Watergate Monica Comey

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« I will be careful not to disclose the ID of this person. A European, which makes this person less likely to get this American trivia question correct. Age is also a factor, because one of the questions pulls from Watergate. This question is fun for people predisposed to like this stuff, because it pulls from Watergate, Monicagate, and Comeygate. The questions are _________ _____ for Watergate and ____ _____ for Monicagate, and the answers are Watergate Tapes and Monica’s blue dress. Here are the questions: a spectator is left to believe: ¿Comey? or ¿Trump? Two other times in history we had the same presidential dilemma, but evidence told us who we must believe. Dear kind readers: I can’t help myself from this side editorial. Today and no other time in history we have a very-large number of politically-minded people who believe baseless conspiracies, and these believers are an undeniable political force. One example of the growing list is Sandy Hook Hoax. Sincerely, Tom Doody. Aside from conspiracy people who will continue believing Trump over Comey the rest of us must judge the facts, and today the facts force us to decide based only on credibility. The same could be said for the early stages of Watergate and Monicagate, but evidence revealed and made public during the investigation told us who to believe. Here’s the fun trivia questions that’s relevant given recent DC events. What evidence told us our president lied: ONE: Nixon: Watergate Tapes TWO: Clinton: blue dress. DC is full of people wearing red, blue, and white, so I think the best answer is to push for, “blue dress”, but in context the complete answer is Monica’s Clinton- semen-stained blue dress. After the president ejaculated semen on Monica’s dress she saved the dress without cleaning it . . . Bill was busted, and the Nation had to face the lies of our President. I know from personal accounts of people who were young adults at the time of Watergate. These people told me in one-on-one intimate settings what I could not have learned from reading. Most of the Nation did not celebrate Nixon’s resignation, but rather they struggled to come to terms with being fooled. Unlike Trumps near loss to Hillary, Nixon had just beat his opponent in a landslide, and the Watergate Tapes forced that huge majority of Americans to accept they were wrong. Accepting error in mass is not a happy moment, so today the Sandy-Hook-Hoax believers have an easy solution. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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