Something Tells Me Libs Aren’t Gonna Like Chappaquiddick

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The Kennedys will not be happy. They may try to kill this film. (In 40 years no one has even tried to tell this story accurately.) Allen will have to present quite a PR front and solid distribution. This isn’t a tabloid story. Curran is damn serious.  If Mary Jo as #MeToo victim takes off, the movie will click. This really happened. Ted Kennedy–using his brothers’ assassinations for sympathy–convinced the world that he just didn’t know what happened to this beautiful, smart young woman. “Chappaquiddick” is quite stunning.

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21 Comments on Something Tells Me Libs Aren’t Gonna Like Chappaquiddick

  1. Why are these stories being examined publicly decades after the “powers that be” no longer have a use for the darling politicians being outed? I guess the question answers itself. I don’t expect to live long enough to see the mainstream unmasking of that Trojan horse they rolled onto the White House lawn: Obama/Jarret.




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  2. So I guess the “dead-long-enough” / “Out-of-Office” time is down to 9 or 10 years? This is good. Because all of Barkey’s crap can come out in under 8 years if this downtrend continues.




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  3. Lyin’ of the Senate.

    Let’s also remember his direct communications with the Kremlin to thwart Reagan.

    A Twofer: A coward and a traitor.




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  4. I hope the movie ends with a montage of Hillary, Barack, Schumer and a multitude of Democrat politicians having their picture taken with Ted and slobbering about how great he is.




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  5. Q.: Why did it take Teddy Kennedy 10 hours to report the accident at Chappaquiddick?

    A.: It takes a lot of time to dress a dead girl underwater.




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  6. So ten (10) years after they screw Hitlery and Bubba in the ground……

    We’ll be told the truth about all their crimes and the Arkancides….???




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  7. Maybe they can highlight a few “Intern Sandwiches” that he made.

    How the media can look the camera in the face every night is beyond me.




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  8. @Cat Whisperer February 28, 2018 at 7:09 am

    > I hope the movie ends with a montage of Hillary, Barack, Schumer and a multitude of Democrat politicians having their picture taken with Ted and slobbering about how great he is.

    All wearing fishnets and bustiers. Ethel Mermaning while Esther Willaimsing, in the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool. “Don’t dream it. Be-he it.”




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  9. BFH,

    Great agitprop.

    The car aquarium art was also in its own league when it comes to Ted. You should post it every anniversary.




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