016 at 6:31pm
Har de har har. No, Sailplansailor, no they did not.