Mr. Noidall comments

Posted in: Police unsure why man went on shooting spree in West Texas See in context

your solution for everything that happened in history

What are you talking about? I mentioned one historical instance-The Soviet despotism. And the current situation in Hong Kong. That's two, and hardly qualifies as everything.

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Posted in: Police unsure why man went on shooting spree in West Texas See in context

As the Soviet poet wrote after JFK's assassination, "The stars in your flag, America, are bullet holes."

To bad the Soviet poet was too afraid of the kgb to comment on the blood dripping from the sickle on the soviet flag. Maybe if the soviet subjects had guns, millions upon millions of them wouldn't have been slaughtered under despotic and military tyranny.

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Posted in: Police unsure why man went on shooting spree in West Texas See in context

Do you think he is in favour of those magazines with loads of bullets so you can really let rip and mow people in droves down?

I’d love to read your bible. It sounds like a Tarantino script.

I think you're deliberately missing the point.

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Posted in: Police unsure why man went on shooting spree in West Texas See in context

Do you think the right to carry military-grade weapons came from god?

Yep. To defend oneself against the military. I'm sure when Chinese troops cross the border and crackdown on Hong Kong, Hong Kong people will wish they had military grade weapons.

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Posted in: Police unsure why man went on shooting spree in West Texas See in context

Some things are more important than spurious constitutional rights

Absolutely not. Nothing is more important to the US than constitutional rights. They are the cornerstone of our great country. Defendind oneself is a God-given right that no other person or government can take away. The 2nd will never be abolished.

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Posted in: 5 killed, including gunman, 21 wounded in west Texas shootings See in context

RIP to the victims and RIP to the many, many more who will perish because of the spineless politicians afraid to tackle the issue.

Actually, it takes a strong backbone to uphold the second amendment while all of this is happening.

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Posted in: Nancy who? GOP targets House Dem 'squad' in campaign attacks See in context

You made your statement first, and I asked my question first - so please be courteous enough to answer - do you agree with Rep King that the term "white supremacy" is not offensive?

I think it's offensive to people who think white people are supreme. I personally do not think white people are supreme, so I don't subscribe to the term. Now, do you think it's bad to be white? and do you fight racism with reverse racism?

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Posted in: Nancy who? GOP targets House Dem 'squad' in campaign attacks See in context

Now that sounds like Repub Congressman Steve King - I assume you agree with his statement that the term white supremacy is not offensive?

Do you think it's bad to be white? Is your answer to racism reverse racism?

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Posted in: Nancy who? GOP targets House Dem 'squad' in campaign attacks See in context

are black

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Posted in: Nancy who? GOP targets House Dem 'squad' in campaign attacks See in context

Well I would get behind the squad, but according to Ayanna Pressley, I have to have black voice, or brown voice, or a queer voice or else I am not wanted. All I have is an American voice. I don't want to subscribe to any affiliations and ideologies based on race, gender and sexual orientation. So I guess I won't be supporting the squad.

… freshmen women of color 

The most racist expression in currency today. Like I said before, if only Trump mentioned race as much as the dems do, and as much as this article does, I might actually believe Trump was a racist. It's times like these when I remember what Louis Farakhan said during the 2016 campaign that Obama "didn't earn his legacy with Black America", and when he said blacks were continually getting screwed by the democratic party that he asked them, "what do you have to lose by backing Trump?" And then there's this: https://youtu.be/_Zkq53pemf8, which is aptly called, "The Left wants to forget about this." So, no, I am not buying Trumps a racist. I have ears, and so far, I think the squad are the real racist and nazi supporters. (Oh no! you can't be saying that stuff against WOCs--that's racist!)

AOc is just the splitting image of the scarecrow in Wizard of Oz--if only she had a brain. According to her, cauliflower is racist, and so is the electoral college; but when you listen to her explain the electoral college, it's clear she doesn't even know about it, or anything about the government for that matter. But that's what we get when we get diversity-elected officials.

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Posted in: Gillibrand says she's ending 2020 presidential bid See in context

Whole platform? 

Yep! Watched her debate performances, watched her on tv shows.

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Posted in: British PM to suspend parliament before Brexit; opposition denounces 'coup' See in context

And a delight for the enemies of the EU.

Of course they're enemies of the EU. And why shouldn't they be? The EU is a detriment to the UK.

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Posted in: Gillibrand says she's ending 2020 presidential bid See in context

No great loss. She never had a chance anyway. Her whole platform was based on white guilt. Hardly the stuff required to run a country based on Anglo-Saxon principles of personal liberty and democracy.

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Posted in: Trump complains Fox News not 'working for us' See in context

"Fox isn't working for us anymore!" 

They're not supposed to, to begin with. News, in theory, are supposed to report news and events truthfully and objectively; however, we all know in praxis, the media-ocrities report dishonestly and subjectively. All of them. The two major ones spend all day bashing Trump, the other one spends all day propping him up. I am old enough to remember when news anchors didn't report their opinions on the matter during the newscast, and when they were more discrete in trying to sway public opinion. I miss the good ol' days.

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Posted in: Trump says China trade deal coming; Beijing calls for resolution of dispute See in context

Another IRA-purchased ad, from March 2016, was a photo of Clinton with a caption that read, "If one day God lets this liar enter the White House as a president — that day would be a real national tragedy."

Smear campaigns are run domestically all the time. Nothing unusual. Just another opportunity for the Trump haters to exploit. And, actually, that caption is true. You don't need a Putin to tell me that. People came to that conclusion on their own.

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Posted in: Trump says China trade deal coming; Beijing calls for resolution of dispute See in context

You prefer my explanation over Fox?

Yes.

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Posted in: Trump says China trade deal coming; Beijing calls for resolution of dispute See in context

That's what I did...

Great, help me out. I'm ready to walk away from Trump if I was duped by Putin. Tell exactly how. Why make me go through the trouble when you can help a brother out. Come on, please, what exactly was the con job I fell for?

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Posted in: Trump says China trade deal coming; Beijing calls for resolution of dispute See in context

It's easy to find....for those that try...

Yes I understand. But I follow your comments. You always shine the light on the facts and expose the lies of Trump. I really like your comments, and since you're always saying Trumpers support Russia and they fell for Putin's con job, I would really like to hear it from you. Besides, I don't trust the media. So please, what exactly was the con job?

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Posted in: Trump says China trade deal coming; Beijing calls for resolution of dispute See in context

Findings by the intelligence community that Russia meddled in the 2016 presidential election to help Donald Trump win were "accurate and on point," according to an unclassified report and accompanying statement by the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence released Tuesday.

This being the Republican Senate Select Committee....

Ok. But what did exactly did Putin do? Did he count the ballots? Did he bribe voters to vote for Trump? Did he bribe the dems to concede to Trump? Did he manipulate the figures? what exactly? enough with the abstract "Russia meddled". That doesn't say anything specific. Please tell what exactly Putin did. What was his con job?

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Posted in: Leonardo DiCaprio urges government action on Amazon fires See in context

Well, know that Leo has chimed in…

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Posted in: Trump says China trade deal coming; Beijing calls for resolution of dispute See in context

Chinese probably thinks the next President will be more trackable. 

Nope! They're hoping he or she will be a chump or a globalist puppet. Think about it: If Xi is for China and Trump is for the US, why then are the Chinese hoping the next president will be more "trackable" as you say? In other words, China's hoping for a pushover, aka, one of the current dems running for president. Does sleepy Joe even have the mental agility to spar with Xi? I don't think so. As for Warren, Xi will just play up to aspirations to be a Native American--she'll be putty in his hands. Booker--he's just dumb and googly-eyed and out of his league. And Beta, Xi will treat him like a new inmate at their first night in one those "re-education camps".

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Posted in: Trump says China trade deal coming; Beijing calls for resolution of dispute See in context

Ah yes, the art of the deal. Trump doing exactly what he said he was going to do. Now the Chinese want to return to the table and discuss a deal. The pain America has been feeling during this trade war is akin to ripping off a band-aid. But now the healing begins: America rectifying these uneven trade deals and regaining respect in among the world. We lost it with the chump in office a few years ago, and with the globalist puppet ,called Bush, before him. Thankfully, we have pres. with cajones not afraid to look China in the eyes. First it was the Mexicans who flew to Washington overnight to renegotiate, now it's China, and Next it will be Iran. Then when Johnston leads the way for Brexit, our two countries will regain our identities which are deeply rooted in individual liberty, free markets, and the law of the land. Yes!

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Posted in: Trump pushes for next G7 summit at his resort; critics pounce See in context

care to elaborate?

Just go back and watch a Hilary speech. It's regurgitated verbatim. The irony of Hilary calling anyone deplorable.

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Posted in: Trump pushes for next G7 summit at his resort; critics pounce See in context

No, only those who have shown themselves to be deplorable.

So basically Trump supporters; aka, American citizens exercising their right to vote in a free democratic society

They have a right to disagree with you--your morals are not universal. The only thing deplorable is the herd mentality.

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Posted in: Trump pushes for next G7 summit at his resort; critics pounce See in context

Anyone who thinks Donny cares about anything except lining his own pockets with taxpayer money is deluding themselves and not worth interacting with.

There's the problem with the left: "not worth interacting with."

The left believes that anybody that doesn't think and vote their way is "deplorable" and not worth interacting with. This wholly un-American and un-democratic. Just because a fellow countryman doesn't agree with me politically, I don't see him or her as a lesser person. The exceptional thing about America is we're not supposed to be like that. That's why the current strain of progressivism and the current dems are dangerous and aligned with nazism, communism, fascism and tyranny. People who believe in a one-party state, socialism, the state above the individual, banning free speech in the name of hate-speech; aka, speech on the wrong side of the aisle are not worth anyone's time of day.

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Posted in: Trump says G7 leaders are getting along well See in context

Is that really a question - how did Putin put Trump in the White House? I guess someone has been in a coma for three years...

As for Epstein, you'd have to ask a Trump supporter how he helped get Donnie to the White House - I do know that Donne helped get Epstein to Mar-A-Lago - and he and Epstein hosted a party for themselves and 39 cheerleaders....wonder what their ages were.....

So basically no answer. Just more flatulence from digesting cnn and msnbc.

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Posted in: Trump says G7 leaders are getting along well See in context

He sure was Epstein's chosen one....

Nope!! He was chosen by American Joe Blow. Or if you like: he was chosen by the electoral college like Obama was twice.

You can repeat Putin and Epstein a zillion times. But it doesn't make it true.

How did Putin or Epstein get into the heads of the voters and make them vote for Trump?

Did Putin or Epstein count the votes and their tallies were accepted?

Please tell us how Putin or Epstein put Trump into the White House.

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Posted in: Trump says G7 leaders are getting along well See in context

Another article in a series in which trump is purposely portrayed in a negative light: as if everything would be utopia if it wasn't for Trump. Well, I guess, Russian collusion didn't work, the Mueller witch hunt fizzled out; so now it's back to Trump's a racist and he's destroying the economy and he's a bully who doesn't share his toys with the other children at the summit. I'm finally realizing this is a left wing news site.

The G7 shouldn't be getting along like everything is peaches and cream--because it's not. Why pretend? Trump is shaking things up like he voted in office to do. That's what we want: we're tired of these remora taking advantage of the US. It sounds like the other G6 need safe spaces and bans against "hate speech" put in place: it seems they are triggered by Trump's America first policy. At which I say, trigger on.

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Posted in: China hits out at 'bullying' U.S. over new tariffs See in context

The tariff increase "seriously undermines the multilateral trading system and the normal international trade order,

In other words, Trump putting America first on his agenda like he said he would. Expect more talk of disrupting what's "normal" "the status quo" "what's to be expected" etc.

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Posted in: Trump faces limits of go-it-alone stance at G7 summit See in context

And this is why he will be voted out, come 2020.

Not with the current selection of dem candidates he won't.

Not even his bigoted followers will support him for causing an economic disaster.

I doubt 60 million plus American citizens are bigoted; besides, most of America is getting sick of the phantom of white supremacy let out at every chance by the real bigots.

Anyway, I think the current dip in the market is a necessary evil to be put up with in order to tame China. Once the medicine goes down and is digested things will get better and people will love Trump even more--except the true bigots hiding in progressive clothing.

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