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Omar and taliban are attacking our greatest ally!

Retweeting holohoax denying cartoonists.

Oy Vey!

https://www.mediaite.com/politics/omar-and-tlaib-share-cartoon-by-artist-who-came-second-in-irans-holocaust-contest/


Shut it down!
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An African muslim woman would have had no chance at all of welding political power in Africa. If she'd stayed there she would have lived as a second class citizen. Only America offers the freedom for a woman to be elected to government, but she spends every second of her time in office attempting to damn Americans and their allies in favor of her African muslim sensibilities.
Can you believe that the left sent someone who lividly hates this country to congress? It appalling, its like if the jews elected Hitler to be part of their own legislature in Israel.
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israel - the last white nationalist country
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I swear to god arent these cunts representatives for their states? Do they actually do any work for those states or is everything they do some geopolitical PR move. I dont keep up with then but they seem to focus more on Israel than their own states.
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Any connection here is too tenuous to suggest they share any anti-semitic sentiment of the artist, if he does harbor that.

The cartoons themselves are likening zionists to Nazis, which, even if you disagree, isn't anti-semitic. Is it racist against Iranians to liken Iran's regime to the Nazis?

I think the point of contention is the submission of the cartoons to the contest which included cartoons by other artists that did deny the holocaust.

That looks bad, but failing any other evidence, it could just be that these congresswomen happened upon a cartoon they agreed with and retweeted it without any other knowledge of the artists. If you follow thousands of accounts and retweet countless messages, chances are one of them will have at some point in the past posted something racist, homophobic, transphobic, sexist, or anti-semitic, and you won't have known any better.

It's fair to maybe point this out to the congresswomen and give them the opportunity to react before passing judgement against them. When Trump tweeted some accounts that in the past shared white nationalist content, I wouldn't necessarily assume he was aware of that history of tweets.
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>>449019

Even if they did know about the anti-semitic stuff, even if Trump knew about the WN stuff, is it possible for people to agree about some things and not others?

If a WN or a Stalinist or a communist posts something agreeable and particularly interesting, is it possible to retweet that without giving their other more disagreeable ideas too much of a platform? If people see that X made a decent point, are they helplessly inclined to agree with every other point they have to make?

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Pic unrelated.
https://www.apnews.com/85e0297896ce4d12a0be7e3ebd0920fa

>LOS ANGELES (AP) — Immigrants held in U.S. detention facilities filed a lawsuit Monday decrying what they called shoddy medical care and a failure by authorities to provide accommodations for disabilities.

>In the suit filed by disability and civil rights advocates in U.S. District Court, immigrants said they’re placed in isolation as punishment and denied recommended medical treatment and surgery. Some said they’ve been denied wheelchairs and a deaf detainee who communicates in American Sign Language said he has not been provided an interpreter.

>The problems harm disabled immigrants and threaten anyone in one of Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s more than 50,000 detention beds who winds up getting sick or isolated from other detainees, said Monica Porter, staff attorney at Disability Rights Advocates, one of the organizations that filed the suit.

>“ICE cannot simply contract with third parties to operate its detention centers and then wash its hands of the deplorable, unlawful conditions in those detention centers,” said Tim Fox, co-executive director of the Civil Rights Education and Enforcement Center.

>ICE, which largely contracts with private companies and law enforcement agencies for detention space, declined to comment specifically about the lawsuit.

>An agency official said comprehensive medical care is provided to all detainees including dental and 24-hour emergency care and studies have shown about 1 percent of detainees are held in segregated housing at a given time.


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>Advocates said they want to see changes in medical treatment and policies for the immigrants, who are fighting deportation, and the release of immigrants under alternative programs.

>The number of immigrants in detention has grown in recent years. There are currently an average 55,000 immigrants in detention each day, according to ICE.

>One of the plaintiffs, Faour Abdullah Fraihat, has been detained in Adelanto for more than two years and lost vision in his left eye. While an off-site doctor recommended surgery in April, immigration authorities didn’t provide it and he was told last month his vision couldn’t be restored, according to the lawsuit.

>Fraihat, 57, who has back and knee pain, said he was given a wheelchair but it was taken away after a month. For more than a year, he relied on officers to bring him food, the suit said.

>He said he fears returning to Jordan because he was threatened after converting to Christianity.

>Another detainee at the facility about 60 miles (100 kilometers) northeast of Los Angeles said he was placed in segregation for a week after filing a grievance against an officer, the suit said.

>Luis Manuel Delgadillo, a 29-year-old who has lived most of his life in the United States, was on medication for schizophrenia and bipolar disorder but his treatment shifted after he was detained in May. Since then, his mental health has suffered, prompting him to miss two court dates, according to the lawsuit.


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As Trump digs in his heels on his ongoing trade war with China, farm bankruptcies continue to pile up, according to data compiled by the Farm Bureau and Center for American Progress Action Fund (CAP Action).

Farm bankruptcies across the country have increased by 13% from June 2018 to June 2019, according to the Farm Bureau. Those dates roughly correspond with Trump's ongoing trade war with China, which began in March 2018 when Trump announced tariffs on $50 billion worth of Chinese goods.

The two countries have escalated the trade war since then, with China repeatedly targeting U.S. farm products in retaliation for Trump's increasing tariffs. In the most recent escalation, Trump threatened an additional 10% tariff on Chinese goods starting Sept. 1, and China responded by refusing to purchase any U.S. agricultural products.

At a 2016 campaign stop in Iowa, Trump vowed he would "negotiate trade deals to help our farmers, help them export their goods, and make money doing it."

"We're going to grow the farms," he added.

But once Trump got into office, his policies led to fewer farm exports, less money for farmers, and an increase in farm bankruptcies.

Looking back at Trump's entire tenure in office, CAP Action shows an especially disturbing trend for farmers in the midwest.

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>>448939
Much of the American economy is based around Chinese goods even things like train cars and medicine. The meme is it is just cheap plastic hunks of junk that come from China but their economy has been taken over. Probably at least 800 of every 1000 dollars would end up in China.
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>>448945
so we should maintain a permanent underclass in the US so that the serfs can't spend money on chinese goods, or any goods for that matter. solid plan
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>>448340
Blame the Republicans for not allow us to invest in American companies when we had the chance.
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>>448529
This is /news/ /pol/ppet. Keep crying about your boogyman though.
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>>448786
> Reagan came along and made anti-science a pillar of modern conservatism.
This is accurate.

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Okay, so there's this cult that their church leader Naason Garcia has been detained for child rape and child pornography. His accomplices also have been detained however, there's a fourth one that's still at large. She fled to Mexico and sources say she's being protected by the church called La Luz Del Mundo. Let's try to find this bitch and bring her to justice!

https://oag.ca.gov/news/press-releases/attorney-general-becerra-announces-arrest-naas%C3%B3n-joaqu%C3%ADn-garc%C3%ADa-leader-religious

google search Naason Joaquin Garcia
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Even more reason why we need a wall

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Congressional Republicans recently circulated talking points on gun violence that falsely described the El Paso massacre and other mass shootings as “violence from the left.”

A document obtained by the Tampa Bay Times and sent by House Republicans provides a framework for how to respond to anticipated questions like, “Why won’t you pass legislation to close the ‘gun show loophole’ in federal law?” and “Why shouldn’t we ban high-capacity magazines?" The answers are boilerplate Republican arguments against tougher gun restrictions.

But it also included this question: “Do you believe white nationalism is driving more mass shootings recently?” The suggested response is to steer the conversation away from white nationalism to an argument that implies both sides are to blame.

“White nationalism and racism are pure evil and cannot be tolerated in any form," the document said. “We also can’t excuse violence from the left such as the El Paso shooter, the recent Colorado shooters, the Congressional baseball shooter, Congresswoman Giffords’ shooter and Antifa."

U.S. Rep. Gus Bilirakis, R-Palm Harbor, included the talking points in a newsletter that he emailed this week to his Florida constituents. His spokeswoman Summer Robertson said they were “provided by the House Republican Conference," the caucus arm in charge of devising messaging strategy for its members. The conference’s internal strategies are not usually made public.

Robertson said that the inclusion of El Paso was a mistake. It was supposed to say Dayton, the site of a second mass shooting 13 hours later where nine people died.
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>>448987
So what's the cause? What, precisely, are you insinuating?
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>>448986
It could be any number of reasons, ranging from cultural degradation to a lack of competent role models. Abuse and neglect within a family unit can have consequences which span multiple generations.

Alternatively, if political pundits are to be believed, it's the result of deep rooted racism on the part of the government. Some people unironically believe that crime statistics can be racist for whatever reason.
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>>448882
You are one thin-skinned motherfucker
What, in your mind, constitutes as "abuse", enough to justify murder at least?
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>>448998
So it's their race. Thank you for admitting it.
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>>448998
>cultural degradation
A nonsense term, unless you want to offer a definition.
>lack of role models
Somehow, I doubt that.

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>A jury found a grocery clerk guilty of killing a 17-year-old boy who ran out of the store with a beer he didn't pay for in Memphis, Tennessee, in a case that had sparked protests, authorities said.

Anwar Ghazali was convicted of second-degree murder after a four-day trial, Shelby County District Attorney General Amy Weirich said Friday. "This defendant took it upon himself to be the judge and jury and the executioner over a $2 beer," prosecutor Lora Fowler said, according to CNN affiliate WMC.
>The shooting happened in March 2018, after Dorian Harris walked out of the Top Stop Shop with a beer without paying, Weirich said.
>Security video of the incident played in court shows that Ghazali, while behind the counter dealing with another customer, pulled out a handgun and pointed it at Harris. He then ran outside to follow the teen and fired several times.
>Afterward, he returned to the store and told a witness, "I think I shot him." He did not call the police, and neither did any other customer inside the store, WMC reported.
>Harris was shot at least three times and was left to bleed out, Fowler said. His body was found two days later in a yard near the store with gunshots in the back of his thigh, Weirich said.
>Ghazali's defense attorney, Blake Ballin, told CNN in an email that Ghazali maintains he acted recklessly that night but his intention was never to harm Harris. He said they were pleased that the jury rejected the prosecution's argument that this was a calculated and premeditated murder motivated by the theft of a beer. That would have come with a potential life sentence.
>Ghazali is expected to be sentenced on September 23.
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>>448209
>teen
Did they misspell thief?
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>>448962
>there was racism against...buckteeth... no hair
Firstly that’s not racism. Secondly I’m happy that you were bullied in school . Kill yourself nigger.
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>>448962
tl;dr
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>>448971
teen is the media codeword for blacks.
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>>448978
Discrimination. Not racism. Except, redheads are treated sometimes as a separate race; ginger people. So that would be racism. In addition, faggots like yourself too, are treated as if another race. Hence, "those fucking faggot people."

As for Big Jim being bullied in school just didn't happen except from "some" female teachers.

>"Jim, drop those Jordaches and spread me across my desk. Mama gonna get her fill."

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/08/14/business/economy/economy-world-trade.html

Good chance of recession in the next year. You think America is messed up now? Just you wait.

5 times U.S. presidents deployed the military domestically
https://www.pbs.org/weta/washingtonweek/blog-post/5-times-us-presidents-deployed-military-domestically
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>>448064
I'm one of the oldfags taking refuge here away from the /pol/ children. Been here since 2004
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Can anyone on this thread properly articulate as to Why? or Why Not? There would be a Recession soon?
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>>447472
There's one thing that people forget to calculate, and that's the left, and who his opponent will be and how they will present themselves.

2016 was less a referendum on Trump, and more on Hillary. He one because people disliked what the left was advocating, and did not like the messenger. Literally noone likes Hillary, and the only reason she became candidate, aside from literally owning the DNC at that point- is because she seemed like a continuation of Obama, which the left wanted. A stable continuity from policies they liked.

But since that loss, the left has learned nothing and has instead doubled down on their ever leftward platforms. The only thing they did learn, was turns out people didn't want more Obama-like "stable" policy. They instead learned that Trump's brashness and disregard for decorum and tradition was a successful model. (and Sanders was really not unlike a left side version of that only pussier, and he had some pull) So instead the left's candidate in 2020 will not be a person, but just a mouthpiece for far left policy with token centrist appeals.

tldr a recession would be irrelevant. trump is likely to win solely because the left has gotten FURTHER left and further ridiculous since 2016, where the election was between "status quo, predictable, known element candidate with leftward creep" and "chaos element monkeywrench wildcard status quo upending candidate"

whereas now it will be between that and "extreme left wing base pandering, clown world lunacy"

I cant tell you how many people in day to day Ive talked to who may be put off by Trump's "big mouth" and often might say "I agree with what he does but I just wish he didn't have such a big mouth" and who will shake their heads and give exasperated sighs about how crazy the world is when conversations about LGBT and other far left "clown world" bullshit headlines come up.
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>>448067
>blaming student debt for Republican economic policies.
At least we know who the scapegoat is this time.
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>>447963
>The /pol/ppet is furious and can't refute the facts
Typical.

https://www.breitbart.com/2020-election/2019/08/17/another-gaffe-joe-biden-mixes-up-iowa-and-vermont-at-first-event-after-lengthy-rest/

Joe Biden made his first public appearance in more than a week on Friday, but it was quickly overshadowed by the former vice president’s propensity for gaffes.
The 76-year-old Biden, who had been on vacation resting since Sunday, appeared at a fundraiser in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. The event was Biden’s first since retreating from the public eye after a series of high-profile gaffes not only consumed his campaign last week, but also renewed doubts about his fitness for office.

Instead of allaying the mounting concerns about his candidacy, Biden added to them on Friday when addressing donors in Delaware. While discussing a recent speech in which he accused President Donald Trump of fanning “the flames of white supremacy,” Biden mistakenly claimed it took place in Burlington, Vermont, rather than Burlington, Iowa.

Even though the former vice president quickly corrected his mistake, the gaffe underscored all of the problems plaguing his campaign in recent days.

Biden’s troubles began innocently enough during a campaign swing through Iowa. During a stump speech at the Iowa State Fair, Biden confusingly told voters that “we choose truth over facts.”

“Everybody knows who Donald Trump is. Even his supporters know who he is. We got to let him know who we are. We choose unity over division,” he said towards the end of his stump speech. “We choose science over fiction. We choose truth over facts.”
As Breitbart News reported, the comment was likely the result of Biden flubbing an applause line he frequently uses on the trail: “we have to choose hope over fear, unity over division and, maybe most importantly, truth over lies.”

Those in the audience, many of whom were likely getting their first opportunity to see Biden in person, were not clued into that context, however.
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>>448950
Funded by / Ownership

After the death of Andrew Breitbart in 2012, Larry Solov became CEO and president of Breitbart News. In 2017, according to Politico, Larry Solov revealed the owner of Breitbart as “himself, founder Andrew Breitbart’s widow, Susie Breitbart, and the Republican mega donor family, the Mercers.” Further, Solov also made a statement that he wants “to disclose as little as possible about financial and ownership structure.”

Analysis / Bias

Breitbart consist of various sections called Big Government, Big Journalism, Big Hollywood, National Security, Tech, Sports, and Wired.

Breitbart uses sensational emotionally loaded language in their headlines such as “Obama Loses 2 Million+ Followers During Twitter Fake Account Purge.” They utilize sources such as tabloid entertainment magazine Variety, and credible sources such as Bloomberg. as well as factually mixed sources such as the Daily Mail. Under the Big Hollywood section they publish tabloid stories such as “Fashion Notes: Melania Trump is Posh and Proper for Final Day in England” utilizing fashion sources such as farfetch.com

In general, the majority of published stories favor the right and are highly pro-Trump in tone and story selection.
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>>448953
>>448953
A factual search reveals numerous failed fact checks by IFCN Fact Checkers. Here are just a few of many as an example:

Breitbart Duped by Fake News (Again) (False)
Following Joe Kennedy’s speech, Breitbart says Fall River, Mass. not built by immigrants (False)
Breitbart gets the wrong Loretta Lynch in Whitewater claim (Pants on Fire)
Did Planned Parenthood ‘Team Up’ With Satanists to Promote Abortion Rights in Missouri? (False)
Trump’s ISIS Conspiracy Theory (False)
Breitbart article baselessly claims a study of past climate invalidates human-caused climate change (False)
Overall, we rate Breitbart Questionable based on extreme right wing bias and publication of numerous false claims. (M. Huitsing 7/14/2018) Updated (5/24/2019)

>why people no likey muh sourcie?
Because it sucks anon.
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>>448954
>my yellow cake is best yellow cake
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>>448954
Biden still made the gaff.
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>>448845
The chart disagrees s with your assertion.

>>449002
Find a non fringe right wing propaganda site to spam then.

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They can talk a big game, but can they deliver? I'm also gonna press "x" on this one.
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>>448922
>we want to keep our 5m dollar a year bonuses while outsourcing everything we can
>let's pretend like we care about anything but money
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>>448934
Outsourcing the production while also importing hordes of poop colored consumers.
Why doesn't Apple just relocate to India, make their junk products there and sell direct to the streetshitters? From a logistical standpoint you can't beat it. Or course the locals won't have access to welfare..
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Is there a list? Sounds like a great short ETF.
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>pastebin
Your blogs don't count.
Link to the original source

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>Hundreds of non-native Portlanders descend on the city to preach their Fascist ideology.

>Patriot Prayer and Proud Boys cheering the police, playing country music, and doing Marines style military chants as they walk into a city and state they do not pay taxes in.

>Hundreds of native Oregonians ranging from center leaning to far left idiots out in force.

POST STREAMS HERE.

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/proud-boys-rally-portland-latest-test-police-n1043526
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>>448791
cont.

So of course some idealogue puts an idea in their head, tells them where they can piss off the most people, and their overworked adrenal gland starts firing up for the thrill of the fight.

These people grew up riding quads, shooting guns, playing sports, fighting, and any thing that can get them a rush to feel alive - I'd know because I'm one of them.

So the idea of a war against a falsely conceived enemy isn't something they don't want - they want it. This is adrenal fuel for their fires to burn. Its almost exclusively culturally conservative areas this arises.

They are quite literally slaves to a gland in their brain telling them to seek a rush. Thats my theory at least.
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>>448804
Also this. But then again you're responding to the guy who responded to the guy, so you're basically eskimo cousins with my cock down your throat mate.
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>>448811
California neoliberalism has seeped into the city. Oregon liberals have key differences from Californians. However, only 39 percent of Portlanders were born in Oregon and the old conservation style politics are dying to California neolibs, who we are forced to align ourselves with because, well, the Republican party would cut down every tree in the state if they could.
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>>448233
You aregue like a redditor
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>>448225
>>448223
seethe

The Democratic chairwoman of the Federal Election Commission on Friday challenged President Donald Trump to provide evidence of the voter fraud he insists cost him New Hampshire in 2016 or quit talking about it.

In a letter to Trump, Ellen Weintraub said the country's democracy depends on "the American people's faith in our elections. Your voter-fraud allegations run the risk of undermining that faith."

Weintraub's missive came a day after Trump complained to reporters — and to his supporters at a rally in Manchester, New Hampshire — that he had narrowly lost the Granite State because of fraudulent voting, a claim for which there is no evidence.

"New Hampshire should have been won last time, except we had a lot of people come in at the last moment, which was a rather strange situation," Trump told journalists. "Thousands and thousands of people, coming in from locations unknown."

At the rally, he told the crowd that New Hampshire was "taken away from us."

Trump crushed his Republican rivals in the New Hampshire primary in 2016 but lost the state's four electoral votes to Democrat Hillary Clinton that November by fewer than 3,000 votes.

Trump campaign officials did not immediately respond to a request for comment about Weintraub's letter.

Weintraub said Trump should provide his evidence to the public and the appropriate law enforcement authorities.

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>>448858
Is there any evidence that more multiple mail-vote fraud happens in California than anywhere other state? Or, for that matter, anywhere at all?
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>>448406
Kind of impressed how quickly Texas went to suck federal authority dick.
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>>448866
Mail voter fraud is confirmed in North Carolina.
Republican voter fraud.
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So running false Russian election fraud stories for 2 years doesn't "undermine faith" in the voting system. But trump saying he lost votes after files from google came out saying they influences millions of votes i does? Mmkay then.
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>>448982
>false
>election fraud
The word is 'tampering'. The outright fraud was done here at home, by Americans.

https://thehill.com/opinion/immigration/457867-new-green-card-restrictions-likely-wouldve-excluded-trump-and-cuccinellis

New green card restrictions likely would've excluded Trump and Cuccinelli's ancestors

In 1883 Emma Lazarus wrote “The New Colossus” — “give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free” — which is emblazoned on the Statue of Liberty. Had she read the Trump administration’s proposed rule for restricting the legal immigrants who can obtain visas and green cards, Lazarus might have given top Trump administration officials Stephen Miller and Kenneth Cuccinelli painful smacks upside their heads.

The “Inadmissibility on Public Charge Grounds” rule is more than 800 pages long, but at the core, as explained by White House senior policy advisor Miller, are the following criteria. “Does the applicant speak English? Can they support themselves and their families financially? Do they have a skill that will add to the U.S. economy? Are they being paid a high wage?”

Cuccinelli, the acting director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, tried to reconcile Miller’s criteria with Lazarus’ poem. He took the phrase “give me your tired, your poor” and added — “who can stand on their own two feet and who will not become a public charge.”

“The New Colossus” is not policy and legal immigration has ebbed and flowed throughout American history. But Lazarus, who was devoted to Jewish causes, set a standard by which to judge our compassion as a nation.
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>>448935
The only history Jews have in America is their hand in the slave trade. For example most slave markets were closed on Saturday.
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hmm, a jew extolling open borders for everyone but themselves, this seems original and like it's never happened before
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>>448942
That's two...
>>448985
And three. Y'all just come out of the woodwork, dontcha
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>>448990
...if the nose fits
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>>448991
Four...

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-49367792

>The president is said to have discussed the idea of purchasing Greenland, an autonomous Danish territory, during dinners and meetings with advisers.

>But Greenland's Foreign Minister Ane Lone Bagger dismissed the idea, telling Reuters: "We are open for business, but we're not for sale."

>Mr Trump's reported plans have also been quickly dismissed by politicians in Denmark. "It must be an April Fool's Day joke...but totally out of [season]!", tweeted former Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen.

>But the Wall Street Journal (WSJ), which first reported the news, said Mr Trump had spoken about the purchase with "varying degrees of seriousness".

>Sources quoted in other media differed over whether the president was joking or seriously hoping to expand US territory.

>The White House has not commented on the reports.

Another source:

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>>447789
And trump said it didn't. It's a he said he said situation.
Is there any proof?
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>>447786
There is no evidence. No source
"Dude just trust me" isn't enough.
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>>447471
>Trump
>Going against Russian interests
Lol
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>>448967
https://www.npr.org/2019/08/19/752274659/no-joke-trump-really-does-want-to-buy-greenland
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>>448967
Except he went out and directly said that they had talked about it, but I guess the fake news are never allowed to be right.

Police raid a black man's house, he defends it from the active shooters (police), he is then classified as an active shooter.
https://6abc.com/amp/6-philly-officers-shot;-gunman-surrenders-after-hourslong-standoff/5467896/
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>>447488
>I was under the pression that people who visited this Chan had critical thinking skills..


t. Newfag
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>>447850
> Why do police tend to kill innocent bystanders? Have you ever known one?
One what? Policeman or innocent bystander?

And why are bystanders always innocent? What, do they have some giant mecha shouting Cast in the Name of God, Ye Not Guilty? Fuck that, we're all guilty of something in our lives. Bystanders should be targets. Fuckers are all guilty.
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>>446581
This is why they'll never get the guns in the US, you're not going to get a cop to intentionally get shot at for $24,000 a year. Your local PD would be completely obliterated within a week, and then it would be nog crime time highlighting why guns work when the police can't protect you.
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>>446612

you are arguing the actual NRA argument lol
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>>446612
It's almost like we have uncontrolled borders which make enforcing laws limiting what citizens can own or acquire impossible.


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