Robot Wins Oklahoma Primary

Lucas and Murray

Timothy Ray Murray (left, human) and Congressman Frank D Lucas (right, robot)

“It is widely known Rep. Frank D. Lucas is no longer alive and has been displayed by a lookalike. Lucas’ look-alike was depicted as sentenced on a white stage in southern Ukraine on or about Jan. 11, 2011. On television they were depicted as being executed by the hanging about the neck until death on a white stage and in front of witnesses. Other now current Members of Congress have shared those facts on television also. We know that it is possible to use look alike artificial or manmade replacements, however Rep. Lucas was not eligible to serve as a Congressional Member after that time.”

That’s the Tea Party candidate for Oklahoma’s 3rd congressional district Timothy Ray Murray, who lost his primary challenge to incumbent congressman Frank Lucas.

Murray will be challenging the results of the primary based on his claim that Lucas is actually a robot, and that the real Lucas was executed in Ukraine by the “World Court”.

Lucas clarified that he has never been to Ukraine, and I was inclined to side with him until he made that statement. Whether he’s been to Ukraine isn’t really the part of the accusation that’s piqued everyone’s interest, so why deny that bizarrely specific element unless the rest is real? What’s wrong, Lucas? Is your CPU malfunctioning?

Mr Murray received only 5.2% of the vote, which isn’t much until you consider that three thousand four hundred and forty-two legally-functioning adults thought he was worthy of a vote.

“I will NEVER use Artificial Intelligence look-alike to voice what the Representative’s Office is doing nor own a robot look-alike.”

One thought on “Robot Wins Oklahoma Primary

  1. There’s more…

    He claims to be an ambassador, but doesn’t really suggest who or what he’s an ambassador to, claiming to have been sworn to this duty by President Ford. Murray was born in 1966, so if Ford swore him to some duty whilst in office, Murray would have been, at most, eleven years old at the time.

    As an ambassador, he claims to have received protection from being placed on a starship against his will, and blocked measures than would have seen every human on Earth implanted with a “de-human chip”.

    If that’s all true, then we owe him a debt of thanks.

    (Edited to add: he’s taken the link down, so you’ll have to trust me on all of that. Or find the original page cached somewhere.)

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