Monday, September 19, 2016

Can't Believe the Green Party Has Neglected This

It was certainly news to me.

Citizen journalists have recorded no credible sightings of the Loch Ness Monster since 2011, the very dawn of the era of superior undersea mapping, but they did notice the concentrated discharges of “aquatrails,” i.e. chemtrails of the sea.

Why? You might ask. Go ahead, you know you're dying to. 

Most disturbing of all, 2011 happens to be the exact point in time when Hillary Clinton cemented her authority over the Department of State, banishing her critics and forming extraordinary alliances at NSA and CIA. In addition, the Clinton Foundation gave her access to the clubby world of international capital markets and put her in the same room as Rockefellers and Rothschilds. 

The plot thickens like a good Mornay sauce.

The reason these events are so crucially important is that many well-respected cryptozoologists from Dr. Kent Hovind to Dr. Stephenson Billings believe that Scotland’s “Nessie” is actually a plesiosaur dinosaur and that her existence proves much of leftist Darwinian “theory” entirely wrong. In fact, the survival of this dinosaur would validate the Biblical timeline of a 6,000-year old earth and the Great Flood.

Yet global elites like Hillary Clinton will do everything to stop the reawakening of faith that a living Loch Ness plesiosaur would inspire.

Well, maybe the Greens are into that whole leftist Darwinian theory thing. Tough call.

Another victim of the Clinton Crime Family.


  1. Kent Hovind! I guess the whole argument was over, once such a great authority was mentioned.

    I love the whole argument: "There was a monster in that room until I opened the door and looked in, at which point there was no monster in the room. It apparently left just before the door was opened.

  2. Thank you Green Eagle. I hadn't even clicked on that Hovind link. And there's a roomful of people listening to that bullshit.