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Posted in: Trump calls discussions about removing him 'treasonous' See in context

It’s incomprehensible, as ever

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Posted in: Trump agrees to end government shutdown without border wall money See in context

Good on the President, re-open the government 

Weird, he didn’t take your advice and didn’t “hold the line.” Huh. I wonder if it’s because he’s a blithering idiot who has now accepted the same deal he rejected three weeks ago. A useless weakling president who says “I’ll own the shutdown, I’m proud to” and then folds breaks like a Kitkat. Kudos!

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Posted in: Senate seeks solution to open U.S. government; Trump insists on wall See in context

As expected by anyone with any sort of wit (i.e. anyone who doesn’t slavishly adore Trump) the fatso President folded like a napkin. Well done Nancy!

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Posted in: Trump says no amnesty for 'Dreamers;' signals support in broader deal See in context

Trumpists: Trump should shut down the government, like he said he would, it’ll be great!

Also Trumpists: How dare Nancy shut down the government by (checks notes) passing bills in the House to reopen the government.

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Posted in: Razor burn: Gillette ad stirs online uproar See in context

Im surprised people use Gillette

You’re surprised that people buy and use the best-selling razor? Well, okay, we already know you don’t know much about business, but this is like saying “people but McDonalds??!”.

a male shaving their face is the first step in transsexuality

Just so we’re clear, you think every man who has ever shaved is fixing to change gender?

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Posted in: Razor burn: Gillette ad stirs online uproar See in context

Good advert, makes me proud to buy Gillette.

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Posted in: U.S. starts withdrawing supplies, but not troops, from Syria See in context

So, leaving out forces behind but not supplies. And bass is in favor. Of troops starving in foreign lands. Cool, cool.

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Posted in: Trump will not answer any more questions from Mueller: Giuliani See in context

For the right, only the ends matter. If Trump announced martial law, decreed himself king and had anyone who wouldn’t swear an undying oath to Trumpism executed, bass and others would cry out “woo! How do you like them apples, Democrats!? ROFL”

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Posted in: Trump walks out of talks on shutdown; calling meeting 'total waste of time' See in context

Not quite sure, didn’t liberals claim that mostly all whites are racists?

No.

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Posted in: Trump walks out of talks on shutdown; calling meeting 'total waste of time' See in context

My bad, but yes, I did.

I see. So, when you thought Obama had three shutdowns, you concluded that this made him ineffectual. Now that you have been corrected and now know that in fact Trump has had three, you must surely conclude that Trump is ineffectual. Making an exception because he’s the one you like would be the height of hypocrisy.

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Posted in: Trump, in TV address, urges Congress to fund border wall See in context

Bass, that wiki article says that the US suffered 80 deaths to Islamic terrorism in the last then years. That’s 8 deaths per year on average.

In the last year alone, 39,773 people in the US were killed by guns. Even if I were to be extremely generous and say that only 1% of those guns deaths were committed by white Christian fundamentalists, that’s still nearly 400 gun deaths by white fundamentalist Christians, which is fifty times more than for Islamic terrorism.

Math doesn’t care about your feelings.

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Posted in: Trump, in TV address, urges Congress to fund border wall See in context

I’m going to speak up as well, when all the stats show that mass immigration on this level doesn’t work, Carlson is absolutely right, we don’t have to hurry, do you need time for these people to assimilate and they are not doing that at this pace.

You finally admit that you're even opposed to legal immigration. Shameful.

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Posted in: Trump, in TV address, urges Congress to fund border wall See in context

Even by comparison to radical jihadist, it doesn’t even scratch the surface.

This is true: far more Americans are killed every year by white Christian fundamentalist gun owners than by Islamic terrorists.

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Posted in: Trump, in TV address, urges Congress to fund border wall See in context

yes, I think we should deny anyone any rights that are illegal, theoretically you don’t have any rights otherwise you’d be legal.

You think the murder, enslavement and beating of undocumented immigrants shouldn't be a crime? No wonder you support concentration camps at the US border.

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Posted in: Trump, in TV address, urges Congress to fund border wall See in context

Trump looked extremely presidential and used the Democrats playbook against them, using emotional appeals to make his case.

Sadly, his nonsense and lies are still nonsense and lies, and there is still no reason, either social or economic, to build a wall.

To put it simply, right wingers: facts don't care about your feelings.

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Posted in: Trump, in TV address, urges Congress to fund border wall See in context

Have you ever said that you support suspending rights for white male gun owners because of their history of mass shootings? Nope. You routinely shred the Constitution to go after minorities then tape it back up and cover yourself with it when your rights are questioned.

This is excellently put.

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Posted in: Trump, in TV address, urges Congress to fund border wall See in context

Ok, demeaning the President, constantly belittling White people, labeling all Whites as racist, using identity politics, racism is racism, whether it is towards a minority or White people the media networks repeallr.

None of these news outlets have demeaned the President (if anything they are too indulgent - see their airing of his fact-free rant last night), none of them have labelled all white people racist, and - and this is important, so I'm going to give it to you for the third time now - none of them are officially listed as hate groups. The CIS is officially listed as a hate group for its support of white nationalism, antisemitism, and racism. Just because you personally doesn't like a news outlet, it doesn't make them a hate group. Inventing wrongs they've done out of whole cloth also doesn't make them hate groups. You've been caught in a lie: just admit it, and we can move on.

repeallr

What on earth does this mean?

Ok, so basically, if you're a conservative you’re not allowed to watch opposing viewpoints.

You don't think Tucker Carlson is an opposing viewpoint. He is a white nationalist propagandist who is lauded by the Neo-Nazi website the Daily Stormer, and you regularly cite him as being a wise source and an authority you respect. This speaks volumes to both Trump's racist agenda and to your own far-right positions.

But support8ng left groups is somehow ok and justifiable?

Yes. There is a world of difference between the American left and the American right. To take one example, the left wants to prevent children legally seeking asylum from being murdered through neglect in US concentration camps. The right wants these needless deaths to happen. As Mitt Romney said, they are in morally different universes.

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Posted in: Trump, in TV address, urges Congress to fund border wall See in context

You guys cite. NYT, Mother Jones, CNN, CBS and msnbc they’re also hate groups, wonder why?

No, they’re not. None of these are officially designated hate groups, unlike the CIS, which is. What you said is a lie.

Not surprised to see you also boosting Tucker Carlson, the Daily Stormer’s favourite personality and a white nationalist propagandist.

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Posted in: Trump, in TV address, urges Congress to fund border wall See in context

Because the want sealed borders?

Befause of their promotion of antisemitism and white nationalism. That’s why they’re an officially designated hate group - that’s a fact, not an opinion. A hate group you regularly cite. I wonder why.

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Posted in: Trump, in TV address, urges Congress to fund border wall See in context

Well, if you don’t want to acknowledge the CIS, then you don’t have to. I also reject every liberal bias report, so there.

The CIS is an officially designated hate group that attacks immigrants based on race, and regularly associates with and publishes articles from white nationalists and antisemites. No wonder Trump fans love it so much.

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Posted in: U.S. House passes bills that would end government shutdown, without wall funds See in context

Alas, the GOP proved during their time leading the House that doing nothing and blaming the President is bad for the President and the President’s party. Sadly for the GOP, they don’t have a President like Obama, who was intelligent and generous enough to secure a second term. They have a stupid loser President who can’t even get Mitt Romney on his side. Weak, weak, weak.

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Posted in: U.S. House passes bills that would end government shutdown, without wall funds See in context

Trump will cave without funding, just like he did last time. And bass and other right wingers will praise his weak-knee buckling and bumbling idiocy as brilliant tactics and strategy.

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Posted in: Trump pushes for border wall money as top lawmakers receive briefing See in context

Doesn't matter and that was never the point,

Then why did you link to an irrelevant article? Conservative incoherence again.

the point is, this shouldn’t be happening as it is and liberals don’t care,

It isn’t happening.

but if liberals think it’s a hoax, then we can also say, there is No such thing as voter suppression.

No, you can’t. Voter suppression is real, and the only electoral fraud in the US in the last midterms was perpetuated by the GOP. But you don’t care about that.

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Posted in: Trump pushes for border wall money as top lawmakers receive briefing See in context

It’s not a question of an exact number. It isn’t mentioned AT ALL. If you actually read the article, you would know this.

I agree that Trump’s nonsense claim that millions of illegal immigrants voting is not a liberal conspiracy theory. It’s a far-right conspiracy theory. One which you endorse.

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Posted in: Trump pushes for border wall money as top lawmakers receive briefing See in context

The results and stats say otherwise.

https://www.constitutionparty.com/illegal-alien-crime-and-violence-by-the-numbers-were-all-victims/

https://www.dailyrepublic.com/all-dr-news/opinion/local-opinion-columnists/the-right-stuff-migrants-in-us-illegally-should-not-be-allowed-to-vote/

Your first link makes no reference to illegal immigrants voting, and has no statistics on illegal immigrants voting.

Your second explicitly notes that illegal immigrants cannot vote, and also has no statistics on illegal voting, rather it is making a philosophical argument.

I can’t believe I have to tell you this again, for what feels like the 100th time, but: your arguments will go better if you actually read the articles you link to. Stop typing “immigrants bad” into Google and just copy-pasting links based on headlines. It’s basic errors like this that mean you keep posting anti-Trump articles while mistakenly thinking they are pro-Trump. This sort of lazy slap-dash “research” would get you thrown out of any newsroom in America.

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Posted in: Democrat Warren announces challenge to Trump in 2020 See in context

Relax, they’ll be a US, but there will never be a President Warren, even Mickey Mouse has a better chance of reaching the Presidency than her.

Didn't you say this about Trump and his “lunatic fringe”? Before he became the Republican nominee and you fell in line for the GOP like a good boy, I mean.

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Posted in: Trump blames Democrats for migrant children's death, amid govt budget impasse See in context

At last Trump is going to win the long fought and brutal war against checks notes 7-year-olds.

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Posted in: More Americans blame Trump for government shutdown: poll See in context

I don’t put too much stock in polls, because it’s not issue or an accurate science on anything.

Yes you do. You regularly tout polls from obscure right wing websites and magazines which show that Trump’s approval ratings are nearly 45% (and are under the impression that that is impressive) and even dodgier polls to suggest that Americans support a giant border wall. You just don’t like polls that disagree with you.

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Posted in: Anger in UK parliament as Corbyn accused of calling May 'stupid woman' See in context

Theresa May and her Conservative government are disgraces. Corbyn is a good man with good policies. We could use someone like him in the US. (Much as I like Bernie, he shouldn’t run for President again, IMO.)

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Posted in: Trump starts pulling U.S. forces from Syria See in context

Yes, Illegal immigration, I don’t like it at all.

You’re also opposed to legal immigration, as you’ve demonstrated with your support for the Muslim ban and your opposition to asylum seekers legally making an application.

Looking back in hindsight, I think it was a mistake, but various reasons and not what most liberals are led to believe. As for Putin, I don’t know where this laughable obsession comes from.

What reasons? It became unpopular and so you turned on a dime, while the left knew from the get-go the war in Iraq was a neoconservative scam to steal the wealth of Iraq and its people.

I don’t know why you and Spencer are so pro-Putin, either.

What? Lol!

Fox News host Tucker Carlson is a racist, a bigot and a white nationalist. He said this week that any and all immigration makes America “dirty”, and is beloved by Neo-renaming, so is Trump, who thinks Nazis are “very fine people”.

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