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Basically bionerd23 the youtuber might be dead or missing this might be a stalking or missing persons case idk here's a vid provided by a person known as "Dave Maverick" in the replies of a comment on bionerd's channel https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Ow4IR3eDuVv00sQGoytFtwBq-WNn3ouN/view


ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- A husband and wife made national news when photos captured them pointing guns at protesters Sunday night outside of their Central West End home.

During the protest, images and videos showed Mark McCloskey, 63, holding a rifle and his wife Patricia McCloskey, 61, pointing a handgun at the crowd of about 300 protesters around 7:30 p.m.

The McCloskeys said they were “in fear for our lives” and that’s why they pulled the guns out.

We must defend these rich white folks from the dangerous black walking down the ‘private’ road!!!!!!!!!!!
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>Err meh gerd white people with guns is litterally terrorists attacking me
Reminder: BLM are complete pussies and cannot stand up to the superior raw power of a white boomer couple with entry level firearms without running away and crying for the police to save them
Reminder they purposely didn't decide to attack them.

If they wanted them dead they would've rushed them down and shot them to death with their own guns.
Purpose being that they were afraid of being shot. You stupid fuck. You'd be amazed how people turn and run once they see a few of their buddies drop. These kids don't have the stomach. These aren't black panthers, just wanna be fucking losers who are weak without a mob.
>Reminder they fled in terror because they're pussies

>they would've rushed them down and shot them to death with their own guns.
LOL, leftists don't have guns

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FILE - In this May 26, 2020 file photo, Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro, wearing a face mask with a logo of the Federal Police, leaves his official residence of Alvorada Palace in Brasilia, Brazil. Bolsonaro won the presidency in 2018 with a campaign that emphasized law and order, and said police should be able to kill criminals with almost no legal constraints in order to curb homicides. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres, FIle)

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro said Tuesday he has tested positive for COVID-19 after months of downplaying the virus’ severity.

Bolsonaro confirmed the test results while wearing a mask and speaking to reporters in capital Brasilia, and said he is already taking hydroxychloroquine — an anti-malarial unproven to effectively treat COVID-19.

“I’m well, normal. I even want to take a walk around here, but I can’t due to medical recommendations,” Bolsonaro said. “I thought I had it before, given my very dynamic activity. I’m president and on the combat lines. I like to be in the middle of the people.”

The 65-year-old populist has often appeared in public to shake hands with supporters and mingle with crowds, at times without a mask. He has said that his history as an athlete would protect him from the virus, and that it would be nothing more than a “little flu” were he to contract it.

He also repeatedly said that there is no way to prevent 70% of the population falling ill with COVID-19, and that local authorities’ measures to shut down economic activity would ultimately cause more hardship than allowing the virus to run its course.

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Ah yes, the peaceful Allies that can't do wrong. Or maybe they were busy firebombing and nuking whole cities full of civilians to plot assassinations.
Mixed retardation on the Internet. Same as everything else.
did i state that the allies did no wrong in ww2?i stated the fact why they stopped it.and even more so that you have the men that assassinated the target from that village or city or from the country,and they didnt like seeing their own civilians get killed by doing other nations dirty work.i condemn the firebombings and nuking just as much as i condemn the human experimentation done by the axis.did you happen to miss what my last quote on the post was?

Couldn't have happened to a better person.
>claims to be pro life
>dies anyways

Russian voters have overwhelmingly backed a referendum on constitutional changes that includes a provision allowing President Vladimir Putin — who has already served for some two decades — to remain in power until 2036.

With nearly all of the ballots counted, the tally for the voting that has taken place over a full week showed a 78% "yes" vote, according to Russia's Central Election Commission. The commission estimated the turnout was 65% of eligible voters.

The opposition accused the government of rigging the vote.
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How badly does Chump want this to be him
You'd be surprised. A lot of Russians are super brainwashed, especially the ones that were adults during the Soviet Union. Putin represents the concept of making Russia "great again" to them, despite the reality.

Imagine if Alabama were an entire country, that's Russia.
Nah, he's got to at least maintain the facade of fair elections. Not sure why though since it's obviously rigged to anyone who isn't braindead.
How big is Alabamas GDP?
He's suggested the idea himself in a "joking" way while blowing hot air before

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>The day after his 29th birthday in May, Olalekan Jacob Ponle posted a picture on his Instagram standing next to a bright yellow Lamborghini in Dubai.
>"Stop letting people make you feel guilty for the wealth you've acquired," he admonished, wearing designer jewellery and Gucci clothes from head to toe.
A month later, the Nigerian, who goes by the name "mrwoodbery" on Instagram, was arrested by Dubai Police for alleged money laundering and cyber fraud.
The most famous of the dozen Africans nabbed in the dramatic operation was 37-year-old Ramon Olorunwa Abbas, "hushpuppi" or just "hush" as he was known by his 2.4 million Instagram followers.
Police in the emirate say they recovered $40m (£32m) in cash, 13 luxury cars worth $6.8m, 21 computers, 47 smartphones and the addresses of nearly two million alleged victims.
Mr Abbas and Mr Ponle were both extradited to the US and charged in a Chicago court with conspiracy to commit wire fraud and laundering hundreds of millions of dollars obtained from cybercrimes.
The two have not yet been asked to plead and are presumed innocent until proven guilty.
"I think there's probably a certain arrogance when they believe they've been careful about maintaining anonymity in their online identities, but they live high on the hog and get careless on social media," said Glen Donath, a former senior prosecutor in the US Attorney's Office in Washington, DC.
It is a spectacular crash for the two Nigerian men who extensively documented their high-flying lifestyle on social media, raising questions about the sources of their wealth.
They unwittingly provided crucial information about their identities and activities for American detectives with their Instagram and Snapchat posts.
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... In one case, a foreign financial institution allegedly lost $14.7m in a cyber-heist where the money ended up in hushpuppi's bank accounts in multiple countries.
The affidavit also alleged that he was involved in a scheme to steal $124m from an unnamed English Premier League team.
The FBI obtained records from his Google, Apple iCloud, Instagram and Snapchat accounts which allegedly contained banking information, passports, communication with conspirators and records of wire transfers.
About 90% of business email compromise scams originate in West Africa, research from American email security firm Agari shows.
'Yahoo boys'
The complaint against Mr Abbas and Mr Ponle describe tactics that resemble what the company calls Vendor Email Compromise tactics, where scammers compromise an email account and study communication between a customer and a vendor.
"The scammer would gather contextual details, as they watched the legitimate email flow," explains Crane Hassold, Agari's senior director of threat research.
"The bad actor would redirect emails to the bad actor's email account, craft emails to the customer that looked like they are coming from the vendor, indicate that the 'vendor' had a new bank account, provide 'updated' bank account information and the money would be gone, at that point."
Mr Ponle, known online as "mrwoodberry", used Mark Kain in emails, according to the FBI.
He is accused of defrauding a Chicago-based company into sending wire transfers of $15.2m. Companies in Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, New York, and California are also said to have fallen victim.
The cash trail allegedly disappeared after his accomplices, called money mules, converted the money into the cryptocurrency bitcoin.
Email scams have become so prevalent globally, and so deeply linked to Nigeria, that the fraudsters have a name in the country: "Yahoo boys".
... They try to convince a recipient to wire money to the other side of the world or they go "phishing", stealing a user's identity and personal information for fraud.
The FBI warns against the Nigerian letter or "419" fraud - emails promising large sums of money, called advance fee scams. The "Nigerian prince" trope has become shorthand for deception.
A Washington, DC-based attorney, Moe Odele, finds it frustrating as a Nigerian because it ignores the "systemic failures that have led to brilliant Nigerian youths engaging in these scams", in the country and abroad.
"They see it as an easy way out in a country that offers them limited options and, in many cases, no options at all," she says.
"But there are also many brilliant Nigerians are represented in world stages from education to pop culture."
How Nigeria suffers
Last month, the US Treasury Department blacklisted six Nigerians among 79 individuals and organisations in its Most Wanted cybercriminals list. It accused them of stealing more than $6m from American citizens through deceptive global threats like BEC and romance fraud.
Other sources: https://www.justice.gov/usao-ndil/pr/nigerian-national-expelled-united-arab-emirates-face-cyber-fraud-charge-chicago
Grandma will be so pleased they caught these guys.
>"Stop letting people make you feel guilty for the wealth you've acquired,"
I feel like anyone who unironically expresses similar sentiment is guilty of numerous financial crimes.
>I feel like anyone who unironically expresses similar sentiment is guilty of numerous financial crimes.
I feel like you should kill yourself now instead of subjecting yourself to a life of being miserable about people having more money than you and rationalizing it by assuming they're all criminals

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For weeks, a mysterious figure on social media talked up plans for antifa protesters to converge on this historical site on Independence Day to burn American flags, an event that seemed at times to border on the farcical.

“Let’s get together and burn flags in protest of thugs and animals in blue,” the anonymous person behind a Facebook page called Left Behind USA wrote in mid-June. There would be antifa face paint, the person wrote, and organizers would “be giving away free small flags to children to safely throw into the fire.”

As word spread, self-proclaimed militias, bikers, skinheads and far-right groups from outside the state issued a call to action, pledging in online videos and posts to come to Gettysburg to protect the Civil War monuments and the nation’s flag from desecration. Some said they would bring firearms and use force if necessary.

On Saturday afternoon, in the hours before the flag burning was to start, they flooded in by the hundreds — heavily armed and unaware, it seemed, that the mysterious Internet poster was not who the person claimed to be.

Biographical details — some from the person’s Facebook page and others provided to The Washington Post in a series of messages — did not match official records. An image the person once posted on a profile page was a picture of a man taken by a German photographer for a stock photo service.
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>Believe what you want, then
I believe what I find good solid evidence to support
Talking to you is like talking to a religious fanatic that just insists I should believe whatever people say even when they seem to have no credibility or good evidence and their claims are quite questionable
Mods should ban you until you figure it out.
Go cry about it little Eichmann
I'll look forward to seeing your whiny appeal on /qa/.
Lucky you, you're going to be looking forward to that indefinitely.

China warned Britain on Thursday it could retaliate with “corresponding measures” for London’s decision to extend a broader path to citizenship for the residents of Hong Kong.

Britain’s offer came in response to a sweeping new security law that China unveiled for the former British territory this week.

The Chinese embassy in London stressed that “all Chinese compatriots residing in Hong Kong are Chinese nationals”.

The British plan covers almost three million Hong Kongers who either have a British National Overseas (BNO) passports or are eligible to apply for one.

The embassy said these people were Chinese nationals as well.

“If the British side makes unilateral changes to the relevant practice, it will breach its own position and pledges as well as international law and basic norms governing international relations,” it said in a statement.

“We firmly oppose this and reserve the right to take corresponding measures,” it said without elaborating.
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New ways to continue protesting despite the NSL.
-Play the tune, while singing neutral lyrics
-Display post it notes with no messages.
Singing that song with numbers.
Free healthcare doesnt exist in china
Free healthcare exists everywhere else in the world outside of the USA
Not even remotely true, there are plenty of places outside of the USA that don't offer free healthcare, it just happens to be particularly sad with reference to the US seeing as they're supposed to lead the free world or some shit like that.

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The South China Morning Post reported that Chinese-funded Confucius Institutes will rebrand amid global backlash.
Multiple U.S. lawmakers as well as U.S. intelligence agencies have said Confucius Institutes are nothing more than propaganda centers.

Chinese media is reporting that China will rebrand its Confucius Institutes amid backlash from critics, including the U.S. intelligence community, which has said the institutes act as international propaganda centers for the Chinese Communist Party.

In 2018, President Donald Trump signed a bill that cuts off some federal funding to U.S. colleges that operate Confucius Institutes. However, Campus Reform has identified more than 75 still active Confucius Institutes on America’s college campuses. American lawmakers have called for the closure of Confucius Institutes across the nation because they say the centers pose a threat to America’s national security.

Some universities have responded to these fears by closing Confucius Institutes on their campuses. Others, meanwhile, have held that while Confucius Institutes on other campuses might pose a threat, that's certainly not the case for their college.

According to the South China Morning Post, Beijing has decided to rename Hanban, the headquarters for its Confucius Institutes, to the "Ministry of Education Centre for Language Education and Cooperation." The SCMP is owned by the Chinese company Alibaba, which has strong ties to the Chinese Communist Party.


The purpose of the new centre would be to “uphold the concept of openness, inclusiveness, and respect, trust, and strive to provide assistance to people from all over the world in learning Chinese as much as possible” Ma Jianfei, deputy director and Communist Party secretary of the Confucius Institute Headquarters, said during the online National Chinese Language Conference in June.

“The Center for Language Education and Cooperation hopes to continue to increase cooperation with relevant institutions in the United States, jointly build a more focused, pragmatic, and efficient new model of China-US language exchange, and make efforts to promote cultural exchanges between China and the United States and enhance mutual understanding between the two peoples,” Jianfei continued.

Professor at the International School of Tongji University in Shanghai Sun Yixue told the South China Morning Post that the name change was “related to various kinds of pressure, but it is by no means succumbing to them.”

“It is a manifestation of Chinese culture that regards harmony as a precious cultural tradition,” Sun continued.

“It is a timely adjustment made by China to adapt to the new situation of world language and cultural exchanges, but this does not mean that all overseas Confucius Institutes should be renamed accordingly,” Yixue concluded.
fuck china
Fuck china
Fuck china women
They don't get it do they?

The reason why Confucius Institutes are under scrutiny is because we know they are under the management of the CCP's propaganda department.

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A newly released survey found just 35% of British people supporting Brexit, with 57% wanting to rejoin the European Union.

The nearly 60% of people who told the European Social Survey that they wanted Britain to be in the EU was far greater than the 48% who backed Remain in 2016.

Support for EU membership has risen across Europe, the survey said.

There has been a surge in support for European Union membership among the British public since the Brexit referendum, a major new survey found.

The European Social Survey, conducted every two years, found that support for the EU had risen across the continent and in Britain.

The survey, completed in 2019 and released this week, found that 57% of Brits said they would vote to be inside the EU, compared with 50% who said the same in the previous survey, released in 2018.

By contrast, just 35% said they would vote to be outside the EU, compared with the 52% of people who voted to leave in 2016. Eight percent of Brits said they would not vote in such a referendum.

The findings have been released four years after Britain voted to leave, as the country faces an increasingly gloomy economic outlook amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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>island monkeys
Bit rude to refer to the Irish in such a manner.
>Make fake poll to overturn voting results
Many such cases
American decline may be inevitable but until the PRC can field a functioning Navy, Air Force, and worldwide logistics chains there is no chance in hell that "Chinese Imperialism" will exist.
>hey maybe this EU thing is not the best id-
You're a fucking joke. What does Trump have to do with Britain or the EU? You are a seething faggot. Cope.
Uk was top dog as a top 3 power. When Paris and Berlin were at a stand off (once again), London was the deciding factor. It had and did use its power to change the course of the EU as a whole; coupled with a respected and efficient diplomatic corps and London being the financial capital of the world, the UK has been punching far above its weight on the world stage for long.
Now with Brexit and financial institution fleeing to Frankfurt, Paris and Amsterdam, soon it will be just a regular mid size developed country like Spain and Italy. But not being in the EU it will become a playball of the world's powerhouses. It is already happening with both China and US steering its 5g deployment..and soon the EU will be able to direct its course as well but now without London having any influence.

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>Former "Mythbusters" co-host Adam Savage allegedly sexually abused his younger sister for years while calling himself the "raping blob" during the late 1970s, the woman says in a lawsuit filed Tuesday.

>Miranda Pacchiana, 51, claims the abuse happened when she was between 7 and 10 years old when the siblings lived in Sleepy Hollow, New York.

>"Beginning in or about 1976 and continuing until approximately 1979, Adam Savage, would repeatedly rape Miranda Pacchiana and force oral sex upon her, and forced Miranda to perform oral sex on him, along with other forms of sexual abuse," says her lawsuit, filed in Westchester Supreme Court.

>The suit says Savage, who was between 9 and 12 years old at the time, would prevent Pacchiana from leaving the bed and anally rape her.

>He allegedly nicknamed himself the "raping blob" while masking the abuse as a game, according to the complaint.

>The 52-year-old special effects whiz is best known as the former co-host of "Mythbusters," a Discovery Channel series that tests the validity of popular myths and legends.

>Pacchiana, of Newtown, Conn., is a social worker who blogged about losing her family after coming forward about the alleged sexual abuse.
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butthurt creepy sex offending uncle detected
>the point is someone is not a true feminist
No matter what comes after this, it's a no true scotsman fallacy.

>if they are advising the rape assault or molestation of someone else
It's surprisingly common when it happens to someone they have a negative disposition towards; especially the victim blaming part, or negative reactions to people speaking out about their experiences. They're still whatever ideology they identify themselves with.

>Like you aren't a humanitarian if you do civic works of charity and are secretly a pedo or serial killer.
This, like feminism and other political ideologies, are largely an identity-based beliefs. And identifying as them are generally the only requirements needed to qualify as them. Putting any other requirements is fallacious, bigoted, and completely antithetical to individual consent.

>What I said to you was, your mother is to blame for not helping her underage children with any problems they had psychological or emotional.
No such statement or claim was made. Neither explicitly, and certainly not implicitly.

>then I am sorry to hear that
Bad faith argument.

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>You may want to seek some therapy to talk about what happened to you with a professional.
Already in it for 30 years you presumptuous, And also, what the fuck do you think is going to happen with that? Like at. fucking. all? Do you even know *anything* about therapy, let alone the kind that goes into this? What goes down, how it works? What kind of results do you think is going to gleaned from it, and how? Because chances are, as is always the case with you presumptuous fucks, it's a complete one-eighty of how they actually work, and what they do. And your idea of said therapy is so inaccurate, so off-the-mark, that even the doctors involved aren't sure how you got that idea.

>You don't 'advocate' for feminism
You literally do.

>it isn't an abstract construct
That's all it is. Like most (if not all) ideologies.

>Feminism means equal pay, equal rights, health rights, and human dignity and respect.
Feminism is a gender-focused form of egalitarianism. That doesn't inherently guarantee, nor mean, any of those. :/
argument from stone. also, bad example because that's correct about train collectors
>But her expectations and disconnect from reality is off.
what do you mean by this?

Michael Lofthouse, the British CEO (kek fucking anglo forgot where he was) and founder of tech company Solid8, was caught on camera racially attacking Jordan Chan and her family when they were out celebrating a birthday at Bernardus Lodge and Spa's Lucia restaurant in Carmel Valley on Saturday.
The footage begins after Lofthouse has already apparently started on his unprovoked, racist tirade, with the person filming him telling him to 'say that again'.

'Oh, now you're shy,' the person behind the camera is heard saying.
'Say it one more time.'
The man responds by flipping them the bird and saying 'that's what I'm saying now'.
'Trump's going to f*** you!' he then yells, as he gets up to leave the restaurant.
'You f***ers need to leave.'
A waitress is then heard telling him 'to leave now'.
'Get out of here,' she shouts. 'You are not allowed here. You do not talk to our guests like that.'
Lofthouse continues with his vile attack on the family.
'You f***ing Asian piece of s**t,' he shouts at the group, before turning to the waitress and saying: 'Who are these f***ers?'
'They are valued guests,' the waitress responds.
Lofthouse replies: 'Are they? They are valued guests in America?'
The waitress continues to tell him to 'get out' and says: 'You are not allowed here ever again.'

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I'll give her my huge tip! Boioioing! Prolly bout tree fiti
Fucking Brits larping as American racists. Now we know who all these white supremacists really are.
Is he wrong?
Based Bong.


President Donald Trump promoted a video on Twitter on Sunday morning showing a man in a golf cart with Trump campaign gear shouting "white power."

The video, which Trump said was from the Florida retirement community known as The Villages, featured a parade of golf carts, some with pro-Trump signs, driving past anti-Trump protesters who were shouting curses at them. The man who is heard shouting "white power" was responding to protesters shouting "racist."

The tweet was removed from his feed hours later.

"Thank you to the great people of The Villages," Trump had written. "The Radical Left Do Nothing Democrats will Fall in the Fall. Corrupt Joe is shot. See you soon!!!"

In a statement to reporters, White House deputy press secretary Judd Deere said Trump "is a big fan of The Villages" but "did not hear the one statement made on the video."

"What he did see was tremendous enthusiasm from his many supporters," Deere added.

The president has a history of problematic retweets dating back years. He promoted an account with the handle "WhiteGenocideTM" during the 2016 campaign, and in recent months he has increasingly retweeted accounts supporting or promoting the QAnon conspiracy theory.

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Massive voter suppression is election fraud.
Republicans in Florida just kept three quarters of million people from voting, in defiance of the will of the people.
>if trumps supporters actually thought he was a real racist, they wouldn't be supporting him.
If Trump's supporters don't think he's racist, they are retarded.

The man set his rally on Juneteenth, in Tulsa, right after HBO's Watchmen reminded everyone what happened there. That's not a dog whistle, that's a fucking airhorn.

Racism, and fear of Democrats, are the only things keeping Trump in power, and most of that fear comes from the idea that the Democrats are selling out the white man. He knows it, you know it, everyone knows it - denying it at this point just makes you look retarded. Midas well be proud racist, as at least you don't seem completely divorced from reality then - just angry.

And actually, you may be right, Trump himself may not be particularly racist, and just manipulating racists to his own ends - but if a man that goes this far out of his way to make himself seem as pro-racism as possible, isn't seen as racist by his supporters, then either they realize they are being manipulated, or they are retards.
>Trump himself may not be particularly racist, and just manipulating racists to his own ends

I'm sure he has some personal little prejudices, but this white power shit is clearly an act. Yeah he's doing it 100% on purpose, but he couldn't give a shit about it. It's just him doing whatever he believes will help politically.

You guys are completely ridiculous assholes. If you want to pretend that racism has nothing to do with Trump, you should ask Trump to stop visibly appealing to your racism on twitter/tv lmao
>there was more to the confederacy then racism. most people who want to defend the statues aren't even racist. the confederate flag is not a hate symbol.

There's literally nothing else american whites can rally around to disguise their anti-blackness? The Confederate flag? Talk about low hanging fruit.

Apparently there's nothing more to America than whites and blacks fetishizing each other. Literally every aspect of American society, culture, politics and the economy revolves around this concept. Good job, guys. Keep it up.

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An election commissioner in Mississippi claims her intent wasn’t to be racist despite posting on Facebook that she was concerned because “the Blacks” are having lots of voter registration events.

According to a report from the Clarion Ledger, Jones County election commissioner Gail Harrison Welch is now pushing back at people who have questioned the integrity of the election commission where she serves after she made the comments on social media last week.

“I don’t mean anything by it,” she told the Clarion-Ledger. “I have worked hard to make sure everybody is registered to vote — Black or white, everybody — that’s just how I am.”

Why the concern at Black people registering to vote then? And the implication that there is a distinction between “blacks” and “people in Mississippi?”

Welch also defended herself by saying she had meant to make the comment in a private message, which additionally undercuts her meaningless excuse that she didn’t intend for her post to seem racist.

Despite all of one Mississippi lawmaker coming out against Welch’s comments, as of today she still holds a position of electoral oversight in a county made up of almost 30% Black residents—and in an election year when racial equity will definitely be on the ballot.

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What's with the college logo at the bottom of the pic? Does she work there?
>Based and redpilled

kek. you fucking bitch must be trying to troll here
>The blacks
>Refers to them separately from 'Mississippians
she's clearly racist
Black voter registration drives are open to everyone. It just says black in the drives because the area/regions they target in the ads is usually 95% fucking black filled. But the volunteers aren't going to turn away the local whites, latinos, etc who live in the area.
What's wrong with calling blacks black?

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States can require Electoral College voters to back the victor of their state’s popular vote, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously on Monday, in a major dispute that could have an impact on November’s presidential contest.
Two cases were brought by Electoral College voters in Washington state and Colorado who refused to back Democrat Hillary Clinton in 2016, despite her wins in those states.
Like most states, Washington and Colorado have laws that require electors to vote for their pledged candidate. The electors argued that the enforcement of those laws was unconstitutional.

States can require Electoral College voters to back the victor of their state’s popular vote, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously on Monday, in a major dispute that could have an impact on November’s presidential contest.

Justice Elena Kagan, who authored the opinion of the court, wrote that “nothing in the Constitution expressly prohibits States from taking away presidential electors’ voting discretion.”

Two cases were brought by Electoral College voters in Washington state and Colorado who refused to back Democrat Hillary Clinton in 2016, despite her wins in those states.

Like most states, Washington and Colorado have laws that require electors to vote for their pledged candidate. The electors argued that the enforcement of those laws was unconstitutional.

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Seriously dude. Get some help.
This is great! Trump lost the 2016 popular vote by 3.3 million votes! And this time he's in much worse shape! Thanks, SCOTUS!
National popular vote dies not matter only popular vote from each state matters.
As long as its the states popular vote then theres no problem. Its when its the countries popular vote that its stupid. At that point might as well just let the dems and republicans just tour newyork city and la and skip the rest of the country.
NYC and LA combined have 12 million people. Assuming both have the same ratio of voting age population as the rest of the country (~75%) and that turnout is the same as the national average (~55%), that's only 5 million votes out of 137 million. You can't win on that. Even adding up the top 10 cities gets you only 10 million votes based on the same ratio assumptions. "You can win with only big cities" is a hypothetical strategy that doesn't square with statistical reality.

wheres ronnie ?


New Yahoo News/YouGov July 4 poll: A staggering 62 percent of Americans no longer see America as Ronald Reagan's 'shining city on a hill'

This Fourth of July, a new Yahoo News/YouGov poll shows that no matter how polarized they might be politically, Americans finally seem to agree on something: that everything about America is getting worse.

In his 1989 farewell address, President Ronald Reagan famously described the United States as a “shining city on a hill” — a beacon of hope and a model for the rest of the world. According to the Yahoo News/YouGov survey, which was conducted between June 29 and July 1, a majority of Americans (52 percent) believe that Reagan’s remark was accurate at the time he said it; only 21 percent disagree.

Yet today a staggering 62 percent of Americans say the U.S. is no longer that shining city on a hill. Just 17 percent say it still is.

“I am in Texas, COVID-19 is on the rise, and there’s quite a lot of anxiety,” said poll respondent Alexandra Foulks, a 62-year-old native of France who now lives in Dallas with her husband.

Foulks scoffed at the notion of America as the proverbial “shining city on a hill.”
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I live in Minneapolis too, and all the rioters I saw were white.
at $25+ TRILLION debt ...

at $25,000,000,000,000+ debt Americans are enslaved to ourselves and foreigners and T-rump ran in 2016 on the lie the USA debt wood be cut

Deaths 133,445

t-rump can shoot anyone 5th avenue
but he dont need to cuz u already ded

You'd have to appreciate the irony if the Chinese blame the virus on the US.

T-rump chasing 中国,

中国 chasing t-rump,

Dog chasing tail !!!!

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