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sootedupCyndi » Today, 6:36 am » wrote: Morning Buffalo. I believe they really think THAT.  All thru this entire last year.. it seemed like they didn't see anything wrong with the burning and looting.. But when it came to the capital. They were so SHOCKED and outraged. bunch of fake hypocrits
Morning, sweetheart!!!  :wub: :wave:   
We must remember the propaganda...er...news that the Capitol protest against election fraud was really a violent insurrection, while the year's long (and still continuing) rioting, looting and burning is just peaceful protests.  :shock:    
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Media Relieved To Be Covering The Good Kind Of Riots Again


April 12th, 2021 - BabylonBee.com


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U.S.—Media organizations across the country announced today they are relieved to be covering the good kind of riots again, now that people are looting Targets for justice again instead of protesting their government.

"It was pretty rough there for a while," said Rachel Maddow. "We had to cover the dark days of the violent insurrection. But now that people are stealing Nikes to protest racial injustice, we can return to feel-good reporting about the good riots that are happening."

"It's just the Spring of Love around here!" she added happily.

Many journalists are calling this the shot of positivity the nation really needed in the aftermath of the worst days in our country's history following the riot at the Capitol. Finally, they say, the nation has remembered what protests are for: stealing stuff and burning things down before any facts have come in.

"I was pretty depressed having to cover the worst riots our nation has ever seen," said Brian Stelter as he wiped tears from his eyes on his Sunday program. "We can finally get back to what the people want: puff pieces minimizing the violence and destruction wrought by protests that we agree with."

"But don't worry -- we will continue to watch Fox News and yell at it, just for you."


While I do feel bad for the business owners I actually enjoy watching blm *** and antifa *** destroy the only neighborhoods that will tolerate them. Where I live in Texas these idiots wouldn’t last a night. Many would be shot (NOT by police) and those who weren’t arrested.
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sootedupCyndi » Today, 7:10 am » wrote: Hadn't heard that one Zeets, I heard the those few states were going to declare a state of emergency. I hope they DO.
Business owners getting looted and burned need to start shooting the animal bastards!!! That is what would happen in my neck of the woods. 
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Phoenix68.2.0 » 12 Apr 2021, 10:20 pm » wrote: Who, in their right-mid, would want to be Black....and, have their hands cuffed behind themself....so a cop can do whatever he/she FEELS like doing to you??
Hey, ***, when a White breaks the law and gets caught the cops cuffs his hands behind him, also!!!   

Maybe *** should stop committing violent crimes at a disproportionate rate relative to their percentage of the population.  And when caught, they should not resist being arrested or try to flee.  

Then again, the lapdog, enemy of the people, lying, leftist, corporate controlled media could stop with their propaganda and lies that *** are intentionally targeted by cops. That is ****!!!  

But, I am sure you will continue to appease and suck *** *** and blame Whitey.

**** you!!! :wave:  

 
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"Most killings by police occur for reasons unrelated to race.

Most people killed by police in America are white -- not African-Americans. For example, Daniel Shaver was white. He was shot and killed while sobbing and pleading for his life, trying to comply with confusing orders from the police. The cop who killed him was terminated, but later reinstated just long enough to qualify for a taxpayer-provided pension.

Most people killed by the police have a weapon and pose a threat to the police or innocent third parties. The number of unarmed people killed by the police is much smaller. In 2019, 15 unarmed black people were shot and killed by on-duty police officers, compared with 25 whites. Victims remain mostly white if you expand the tally to include off-duty police officers and deaths from causes other than gun shots. Mapping Police Violence recently counted 28 unarmed blacks and 51 unarmed whites who died at the hands of police in 2019."

https://www.cnsnews.com/commentary/hans ... hese-stats
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Perhaps, withheld until the "big guy" gets his 10% and crackhead junior gets his 10%...
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Biden Administration Withhold $150 Million of Ukraine Aid Until Ukraine Government Reform – Exact Process Democrats Impeached Trump ForApril 12, 2021 | Sundance | 142 CommentsImage

Yes, as you read the following report from OANN, you would not be mistaken to identify the JoeBama administration is now doing exactly the same thing President Trump was accused of, wrongfully, which led to the a ridiculous impeachment effort.Meanwhile Russian President Vladimir Putin is laughing hysterically….

OANN – Joe Biden is withholding military aid from Ukraine that had already been approved by Congress in the face of Russian military maneuvers at its borders.

Biden will reportedly provide only $125 million to Ukraine this year, although Congress has already approved a $275 million package. White House officials said $150 million of that aid will be withheld until Ukraine conducts the reforms that Biden is asking for. (read more)

Russia will likely take military action against Ukraine.  NATO will once again clucth their proverbial pearls, and, quite frankly, no-one will care. 


Biden’s woke foreign policy is Obama’s intentionally weak foreign policy.  The Obama people behind JoeBama will find a way to engage in some kind of war or military action as another purposeful distraction from the domestic agenda they are carrying out.
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Vegasgiants » 11 Apr 2021, 6:56 pm » wrote: Please name one time he said everyone should fly commercial 

One time
Lurch is a legend in his own mind.  A real gold digger who married into money.  He is a real hypocrite!!!
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https://twitter.com/i/status/1116094108563582983
Fast-forward 12 years and his apocalyptic prediction of a parched Arctic never materialized.

Instead, the Arctic ice sheet “experienced record 60-percent growth” in the summer of 2013 from the previous year, Forbes pointed out in an article slamming climate alarmists, who have been consistently wrong in their environmental predictions.
This as the hypocrite lurch is:

As John Kerry Jets Across Globe on Climate Tour, His Family Flies Private Jet to Vacation in Idaho
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DennisTheMenace » 10 Apr 2021, 8:26 am » wrote: As a career Sailor...I've had lot's and lot's and lot's of girls around the world.  I've only married two. 
Well, I'll take the blame for ending my first marriage, I was young and wanted to play, the second wife I found out was **** a "friend" of mine, the third wife was an alcoholic and left me for her counselor.  Finally the love of my life after 10 years of bliss died from cancer at 54. We had bought 100 acres and built a house on it, all paid for, and were planning our retirement.  That was 11 years ago. I will be 68 next month.
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sootedupCyndi » 10 Apr 2021, 8:03 am » wrote: So just putting this out there. Do you believe if a girl is legally underage. Lets use 17 and she is messing with a 20 year old guy? he ought to be punished.
NO!!!  My second wife was 18 and I was 25 when we got married... :o  
 
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For those of you , like me, that are not watching this **** attempt to lynch a cop for doing his job to try to pacify a bunch of goddamn blm *** and antifa ***, here is Ann Coulter's review and why the lapdog media wnr back to covering the chinese communist party flu plandemic.


Apparently, no one is watching the trial of Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer on trial for the murder of George Floyd. Otherwise, the media couldn’t get away with their spectacular lying to the public about how the prosecution is killing it.


It’s quite the opposite. In fact, in less than a week, the prosecution’s theory of the crime has subtly shifted from MURDER! to “failed to provide what we would say, in retrospect, would be a full and complete duty of care during the one- to three-minute interval between Floyd’s resisting the police to his dying, as a hostile crowd screamed obscenities at the police officers.”


The defense hasn’t even begun to make its case, but the prosecution’s witnesses keep helping Chauvin. (The only exception to the wild media lying is Headline News, where the lawyer commentators go the extra mile by watching the trial.)


Week One was chock-a-block with weeping bystanders wailing about how they felt watching Chauvin restrain Floyd. This would be tremendous evidence if the charge against Officer Chauvin were “first-degree upsetting bystanders.” But that’s not the charge. That’s not even a crime.


One especially distraught witness, Charles McMillian, an elderly black man, testified to seeing “foam” coming out of Floyd’s mouth.


QUIZ: Is foam coming out of the mouth a sign of:


a) a head wound?


b) strangulation?


c) a drug overdose?


ANSWER: c) a drug overdose.


Apart from that crucial fact, McMillian’s evidence only pertained to “first-degree upsetting bystanders.” Which, again, is not a crime.


My favorite witness — and the media’s favorite, too! — was Genevieve Hansen, Feminist Hero. She appeared in court in her firefighter dress uniform and a belligerent mood — though not as belligerent as the day Floyd died, when she showed up in sweats and began shrieking at the officers.


The headlines are along the lines of “Firefighter: I Could Have Saved Floyd’s Life, But Police Wouldn’t Let Me.”


Yes, apparently, Genevieve would have invented a time machine, gone back, and stopped Floyd from ingesting three times the lethal dose of fentanyl. I take it back: Chubby girls make the best firefighters! (Don’t get snippy with me: It’s beyond outrageous that fire departments have abandoned all physical fitness requirements solely in order to hire more women.)


According to Genevieve, the police on the scene unaccountably refused to step aside and take direction from her, despite her full ONE YEAR of experience as a firefighter.


Genevieve was totally on top of the situation. In her statement to investigators shortly after the event, she described Floyd as a “small, slim man.” Floyd was at least 6-foot-4 and weighed 230 pounds. The largest police officer on the scene was Chauvin, coming in at 5-foot-9 and 140 pounds. Genevieve missed nothing!


Even in the calm setting of a courtroom, with no agitated bystanders yelling at her, here are the things Genevieve says she would have done to save Floyd’s life!


In order:


“I would have requested additional help.”

“I would have wanted someone to call 911.”

“I would have asked someone to run to the gas station and look for an AED [a defibrillator].”


Why didn’t the officers think to call for medical backup??? Oh yeah, they already had. Twice. Starting about 10 minutes before Genevieve even showed up.


“I would have checked his airway.”

“I would have been worried about a spinal cord injury.”


As we know from the autopsy, there was no problem with Floyd’s airway or spinal cord. (But, as long as you bring it up, his body did contain three times the lethal dose of fentanyl.)


“I would have checked for a pulse.”


Eureka! Why didn’t — oh wait, the officers had done this, repeatedly, as several bystander witnesses had already confirmed.


By now, Floyd was dead. That’s when she would have started chest compressions.


So Genevieve, the state’s star witness on what the cops did wrong, testified that she would have done pretty much everything the officers did. But she would have been a lot bossier about it.


As much as Genevieve’s one year with the fire department made her an expert on when a police officer should begin chest compressions, the Minneapolis Police Department’s own experts directly contradicted her this week. These were, again, prosecution witnesses.


On Tuesday, Lt. Johnny Mercil, the MDP’s use-of-force trainer, and Officer Nicole Mackenzie, the MPD’s medical support coordinator, testified that it would be appropriate not to provide care to a suspect who had just been fighting with officers, or in the presence of a hostile crowd.



Chauvin had both those circumstances.


Trying to do damage control, the prosecutor asked Officer Mackenzie to define a “hostile” crowd. She said, “a growing contingent of people around, if they’re yelling, being even verbally abusive to those trying to provide scene security.”


Hey — remember those weeping bystanders last week? Their own testimony confirmed that they were “yelling and even being verbally abusive to those trying to provide scene security.”


Donald Williams, for example, the bouncer and MMA hobbyist, admitted to continuously berating the officers — all of which is on tape — calling Chauvin a “**** bum,” “*******” and “a **** ****** *** *******.” In one of the tapes, Williams threatens Officer Tou Thao, saying, “I swear I’ll slap the **** out of both of you!”


And of course, there was the lovely Genevieve screeching, “I have your name tag, *******!”


Now you know why prime-time cable suddenly went back to covering COVID vaccination schedules this week.


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The U.S. Is BACK ON THE WORLD STAGE!!!!

:rofl:   :rofl:   :rofl:   :loco:  .
Yep, the tragic comedy world stage!!!

Anybody that doesn't realize braindead is a demented idiot is an idiot!!!
 
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Buffalo » 07 Apr 2021, 6:08 am » wrote: And their money!!!  The Founding Fathers hated corporations and severely limited their scope and tenure.  Corporate charters specified their capitalization limitations, limited their lifespan, and dictated the boundaries of their operations and functions.  

“The end of democracy and the defeat of the American revolution will occur when government falls into the hands of the lending institutions and moneyed corporations.” Thomas Jefferson speaking on the first attempt to establish a central bank in America
I have posted this before but it is certainly relevant to this thread.

Because of the 2010 SCOTUS ruling in Citizens United there is now only 1 political party in the US.  That is the corporate party. The democrats are merely its left arm and repubs are merely its right arm.  Just different sides of the same coin. The left and right wings of the same chicken. 

Most politicians, especially the self-serving greedy liars, on both sides of the aisle, that occupy DC, are bought and paid for by a very few giant corporations and their Wall Street banksters.  Continuous wars are fought to enrich the military industrial corporations and their Wall Street banksters, most legislation is passed for the benefit of big corporations, big oil subsidies, phony green energy subsidies, big agriculture, big pharma corporations... 

As nothing but a career politician, braindead is no different.

Don't think for one minute that big corporations and their money don't control every aspect of government and the "politicians".  They use their lapdog media to keep the sheople divided and distracted, be it war, phony climate change, racism, illegal immigration, gun control,. and now plandemics.

Trump, on the other hand, was "despised" by those big corporations because he did not play by their rules, so they used their lapdog media to **** the sheople with propaganda and endless lies against him.
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Jantje_Smit » 06 Apr 2021, 10:23 am » wrote: The liberal snowflakes hated that ruling when it came to campaign funding, but now they say that corporations should become involved in woke politics...

To paraphrase Bill... It's the hypocrisy, stupid!

(and just for the record, I think corporations should be kept out of politics.. period)

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And their money!!!  The Founding Fathers hated corporations and severely limited their scope and tenure.  Corporate charters specified their capitalization limitations, limited their lifespan, and dictated the boundaries of their operations and functions.  

“The end of democracy and the defeat of the American revolution will occur when government falls into the hands of the lending institutions and moneyed corporations.” Thomas Jefferson speaking on the first attempt to establish a central bank in America
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**** Annoyed Liberal...all liberal are annoyed AND annoying!!!

I cannot find where Chauvin's case was presented to a Hennepin County Grand Jury.  If it wasn't, then his Fifth Amendment right was violated.  Grand Juries are only by passed when a defendent pleads guilty to a capital offense.
Fifth Amendment  "No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury, except in cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the Militia, when in actual service in time of War or public danger; nor shall any person be subject for the same offence to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb; nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation."


Chauvin's lawyer is an idiot. He should fire him.

If a mistrial is declared (which should be) or Chauvin is found not guilty, what happens to the $27,000.000?
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Vegasgiants » 07 Apr 2021, 8:43 am » wrote: The guy that killed Babbitt should get a medal
For what? Shooting and killing an innocent, unarmed patriot, while you defend a goddamn drug over dosed, career criminal *** that had a heart attack while resisting arrest?  Your priorities are **** up!!!

You know, as the goddamn ****, moonbatty, useless idiot you are, you and those of your ilk are why this country is going to a communist hell.
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Vegasgiants » 06 Apr 2021, 1:43 pm » wrote: Colorado has regularly been hailed as a beacon of voting laws. Not only does it routinely rank among the states with the highest turnout — it was nearly 87 percent of registered voters (and 75.5 percent of eligible voters) in 2020 — but it also has one of the safest systems in the country, if not the safest. Turnout depends on a lot of things, including voter interest, but it’s difficult to argue that a state that ranked No. 2 in turnout in 2020, even as many other states expanded their mail-in voting, is somehow comparable to a state with significantly lower turnout that is adding restrictions.
What the **** does voter turn out have to do with baseball?  Why is Colorado more acceptable than Georgia?

Is the MLB so woke that they took the All Star game from one of the largest minority communities in America and gave it to a rich white community in a less diverse state?  HYPOCRITES!!!
 
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Buttigieg’s Phony Green Posturing Exposed

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg’s recent bike buy was a hypocritical farce, but not as phony as this:
Buttigieg seemingly “biked” to a high-profile cabinet meeting [last Thursday] as an eagle-eyed reporter caught the former presidential candidate exiting his SUV just blocks from the White House.
Watch and laugh:
 

Not even Buttigieg’s bicycle antics are as phony as looting the country for $trillions to be laundered through green energy boondoggles, then calling it “infrastructure.” Phonier still is anyone with an IQ above 60 who claims to believe that the weather is a problem and that people like Biden and Buttigieg can fix it with wasteful spending and virtue signaling.
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