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Posted in: Hong Kong police make first arrests under new security law See in context

arresting at least two protesters Wednesday for carrying flags and signs calling for Hong Kong's independence.

I guess it's off to the reeducation camp where you'll have your mind intellectually stimulated.

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Posted in: Facebook frustrates advertisers as boycott over hate speech kicks off See in context

Facebook should just add an "I'm offended" button next to like button. Then Facebook management can review the post, and if the number of offended is above zero, they can deem it hate speech and take it down.

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Posted in: Facebook frustrates advertisers as boycott over hate speech kicks off See in context

Kicking them off social media is an important step.

More important, and likely more difficult, is purging these degenerates from the military and law enforcement, where they are dug in like ticks.

What they stand for is not a "difference of opinion", it is criminal, and should not be tolerated by our Society.

Absolutely. Let's get a spies and youth league started. We all need to be on the same page when it comes to thinking. No way is difference of opinion to be tolerated--and we'll be the judge of whether or not it qualifies as opinion in the first place.

And it is criminal to have a different opinion--if that's what it really is--and we need to train the children and our neighbors to inform on those who dare to stray from what we consider appropriate.

And yes... purge. A very apropos selection of words.

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Posted in: 'The Simpsons' ends white actors voicing characters of color See in context

Saying "welcome to what minorities have felt for centuries" or "minorites have played white historical characters only a few times, while there are tons of instances the other way" is not an argument. All it does is perpetuate the problem. Racial revenge isn't going to solve anything.

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Posted in: 'The Simpsons' ends white actors voicing characters of color See in context

A society where anyone can voice anyone regardless of race = racism.

A society where people are forced to only voice characters of their own race, which means race will be a constant factor and on everyone's mind when deciding projects and performing, which means goodbye color-blindness = not racism.

Good God, when will this nonsense ever end?

It never will. Because this not about equality. This is about power and ideology--ideological and power schemes in which white men are eternally evil and social status is based on your intersectionality score.

We are learning the hard way that if you give these people an inch, they'll take to circling the globe an infinite number of times.

Soon, people will be forced to publicly wear arm bands that identify them by race and ethnicity.

Thanks to regressives, racism is alive and well.

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Posted in: The Dixie Chicks officially change their name to The Chicks See in context

Next, the Mason-Dixon line will be moved up to the border with Canada; then the entire country will be called the racist south.

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Posted in: U.S. records 34,700 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday; highest one-day total since April See in context

Come on - both of you are Trump supporters - and your President just said this at his rally;

It's clear from the surge in numbers that testing has increased. It's starting to seem like you want the number of cases to be astronomical just so you can blame Trump. It's your right to not like Trump. But I think your extreme hatred for the man is clouding your ability to think objectively and empirically. I can dislike someone and still recognize if they've done something good. And likewise, I can like someone and recognize if they've done something bad. Hence, my ability to recognize what Trump said was distasteful; but the fact remains that testing has increased. You seem to not be able to get around your hate for Trump.

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Posted in: U.S. records 34,700 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday; highest one-day total since April See in context

Good - now we have two Trump supporters that say Trump was lying....

Progress!

No no and no.

Trump is still a great president. A 1000 times better than the previous one, and I still support him over Biden. Sorry, you haven't convinced me.

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Posted in: U.S. records 34,700 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday; highest one-day total since April See in context

So, tell us, is Trump decreasing or increasing testing?

Well since we have a record number of cases I'd say testing is increasing.

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Posted in: U.S. records 34,700 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday; highest one-day total since April See in context

Thanks for agreeing with me on the Red States...

No, I agree with you that what Trump said at the rally was astonishing. Specifically, when he said he told his people to stop testing. But I wholeheartedly disagree with your assessment that Trump is on par with Stalin or Idi Amin. That's highly irresponsible at best to make that claim.

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Posted in: U.S. records 34,700 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday; highest one-day total since April See in context

You mean Repub Governors - Texas, Florida, Arizona - all Red States - so you can blame all those pro-Trump protesters out there spreading the virus - just like at his last two empty rallies...

You can't blame the Trump rallies yet. They were just the last couple of days. Most likely the uptick is because of the protests.

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Posted in: U.S. records 34,700 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday; highest one-day total since April See in context

It seems some people don't like the fact that it's been about 14 days since the protests ended; and now we have an uptick in coronavirus. Is the truth offensive? Should we ignore it? Is okay to blame everything on Trump?

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Posted in: Trump visits border wall in Arizona as coronavirus cases surge in more than 10 states See in context

6,200 people attended the Tulsa rally.

That many in the face of a global pandemic and violent protestors outside? Awesome. And then the many people of color in attendance. I don't think Biden will get 200 attendees let alone 6000. But for those who say Trump's campaign is struggling and that Biden is winning in the polls, I recommend this--seriously, take a look:

https://youtu.be/GZOYHNvMO3M

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Posted in: Trump visits border wall in Arizona as coronavirus cases surge in more than 10 states See in context

I think what lefties don't understand is that Trump supporters see the behavior of the dems and how they fight Trump on everything everything step of the way. We understand why the wall is not complete yet. So when lefties try to say Trump failed on a campaign promise, they don't realize how foolish they sound. We still support Trump.

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Posted in: Trump visits border wall in Arizona as coronavirus cases surge in more than 10 states See in context

I'm sure Joe Biden would approve of this article. Sheesh! Talk about biased. Anyway, at least Trump has been the only president to even attempt to get the southern border under control.

As far as the article mentioning Trump's "struggling reelection campaign", it's a biased assessment going off of the rally Trump just had in Tulsa. The fact remains, k-pop fans bought out tons of tickets so that others couldn't attend. And it's amazing that lefties actually proud of that; and then turn around and try to say Trump's rally was barely attended. You can't make this insanity up.

And then the article tries to say Trump is acting recklessly in the face of coronavirus; but we all know, as the media's silence on the subject confirms, that the virus can be cured by riots.

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Posted in: Hollywood says Black Lives Matter, but more diversity needed See in context

Isn't there suppose to be something called the "America Dream?"

Yeah, there is, but it's not achieved through social programs, wealth distribution (aka, theft), complaining, entitlements, begging, handouts. It's only achieved through hard work.

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Posted in: 2 dead, 7 wounded in shooting at North Carolina block party See in context

My mistake. Only 7 dead. But the year is still young.

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Posted in: 2 dead, 7 wounded in shooting at North Carolina block party See in context

More of the black on black crime the democrats and liberals say is nonexistent, or at least miniscule in comparison to police brutality. 12 dead is more than the 9 killed by police the entire last year. The record was beat in a single night, and the summer is just beginning. Where are the white liberals bowing down? Where's the outrage? The riots? Why aren't virtue signaling corporations condemning this on social media? Where's the black squares? Where are all the celebrities and their taking of responsibility? Where's BLM? Or is it that only certain black lives matter? This happened at a juneteenth celebration of all places. It only makes sense to celebrate the end of slavery by killing yourselves. Bit let's all ignore the elephant in the room. Let's blame history, racism, and oppression. 44 shot in total in Minneapolis over the weekend. All because of history and oppression.

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Posted in: One dead, 11 wounded in Minneapolis shooting See in context

if you haven't been watching the current economic crisis in the US is going to defund the US taxpayer, for market losses sociology welfare and big company bailout to the tune of over $10trillion

the last 3 major market crashes have all been under a republican POTUS, when it comes to fiscal responsibility republicans are last on the list

It's hard for me, too, to intellectualize and legitimize the failure of democratic leadership in these cities that now want to defund and dismantle the police, especially when mass shootings are occurring like daily sunrises. Good move deflecting and changing the subject. I was going to do it, but you beat me to the punch. Hats off...

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Posted in: Supporters, protesters face off outside Trump rally See in context

Watching this, I realize Trump's strength is that he ran for, and is running for president because he has a set of convictions on how the country should be run. People can debate whether those convictions are harmful or not, btut nevertheless, he's running based on his beliefs. Unlike Trump, Biden and Pelosi and ilk are not in government to work for the country; they are simply trying to further their careers and increase their own personal wealth and global connections.

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Posted in: Supporters, protesters face off outside Trump rally See in context

Watching this right now, I so look forward to Trump demolishing Biden in a debate. But you know, my god we all know, the democrats are gonna use covid19 as an excuse to not hold a debate.

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Posted in: Supporters, protesters face off outside Trump rally See in context

Any reason you suddenly believe them now

Please feel free to scour my entire post history and let me know whenever I said I didn't believe FactCheck.org. some people are just inhaling the air in their bubble and exhaling grand assumptions similar to this:

Those were the demonstrators against racism!!!

They don't know those people. The only way to make that assumption is to think like Biden does: if you don't vote for Biden then you ain't black. And then that means they also believe truth over facts.

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Posted in: Supporters, protesters face off outside Trump rally See in context

The trump campaign was advertising for minority actors on Craigslist

FactCheck.org has already debunked this. It's sad that so many educated folks get their news from social media and just run with it.

https://www.factcheck.org/2020/06/trump-campaign-didnt-advertise-for-minority-actors-in-tulsa/

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Posted in: Supporters, protesters face off outside Trump rally See in context

I'm watching the "pre-show" right now. I see a mixed crowd, not 9nly whites.

This **** dictator , his supporters, and his Republican party are racists and oppressors.

The real racists and oppressors are the ones who bleat about it every second of the day and see it everywhere cause it dominates there world view, and who call certain groups people of color (a meaningless designation--just a grammatical reconfiguration of the racist epithet. I guess that's why they call those who use it progressive.) Anyway, racist, oppressor, blah blah blah.

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Posted in: Supporters, protesters face off outside Trump rally See in context

If people can get on board and support mass protests, rioting and looting during the lockdowns, then they should be alright with peaceful participation at a political rally.

Black leaders in Tulsa have said they're worried the visit could lead to violence.

Lefties ruin everything. Hopefully they can keep their "tolerance" in check and everyone can go home safely.

I will say, however, that it's ironic that the Trump haters are mad at such a huge turnout of support for Trump and are masquerading their hate as concern over the coocid19, but are going to show up in mass to protest and cause violence. If they're truly concerned about covid19, then the anti Trumps should stay home.

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Posted in: Americans march for racial justice on Juneteenth anniversary See in context

The fact that slavery existed in other nations, other historical events does not excuse the situations which happened in the New World and then America.

No one is saying it excuses it. We're saying, however, it doesn't make it special and unique.

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Posted in: Americans march for racial justice on Juneteenth anniversary See in context

Lots of whites wanted slavery so much that they were willing to die for it

More whites died fighting against slavery than those who died for it.

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Posted in: Americans march for racial justice on Juneteenth anniversary See in context

Lots of whites (especially the southern Christians) fought FOR slavery because it was good for their business. 

It was good business for African chieftains too. They acquired a lot of European goods with which to launch attacks against other Africans. And all the land they acquired from the depopulation.

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Posted in: Americans march for racial justice on Juneteenth anniversary See in context

Another irrelevant point, white settlers brought African slaves to the Americas over 400 years ago!

No, they were sold to white settlers. But, I think I see: Africans can't even be explorers. They're just slaves. Got it.

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Posted in: Americans march for racial justice on Juneteenth anniversary See in context

I wanted to remind you that the first established settlement 410+ years ago were the first to bring African slaves. Therefore, African slaves have been in the US since the beginning.

Africans first arrived in America in the late 16th century not as slaves but as explorers together with Spanish and Portuguese explorers.One of the best-known of these African “conquistadors” was Estevancio, who traveled throughout the Southeast from present-day Florida to Texas.

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