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« on: July 16, 2017, 06:42:31 am »

Arkancide is the unfortunate habit of potential witnesses to the Clintons' dirty dealings in Arkansas suddenly deciding to shoot themselves twice in the back of the head. Police and Coroners in Arkansas, notably Fahmy Malak who answered to Governor Bill Clinton, automatically described these shootings as "suicides."

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« Reply #1 on: July 16, 2017, 07:15:34 am »

Arkancide is the unfortunate habit of potential witnesses to the Clintons' dirty dealings in Arkansas suddenly deciding to shoot themselves twice in the back of the head. Police and Coroners in Arkansas, notably Fahmy Malak who answered to Governor Bill Clinton, automatically described these shootings as "suicides."

http://www.arkancide.com/


I suppose the Miami Medical examiner is controlled by the Clinton's as well--by what? Svengali hypnosis?

A popular  conspiracy theory in Arkensas is a doozy:

" In 1994, The Clinton Chronicles, a propaganda video purporting to connect Bill Clinton to various crimes, was released. The deaths of Ives and Henry were among those to which Bill Clinton was supposedly connected. The Clinton Chronicles advanced the conspiracy theory that, while governor of Arkansas, Clinton had a connection to a scandal involving large shipments of cocaine, guns, and money from Central America passing through Arkansas at the Mena Intermountain Municipal Airport. It further speculated that the two boys had been murdered after stumbling upon a shipment moving through Saline County that night in August 1987."


I know facts won't persuade you, but for the reasonable minds out there:
http://www.snopes.com/politics/clintons/bodycount.asp
http://www.snopes.com/monica-petersen-killed/

Finally Beast, answer me this:  How do thirty-yea-old "conspiracies" matter in the politics of 2017?  If you can come up with a better reason than pure distraction, I'd like to hear it.
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« Reply #2 on: July 16, 2017, 07:25:50 am »

Arkancide is the unfortunate habit of potential witnesses to the Clintons' dirty dealings in Arkansas suddenly deciding to shoot themselves twice in the back of the head. Police and Coroners in Arkansas, notably Fahmy Malak who answered to Governor Bill Clinton, automatically described these shootings as "suicides."

http://www.arkancide.com/


I suppose the Miami Medical examiner is controlled by the Clinton's as well--by what? Svengali hypnosis?

A popular  conspiracy theory in Arkensas is a doozy:

" In 1994, The Clinton Chronicles, a propaganda video purporting to connect Bill Clinton to various crimes, was released. The deaths of Ives and Henry were among those to which Bill Clinton was supposedly connected. The Clinton Chronicles advanced the conspiracy theory that, while governor of Arkansas, Clinton had a connection to a scandal involving large shipments of cocaine, guns, and money from Central America passing through Arkansas at the Mena Intermountain Municipal Airport. It further speculated that the two boys had been murdered after stumbling upon a shipment moving through Saline County that night in August 1987."


I know facts won't persuade you, but for the reasonable minds out there:
http://www.snopes.com/politics/clintons/bodycount.asp
http://www.snopes.com/monica-petersen-killed/

Finally Beast, answer me this:  How do thirty-yea-old "conspiracies" matter in the politics of 2017?  If you can come up with a better reason than pure distraction, I'd like to hear it.
  Just like the fake new media, things only matter when they support the leftist agenda.  By the way, Snopes is run by the CIA.
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« Reply #3 on: July 16, 2017, 07:33:18 am »

Did your supply of aluminum foil to line your hat run out today?
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« Reply #4 on: July 16, 2017, 10:03:55 am »

I wouldn't say Snopes is run by the CIA, but they do have a leftist agenda.   

Like CNN, they used to be respected but now they are scummy.
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