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CmonPeopleGetReal 13 points ago

the nostalgia, the feels...

These stacked posts on the front page are what got me onboard the Trump train back in early 2016. the Vlads were having such a party on T_D that i had to join in.

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FOOLISHPROPHETX 4 points ago

Those days were madness, you could actually un subscribe from T_D and your entire front page was still pepe's and Don's repeatedly at night lollll

FEELS GOOD TO HAVE OUR OWN PLACE THANK YOU MODS

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4WhomTheBellsTroll [S] 11 points ago

BEST PRESIDENT

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biorito 10 points ago

Look at that pin! We have the best pins, believe me! I know it, you know it.

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KarlHungus53 7 points ago

Amazing how many upvotes posts on this site get vs. reddit.

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Law_Sam 4 points ago

Brand new site with tiny fraction of users is about to surpass upvote counts on reddit. Loving the new site. Much thanks.

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usernameoptional 6 points ago

We overshot it

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Rookie_2 4 points ago

Fixed atm ?

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Buce-Nudo 4 points ago

I just wanted my first post to be in this 'the' thread.

MAGA!

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Wayside 3 points ago

La Revolucion

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John1 3 points ago

How long until we are getting more than the 6-7 k upvotes we are getting at t_d. I'd say by the end of the week. And then we will realize how badly we were being suppressed at t_d.

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no_brakes_mcarthur 2 points ago

MAKE

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garlotto 5 points ago

T_D

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4WhomTheBellsTroll [S] 5 points ago

GREAT

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fxrocker 2 points ago

it's a great day for the the first post! Maga!

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usernameoptional 2 points ago

Turing

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menardo3 2 points ago

Commenting here to be part of history

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fucktdwcommiemods 1 point ago

Fight for our President you GOD DAMN CUCKS!!!

https://www.eff.org/issues/bloggers/legal/liability/230

QUOTE: "However, you may still be held responsible for information you provide in commentary or through editing. For example, if you edit the statement, "Fred is not a criminal" to remove the word "not," a court might find that you have sufficiently contributed to the content to take it as your own. Likewise, if you link to an article, but provide a defamatory comment with the link, you may not qualify for the immunity."

This is what Reddit is doing. End of debate. PERIOD.

We can't sue Reddit because we have no damages to claim. We aren't paying for the service, and they are in no way liable to help us make money. The only way we get Reddit into the court system is by removing Section 230 protections from them making them a publisher, like a newspaper, or magazine. Think about this, a news paper that advertises to children, r/Teenagers, and also has a place for teenagers to post their own pictures nude r/legalteens, where it is up to Reddit to both stop children from uploading nudity, but also to stop children from viewing nudity. They can't and don't do either. Right now, section 230 keeps them out of liability from that in the same way Comcast is not liable for anybody downloading child porn, your phone company is not liable for the crimes you commit on their phone network. But, the thing is, Comcast does not stop you from up voting in the_Donald because you like Donald Trump, your internet provider can not legally stop you from accessing any content, if they do, they become a curator. CNN curates. CNN is a publisher. If you go on CNN. com you do not have the right to post on their site, you don't have the right to access information, they have full control. Because of that, CNN can not, and does not provide children with access to porn, or they would be held liable. Comcast provides children with access to porn, and is not liable because of section 230. It's even worse when you consider that u/spez is actively using 230 protections to interfere in our elections. Imagine if your internet provider cut off access to thedonald.win because they don't like Trump. You would be pissed, but the internet provider would also be curating what you, the customer can and can not see. Which is what Reddit is currently doing on the_Donald. This is far worse than "Russiah" buying some adds on myspace, and Spez has already admitted to his ability to do it. To fix this we need 1 of 3 things as far as I can figure.

FCC, Federal Communications Commission, removes section 230 protections from Reddit, and they get held liable for everything on their site. Imagine if CNN published content in the way of wanting to kill the president. Reddit does that every day, all over the site. The CEO of Reddit would be held liable for that content without 230 protections. The problem here is that FCC is not equipped to handle individual websites, because it is set up to deal with communications companies. But Reddit basically decided, I am not sure how they did this, that they are an ISP, when they are clearly not. At one point they may have been close, by allowing users to curate, and staff staying the hell away, something like what 4chan does. They no longer take this hands off approach. They actively took control of our sub Reddit, and shut it down the day of a debate, and a week before super Tuesday.

FEC, Federal Elections Comission, looks into election interference. This seems like a joke to some, BUT Reddit is the 19th most popular site in the world (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_most_popular_websites) and is the 3rd most popular social networking site in America. It has a huge reach... of cucks and communists, but still. By illegally using section 230 to do what spez said he could do, interfere in our election, he is clearly violating the law. If you think Russia buying some adds was bad... This is campaign contributions totaling Billions of dollars for the demoncrats buy simply having Bernie on the front page, and not allowing Trump on the front page. Millions of people go on Reddit everyday. They don't notice that Trump is no where to be found, and that means Reddit is advertising to millions of people for the demoncrats, and those people have no clue that they are seeing a Bernie add paid for by Reddit inc that Reddit and Bernie are not disclosing to the FEC.

Congress can start an investigation. We can give them the info, and they can hand that info to the FBI, and DEMAND that the FBI look into everything. That would be the feds taking the servers of Reddit, and checking on 1 and 2. If the Feds deems either 1 or 2 legitimate, the CEO at minimum goes to jail for a long time. We do not control congress right now. So this is not the best option. But in reality, the government is so cucked the fuck up, options 1 and 2 aren't looking that good either. Trump ran on draining the swamp, I'm not sure he got to draining either the FCC or FEC yet. Feel free to ask questions. Who to report election interference too-

https://www.fec.gov/legal-resources/enforcement/complaints-process/how-to-file-complaint-with-fec/

Who to report section 230 abuse too-

https://www.fcc.gov/consumers/guides/filing-informal-complaint

Twitter addys are: @FEC and @FCC

Report everything you think is important to-

https://www.contactingcongress.org

Extra info

Reddit hides behind this -

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Section_230_of_the_Communications_Decency_Act When they are really this -

https://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Publishing+Law

ONLY THE USERS OF THE_DONALD WILL REPORT THIS, NOBODY ELSE CARES THAT OUR SUB IS GONE. AND THE ONLY WAY WE WIN IS THROUGH MASS REPORTING. IF EVERY PEDE REPORTS TO THE FEC, FCC, OR CONGRESS, THEY WILL BE FORCED TO LOOK INTO WHAT ALL THESE REPORTS ARE COMING. IF YOU DO NOT THINK THIS MATTERS, REDDIT IS THE 19TH MOST POPULAR SITE IN THE WORLD https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_most_popular_websites AND THEY ARE DOING WHAT THEY SAID THEY WOULD, INTERFERING IN OUR ELECTION. IF WE DON'T STOP THEM, NO ONE WILL!!! GROW A PAIR PEDES, CALL YOUR CONGRESS PERSON, FILE A COMPLAINT, DO MORE THAN JUST SHIT POST THIS ELECTION. BE PROACTIVE.