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    Yesterday, 05:44 PM
    The polarization was the fault of the media. Ask yourself this question. When before or since was there daily polls about whether or not someone was guilty or innocent? And then they broke the polls down by race. Even with that I saw some black people not cheering in ^that video and some white people were cheering. Also, where was all of the scrutiny of the Robert Blake acquittal? Robert Blake (I remember him as Beretta on TV), shot and killed his wife (admitted) and claimed it was an accident when he was cleaning his gun. He died last year. https://www.npr.org/2023/03/09/1162501709/robert-blake-the-actor-acquitted-in-wifes-killing-dies-at-89
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    Yesterday, 04:21 PM
    https://nypost.com/2024/04/11/us-news/planet-fitness-member-arrested-after-going-to-ladies-locker-room-claiming-he-identified-as-a-woman/ Planet Fitness member arrested after going into ladies’ locker room ‘completely naked’ and claiming he identified as a woman By Social Links forSnejana Farberov Published April 11, 2024 Updated April 11, 2024, 9:03 a.m. ET A Planet Fitness member in North Carolina allegedly entered a ladies’ locker room at the gym and stripped down “completely naked,” claiming that he identified as a woman, according to police and 911 callers.
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    Yesterday, 04:09 PM
    I'm speaking only for myself. I watched the trial intently. The police and prosecution fxcked up with the chain of evidence. And the DNA lab in the OJ trial wasn't even accredited. I think some people would have found OJ guilty regardless and some would have found OJ not guilty regardless. Some still think Derek Chauvin is innocent despite the knee on the neck 2 1/2 minutes after the George Floyd no longer had a pulse. Some think Kyle Rittenhouse is guilty despite video showing him running AWAY from the white child rapist who was trying to take his gun. (The race of Kyle's victims is important because people try to make something racial out of it even t though everyone his shot was white.) There's the the Central Park 6 that Trump still thinks are guilty despite someone else already having been convicted of that crime. Oh, and what about Harvey Milk's killer Dan White who got off on the "Twinkie Defense?" I saw one of those (white) jurors who said "He seemed like such a nice young man. There had to be SOME reason for him to do what he did." At the end of the day there are 12 people who have 12 opinions that may or may not agree with yours. After that....life tends to go on. Edit: One more thing. I know more than one black democrat that thought OJ was guilty the whole time and at least one white republican that still thought OJ was innocent even after OJ wrote the book "How I would have done it." And I've gone from thinking Michael Jackson was innocent of pedophilia to thinking he was guilty to now thinking he probably was innocent and my latest switch to thinking he was innocent came from a Candace Owens monologue.
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    Yesterday, 03:46 PM
    That's what I was thinking. Most people got a little bit of everyone in them so exempt everybody.
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    Yesterday, 03:44 PM
    I agree it's a mess. And Trump's lawyers made a mess of dealing with the mess. Sydney Powell should have done a "friend of the court" brief on Democrat Stacey Abram's lawsuit about the 2018 governors race that she (Stacey) said was stolen from her by Dominion Voting Machines and simply said "We agree with Stacey that this is messed up and we think the problem still isn't fixed." Then the media would have had to attack Stacey while attacking Trump. But nooooo. She had to come up with some crazy Venezuela conspiracy theory that she later recanted.
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    Yesterday, 03:41 PM
    Tucker Carlson gave Sydney Powell ample opportunity to produce "The Kraken" and she utterly failed to do so and ultimately has turned on Trump.
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    Yesterday, 11:21 AM
    Cyber attack?
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    Yesterday, 06:26 AM
    Recover lost wages? What he's really trying to do is get more taxes.
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    Yesterday, 06:20 AM
    Alex Jones is a canary in the coal mine. What happens to him happens to others. Alex Jones got de-platformed, others got de-platformed. Alex Jones was attacked through defamation lawsuits, Fox News got attacked by defamation lawsuits and Tucker is still being smeared on that when he was the one telling the truth. (The 2020 election was shady but Trump's lawyers failed to produce any evidence proving it was actually stolen). It's the tactics being used that are important to consider.
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    Yesterday, 05:46 AM
    I looked this story up. Canada actually calls their euthenization regime "MAD" or 'Medically Assisted Death." The judge literally said that if doctors aren't allowed to kill her, she will suffer irreparable harm. https://thebridgehead.ca/2024/03/27/canadian-judge-rules-27-year-old-autistic-woman-can-be-euthanized-to-prevent-irreparable-harm-to-her/ On March 14, I reported on the story of a 27-year-old Albertan woman with autism who had been approved for euthanasia in December; she was planning to receive a lethal injection on February 1 when her father, whom she lives with, successfully obtained a temporary court injunction the day prior. Her father argued that her autism and “possibly other undiagnosed maladies do not satisfy the eligibility criteria for MAiD ”; the daughter’s attorney argued that it was “none of business.” It fell to Court of King’s Bench Justice Colin Feasby to examine the approval process and to determine whether the young woman was eligible for suicide-by-doctor. He admitted to being troubled by the case. “As a court, I can’t go second guessing these MAiD assessors… but I’m stuck with this: the only comprehensive assessment of this person done says she’s normal,” Feasby stated. “That’s really hard.” It shouldn’t have been. The desperate father has received another brutal setback in his quest to save his daughter from Canada’s euthanasia regime. On March 25, Feasby ruled that the injunction preventing her death be lifted. As the Calgary Herald put it: “Preventing a Calgary woman’s medically assisted death would cause her irreparable harm, a judge ruled Monday.” Reread that sentence a moment and let it sink in: preventing a woman’s death would cause her irreparable harm. In Canada’s euthanasia regime, words mean nothing. Suicide is healthcare. Stopping suicide causes irreparable harm. Death… doesn’t, somehow.
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    Yesterday, 05:40 AM
    The push for suicide is now literal. Did you see this thread? http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?566288-Depressed-but-healthy-Netherlands-woman-opts-to-be-euthenized&p=7223672#post7223672
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    Yesterday, 05:38 AM
    So...interesting. I read through your link and I saw some direct application to this story: 1. Fear of Abandonment One of the defining characteristics of Borderline Personality Disorder is fear of abandonment. The idea of being alone terrifies people with BPD and causes them a great deal of anxiety. Whether the threat of abandonment is real or imagined, it can produce a very strong response in people with BPD. They may beg their loved ones to stay, threaten self-harm or even suicide, seek revenge, have an affair, become very angry and verbally or physically abusive,
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    Yesterday, 05:23 AM
    Yes. That would be a good counter argument. To beat qualified immunity you have to argue that the government agent acted outside the scope of his employment. That said I've seen some fascists win on qualified immunity on some bizarre fact patterns. I was just saying they can't argue standing at all because lack of standing means you weren't personally damaged by the act and there's no way anyone can argue AJ wasn't personally damaged.
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    04-10-2024, 05:39 PM
    They can't argue lack of standing on this one. They might argue qualified immunity though.
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    04-10-2024, 05:03 PM
    This is a fascinating but infuriating discussion with Tucker. It's definitely a must-see for all Christians, especially for us Evangelicals.
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    04-09-2024, 08:58 AM
    My take is that part of the cause of depression is focusing on your problems and not on anybody else. And I was depressed to the point of suicide during my divorce. I didn't tell y'all about it but it was there. My soon to be ex-wife snapped me out of it once. "That's just Satan. If you kill yourself I'm going to sure your parents know it's not my fault." I was like "Damn!" But....she was right. We're all selfish people. I want to end my pain and to hell with the pain I might cause others in the process. Find other people to love (and I don't mean sexually) and feel the love coming back. That goes a long way to fighting depression IMO.
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    04-09-2024, 08:48 AM
    She has a 40 year old boyfriend that she's asked to be their with her at the end. https://www.thefp.com/p/im-28-and-im-scheduled-to-die I can't imagine killing myself and demanding someone that loved me be there to watch it. So yeah, that sounds like a personality disorder.
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    04-08-2024, 04:14 PM
    The same person who couldn't answer the question "What is a woman?"
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    04-08-2024, 03:43 PM
    https://ecency.com/hive-194913/@jmdrake1968/solar-eclipse-seen-from-alabama
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    04-07-2024, 05:10 PM
    Please spay or neuter your migrants to cut down on strays.
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    04-07-2024, 01:27 PM
    I remember that....
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    04-05-2024, 04:17 PM
    Dr.3D replied to a thread Disney Jones Locker in Open Discussion
    Maybe all that gear is incorporated in the costumes.
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    04-05-2024, 02:50 PM
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-13272847/Depressed-Dutch-woman-borderline-personality-disorder-euthanasia.html A physically healthy 28-year-old woman who suffers from depression and has autism and a borderline personality disorder will end her life with euthanasia, she has said. Zoraya ter Beek, who lives in a small village in the Netherlands, will be 'freed' early next month, she has claimed. She will be euthanized on the sofa in her home with her boyfriend by her side. Ter Beek decided she wanted to die after a psychiatrist told her 'there's nothing more we can do for you' and that 'it's never gonna get any better', The Free Press reported. It is understood that a doctor will give her a sedative before administering a drug that will stop her heart.
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    04-05-2024, 11:05 AM
    Okay. I looked up the story. Sounds like gay minors can be put on the sex offender registry for instances that straight minors cannot. It's hard to believe that until recently, there were still laws on the books that made it illegal to be gay. Our legal system may no longer explicitly prohibit same-sex relationships, but we have found new ways to criminalize ***** kids. We label them as sex offenders. Across the country, children are put on sex-offense registries for behaviors that range from "playing doctor" to streaking to having consensual sex with peers a few years apart in age. The statistics are scary: out of 800,000 people on registries, one out of four -- more than 200,000 -- are under the age of 18. A child as young as 8 years old can be labeled as a "deviant." Additionally, initial investigations show a disproportionate number of these youth are *****. To be clear, kids do commit serious harm. Regardless of the behavior, though, two decades of research have shown that registration does not reduce recidivism or prevent harm in the first place. And the LGBTQ disparity isn't a reflection of justice -- or public safety. It's an indication of the implicit and explicit bias woven throughout the legal and welfare systems and all the more reason to make eliminating the practice of registering youth a priority. A report, called "Give the Kid a Break -- But Only if He's Straight," found that LGBTQ young people are given harsher punishments than their straight, gender-conforming counterparts. In the study, participants suggested disciplinary consequences for an older teenager having sex with a 14-year-old. A 16-year-old straight culprit was much less likely to end up on the registry than a gay 16-year-old.
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    04-05-2024, 10:58 AM
    I'm surprised nobody posted about Nex Benedict. People falsely claimed Nex was beaten to death when in fact Nex instigated a fight with 3 younger girls by throwing water on them because Nex thought the girls were laughing and Nex and Nex's friends for how they dressed and how they talked. When the other girls came at Nex, Nex managed to slam one of their heads into a paper dispenser but they got Nex on the ground and hit Nex until Nex passed out. In police bodycam video at the hospital after the incident, Nex seemed fine and Nex's mother, who referred to Nex using she/her pronouns, asked the police officer about filing charges against the other girls but the officer said since Nex started the fight that might not be a good idea. The next day, Nex overdosed on antidepressants. LGBTQ activists have claimed that maybe that was a cover up and maybe Nex really DID die from head injuries, but there's no evidence whatsoever to suggest that. And it doesn't even sound like this had anything to do with Nex being LGBTQ. All sorts of kids get laughed at in high school for how they look and how they talked. I got excoriated in the 1980s in high school for wearing bell bottoms my mom bought me from Goodwill not knowing there were out of style. The white kids didn't say anything. It was the other black kids following me, pointing at me and saying "Ding dong, ding dong." I never wore those pants or any other bell bottoms again. Edit: And I've seen conservatives get this story too. "He shouldn't have been in the wrong bathroom." Wrong! Nex was born a she and Nex was in the correct bathroom. And what's the preferred bathroom for a non-binary anyway? Note I'm purposefully avoiding the use of pronouns whatsoever for Nex. They/them is singular. Crazy Ezra Miller was the first person I heard of using they/them and it confuses the hell out of reporting. Like when Miller was arrested for taking a minor Native American girl out of the country without her guardians' permission the news kept saying "they" were arrested and I was like "The police arrested the victim too?" Nope. It was just idiot Ezra Miller, who also tweeted he was in another dimension (I think he took his Flash movie role a little too seriously), that was arrested. Also Nex's mom used "she/her" in front of Nex when talking to the police.
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    04-04-2024, 05:03 PM
    jmdrake replied to a thread Candace Owens in U.S. Political News
    Another white man.
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    04-04-2024, 03:31 PM
    jmdrake replied to a thread Candace Owens in U.S. Political News
    How exactly did "diversity" get us to old racist white men who have credible allegations of sexual misconduct against them and like to grab guns as much as the like to grab p*ssy or sniff hair and who seem to have diminished mental capacity (Trump has claimed more than once that he's running against Obama and Biden forgot the years he was Obama's VP), and who are both Zionists and supported COVID lockdowns and experimental vaccines and immunity for vaccine manufacturers as our "only options" (yeah I know there are third parties and independents) for POTUS? And seriously at no point during the ACTUALLY diverse Obama administration did we seem to be careening so quickly to civil war. And every other day either Biden or Trump or both says or does something that should disqualify him for president. Trump reposting a picture of Biden hog tied on the tailgate of someone's truck may be funny but it's also unnecessarily provocative. Why the hell even do that? And Biden proclaiming "transgender visibility day" to be the same day as Easter (yeah I know Obama initially set March 31st to be the day...but it wasn't a statute or executive order and Biden could have changed it), seems unnecessary. Biden should have been indicted for the firing of the Ukraine prosecutor. But Trump refused to go after Hillary when he had the chance. I don't see any diversity at all. I could use some damn diversity.
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