Whaddup, Oregon?

Conspiracy Theories

H/T Scissorhead Skinny-D

The WaPo:

“Three weeks after hundreds of people stormed the U.S. Capitol in a violent rampage that left one police officer and four rioters dead and led to more than 100 arrests of the pro-Trump rioters, the House delivered an article of impeachment to the Senate, charging the former president with inciting the mob.

“In Oregon, the state Republican Party isn’t just backing former president Donald Trump — its official position falsely claims that the entire episode was a ‘false flag’ operation staged to discredit the GOP and silence Trump’s supporters.”

“Last week, the state party released a resolution passed by its executive committee that says the supposedly fake operation was meant to undermine Trump and give more power to President Biden.”

Damn, the Oregon Coup Klux Klan must have bought a pallet of Kool Aid. That’s taking the Antifa infiltration conspiracy theory into Q territory.

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13 Responses to Whaddup, Oregon?

  1. julesmomcat says:

    Is there no limit to right-wing stupidity?

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    • sos says:

      Oh, well now, that’s easy.
      To calculate, first, take our agreed upon number of idiots. Say a nice round 74,000,000?
      Then, the average intelligence, we’ll use “IQ” here for lack of a better well know substitute. I will magnanimously grant say, 0 “IQ” points.
      Why then it’s a simple average i.e. 74000000 / 0 .
      Oh my.
      It seems that perhaps there IS no limit to right wing stupidity.
      I stand corrected.

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  2. Wesley Sandel says:

    At least the anti-American racist white trash in Mississippi isn’t this well organized.

    Liked by 2 people

  3. roket says:

    Alrighty then. This calls for an extensive investigation of the Jan 6 incident and prosecution to the fullest extent under the law for these false flag perpetrators. Right??

    Liked by 3 people

  4. Jimmy T says:

    To quote Juanita Jean, “They’re nuttier than squirrel poop.” I’ve lived in Oregon most of my adult life, but this is the first time I’ve been embarrassed by the total stupidity of the Loco GOP. Ya gotta wonder if they even know how to breathe, but be assured they know how to drag their knuckles…

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    • The AZ GOP isn’t much better. We have actual legislation proposed this year to charge women and doctors who get/perform abortions with murder, and there’s a big push to diminish the Governor’s emergency powers because, of course, as the lege puts it “Yer not the boss of me!!!” and somehow emergencies will respect the legislative process by not happening while they argue about it.

      Fortunately the way they’re writing the law it’ll have to be passed as a ballot measure (which boo makes it a part of the constitution and hard to overturn and yay will be hard to pass because a whole buncha legislators are grr rowr mad that we the stupid pipples legalized pot so they’re fucking with the process, like demanding a 2/3rds majority to pass them) in 2022.

      They’re counting on the normal midterm rout of the incumbents, but at the rate they’re travelling to Crazytown, Bugfuckistan, theis may actually be an open question this time around.

      And, of course, the AZ GOP are eating their own like it’s buffet night at Jeffrey Dahmer’s place…

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  5. Ten Bears says:

    G’Ma used to say “it’s the water”. No not Tumwater, that’s Washington. I always thought she was talking about how our teeth were falling out at twenty. Lately though, having spent most of my life in Central Oregon, I’m not so sure she was talking about our teeth.

    True story: the first commercial enterprise in Central Oregon was not logging or ranching or even ice-mining. No, other than the natives running cattle for the Spaniards a hundred years before the whites showed up the first money-making operation on the high desert was a mercury mine.

    I don’t know, those were m’g-g’da’s days, and I read the other day Bend’s not real, is some kind of Illuminati hoax.


    • artahzen says:

      My daughter and I drove through an area in Oregon on road trip one year where there was a pretty lake running along beside the road. Apparently, it was poisoned by mercury. When we looked up info, we found that there were a lot of them. We had no idea. Travel broadens one’s knowledge.


    • Sirius Lunacy says:

      On a National Parks trip a few years ago, on our way to North Cascades from Crater Lake we spent a night in ‘Bend’. Obviously it was just an Illuminati mock up to fool us. The hotel was nice and the staff were pleasant, a little too pleasant. The ‘Bend Brewing Company’ on the river was lovely, a little too lovely. The staff and patrons were all very nice, a little too nice. The food and beer were very good, a little too good. And the sun set by the river was a little too sun setting by the rivery! We weren’t fooled a bit. But we would like to go back some day so they can fool us again.


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