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    Today, 11:52 AM
    It actually was a difficult shot using a crappy AR15 without a scope but just a red dot optical and getting distracted by a police officer right before the shot. So....why not give him a scope? I honestly don't know the answer to that. Unless your analysis is that he was supposed to think he was acting on his own. But in all of the MKULTRA deep state mind control planning they couldn't plant the "You're probably not going to hit Trump with that rifle and without a scope unless you get VERY lucky" suggestion? Trump was standing still for a couple of seconds after touching his ear. He didn't duck until follow up shots were fired. That was the perfect time for a qualified shooter with a scope to actually get him.
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    Today, 11:41 AM
    You've not watched the analysis videos I've seen of the shooting apparently. Crooks was not using a real sniper rifle nor was he using a scope. It's IMPOSSIBLE for the "deep state" to be so sloppy as to send someone out that ill prepared to do the job if they really wanted Trump dead. See for yourself. As for the bullet hitting Trump's ear....well the video doesn't actually show that. It shows Trump's reaction and holding his hand to his ear. Don't get me wrong. I believe that he really got shot in the ear. But I can't prove that from the video and neither can you. From the ballistic ear re-enactment shows ^above we should have seen chunks of ear or at least some blood spurting out. We don't see that. But somehow we magically see a bullet caught in the air. How pray tell can a camera catch a high speed bullet but not a relatively low speed blood spurt?
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    Today, 10:01 AM
    Interesting. For the record Jamaicans don't eat collard greens. They eat callaloo.
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    Today, 09:46 AM
    Kamala Harris sister Maya was a consultant on the 2016 Hillary Clinton campaign. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maya_Harris
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    Today, 09:43 AM
    Oh sure. But you have to ask yourself the question "Did they really want Trump dead" then? Did they do a risk assessment of what would happen if Trump survived the assassination? You're focusing on the "how." I'm focusing on the "why?" The "que bono?" Who benefits from a failed assassination attempt on Donald Trump? By the way, the "nudge into chaos" strategy was on full display in season 4 of "The Boys" where the character Sage manipulated everybody, including her own co-conspirators, into doing a coup exactly the way she wanted it to come out. I know a lot of conservatives are mad at the show because it took the mask off and went entirely partisan (the main villain Homelander became clearly a parody of Trump with a female Alex Jones like sidekick "Firecracker"). But it's worth watching for opposition research. So, how does a possible second term of Trump help the deep state?
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    Today, 07:48 AM
    Question. If they really wanted to kill Trump, why didn't they? Seriously? The guy on the roof with a crappy AR15 with a non magnification red dot site couldn't have done anything but get off a lucky shot that might kill Trump. If there was a second shooter, or if they purposefully allowed Crooks to get in position to take the shot, couldn't they have made sure he had a decent scope? He had a range finder. Academy Sports has a 30x rifle scope for $200.00. I would say this kid is too dumb to get a scope...but then he was smart enough to get a rangefinder. (I wouldn't have thought of that but I'm not a gun guy. But I would have thought of a scope). If there was a second professional shooter he would have absolutely had a scope. There's the possibility that the second shooter was just too far away to make the headshot. But why didn't he aim center of mass? Concern about body armor? Well he could have shot in the pelvic region and which isn't covered by a rifle plate. It's funny that liberal are running with the "It was all staged by Trump to get a bump in the polls" conspiracy theory, but that would have required the Biden administration and/or deep state to be in on it in terms of security lapses. Conservative are going with the "It was the deep state trying to kill Trump" conspiracy theory, but that makes no sense because if that were true....he'd be dead. "Oh they missed and got the ear." He stood there long enough checking his ear for a second shot. If this is a grand conspiracy, the only conspiracy is that Trump and the deep state conspired together. Something that acptulsa has been hinting at.
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    Today, 07:25 AM
    I was just about to post this. I doubt JD Vance wants to lose and I doubt he did this without consulting Trump first. But perhaps Trump wants to lose? Trump has done some self sabotage over the years like his infamous quote to Bob Woodward about COVID.
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    Today, 07:22 AM
    It seems like Trump wants this. https://www.foxnews.com/media/jd-vance-dems-invoke-25th-amendment-biden-run-president-serve-president JD Vance calls on Democrats to invoke 25th Amendment Vice presidential hopeful JD Vance advocated for Democrats to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove President Biden from office in an exclusive interview alongside former President Trump set to air Monday night on Fox News. "I think it is ," Vance told Jesse Watters, speaking of multiple Democrats' efforts to push Biden to step down.
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    Today, 07:10 AM
    You tell me and we'll both know. The neocons and the neolibs? Trump was solidly in the neolib category before his overlord Hillary Clinton asked him to run as a Republican. Obama was blackmailed into what he did in Libya and in the Sahal. (They didn't release that "I fantasize daily about sex with men" letter until well into Trump's first term). But Obama did seem to get off on the drone strike power, even joking(?) that he could drone strike young men trying to talk to his daughters.
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    Today, 06:58 AM
    "Is this your cart?" "No the store owns all the carts."
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    Today, 06:42 AM
    Hello. I see you just joined May of 2024. I've been here since 2008. And long before George Floyd I knew that BLM was more a political movement than a civil rights movement. That said there are racist cops and there are criminal cops. And there are also white criminal cops who kill white people and black criminal cops who kill black people. And sometimes the cops get criticized for doing the right thing like the cop who shot Makaya Bryant seconds before she could stab another black woman. (And in my opinion that story ended BLM as a movement that could garner mass protests). One more thing. I'm seeing racist and/or copsucker whites on X trying to defend the cop that murdered the woman over a pot. I kid you not. "She was manic" and "She couldn't explain the SUV in her driveway" as if that somehow justifies killing a woman who's holding a freaking pot. If you're a grown ass man and you're scared of a woman holding a pot, you have no business being a police officer. 1815899817026912712
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    Today, 06:32 AM
    Yeah, I saw that. We'll see what happens at the convention. Ironically much of the George Floyd Justice In Policing Act is a copy of what the DEMOCRATS FILIBUSTERED in 2020. Trump should point that out, but I doubt he will lest he offend the wing of the party that was thrilled at drunk frat boy made monkey noises at a black woman who was on campus advocating for the Palestinians. Donald Trump was pro criminal justice reform in 2018 but I never hear him talking about that now and frankly I don't blame him. As soon as 2019 came around and the election was looming, his contribution to that effort was immediately forgotten and/or dismissed.
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    Today, 06:19 AM
    Did you see the comments? Knee grows are finally turning on BLM because they aren't backing the cackler in chief. Knee grow # 1: As a Black Woman living in America I welcome canceling this organization as well. YOU ARE NOT FOR US! You utilized the pain of Black people to advance the name #BLM BUT never stood in the trenches with the cause. YOU’RE DONE! Me : Funny but the same thing can be said about Kamala Harris. She FILLIBUSTERED a police reform bill in 2020 even though she and other democrats were given the opportunity to add amendments. That and her record as a "progressive prosecutor" disqualifies her as a black leader. Knee grow # 2: Right! Protesting is one thing, but legislation is another. If your org can't partner w a party, it does not have the chance to get to gov leaders.The reason this org is not taken seriously is because they don't understand political partnerships. Me: Party politics is why black people didn't get a police reform bill in 2020, as the democrats filibustered it, but Asians got a hate crimes bill in 2021.
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    Today, 06:11 AM
    I remember one of the moderators saying her ban was lifted a long time ago but she just chose not to come back. It's ironic. In the early days when 9/11 truth threads routinely got shuttled off the the Hot Topics dungeon and I and others would voice our displeasure, one of her comebacks would be the forum owners property rights as if I didn't have the right as a consumer to voice my displeasure. Her view was "If you don't like it, just leave." So....I guess she left and decided not to come back. It's a shame, but on the other hand she is being true to her principles.
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    Today, 06:02 AM
    I remember a while back Russia had a terrorist threat where people were killed and wounded. If I am not mistaken it only took them a couple of weeks to figure out and report to the world what happened.
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    Yesterday, 09:43 PM
    I can't think of any leaks that were more damaging to Trump than that except perhaps the leak of the Ukraine phone call.
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    Yesterday, 09:41 PM
    The root cause is U.S. foreign policy. You try to destabilize foreign governments and "Surprise, surprise" you cause a migrant crisis. And....Trump worked to destabilize Latin American countries like Venezuela as well. And there's the ongoing failure of the war on drugs. Anyhow, I doubt Kamala will be able to deflect Trump's "border czar" attacks by explaining to voters that she was really the "immigration root causes policy coordinator" or whatever her title was. She'll probably pivot away from that subject whenever it comes up.
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    Yesterday, 07:32 PM
    classic Harris.
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    Yesterday, 07:08 PM
    You, of course, are exactly right. And......Trump is unlikely to do that because he's currently running as a law and order candidate as opposed to a criminal justice reform candidate. That's a shame really because his record on criminal justice reform is actually pretty good and in 2018 he was praised for it even by democrats. Personally the reason I was hoping for Tim Scott to be the VP nominee is I was looking forward to Tim asking Kamala why she filibustered his police reform bill. I predict Trump's main attack will be her obvious failure as a border czar which she will respond with "Why did you scuttle our bipartisan border control bill? Why (cackle) oh why?" And his comeback will be "I was able to control the border using the tools I already had." And she will respond with "Like that border fence that you never finished?"
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    Yesterday, 07:04 PM
    Kamala is a deep think that thinks deep. The articulating factor of articulation is to properly articulate beyond the means or normal articulation. hahaha...
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    Yesterday, 06:38 PM
    Get on the stage and just start laughing and don't stop. My response to your accomplishments, ha, hahahahahahahahah......
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    Yesterday, 06:19 PM
    This is from the Moscow Times. We'll see what actually happens. https://www.themoscowtimes.com/2024/07/15/tara-reade-biden-assault-accuser-returns-to-us-from-russia-to-press-charges-a85707 Tara Reade, the U.S. woman who moved to Russia after accusing President Joe Biden of sexual assault, said she has returned to the U.S. to press charges against the incumbent running for re-election. Reade said during the 2020 presidential race that then-Senator Biden sexually assaulted her on Capitol Hill in August 1993 while she was working in Biden’s congressional office. Biden categorically denied Reade’s claim. In May 2023, she appeared in Moscow asking President Vladimir Putin for Russian citizenship in a press conference organized by state-run media, claiming that a Republican Congressman had warned her she was in physical danger. “Tara Reade, the Joseph Biden sexual abuse victim has returned to the United States from Russia to press criminal charges against Joseph Biden for Third Degree Sexual Abuse,” her lawyer Jonathan Levy said in a statement emailed to The Moscow Times.
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    Yesterday, 06:17 PM
    Of course not. Trump was running away with the "Joe ain't really here" special with an undercurrent of "The Biden family is really corrupt even if you won't admit it" side order. The side order helped mute to some extent for thinking voters (i.e. independents) the "Trump is a 34 count convicted 91 count indicted felon found liable for sexual assault/rape." Now that Biden's not the candidate how to attack Harris? That's the question. Yeah she can be attacked for covering up for Biden not really being there and for not standing up for Tara Reade (even though she initially said she believed Tara Reade's story) but that's not the same as being someone with classified documents in his car next to his Corvette and not being prosecuted because of his faulty memory. So...what to do about Harris? Trump cut Hillary's legs out from under her in the second debate when Hillary was attacking him for his record on women by pointing out the women Bill messed over. Trump needs to make Tara Reade the Monica Lewenski of 2024 and child Harris not standing up for her. Harris said in 2020 that Tara Reade has a right to tell her story. Well, now Tara Reade is returning to the U.S. to press charges against Joe Biden. Will Kamala ensure that she gets to "tell her story" now?
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    Yesterday, 06:02 PM
    Matt Collins posted a video about the 1968 Chicago convention which pointed out that for many years political parties just picked whoever they wanted without a primary process. I seriously have no freaking idea how third parties like the Libertarian or Green parties pick their candidates. (I see AngelaTC on X talking about it at times and it's all opaque to me.) That said I think most Democrats are okay with the choice. Who else were they going to pick? Gavin Newsom? LOL!
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    Yesterday, 05:24 PM
    I am thinking Harris should have Joey as her VP running mate! Together they can continue the good work they have started.
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    Yesterday, 04:58 PM
    Aren't those the elected officials the American people elected acting on behalf of those that put them in office?
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    Yesterday, 04:31 PM
    I have no desire to see her behind. Kristi Noem is a different story.
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    Yesterday, 12:29 PM
    Trump was his own worst mole. Nobody forced him to give that interview to Bob Woodward where he said the following: https://www.npr.org/2020/09/09/911138032/woodward-book-says-trump-chose-to-downplay-deadliness-of-virus-to-avoid-panic Woodward quotes a subsequent interview on March 19, wherein Trump says: "I always wanted to play it down. I still like playing it down, because I don't want to create a panic." For the life of my I cannot understand why Trump did that level of self sabotage.
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    Yesterday, 12:17 PM
    You are, of course, correct. In 2020 my best friend at the time, a black woman and Spellman graduate, agreed with me initially that Kamala Harris was a horrible candidate based on her record of what she did to black people and that Trump had done more for black people than the community was willing to admit. (She brought that up, not me). Then, once Kamala got the VP nod and the black sororities got behind her, this same friend was like "Don't you want to be part of history and support the first black woman VP candidate?" I was like "If I felt that way wouldn't I have supporter her when she was running for president?" Prior to Biden dropping out, one of my sons asked my ex wife is she supported Kamala or Gavin Newsome replacing Joe Biden and she said "Neither one." But I bet she would vote for a Harris / Newsome ticket if it came to that. Of course Republicans don't help themselves with black voters. Trending right now from the RNC is video of praise from one of the RNC speakers of a college frat jerk making "gorilla noises" directed at a black woman who was on campus in support of the Palestinians. Like....why? https://thehill.com/homenews/race-politics/4780093-ole-miss-racist-gestures-black-woman-video-republican-national-convention/
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