Tuesday, August 22, 2017

The Great Charlottesville Conspiracy

The conflagration in Charlottesville is beginning to feel like a set up, perhaps weeks, or months in the planning. Planned by whom?. Time may tell.

Patricia McCarthy, writing in, "The American Thinker," on August, 18th.

Actually we don't have to wait for time to identify the evil doers. Ms. McCarthy was ready to name names that day and she certainly did. Among them are Charlottesville mayor, Mike Signer, billionaire progressive, George Soros, Virginia governor, Terry McAuliffe, and yes--you guessed it--Barack, by God, Obama.

So what evidence does Patricia McCarthy have that proves these evil schemers plotted the recent mayhem in Thomas Jefferson's home town? Well, as always with right ring conspiracies the details are a little vague.

The title of the article in question is, "Charlottesville and Its Aftermath: What if it was a Setup?" When speaking of the governor, mayor, and Mr. Soros she wrote, "What if Signer and McAuliffe, in conjunction with Antifa and other Soros funded groups like Black Lives Matter, planned and orchestrated what happened in Charlottesville and meant for events to unfold roughly as they did?"

She addressed the motives of the "Unite the Right" demonstration organizer, Jason Kessler this way, "What if he is a ringer, a phony who revels in riling up some crazy people for some political purpose? We know the left is skilled in all manner of dirty tricks."

As for the alleged mad Kenyan? "We know Obama and his inner circle have set up a war room in his D.C. home to plan and execute resistance to the Trump administration and his legislative agenda."

When it came to the violence she wrote, "The local police at some point, on whose orders we don't know, turned the pro statue groups toward the Antifa and BLM groups, many of whom were armed with lethal weapons--soda cans filled with cement, bottles filled with urine, baseball bats and boards with screws protruding to do maximum harm, and improvised flame throwers. These are the people who initiated the violence."

So there we have the proof ultra right wing cranks are ready to run with. Three, "what ifs" followed by an, "on whose orders we don't know." All of it anchored by an accusation, which has been repeatedly debunked, that Barack Obama is operating a nefarious war room in his den and the assumption most of the white nationalists in Charlottesville were there only because of their love of statues.

And that's before you realize the conspirators had to go all in on Trump screwing the pooch. Indeed, if he hadn't spontaneously equated Nazi and KKK thugs with the people protesting them the whole plot would have been for nil and might have backfired terribly. That's a pretty hefty bet on a man who might just be the most unpredictable person on the planet not living in the the Philippine Islands.  

First term Idaho state legislator, Bryan Zollinger was so inspired by McCarthy's detective work he posted her piece on his Facebook page last Friday. When someone sent him a message saying the whole notion was bats he responded with, "I'm not saying it is true, but I am suggesting it is completely possible."

After the reviews continued to be negative the stupid wanker repeated his two bit excuse, "I'm not saying it's true" he wrote, "but I am suggesting it is completely plausible." Then, in a flash of regret, or perhaps reality, he added, "In hindsight maybe it was a mistake to post it. I didn't mean to ruffle any feathers."


Honestly, we should have expected malignant horse shit such as this. In fact, given what we know about the goofs on the uber right the only real surprise here is it took this long for one of the crazy fucks to come up with it.

Hey, if these clowns can say the slaughter at Sandy Hook never happened, labeling gangs of Nazis as nothing more evil than, "pro statue groups," then laying the blame on everyone, but them is sheer child's play. As is implicating two perennial bugaboos, Obama and Soros and their newly minted henchmen, Terry McAuliffe and Mike Signer.

Let's face it, The Big Orange Guy's base will never be convinced he is a run amok liar with a terminal hard on for autocrats and white nationalists. The reason they won't is frighteningly simple. As we've seen far too often lately, they are even crazier than he is and they're proud of it.

Personally, I've had it with the gruesome bastards. Next stop for me is Maggie's Farm in Manitou Springs, followed by a week on some mountain that reaches far above the tree line.

Yes--blue skies, cool breezes, and utter silence. It's just what my personal physician, the eminent, Dr. Evans ordered for my well being.

So, hasta luego, mis amigos. I shall return.


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