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https://www.nationalgeographic.com/history/2020/11/one-in-six-could-go-hungry-2020-as-covid-19-persists
Early one morning in mid-November, Trisha Cunningham, the president of North Texas Food Bank, arrived at a sprawling fairground in southern Dallas that hosts the annual Texas State Fair. Four lines of cars snaked for miles, from the entrance toward the skyscrapers downtown. Some of the drivers had arrived the night before and slept in their cars, waiting for a box of food that would help get them through Thanksgiving.

By the end of this year, more than 50 million people could experience food insecurity, according to Feeding America, the country’s largest hunger-relief organization. That’s one in six Americans and one in four children—nearly a 50 percent increase from 2019. A Northwestern University study in June found that food needs had doubled nationally, and tripled for households with children. The pandemic has laid bare how many people are one paycheck or medical bill away from hunger.

In October, Feeding America’s network of food banks and pantries distributed some 548 million meals, up 52 percent from an average month before the pandemic. In November, with the holidays approaching, it may be more. When the fairgrounds gates opened in Dallas, volunteers waved cars through rows of orange cones to receive a 15-pound box of produce, dry goods, a frozen turkey, and a loaf of bread. In a typical year, the North Texas Food Bank holiday distribution serves around 500 people. This year, when the gates closed, they’d sent 8,500 people home with more than half a million pounds of food. Before the pandemic, the food bank’s clientele were largely employed people who needed extra help to make ends meet. Now, many of them told Cunningham they’d lost their jobs. And a third of those being served, she estimates, had never needed assistance before.

“People are seeing hunger like they’ve never seen it before,” she says.
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>>738322
That's just crazy. I'm from eastern europe and here as long as you have a job you'll get by - even on minimum wage you will get by, tho it will be quite sucky. But you wouldn't starve.
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This all started because OP was desperate to get a jab in on conservatives.
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>>738448
All of it.
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>>738519
No, it's American culture. Working class people have no rights in America.
https://www.abc12.com/2020/09/23/michigan-house-votes-to-shield-employers-from-coronavirus-lawsuits/
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>>738519
>>738538
Welcome to the advent of "Right to Work" laws, which always seem to translate to "Right to Enslave". People eat it right up without thinking about it, just because it's their wing.

Granted, there is the opposite extreme in some places in Europe, where it's near impossible to get a job, due to the near limitless job security - but one would think there would be a happy medium.

https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/meet-the-press/nearly-all-votes-counted-2020-presidential-election-wasn-t-close-n1248608

WASHINGTON — What’s gotten lost in all of the focus on President Trump’s lawsuits, his baseless accusations of voter fraud and his administration’s unwillingness so far to begin the transition is a simple fact.

The 2020 presidential election wasn’t really that close.

Right now, Joe Biden’s popular-vote lead over Trump stands at 4 percentage points, 51 percent to 47 percent — and it’s only going to grow once more of New York’s votes (finally) get counted.

That would give Biden the second-largest popular vote margin out of the 21st century’s six presidential elections, with only Barack Obama’s 7-point win in 2008 being greater.
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>>738405
>not purposely getting yourself mad
I bet you are too much of a pussy to purposely listen to NPR in the morning to get yourself mad at lying on the way to work
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>>738242
Kek, it is
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>>735257
?? Does no one else remember 'not MY president' that tea partiers did under Obama?
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Oh man, what a mess of a thread

Why did you guys think it was smart to take someone trotting out "Obongo" seriously? No offense, but it's a waste of time to think up anything like duly considered replies to that shit.

Here: What's that, you say? Hitler was a leftist? Fug. My bad, tell me more. Tell me all the things nobody ever says in normal society with any basis understanding of history, cutie. Tell me everything
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>>737643
You have absolutely no idea what you're talking about if you think that Obama is popular among leftists

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Sigh... he's definitely getting acquitted.
>Kyle Rittenhouse, in a jailhouse interview, said he used stimulus money to get a gun. The first man he shot had just left a psychiatric hospital.

>In a summer roiled by protests for racial justice, Kenosha, Wis., moved into the national spotlight in August after a White police officer shot a Black man named Jacob Blake seven times in the back.

>Peaceful protests during the day were followed by rioting and civil unrest at night. Just before midnight on Aug. 25, tensions peaked when a 17-year-old named Kyle Rittenhouse shot and killed 36-year-old Joseph Rosenbaum. Moments later, Rittenhouse shot two other men, one fatally.

>Rittenhouse was arrested and charged with multiple counts of homicide and weapons offenses, but right-wing groups have rallied to his cause, celebrating him as a hero who sought to protect Kenosha from destructive rioting and who fired in self-defense. The events have become a litmus test for a deeply divided nation.

>A Washington Post examination of video and police records, along with other documents, sheds new light on the mindsets of the two people principally involved - one a gun enthusiast who thought of himself as a medic, the other a homeless man with a criminal record who was discharged that day from a psychiatric hospital.

>The Post found that Rittenhouse, who was too young to buy a rifle, had arranged for an adult friend to buy the weapon for him using money Rittenhouse had received from a government stimulus program.

>The Post interviewed Rittenhouse, who spoke publicly for the first time since his arrest. He said he did not regret that he had a gun that night. "I feel I had to protect myself," he said. "I would have died that night if I didn't."
https://www.washingtonpost.com/investigations/2020/11/19/kenosha-shooting-kyle-rittenhouse-interview/
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the guy brought a loaded gun to a riot and someone ended up attacking him and he ended up shooting that person so this guy gets what he gets which is 10 years in jail or some s***. tough luck, dumb nuts
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hope he rots in a jail cell with bubba so he gets nightly rapings
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This thread is pure cancer
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>>738518
cry more emo patriot kid.
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>>738509
legitimately theres nothing wrong with this. the punishment for crime should be death. if a civillian happens to carry out the punishment before law enforcement can, they should get a get out of death free card that allows them to commit 1 crime

Was scientist’s killing the opening shot of a Trump-led war on Iran?

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/nov/28/was-scientists-killing-the-opening-act-of-a-trump-led-war-on-iran

DIS DUDE AINT A LEADER!!!!!

The assassination on Friday of Iran’s leading nuclear scientist has heightened suspicions t hat Donald Trump, in cahoots with hardline Israeli and Saudi allies, may be trying to lure the Tehran regime into an all-out confrontation in the dying days of his presidency. Trump’s four-year-long Iranian vendetta is approaching a climax – and he still has the power and the means to inflict lasting damage.
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>>738007
Mr. President if you're reading this, please nuke Los Angeles and New York City. Also south Chicago and Atlanta if you have time.
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>>738011

UNFORTUNATELY t-Rump CANNOT READ
SO CALL t-Rump DIRECTLY:

Write or Call the White House | The White House

Call the President. PHONE NUMBERS Comments: 2024561111
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i got a meth lab zoso sticker rolled up in my pocket
Gotta seven inch trigger finger don't know how to stop it
Gotta one way pile-driver nowhere left to use it
I'm a Supercharged Freedom Fighter
And I'm givin' it all
I gotta candy stick Peacemaker know you wanna shoot it
A 3D dream maker gotta find some place to put it
Got a meth lab zoso sticker rolled up in my pocket
Gotta genuine mother maker
And I'm givin' it all
Get it up
Get it up

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-W92xs0iMY 7H
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rambling rambling HE GOT TO BE ON CHALK

Adolf Hitler is remembered as many things: a genocidal warmonger, a hateful ideologue, a failed art student. But the phrase "drug addict" is usually not high among the list of epithets.

A new documentary, to be aired this weekend by Britain's Channel 4, digs into the Führer's "hidden drug habit." Based on details in a 47-page American military dossier compiled during the war, Hitler was taking a cocktail of 74 different drugs, including a form of what is now commonly known as crystal meth. He also took "barbiturate tranquilizers, morphine, bulls' semen," according to reports.

The revelations aren't exactly new. Methamphetamines, which were pioneered in Germany at the end of the 19th century, were used by various armies during World War II as stimulants to aid fatigued soldiers. The drug was popularly consumed in Germany as Pervitin, a pill Hitler took among his various medications.
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>>738422
Wow, those wacky nazis were almost as drugged up as your average contemporary American child. Didn’t Adumb know that amphetamines are meant for kids?

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what you think about this?
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Jewish Terrorists? Israel? Who could have seen this coming?
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>>737746
What do I think of WHAT?
All there is is a link to some jew fag run empire site which I'm no going to patreon you fucking lazy faggot, SPEAK.....
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>>738269
Maybe they do understand it perfectly well, yet don't give a flying fuck. How bout dem apples?
Muslims are so utterly pure though XD XD
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>>738267
Oh bitch, bitch, bitch, crackpot
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>>737749
Yeah nothing burger, tell that to the families of all the people in that plane the Iranians shot down in response.

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/politics/new-mexico-governor-shuts-down-grocery-stores-for-two-weeks
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SUCK ASS GOVERNOR GRISHAM
HOPE BIDEN TAKES HER TO WASHINGTON

But Larry Behrens, Western States Director for Power The Future, disagrees. He told The Center Square, “Our state currently suffers from high unemployment brought on by the same governor who passed a controversial energy law that will kill jobs and raise electric rates. The fact she will keep cashing her taxpayer-funded paycheck while her constituents stand in line for food should surprise no one.”
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>>738400

but he still keeps churches and political meetings open. hahaha
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>>738445
she
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>>738400
> “There is no community in the state of New Mexico where COVID-19 closures have closed off all food and water or medicine options for any community or group of people. Every single community where the virus is forcing closures has alternate stores, alternate resources. Moreover, stores are only ordered closed for the protection of public safety when the store's staff members have an abundance of COVID-19 infections among them – surely you and everyone in New Mexico can agree that not one of us would like to be shopping among staff that are contagious.”

So what's the problem here, retards?

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https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-election-2020/trump-twitter-diaperdon-election-press-conference-b1762682.html

Donald Trump has angrily declared Twitter a national security threat after #DiaperDon went viral following a news conference in which he repeatedly complained about perceived injustices.

“Twitter is sending out totally false ‘Trends’ that have absolutely nothing to do with what is really trending in the world. They make it up, and only negative ‘stuff’,” the US president tweeted without providing evidence in the early hours of Friday morning.

Mr Trump did not say which trending topic upset him, but following Thursday’s press briefing, which saw him furiously assail a reporter from behind a surprisingly small desk, the hashtag #DiaperDon surged towards the top of Twitter’s trending list in the US and UK.

“For purposes of National Security, Section 230 must be immediately terminated!!!” Mr Trump added, in reference to part of a 1996 law which protects websites from lawsuits over content posted by users. Any changes to these protections would fundamentally change how the internet works.

MeidasTouch, an anti-Trump political action committee, took credit for the initial use of the hashtag on Friday morning.
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>>737547
You'd be a lightweight too if you'd finally change your diaper, Donnie
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>>737331
Surprise, surprise.. the cultists want to eliminate free speech.
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Hey #dipydon
This one goes out to you baby
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v-9AfdzMw5w
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>>737489
The COPIUM mines must be running dry.
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>>737329
>here in America we’re very witty and “woke”, instead of calling the president out on what he is, what all of them have been for the last seventy years, we use funny words to seem smart and properly educated.
>lol take that diaper don!
>actually a murder, international war criminal, too of the corporate class and your slave master, just like Obama, just like bush, just like Clinton, but “lol, poopy pants!”

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https://madison.com/wsj/news/local/education/university/uw-madison-moves-forward-on-plan-to-move-70-ton-boulder-seen-as-symbol-of/article_d024d9a7-c143-5a91-8165-b8ac521d1dc6.html

UW-Madison is moving forward on a plan to remove a boulder from Observatory Hill after calls from students of color who see the rock as a painful reminder of the history of racism on campus.

The 70-ton boulder is officially known as Chamberlin Rock in honor of Thomas Crowder Chamberlin, a geologist and former university president. But the rock was referred to at least once after it was dug out of the hill as a “niggerhead,” a commonly used expression in the 1920s to describe any large dark rock.

The Campus Planning Committee unanimously voted last week to recommend to Chancellor Rebecca Blank that the boulder be removed from Observatory Hill. Blank has previously indicated she supports the rock’s removal, though a timeline for removal has not been established.

The Wisconsin Black Student Union called for the rock’s removal over the summer. President Nalah McWhorter said the rock is a symbol of the daily injustices that students of color face on a predominantly white campus.

“This is a huge accomplishment for us,” she said on Wednesday. “We won’t have that constant reminder, that symbol that we don’t belong here.”

McWhorter also faulted the Wisconsin State Journal for printing the vulgarity in a 1925 news article.
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>>738368
>imagine wasting thirty seconds on posting such a boring comment
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>>738514
You don't have to imagine, you just did that
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>>737599
>do you want Native American ghosts? Cause that’s how you get Native American ghosts
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>>737693
>native Americans zio, try reading a bit before having an autistic fit, don’t worry, we’re all just as autistic as you it’s not a contest.
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>>737701
I’ve seen the shining, I don’t care about protestors zio, I care about my multi million dollar hotel being hainted by red skin tribes and killing customers

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https://www.newsweek.com/parler-censoring-write-trump-ga-hashtag-1549891

Social network Parler has allegedly hidden posts on its website that are tagged as #WriteInTrumpForGA. The hashtag is encouraging disgruntled supporters of President Donald Trump to write the president in rather than any candidate for the upcoming Senate Runoff elections.

The hashtag originated in a Super PAC with GOP ties.The Committee for American Sovereignty, connected to political consultant Roger Stone, launched a website calling for people to "Hack the Runoff," and write in Trump. The website states:

>With enough write-ins in the Georgia senate race, we can tilt the balance in Georgia in Trump's favor! If we can do this, we have a real chance at getting these RINO [Republican In Name Only] senators to act on the illegitimate and corrupt election presided over by a Democrat party that is invested in the Communist takeover of Our Great Nation. We will not stop fighting for you, the American Patriot, against the evils of Socialism and inferior Religions. This is a Christian Nation and will be as long as we fight, together, for our sovereignty.

A user on Twitter shared a screenshot of Parler's search screen. The screengrab shows no results for #WriteInTrumpforGA. However, a Newsweek search on Parler shows that there are 21 "Parleys" for the aforementioned hashtag, six for a #WriteInTrumpforSenateGA, and 52 for #WriteinTrumpGeorgiaRunoff.

While there are only a few Parleys in each category, the one with the most posts is the #WriteInTrump hashtag, which has 158 Parleys. Some Parler users also shared similar screenshots alleging that the social network was censoring the posts. "We need to #boycottgeorgiarunoffs #boycottgarunoff #boycottga #boycottgarunoffs and write in #trump2020 if you want to send a MESSAGE to RINOS if you are a real believer. Otherwise, the establishment gears will just keep churning, churning, churning. This is our chance," one post read.
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>>736713
its been reddit's landing board since 2015
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>>736713
>/pol/ has been reddit since 2015.
Don't pretend otherwise.
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>>737167
There is no good evidence that parler is actually censoring posts for anti-Trump speech
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>>736792
Its exactly the same with radical left winger tho...
Go try to argue on anything slate/salon/nuVICE publishes and prepare to be ostracized by hardcore SJWLGBTBBQs even moreso if you imply that blacks and muzz happilly kills gays for fun...
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>>738043
Except the evidence they did to help Republicans in the election.
That's total bias.

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Less than a week before the 2020 election, I interviewed a number of psychologists who speculated that if President Donald Trump lost to former Vice President Joe Biden, his narcissism might cause him to lash out by deliberately tanking the economy. Now it seems like that prediction might have been correct — although the reasons may have as much to do with the Republican Party's longstanding traditions as Trump's individual flaws.

Last week Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin inexplicably decided to allow a number of federal programs sponsored by the CARES Act to expire on Dec. 31. These programs, which have allowed the government to lend up to $4.5 trillion in various financial markets to stave off economic pain that would otherwise be felt by municipalities, businesses and workers, could still be revived by incoming Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen if she strikes an agreement with the Federal Reserve Board of Governors.

Because Biden will not take office until Jan. 20, however, Mnuchin's actions are likely to hurt people economically in the intervening span, a point that the Federal Reserve itself acknowledged when it publicly disagreed with Mnuchin.

"The Federal Reserve would prefer that the full suite of emergency facilities established during the coronavirus pandemic continue to serve their important role as a backstop for our still-strained and vulnerable economy," the central bank said in a public statement. As High Frequency Economics chief economist Carl Weinberg told CNBC at the time, "I don't think there is a good economic or public health or social reason to explain why they want to cut these programs at this particular time, so it has kind of got to be politics, doesn't it?"

https://www.salon.com/2020/11/28/what-could-trump-do-to-tank-the-economy-out-of-vengeance-what-republicans-have-done-for-years/
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>>738501
But Stimulus checks that the lower ranks get is "COMMUNISM!"
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>>737824
Happy to see him destroy that faggot country. I hope he finds a way to eliminate Biden.
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>>738506
>god I hope they don't find out that I'm from Kansas
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>>738513
Nobody cares where you're from, tranny. Telll it to your Facebook friends.
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>>738491
The US economy is a house of cards an Trump is taking a giant fan to it with the post election policies he pushed through.

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The world’s largest multidisciplinary survey on research integrity is in danger of falling short of its goals after two-thirds of invited institutions declined to collaborate, citing the sensitivity of the subject and fearing negative publicity. That left researchers leading the DutchNational Survey on Research Integrityon their own to scrape many email addresses and solicit responses. The survey will close on 7 December, but the team has gathered responses from less than 15% of 40,000 targeted participants.

“It was supposed to be a collaborative effort, but it ended up as a satellite on its own in the Solar System, trying to send out signals,” says Gowri Gopalakrishna, a postdoctoral researcher at the Amsterdam University Medical Center (AUMC) who is coordinating the €800,000 survey.

Lex Bouter, who studies research methods and integrity at the Free University of Amsterdam (VU), began to plan the survey in 2016 to address a lack of data about questionable research practices and scientific misconduct. He wanted to ask all working academics in the Netherlands not just about how they conduct their research, but also about work habits, pressures, and other aspects of academic life. Bouter, a former VU president himself, assured the heads of other universities that the survey would not generate an institutional ranking of misbehavior.
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>>737898
>in a study limited internally to the Netherlands
It was started by a faculty in amsterdam you illiterate moron not limited to the netherlands
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>>738294
>didn't read the article
>calls someone else a an "illiterate moron" for reading it with actual comprehension
Peak self-own, laddie.
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>>737998
>Also yes its a given that to diasolve the basis for many a persons academic career would be undesireable and until a solution is found the proplem is not to be exacerbated by telling the public that the boundries between academia and the unwashed/unverified masses is about as stable as you appear while you had that fit on your keyboard.
Read this. Just read it.
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>>737998
Lol, ok, I know it’s tough being esl. I also had a a tough time getting English correctly, you’ll get there someday and then maybe somebody will get what you’re trying to say.
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>>738515
Hahaha, gave me a chuckle over my coffee to say the least.

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>>738317
OP is and always will be, a colossal faggot.

TL;DR: The German equivalents of SJWs are comparing Coronavirus restrictions and lockdowns to being Jewish during the holocaust. Jews are butthurt about comparing muh 6 gorillions to having to stay at home and not go around people.
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>>738349
Fuck op
>Men in concentration camp uniforms were seen holding up signs reading "vaccination makes you free" — a cynical reference to the notorious "work makes you free" sign at the entrance to Auschwitz and other Nazi concentration camps.
>The protesters have adopted the German term "Querdenken" ("lateral thinking") to style themselves as a shunned and an oppressed segment of society that is willing to go against the Berlin establishment on how best to tackle the coronavirus crisis.
>Click onto the "Querdenken" Website and this is what you will find: "We are democrats. In our movement, there is no place for right-wing extremism, left-wing extremism, fascist or inhuman tendencies."
>Historian Wagner believes the danger posed by movement should not be played down. It remains, he says, "very heterogeneous. But what brings all the different strands together is openness towards the right — and a willingness to spread conspiracy theories."
>Felix Klein, Germany's national Anti-Semitism Commissioner, says the spectrum of views among coronavirus deniers includes: "esoteric enthusiasts, non-medical healers, peaceniks, members of the 'Citizens of the Reich' movement, and unabashed right-wing militants — all using the demonstrations to mobilize their followers."

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The assassination of Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was carried out by a highly trained hit squad of 62 people — pouncing in six vehicles after the local power supply was cut, according to local reports.

The killers — who Iranian officials have insisted were sent by Israel — included a team of 50 giving “logistical support” to the dirty dozen who carried out the actual ambush Friday, sources told leading Iranian journalist Mohamad Ahwaze.

All involved had “entered special training courses, as well as security and intelligence services abroad,” Ahwaze tweeted, as translated by ELINT News.

“The team knew exactly the date and course of the movement of the Fakhrizadeh protection convoy in the smallest details,” Ahwaze’s sources told him, allowing them to cut the scientist off as he went to his private villa in Absard.

Shortly before Fakhrizadeh drove through their ambush site, the team “cut off the electricity completely from this area” to slow reports of their assassination and any calls for help, the reporter said.

https://nypost.com/2020/11/29/stewardess-offers-adult-entertainment-on-flights-report/
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>>738086
Nice try mr cia but israel is now my greatest ally
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I guess it's better than killing unarmed kids in Palestine. It's still murder.
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>>738449

yep. killing a scientists will stop iranian nuclear program like for 5 days.. until they will double or tripple their efforts to get a fucking nuke. joos are just fucking killing scientists which can be replaced. joos dont get it that their scientists can be dropped to or that Iran has thousands of nuke scientists (most of them trained in the west) awaiting to replace that guy.
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>>738470
That guy was not just a scientist, but also a high ranking general or something. Head of several departments, so quite an important figure. But you're right, if killing one single guy shuts down your country's nuclear program something is wrong with the administration of that program.

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The facts were indisputable: President Trump had lost.

But Trump refused to see it that way. Sequestered in the White House and brooding out of public view after his election defeat, rageful and at times delirious in a torrent of private conversations, Trump was, in the telling of one close adviser, like “Mad King George, muttering, ‘I won. I won. I won.’”

However cleareyed Trump’s aides may have been about his loss to President-elect Joe Biden, many of them nonetheless indulged their boss and encouraged him to keep fighting with legal appeals. They were “happy to scratch his itch,” this adviser said. “If he thinks he won, it’s like, ‘Shh ... we won’t tell him.’”

Trump campaign pollster John McLaughlin, for instance, discussed with Trump a poll he had conducted after the election that showed Trump with a positive approval rating, a plurality of the country who thought the media had been “unfair and biased against him” and a majority of voters who believed their lives were better than four years earlier, according to two people familiar with the conversation, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss private conversations. As expected, Trump lapped it up.

The result was an election aftermath without precedent in U.S. history. With his denial of the outcome, despite a string of courtroom defeats, Trump endangered America’s democracy, threatened to undermine national security and public health, and duped millions of his supporters into believing, perhaps permanently, that Biden was elected illegitimately.

Trump’s allegations and the hostility of his rhetoric — and his singular power to persuade and galvanize his followers — generated extraordinary pressure on state and local election officials to embrace his fraud allegations and take steps to block certification of the results.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/trump-election-overturn/2020/11/28/34f45226-2f47-11eb-96c2-aac3f162215d_story.html
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>>738344
To the right, yes. They don't actually WANT this to be easy or right after all. And they'll use Socialism as a specter to justify their idiocy all the way through.
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>>738358
This, the whole point of voter ID is to create a poll tax to keep the poor and minorities from voting.
Why do you think they're shutting down DMVs and making it harder to find places that can give you said ID?
Wasn't it Alabama where they shut down almost every DMV that was in a predominately black area?
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>>738136
Skaven superiority over things self-evident. Thing success proof that things cheat. After all when Skaven superiority self-evident, how could things win fairly?
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>>738247
I live in Colorado.
We have a massive early voting system.
I received multiple letters in the mail regarding how to register to vote.
Both my roommate and I did it together and we received our ballots.
I missed the deadline to send it by mail, so I went and dropped it off at a voting site on election day.
And do people forget we are in a pandemic and people should be encouraged to mail in?
And do we also forget Trump shit on mail in voting for weeks before election?
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>>738319
There isn't really evidence of election fraud either way. Trump and the Repubs generally tried to suppress the vote as much as possible though, that's pretty obvious. Trump forced delays in mail knowing that a lot of people were using mail-in ballots and some states discount ballots received after the 3rd even if they are postmarked earlier. Various Repub governors reduced or shut down polling places in heavily populated (read: Democratic-leaning) cities to make lines longer and make it more inconvenient to vote, etc, etc. Republicans are just massive pieces of shit as usual.




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