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Antenna 1 point ago

^THIS happened to me. I used to write for local paper until I got hate mail (actual letter) from a Trump hater. I shared it with liberal friends and everyone of them said, "It's his fault. That's what Trump has done to America."

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Antenna 5 points ago

Reminds of how triggered fat women get when you ask them "When are you due?"

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Antenna 11 points ago

This was me exactly. It was truly as though millions of us got to be the proverbial "fly on the wall". We were right in the room with the movers & shakers of Hilldebeast's campaign. Living in their insane, fast lane world where you spend 14 hours a day trying to (literally) pick the right spin, the actual words she would say, all for power.

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Antenna 2 points ago

How come The D.win never shows how many subscribers or how many people online now??

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Antenna 9 points ago

If professional sports dies it would be a good thing. Get rid of porn too. We need every man's energy to fight the Globalist Cabal and save the Republic.

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Antenna 1 point ago

I got so excited when I read your title! I read it as: NFL is dead. NBA is dead... BLM is next.

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Antenna 6 points ago

Dead Lives Matter to Democrats - that's their voters.

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Antenna 2 points ago

Have ANY of these "hate crimes" ever been real?

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Antenna 2 points ago

This is it. This is the TRUTH about the "pandemic". The "race war". THEY HAVE TO STOP OUR PRESIDENT.

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Antenna 5 points ago

This is true! I started flying my flag every day about 6 months ago. On Memorial Day I noticed my uber-liberal neighbor across the street had his up as he always does for single patriotic days, but in 20 years I've never known him to not take it down the next day. BUT - to my amazement - he still hasn't taken it down! It makes me so happy!

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Antenna 5 points ago

I've noticed the flag thing in my tiny town. But it's definitely more like: Not all Republicans fly an American flag at home, but all homes with a flag are definitely Trump supporters.

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Antenna 1 point ago

Excerpts:

people of color do not have to follow the new rule if they have “heightened concerns about racial profiling and harassment"

“For many black people, deciding whether or not to wear a bandanna in public to protect themselves and others from contracting coronavirus is a lose-lose situation that can result in life-threatening consequences either way,”

face coverings are “basically telling people to look dangerous given racial stereotypes that are out there.”

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