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    Today, 08:29 PM
    Check this one! :D
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  • jmdrake's Avatar
    Today, 08:25 PM
    Some pro-freedom people are already moving to Mexico. http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?551594-Which-countries-have-the-most-US-expats&highlight=expats Iceland is looking pretty good. The imprisoned their worst banksters and they didn't lock down over COVID yet had great results controlling the virus. (Opposite of the Trump administration). https://www.mintpressnews.com/mr-iceland-locks-up-more-bankers-but-americas-bankers-are-still-too-big-to-jail-iceland-sentences-its-29th-banker-to-prison-us-bankers-still-collecting-bonuses-iceland/213256/ https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-56412790
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    Today, 07:50 PM
    Well...I didn't see that coming.
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    Today, 07:50 PM
    The early response, surprisingly, seems to be split. They did a good job crafting that message. There are a lot of people - even on the left - that don't think they're getting the full story on Covid, but they have been shamed into not questioning it out loud. Maher gave them permission and it seems many of them are going for it. Even the negative comments aren't attacking him as I expected - it's more that they're saying his explanation was off on a few things and is incomplete. But it's not the all-out craziness we usually see. At least not yet - it may take them a day or two to be given their talking points on it. Once that happens, all bets are off. But for now, it seems we're enjoying a little eye-opening event. We should probably be thinking about how to get this to spiral... Getting a few more voices feeling liberated might help.
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    Today, 07:13 PM
    If there is ever a zombie apocalypse, I'm drafting this guy.
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    Today, 06:53 PM
    Oh come on. Don't tell me you're at all surprised by this. Biden got away with calling black children roaches, saying all 7-elevens are run by East Indians, asking a black reporter if he had been using cocaine after the reporter asking him the legit question of whether he would take a cognitive test and telling a black radio personality "If you haven't decided yet your going to vote for me you ain't black." Yeah...democrats get a free pass on being racist. The governor of Virginia is still in good graces after it was proved that he was either in blackface or wearing a KKK robe. And don't get me started on Robert Byrd. Edit: And do they really give away green jackets for chess? I thought that was golf. Biden quote: “Yoshi, I know how proud you are — the people of Japan are — and you’ve got a Japanese boy coming over here, and guess what? He won the Masters. He won the Masters. He won the green jacket,” Biden said in the Rose Garden. Keep that demented racist away from the nukes!
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    Today, 06:47 PM
    LOL. You've got more spin than a laundry mat. So the reason Trump waiting until March 1 to talk about this is what exactly?
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    Today, 06:45 PM
    Being strong on property rights makes him "soft" in your twisted eyes.
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    Today, 03:14 PM
    Oh I would agree. I just think that Trump is also a leftist.
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    Today, 03:11 PM
    No. But it would have been helpful as part of his impeachment trial. Why did he make that public statement now? Could it be that he's trying to rehabilitate his image? Yeah. That was aimed at BLM unrest. But here's the other thing. If he was so certain that there was going to be trouble in D.C. he could have cancelled his rally or moved it to a different city.
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    Today, 12:15 PM
    Shrug all you want. Do you have any evidence that Trump made any public statement prior to March 1 about calling for the National Guard? Surely that would have been helpful for his impeachment trial. Your reason why it didn't come up then is what exactly?
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    Today, 12:04 PM
    You must have missed this as I edited. Edit: And in the Nationl Review article, Shapiro, while claiming to want to see somebody "do something", has nothing to say about what should be done about police brutality. It's all "Black people should commit less crimes." Okay. That's why when I talk about police brutality I also talk about when it hapens to white people! Kelly Thomas. The white kid (I can't remember his name) who flashed his high beams at a cop and ended up dead. The white guy who was playing video games and the police shot him because they thought his Wii controller was a gun. The white guy who's neighbor SWATTED because he didn't like how loud his video game was and he answered the door holding a gun, then immediately put it down when he saw it was the police and was shot in the back by another officer. It's a long list. There's a whole thread on this. As for your two points, the "it's an isolated incident" is the reason he was bothered by Obama's outrage. Obama shouldn't have been making such a fuss over an "isolated incident" that's a "rounding error." Yeah...Ben Shapiro would have been against the American Revolution too. Boston Massacre? Nothing to see here. Isolated incident.
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    Today, 11:52 AM
    And note that the U.S. had fewer deaths per million than the UK, France, Spain, Italy and Belgium. But listening to liars like Dr. Fauci and you'd think we had the worst COVID on the planet.
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    Today, 11:45 AM
    That quote must be from the Tweet you posted that didn't come through as it's not in the National Review article that talks about the "isolated incident." Most of Shapiro's outrage seems aimed at Obama for daring to be outraged about what happened to Castile. Edit: And in the Nationl Review article, Shapiro, while claiming to want to see somebody "do something", has nothing to say about what should be done about police brutality. It's all "Black people should commit less crimes." Okay. That's why when I talk about police brutality I also talk about when it hapens to white people! Kelly Thomas. The white kid (I can't remember his name) who flashed his high beams at a cop and ended up dead. The white guy who was playing video games and the police shot him because they thought his Wii controller was a gun. The white guy who's neighbor SWATTED because he didn't like how loud his video game was and he answered the door holding a gun, then immediately put it down when he saw it was the police and was shot in the back by another officer. It's a long list. There's a whole thread on this.
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    Today, 11:32 AM
    And where did Ben Shapiro say that it was wrong for the officer to be acquitted in that case?
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    Today, 11:31 AM
    And what are your stats, since you supposedly keep up with this, on how many are killed by other methods? Hint, Google "spit sock" deaths. :rolleyes: Not according to the autopsy report which showed a partial crushed larnyx. The cops that beat Kelly Thomas to death said, right before they started beating him "We're going to fvck you up." What would you call that exactly? Oh yeah...and they got off.
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    Today, 11:24 AM
    Okay. But I can't control who other people call or don't call phony. Again my point is about the false narrative that has people thinking they shouldn't worry about police brutality because it can't happen to them or their loved ones. There should be blowback in the black and the white community directed at the people responsible! Again, Kelly Thomas was white.
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    Today, 11:20 AM
    Your Ben Shapiro tweet didn't come through. But this article shows he ultimately didn't support Castille. https://www.nationalreview.com/2016/07/black-lives-matter-obama-statement-police-shootings-not-helpful/ I can't read this article by Shapiro because it's behind a paywall, but the part I can read doesn't seem supportive either. https://www.dailywire.com/news/alton-sterling-and-philando-castile-cases-why-cant-ben-shapiro The Blaze made a big deal that "even the black jurors" were in favor of acquital of Castile's killer.
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    Today, 11:07 AM
    With all due respect, I called out phony conservatives and phony liberals. If you aren't phony the shoe doesn't fit so why wear it? I don't put Ron or Rand Paul in the "phony" conservative bunch. I put Biden in the "phony liberal" category. But Trump shot himself in the foot when he told Bob Woodward that he downplayed COVID-19 because he didn't want to "cause a panic." There is no way to dress that up. And I'm not telling you to do that. I'm talking about how everyone is getting manipulated by the phonies. Tell me this. Does it bother you that Kelly Thomas getting beat to death got no national coverage? It bothers me.
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    Today, 10:56 AM
    For the record George Floyd wasn't shot so he wouldn't have even shown up in the database you're citing and yet he is the most famous police death ever. Eric Garner also wasn't shot. Kelly Thomas (white) wasn't shot. And who said anything about marching? I haven't. Straw man argument on your part. The black kid who had his hands up shouldn't have been shot. Kelly Thomas shouldn't have been beat to death. The white kid who flashed his high beams at a police officer shouldn't have been pulled over, there shouldn't have been an arrest attempt, he shouldn' t have been tased and he shouldn't have been shot. I suppose in 1775 you'd have called the Boston Massacre a "rounding error" and insisted that there be no American revolution too.
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    Today, 10:49 AM
    It wouldn't be any weirder than you calling me "autistic" for pointing my pointing out that one of the best known gun rights advocates in the world attacked Philando Castille over having marijuana while legally carrying a gun. Oh but some anonymous person on RPF defended Castille so that covers it. :rolleyes:
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    Today, 10:46 AM
    LOL. First I doubt it actually happened. Trump had plenty of time between Jan 1 and March 1 to make a public statement in support of the National Guard. Second, it undercuts the "They were just going into the capital to peacefully register their complaint about the election and there were a few bad apples" narrative being put forward in support of the Trump supporters, many of whom were shown the way in by police. But go ahead and try to spin it.
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    Today, 10:39 AM
    :rolleyes: Dana Loesch was head of the worlds largest gun rights organization. She has a helluva lot more clout then you. Just because you supported Castille doesn't mean that's the rule and not the exception. You are the one acting mentally deficient here. Edit: And I don't see where you mentioned Castille. Oh...that's right... you "edited it to make it shorter." :rolleyes:
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    Today, 10:37 AM
    And ^that's the way it should be handled. Needless deaths by police, even if the victims aren't "neurosurgeons", should result in changes in policy. The cop that choked Eric Garner to death in Democrat run New York when a black democrat was POTUS didn't get fired until last year. And yes, Mayor Lightford should be driven from office on a rail.
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    Today, 10:28 AM
    You never heard about the head of the NRA attacking him? https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/dana-loesch-explains-why-the-nra-didnt-defend-philando-castile
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    Today, 10:26 AM
    What they had were her ex boyfriend on tape. Regardless the reason they didn't go with the story at first is they didn't have an angle to smear her on at first. :rolleyes: That would be all the more reason to trumped the story! How many times is a gay nightclub shot up? How many times did we hear about it? How many times is there a school shooting? How many times do we hear about it? Your "logic" is ass-backwards. Rare events are much more newsworthy. And you have no idea what the rate actually is because you aren't keeping up with it precisely because those events aren't talked about.
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    Today, 09:53 AM
    That grinding sound you hear is Trump throwing his own supporters under the bus....and then backing up over them. https://www.foxnews.com/politics/trump-says-he-requested-10k-national-guard-troops-at-capitol-on-day-of-riot
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    Today, 09:49 AM
    Eldridged stripped before coming out of the house. I'm pretty sure the shirtless guy had his hands up. Eldridge had shot at police earlier that evening which is why he knew he had to take such extreme measures to avoid getting shot.
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    Today, 09:47 AM
    How do you know they are "rare exceptions" when nobody talks about those cases? Nobody talked about Breonna Taylor either....until the police got their story straight about the alledged drug connection. Only when there is controversy is the case talked about. I bet you never heard about the case of the black man in Lebanon Tennessee that was gunned down by police who did a no knock raid on the wrong house. And no, he was never accused of drugs...which is why you never heard of the case. Then there was the Atlanta grandmother that the police planted drugs on after they killed her to try to cover it up. You don't hear about more cases of blacks with absolutely no criminality being killed by police because neither the phony conservative nor the phony liberal media wants you to hear about them. It's the same reason why there is this false perception that white people aren't getting killed by the police. Anti Federalist has a whole thread devoted to talking about whites killed by police under suspicious circumstances that doesn't get talked about. That includes the white kid who was coming home from a church basketball game, made the "mistake" of flashing his high beams at a cop because the cop had his high beams on, got pulled over, the cop tried to arrest him, then tazed him, then shot him. https://reason.com/2015/10/19/cop-pulls-teen-over-for-flashing-high-be/ The bottom line is this. Crap like this shouldn't happen. And you shouldn't have to be a brain surgeon or an aspiring brain surgeon for it to happen. With the cop who killed the white kid who flashed his high beams, his excuse is that the kid punched him after he tased the kid! Why are you tasing someone for flashing his high beams at you? Why are you even pulling someone over for flashing his high beams at you?
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    Today, 09:35 AM
    Eldridge Cleaver of the Black Panthers executed the "Strip to your underwear so they can't say you have a hidden weapon" technique. His accomplice, only willing to take of his shirt but kept his pants on, was gunned down.
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