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Bezo: She Left Me 'Cos I'm Ugly, Not Because Of Trump.
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All that money and she ditched yer'... But who yer' gonna blame?


Quote:Bezos’ Trump-Saudi collusion conspiracy theory goes down in flames.

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'Amazon founder and Washington Post publisher Jeff Bezos has put forward
a horde of what now appear to be provably false accusations and full-blown
conspiracy theories surrounding President Trump and the Kingdom of Saudi
Arabia’s alleged involvement in publicizing his extramarital activities.

Last month, Bezos unexpectedly broke the news via Twitter that he and his wife
of 25 years were getting divorced. Later that day, it became clear that he was
pre-empting an embarrassing saga that involved the National Enquirer tabloid
acquiring racy texts and photos that the billionaire executive had been sending
to his mistress.

Instead of recognizing that he had conducted himself inappropriately and taking
responsibility for his actions, Bezos wrote a Medium post accusing various entities
of conducting an “extortion and blackmail” campaign against him.

The Amazon founder implied in his post that it was possible the National Enquirer
was on a mission to destroy him due to the Washington Post’s coverage of Saudi
Arabia and President Trump.

“Here’s a piece of context: My ownership of the Washington Post is a complexifier
for me. It’s unavoidable that certain powerful people who experience Washington
Post news coverage will wrongly conclude I am their enemy,” Bezos wrote.

“President Trump is one of those people, obvious by his many tweets.
Also, The Post’s essential and unrelenting coverage of the murder of its columnist
Jamal Khashoggi is undoubtedly unpopular in certain circles.”

The Washington Post has taken to extreme measures in publishing unrelentingly
negative stories against Saudi Arabia. Following Khashoggi’s death, The Post
became weaponized into an open forum for foreign governments and radical
Islamist and jihadi groups opposed to Saudi Arabia’s role in the Middle East.

The Post routinely falsely categorized its deceased Islamist columnist Khashoggi
as a democracy advocate, a journalist, and a voice for reform, none of which is
even remotely true...'


Far from it!

Quote:'...“For reasons still to be better understood, the Saudi angle seems to hit a particularly
sensitive nerve,” Bezos said in promoting the evidence-free conspiracy theory that Saudi
Arabia was involved in his personal affairs.

With each day that passed, Bezos appeared to become more and more convinced that
the publicizing of his extramarital affair was the result of a Trump-Saudi-National Enquirer
collusion conspiracy. They were all out to get him, for a variety of reasons, he concluded.

As recently as this past weekend, a private investigator hired by Mr. Bezos was telling
reporters (including individuals who work for Bezos’ Washington Post) that it was possible
the Trump administration itself had “hacked” his text messages.

All three parties alleged in the Bezos conspiracy theory immediately and unequivocally
rejected the idea that they were involved at all.

Nonetheless, the government “hacking” and Trump-Saudi conspiracy theory set off a
firestorm in the media, with unrelenting coverage on CNN and MSNBC, along with
countless legacy media reporters and NeverTrump commentators parroting the completely
unproven claims trotted out by the Bezos machine.

Some commentators, such as CNN’s Don Lemon, even celebrated the conspiratorial
allegations as a “boss move.”...'


Boss -as in Slave-Boss?! Don wouldn't know a cosnpiracy even if his boyfriend Chris
Cuomo shoved it up his ass for him!

Quote:'...But the simple truth is much less compelling.
This week, we found out that the Bezos investigation has concluded, only to report that
it was his mistress’s brother who apparently leaked the text messages to the Enquirer.
The AP reported Monday:

“Private investigators working for Jeff Bezos have concluded
that the brother of the Amazon CEO’s mistress leaked the couple’s
intimate text messages to the National Enquirer.”

And just like that, the Trump-Saudi Arabia-National Enquirer collusion conspiracy theory -akin
to the evidence-free Trump-Russia conspiracy theories that have saturated the media for the
past three years -has disappeared.

In an attempt to redirect his embarrassing misdeeds, Jeff Bezos smeared President Trump
and the government of Saudi Arabia and falsely accused them of wrongdoing.

Given how his prized pet project, the Washington Post, has covered President Trump
and Saudi Arabia over the past couple of years, they certainly should not expect an
apology from Bezos any time soon...'
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These People Are Stupid.


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Quote:And just like that, the Trump-Saudi Arabia-National Enquirer collusion conspiracy theory -akin
to the evidence-free Trump-Russia conspiracy theories that have saturated the media for the
past three years -has disappeared.

When will the public ever learn?  SMH! 

Pretty much at this point, anything negative the MSM spew at our great President is going to come back and bite them in the ass!

He's not the dictator, racist, blah, blah, blah, that they try to sell to the American public. People in other countries see what they are doing; why can't the democrat voters see it? 

As BIAD said, "These people are stupid."
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