Was man who questioned Trump on Muslims a left wing plant?

Politics is overflowing with deceit these days, as the Progressive establishment pulls out all stops to fight the Conservative rear guard offensive.  The battle is pretty intense in the US at the moment, where Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump is taking it to the Democrat ruling cartel within the Republican Party, the Democrats who rule the MSM, and the Democrats in the ascendant political class.

The anti-Trump forces are in panic mode, because Trump seems impossible to stop. Every time Trump breaks some MSM convention, they proclaim he has “imploded”. They’re always wrong. Trump support continues to explode.

How to damage Trump? Well obviously the MSM and the RINOS and the political class have to think smart here. Does this “smart” thinking include sending a guy to ask fake questions?

On Thursday evening a man stood up at a Trump Rally in Rochester, New Hampshire and asked him this question.

“We have a problem in this country, it’s called Muslims. We know our current president is one. You know he’s not even an American- but anyway, we have training camps brewing where they want to kill us. That’s my question, when can we get rid of ’em?”

A photo of the questioner seems to identify him as the same guy who is suspected of trying the same trick back in 2013 to discredit the Tea Party.

Here’s a pic of the guy asking Trump the question-ScreenShot018

Here’s a pic of the guy at the Tea Party rallies.

Fake tea party guy

Same guy? You decide.

There are a few real journalists still left in the media, and some of them are trying hard right now to locate the guy in question. So far, no luck. He’s hiding. Why?

He perhaps intentionally garbled his name when asking the Trump question. He says he’s from White Plains, a town 250 miles from New Hampshire. That and the pictures are all there is to go on.

The guy will be found. What is the chance he’s a plant? My guess is pretty high.

PS- the Bill from White Plains who calls into the Imus show is a studio plant who works on the show. He’s not this guy, as some news sources have claimed.

 



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  1. Apologise for being kind of O/T – The Muslim loving PC Media are blowing a valve over comments by Dr Ben Carson. When he claims (I paraphrase) Sharia law loving Muslims are inconsistent with the US constitution and values and couldn’t be President.

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    • Ben Carson is a dickwad, but even a dickwad is entitled to an opinion.

      The bits of the Koran that Carson says are against the US Constitution are mirrored by bits in he Bible that are also against the constitution.

      The very first “Commandment” is at odds with the US Constitution in that it permits the worship of other gods, or no gods at all. The first commandment is negated by the First Amendment. Neat, eh?

      Then there’s also that sneaky bit in the US Constitution, Article IV para 3

      The Senators and Representatives before mentioned, and the Members of the several State Legislatures, and all executive and judicial Officers, both of the United States and of the several States, shall be bound by Oath or Affirmation, to support this Constitution; but no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States.

      But I guess Saul Alinsky went back in time to insert that while he was also posting Obama’s birth notice and certificate.

      You guys always let me start my day with a laugh!

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      • Jack, everything you say above is totally false or twisted to mislead. Which is typical or a liberal.

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        • Perhaps you could point out the bits that are “totally false” and explain where I have erred. But I doubt you can, unless you resort to the typical fundagelical route of Lying for Jesus.

          So, come on – prove me wrong.

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          • I will give you the benefit of the doubt, in that you are not just trolling and you actually would like a response as to why your statements are all false. Here goes:
            but even a dickwad is entitled to an opinion – Beside the ad hominem this is actually the only correct thing you say and I want you to remember this, Ben Carson was providing a personal opinion.

            The bits of the Koran that Carson says are against the US Constitution are mirrored by bits in he Bible that are also against the constitution.
            The very first “Commandment” is at odds with the US Constitution in that it permits the worship of other gods, or no gods at all. The first commandment is negated by the First Amendment. Neat, eh?

            Totally and utterly false – Muslim Sharia Law is above all other laws in the land (Saudia Arabia a great example), it is the law, it is a governing system. It effectively establishes a Theocracy and involves itself into every aspect of peoples lives, and involves civil and criminal law eg. What women can wear, whom you can date, how finance works, politics, they even have Sharia courts etc. All against the US Constitution not just the first Amendment.

            In no way is this mirrored in the bible. That is totally and blatantly false. Christianity does not teach or preach operational dominance over the body politic. The first commandment is about a personal relationship between man (as an individual) and God. It doesn’t establish a law of the land in fact Jesus taught against this. I can assure you that Christians would be up in arms and totally against a Christian Theocracy.

            Then there’s also that sneaky bit in the US Constitution, Article IV para 3
            The Senators and Representatives before mentioned, and the Members of the several State Legislatures, and all executive and judicial Officers, both of the United States and of the several States, shall be bound by Oath or Affirmation, to support this Constitution; but no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States.

            Again false due to your first point, Dr Carson was expressing an opinion on whether he would support a Muslim running for President. He wasn’t saying he would ban Muslims running for high office, which he couldn’t do. He was offering an opinion on whom he would and wouldn’t support which he is allowed to do by the way. In fact the Constitution 1st and 14th amendments allow and give him the right to do so.

            Let me ask you some questions – Do you believe the orthodox application of Sharia law is consistent with the US constitution? Would you support a Muslim that wanted to impose Sharia law? My assumption is you will answer no to both and in which case you are consistent and in agreement with Dr Carson. Congratulations, there is hope for you yet.

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        • Have to agree Change. Atheists love to criticize the Bible, yet the Bible is superseded by Jesus and his love for Man. The Koran on the other hand, has had no such enlightenment and its doctrine is law

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      • Dr Ben Carson is a dickwad? He is a smart one. That is a highly unintelligent comment you make but it does not surprise. Were you pissed when you made it or just off your face on the usual progressive choice of dumb for the day?

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  2. Look out, conspiracies are everywhere, man. No one speaks the truth, everyone is a plant. Yeah, right.

    It is not the question that matters, it is the way Trump waffled and blathered his way to yet another not answer that matters

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    • But that’s not what the media focused on.
      Trump is popular, not because he is the smoothest shit talker but because there are glimpses of not PC and no BS.

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      • Ah yes, the no BS Trump. Just like St Ronald Reagan, he doesn’t exist.

        When Trump beh=gan pandering to the religious right, he was asked for a favourite Bible verse. Like Sarah Palin’s newspapers, he answered “All of them”.

        Finally, he knew he was cornered, and had to quote a Bible verse.

        “There’s so many things that you can learn from it (The Bible),” CNN reports Trump told the Christian Broadcasting Network in an interview. “Proverbs, the chapter ‘never bend to envy.’ I’ve had that thing all of my life where people are bending to envy.”

        Trouble is, there isn’t any Proverb that says “never bend to envy.”

        But the Bible Trump reads is the biggest, the best, the gold plated one that was probably printed in Mexico!

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      • Trump is also very smart and has been thinking of how to sort the problems in America for many many years. Everyone wants a president that ticks every box and it aint gonna happen. He is light years better than any president since and including Raegan.

        Trump is a doer and can summon very bright business people to work with him. I have to guffaw at those that think he cannot work around the senate. They are dumb overpaid drones.

        My only concern is can Trump be allowed to live long enough to get elected?

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  3. Beside the ad hominem this is actually the only correct thing you say and I want you to remember this, Ben Carson was providing a personal opinion.

    I know that, and as I said, even a dickwad like Carson is entitled to an opinion. Further more, it was not an ad hom attack on Carson, he is a dickwad for a number of reasons:

    Such as his disavowal of evolution, even though it is evolutionary theory that underpins his work as a neurosurgeon.

    Such as his attacks on Planned Parenthood and the use of fetal tissue when in his own work he has used fetal tissue.

    Such as his recent attacks on immunisation, one of the greatest medical advances in human history.

    I could go on, but let’s just agree he is a dickwad.

    Totally and utterly false – Muslim Sharia Law is above all other laws in the land (Saudia Arabia a great example), it is the law, it is a governing system.

    Yes, and your point is? Saudi Arabia is a theocracy. We know that. Anything new you’d like to add?

    Christianity does not teach or preach operational dominance over the body politic.

    So why does Kim Davis think her religious belief over rides the rules of her job?

    Why do Christians get so pissy when it is pointed out that the 10 Commandments have no place in a school, a court or a council chambers?

    Why is it that 99% of all political candidates in The US proclaim their love of Jesus?

    Why is it that Coolidge City Council in Arizona, among many others, passed an ordinance that meetings must be commenced with a Christian invocation, no other religions allowed?

    Let me ask you some questions – Do you believe the orthodox application of Sharia law is consistent with the US constitution?

    No, I don’t. But I also don’t believe that orthodox application of Christianity, Judaism or ANY religion is consistent with the US Constitution.

    Would you support a Muslim that wanted to impose Sharia law?

    No, I would not. But I would also oppose a Jew who wanted to impose Talmudic law or a Christian who wanted to impose Christianity.

    My assumption is you will answer no to both and in which case you are consistent and in agreement with Dr Carson. Congratulations, there is hope for you yet.

    Wrong, I oppoose these because I am a humanist who believes that Man made law, based on experience, knowledge and testing surpasses all religious law. Carson is pandering to those who would impose a Christian theocracy, no different to Sharia at all.

    You need to try harder if you want to talk with the adults.

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    • Why do you refer to others as DICKWAD? , what the hell is dickwad?
      My suggestion is you need anger management and you should hand in your keyboard.
      Visit Jihad Watch and enjoy , Asshole!

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    • Immunisation is a more complex issue than – Is immunisation Good or Bad? Use of a particular vaccine comes with its own cost vs benefit criteria. Vaccines against serious diseases like rubella is generally seen as a positive; immunisation against measles is rightly seen differently by the more informed. Many disease incidences were heavily reduced *before* the vaccine for them was invented, e.g. measles. More people die from the measles vaccine today than from measles. See http://voxday.blogspot.co.nz/2015/02/measles-actual-risks.html

      Islamic Sharia Law which is binding on non-Moslems as well as Moslems (slightly differently rules for each, mind) makes Islam a political system and a theocratic religion. Christianity has dominated the USA since its founding; there’s never been any calls to institute a theocracy. Christianity is not enforced by any law of government; in fact, Jesus’s Kingdom is explicitly not even *of* this world. Rather than debate the specific issues, this alarm at Christian values influencing public policy is pure ad hominem that only has appeal to anti-theists.

      Evolutionary biology underpinning neuroscience? I wasn’t aware evolutionary theory had any relevance to *anything* outside itself…beyond the usual stating of the obvious: e.g. “survival of the fittest”, or the utterly redundant casting of human mating rituals (or for that matter, how the organs of the body work) in evolutionary terms, etc. Totally irrelevant, proven by Carson who’s at the top of his field yet rejects materialistic evolution…

      The consistency of Christianity with the US Constitution is likewise obvious when one looks at who defends it the most and who shoe-horns anti-Christian values into its “penumbras” and “emanations” only just noticed in 1965. Amusing that one would try to deny that the character of the US experiment and its founding documents is fundamentally Christian. Come on: it’s why the atheists Europeans think they’re better than the yanks, isn’t it?

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  4. Ya’ll gonna get a kick out of this one

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