Former candidate for Governor making bizarre claims that State acting nefariously in case of missing child.

Former Republican/Constitution Party Candidate for Governor Lora Hubbel seems to be continuing with a string of accusations that the State of South Dakota is involved in the unfortunate passing of people from a myriad of circumstances.

In early December of last year, Hubbel made a claim in social media that “All the murders in SD lead back to the GOED,” and claimed they are out to steal people’s mineral rights.

In the past couple of weeks, the former candidate recently made another outlandish claim that Ft. Pierre Lawyer Patrick Duffy might not have passed away from heart disease, and in a claim straight out of science fiction intimated that the attorney might have been the victim of a “CIA heart attack gun.” 

Now, just yesterday, the former State Representative made an utterly bizarre accusation on Facebook that the state of South Dakota has somehow erred in the story of a child who ran away from a caregiver at a private care facility near Rapid City, and claimed the child may have fallen victim to something she calls “Bendacide”:

Of course, the State has nothing to do with any of it, aside from participating in searching for the child, but why let actual facts get in the way of bizarre internet claims.

It seems that the less attention Hubbel is able to generate through her continued string of failed political ambitions, the more insensitive and completely off-the-wall her claims become.

37 Replies to “Former candidate for Governor making bizarre claims that State acting nefariously in case of missing child.”

  1. Charlie Hoffman

    Unfortunately mental health almost always defies self regulation and only comes full circle upon forced mirrored introspection. Thankfully with proper familial and professional help a path toward normal behavior can be achieved.

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  2. Tara Volesky

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    1. Anonymous

      What has that got to do with a child running away from a private facility? She wasn’t at a state facility. She wasn’t ill. She wasn’t denied medical attention. She wasn’t abducted. She ran away of her own accord.

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        1. Anonymous

          Tara has Dr. Terry LaFleur had time to investigate this too? He could take a break from his campaign for Governor. He and Lora should pool resources.

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          1. Tara Volesky

            Very funny……..he sued Lora and a few others for one hundred million dollars. lol I think the Judge threw it out. Now that guy is something else.

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            1. Anonymous

              Maybe the amount was too high. 100 million dollars? Using his lawyerly Dr. skills could he try to sue again for say 50 million?

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  3. Tara Volesky

    I was just watching the news from a couple of days ago and the authorities said the lost child did not qualify for an Amber Alert.

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    1. duggersd

      I have a state e-mail account. I got the alert on Monday as I said. I guess it was called an “Endangered Missing Advisory”. I guess that does not say Amber Alert, but I really do not see a difference. The end result is the same.

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  4. William Beal

    I’m honestly concerned for Lora.

    She’s not the person I knew a decade ago, or maybe I didn’t really know her at all, but I’m truly sorry for her.

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  5. Tara Volesky

    Nothing wrong with Lora except she has such a passion and empathy for people. She wears her heart on her sleeve and when things like this happens it weighs very heavily on her and she takes everything into consideration and tries to piece everything together. Don’t take my word for it, just check out the hundreds of comments from people throughout the state that are questioning the disappearance of this little girl. I think it’s called caring. It’s probably just the Nurse in her.

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    1. grudznick

      Young Ms. Hubbel is prettier and insaner than most, a very intriguing combination. I just bet you that there are secret documents in the legislatures council of research that even foretold of this happening.

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    1. Tara Volesky

      Lora Hubbel is with Dalia Johnson.
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      My beautiful and kind neighbor…please come: Special ladies prayer meeting for Dalia, tomorrow (Feb 6) at 6:15-6:45 pm Eastside Baptist Church (Sioux Falls, South Dakota). All lady friends and family in Sioux Falls and nearby are welcome to come and lift up Dalia in prayer as a group. Dalia and her family are greatly in need of prayers right now. Please make plans to be there. If you can’t be here I’d encourage you to gather together with your church lady friends or family …
      See More ………..so Troy would you say this is evil and insane?

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      1. Troy Jones

        Good point. She might be a sociopath.

        So let me be clear: I think her to be a mean, evil rotten human being, or insane, or a raving sociopath.

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        1. Tara Volesky

          Troy, why you are calling Lora all those nasty names when all she is doing is questioning CHS, our state government and their policies. Maybe your concern should be focused at the missing child instead of Lora Hubbel.

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              1. Anonymous

                Flippantly saying “maybe not” as though it is no big deal when people are suffering is a garbage thing to do. And if time proves Lora wrong, as it so often does, she and her ilk will move on as though there was no foul. But there was. And it’s about time you “empathetic” folks start participating in some damn introspection about your behavior.

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  6. Tara Volesky

    I would think her first amendment rights would over-rule your statements. Just because you don’t agree with someone or like what they they have to say doesn’t mean they should lose there job or license. We would have a lot of un-employed people if they followed your advice Troy. Don’t forget, you live in America where we have freedom of speech whether you like it or not.

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  7. Troy Jones

    Tara,

    I am a full supporter of the First Amendment of all, including Lora.

    But, if one’s speech indicates they are evil or insane or a sociopath (in a way evil+insane), it should be a criteria for loss of a nursing license out of concern for patients.

    Regarding the child, nothing she has said will help find the child. In fact, as always her narcissistic comments are a distraction from focus on the matter at hand, in this case finding the child.

    Pat gives Lora the benefit of doubt by attributing her comments as the ramblings of a person who is insane. I fear they are more sinister.

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  8. Troy Jones

    Anonymous 8:42:

    Exactly. When the entire first responder and volunteers are doing their best to find this girl, Lora asserts malfeasance because of her narcissism. She knows nothing about what she speaks but she has to get attention for herself. Evil or sick. I’m willing to allow others to make the final diagnosis.

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  9. Tara Volesky

    Troy, you have a right to your opinion and so does Lora. Remember the Gena Score case and now Brady Folkens. When children go missing or die at the hands of authorities, people have a right to question whatever they what. Read the hundreds of comments on all of the media’s fb pages.

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    1. Anne Beal

      So Tara, if a child runs away from a daycare facility, summer camp, school, amusement park, whatever place their parents have taken them, it’s a conspiracy? There’s a cover-up in the highest levels of state government? I had a three year old escape from a church nursery during the Janklow Administration. Who knew?

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