Picture Of Ford Pulling A Train Has Been Found

Just imagine if a witness turned up with a very different story to tell.

WITNESS: “I didn’t know her name, everybody was calling her Amtrak.”
SENATOR: “Why did they call her that?”
WITNESS: “Because she kept saying ‘All aboard! Woo woo!'”

What if it turned out that the only guy at the party who didn’t hop aboard the train was the guy she has been obsessed with ever since?

This thread is officially open. All aboard!


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180 Responses to Picture Of Ford Pulling A Train Has Been Found

  1. Myiq2xu™ says:

    I spilled a Moutain Dew Code Red on my keyboard last night. Now the keys are sticking.

  2. SHV says:

    I’m still waiting for the 4Chan guys to start posting her “deleted” social media posts; odd that hasn’t happened. Saw a comment last night that the lack of “internet is forever” recovered posts strongly suggests that her social media on-line stuff was professionally scrubbed. That speculation goes along with DiFi having letter since July and still refuses to release it, “polygraph”, lawyered up since August, etc.

  3. Dora says:

    What Nonsense!

  4. lyn says:

  5. lyn says:

    More stalling effort: By Sheryl Gay Stolberg
    Sept. 20, 2018

    WASHINGTON — The woman who has accused Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh of sexual assault, in an apparent bid to jump-start negotiations, has told the Senate Judiciary Committee that she “would be prepared to testify next week,” so long as senators offer “terms that are fair and which ensure her safety,” according to an email her lawyers sent to committee staff members.

    In the email, obtained by The New York Times, the lawyer for Christine Blasey Ford said that testifying Monday — the timetable Republicans have set for a hearing — “is not possible and the Committee’s insistence that it occur then is arbitrary in any event.” The lawyer reiterated that it is Dr. Blasey’s “strong preference” that “a full investigation” occur before her testimony — wording that stopped short of demanding an F.B.I. probe and suggested she is open to testifying without one.

    Dr. Blasey has accused Judge Kavanaugh, President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, of sexually assaulting her when the two were in high school at a gathering of teenagers in Montgomery County, Md. Judge Kavanaugh has categorically denied the allegation and has said he would be willing to testify.

    In the email, addressed to top Republican and Democratic aides on the committee, the lawyer, Debra Katz, wrote that she would like to set up a call later on Thursday to “discuss the conditions” under which Dr. Blasey would be prepared to testify.

    “As you are aware, she has been receiving death threats, which have been reported to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and she and her family have been forced out of their home,” the email said. “She wishes to testify, provided that we can agree on terms that are fair and which ensure her safety.”

  6. John Denney says:

    Despite good economic indicators, a lot of people are barely making it, and not saving for retirement. The article says inflation is eating up any wage gains.


    Who controls inflation? The Fed.
    The true measure of inflation is the money supply, M1. I hope this link works . . .


  7. Somebody says:

    Do any of you remember high school parties? The one I really remember is the keg party that got raided. I narrowly escaped getting busted, twice 😋 I in fact know the year and season of that party, but can’t remember if it was January or February……pretty sure it was Feb.

    I remember that one because of the raid and narrowly escaping arrest……and the “ride” I got out of there, the aftermath, etc. I attended a lot of parties in high school and I have vague memories of many, but who hit on me or asked me to dance…..nameless, faceless guys……I remember a couple of guys I was hot for dancing with me, the rest, not so much.

    I just don’t believe that this woman is traumatized by some drunk copping a feel in high school 🙄 I’ve been through some shit in my life time, stalked, eventually tied up, held hostage, drugged and tortured by my stalker. Managed to roll out a 2nd story window with people below, while he was in another room. I’ve been through other things too. People have been through worse than me. We deal with it and move on. This bitch pisses me off with her stupid story.

    • lateblum says:

      Gosh, Somebody! That story is frightening. Glad you came out of it and are functioning at a normal level.
      And her story pisses me off too. Those effing Democrats are finding more and more ways to divide people. My daughter is furious with me that I don’t fall down and worship Ms Blasey-Ford. Because “women need to be believed”. I reminded her that her own brother was jailed and then had to go to court because of false charges and it took over a year to clear up the damage. Not only was he Innocent, he was not even in the state when the alleged attack took place. AND, he had never before then nor afterward been accused of nor participated in any violence against anyone. Ever.

      • Somebody says:

        At a normal level, hmmm? 😜

        That is terrible about your son, I’m glad he managed to clear his name. I’m surprised by your daughter, my liberal sister in CA isn’t buying Ford’s story.

        It does really bother me when women make wild claims like this, there are real victims out there. Every time a charlatan spews BS it lessens the chance real victims will come forward or be believed. Even if what this woman says is true, she is NOT traumatized by it 🙄 Although I don’t believe her.

        • dm says:

          Wow, your story sounds like a horrific ordeal. I’m glad you have managed to move on. A lot of women have horrible stories, the only ones I’ve heard that had repressed/recall issues involve child molestation or assault. I had a couple of close calls and recall exactly where I was and who was present. And I’m talking 35 years ago. I have real difficulty with her story. Seems more likely there are some mental health issues at play, as well as her TDS.

        • lateblum says:

          Some of the story may be true… just like some of bronco bama’s story might be true. The traumatized part is not believable to me.

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      My story is not nearly are frighting as Somebody’s and I am very very glad you got away. And lateblum 💗💗💗 – because I am not sure what bothers me more that your son had such a horrid experience or that his sister, having witnessed false accusations so close to home, does not even pause and say – hey there might be another side to this story.

      I think many of us have had stuff happen and then we learn to cope and move on. My worst stalker was one of my high school teachers . He would follow me about and would park near my house with binoculars (people called the police but parents kept getting him off saying they were seeing things – but the police kept all the records waiting for him to make a wrong move they could corner him on). creepy kept trying to find reasons I would have to go to his office [alone]. Never did. Older brothers do teach one a few things. Wrote very sick and weird notes and would attempt to get me into a corner. He also humiliated me as he would relate the dreams he said he had about me in class. In RELIGION class. Drop out seminarian. I swear, having encountered many, that there is a large percentage that are just bat shit crazy and/or creepy.

      In the end I staged my own protest and simply refused to go to his class. My parents backed me as did the assistant principal and the guidance counselor (both nuns – principal was a lay person). The principal was livid but as word got out all the other teachers started making sure I was never alone. One day he brazenly physically accosted me in front everyone in the cafeteria using language that would make a sailor blush so I hit him with the carton of chocolate milk I had in my hand on him. Next day I found my locker full of cartons of chocolate milk with notes like “hit him again “. His car and office door were plastered with chocolate milk, eggs and TP and other assorted fun stuff. I found out later several of my classmates had also complained about Creepy’s behavior and then told their parents who staged a protest of their own. Creepy was beat up by several students but the coaches on they saw nothing amiss in the gym. The claimed Creepy must have tripped and fallen off the stage.

      The assistance principal called the police and filed formal charges then went over the parent board and principal and demanded the bishop fire the guy. While waiting for his hearing he hid his background and got a position at another school and got right back into the same type of mess. The parents of the young girl at that school started asking questions and found out his past. He ended up in jail for pulling a knife and tossing it at the state trooper sent to arrest him. Between all the notes in his files and attacking an officer – That is where his parents ran out of luck.

      Other than that, I had a great time in high school although I was the one people always used as the reason they should be allowed to go to a party. To their parents, well Mt.Laurel is going . . .Parent assume party is on the up and up. Meanwhile Mt. Laurel has not clue about said party and the runs into parents at the grocery store . . fun ensues. I should note that the youngest two of my older brothers were more than a little notorious and as a result I was much more well mannered through my teen years. I had seen enough drama.

      • Somebody says:

        I’m glad creepy went to prison, I hope he was cellmates with Bubba. My stalker used a lead pipe to beat a neighbor I didn’t even really know unconscious. The man was trying to defend me and ended up in a wheel chair 😞 Then the nut case sat down on curb hands behind his back, huge smile I will never forget and waited for the arriving police to arrest him……result, he got off on insanity plea and was sent to the nut house. Apparently he had well documented mental issues 🙄

        He’s since been released. I know because law enforcement showed up at my door when the Gainesville murders were going years ago. The victims resembled me and there were some other similarities……OK, that’s enough of that. Hopefully he’s dead or too old and decrepit to get out of his own way.

      • mcnorman says:

        Jeebus Mt. Laurel, that’s some story. Betcha you can recall all sorts of details about that creep.

        • Mt.Laurel says:

          Yes. It has been over 40 years and I can still play out many of the various scenarios in my mind. I see my classmates in the halls and cafeteria chatting about dances and football games and colleges and choral practice. I can see the horrid notes that would be delivered to my home room mail box or handed to me by some unsuspecting freshman who thought it was just school stuff. I still can see everyone in each class and the exact seating arrangement for each subject. I still know my class schedule and where i was for each crappy encounter and when. I can feel my hot red face while some perv describes his dreams. I recall the looks on my classmates faces – mostly what we would now call WTF looks and after this type of unprofessional behavior was repeated over and over I see the faces of a few guys already planning on when to corner the weasel. In particular, I can see the stairwells and the long halls of doors and lockers while I quickly figure out who’s office might be nearby that I can get take sanctuary and then made a mental note of the best avoidance routes.

          I recall feeling a calm settle around me after dredging Creepy in chocolate milk. While I left behind a shocked and awed audience I walked up to the admin floor and right in the vice principals office and announced what I had done and why and that there were at least a couple hundred witnesses and I could name most of them (I did not know some of underclass students although I did know any that went to my grade school). The principal in the next office had the vapors. Poor guy. Early model soy boy known as a wimp. The nuns simply took charge and pushed him aside. My actions and the witnesses gave them the ammo they needed to deal with the problem once and for all and not just try and “get by” as the principal seemed to want to do. It did not make me hate men. It did help me understand that some people are just scum and that there are spineless creatures who can make things worse.

          This flurry of over the top #metoo vague imaginings and tall tales has really set me off. There are people out there who have had much worse experiences than me and yet the ones who get the attention from the msm and the wanna-bees and manipulators are sad sack crazies with a need to feel they have the power to ruin someone’s life just to keep their narrow minded world view from from being questioned.

    • lyn says:

      You all are super strong women! ❤

    • mcnorman says:

      “This bitch pisses me off with her stupid story.”


      When you encounter a situation like this phony says happened, details stick. Been there just like you Somebody. You don’t forget.

  8. lateblum says:

    I don’t know what to think about this, but it is interesting. I’d also love it to be true.


  9. helenk3 says:

    Was there a rear brakeman yelling two to go?

    • dm says:

      LOL! I love your railroad humor…bet those guys you worked with years ago had a lot of respect for you.

      • helenk3 says:

        yes they did. I had to earn it and teach them I would not put up with much. We got along great. I tried to work with them without breaking rules. It made it easier on everybody

  10. Dora says:

  11. helenk3 says:

    Engineer can be legally told to drop your pants and couple up.
    on the east coast there are electric trains, you have seen the wires. there is a pantagraph that connects the train to the wire. so when you need to add cars you drop your pants and couple up

  12. Dora says:

    Watch–Beto O’Rourke to Black American: Illegal Immigrant Labor Needed for Cotton Gin

    During a town hall event on Wednesday night, Rep. Beto O’Rourke (D-TX) — running against Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) for the Senate seat — told a black American who questioned his support of illegal immigration that illegal aliens from Central America and Mexico are today’s cotton pickers.


  13. votermom says:

    Finished binging thru Ozark on Netflix.
    great show, very dark

  14. elliesmom says:

    I saw this in a comment by n. n. at Althouse -“in order to mitigate the risk of witch, warlock, and baby trials, a fraudulent accusation will entail that the accuser receive the same sentence that would have been handed down to the accused.” I think this is a scathlngly brillian idea.

    • votermom says:

      I’m all for that

    • DeniseVB says:

      I remember Milo sharing a story being abused by a priest when he was 14, and he joked about it because he was gay and young gay men seem to appreciate a mentor when they couldn’t turn to anyone else. Of course, heads exploded, he got banned from everything.

    • John Denney says:

      God is rather brilliant, eh?

      “The judges must make a thorough investigation, and if the witness proves to be a liar, giving false testimony against a fellow Israelite, then do to the false witness as that witness intended to do to the other party. You must purge the evil from among you.” – Deuteronomy 19:18-19

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      I figured they were already getting them before Ms Crazy Look at Me Even though I’m no Sandra Dee. Now it must be off the charts because Ms Crazy and her reprehensible attorney seem to have used the pink hat whistle on its highest setting to call out the troops.

  15. Dora says:

    Release it now! Not next week!


    Fmr Scalia Clerk Expects “Compelling Evidence” To Exonerate Kavanaugh Next Week; Feinstein “Will Soon Be Apologizing”

    Judge Brett Kavanaugh will be exonerated of wrongdoing and will be confirmed to his post on the US Supreme Court, according to Ed Whelan – a former clerk to USSC Justice Antonin Scalia and current president of the Ethics and Public Policy Center (EPPC), a conservative think tank.


  16. 1539days says:

    The most annoying Senator right now is Mazie Hirono, who apparently plans to make her bones on this story. So far she has told men to “shut up” and called what Grassley is doing bullshit. Oh, and she takes money from a fellow Senator who hit his wife.

    • lateblum says:

      From the very first day of the hearings, I’ve been clenching my fists and gritting my teeth each time she opened her mouth. It seemed she was out for blood – Kavanaughs blood and PDJT’s as well. There was an evil feel to her. This was well before she began taking the mic any and every time it appeared outside the hearing room. She keeps getting worse.

    • Island Girl says:

      She needs to be put out for pastureland. Embarrassing in this land of wackos!
      GREAT POSTS my fellow high school nightmare girls, I have many too but here we are, stronger than ever to fight these evil liars who have no clue what we accomplished. xoxo 😘

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  18. elliesmom says:

    I was hoping the doppelganger was helping voluntarily, but the house plans and interior shots are from Zillow. The young photos are from a yearbook. I hope he doesn’t get caught up legally.

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  22. Dora says:

    New orders! Who does she think she is anyway?

    • DandyTIger says:

      She’s the boss of the Senate apparently, and they’re her bitches. Unless of course they say no. I’m placing bets that they’re her bitches. But we’ll see.

  23. 1539days says:

    I know this is an unpopular opinion, but I think the fact that some of the Republicans said they wanted a hearing actually turned out to be an advantage. I think the Dims were hoping the Republicans wouldn’t even want to talk to Ford. Instead, they called her bluff and she’s worried about being caught in a potential crime.

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  25. lyn says:

    WaPoop knows how to prevent rape.

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  33. DandyTIger says:

    Little change of pace

  34. Propertius says:

    You do realize that’s a Chevy Ranger, right?

  35. Dora says:

    He can still bring in the crowds. Another rally tonight. 🙂

  36. Dora says:

    Vanity: DiGenova said Ford Approached WaPo with her Story a Month Before the DiFi Letter


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  38. Dora says:

    Oh, that face!

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  40. Anthony says:

    STICKING MY HEAD UP FOR AIR – lots going on around here.

    My ex is going through either cognitive decline or valium abuse. Or both. I’ve been spending a lot of time keeping him out of danger, and also trying to get him to give me medical power of attorney so I can keep him safe in his own home, physically and emotionally well and secure. Lots of work, lots of hysteria, and then, there’s the rest of my life that looks like its turning into a bigger neglected mess than Detroit……. Will check in from time to time, but this issue has to be a priority.

    If anyone else has ever had to be there for a loved one going through this, please speak up. I need some encouragement.

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      If you expect to be doing this long term/indefinitely then make sure you keep yourself to a schedule that includes time for YOU. We’re not twenty-somethings who can go for days on nothing but coffee, liquor, and nicotine. Set aside time to eat, sleep, pray.

      Good luck.

    • mothy2017 says:

      Consider talking to a pro? Care taking can be a real drain and a pro can put things in perspective when you feel overwhelmed.

    • lateblum says:

      {{{Anthony}}} what you’re doing can only be described as a Herculean task. It’s gonna be tough. But you already know that. While you’re in the midst of this great act of love, don’t forget to take some time for yourself in whatever way you are able. If you think he needs to see a doctor, call yours or his, and ask questions. Don’t go through this alone. If you have questions, come here and ask them.
      Come here for a hug or a laugh or help.
      💗 💗 💗

      • lateblum says:

        Even making a cup of tea or opening the window and breathing in fresh air, or spending a few minutes doing a mindfulness exercise can be ways to care of yourself. I hope you’ll be able to do more than that. But even that little bit can be helpful. Also, stay “in the moment” rather than always thinking ahead for the next task or crisis. That looking ahead for crisis is a sure way to burn out more quickly.

      • foxyladi14 says:


    • DandyTIger says:

      When through something possibly like this with my dad. You definitely need help with it if we’re talking about cognitive decline as it tends to keep declining. As it gets worse, he will be more and more confused, he might decide he has a train to catch, and all sorts of crazy things. If that’s what it is, it won’t be possible to care for him alone. The hardest part is where it goes from living at home and almost seeming like he can sort of handling things, to where that line gets crossed. Take really good care of yourself because if it’s a mental thing, this is not a fun ride. But you can make a difference and help. The main thing is to get a medical checkup to see what might be going on. And then if it’s that, start planning for next steps. Happy to talk more. {{hugs}}

    • Ann says:

      Oh Anthony (((HUGS)))

      Get some CNA help once you have MPOA. It is costly, but at even a few hours a day (or overnight), it will allow you much-needed rest.

    • helenk3 says:

      prayers for both on you
      this may sound weird but remember those instructions on an airplane in case of emergency put your oxygen mask first. you can not help others unless you take care of you first.
      Good Luck

    • Somebody says:

      (((Anthony))) Been there done that myself, multiple times. Getting the POA or a medical guardianship signed is imperative. If you can’t then you have to rely on his medical team, in my MIL’s case that wasn’t a problem…….right now with my mom, not so much…..it varies.

      If this is dementia then it will only get worse. One of the best things you can do for him is set a routine, he should respond well to that if he’s not too far gone. As for medications, lock them up and you keep the key. Use one of those plastic pill things and put out only a week at a time. If that doesn’t work you may need to do a day at the time. If you put out a week and hitting the valium too much is an issue you’ll figure that out real quick. My dad took every one of his pain pills and muscle relaxers for a week in a 24 hour period when I locked his shit up. (To be fair he was terminal with ALS)

      You will most likely need help, even if he were to move in with you……you have a life and you need a break……trust me you will need a break! Start fishing around for help, if he can afford it hire an agency. If you find someone you really like you might be able to hire them for less than you’re paying the agency and pay them more than they’re making (this is illegal in some states and unethical, proceed accordingly). Check out local colleges. We hired a nursing student in the early days with my father. She was looking for work with elderly as part of a specific class, so once the semester was over she was gone. However, she turned us on to students taking classes to be medical techs. We ended up hiring several, but only kept 2 and not the 2 we thought in the beginning. Medical tech jobs pay $10-$12 an hour, that is less than you’ll pay an agency. Trust me they’d much rather work with one patient than work a floor at a hospital. They only have minimal medical training, but should have more than enough if he’s not too bad off.

      If it is dementia then it will reach a point where the above kind of help isn’t enough, but wait and cross that bridge when you get there. If you do hire people, it goes without saying lock up valuables, keep the check book, credit cards, etc.

      On a personal level, do an assessment of your obligations. Shed any that are time consuming with little pay back or that your heart isn’t in…….for me it was being on the board of our local PBS station and our HOA. It took me damn near a year to decide to simplify my life and I only did so when I HAD to due to demands on me (my father and MIL at the same time, OY) I wish I had dumped stuff much sooner, it would have lessened the stress in the early days. So do an honest evaluation and figure out what you can let go, you may not need the time now but you will soon. Everybody here has said to take time for yourself and you should, but good luck with that. When you become a caregiver it usually ends up consuming your life.

      There are several of us here that have been down that road. There are also discussion boards specifically for caregivers, you may not want to join or chat them up……but sometimes you can find invaluable little tips and tricks, so I would suggest surfing around. Once you know the specifics of what you are dealing with you most likely will find specific message and discussion boards on that topic for people taking care of someone with that specific issue.

      Your heart is in the right place my friend, we’re here, pop in when you get a chance.

    • elliesmom says:

      There are a lot of home care things insurance and/or medicare will pay for. If he’s not old enough for medicare to be standard, you can apply through disability. Before you out of pocket stuff, see what benefits he has. Then hire folks to do the things he needs done. An easy one is to get his meds changed to pill packs. Most pharmacies can do it for you. Be sure you get enough stuff done by others so some of the time you spend together is doing things you like to do. We’re getting through Elliesdad’s disability much better since I gave some of my routine tasks to someone else to do. Now instead of making a trip to the transfer station with our trash every week, it gets picked up, and we go out to lunch instead. Getting the house cleaned every week frees me up to invite more friends over and keeps him socially active. In the last 9 months or so, Elliesdad’s mood has improved a lot. My changes have been more making our home handicapped-accessible than dealing with dementia, but a lot of the stresses are the same. Making the bathroom so Elliesdad can bathe himself again was a real game changer. What a difference when he could get this important part of his agency back. Frustration can make people say and do things they really don’t mean. Caregivers need to be forgiving as frustrated as we get as well.

    • votermom says:

      will be praying for you and your ex

    • lyn says:

      Holler if you need anything, Anthony. Hugs.

    • Dora says:

      Anthony, you are a saint.

      Good luck with your patient, but please don’t neglect your own health.

      Check in with us when you can.

    • foxyladi14 says:

      sending Prayers ❤

    • Miranda says:

      Near the end, my grandfather turned violent to the point where he beat the shit out of my grandmother, and it took the police to subdue him. He seemed fragile, but was so strong in his rage and madness that my Mom and Aunt couldn’t get him off her. Secure knives, lighters (he tried to set himself on fire once), etc.

      I’m really sorry. This is a terrible thing.

    • Mt.Laurel says:


      The TCH’s have given some very good tips. I have had to take charge of a relatives who had medical problems that resulted in prescription drug problems on top of the medical problems and others with various types and degrees of dementia and others with chemo fog. The last was my mother. Mom lived with me for the last several years of her life and in the last two to three years developed severe sundowners and dementia. I was lucky that she realized she could no longer handle her meds properly and willing gave them over to me before the dementia starting really getting bad. I was not always that lucky – and sometimes that is where having an tech or nurse may help. My mother wanted me to do everything while other relatives liked the extra attention from another person.

      Meds taken at the wrong time,,wrong sequence, in the wrong amount or under the wrong conditions (e.g. some need to be taken with food, others no food for two hours) can make any other problems far worse and they often display mental and emotional distress not just physical. There will be times when the person you know may seem to disappear completely. It does not make is easier but it helps you own brain comprehend the very odd situations that may arise to know that is a distinct possibility. Some episodes are eerie when they see people or hear sounds that are not there and become increasingly fearful. Others can be very endearing when they relive positive moments in their life. I had more tea parties with imaginary friends and relatives with my mother as an adult than I did as a child.

      With Mom it became my second full time job but I kept my volunteer rescue work as my major outlet for being around other people that was not related to caring for relatives or dealing with work. Plus there is something to be said for kitten therapy. You do indeed need to make sure you leave time for yourself. Your photography might be one good outlet. Get out and about and find sights that help heal the soul.

      And come back to chat or vent or just hang out. So many here have been through it – there is a lot of understanding and empathy and just plain old fashioned good company.

  41. Dora says:

    Kavanaugh accuser Christine Blasey exposed for ties to Big Pharma abortion pill maker… effort to derail Kavanaugh is plot to protect abortion industry profits


  42. DeniseVB says:

    Ed Whelan issued a retraction to his tweet thread after taking it down. The lefty lynch mob is after him now (in thread comments). Probably put his head on a pike too.

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      The lynch mob is on it:

  43. helenk3 says:

    dr ford will she or won’t she

  44. lateblum says:

    I’m gonna leave this here because it’s too time consuming to look for the right mini-thread to fit it into. This #MeToo thing, along with the Blasey-Ford charges have unleashed the hounds of hell in this country. A 13y/o boy has been arrested in CO for sexual assault as a way to “teach him a lesson” for being “politically inappropriate”.

    • mothy2017 says:

      Read comments. Claim there is no reporting of this anywhere else so did a bing search. Zero results. Hmmmmmm? Fake or unreported?

      • Somebody says:

        Oh I hope this is fake, please let it be fake.

      • lateblum says:

        Thanks, Tim. If there are no other reports, perhaps it didn’t happen and for the sake of that child, I’m glad. I’d rather be fooled than have this story be true.

    • Somebody says:

      OMG that poor kid and his family. Who knows if he did or didn’t do anything, but the way this went down is inexcusable. Maybe he pinched one of them on the ass or tried to cop a feel……so what. He’s arrested and charged with a crime? What if he didn’t do anything? This is he said, she said. What if the girls grabbed him or pinched his ass? What if they were coming on to him?

      These are 13 year olds for goodness sakes and where is the youth minister in all of this? What kind of supervision is happening at youth night?

      This trend toward having kids arrested has been going on at least since the 90’s. Things that used to be settled by parents or school administrators are now grounds for criminal charges 🙄 I don’t know how or why things went off the skids, but they have and it’s been going on for decades.

    • dm says:

      Good. Now all we need is some firings, charges. He really captured their smug arrogance…it was just oozing from their pores.

  45. helenk3 says:


    this article is on point.
    a lot of the protesters went to college and became teachers. it is a cancer that has spread over the years

    • foxyladi14 says:

      Amish again?

    • votermom says:

      Authorities say a 52-year-old woman who works at the day care stabbed her female co-worker with a kitchen knife before stabbing three infants — all under one-month-old– and the father of one of the babies.

      Police sources identified the suspect as Yu Fen Wang.


      doesn’t sound like a real daycare, more like a “you take care of my babies for me and I pay you cash” thing
      very common in immigrant communities

  46. Dora says:

    Sen. Grassley sounds annoyed. And who can blame him?


    ‘What are Dems hiding?’ Grassley turns up the heat with an eye-opening demand for Feinstein

  47. lyn says:

  48. lyn says:

    • lyn says:

      This reply made me LOL.

      Anna Edlemann ‏ @7777Bluebird
      Apparently she forgot about this supposedly happening in the summer and said everybody was talking about it at school the next day. These people are not even good liars.
      3:02 PM – 20 Sep 2018

  49. helenk3 says:

    Life is Good. just found Taylor’s pork roll in Fla. Had a pork roll and egg sandwich

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