No One Tried To Assassinate Donald Trump … But Austyn Crites Shows Up In WikiLeaks 7 Times

austyn-critesBy Daisy Luther

UPDATED:

Although it doesn’t appear that Austyn Crites was trying to assassinate Donald Trump, it’s very interesting that he does appear in the WikiLeaks dumps…not once but SEVEN TIMES.

Each of those leaks contains and Excel file, and Crites’ name and address in Reno is in each of those Excel files.

However…these aren’t the Podesta Emails. These are the Global Intelligence Files.

On Monday February 27th, 2012, WikiLeaks began publishing The Global Intelligence Files, over five million e-mails from the Texas headquartered “global intelligence” company Stratfor. The e-mails date between July 2004 and late December 2011. They reveal the inner workings of a company that fronts as an intelligence publisher, but provides confidential intelligence services to large corporations, such as Bhopal’s Dow Chemical Co., Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon and government agencies, including the US Department of Homeland Security, the US Marines and the US Defence Intelligence Agency. The emails show Stratfor’s web of informers, pay-off structure, payment laundering techniques and psychological methods.

Let me repeat that:

The emails show Stratfor’s web of informers, pay-off structure, payment laundering techniques and psychological methods.

And the man who disrupted the Trump rally is in them. To find his name, you have to open the Excel files attached to each leak.

First, it was reported that someone tried to assassinate Trump.

Tonight in Reno, it was reported that Donald Trump was rushed off the stage at his rally.  Since Trump is disliked so vehemently by some, it was immediately assumed that someone tried to assassinate Trump. Initial reports were that someone rushed the stage, someone else yelled “gun,” there was chaos and tackling, and then someone was arrested.

Considering the insanity of this election cycle, who would actually be surprised if something like that were to happen? And given that insanity, it’s entirely reasonable that the Secret Service immediately hustled Trump off the stage until they could get to the bottom of what had occurred.

Thankfully, it appears that this was not an assassination attempt.

The person who was detained by authorities was Austyn Crites.

But…

Things aren’t as they first appeared.

First off, no gun was found, even though two eyewitnesses claim to have seen one.

Secondly, Crites didn’t try to kill anyone. He was there, apparently, voicing his dissenting opinion and protesting Trump. He was quickly released by police after being questioned.

Here are the original screenshots I took from Crites’ Facebook account:

crites-collageCrites’ original Facebook cover photo said across the bottom, “Nevada Republicans Proudly Voting for Clinton.” Due to privacy settings, there was nothing visible on the original page previous to Sept. 19 of this year.

When I refreshed the page, it looked like this. Quick change, huh? There’s a reason I always take screen shots.

austyn-crites-newA quick Twitter search showed a reporter from the BBC had spoken to Crites. James Cook posted the following Tweet:

His only public Facebook post said, “Time to get out and vote y’all! I understand that this election has people torn, but we must chose HOPE over HATE!”

His Facebook profile has since been taken down.

When you put this all together, it’s pretty hard not to think about the Project Veritas videos.

The Project Veritas videos put Scott Foval and Doug Creamer in the spotlight, and both had FEC complaints filed against them due to their unscrupulous methods of “helping” the Clinton campaign.

Breitbart.com reported on this particular quote from Scott Foval, where he explains “bird-dogging”:

FOVAL: So one of the things we do is we stage very authentic grassroots protests right in their faces at their own events. Like, we infiltrate. And then we get it on tape. And then, when our guys get beat up —

Project Veritas: You mean authentic-seeming grassroots?

FOVAL: No, authentic.

PV: You mean —

FOVAL: Protesters.

PV: So like — progressive, what we saw in Madison.

FOVAL: We train up our people, wherever they are, to — and I work with a network of groups, we train them up on how to get themselves into a situation on tape, on camera, that we can use later.

PV: So some of this, so I probably know your work.

FOVAL: I know you do. Everybody does. But —

PV: You mean like a situation where it’s sort of like a —

FOVAL: You remember the Iowa State Fair thing where Scott Walker grabbed the sign out of the dude’s hand and then the dude gets kind of roughed up right in front of the stage right there on camera?

PV: Yeah.

FOVAL: That was all us. The guy that got roughed up is my counterpart, who works for Bob [Creamer].

PV: And that was like, storyboarded? Him getting roughed up like that?

FOVAL: We scenarioed it.

PV: And so you, like leant yourselves to that situation and it happened. A self-fulfilling prophecy.

FOVAL: We not only leant ourselves, we planted multiple people in that front area around him and in the back to make sure there wasn’t just a action that happened up front, there was also a reaction that happened out back. So the cameras, when they saw it, saw double angles of stuff like, they saw what happened up front, and they saw the reaction of people out back.

Gosh, is that sort of like an “innocent” guy with a sign getting beaten up because someone yelled “gun”? Because it kinda sounds like that.

Trump continued after the scare.

About 5 minutes after the incident, Trump gamely returned to the stage, where he graciously thanked the Secret Service agents and local police, then proceeded with his speech.

He issued the following statement:

I would like to thank the United States Secret Service and the law enforcement resources in Reno and the state of Nevada for their fast and professional response. I also want to thank the many thousands of people present for their unwavering and unbelievable support. Nothing will stop us – we will make America great again! –Donald J. Trump

Daisy Luther is a freelance writer and editor. Her website, where this article first appeared, offers information on healthy prepping, including premium nutritional choices, general wellness and non-tech solutions. You can follow Daisy on Facebook and Twitter, and you can email her at daisy@theorganicprepper.ca

  • Lori Hollywood

    Thanks to WikiLeaks, I’ve become a conspiracy theorist.

    • OldeSoul

      Conspiracy theorist is a CIA term that came embedded with societal derision and a thick helping of paranoia. Think of yourself as a truth seeker. Welcome to a small but growing faction.

    • 143jeanne

      A REALIST!!

    • icthelite

      And to think you were in complete darkness before the workings of our governing system were exposed.
      What surprises me is that there have been no earlier attempts on Trumps life. My hats off to the security detail assigned to protect him.

    • merijoe

      citizen journalist, there are no more “conspiracies” this is truth, thanks mostly to Wikileaks.

    • John Dilinger

      Conspiracy theories are true until proven otherwise.

  • domino

    This is such BS. Wikileaks should be ashamed. Crites is on a mailing list to receive a book called “The Next Decade” by Stratfor. So is Random House. Are they “informers,” too?

    • Disgusted

      This kind of clown activity around an election such as this and YOUR wanting to ho hum it?

    • betterboy

      Wow! You say wikileaks should be ashamed? You should be ashamed for being an idiot! Wikileaks is a hero exposing truth and the truth happens to be organized crime corruption by the dems. If Bush was president they would be exposing the war criminal he was. It is wonderful that some people will stick their necks out to get the truth out. You should be shaming the DNC for shafting Bernie, and the dem aholes that were creating hate and violence at Trump’s rallies. You should be shaming Hillaroid for lying to us about the corrupt dealings she does for the wall street fat cats in private – she said that herself! W T F! Are you really that FKN stupid that you shame the messenger and ignore the lies and corruption of the exposed? You miserable parasite maggot!

      • dale ruff

        betterboy, we are the majority. We want neither of these two pathological liars. We support all who expose the truth, risking long prison sentences.

        “The truth is the enemy of the State.” Joseph Goebbels.

        • betterboy

          Hillaroid is a great example of a pathological liar – Obola is another good example. Why do you say Trump is? Point out what he has been lying about.

  • paradoctor

    This is how Trump’s thugs treat a dissident Republican.

    • Disgusted

      OOPS ! A peep from another Boobus Americanus that didn’t see this Crites fellow holding the sign was mentioned BY name in the Wikileaks info dump SEVEN times?

      • madeline

        He was just on a mailing list for buying a stupid book, could happen to anyone. Maybe the publisher, Random House, should be on Wikileaks as well. Geez, the things people get excited about!

        • Disgusted

          People not getting excited instead of apathetic is why we are in such a societal melt down.

          • dale ruff

            Yes, we need more hatred, more anger, more theater and mass ritual, which worked so well for Hitler and all dictators. Between the politics of hate and the politics of apathy democracy: we should all be working together to end the oligarchy (in which we the people have NO power) and create a democratic republic.

            Historically, apathy is compatible with stability and prosperity (the
            Swiss vote at lower rates than the US, as do many nations), while passion, anger, etc arise and destroy.

            Even Plato in the Republic banned theater for arousing irrational passions, which interfere with and overrule reason.

            In modern history, the great passion players have been Hitler and MUssolini. They were masters of whipping up a crowd, which Trump learned from Mein Kamph and Mussolini (whom he quoted favorably). We need a passion for truth and for ending war and exploitation, not a passion to deport 40 million or nuke ISIS (holed up in large cities with human shields), and Clinton is also, in a different, way a liar and with much blood on her hands.

            Reject corruption and lies and fascism and protest: any other vote is wasted or makes you a useful idiot.
            Vote for Stein to protest and build for the future. Protest is a sacred right, without which no change can every come. Hatred and scapegoats is not protest but fascism.

          • madeline

            People get excited and interpret things wrongly everyday, they don’t step back, investigate and get the facts before they go off kilter and make fools off themselves. Everyday I see too much misinformation spread everywhere by folks who just read headlines and make stupid statements based on that alone.

          • Disgusted

            Do read the ” Fake MSM Media “?

      • dale ruff

        He had no gun, no weapons. He had a sign. The mob attacked him, then the police.He was searched and released. Then Trump’s son and campaign spokesman said it was “an assassination attempt.” This is classic false flag operations,something activist readers should be hip to. It’s time to reject both liars. Protest…use your vote to say no to two pathological liars.

        • Disgusted

          Go take a break Dale you are on too many chat boards across the media using your brand of intellishit to be taken seriously? I mean you post like your lively hood depends on it?

          • dale ruff

            Disgusted, I am retired and spend my time researching and writing to help educate people like you. I am using my right to free speech, which seems to offend you. Every thing I said is a fact, which you call “intellishit.” You seem to hate free speech and the truth. I’ll bet you are voting for Trump!

            Your weasel libel is typical of someone with no facts but much venom. Who pays you to troll those who come armed only with facts?

          • Disgusted

            I can tell Dale you do research albeit very selectively as your continuous use of buzz words parroted from from previous writers shows?
            But Dale, enough of the banter. Could you just respond in a paragraph or two exactly where you stand on what our nation is and should be?
            I’m listening.

          • dale ruff

            Grammerly rates my use of words at 99% more extensive than other writers. We all share the same words: I see you using words I have seen before as well.

            You seek to silence me from “too many chat boards across the media and now you ask to explain my views in a paragraph or two. You know my views…you are complaining I am sharing them too widely.

            You are not sincere, you are asking in bad faith, looking for an argument. If you are listenening, I urge you to read my views at opednews and Quora (where I have 95K readers). I note you ignore the evidence I present: cognitive dissonance. You can’t handle the truth.

            If you really want to know, read my articles…oh, you did and want me to stop. Make up your mind! I can see right thru you.

          • Disgusted

            Dale , if you can’t do it just say so? You don’t have to hide behind accusations and the other babble to justify your refusal to put yourself out there. I do understand.

          • dale ruff

            Disgusting, I have answered and gave the sources. You are just begging for a fight. Sorry. Not interested. You know my views…you complained of them…..you are a phony. Stop wasting time. If you want to know, go to opednews and Quora and read my views. Stop wasting time. Stop pretending. My views are an open book and I invite you read them.

          • Herman Christian

            ( sigh ) Dale , apparently my attempts at getting to the root of your thought process is construed as ” Begging for a fight ” .
            The cliché of ” pursued people run away ” is in play here so good enough.
            Have a good day.

          • dale ruff

            I invite to read my deepest thought in my writing at opednews and Quora. Why won’t you read the answers to your question? You are looking for opportunities to trash me. I am running toward you with sources where you get to the root of my thought process in great depth. You are running away from my invitation.

    • Tuaca1107

      No it’s Hitlery’s camapign doing this thuggery. Hitlery’s campaign yelling gun. You should be ashamed of yourself. Does your mommy know what you are doing?

      • paradoctor

        Were _all_ of the thugs who assaulted the protestor plants? If so, then does Trump have _any_ actual supporters?

        • John Frost

          For being attacked, he didn’t look too shaken up and not even a scratch on him. Reminds me of those people that fall to the ground and scream “police brutality” before an officer ever touches them…

  • nimbii

    This is what we all suspected and now we see it. Despicable.

  • Joel WS

    This sort of off-broadway production of contrived controversy and petty violence not only shows the desperation of the left, but a path down to Nazi-like tactics to come. (Oh, who am I kidding? The Leftist democrats have done this and worse for decades now. What a shocker!)

    • paradoctor

      A conspiracy… that Trump, his mob of thugs, and the Secret Service were all in on. Got it.

      • Joel WS

        You got it all right. Totally got it wrong. I totally expect that from some people. Violent in the act of self-defense is not bad, it is often required and within one’s civil rights. Look up the facts on the sign-toting perp. He admits to orchestrating these kinds of things – for the LEFT! Sheesh!

    • madeline

      Then too there is the possibility that this all just happened, no staging, conspiracy or set up at all, and people are just always looking for the ‘bad’ in everything. Maybe I just think that way because I don’t care for either candidate and prefer to see the good in everyone.

  • madeline

    Hmmm, countless files about Trump on Wikileaks, over 50 pages.

  • Maggie

    Did you read the article? It was most likely all staged by the left in an attempt to make it appear as if Trump was doing what you just accused him of doing. You played right into the hands of the “dirty tricks” liberals.

    • paradoctor

      And this, ladies and gentlemen, is how cognitive closure works.

  • madeline

    Who will be vilified next for not supporting TrumP

    • Phleb

      Probably the normal human beings, that go on with their lives, not being paid thousands of dollars for bird dogging, .

    • DarkEyes

      Remember what Madelein Albright did say if you do not vote for HRC?

      • madeline

        Sorry, I make up my own mind and am not influenced by anyone else’s opinions. I did not vote for Clinton or Trump, dislike and distrust (to put it mildly) them both.

  • madeline

    I only see Austyn Crites name come up in Wikileaks 5 times, another Crites name (Robert) comes up once and another hit is an .XL file email list and his name isn’t even on it. Maybe people should investigate everything before they make assumptions. This whole election crap seems to be bringing out the worst in everyone, cant wait till it’s all over and done with.

  • Karen Lee

    My immediate impression upon seeing Trump resisting; then finally; accepting his Secret Service escort off the stage was: “Damm; he sure needs much Taller SS Agents assigned to him.” If there was an actual firearms/assassination attempt; even his hunched over Parkinson’s type of shuffle gait did not lower his frame enough for any agent to be able to “take a bullet” for him… Not that they would really Want to; I would guess.

    • dale ruff

      I just watched the video 3 times; Trump doesn’t resist…but we see what we want to see when we are brainwashed sheep. An innocent man was beaten up by Trump supporters and then the militarized police, some with assault weapons, tacked him and dragged him off. He was released with no charges.
      This is criminal behavior…..the kind of thing we expect from Nazis.

      A man beaten supporters because he was exercising free speech peacefully was criminally assaulted for being against Trump. Then “a dozen police and security, some with assault weapons, tackled him” and took him into custody. He was totally innocent.

      ” Austyn Crites, was then immediately detained and led out by a throng of police officers, Secret Service agents and SWAT officers armed with assault rifles to a side room.
      A law enforcement official later told CNN no charges were filed against Crites.
      After he was released from custody, Crites told reporters the incident started off when he raised a “Republicans Against Trump” sign.
      Crites said he was then assaulted by a group of people around him before anyone shouted anything about a gun.
      “All of a sudden, because they couldn’t grab the sign, or whatever happened, bam, I get tackled by all these people who were just, like, kicking me and grabbing me in the crotch and just, just beating the crap out of me,” Crites said, according to KTNV. “And somebody yells something about a gun, and so that’s when things really got out of hand.”

      Then team Trump exposed the game plan by lying about what had happened, justifying criminal assault. “Mr. Trump’s son, Donald Jr., and the Trump campaign’s social media director, Dan Scavino, retweeted unsubstantiated claims that the commotion was an “assassination attempt.” Can you see what’s happening here? No…..ok. Trump’s world: protesters are beaten and called assassins. And you like this.

      Compare to Obama, who was interrupted by an elderly
      Trump supporter in uniform. The crowd started to boo, and Obama worked hard to control their shouts: “Hold on, hold on….’ he said a dozens times. Then he said to the crowd, booing the heckler: “Sit down and be quiet.”

      Then he defended the heckler with: ” “I told you to be focused and you’re not focused right now. Hold up. Everybody be quiet for a second!”

      “You’ve got an older gentleman who is supporting his candidate,” he explained. “He’s not doing nothing, you don’t have to worry about him. You don’t have to worry about him. This is what I mean about not being focused. First of all, we live in a country that respects free speech. Second of all, it looks maybe like he maybe served in our military and we gotta respect that. Third of all, he was elderly and we gotta respect our elders.”

      That is leadership. That is defending our rights.

      Trump then totally lied and said: “Complaining about how the media always focuses on protesters at his rallies, Trump said Obama “was talking to the protester, screaming at him, really screaming at him,” adding that “if I spoke the way Obama spoke to the protester, they would say, ‘He became unhinged!’ ” He then reiterated his point, saying that Obama “spent so much time screaming at this protester and, frankly, it was a disgrace.”

      Go look at the Obama video: he does not scream at the heckler but at his own crowd and he defends the elderly Trump supporter. Trump is a pathological liar, and only a total fool cannot see it.

      I am not a Democrat; I did not vote for Obama, I would not vote for Clinton, but how shocking that fascism is coming to America with the false promise of Making America Great Again.

      Does anyone who has looked at the Obama video not see how dishonest Trump is, and how dishonest his son and spokesman in saying it was an assassination attempt after the innocent guy had been found harmless and released.

      The purpose of propaganda, as Trump’s guru Hitler (Trump admits reading Mein ) Kampf) in which it is asserted that the masses are stupid (Hitler learned it from US PR inventer Bernay) and must be controlled with lies. “The purpose of propaganda is not the truth but to win!” Anything goes.

      How can you people be such sheep and witness such baldfaced lies. Clinton is a more subtle liar, but why not reject both? Protest: use your vote to protest two pathological liars. Or remain a sheep, as Donald wants:”I could shoot someone on 5th Avenue in broad daylight and my supporters would still vote for me,” he bragged.
      This translates as: These loses are sheep; they will do anything I say, believe any lie, forgive me even murder. Is this what we want in the White House?

      Wake up, sheep. Wake up and protest. Voting for a pathological liar is not a protest but a surrender.

      And then the famous Obama rejoinder: “Fourth of all, don’t boo. Vote!”

      The moment stood in stark contrast to the sometimes vitriolic scenes at Trump rallies, where attendees have been dragged out and roughed up after protesting. “Get him out of here,” Trump said at one rally last November. “Throw him out!”

  • betterboy

    It is not illegal to yell fire in a theater or yell gun at a rally, but you will be held accountable if someone is hurt due to your actions. That is the first Amendment. You can trash both candidates, but maybe you would watch Trump’s rally in Penn. because there he exposes all the criminal activity of our government and the corrupt owned media. Dictators want to take the guns and good people don’t. Trump has little to win by running for President – he is doing it to go down in history as the #1 president of all times and to do that he must deliver on everything he has promised. That is good for us and bad for the corrupt that are milking our country to its death. Maybe there is no one that can fill the shoes for the president in your mind, but running in our corrupt environment against organized crime is an amazing feat by Trump. I don’t know if someone rushed the stage or if it was incited on purpose. The dems do incite on purpose and we know that as a fact because the aholes were caught taking credit for it. So, wise up and vote for Trump. We will never get another to take on the corrupt until there is another 1776, but by that time no one will have weapons and technology will prevent anyone from going against the dictators.

    • dale ruff

      …..”since 1969, for speech to break the law, it can’t merely lead others to dangerous situations. It must directly encourage others to commit specific criminal actions of their own. ”

      The rally had dozens of security, some with assault weapons. Yelling “gun” when there was no gun and the man was holding a large sign, encouraged the police to to commit criminal actions fortunately not shooting (which would have been justified by the cry of “Gun”) but merely beating the guy to the floor, tho he posed no threat and broke no law.

      Thus the person yelling gun directly encouraged others (including armed swat team members) to commit specific criminal actions. The crime is not by the police, but the guy who falsely and with no evidence called “Gun.”

      We are lucky there was no shooting, which the false cry certainly provoked, but throwing a person on the ground is a criminal act, caused by the “Gun” provocateur. It certainly is a serious crime to tell a lie which puts a man’s life at danger and causes him to be smashed to the floor and dragged off.

      Your logic is purely fascist, and that links to this being a fascist stunt, meant to cause panic. You are arguing that you can lie, and that lie can lead to violence against an innocent person, and that is no crime: it is.

      • betterboy

        It is unconstitutional to restrict free speech. The law is about intent. You are making assumptions and talking like they are facts. You don’t know if the guy that yelled gun had the intent to start a riot or if he really saw a gun or something that he thought was a gun. We don’t have enough info to know the truth yet. Trump does not need stunts like that to have people attend. You were not there and your judgements are useless.

        • dale ruff

          Certain forms of speech are not protected speech, according to SC rulings. LIbel and incitements to violence are not protected.

          If you lie to cause a person to be harmed, physically, you are guilty of incitement to violence,a form of speech which is, by law, criminal.

          If you tell a lie about a teacher(that he is a pedophile) and it gets him fired, you are guilty of the crime of libel.

          The first criminal is Trump, whose speech has incited violence (He said, at his rallies, when someone was being slammed: “Go ahead, rough him up.” and “I will pay your legal fees.” This is an admission that he is inciting violence and knows it is criminal, since he offers to pay the fines. This is not protected speech, under the law.

          The next criminals are the group of his supporters who attacked the guy whose crime was holding up a sign (Republicans against Trump). All these acts (before “gun” was yelled out) were criminal assaults on an innocent man, a foreshadowing of violence against dissenters and protesters.

          The person who yelled gun, after a mob had attacked the guy, saw no gun. The guy was holding a large sign. He had no reason to yell gun other than to perhaps provoke a shooting by the heavily armed security (assault weapons), as an armed guy 50 ft from the stage could be shot with justification (of course, everyone was screened for weapons, so it was all but impossible to get one in,especially by a person carrying a large anti-Trump sign.

          I honor the security for not shooting and releasing the man quickly as totally innocent. A bit later,Trumps son and spokesman said there had been an assassination attempt, which lie Trump has refused to correct, as the likely purpose of this stunt was to confirm the paranoia of his supporters.

          Incitements to violence and libel have always been unprotected speech for obvious reasons: if you lie to hurt my reputation,you crush my freedom of speech.

          The First Amendment is not a suicide pact.

          • betterboy

            Trump said “rough him up and I’ll pay your legal fees”. But no one was hurt, so there was no damage. That was in response to solve the violence that was a setup by the dems. So, it was what you stated but it was in defense not offense. I already stated that you have the right to free speech but you will be held accountable for damage you cause and there are laws, but the constitution gives the right. Look at the media, there are laws that give them the ability to lie and spread propaganda with impunity. Things do get perverted. You make assumptions as if fact. I would hate to have you on a jury.

        • madeline

          There was no gun so no one saw a gun, period. Both democrats and republicans sometimes take things too far in support of their fav candidate, no one group is to blame, their are fanatic a-holes in both groups.

  • nochipforme

    Trump said “Get him outta here” and waited until there was a ruckus before he started to speak again. The entire thing was staged. If anyone thinks that Trump’s decades long friendship with the Clinton’s and his lifelong devotion to the two party puppet show has recently changed, they really are easily programmed by the television programming. EVERYTHING THAT YOU SEE ON TELEVISION IS A FABRICATION. I REPEAT, “A FABRICATION. “

    • paradoctor

      If true, then this is not much of a recommendation for Trump.

  • deplorableGweneth

    Paid provocateur, paid crisis actors, for the sake of mayhem brought to you by the George Sorryos NGO machine.
    The FBI is once again complicit, step down Comey and let a real man take them on, coward.
    SHEandHEandTHEYareVILE.

    • paradoctor

      This post illustrates how cognitive closure works. Conclusion first, evidence never.

  • DaveintheD

    LIBs are ignorant. This guy is nothing but a fraudster, a Soros/DNC zombie, and has committed electoral and voter fraud. The left is 100% corrupt in every way.

    • paradoctor

      Wait a minute… holding up a sign is voter fraud?

  • Alopecia Member

    in other local news it was mentioned he rushed toward the stage where Mr. Trump stood. If anyone does that in similar setting I can not imagine nobody will not do anything to stop anybody rushing toward the stage during any presentation. What is Mr. Innocent Crites thinking?

  • paradoctor

    Several times; and other related articles as well, O Genius.

  • Falcon

    The whole “assassination attempt” was so badly staged by all involved, including Donald and his “protectors” who hustled him off the stage. Watch the video of the event again, folks, and tell me it isn’t badly done theater by all involved – including those on the stage. They expected this, it’s all a show, and a bad one. I increasingly find believable what I read to the effect that Donald – an old friend of the Clintons – was hired by Hilary to run against her but lose. I kept trying to figure out why a reasonably intelligent man would continually kill off votes from contingent after contingent of American voters. It mystified me, all the obnoxious, insulting things he has said, including references to his penis size (who says that on a campaign trail? Even a fifth grader knows that would be stupid.) It all indicates how hard he has tried to lose. He has repeatedly insulted Mexicans/Latinos (a huge voting block, nearly as large as native caucasians!), blacks (second largest minority voting block, at 12%), LGBTQ’s (7% of voters) Muslims, the parents of a heroic soldier who died defending America, and even repeatedly insulted and sexualized 51% of the American population (women). He even refused to disavow his endorsement by the KKK. He has been boorish in the extreme, presenting himself as someone with less impulse control than a two year old, someone you would never, ever want in charge of our nuclear arsenal. What’s a guy got to do to lose an election in this country? Apparently a lot! But I’ve never seen a man apparently try harder. Observing all this, I more and more suspect that when the truth comes out we will discover Trump did this whole fierce stage show for money from the Clintons. Perhaps part of the 1.8 BILLION Hilary recently relayed to Qatar for unknown reasons?

  • madeline

    You forgot Trump’s lies about Putin.

  • madeline

    Austyn Crites removed his facebook page the other night after the incident, now it’s back. There was a facebook page started by someone other than Austyn Crites yesterday, someone using his name. Facebook must have taken it down because it is gone today. All over the internet are stories by people who have not gotten the facts from reputable sources, they are repeating misinformation from other sources who probably only read the headlines. Its a shame that dumb crap like this can happen to anyone, next time it could be you or I. SMH!

  • Lynette Johnson

    TRUTH SEEKERS are those who research, explore ideas, find proof and base decisions on FACTS.
    Conspiracy Theorist are those who go deep down the rabbit hole, spiraling, again and again, until they find that proof. Both are needed for society to AWAKEN. Both should be commended for their efforts, time, energy, and care for their countries well being 🙂

  • Zeeba Neighba

    So…. a Texas-based company that provides “global intelligence” services to clients such as Dow Chemical Co., Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon, the US Department of Homeland Security,
    the US Marines and the US Defence Intelligence Agency doesn’t exactly sound like a hotbed of libruhl activism. Yet this is where this guy came from.

    Face it – he’s one of the millions of true conservatives who can’t stand Trump. Deal with it.

    • Franklewank65

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