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MunchenBundchen [S] (4 points)

He's way too easy to trigger and now that everyone knows it... get the popcorn ready because the real meltdown's coming any day now. Even they girl asking the question felt the need to warn him first. "ok, i'm going to be a little mean." She knew there was a chance he'd take it wrong. His campaign's trying to pass it off as him joking around but I don't think anyone that watches this is going to buy that.

MunchenBundchen [S] (3 points)

Nancy dropped that bioweapon right out of her big 'ole ass!!!

MunchenBundchen [S] (2 points)

I think this is actually aimed at a real security concern. The fact that it will label wealthy liberals as untrusted and make them stand in long lines is just the gravy on top!!!

MunchenBundchen [S] (1 point)

Yes, I agree, 'protesters' isn't the right word to describe them. Unfortunate that nobody is covering the actual protesters that are demonstrating against Iranian influence in Iraq. They actually felt the need to broadcast with a megaphone that it wasn't them attacking the embassy, lest the US media try an portray it differently. Thanks for the feedback!

MunchenBundchen [S] (2 points)

It was the tweet that said 'mourners' and it was the tweet that caused the controversy... "NY Times TWEET on 'Iraqi mourners'... The point is that folks over at the Times went out of their way to paint this as an organic Iraqi uprising when it was obviously not.

MunchenBundchen [S] (2 points)

Not sure which part you think is click bait, let alone false. There is no doubt the democrats passed a SALT cap repeal that will provide a tax cut to primarily high-income earners. I'm sure there are plenty of exceptions, but it's actually the hypocrisy of the democrats position that makes it newsworthy. I would personally love to see you get a tax break. I would rather see it come in the form of lower local property taxes though. Cheers.

MunchenBundchen [S] (1 point)

yes please! the hypocrisy is so blatant... he's not happy unless it's in your face.

MunchenBundchen [S] (2 points)

Right now what matters is that there is an alternative to reddit... removing the sword of Damocles is important because timing was part of their strategy: take out T_D when it is needed the most and do their dirtiest of deeds before it has the chance reassemble. With thedonald.win in place, that strategy is abated. Opening up for public viewing of content can be done at any time!