And a Lora Hubbel blast from the past

I don’t know if I ever featured this Facebook post from current Gubernatorial candidate Lora Hubbel back in 2015 when she promoted it to her friends and followers, but I was looking for a photo, and stumbled across it.

I’m sure it was one of those that was too good to pass up at the time.

Brain Eating Nanobots Being Put in Vaccines Says Whistleblower.”

Doesn’t that single post do a great job in encapsulating everything that’s wrong with a Hubbel candidacy for Governor?

21 Replies to “And a Lora Hubbel blast from the past”

  1. grudznick

    I am unsure about what these nanobots are but brain eating things in vaccines does not sound like a good thing for anybody. Does anyone have any evidence that young Ms. Hubbel is getting mentally more or less stable, and if so would you share?

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  2. Tara Volesky

    lol….reaching…..Won’t post her front page article from the Mitchell daily republic as to why she is running for Governor. Oh well Pat, you would be a great writer for SNL. These are pretty comical. You must spend a lot of time on her fb page.

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  3. Lora Hubbel

    You know my education in Biology and Nursing…I have taught Microbiology at the college level….and I must have found this article interesting years ago when I posted it. I have not researched it further nor do I recall passively posting it. But you must be some kind of freak to have such an extensive file on my FB postings.

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    1. Pat Powers Post author

      Or it was so off the wall, batsh*t crazy when I read it, I had to grab a screen shot.

      They’re your words, not mine. If you don’t like being reminded of them, perhaps you shouldn’t make them?

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      1. Tara Volesky

        You can make it out how ever you want Pat, but I really don’t think you are going to fool many people, maybe just the stupid ones.

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      1. Tara Volesky

        shouldn’t that be up to the parents? Why would anybody else care? If you are for all these vaccinations and have been vaccinated, you have nothing to worry about what someone else chooses to do.

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        1. Anne Beal

          That’s not how it works. The vaccines do not always take in some individuals, for example I had the whole Hepatitis B series and found out later I never developed antibodies. This is not a failure of the vaccine, it is the failure of my immune system to react to it. Some people never sero-convert after an active infection and are chronically infected. If I ever contract an active Hep B infection I might never recover. I depend on other people to have antibodies so that I don’t get it.

          Another reason everybody should be vaccinated is that it is almost impossible to quarantine an infant until the child is old enough to be immunized. That just doesn’t work for those who cannot afford to stay home with a baby 24/7. We have all seen newborns in Walmart. Last week I helped a mom with a newborn get a stroller into the Washington DC underground metro. (Ewwww!!!) It would be nice if all new mothers had the money to keep their babies out of public spaces until they are old enough to immunized but that isn’t happening.

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  4. Tara Volesky

    Your right. Maybe I got confused with your title. I just called Lora to tell her about your new post about her. I couldn’t get through it because I was laughing so hard. You missed your calling SNL.

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  5. Anne Beal

    Getting back to the brain-eating nanobots, though, it is actually possible that infectious prions of the type which cause Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease, Kuru, and Bovine Spongeiform Encephalopathy (Mad Cow Disease) COULD be hidden in vaccines as a form of biological warfare against an entire population. So vigilance about who is producing our vaccine supplies makes even more sense than concern about who is producing our software.

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  6. Sheri

    Why is it that Tara Volesky is always speaking for Lora? Is it because Lora has made a fool of herself so many times or because Volesky wants Lora to win so she can grow hemp for profit on her land?

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