Mr. Noidall comments

Posted in: Minneapolis ex-policeman Chauvin convicted of murder in Floyd case See in context

Yeah yeah, "black woman bad"

And there it is folks. This is why she’s been able to land on the Most Corrupt Congress Person’s list year after year and she gets away with it for over forty years. She bullet proof. You can’t touch her. Any attempt will always be seen as an attack on a woman of color. And she’ll continue to keep her black community in the gutter. Classic white liberal tactic. With friends like these, the black community sure doesn’t need the kkk.

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Posted in: Minneapolis ex-policeman Chauvin convicted of murder in Floyd case See in context

You really need to stop watching OAN buddy :)

But the fact that you know this is on OAN means that you watch OAN. Please tell us more of their take on the Chauvin trial.

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Posted in: Minneapolis ex-policeman Chauvin convicted of murder in Floyd case See in context

So not Hannity and Carlson then. Glad we agree!

White liberals are entrenched in their racism.

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Posted in: Minneapolis ex-policeman Chauvin convicted of murder in Floyd case See in context

And who might you want near a "racial case", then? Hannity and Carlson?

Definitely not two race hustlers who have turned tragedy into a racket.

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Posted in: Minneapolis ex-policeman Chauvin convicted of murder in Floyd case See in context

I hope the other inmates give him a nice warm welcome to his new home.

But that’s not justice. Just vengeance in the form of gang rape. Don’t become the criminal in trying to deliver justice to the criminal.

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Posted in: Minneapolis ex-policeman Chauvin convicted of murder in Floyd case See in context

why do I have a shred of sympathy for this guy, I must be completely shot in the head.

I find myself in the same conundrum. I believe the verdict was the right one; however, something about watching a man lose everything—his wife, career, freedom—just evokes a little sympathy from me. At the end of the day, though, he’s still alive and Floyd isn’t. So he needs to pay the price for killing him. Chauvin made his own bed, and now must lie in it for many years to come. I bet you he wishes he listened to the crowd now. Especially to that off-duty firefighter. I be you he wishes now he let up of that knee. Just a sad situation. So many lives so unnecessarily ruined.

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Posted in: World running out of time to tackle climate crisis: U.N. See in context

2021 must be the year of action for protecting people against the "disastrous" effects of climate change, the United Nations said on Monday ahead of a crucial U.S.-convened summit.

aren’t they supposed to be protecting the earth from humans? Right off the bat these scare tactics are exposed. Fear fear fear. Doom doom doom. We’re all gonna die—tomorrow!

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Posted in: Murder case against ex-cop in Floyd's death goes to the jury See in context

We have a video of a man being murdered, crying out to breathe as his wind-pipe is crushed 

But experts already testified his wind pipe was intact. They said he died from his chest being pinned against and compressed by the pavement. I hope he’s found guilty too. Just based on rational deliberation of the evidence by an untainted jury. I don’t let my emotions cause me to throw out the baby with the bath water.

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Posted in: Murder case against ex-cop in Floyd's death goes to the jury See in context

Regardless of the verdict, he did it. He’s a murderer.

Ah, the justice system of Papa Doc, Mussolini, Stalin, Trujillo, Hitler, Kim Jung Un, Mao, Pol Pot, Castro... just beacons of justice. Too bad you weren’t on the jury; only then would justice be served.

I’m more concerned about the loud, obnoxious mouth of Maxine Waters. She almost caused a mistrial by calling for violence if anything less than a guilty murder conviction is reached. But usually leftists are so clueless they hurt their own cause. She knows it. She’s not really for justice. Let’s hope the jury remains with integrity and gives the correct verdict based on their interpretation of the evidence.

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Posted in: In Minneapolis, armed patrol group tries to keep the peace See in context

And cops arresting people only for being outside or for refusing to wear masks.

And it gets worse. A MN state rep. wants to prohibit cops from pulling over drivers for expired tabs and other vehicle related issues. Since that’s what Daunte was pulled over for. He says Twin Cities’ blacks are pulled over for these issues more than whites.

https://www.twincities.com/2021/04/16/daunte-wrights-killing-puts-spotlight-on-traffic-stops-for-minor-vehicle-infractions/

It doesn’t dawn on him that he just admitted that blacks in the twin cities area are more likely to have expired tabs and broken lights and other vehicular problems. There’s a theme here that permeates democratic gospel: blacks are either too dumb, too lazy, too poor, too oppressed to maintain a vehicle and get voter ids and log onto the internet.

Notice in the article, just like the guys with the bullhorns, the grifters Crump and Sharpton, the State rep. sees no need for the criminal element to assume any responsibility for its own actions. It’s always the fault of others.

So yeah, the country is in a sad state affairs when a congressman envisions a country where you won’t be pulled over for expired tabs and non-working turn signals, but you’ll be stopped and harassed for not wearing a mask.

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Posted in: In Minneapolis, armed patrol group tries to keep the peace See in context

shot the 20-year-old Black motorist 

isn’t his mom white? Doesn’t that mean he’s white? Or do we go by the extremely racist one drop rule? Why does the media show only the guy’s black relatives? 2nd cousins and aunts. Where’s the mother’s side of the family? Why is the media perpetually perpetuating racism? Why does the media want so much to convince me that a black man was shot by an evil racist white cop, when in fact, a white man was shot. At least half white. Or is the mother and her family not important, not necessary for the narrative? The language of this article is bigoted and non-inclusive, and racist to all biracial people who’ll be pigeonholed by racist white liberal journalists to weave their narrative.

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Posted in: Man who refused to wear mask on plane arrested again after trouble in restaurant See in context

Just brand him already, bar him from society, make him walk in the streets to avoid infecting people on the sidewalks. Strip him of civil liberties and human dignity. Shame him, cancel him.

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Posted in: Biden tightens some gun controls; says much more needed See in context

Biden fires the first shot in better gun laws. More is needed.

Good, playful humor. I like it. It’s like when Biden said we have to keep punching at domestic violence.

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Posted in: McConnell warns CEOs: 'Stay out of politics' See in context

"The President has claimed repeatedly that state-level debates over voting procedures are worse than Jim Crow or ‘Jim Crow on steroids.’ Nobody actually believes this," McConnell said in a lengthy statement earlier Monday. 

It’s that Joe views blacks as inferior; or in his own words, “... just as talented and bright as white kids.” More to the point, Joe only sees blacks in the context of slavery. It’s his way of keeping the mental shackles on his black voters. Whenever Joe discusses black issues or meets with blacks, it’s always in the context of oppression and the church. He’ll never let blacks free. He’ll drum up racism every time. In real Jim Crow, you had to pay a poll tax; you had to take a literacy test. To say that’s equivalent to requiring an id or a utility bill to prove who you are, requiring a legitimate reason for voting absentee, and extending hours from 5 to 7– two hours later—is just absurd, asinine, and irresponsible; and proof Joe’s holding slavery, racism, oppression over the heads of blacks and keeping them locked in generational cycles of poverty and victim hood.

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Posted in: UK eyes testing COVID-19 passports at mass gatherings See in context

Hate all you want, you’ll only be left behind.

That’s fine. The bigger question is will you let us fall behind unmolested?

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Posted in: Vaccine passports are latest flash point in COVID politics See in context

Scary stuff. Let’s hope the GOP can prevail and block this attempt at totalitarianism.

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Posted in: Nurseries, kindergartens mull how to teach issues of gender identity See in context

I blame the parents. They shouldn’t have sent their son to school dressed as a girl. That’s child abuse. We don’t let children drive, drink, vote, marry, have sex, cook at the stovetop, handle power tools, etc. As a parent, you don’t let a child decide his or her gender. This is not something schools should be teaching children. I’m frightened that this is seeping into Japan.

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Posted in: Man rams car into 2 Capitol police; 1 officer, driver killed See in context

Thanks to Trump, another assault on our republican-led crumbling democracy by a far-right Trump fanatic.

Hold it. What?

NOI?

This just in, the racist system, bolstered by none other than Trump and his supporters, is believed to be the motive behind the attack.

Still the USA appears light years away from coming close to dealing with it’s racial past in a time of soulful racial reckoning.

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Posted in: Man rams car into 2 Capitol police; 1 officer, driver killed See in context

I counted 5 times the Jan 6 incident was mentioned, plus 2 times inferentially. The article mentions not many details of the suspect. It’s almost as if Jan 6 was mentioned more than anything about the suspect except that he got out of a car wielding a knife. So I guess the incident had something to do with Jan 6... oh,oh, oh... I get it. Trump!

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Posted in: Suspect in attack on Asian American woman in New York arrested See in context

“For the life of me, I don’t understand why we are releasing or pushing people out of prison — not to give them second chances, but to put them into homeless facilities or shelters, or in this case a hotel — and expect good outcomes,” Police Commissioner Dermot Shea said at a news conference Wednesday. “We need real opportunities. We need real safety nets.”

This is the usual angle adopted when suspects are pocs: blame society and the lack of social services. Despite millions given annually to such services. This story, I believe will run a short course, like the Atlanta shooting, because it doesn’t lend to the desired narrative: white nazi Trump supporters are out committing racially motivated hate crimes at the behest of Trump. This demonstrates how far from reality leftist ideology is from reality, and the dangerous consequences as a result of negligence towards the truth.

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Posted in: Biden unveils $2 trillion infrastructure plan See in context

*not inherited. Dems have a strange belief that wealth is distributed and not earned.

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Posted in: Biden unveils $2 trillion infrastructure plan See in context

Today I'm proposing a plan for the nation that rewards work, not just rewards wealth.

This is such a stupid expression Joe clings to. The goal should not be to vilify wealth; ideally, we want everyone to have wealth. The dems, however, want everyone to be equally poor—with themselves, of course, more equal than others. Dems have a strange belief that wealth is inherited and not earned. Then there’s the irony that all of the politicians, especially the career ones—pelosi, schumer, waters, they’re all extremely wealthy. This is the kind of philosophy dems use to shackle the brains of their constituents. Meanwhile, Joe is already several trillion in debt, and he’s only been in office 3 months. This guy spends more than a desperate housewife from Orange County.

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Posted in: With anti-Asian hate in U.S. rising, parents grapple over whether to talk to their children See in context

Asians are a threat to the 'woke' nonsense permeating the US and elsewhere. Although there is no denying the history of anti-Asian racism and discrimination, Asians far exceed the achievements of whites in academic and professional accomplishments. This suggests that the failure of other racial/ethnic groups--also victims of discrimination to succeed has more to do with lack of motivation or intellectual ability than racism.

I agree with this observation. I was thinking the same thing. Asian Americans blow the whole leftist narrative they have of America and hyphenated Americans out of the water. Now there seems to be an agenda in overdrive that wants to put Asians in the same catagory as pocs—specifically in the oppressed category. This will further divide the nation.

Many of us expats have whispered that in Japan there are two races: Japanese and gaijin. But now the joke is on me. Because in now in my country there are only two races: white people and pocs; oppressors and oppressed. This is the mission of this latest Asian hate hysteria fanned by the media.

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Posted in: Georgia lawmakers pass GOP election reform bill amid outcry See in context

 “The GOP is saying We can’t have those uppity negro women uprooting our plans” That’s how racist and discriminatory this law is. 

That’s not what they’re saying. That’s what you’re saying, with an old, outdated racist term at that. The pre-civil right era called and wants their word back. Liberals—especially the white ones—are the most racist of all.

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Posted in: For media, Biden's first news conference notable for what's missing See in context

Ypu are describing a Trump press conference.

It was worthy of ridicule when leftists first started telling us not to believe our eyes and ears, to interpret things through abstract academic lenses. But now that they keep on insisting we do this, it’s not funny anymore. Just worrisome.

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Posted in: Georgia lawmakers pass GOP election reform bill amid outcry See in context

Democrats and voting rights groups complained the bill would disproportionately disenfranchise voters of color.

I’m so sick a dems implying that pocs are too stupid or too poor or to oppressed or too whatever that they can’t get voter I’ds. It’s funny how you need an id to get the COVID vaccination but you don’t hear a peep about that; especially since COVID disproportionately attacks pocs. You need an I’d to get a job, cash a check, buy beer and cigarettes (again—alcoholism and menthol addiction disproportionately affect pocs). I just read a stupid article that said pocs can’t take off from work to go to the venues that dispense ids. But then I thought, you need an I’d and social security card to get a job, an I’d to cash your paycheck. It just doesn’t add up. I believe pocs are perfectly capable just like everyone else and can go get an I’d. Utter rubbish if you think differently. And racist.

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Posted in: For media, Biden's first news conference notable for what's missing See in context

softball questions from the little media there is, roundabout answers that come at a snails pace; loosing his train of thought when he was trying to say how good he is at getting things done; all around a lackadaisical press conference. And what a huge difference in how the media treated Trump to how they’re treating Biden. But considering what a federal judge opined a week ago, it makes sense. Can you imagine the calls for the 25th if Trump had jumbled his thoughts like that? Where’s Jim Acosta when you need him? Biden’s first press conference let the media down?!’ There was a feast for the media if they weren’t so blinded and led by leftist ideology.

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Posted in: Biden taps Harris to lead response to border challenges See in context

It’s likely for health and safety reasons related to covid.

Well, like the reporter told Psaki: the White House itself can release photos to the media. But as usual, Psaki said she’ll circle back—just in different words. But basically the media is being denied access.

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Posted in: Biden aims to prevent border crossings from swamping agenda See in context

“This is a result of four years of failed policies, inhumane policies and a systematic dismantling of the asylum system by Donald Trump,” Duckworth said on CBS’s “Face the Nation” Sunday.

This is the democrats go-to when in fact it is they who are failing. Trump didn’t destroy anything. He just implemented the policies already put in place by his predecessor. How long are these lies going to continue?

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Posted in: Biden aims to prevent border crossings from swamping agenda See in context

The Biden administration is scrambling to manage a growing humanitarian and political challenge

Challenges. That’s a good one.

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