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NRA Handing Out 30-Round Mags in VA to Fight Northam Gun Ban
The NRA will be handing out 1,000 30-round magazines in the Virginia Capitol City of Richmond Monday as part of the fight against Gov. Ralph Northam’s (D) gun grab.

The NRA used a Sunday night tweet to explain that Magpul Industries — a renowned magazine and firearm accessory maker — sent 1,000 magazines to the gun rights organization in order to have them given out to pro-Second Amendment Virginians on Monday.
Monday is January 13, the day on which the NRA has asked its members to flood into Virginia Senate meetings and ensure that pro-Second Amendment voices drown out those calling for gun control.

Democrats in the Virginia legislature have already put forward a number of bills, one of which is Delegate Mark Levine’s (D) HB 961.

Levine’s bill bans “assault weapons,” “high-capacity” magazines, certain triggers, and suppressors, among other things. The bill puts forward a means by which “assault weapon” owners can apply for a license to retain their gun, but the trade-off is that their names are entered into a database.

Owners of “high-capacity” magazines, certain triggers, and suppressors, will have a grace period to get rid of the accessories/devices, after which they will face felony charges for possessing them. Also LMAO@all the fags who are going to get angry at seeing moar epic breitbart on their 4chan
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It's okay when they do it.
all dese gunz givin trump big bonespur boner

trump loves when people at each other throats
Gun control is a pretty broad term. Specify.
gibes me dat mag mang
gibes me dat mag fo free

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Google has been ordered to turn over actor Jussie Smollett’s emails and other private information to a special prosecutor investigating the allegedly staged attack reported by the “Empire” actor last year, The Chicago Tribune reported Wednesday.

A Cook County judge on Dec. 6 signed off on two warrants ordering Google to supply the information, according to a copy of the warrants obtained by the Tribune.

Investigators’ reportedly sought Smollett’s emails, photos, location data and private messages from November 2018 to November 2019.

The warrants are part of the investigation of special prosecutor Dan Webb, who was appointed to the case in August the State Attorney's office dropped charges against Smollett for allegedly filing a false report claiming he was the victim of a racist and homophobic attack at the end of January 2019.

It’s not clear if Google has handed over the data on Smollett and his manager, according to the Tribune. A spokesperson for the company told the newspaper he could not comment on specific requests for records from law enforcement.

A Google spokesperson was not immediately available for comment when contacted by The Hill Wednesday night.

Smollett had told Chicago police last year that he was assaulted by two men that he alleged beat him, placed a rope around his neck and poured unknown chemical substances on him as they yelled racial and homophobic slurs.

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He buddies with King nigger, who will pick up the phone and call his Chiraq cronies to get off his fellow poor boy
Which journalists were those?
Bijan Stephen at The Verge
Steven Zeitchik at Chicago Tribune
Andrew Pulver at The Guardian
See if you can find more anon, think of it as an internet research test
well fuck me i guess
i think that might've been a SDI joke, but i'm not entirely sure.

Taylor betrayed her base so the film is getting boycotted.

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well she really hates kikes now that they stole her catalog

>reality is gonna drive Taylor right in to our arms
and there is nothing you can do about it unless you can do about it nigger faggot

game set match racists we win we always win in the end
Taylor Swift likely isn't going to suck off anyone in this thread so I honestly don't see how any of us can be called winners.
She put the blame for that on rich white men and tried to make it a feminist rally call.
99% of americans don't know and don't care what taylor swift's politics are

OP is retarded and his comment doesn't even have anything to do with her politics anyway
abortion for the democrats is for actual health, for those too stupid/unable to get birth control, and for YOUR HEALTH CARE RIGHTS
abortion for the republicans is for hiding your underage fucking of children and the resulting children(republicans WILL try to pass off their pedo-proof kids as other peoples) and Religious freedom

like all politics, everyone will make the dead corpses say what they want them to say,write,do,etc....


President Donald Trump repeatedly claimed last week that he ordered a drone strike against Iran's top general, Qassem Soleimani, because there was an "imminent threat" to at least one and as many as four US embassies.

Trump's statements have already fallen apart based on media reporting and contradictory statements from his own officials.

On Monday, CNN reported that the State Department was not told of any imminent threats to four US embassies, blowing another hole through Trump's claims.

It's highly unusual for the State Department to not be made aware of such a matter, given the direct threat it would pose to US personnel abroad.

According to CNN, the department sent a global warning to all US embassies before the Soleimani strike occurred but it was not directed at specific embassies and did not warn of an imminent attack.

"Soleimani was actively planning new attacks, and he was looking very seriously at our embassies, and not just the embassy in Baghdad," Trump said on Thursday night at a rally in Ohio. "But we stopped him, and we stopped him quickly, and we stopped him cold."

On Friday, according to CNN's Kaitlan Collins, Fox News aired a clip in which Trump told host Laura Ingraham that four embassies were involved in the plot, though he didn't specify which ones.

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Before you continue your complaint that other people should read, perhaps you should read the post you originally linked to
> trump fabricated evidence of "imminent attacks"
You missed the "fabricated evidence" part completely and just strawmanned your opponent as a terrorist sympathizer.

Of course, Trump is now backing off the "imminent threat" argument and is just straight up claiming that the general should've died for being a bad person, which is the argument that appeals to you.
>iran didn't carry out the attack
Numerous sources say they did.

>United states shouldn't be assassinating everyone it doesn't like
Thats not what the United States did, what the US did was kill a uniformed enemy combatant.

>"known terrorist" even thought you don't know that he is a terrorist.
Quds has been declared a terrorist organization.

>but instead mindlessly supports whatever the government says
Quds force played a role in killing Americans in Iraq, so no i dont care if the government kills them.

>you are not one of them.
and you are a seething shill defending a man who has orchestrated the deaths of American servicemen and women for no reason other than Trump killed him.
>clearly you were going to vote for the democrat until i came along. stupid gaslighting little shit.
You are talking to two different people, retard.

No, I said he was the leader of Quds force, a force that is responsible for the deaths of American troops in Iraq and perhaps elsewhere. Thus, I do not care that he got killed.

Very simple.
>Numerous sources say they did.
the article linked in this thread has iran listed as providing support for the operation. that's the source on YOUR side.

>Quds has been declared a terrorist organization.
that's no different from designating soleimani a terrorist. the united states can designate whoever it likes to be whoever it wants. maybe if you activate the gray matter in your brain just a little bit more you'll graduate from beyond being a mindless bootlicker and into someone actually capable of examining what these people and organizations have actually been accused from.

reminder that we're only here because you decided to not only support the assassination, you decided to do so while professing complete ignorance of who we assassinated, and couldn't comprehend any other standard. and if that also wasn't you, but some mysterious third party, congrats! we have nothing to talk about.

>Quds force played a role in killing Americans in Iraq, so no i dont care if the government kills them.
so there you go: it has nothing to do with soleimani being labeled a terrorist at all. it has to do with the fact that he opposed america, which is why no doubt you'd mindlessly support bombing the people's liberation army for having played a role in killing americans in vietnam.

>and you are a seething shill defending a man
not a single person in this thread has actually said anything nice about soleimani. the actual debate is between people who think that people should figure out what the government is doing before supporting its assassinations, and people who think that the only correct option is to "not think anything" and instead mindlessly support everything the government does.
>he believed it probably could have been.
better kill 95% of the world population with that kind of intelligence interpretation


Harrowing video shows a pizza shop worker being brutally assaulted during a robbery near Seattle.

The footage, released Monday by the King County Sheriff’s Office, shows Southside Pizza employee Brittany Brophy fending off an attacker who busted into the White Center business via a back door late Monday.

The assailant, clad in all black, can be seen approaching Brophy inside an office, where she was counting money just before ending her shift, Q13 FOX reports.
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>Black woman robbed by white guy
Literally never happens. Same with black women getting raped by a white guy. It's only ever black on white crime.

Robin Hood in reverse
You'd have a nickel?
Black White what about Orange

Trump is da new Orange
Trump said he'll pay all kangaroo kourt kosts

A former Canadian Armed Forces reservist and two other men who authorities say are linked to a violent white supremacist group were arrested Thursday, just days before they were believed to be headed to a pro-gun rally in Virginia’s capital.

The three men, members of The Base, were taken into custody on federal felony charges in Maryland and Delaware, the Justice Department said in a news release. One of the men had discussed traveling to Ukraine to fight alongside “nationalists” and compared the white supremacist group to al-Qaeda, a prosecutor said during the defendants’ initial court hearing.

A criminal complaint charges Canadian national Patrik Jordan Mathews, 27, and Brian Mark Lemley Jr., 33, of Elkton, MD


>Activist conservative group One Million Moms is taking aim at Burger King for using what it calls the "d-word" in a commercial promoting the non-meat Impossible Whopper.

>In the ad, a group of people taste-test the plant-based patty that has been a hit for the fast-food company. With a mouthful of food, one man says, "Damn, that's good."

>That ad was posted online in August when Burger King began sales at stores nationwide. But on Friday, One Million Moms posted a press release criticizing the use of the "d-word" in the commercial.

>"One Million Moms finds this highly inappropriate. When responding to the taste test, he didn't have to curse. Or if, in fact, it was a real and unscripted interview in which the man was not an actor, then Burger King could have simply chosen to edit the profanity out of the commercial," the group said in a press release.
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It's gonna be interesting next time sjw comes up in another thread and suddenly sjw can only be tumblrette types again.
Of course by interesting I mean boring since our local /pol/ rejects just argue to be contrarian, they don't believe most of what they post.
>they don't believe most of what they post.
>i don't believe most of what i post, therefore everyone else is exactly like me
smells like projection if you ask me
This is truly a genderless burger experience now is the dick word is banned
>combat soldiers are social justice warriors
>litteraly who gets hair up ass about something that doesn't effect anything.
no one's gonna listen to them least of all bk.


Neil Peart, the prodigiously talented drummer and eclectic primary lyricist for the Canadian rock band Rush, died Tuesday in Santa Monica, California, according to a family spokesman.

He was 67.

The cause of death was brain cancer, which he had been battling quietly for three years, according to his spokesman, Elliot Mintz.

He was considered one of the most gifted and electrifying drummers in pop music history, a virtuosic stylist and technical maestro who inspired a cult following with his dazzling fusions of hard rock and jazz.
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My uncle has a country place
That no one knows about
He says it used to be a farm
Before the Motor Law
And on Sundays I elude the eyes
And hop the Turbine Freight
To far outside the Wire
Where my white-haired uncle waits
Jump to the ground
As the Turbo slows to cross the borderline
Run like the wind
As excitement shivers up and down my spine
Down in his barn
My uncle preserved for me an old machine
For fifty odd years

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Just for you, bro...http://www.bmwbmw.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=22&t=8693&hilit=neil+peart
That was a neat read, thank you.
I thought it was a good background story for a great song. It is indeed a neat read.

their magnum opus

Sex delays menopause, study finds https://www.rctopnews.net/en/news/sex-delays-menopause-study-finds
PARIS: Women approaching menopause who have frequent sex are less likely to cross that threshold ...
Is this right up there with sex cures headaches because that shit never works for me. Would be good to keep sex around longer than a few years
It might just be the Mexican genetics, but my maternal grandparents kept having sex until my grandfather had to be operated for his prostate which wasn't until past his 80s. Not sure when grandmother hit menopause but she began to insist my gramps on condoms after having her 14th kid at 45.
the chemicals involved in sex/jerking it would definitely supress a headache. the exertion involved in sex might exacerbate it to the point you wouldnt see a noticeable improvement, though
Well, if you're going to do something might as well put effort into it. Another case for 'my own worst enemy'

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But we are winning the trade war and trump made the Chinese bend the knee. The chinks were literally calling him Emperor Trump. Why are libcucks so limp waisted? They seem to want the Obama days back when America was weak and sucked the dicks of chinks with their Neville Chamberlain appeasement strategy
How did the US win, exactly? China’s only grown in power.
Click on the fucking link. It’s there in the OP ffs
>setting a flat currency exchange at 7 to 1
you know nothing about trade faggot. Go read a book or shut the fuck up. It's also ironic that the new IP protections will cause MORE outsourcing to china since that was a huge barrier to entry.
No you made the assertion of swindling. Which part of the deal is swindling? Explain yourself.

House of Commons votes to pass Boris Johnson's Brexit deal
The lower house of Parliament voted Thursday to pass British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Brexit deal, moving Britain closer to leaving the the European Union after 47 years of membership.

Parliament members voted 330-231 to pass the Withdrawal Agreement Bill on its third reading after several amendments were defeated after three days of debate and disputes dating back to the 2016 Brexit referendum.

The bill will now go to the upper house of Parliament next week and could progress to be put into legislation if it goes through without any changes, paving the way for Britain to leave the European Union later this month as planned and helping Johnson to fulfill his promise to finish the transition by the end of this year.

Johnson has warned members of the House of Lords to not make any changes, which could slow progress since the House of Commons would have to consider them as amendments.
Though Johnson has succeeded where his predecessor Theresa May failed in getting Brexit legislation through Commons, he does not have the same advantage in the upper house.

Still, his spokesman said Thursday's vote was a "significant positive step," toward his goal to "get Brexit done."

Johnson's plan is similar to May's, but replaces her backstop mechanism that would have kept Northern Ireland aligned with the European Union customs union in the absence of a formal trade deal in the post-Brexit transition with a de facto customs border in the Irish Sea between Northern Ireland and the rest of the United Kingdom.
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>a communist wants no class differences at all
right, stalin spent a lot of time waiting in bread lines with the rest of the people. communists want others to live on minimum rations so that they can themselves live like princesses
republicans are the ones continuing the war on drugs that has only lead to immense power for the cartels and an increase in illegal immigration
>ideologies and totalitarian implementations are the same thing
google "nuance". communist ideologists are retarded, but to conflate the above is twice as retarded
Obama had 8 years to legalize weed, everyone wanted him to do it and he never even made a pass at the issue. Same with Clinton. Legalizing weed is a Democratic voter priority, its not something anyone in the right mind would expect from a Republican, if you want legal weed then lean on your Democratic party representatives until they get the job done. Potheads can get what they want if they're willing to be as demanding the other interest groups are because potheads at equally great in number, but if potheads aren't willing to be as demanding as the other groups of equal numbers then they'll never get what they want.
Don’t give the bait a (You)

>Nebraska bill seeking to ban abortions introduced first day of state session
>BY REBECCA KLAR - 01/08/20 11:02 PM EST
>female author
A bill seeking to ban a common second-trimester abortion procedure was introduced by a Republican Nebraska state senator Wednesday when lawmakers convened for the first day of this year’s legislative session.

The bill introduced by Sen. Suzanne Geist would ban dilation and evacuation abortions, which supporters of the bill call “dismemberment abortion.” It is co-sponsored by 20 other state senators.

Similar abortion bans have been passed in other states, but later faced challenges in courts.

Geist told reporters at the state capitol that she is not concerned about whether or not courts will block the ban should the bill pass.

“My job is to legislate, not to worry about what the courts are going to do,” she said, according to NET News.

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You're ridiculous.
abortion should only be available if the prospective mother has a police report to justify it, that way eventually all the rapists will end up in jail and then there will be no more rape and abortion can be eliminated too.
also the extreme gay sex in the rapist prison would probably be pretty funny
I really hope this post is satire.
Sexual liberation has been harmful to women. A cat lady has poorer prospects than a grandmother. Working a career in some office job until you die alone is not self-actualization.
>Working a career in some office job until you die alone is not self-actualization.
it is if you're controlled by penis envy and disgruntlement at having being born female

BREAKING Speaker Pelosi has delivered articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump to the

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>Over dramatized signing with everyone passing pens around to get a piece.

If the Dems are trying to convince people that they haven't been clutching their asscheeks in rabid anticipation while planning this for years, they are doing a very poor job.
>Get money out of politics.
i'll get right on that once i get this pesky "gravity" out of the universe
Where is Nancy selling the impeachment pens at? How much do they cost? Do they take Dogecoin or is it cash only?
She gave one to each of the congressmen present, so they will all be selling them in some manner, likely only in silent auctions at exclusive very expensive fundraising events.
>Do they take Dogecoin
Nancy only accepts EOS

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tl;dr Republicans are still assblasted Obama managed to accomplish more to improve lives of working class Americans than they can hope to, but are fearful a repeal of nondiscrimination clause in ACA would jeopardize Trump's reelection campaign.

The Affordable Care Act’s fate will still be up for grabs in the courts well after the 2020 election, thanks to a decision last night from a panel of the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals.

Driving the news: In a 2-1 ruling, the panel said the ACA’s individual mandate is unconstitutional. But the court declined to say how much of the rest of the law should fall along with it, instead punting that question back to a lower court to reconsider.

The backstory: Judge Reed O’Connor ruled last year that the individual mandate became unconstitutional in 2017, after Congress zeroed out the penalty for being uninsured.
- He said the entire ACA was bound up with the mandate, and thus the whole law was unconstitutional.
- Democrats appealed that decision to the 5th Circuit.

After attending the 5th Circuit’s oral arguments in this case over the summer, my sense was that the panel’s two conservative judges very much wanted to rule against the ACA, and that the mandate was probably doomed — but that they were spooked by the full implications of striking down the entire law.
- That comports pretty well with that they decided last night.
- The court said O’Connor’s ruling “does not explain with precision” why certain provisions of the ACA couldn’t survive, and instructed him “to employ a finer-toothed comb … and conduct a more searching inquiry.”

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The 400 million was the previous regimes money. In the same way the US and other regimes didn't honour agreements with Vietnam, after the communists overthrow the democratically elected government in Saigon
>a deal that didnt actually prevent them getting weapons of mass destruction
Shitty deal, imo.

Oh, but I forgot orange man bad so Iran good
>or whatever insane fuckery you faggots are up to this week.
That's unfortunate but your case isn't characteristic of most working class folks. The price of health insurance has risen more slowly nationwide since after passage of the ACA, and most people who were already covered by a policy that met all the requirements per essential benefits, caps on deductibles, minimum lifetime coverage caps, etc. have saved money on cost of health insurance. Especially those with preexisting conditions.

The law definitely needs improvement around price controls, democrats unanimously agree it was a rocky start. But Republicans don't want any system; they want nothing but the same market we used to have. Prior to the ACA, medical bankruptcies were far more common and Americans really did just suffer and die from inability to afford treatment.
Assets and debts survive changes of government via state succession in international law. If Iran had borrowed a billion dollars before it was overthrown, that debt would be inherited by the new government.
You can't get blood from a turnip. International debt slavery is also immoral.

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The Democratic leaders may soon learn the wisdom of Oscar Wilde’s warning that “when the gods wish to punish us they answer our prayers.”
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) has so far delayed the submission of the impeachment of President Trump to the Senate to force a trial with witnesses. Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.) has declared any trial of Trump without witnesses to be nothing less than the “most unfair impeachment trial in modern history.” Leaders of both parties know that impeachment often boils down to one unpredictable element: witnesses.
For those who have the votes, witnesses are an unnecessary risk. For those who don’t, they are an absolute necessity. On Friday, Schumer insisted that “there is only one precedent that matters here: that never, never in the history of our country, has there been an impeachment trial of the president where the Senate was denied the ability to hear from witnesses.”
Put another way, Schumer does not have the votes and thus needs the witnesses. Schumer now wants to hear from the witnesses who never testified before the House, which rushed through an impeachment without seeking to compel testimony from key officials. One of those, former national security adviser John Bolton, said Monday he would testify before the Senate if subpoenaed.
In the Clinton impeachment trial 21 years ago, Schumer and the Democrats opposed hearing from witnesses. In that impeachment chapter, the Democrats had the votes. Lacking the votes this time, the unpredictability of witnesses now appeals to Schumer and his party. But only up to a point. Schumer has opposed the suggested Republican witnesses as a mere “distraction.” One witness in particular could prove not just a distraction but a disaster: Hunter Biden.
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Sorry genuinely retarded anon, but the only post I made in this thread was the one ridiculing your pedantry in the discussion
>Sorry genuinely retarded anon, but the only post I made in this thread was the one ridiculing your pedantry in the discussion
then why did you reply to a post correcting someone who *had* genuinely made that mistake, you double pedant shitter
Because the post was pedantic so I returned the pedantry
His splitting hairs was retarded, pointing out that an article in a journal is not written by the journal but by the author
so if someone says something completely retarded, and you correct them, that's "pedantic" and "splitting hairs" and so people shouldn't be allowed to do it. got it.
>I thought the washington post was a single person
its is, his name is jeff bezos

Documents released by House Democrats Tuesday show Connecticut congressional candidate Robert F. Hyde was in contact with an associate of President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, purportedly relaying information about the location of U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch, a central figure in the impeachment inquiry into the president.

“Mr. Hyde … sent a series of text messages suggesting that he had Ambassador Yovanovitch under physical surveillance in Kyiv and that ‘They are willing to help if we/you would like a price,’ ” according to a letter sent by House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Adam B. Schiff.

The messages, which were sent last March, came after Hyde, a Republican running in the state’s 5th Congressional District, received a string of texts from Lev Parnas regarding Yovanovitch, who testified in the House impeachment inquiry in November and has been vilified by Republicans.

“Can’t believe Trump hasn’t fired this [expletive],” Hyde wrote in one message about Yovanovitch, who was appointed by President Barack Obama in 2016 before being ousted by Trump in May.
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>Hyde wrote that the unidentified individuals “are willing to help if we/you would like a price. Guess you can do anything in the Ukraine with money ... what I was told.”
That's sinister as fuck
So he's an unhinged nutjob. Sounds like a great choice for the GOP.
this is his defense

That's laughably bad

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