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  1. 3 points
    A mask is a symbol of control and tyranny. It is a mental and physical reminder that they have something over you. Fear the virus because... That's the mantra. I am a cop, I go and see random people all day. I am not dying from this virus. It's pretty much over with. It ran its course like the other bio weapons China unleashed on us. Now onto the next one in a few months or a year. That's why they keep saying the next one is coming in November.
  2. 3 points
    Well that's great. You have a problem with using troops on citizens, and I have a problem with innocent people losing businesses, and getting hurt/maimed/killed. Which is the lesser of two evils in this? Allowing a segment of our population around the nation to burn things to the ground because according to the Mayor they are ENTITLED to, or putting a stop to it and letting the justice system do its damn job. These people violated the civil rights of that man with their blatant disregard for his safety while they had him in custody. That is a Federal Violation and they will be charged. PERIOD. This is exactly what should happen at the Federal Level. Just like stepping in and stopping looting when the Damn MAYOR is CHEERLEADING it. Saying we are giving you masks? Practice social distancing? Really? The people have a RIGHT to protest, they do not have a right to burn people's property and steal .
  3. 3 points
    There is more to this, it's about the death toll not money. Demoncrats wanted that number as high as possible to hang it around Trump's neck line an albatross. Therefore they shipped Wuhan flu patients INTO vulnerable group homes to create clusters of death. She obviously did this in major cities but didn't have the ability to do it in the sticks because there wasn't enough patients, thus the goal of shipping from Detroit to the North. This is calculated for a few reasons. Most older people voted Trump, and they cut the overall cost of medicare so they can push more illegals onto it. This is everything the dirty animals are for. People need to wake up. We KNEW the weakest and most at risk are the elderly with complications, the kinds of complications you WILL find in a nursing home.
  4. 3 points
    "Voters are nervous about returning to normal too quickly..." While I have no evidence beyond the anecdotal, I'm going to guess the above statement is a fabrication.
  5. 3 points
    I remember when it was the opposite. When Reagan was in office, Republicans were blue. To me its meaningless. Just another form of identity politics, which is of course a suckers game.
  6. 3 points
    Sessions looked like a gem at first, but turned out to be another gutless establishment turd protecting the status quo corruption . The people of Alabama know better and he won't get his senate seat back. I
  7. 3 points
    Trump has never cared about the rule law, so why cry about it now? Because he wants Trump to love him again? Fat chance..
  8. 2 points
    To Save Time, The Babylon Bee Will Now Just Republish Everything Biden Says Verbatim May 25th, 2020 Babylon Bee <More Here> The Bible tells us to work smarter, not harder. Or, better yet, don't work at all if you can help it. You can look it up. It's in the Proverbs somewhere. That's why we're announcing today that we will simply be republishing everything Joe Biden says word for word rather than spending a lot of time and effort writing satire. We at The Babylon Bee realized we were spending all this time trying to satirize Joe Biden when, frankly, he just can't be satirized. He's doing all the hard work for us with statements like "You ain't black!" and, of gun violence, that "150 million people have been killed since 2007." Every day is a real grind when we arrive at the sprawling Babylon Bee headquarters, settle in on our throne of Chick-fil-A sandwiches, and boot up the ol' PC to check what Biden said over the past 24 hours. We're tired of trying to out-parody things like "I got hairy legs that turn blonde in the sun and the kids used to reach in the pool and rub my leg down and watch the hair come back up again" and "Corn Pop was a bad dude." Like, what do you do with that? Seriously. Go ahead. Try to satirize it. Anything you do just doesn't have that perfect mix of absurdity and reality that makes satire work so effective at communicating truth. So we're throwing in the towel. We'd also like to take this opportunity to thank Joe Biden for being such a great satirical performance artist. You're the real hero, Joe. The people really need comedy in a time like this, and you're doing a great job. Keep it up! Finally, laugh at these hilarious Babylon Bee headlines from our new best satirist, Joe Biden: (snip) <More Here>
  9. 2 points
    Even then, I question the 100,000 as it seems every patient's medical folder is slapped with a "Covid-19" sticker these days.
  10. 2 points
    The biggest threat to a socialist is full employment.
  11. 2 points
    So you too, like LB, think that a statement that "I won't have time to play golf" qualifies as shameless lying or hypocrisy? Really? That's one of the best things you can come up with? A quip about GOLF? Wow. Just wow. I expected more, gotta confess. And the for and against Iraq/Libya invasion statements. How may years apart? Said in what context? Said while having what information? Okay, they could be short-sighted or flip-flop comments but again, where's the sanctimonious lying and/or hypocrisy? Explain. And the quote about "The electoral college is a disaster for a democracy". What was the context? What had happened? Did he mean it very broadly like you suggest? How long ago did he make that comment? Has he acted like that comment while president? Are people - even presidents - allowed to change their opinions, lest they become hypocrites? And the quote about "Are you allowed to impeach a president for gross incompetence?" What was the context? Are you implying that Trump is grossly incompetent? My advice to you: don't vote for Trump. It'll drive you to drink.
  12. 2 points
    I'd be pissed also if someone violated distancing rules and came too close to me, but I'd never spit at anyone. That's just sick.
  13. 2 points
  14. 2 points
    Shut up, Spaulding. You’ll get nothing- and like it.
  15. 2 points
    This is what happens when you have politicians encouraging this behavior and turning it from a crime into a 'method of communication'. Plus, where are the police enforcing all that social distancing, because last time I looked, riots don't happen in an orderly six foot per person pattern.
  16. 2 points
    It's just mob mentality. I am convinced that most people go out because they simply want to express their grief or their displeasure. However, there is a small subset who are looking to do damage and potentially some looting. As the emotions run higher and as confrontations occur with LEOs, who are already perceived as enemies, people kind of link into the Borg. Yes! Why shouldn't we set fire to that car? The store is already broken into, why shouldn't I grab something for me? And then it snowballs. The phenomenon is not racial. I saw it happen in France with the Yellow Vests, and that was one pretty pale group of people.
  17. 2 points
    It's my understanding that fact-checking is a brand new thing for Twitter because they didn't want anybody (from the left or right) spreading false info about Covid19. And I think you're absolutely right about what this would cost Twitter. He is far and away their most popular user, and somebody above referred to him as a cash cow, which he is. But it's because of this that I've been speaking on Twitter's behalf as a private business. I don't think "fact checking" is something they'd jump into lightly. I disagree with the President's idea that they're out to screw him. It's in Twitter's interest to be as apolitical as possible, and while the CEO may have his own political leanings, he still has to answer to a board. Losing billions of dollars by losing their best client would not be in his best interest. I believe they made this decision based on a preponderance of evidence suggesting that the President's opinion is wrong based on a new standard they have for accuracy. I know, that's a dangerous thing to say around here. They have let him get away with more than they would allow the typical user because of his position and his popularity. From what I gather, most users would probably get banned for accusing someone of murder. They haven't banned him or even censored him, they've simply added a little disclaimer. If they let other users get away with something similar, then I'll start to believe they're pushing some kind of agenda.
  18. 2 points
    And I totally agree. "Fact checking" can inadvertently become control over the message. However, they're basing their decision to put a disclaimer on the President's Tweets on investigations conducted by entities they consider to be trustworthy. Are they out of line here? The President has a massive audience, he puts out information that runs counter to the facts they have. Twitter feels, based on a preponderance of evidence provided by what they see as legitimate news sources, that the President's tweets need a disclaimer, lest the public receive information that is false and therefore detrimental to democracy. Every online forum/social media outlet has standards. Last time somebody tried it without standards was 8chan, and it didn't turn out well. The President isn't meeting Twitter's (a private company) standard, so they feel a responsibility to clarify what they see is the truth. The president, in turn, is threatening to shut them down somehow. Who's being unreasonable here?
  19. 2 points
    Not that simple. As long as they aren't shaping or creating content they're immune (Like Facebook). But when they start "managing" content they become a publisher. "Fact Checking" is management. And when the "fact checker" has a past a biased as the guy who claims to be the Twitter fact checker it raises a few eyebrows at least. . .
  20. 2 points
  21. 2 points
    Amazing what a wonderful scam the rich really have going on isn't it? Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton haven't drawn a salary in decades.
  22. 2 points
    No -- your posting "style" says it all. You cannot be taken seriously. You're a perpetual victim.
  23. 2 points
    Amen. That skinny pantywaist pos killed him, and slowly...smugly. Murder. At the least wrongful death suit against him and the department. There aren’t many times I’m so sure and disgusted towards the police, but this time is one of them.
  24. 2 points
    There is some new video of the incident and from what I saw the Police Officers should NOT have been fired..They should have been ARRESTED..The Fing Cop had his knee pressed right into the guys carotid artery..If they can do it to this guy they can do it to you...He looked dead to me before they put him on a gurney to take him to ER where he was pronounced dead..There is no scenario in which this is excusable cuz it sure as hell looked like a killing to me... Kestrel...
  25. 2 points
    You're the one who characterized Trump's tweet as "fake news". Perhaps you should choose your words more carefully if you don't want to own up to them.
  26. 2 points
  27. 2 points
    I notice that our resident Kartoon Karacter, Antoon, flew right past this post so that he could take exception to the word "nothingburger." But then, I didn't expect anything else. He actually believes that because Comey didn't refer charges on HRC that she didn't commit any crimes. This is the same Comey whose FBI sent known false and foreign information to the FISA court in warrant applications and who set a perjury trap on Flynn because Flynn had dared to oppose The One and then had the audacity to come back into government and work for Orange Man Bad.
  28. 2 points
    It’s her usual schtick. Title of Queen of Obtunesia is well earned.
  29. 2 points
    Yes, Scarborough is a flaming leftist, as well as a shameless liar and hypocrite and everything else that distinguishes leftists from honest, intelligent, moral, objective people. And the same goes for his idiot squeeze, Mika the mindless minion. And I AM a regular watcher.
  30. 2 points
    When I was in school the Republicans were blue and the democrats were red. I remember during the cold war there was a thing that people were saying that the color red matched the democrat party due to the communistic leanings of the democrats. Then all of a sudden the media changed it around so that the democrats would not be associated with Russia and communism. I don't remember the year but I do remember questioning as to why the media had it backwards all of a sudden.
  31. 2 points
    You do realize that there is information in a police report that may be received by people that have classified access. Some details are not released to the public about ALL cases involving death. Those are things only a killer would know and those spontaneous utterances stated or acknowledged at a time of interview are usually what trips up a good murderer. Dennis the Menace dredging up all sorts of dirt on Trump is not being cruel and vindictive? Its being a good reporter right? Funny how the bread only lands butter side down when Trump does it right?
  32. 2 points
    Will the left and media shills be outraged at this the way they seek to vilify President Trump for not wearing a mask when speaking with the American people?
  33. 2 points
    I swear, when I was in school, our Social Studies textbooks showed result maps of Presidential elections and Republican-won States were blue and Democrat-won States were red. I know after the 2000 election is when the terms "Red State" and "Blue State" began being used, but I'm not sure when the switch actually happened. I have little doubt that it was a conscious decision though.
  34. 2 points
    And had he been out in the real world doing this, been confronted by the police and things had escalated because he was off his meds and choosing not to comply because he just didn't want to, you can damned well be sure that it would have blown up all over the news. There would have been marches, riots and demands for the police to be put in prison had he been injured or worse. And it would have ALL been the fault of the system, and there would have been absolutely NO responsibility placed at the feet of the family and the perp. It's always the system's fault, the cops fault, and the family has people rallying around them pushing for lawsuits.
  35. 2 points
    Every single governor who has signed off on releasing criminals like this should be named in the wrongful death lawsuits that should follow immediately after the crime. This is beyond dereliction of duty, this is outright aiding and abetting and that requires punishment.
  36. 2 points
    He was bought and paid for by the one world order types. That's what happened to him. Now he's just another Chinese talking point stooge.
  37. 2 points
    No, madam, this is @ss-covering. Had the nursing home refused to admit him, some ambulance chaser would have sued them for racial discrimination.
  38. 2 points
    Her constituents take her seriously. They have returned her to office twelve times so her idiotic remarks have cost her few if any votes. Her best known legislative proposal was to create a federal commission to study the feasibility of paying black people reparations for slavery. According to a YouGov poll in 2014, 68% of Americans oppose reparations for slavery and only 15% favor it. The same poll reports that while only 6% of white Americans favor cash payments to black Americans as reparations for slavery, 59% of black Americans favor it. As Congressman Lee's district is 36% black and only 18% white, supporting reparations for slavery is more likely to win her votes than lose them. How does Biden stand on the issue? He supports the idea of creating a commission on it. "There is a study being suggested by a former Presidential candidate and a guy who is a friend of mine from New Jersey, saying we should study reparations and make a judgment whether or not they should be, and what they should do, and I support that study. Let's see where that takes us." Having been some days in reparations a splendid time is guaranteed for all...
  39. 2 points
    I would love to give Joe Scarborough a guitar lesson with my 10 pound Gibson Les Paul back behind the recording studio. I use to love to watch Pete Townshend, Ritchie Blackmore and Jimi Hendrix smash guitars.
  40. 2 points
    This reminds me of the annihilation of the California farmlands because the idiot leftards in Sacramento were SO worried about the effing smelt that they cut off the water to the Central Valley and bankrupted untold hundreds of families who had been there for more than a century growing produce that fed the nation. There is going to be a special place in Hell for the moronic politicians who have acted in their own best interests at the expense of others, either it is their livelihoods or their very lives being wasted for the hubris and ignorance displayed to insure that the politicos may maintain their power and avenues of graft.
  41. 2 points
    True... in fact, wasn't it San Fran Nan who was SO adamant about President Trump being a racist that she invited a whole bunch of people to join her on a field trip to Chinatown to prove that there was nothing to fear about mingling in close proximity to those of Chinese descent and those who were newly returned from China? While the folks living in Chinatown are no different than anyone else, if they import the same kinds of products that we have been told were being served in the wet markets in China that caused the outbreak, then how is it wrong to seek to stop that influx of product so that there isn't a new ground zero for infections here on US soil? And, while I know it's boring to ask the question, but if someone has been to a region where a highly infectious virus has been detected and they're wanting to come back to the US, why is it WRONG to seek a quarantine procedure to protect others from being infected should this person be infected? I mean, with what we THINK we know about COVID, wouldn't it have been prudent to be overly cautious at the front end? But, because it was President Trump who was seeking to mitigate and narrow the avenues of infection, the whole premise was RACIST.
  42. 2 points
  43. 2 points
    Well, they're not lying, it is "the only place you are likely to see it". Therein lies the problem: No confirmation. Innocent people having their cars towed by the mayor would be difficult to cover up.
  44. 2 points
    I love how Obama says his administration never had one scandal...Always gives me a good laugh
  45. 2 points
    Yes I am, regardless of the hero worship, Obama was a clown, he used the various intelligence services as a means to spy on people. He used various law enforcement agencies to put political enemies out of business. He was a racketeering thug, if there is any justice in this world he will be locked up. You act as if a plea deal means anything. I want to see someone like you trapped like a rat and see the kind of crap the law enforcement branch of our nation can pull when they have you over a barrel. Pleading guilty? You obviously have not read the information because you have your head buried up obama's keister.
  46. 2 points
    Wow, that's really rich coming from someone who thinks Obama walked on water.
  47. 2 points
  48. 2 points
    BWAH-HA-HA-HA-HA-HA-HA-HA! Whoever had "Gropey Joe whitesplains to young black man why he's not black enough" as Biden's next gaffe, please collect your winnings at the front desk.
  49. 2 points
  50. 2 points
    I didn't talk about Flynn because that would open a massive cam of worms and derail the thread. For the sake of argument let's accept your premise that Democrats will do illegal/unethical things to get rid of Trump. All of the arguments I listed in response to Monty apply, hence why I said "see above" rather than repeat them. My point is that it would hurt them at least as much as Trump, hurt their constituents, hurt their own electoral chances, and hurt their policy agenda (budget deficits). From a self-interested perspective, it would be stupid. And it would all be for an indirect, tangential end. There's no guarantee that economic damage from lock-down measures are going to hurt Trump electorally. Psychologically, it's a lot easier to blame other humans than to blame nature for situations like this because it gives us a greater sense of control. To blame China or Trump for the outbreak or blame Democrats for the economic damage. It's a psychologically comforting distraction from the realities of the virus and the unpredictability of nature. Which isn't to say there aren't very good reasons to criticize any of the human elements. But we shouldn't ignore nature. Wouldn't those same Dem voters who would "mindlessly fall" for Democratic politicians blaming Trump be voting Democratic already? How does it help Democrats to take actions that would only convert the already converted? Before you talk about anyone showing "blind support", you should do some self-reflection about your own blind hatred.
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