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Stinky_Stork 5 points ago +5 / -0

Mark Cuban is NOT a white hat, if that is what you were saying.

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Stinky_Stork 2 points ago +2 / -0

Ford details aluminum in Expedition / Lincoln navigator: https://www.oem1stop.com/sites/default/files/OnTarget_vol3_highres.pdf

Steel frames aluminum body panels. what burned? the body panels. what was left? steel frames.

You didnt even consider the fact that nearly every fluid under the hood of vehicles is also flammable when heated.

The secret service was no longer in possession of the vehicles when they burned - they had been returned to Hertz and were parked at the airport. The vehicle was totally unattended for hours before somebody noticed the smoke plume.

You have consistently misreported key facts that are undisputable. Examples: -Ford does infact use aluminum in Expedition -Who had possession of the vehicles when they burned -How long the fire burned before being discovered I suggest you do more research and rethink your position on this event.

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Stinky_Stork 10 points ago +10 / -0

this right here is good analysis. Twitter wasnt the SOURCE... it was simply the medium thru which they were propogated. It still is to some degree but is now considered compromised i assume.

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Stinky_Stork 2 points ago +2 / -0

you forget just how much plastic is present under the hood of modern vehicles.... and how hot plastic burns. hot enough to melt aluminum - which the bodies and hoods of Expeditions are made out of.

Modern DOT 4 brake fluid, engine oil, Automatic Transmission Fluid, and power steering fluid, is all highly flammable as well when heated. the brake fluid reservoir burning up would dump burning brake fluid unto the pavement and ignite nearby tires and anything else flammable - tires + wheel well liners alone will burn for hours. Power Steering lines and reservoir would do the same.

Fuel lines also remain under pressure for days after parking a vehicle, all vehicle fuel systems have some 'soft' line that could burn thus spraying a small amount of pressurized gasoline out further spreading the flames onto more plastics like bumper covers, foam bumper inserts, plastic grilles... no external fuel is needed as vehicles have all the fuel ready to go to burn for hours.

....i work on Corvettes and Camaros in my spare time and race often so I sorta know what im talking about if you havent surmised. Racetracks take fires very seriously for this reason. a small underhood fire will destroy an entire vehicle if left alone. Every racer knows this. this event is no different.

also you are incorrect about who travels in what. The Presidential motorcade consists of mostly armored vehicles but the secret service does lots of travelling outside of the motorcade to secure the routes and places scheduled to visit and this travel is best done incognito so as not to tip off any threats. AKA in civilian vehicles and not in large convoys cause anybody can spot 3 identical black Suburbans with government plates and tinted windows and know the feds are rolling in.

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Stinky_Stork 1 point ago +1 / -0

it was a piss poor assassination attempt, if that is the only alternative answer. to run with that theory someone would have had to plant an unknown device under the hood of this vehicle while it was in possession of the Secret Service designed to cause a fire at a given time supposedly and it just took longer than expected to cause the fire? even biden's feeble ass can get out of an SUV before a small underhood fire becomes a real threat to him BTW. What kind of device would do that? how would the perp get access under the hood of a vehicle in USSS possession? why not a simple car bomb?

now that we have fleshed out what would need to occur for this to be an assasination attempt - which explanation sounds more credible?

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Stinky_Stork 4 points ago +4 / -0

check the photos. only one actually had the faulty part and caught fire. the ensuing blaze damaged nearby vehicles.

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Stinky_Stork 6 points ago +6 / -0

They're trying desperately to link SBF to the right wing now that they can no longer fool the public about the depth and breadth of his misdeeds.

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Stinky_Stork 3 points ago +3 / -0

Ford has had a recall already in place for a while on this issue that does in fact cause underhood fires in affected vehicles, and this vehicle hadn't been into a dealership yet to replace the faulty parts. As much as I wanted to find something dasting here just a little digging put that idea to bed. It wasn't an assassination attempt - just poor quality control from Ford.

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Stinky_Stork 3 points ago +3 / -0

The deadline for Elons demand to agree to long hours at high intensity or quit just hit. Hundreds quit today.

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Stinky_Stork 1 point ago +1 / -0

yeah i remember that too. all he can do is read the tea leaves and speculate just like the rest of us. clearly he was wrong back then. a lot of us got a lot wrong around that timeframe.

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Stinky_Stork 5 points ago +5 / -0

around 30 minutes in he goes into the uptick in activity around Biggs AAF that look like troops cycling thru then moving out to many many places across the country, Plus an emergency government contract to purchase concealable AR mag carriers from about a month ago.

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Stinky_Stork 49 points ago +50 / -1

technically she isnt eligible to be VEEP either but here we are

...neither was Hussein but they don't care about rules that nobody enforces.

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Stinky_Stork 4 points ago +4 / -0

Thats what you call a 250 year delta. would be epic if something along these lines happens in 5 days, but i predict Trump really was planning to announce his run for POTUS and this plan is now likely delayed until after the Georgia runoff for Herschel Walker.

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Stinky_Stork 6 points ago +6 / -0

this right here is 100% spot on. We label too many people shills - almost as bad as the left labelling everything fascist and racist

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Stinky_Stork 10 points ago +11 / -1

it wouldnt be a zero delta if anything happens on 11/3 or 11/4... thats a 5 year delta.

Zero deltas require Q and Trump to post at the exact same time.

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