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Sunsetmal [S] 1 point ago

It ok if you disagree, just let ANTIFA come and but you're city down

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Sunsetmal [S] 1 point ago

Not that there aren't racists here because, there are people here and if you get enough of those together your bound to have a few asshats. I just think that in day to day life most of us get along pretty well

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Sunsetmal [S] 3 points ago

Why are there windmills in the picture? I don't get the reference... Don Quixote?

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Sunsetmal [S] 2 points ago

Clearly fake news as they don't make plasma screens anymore and target doesn't sell Henny

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Sunsetmal [S] 123 points ago

"I'M NOT TALKING ABOUT THE NEO-NAZIS AND WHITE NATIONALISTS BECAUSE THEY SHOULD BE CONDEMNED TOTALLY"

COPY AND PASTE EVERYWHERE

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Sunsetmal [S] 1 point ago

The Tea was owned by the British East India company, which was a private company De Jure, but was the De Facto government backed entity having its own military, Navy, and political/royal ties. Things I doubt AutoZone or even Target posses

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Sunsetmal [S] 3 points ago

Democrats rejoice! Everyone in the bottom picture is wearing a mask, safety first.

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Sunsetmal [S] 2 points ago

Also maybe, don't burn down your city when you're angry at a shitty cop

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Sunsetmal [S] 1 point ago

Can't be poor if you're not alive

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Sunsetmal [S] 11 points ago

They are so left they have unknowingly wrapped back around to the right and are pro 2A?

Or is it just race baiting anti Trump bullshit?

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Sunsetmal [S] 1 point ago

Ok that's fair, I would agree. I'd also say the issue today tends to be with more lefty ideals that are "settled science".

You can't debate climate change, anything with racial statistics, Coronapocalypse, general economics (trickledown is just Keynesian economics), or where biological life begins.

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Sunsetmal [S] 1 point ago

Then wtf was that post about then?

Careful not to trip with all the backpedaling

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Sunsetmal [S] 4 points ago

Don't bring me your weak ass straw man argument here. The minute I were to show you anything you disagree with, you would attack conservatives not the argument.

EDIT: come on bro, don't be like that, you want to debate me then let's do it

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Sunsetmal [S] 7 points ago

You'll never guess which one causes all the problems

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Sunsetmal [S] 1 point ago

Given that states specifically refused to turn over requested information about voter rolls (SSN, address, name, ECT) it made it very hard to prove anything. Now I can understand the reluctance to do so by the states as that is a lot of personal info and there are some rightful concerns about doing that. But, those state have no problem sharing information with private companies (like Pew research) so there's also a legitimate question of why not share the info with the commission?

The Pew Research study I mentioned above found:

“24 million active voter registrations in the U.S. either invalid or inaccurate.”

Almost two million dead Americans were still on the active voting lists.

12 million voter records were riddled with “incorrect addresses or other errors.”

Almost 2.75 million voters were registered in over one state.

I'm sure some of that, hopefully most of it, is genuine error (https://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2012/02/24m-voter-registrations-invalid-pew-reports/) with no intent to defraud. But, remember in 2000 when the recount came down to individual counties? There were 5,600 voters who had shared the same name as felons. So either felon who can't vote voted and blocked the actual voter eligible citizen from voting, or both voted, which could nullify a legitimate vote. Those felons could have swung that election. (http://www.city-journal.org/html/how-steal-election-12824.html)

Here's an article about everybody's favorite titty groper Al Fraken (http://www.wsj.com/articles/hans-von-spakovsky-here-comes-the-2014-voter-fraud-1414450805) this is the drop quote:

"Since 80% of noncitizens vote Democratic, according to the survey, the authors concluded that these illegal votes were “large enough to plausibly account for Democratic victories in a few close elections.” Those that might have been skewed by noncitizen votes included Al Franken’s 312-vote win in the Minnesota race for the U.S. Senate. As a senator, Mr. Franken would cast the 60th vote needed to make ObamaCare law."

this is James O'keafe going under cover witnessing busing and fraud, it's pretty damning (https://youtu.be/_9fHaNqRpK0)

Here is a guy I actually know who was registering dead veteran to vote. Sad for him, I always thought he was a fun dude (https://www.whsv.com/content/news/Harrisonburg-voter-fraud-suspect-in-court-429747003.html)

Last thing that you can take with a grain of salt as it's pretty anecdotal. My old neighbor in 2008 was foreman who used day laborers from Home Depot. Him and I were both big Obama guys (at the time) and he told me, in what appeared serious, that he hired day laborers and drove them to different voting places. He paid them the hourly wage to vote. Since they couldn't speak English very well, the polling people let them vote. Maybe he lied to me, whatever, point is that was the event that shook up my political beliefs. Again, no offense of you don't buy that, I'm more telling you because that's the reason I began questioning the process.

TLDR my way too long response to you: Nonvoter fraud found by commission and it made DT look bad. Voter fraud can make a difference as the first examples show and it does happen as the second set shows.

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