Sean Hannity guest claims “It is quite possible that this president is the most sound-minded person to ever occupy the White House.” WTF?

By |2018-09-07T12:02:36-08:00September 7th, 2018|Categories: News|Tags: , , , |13 Comments

“My book actually uses science and real data and true psychological theory to explain why it is quite possible that this president is the most sound-minded person to ever occupy the White House.”

Yeah, I would really like to get a look at this “science and real data” that this idiot is talking about right after she finishes pulling it out of her ass. 

You may remember Loudon as one of the idiots that publicly supported Sarah Palin for president back in the day, but she is also one of the founding members of the tea party movement, a contributor to Breitbart, once served on the Donald J. Trump for President Media Advisory Board, has a conservative radio show, and is the only contestant to ever walk off the set of the reality who “Wife Swap.”

So you can decide how much credibility she has to make such an outlandish claim. 

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  1. dowl September 7, 2018 at 2:45 am

    Is this the same woman that has a Down Syndrome son a little bit older than Trig? At some point, her child was mistaken for Trig at some event?

    • anon September 7, 2018 at 7:14 am

      YEP 1>”LOUDon and her husband, former Missouri State Senator John William Loudon, appeared on the show Wife Swap when they swapped with a polyamorous and bisexual family.
      Loudon was the first wife to ever walk off of the set.”
      “Loudon and her husband are Presbyterian. She is an avid supporter of gun rights and free speech. The Loudon family have five children,
      one they adopted who has Down Syndrome, and currently reside in Palm Beach, FL.
      Loudon is a member at the Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, FL

  2. dowl September 7, 2018 at 2:45 am

    Is this the same woman that has a Down Syndrome son a little bit older than Trig? At some point, her child was mistaken for Trig at some event?

  3. Ooooo September 7, 2018 at 3:17 am

    Bristol Palin doesn’t tolerate being used and abused. Especially when she will always try to be a peaceful coparenter. Though if she needs to she will cut contact while a person matures. Notice she and her ex husband enjoy a shared parenting plan. That is who she is. And that cannot be denied if you look at things subjectively.

    • HRH September 7, 2018 at 7:12 am

      Thanks for the laugh. I was feeling a little down this morning. You sure brightened things up with your insanity.

  4. Anonymous September 7, 2018 at 4:03 am

    Where did she get her degree? Trump U?

  5. Whatevs September 7, 2018 at 5:17 am

    Not sure she really has one. Can’t find anything that says what University she got it from, and her a is from some bullshit diploma mill online.

  6. anon September 7, 2018 at 6:47 am

    White House aides wishing to manipulate the president would provide talking points to Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) or Bob Corker (R-TN) before golf outings with Trump in hopes of preventing the president from making rash or disastrous policy decisions.

    ” it would happen “next week,” then dropping it entirely knowing Trump would have forgotten what he had asked for.”

    “Credit where credit is due,” Heilemann said. “Charlie Pierce on yesterday, he suggested his wife, who is probably very perspicacious, she detected a feminine tone in the op-ed, and she suggested it was Kellyanne Conway, and I had not even contemplated that.”

    Heilemann said he had first suspected Dan Coats, the director of national intelligence, but found himself persuaded by the theory laid out by Pierce.

    “The more you think about it, the more Kellyanne Conway makes some sense,” Heilemann said. “She’s very cagey, she’s the kind of person who would find out that Mike Pence used the word ‘lodestar’ a lot and put it in to try to pin it on Mike Pence.”

    “If you think about the double act doing with her husband, trying to set herself up to the be Carville and Matalin of the future, this is a good hedge against Trump failing,”

    • Anon September 7, 2018 at 7:35 am

      “Two Justice Department officials said they’ve been passively resisting the president since 2017. After the op-ed was published, ‘we even went around ‘fist’-bumping each other,’ ”

      ‘“It’s what’s called authorship analysis and demographic linguistic profiling,” he told The Daily Beast. “And you can tell a lot from it.”’
      “The methods that Leonard uses–a careful analysis of each and every word, examining how they are strung together to form a sentence, paying attention to the intention of phrases–is time-consuming.

      But there’s a second way to do the detective work: machine learning, which analyzes semantics and syntax under the theory that every writing style is unique and the way someone stitches together a sentence to convey thought is specific to where they come from, who they are and their state of mind.

      Data scientists have pounced on the op-ed, using programs that analyze “term frequency-inverse document frequency,” or TF-IDF tests that catalog frequently used terms in a piece of writing and compare them with other pieces of writing, looking for the equivalent of a literary fingerprint.” “. “Analysis of semantics is important, but syntax is key. We need human experts to annotate this piece for intentions of the author.”
      “what if the intention of the author is to deceive? The assumption that the op-ed writer is being open, honest, and vulnerable, that they are intentionally dropping clues by using certain words is just that: an assumption.”

      “Michael Moore’s Fahrenheit 11/9 opens with the word “Hillary.” It ends in silence. “

  7. Anon September 7, 2018 at 7:08 am

    FEAR me. “Lee said that she did not bring this news to the attention of the public before now because “I did not want to confuse my role an an educator to the public.”

    “I thought I would be more effective by retaining my public role then getting involved in either the treatment of those who were feeling scared or in the actual intervention with the President,” she added.

    Lee also wrote in an op-ed for the New York Daily News in February of this year in which she gave her opinion that the president is “a dangerous leader.”

  8. Anonymous September 7, 2018 at 9:41 am

    The thing about Trump and Company is that they know if you say it enough times people will believe it. It still won’t be true but people will believe in it. People desperately want a Messiah, and Trump is the answer to the alt right and people of that persuasion.

  9. Anonymous September 7, 2018 at 7:19 pm

    People behind and around Trump have been making their wet dreams come true. They’ve been greasing the wheels more for the 1 percent. All the while Trump has been diverting everyone’s attention with his daily tirade of twitter shenanigans. By the time people wake up and smell the shit it’ll be too late. The deeds will be done. It’s a wonder that someone like Mitch McConnell and Paul Ryan have not been saying boo when it comes to the awful crap that spews from Trump’s lil fingers. They are too busy helping their base, and it ain’t all the angry lil white people that they are about to shit on with all their behind the scene changes. It’s the rich guys who stand to benefit. I wonder how Putin factors into all of this? Be interesting to know with all those offshore accounts.

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