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lambda 3 points ago

Not all .win sites are necessarily pro-Trump.

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lambda 1 point ago

https://demainstream.com/

Add it to your browser and enhance your YouTube experience.

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lambda 1 point ago

Should've tipped her $4.5

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lambda 1 point ago

r/tumblrinaction was my favorite sub half a decade ago. Let's get them on board too.

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lambda 2 points ago

I believe he said something about how a child needs both a mother and a father, which upset the mob.

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lambda 2 points ago

I wonder what Reddit would say if we brought up Tienanmen Square.

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lambda 44 points ago

I guess I though it was more expensive. So much for my theory that Don Jr. is funding it.

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lambda 1 point ago

https://www.redstate.com/diary/txgeekgirl/2010/08/24/writing-a-country-song-gets-you-fired-in-tennessee/

10 years ago, a football coach was given the same treatment for writing a song about Obama. Race isn't mentioned even once, but he was still fired because they felt it had "racist overtones".

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lambda 5 points ago

Wow, and the media's patting her on the back like she's some kind of brave victim of discrimination.

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lambda 9 points ago (edited)

She was fired from L'Oreal for these comments and then threw a big temper tantrum trying to get people to boycott them.

Spez: Didn't realize she was rehired.

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lambda 2 points ago

Surprised Wikipedia doesn't hide the horrible things he does...

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lambda 1 point ago

Yeah, it was foolish to demand that Trump reschedule. That being said, it's apparent that Ice Cube doesn't have full-blown TDS.

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lambda 2 points ago

Is that a rhetorical question?

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lambda 1 point ago

I figured Alinsky to be too shrewd to recommend the self-destruction the left is doing. Unless someone found a way to outsmart his schemes.

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lambda 3 points ago

Ragnar from Vikings said it best: "[power] attracts the worst and corrupts the best."

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lambda 2 points ago

You'd think the dems would be trying to get on Trump's good side now that he's going after them more aggressively. Why they're pissing him off even more is a mystery to me.

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lambda 6 points ago

I've been a "trust the plan" kind of guy, but I'm getting more and more ready to accept that draining the swamp is harder than it seems and that even the greatest leaders can make a few bad hires.

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