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Neo » 14 minutes ago » wrote: If liberals can discriminate based on race then others can too. Might wanna stop this silliness.
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DennisTheMenace » Today, 7:36 am » wrote: They were drinking Trump's orange kool-aid.  He's the 21st century Jim Jones. 

Only trailer-park trash would be dumb enough to storm the Capitol.

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rising gas prices, rising inflation, 28 Trillion in debt, racial friction everywhere



Thank you trump....Thank you gqp!!

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rippy....SEND $$$

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For the new book, the two interviewed Trump at Mar-a-Lago.

The book also goes deep on post-election/Jan. 6.

The publisher says "I Alone Can Fix It'" uses Trump and those around him — doctors, generals, advisers, family members — to capture "a forensic account of the most devastating year in a presidency like no other."



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On Wednesday, Washington Post reporters Philip Rucker and Carol Leonig unveiled the title of their new book covering the former presidency of Donald Trump, titled "I Alone Can Fix It: Donald J. Trump's Catastrophic Final Year."

The announcement of the new book title, which is a reference to Trump's infamous quote at the 2016 Republican National Convention, was well-received by commenters on social media, who were quick to celebrate the upcoming takedown of the former president. Many people responded by mocking Trump, and expressing their relief that he was finally out of office.

  • "Their sources were in the room as time and time again Trump put his personal gain ahead of the good of the country," Penguin Press says.
  • "These witnesses to history tell the story of him longing to deploy the military to the streets of American cities to crush the protest movement in the wake of the killing of George Floyd, all to bolster his image of strength ahead of the election. ... This is a story of a nation sabotaged — economically, medically, and politically."
 
 

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Schaffner said it is critical for more people in the South to get vaccinated, but he is not optimistic the needle will move far because of a lack of leadership.

“I would like the business community to step up,” he said. “And where are the religious leaders? Why aren’t they preaching the gospel that being kind to others, do unto others, the way you express that during a COVID pandemic is by being vaccinated?”

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Wow.....one of your NAZIs hitting a woman...soooo Brave...so Tuff!!

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nefarious101 » Yesterday, 6:41 am » wrote: You now call those press conferences "Prayer Hour" don't you.  Think you all can still drive that progressive communist klown car with after the wheels fell off?

Keep up the good work....your ability to combine "stupid ****" and "massive failure" makes the other side look great.

I love watching Jan ******* your 3rd rate republiKlan reporters with the FACTS....Funnier than hell

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""They were mostly old folks well past child-bearing years""


typical republiKlan, so Hitleresque....sacrifice the people over 50..."F em....they're Unproductive...don't hurt my chances for re-election"




New book offers fresh details about chaos, conflicts inside Trump's pandemic response

"Nightmare Scenario: Inside the Trump Administration's Response to the Pandemic That Changed History,"

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GOP-led probe finds no evidence of Michigan election fraud -- and busts Trump allies for 'purposefully defrauding people' with 'ludicrous' claimsA Donald Trump-loving attorney was singled out in a scathing Republican-led investigation that turned up no evidence of widespread fraud in Michigan's presidential election.

 A 35-page report issued by Senate Oversight Committee spends much time debunking conspiracy theories pushed by pro-Trump attorneys Matt DePerno and Patrick Colbeck and recommends the state's attorney general investigate individuals who made false or misleading claims about Michigan's election to raise money for themselves, reported Bridge Michigan.

 "There is no evidence presented at this time to prove either significant acts of fraud or that an organized, wide-scale effort to commit fraudulent activity was perpetrated in order to subvert the will of Michigan voters," wrote state Sen. Ed McBroom (R-Vulcan), who led the probe.

"The claims have become so ludicrous when compared to the actual facts," McBroom told Bridge Michigan, "and yet people persist, such as Mr. DePerno."While the committee did not specify which individuals should be investigated by Democratic attorney general Dana Nessel, the report states that investigators "closely followed Mr. DePerno's efforts and can confidently conclude they are demonstrably false and based on misleading information and illogical conclusions," and McBroom said pro-Trump conspiracists were "purposely defrauding people."

 DePerno, who has been promoted as an election expert by MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, has raised more than $321,000 for an "election fraud defense fund," and Colbeck, a former GOP state senator from Canton Township, said he's raised more than $21,000 for his own defense after Dominion Voting Systems threatened to sue him over his election fraud claims.

 The report, which is the result of an investigation that began Nov. 7, comes as DePerno, Colbeck and other Trump allies push for a "forensic audit" of Michigan's election, but McBroom said there's "no point" because his own examination found no irregularities or "nefarious" actions.

 "Our clear finding is that citizens should be confident the results represent the true results of the ballots cast by the people of Michigan," McBroom concluded. "The committee strongly recommends citizens use a critical eye and ear toward those who have pushed demonstrably false theories for their own personal gain."
 

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Gym Jordan makes my skin crawl....another worthless republiKlan, I hate that MF

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Imagine if a member of ISIS was saying this in the US?.. That person would be in prison permanently. These people are terrorists and traitors to the United States...those "Real Americans" as Foxaganda calls their GULLIBLE Idiots

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The four-year military veteran, who recently encouraged his followers to move to Maine to start a white ethnostate, said his comments were showing a hypothetical scenario where 25 shooters could bring the U.S. “to its knees.”The ex-Marine who is attempting to lead a mass migration of neo-Nazis to Maine to create a white ethnostate, a project he described in peaceful terms, once told followers how to target and shoot truckers in sniper operations.

 The streamed video, obtained by VICE News through an antifascist researcher, shows Chris Pohlhaus, 34, a four-year veteran of the Marine Corps, sitting behind a Confederate flag describing in detail how his followers could undertake the operation that could theoretically and easily disrupt the United States’ supply chain

06.14.21“It’s easy to stop trucks. You don’t need anybody; you barely need anyone. Twenty-five dudes,” Pohlhaus said in the video from August 2020. “Twenty-five dudes trained with a (rifle).”“Each one of those guys shoots and moves and hides, shoots two truckers a day. That’s 50 truckers (shot) every day.”Pohlhaus commands a Telegram channel of thousands of followers. He often presses people to arm themselves and adheres to the violent political ideology of accelerationism, which preaches terrorism to hasten the collapse of world governments and is widely adopted by a hardcore stratum of the far-right that believes in a fantasy race war. Pohlhaus denied telling followers to shoot truckers and said the full context of the video was discussing historical hypotheticals involving whether epic figures like Genghis Khan or Alexander the Great could conquer the modern world. He said the trucker analogy was meant to show that it’s easy to attack a society he considers on the brink of demise. 

 “The illustration was meant to show the fragility of the system currently because only 2 percent of people actually produce food and the supply lines are entirely too long and overly complicated,” he said in a text exchange with VICE News. “This system is incredibly fragile, and what I did was show a way 25 men could bring it completely to its knees. And I am right, as always. They could. 

 “It is only a matter of time before something happens and this fragile little world falls apart. You need to come to terms with this reality and prepare for the absolute hell that is coming for us.”In recent months, Pohlhaus coordinated a national counterprotest on the anniversary of George Floyd’s murder and has been calling for followers to move to Maine, an overwhelmingly white state with favorable gun laws, to arm up and prepare for the “collapse” of society. (He told VICE News that his planned migration is simply him “trying to build a community of family men.”) 

 While hyper-violent neo-Nazi terrorist groups like The Base and Atomwaffen Division have always believed in accelerationism as a founding doctrine, in recent years the ideology has bled further into the mainstream among neo-Nazis like Pohlhaus, who operate openly. It also is yet another example of a military veteran, with soldiering tradecraft and years of training from the U.S. military, sharing their knowledge with like-minded individuals online. The mob attack on Capitol Hill in January, for example, consisted of many veterans and active-duty soldiers.Pohlhaus’ streamed video, which had hundreds of viewers, comes as accelerationism has progressed beyond the hundred or so hardcore domestic terrorists who were known to the FBI only years ago into a wider audience. That development and the events of January 6 are part of why the Biden administration has put together a new National Strategy for Countering Domestic Terrorism, as the threat of far-right terror migrates into wider right-wing circles.
Do you have information about extremist groups? We would love to hear from you. You can reach Ben Makuch by contacting 267-713-9832 on Signal or @ben.makuch on the Wire app.
In the report, which promises hundreds of millions in new funds for law enforcement agencies to take on domestic terrorists, the Biden administration singles out white supremacists as the top concern for law enforcement in the country.

 “Black church members slaughtered during their Bible study in Charleston. A synagogue in Pittsburgh targeted for supporting immigrants. A gunman spraying bullets at an El Paso Walmart to target Latinos,” Biden said in a written message that precedes the report. “We cannot ignore this threat or wish it away. Preventing domestic terrorism and reducing the factors that fuel it demand a multifaceted response across the federal government and beyond.”
 
 


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Comrade neue regel...what's Putin saying about this book?


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Amazon is switching over to Elec Vehicles...try to keep up


and Bezos doesn't pay his employees ****