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Roger Stone Posted Swastika-Laden Image Of 'Space Force' Featuring Himself, Trump

President Donald Trump’s former campaign adviser Roger Stone posted an edited image of himself, Trump and many others with affiliations to the current administration donning space suits affixed with swastikas on Instagram.

On Monday, Stone shared the now-deleted image, but, luckily, screenshots never die! The image featured the words “Space Force ― in space no one can hear you lie” with the accompanying caption: “I love this - proud to be in this crew - but the only lies being told are by liberal scumbags.”


I've had too many margaritas. Suddenly I love Trump

like I love a steaming pile of poop!

Ohio Green candidate says his ancestors from another planet and can't remember name of his website

Joe Manchik played spoiler Tuesday in Ohio, taking nearly enough votes in from the Democrat in a special election to trigger a statewide automatic recount

The native of Hell, Michigan says his ancestors came from a distant planet and couldn't remember his own website address during an interview this year

He claims marijuana is the solution to opioid addiction and says he speaks 19 languages including 'Spanglish' and 'Sheet Music'


Trump's family is at war and he is throwing Don Jr. under the bus to save his own ass.

Subtext of his morning Tweet about the Trump Tower meeting: Don Jr is guilty and I didn't know anything about it.

In other words: Lock up my son, not me - I mean I am so innocent that when Jr later told me, I wasn't even aware he did anything illegal.

This follows family division, seen as disloyalty, in the past few days when Ivanka contradicted 45 on immigration and the media, and Melania took a different position on LeBron James. The whole family all know that the old guy is sick in the head. They undermine his delusions and he is mad at them all, as he is with the rest of the world.

The American mental sickness spreads internationally, as a sad individual in India worships Trump

Bussa Krishna, a 31-year-old farmer from the remote village of Konne, in India’s Telangana state, prays to a photo of US President Donald Trump several times a day.

He makes offerings of vermilion, turmeric and flowers to the photo and carries it with him wherever he goes, openly declaring his devotion to his unusual deity.

Krishna claims that being called mad by family and friends for worshipping Trump the same way as Hindu gods has only strengthened his resolve, and he now hopes to build a temple dedicated to the US President.


1 in 37,249 chance that the same nation Trump asked to hack Clinton, then hacked Clinton.

“Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing." - Donald Trump, July 27, 2016

Trump could have chosen any one of 194 nations to try to hack Hillary Clinton's emails, but he asked Russia.

That is a 1 in 194 chance.

By chance alone, what is the likelihood that the same nation that Trump chose, should be trying to hack Hillary Clinton's emails that same day?

1 in 194 of that 1 in 194.

Trump chose one specific nation to hack Hillary Clinton's emails, and the one nation he chose just happened to be the nation that did that.

That is a 1 in 37,249 chance. Quite a coincidence.

UK Front Pages - The Ego has Landed as Trump undermines British PM and Embarrasses America

"The gutless white supremacist who received five draft deferments, mocked POWs..."

I could not say it better:


Trump's immigration policy on UK newspaper front page

Trump at G7: I could send 25m Mexicans to Japan. All terrorists are in Paris. EU president is killer

At one point he described migration as a big problem for Europe then said to Abe: “Shinzo, you don’t have this problem, but I can send you 25 million Mexicans and you’ll be out of office very soon,” creating a sense of irritation in the room, according to an EU official.

The source added that when the topic turned to Iran and terrorism, Trump took aim at French President Emmanuel Macron, saying: “You must know about this, Emmanuel, because all the terrorists are in Paris.”

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker also came under fire and was repeatedly described by Trump as a “brutal killer” in reference to the bloc’s antitrust and tax fines against U.S. tech companies that have run into billions of dollars.

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