P. Smith comments

Posted in: Biden officially secures enough electors to become president See in context

No, quite the Opposite Trump was trying to drain the swamp,

Is that why he surrounded himself with swamp creatures?

he was trying to let people go to work he was trying to make sure that people have their civil rights protected

Not really.

and get these Democrats are undermining all of that and they have done that for years and it seems like at least for the next four years are going to do that again, that is a problem for the nation and it seems like in some twisted and suspicious fashion, they got their wish for now.

There is zero evidence supporting these claims.

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Posted in: Trump campaign spent nearly $9 million on bid to overturn election results See in context

Ok, so both sides are claiming the other is trying to buy off the election, may the best influencer win.

Lmao! You completely missed the point of the original post, which was that Trump’s insistence on recounts ended up with Biden getting more votes.

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Posted in: U.S. weapons exports rise 2.8% to $175 billion in fiscal 2020 See in context

It seems as if the US under Trump has had a hand in foreign wars.

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Posted in: Survivors to remember Pearl Harbor at home this year amid virus See in context

Thank you to all who have and do serve in uniform.

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Posted in: Trump campaign spent nearly $9 million on bid to overturn election results See in context

You’d think the campaign would have paid off pre-existing debt with that cash instead of filing frivolous, unsubstantiated cases with our extremely busy and underfunded courts.

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Posted in: In face of 'grim' jobs report, Biden backs more COVID-19 aid See in context

It is refreshing to have a competent leader after four years of trash.

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Posted in: Trump expected to issue flurry of pardons on way out See in context

Trump will confirm yet again that he is soft on crime, especially if the crimes were committed by white guys.

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Posted in: Nike ad addresses bullying and racism in Japan; riles up debate online See in context

Nike is generalizing all Japanese, so it is racist hatecrime against all of Japan and Nike should be banned from operating in Japan.

Nike is not saying that all Japanese are bullies, just that it’s a problem in Japan. This means Nike isn’t generalizing all Japanese, and it certainly is not committing a hate crime.

By the way Nike is in the forefront of child slave labour in all the poor countries and in China too.

This is demonstrably false:

*Yet NIKE owns no factories for manufacturing** its footwear and apparel, which make up ~88% of its revenues. Instead, manufacturing is outsourced to third parties because of the cost advantages of doing so. *

https://www.google.com/amp/s/finance.yahoo.com/amphtml/news/overview-nike-supply-chain-manufacturing-130048337.html

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Posted in: Nike ad addresses bullying and racism in Japan; riles up debate online See in context

Nike endorses racism and oppression in the name of profits every day and use propaganda like this to pretend they are something they are not. Nike endorses people and individuals who believe police officers are pigs and should be executed.

Any cites at all to backup either assertion?

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Posted in: Nike ad addresses bullying and racism in Japan; riles up debate online See in context

A very salient ad for Japan. Remember: Just because we are pointing out an aspect of jaoanese society that is in desperate need of improvement, it does not mean we are bashing Japan, don’t like Japan, or trying to make Japan look bad.

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Posted in: Unveiling economic team, Biden pledges, 'Help is on the way' See in context

the reason the Left wants to over tax those making more is to make them pay their fair share - presumably to punish them for being successful. 

Does the left want to make them pay their fair share or punish them for being successful? Hint: It’s the former, not the latter.

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Posted in: Crown prince says he approves of daughter's marriage after money dispute resolved See in context

In many ways they live in Japan's most luxurious prison system.

Not at all. No prisoner can enjoy awake whenever they would like to do so. No prisoner can ring a bell and get whatever kind of sandwich they would like. No prisoner flies first class wherever they go.

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Posted in: Nobel laureate says pandemic raising violence, trafficking See in context

My vote is to attack the underlying causes of human trafficking so there won’t be any human traffickers.

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Posted in: Crown prince says he approves of daughter's marriage after money dispute resolved See in context

Look at that poor family. The strain from living such a cloistered life is written all over their faces. The health effects are painfully obvious.

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Posted in: Japan, China restart reciprocal business travel See in context

All of you claiming permanent residents cannot re-enter Japan are simply incorrect:

*From 1st November 2020, all foreign nationals with the status of residence with a valid re-entry permit, are not required to obtain “the Letter of Confirmation of Submitting Required Documentation for Re-entry into Japan” or “Receipt for Request of Re-entry” when re-entering Japan from countries/regions designated as an area subject to denial of permission to enter Japan. *

https://www.mofa.go.jp/ca/fna/page4e_001074.html

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Posted in: Americans face new COVID-19 restrictions after Thanksgiving See in context

Someone tell me again how COVID is only slightly worse than the flu. The flu doesn’t kill over a quarter of a million Americans every year.

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Posted in: Biden taps Janet Yellen as Treasury secretary See in context

Repopulating the swamp.

You clearly didn’t pay any attention to the swamp creatures with whom Trump surrounded himself. Don’t let facts get in the way of your narrative though.

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Posted in: Arizona certifies Biden's narrow victory over Trump See in context

NO EVIDENCE OF WIDESPREAD FRAUD!

This is not news to rational adults that aren’t gullible or willfully ignorant.

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Posted in: Trump senior aide Kushner and team heading to Saudi Arabia, Qatar See in context

> @ p.Smith

which one?

Israel, Saudi Arabia, etc.

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Posted in: Trump senior aide Kushner and team heading to Saudi Arabia, Qatar See in context

There is zero way the Trump administration could know it will be continuing for another four years given it lost the election in a landslide.

It is fun to watch Trump supporters flail around in desperation though.

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Posted in: Trump 'ashamed' to have endorsed Republican Georgia governor See in context

Its literally the Constitutional process for cases such as these. 

Cases in which zero fraud has been demonstrated? Incorrect.

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Posted in: Trump questions whether Supreme Court would hear election challenge as options dwindle See in context

Seems to me things are getting heated up, and these MSM writers are just doin their thang. Remember that name “Navid Keshavarz-Nia”

Trump getting shot down in 99% of the cases he’s brought and SCOTUS highly unlikely to even hear any of the challenges is definitely not things “getting heated up.”

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Posted in: Trump 'ashamed' to have endorsed Republican Georgia governor See in context

By the end these states with all the “irregularities” will be decertified and their legislatures will assign the electors.

You also predicted a landslide victory for Trump, so forgive us if we don’t take you at face value.

Just if the state Legislature isnt satisfied that what happened was legal or fair and they accept all these historical and statistical anomalies as being a problem, then they send their own electors to Congress.

Perfectly constitutional and requires Trump to do nothing at all

Glad to see you prefer authoritarianism to democracy. If you can’t get what you want from the people, just ignore them. Very patriotic.

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Posted in: Trump questions whether Supreme Court would hear election challenge as options dwindle See in context

Rudy and Jenna are taking advantage of trump’s diminished mental faculties and that is a shame!!

It would be a shame if Trump hadn’t spent his entire life taking advantage of others.

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Posted in: Trump questions whether Supreme Court would hear election challenge as options dwindle See in context

What will Trump’s supporters be saying when SCOTUS refuses to hear any of Trump’s frivolous lawsuits? Will they claim a 6-3 conservative court is biased towards liberals? Will they claim the Deep State interfered with a plan hatched by Obama and funded by Soros?

It really doesn’t matter what they say because the damage has been done. Trump has convinced his low intelligence supporters, which is all of them, that there was fraud. This has eroded trust in our elections. Trump’s assault on the institutions that underpin our democratic republic continues, and his poorly educated supporters cheer him on.

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Posted in: Over 300 detained in Belarus during anti-government protests See in context

There was a poster insisting about a month ago that Belarus was a freer and more open society than the US because there were no arrests of demonstrators in Belarus.

Where are you now, Burning Bush?

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Posted in: Trump senior aide Kushner and team heading to Saudi Arabia, Qatar See in context

It’s great that the US props up one of the most prolific state sponsors of terrorism.

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Posted in: Completed Wisconsin recount confirms Biden's win over Trump See in context

If Trump were even 10% appropriate to be POTUS, he’d have conceded by now. Instead, you keeps throwing fuel on the fire of division by convincing his poorly educated supporters, which is all of them, that there was fraud. Since his supporters can’t think for themselves, they believed Trump despite the dearth of evidence.

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Posted in: Fauci: U.S. may see 'surge upon surge' of virus in weeks ahead See in context

Someone tell me again how this isn’t much worse than the flu.

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Posted in: Trump 'ashamed' to have endorsed Republican Georgia governor See in context

Trump isn’t capable of feeling shame.

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