It's his money and his right to send it to whomever he likes.
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Trump's rallies at stadiums are cheerful, peaceful and cordial. Everybody basically cheers and has a good time.
The only security needed are the guys that keep adoring fans at a safe distance from the podium.
Meanwhile, Biden's inauguration will have to be a fortress.
Which leader is truly more popular?
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even prison sentences on people.
Getting sick is not a crime.
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People who fear the virus and want lockdowns can stay home.
People who are not overwhelmed by fear and prefer to live their lives actively can go outside.
As long as everybody respects the right of each person to make their own decision, everybody gets what they want.
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especially as corporations and wealthy political donors distance themselves from Trump
Corporations and wealthy political donors siding with the Dems, as usual.
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YOLO so enjoy it.
Sorry, not gonna live out my life on the couch glued to my smartphone and eating Uber delivered Styrofoam crap.
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Two hundred and fifty-six people committed suicide in October 2020, a rise of 50% over the figure for the same month the previous year.
More people died in Tokyo from corona induced suicides than from the virus itself.
There must be a better way that all these restrictions on life, freedom and human interaction.
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And should allow their citizens and residents access to the full range of Internet sites.
Many would like access to Donald Trump's Twitter feed.
Oops, that got blocked.
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As the world adjusts to a Twitter without @realdonaldtrump, the next big question is: “Now what?"
What do you mean "Now what?"
It's obvious, any dissenting view must be immediately deleted lest an unapproved opinion spreads amongst the populace.
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Maybe if politicians didn't lie to us with comments like "just a few weeks to flatten the curve" the public wouldn't be so mistrustful.
And when the public try to question their leaders they shouldn't be cancelled with a "misinformation" label.
Let people express their views freely.
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We're looking at significant felony cases tied to sedition and conspiracy
Conspiracy theories have been thoroughly debunked.
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Trump and Pompeo are planning something... what for it.
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This is a very very dark path.
The border of "right think" will keep shifting and eventually it will reach you.
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Are you really comparing actual democratic movements where an oppressed population rises up to a dictatorial government with what happened in America last week?
If you studied American history you'd know from 1776 that one man's "insurrectionist" is another man's freedom fighter.
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So, not a big fan of adoption?
I'm a big fan of every helpless, innocent baby being embraced by the loving arms of it's mother.
I'm also a big fan of that baby receiving unlimited and unconditional love, care and attention from it's mother for life.
A mother is a birthright, is it not?
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But storming the Capital in an attempt to murder elected officials is?
They were practically let in.
Every other country (except the Ukraine in 2014) seems able to protect their legislative building by being stormed by protestors, why can't the US?
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Half the country think he is protecting democracy from the Democrats. They are starting a fire.
They think they can cower and silence 74 million Americans. They are wrong.
This is not the way to heal the country.
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and Russia has had a hand in all of it.
When insurrectionists stormed the Kiev parliament building in 2014, the Russian government denounced the seditionist movement.
Russia also denounced any attempt to overthrow the Syrian or Belorussian governments by force.
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Can we shop in full face motorcycle helmets, to protect our eyes and ears from infection.
Or are they going to ask people to remove them, exposing them to the virus.
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Syria, Ukraine, Belarus... and now the USA.
It's happening all over the world.
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Just stoking more division.
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At least we know which side Wall Street is on.
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Feel really sorry for the innocent babies deprived of motherly love.
Every person born deserves the love of their mother.
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If the government can afford to give everybody 70,000 then I suggest a different program.
Double it to 140,000 and give it to people who are either under 20, over 60 or sick/disabled.
Healthy young single men should not be getting this, nor should the rich.
If you give it to me, I'd just donate it to the Trump reelection campaign. Is that what you want? Is that a good use of government funds?
Give it to people who need it.
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Because had it been a mob of minorities there would have been far more bloodshed. This is self evident to anyone who has paid the slightest bit of attention to what’s been going on in the US.
So then divert your anger towards Capitol police, who should be treating everybody equally.
It's their fault their policing standards are inconsistent.
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However, it would appear that a very that quite a high percentage of those who attacked the Capitol were.
"appear" is the most important word in that sentence.
Unless you were there, you don't know the facts nor the truth.
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At the very least it should be voluntary. If you don't feel you need it, you should be able to tick a box to refuse it and have it given to another person who needs it more instead.
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Every dollar (or yen) given to the rich is one less to give to a person who actually needs it.
I can't understand why people don't want to prioritize needy people.
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Conservatives in office should also be discharged for their failure to defend the constitution.
There's a clause in the Constitution that says protect the Republic from enemies, both foreign and domestic.
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