Mr. Noidall comments

Posted in: Warren apologizes for heritage claim; woos Native Americans See in context

She's not sorry; she just wants their votes.

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Posted in: Omar: Go to Israel, see 'cruel reality of the occupation' See in context

These two women are fighting hard for everyone except the people of Detroit and Minneapolis.

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Posted in: Sanders' criminal justice plan aims to cut prison population See in context

Bernie used to rail against " millionaires" but after he he became one himself he switched his anger to " billionaires".

If he wins, he go after trillionaires.

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Posted in: Sanders' criminal justice plan aims to cut prison population See in context

No, he isn't.

"Truth over facts".

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Posted in: Sanders' criminal justice plan aims to cut prison population See in context

Isn't Bernie the socialist 1%-er who enslaves his work staff and underpays them?

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Posted in: Sanders' criminal justice plan aims to cut prison population See in context

reiterating those does nothing to help anybody

Trump is helping the country; Bernie's a detriment.

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Posted in: Sanders' criminal justice plan aims to cut prison population See in context

It’s cute you think that. Delusional. But cute.

Ahh… that tone that says: I don't have any argument.

Dems always assume an elitest, pretentious, patronizing position. They are the saviors after all. Free free free.

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Posted in: Sanders' criminal justice plan aims to cut prison population See in context

Trump.

Big big big difference. Trump is great because he tells you what you need to hear--maybe not what you want to hear and maybe a bit crass--but definitely what you need to hear. On the other hand, Bernie tells you what you want to hear and definitely not what you need to hear. In other words, Trump is the better choice. Bernie doesn't have a chance for my vote.

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Posted in: Sanders' criminal justice plan aims to cut prison population See in context

 "Can you believe that, in the year 2019, 400,000 people are in jail awaiting a trial because they are poor?" 

No. They're in jail and awaiting trial because they've committed crimes. Being poor doesn't give you a pass or special status. Maybe thinking about how you'll pay for bail should be something the poor should think about before committing crimes. Life is all about personal decisions. Why don't the dems promote responsibility and smart decision making instead of cosigning disfunction?

"It's racist in disproportionately affecting the African American and Latino communities, and it's a system that needs fundamental change."

Despite everything being racist, does Bernie consider the fact that these demographics commit crimes at a rate disproportionate to their numbers? Probably not.

" Sanders would ban private prisons, make prison phone calls and other inmate communications free

C'mon Bernie! That's just too many frees now. Something's gotta give. Nothing in life is free. I guess law-abiding citizens will pay for the phone calls.

So basically Bernie's message is smoke pot, commit crimes, shirk personal responsibility, and if anyone confronts you about it, then they're racist. Don't worry about jail, bail and phone calls are free.

Some people will say anything to be president.

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Posted in: Writer hopes Japanese step out of 'comfort zone' as society diversifies See in context

Hundreds of years ago

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Posted in: Writer hopes Japanese step out of 'comfort zone' as society diversifies See in context

This does not make America better, my country was robbed, raped, enslaved, etc. by numerous Colonial powers.

 America is less than 300 years old and still struggles with it's colonial past.

You know, the British Empire BS.

The atrocities you put on America's doorsteps are policies and institutional racism we are trying to heal from that are lingering from our exposure to European colonization.

The epitome of old world thinking--aka, indoctrinated victimhood.

Your basic argument is full of contradictions. Mainly, there wouldn't even be an America with a "messy but beautiful society" if it wasn't for the British Empire and colonialism. Stop using modern ethics from a 21st century point of view to chastise people who lived a hundred years ago.

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Posted in: Trump moving to make immigration whiter, wealthier See in context

"This administration finally admitted what we've known all along: They think the Statue of Liberty only applies to white people," 

I don't think so. I think the democratic response has proven what we already knew: democrats automatically associate poverty and victimhood with pocs. As Joe Biden eloquently put it the other day: "poor kids are just as bright as white kids".

I don't think tax paying citizens should have to pay welfare benefits to immigrants--at least not until every veteran and homeless person on the street is administered to.

As to the motto on the statue of liberty--times have changed. Now you have people who want to live in America but who don't want to be Americans. They want to have an outpost of their country within America. And they want to do this at the expense of Americans and American culture.

Funny how leftists cry that the 2nd amendment is outdated, but fail to apply the same reason to the motto on the statue of liberty. They fail to realize that lady liberty herself is tired and poor.

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Posted in: Gunman who wounded at least 6 Philadelphia police officers in custody See in context

By that logic, the 'at least one gunman' was totally within his rights to protect himself and his property from the arm of the govmint (the police) that attempted to restrict his domestic freedum as a Merkan siddizun, is that the way faithful supporters of the Second and of the NRA see this incident? Of course they are 110% behind the gunman, and think the police should just back off?

Good ol' British humor. He was not in his right; he's a career criminal who forfeited his 2nd amendment right a long time ago. If anything, this shows that in spite of gun laws, criminals will still break the law. But instead of blaming and holding the criminal responsible, let's politicize this and blame and hold law abiding non-criminal citizens responsible. That always works out well.

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Posted in: Gunman who wounded at least 6 Philadelphia police officers in custody See in context

A black guy shoots 6 cops. This fits the definition of a mass shooting; but something tells me it will not be reported as such; furthermore, if we hear anything more at all, we will hear how Trump's racism forced this guy to sell drugs and then subsequently shoot the cops trying to serve a narcotics warrant.

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Posted in: Epstein autopsy report finds broken bones in neck: Washington Post See in context

Must be Trump. Everything bad that happens in America is his fault.

I'm looking forward to the dem candidates in the Sept. debate spinning the Epstein case in a way to blame Trump.

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Posted in: China says protesters like 'terrorists' as Hong Kong airport reopens See in context

I'm sure that if Trump praised the protesters many people tipping their hats to them would suddenly jump over to China's side. Just sayin'…

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Posted in: Democratic candidates blame Trump, NRA for inaction on guns See in context

California Sen. Kamala Harris also put some of the blame on Trump's shoulders, saying that the president "didn't pull the trigger, but he's tweeting out the ammunition."

Again, mental gymnastics.

Walmart is one of the biggest retailers of firearms in the United States, and the El Paso shooting occurred at a Walmart store.

Again, conjecture and the author's attempt to paint a picture for us.

Buttigieg, who recently dealt with a fatal police shooting of a black man in his home city, was asked how he'd address the issue of police shootings.

Please report what really happened: the black crowd surrounded Buttigieg and asked him, "do you really care about black people, or are you here just for votes". The crowd's question can be applied to the democratic party as a whole--which, when done, immediately renders the question a redundant one.

And Biden declared, "no amendment is absolute."

He also declared "truth over facts" and "poor kids are just as bright as white kids". In other words, he has no credibility.

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Posted in: Universal cancels controversial 'Hunt' in wake of shootings See in context

But the studio said in a statement Saturday that it had decided to cancel release altogether, saying "we understand that now is not the time" for the film.

So when is the right time to incite violence against people with different political opinions? All the while projecting your own hatred and racism onto to others?

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Posted in: After #OscarsSoWhite, Hollywood trainees see progress on diversity See in context

I would feel ashamed if I got a job, award, scholarship, training, education, recognition because of my skin color.

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Posted in: Police: El Paso shooting suspect said he targeted Mexicans See in context

Supporters of the madman in the White House enable white supremacists like the terrorist in El Paso.

Supporters of the madwoman in MA enable marxist shooters like the terrorist in Dayton.

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Posted in: Police: El Paso shooting suspect said he targeted Mexicans See in context

Says the guy who supports a President that said about Neo-Nazis and white supremacists marching in Charlottesville - "some are very fine people"... Tell your President to turn off his hate speech, then maybe we can talk...

First, he said some very fine people on both sides. That means he was talking about antifa as well. Do you believe Trump thinks highly of antifa? I don't think so either. But, when he said some fine people on both sides, he wasn't talking about the white supremacist or antifa memnbers--who both showed up as uninvited guests; he was talking about the peacful protesters there protesting the removal of the R.E. Lee statue. Once again, the media poured you a tall glass of koolaid, and you drank it all in one gulp. I know this, because your posts are repetitive of what the media says verbatim.

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Posted in: Police: El Paso shooting suspect said he targeted Mexicans See in context

The Trumpers here deny the truth when it stares them right in the face...

**"Shoot them!" the supporter in the audience shouted. Some in the crowd clapped and cheered. Trump them joked "That's only in the Panhandle you can get away with this stuff," 

He gave his supporters a green light to act on the hate that he has spewed from his twitter...

He is an Accessory to all of these hate crimes and should be charged as such....

The same thing every time. This:

**"Shoot them!" the supporter in the audience shouted. Some in the crowd clapped and cheered. Trump them joked "That's only in the Panhandle you can get away with this stuff," 

You gotta come up with something different.

How about repeating this a million times:

 the writer said his views predate Trump's rise and that any attempt to blame the president for his actions was "fake news."

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Posted in: Shootings prompt Venezuela, Uruguay and Japan to warn about travel to U.S. See in context

Shootings prompt Venezuela against travel to the US. Oh, the irony. Let's hope the people take heed.

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Posted in: Lewinsky-produced 'impeachment' drama to air weeks before U.S. election See in context

The announcement of season three prompted an immediate social media storm, with many users claiming a renewed focus on a sex scandal which nearly toppled a Democratic president would benefit incumbent Republican Donald Trump.

I don't think this would give Trump an advantage. The haters will hate Trump even he comes up with the cure for cancer and aids tomorrow. But it will definitely expose the selective moral outrage and hypocrisy of the democrats.

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Posted in: Protesters chant as Trump visits Dayton, El Paso See in context

This is the level of word twisting and political maneuvering we are dealing with

It get's even worse. MSNBC had a guy on that said Trump used the passive voice, the collective voice. Instead of saying "I" he said we and the nation condemn white supremacy. Then the same guy criticized Trump for saying flags will remain half mast until Aug. 8. He goes on to say that the 8th letter of the alphabet is "h". So 8/8 is H/H or hail Hitler. Imagine the mental gymnastics and pathological hate for Trump to come up with this stuff. And we ask ourselves why Hollywood is full of remakes and bland ideas. Apparently, all the creative writers are in Washington spinning out the left's agenda.

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Posted in: Protesters chant as Trump visits Dayton, El Paso See in context

"My critics are political people," Trump said, noting the apparent political leanings of the shooter in the Dayton killings.

The media these days just can't report objectively even when they try. But huge omissions often say more than the author intended. Glad I don't rely on one source for the whole picture.

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Posted in: After shootings, Trump reins in his attacks - for now See in context

Trump's speeches are full of violent rhetoric

And

*"Shoot them!"*** the supporter in the audience shouted.

Yeah, I can see how you think Trump says violent stuff.

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Posted in: After shootings, Trump reins in his attacks - for now See in context

Its not news - its opinion - if it's news, why isn't it posted anywhere in CNN's news section?

So a cnn contributor is making bold-faced lie about cnn on a cnn website, and somehow the senior editor at cnn gave it the green light? yeah okay.

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Posted in: After shootings, Trump reins in his attacks - for now See in context

Really? Show where the name "Trump" is mentioned anywhere in this statement. We'll be waiting...

You have a very biased way of thinking. Here you ask for direct proof that Obama wasn't talking about Trump. But then I would ask you to show me anywhere in Trump's speeches where he said to anybody, go out and shoot people. Of course he didn't. He said illegal immigrants were invading; but that's a lot different from, go out and shoot people. Nowhere has Trump ever said that. Yet you make the connection very easily; but you can't make the connection between what Obama said as pertaining to Trump. Especially when it's as clear as day. Who was he talking to? other democrats? ummm… very interesting.

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Posted in: After shootings, Trump reins in his attacks - for now See in context

you posted an opinion piece from a Repub contributor - this is his opinion - it s not news....

His opinion is that blaming Trump for the shootings is bad. You are free to agree or dis agree. But this is news reported by cnn that he cited to expound his opinion:

However, the narrative took a hit when CNN reported Monday night that a social media account that appears to have belonged to the Dayton shooter contained "extreme left-wing and anti-police posts, as well as tweets supporting Antifa, or anti-fascist, protesters." It also featured a post saying, 'Millenials [sic] have a message for the Joe Biden generation: hurry up and die.'" The account retweeted messages that were in support of Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders, Democratic presidential candidates.

That's a cnn report, not an opinion.

And what do you have to say about this?

***"Shoot them!"**** the supporter in the audience shouted. Some in the crowd clapped and cheered. Trump them joked "That's only in the Panhandle you can get away with this stuff," *

What I said earlier: I think your hatred for Trump is consuming you and clouding your judgment. You can't even grasp a cnn article because of the pathology.

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