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JeskaiMage 1 point ago

You know you can arrest people for being violent. That’s an actual crime. You know, like a crime with unwilling victims and societal harm. Not like staying home and being high.

If I want to smoke drugs in my house, that’s literally none of your business at all. It doesn’t matter what the drug is.

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JeskaiMage -3 points ago

Legalize it. Why waste tax dollars on busting victimless crimes when you can generate tax revenue via legal transactions? Let’s be economical.

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JeskaiMage 3 points ago

Can we get this patriot a coat and a brick?

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JeskaiMage 31 points ago

Not only will it save us money, it will also add a terrifying disincentive for anyone trying to enter the country illegally.

However, I don’t understand how is this enforceable at all. If they don’t have cash on hand, I don’t expect them to pay the bill once they’re back in Honduras.

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JeskaiMage 14 points ago

How does this guy still have a single supporter?

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JeskaiMage 1 point ago (edited)

Hi Stefan, I very much enjoy and appreciate your work. I think what what you’re doing is very important and I have gained tremendous insight from your content.

What do you think is the best way for your audience to spread your messages and move us closer to a moral, prosperous, and free society?

Thank you.

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JeskaiMage 4 points ago

The bricks bot?

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JeskaiMage 4 points ago

Agreed. I think our goal should be to slowly return power to the private citizens until we no longer need government. Perhaps we will always need some amount of government but we certainly have too much now.

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JeskaiMage 5 points ago

Lmao. Here, have an uptrump.

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JeskaiMage 4 points ago (edited)

No more downvote arrows on posts lmfao. That’s actually very smart to protect against any shills. I love it.

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JeskaiMage 2 points ago

Sorry Bernie, can you just point me in the direction of the nearest bread line?

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JeskaiMage 6 points ago

That’s such a disgusting view to have for an American politician. Your goal isn’t to control behaviors of the people, it’s to ensure the rights and freedoms inherent to their humanity.

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JeskaiMage 6 points ago

I agree with your comment but chill out or you’ll end up with a popped blood vessel like Sleepy Joe 30330.

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JeskaiMage 1 point ago

That isn’t how it’s playing out in Venezuela or Hong Kong. Sadly, I don’t trust the police to defend freedom as much as I trust them to follow their orders.

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JeskaiMage 2 points ago

I want to believe this but it hasn’t played out that way in other countries. I’m sure a fraction would revolt but we can’t assume they can handle the job on their own.

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JeskaiMage 15 points ago (edited)

I support legalization but I don’t like the idea that one man gets to make that call.

That being said, the government has no business declaring any drugs illegal.

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JeskaiMage 4 points ago

The classic “all my political opponents are deranged cult members” argument is always appreciated.

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JeskaiMage 3 points ago

What do you have to do to be recognized as a terrorist in Mexico? I would imagine terrorism should be enough but here we are.

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JeskaiMage 12 points ago

I assume we’ve got a few people here that were banned from TD

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JeskaiMage 13 points ago (edited)

Not just Trump. It would be nice if Jim Jordan, Bongino, and the rest of the MAGA army stopped by too.

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