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Posted in: Kremlin foe Navalny held in pre-trial detention, Moscow tells West to butt out See in context

They tried, really?

Yeah, they tried. The FSB admitted it to Navalny, there's audio of the whole conversation. https://www.bellingcat.com/news/uk-and-europe/2020/12/21/if-it-hadnt-been-for-the-prompt-work-of-the-medics-fsb-officer-inadvertently-confesses-murder-plot-to-navalny/

Another brilliant winner at the FSB. Lolz

Then why did the Germans refuse to demonstrate any proof of the poisoning?

Who cares the FSB agent admitted it.

Why did the Germans deport Navalny?

He wasn't deported from Germany.

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Posted in: Kremlin foe Navalny held in pre-trial detention, Moscow tells West to butt out See in context

Navalny is widely believed to be a far right Russian Nationalist.

No he's not.

He's basically a Russian version of Trump who get unlimited funding from the CIA and spouts his far right rhetoric on a soapbox in Moscow.

Kind of weird comment, considering how flowing your comments are regarding Trump.

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Posted in: Student not covering nose with mask disqualified from taking university exams See in context

You say it, nothing @cleo. He could be simply taken out and testet in a separated room or from home by videoconferencing. 

Or he could have requested to take the test in a different room as allowed by test administrators, but he didn't make that request. Did you miss the part where he was asked 7 times to properly wear his mask? At what point has the examinee been sufficiently warned for administrators to take action? If I were one of the other students in the room, I'd be pretty pissed off.

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Posted in: Apple invests millions to back entrepreneurs of color, part of racial justice effort See in context

Yet somehow only the US has to continually answer for it today, and people like you who hate the US enjoy singling out the US.

Yeah, because the whole country was founded on racism, on white supremacy. Slavery made America what it is.

But you'd be hard-pressed to find a single Black American who would re-locate to Africa today

Well of course not. Who the hell would immigrate from the US to a developing nation where they know nothing of the language or a culture.

For descendants of slaves, it was very very fortuitous.

Ah yes, negroes should be happy they were once slaves.

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Posted in: Apple invests millions to back entrepreneurs of color, part of racial justice effort See in context

Then why are they called black colleges?

Not black colleges, "Historically Black Colleges and Universities." They exist because historically Blacks weren't allowed to attend traditional universities. They were excluded from programs such as the homestead act and the GI Bill, which provides free college for American veterans.

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Posted in: Pelosi calls for prosecution of any Congress members who might have helped pro-Trump siege See in context

Does this impeachment process, the timing, truly present an example of a healer, a uniter, a steady hand?  

Please, the impeachment process has nothing to do with Biden. He isn't in Congress, he didn't vote for impeachment. Nor has he really even talked about it publicly.

Does The House speaker, Nancy Pelosi, political grand standing provide a platform for unity?

The onus isn't on Speaker Pelosi. It's on the insurrectionists and their supporters in congress. Unit cannot happen until they acknowledge what they've done.

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Posted in: Trump impeachment trial could begin on Inauguration Day See in context

For the life of me, I can’t see how that’s going to unite the country.

Trump and his cultists spent the past 4 years spewing hate and trashing anyone they disagreed with. That rightists don't like impeachment use immaterial.

Biden should focus on building his cabinet, focus on his agenda

The impeachment has nothing to do with Biden, who has been largely silent on the issue. Keep going.

GOP Greene wants to bring articles of impeachment on Biden and she’s getting more support from the right,

And? It's going nowhere. Greene is a Q Anon but job, whose membership to Congress debases it's very institution.

. Impeachment is always bad for the country

And just looking over Trump's conduct will be even worse.

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Posted in: FBI warns of plans for nationwide armed protests next week See in context

He already conceded and said he would have a smooth transition of power. Why do you choose to ignore this?

Yeah, months after the election. Months after making up claims of mass voter fraud.

He also condemned the riots and he called the National Guard.

No he didn't. That was Pence. Arsonists don't get credit for putting out fires they started.

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Posted in: Japan to extend ¥9 bil loan to Paraguay for stable electricity supply See in context

If Japan was a heavy borrower from the "US and other western institutions" then, as a matter of fact, it would be the World's greatest external debtor.

No one is making that claim. What OP did claim is that Japan we willing to lend to countries the US and other Western countries wouldn't.

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Posted in: Democrats plan impeachment; Twitter deletes Trump's account See in context

Off to Parler I guess. But wait, you can't download Parler because it's been removed google play store. Lolololol

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Posted in: Pence won't interfere in election count despite pressure from Trump See in context

Trump has a Constitutional path to victory.

Lol no he doesn't.

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Posted in: GOP plans to upend Biden win for Trump rips party apart See in context

It’s about the long term strategy of what he’s actually planning to use this as his next campaign launch pin.

Oh I see, was trying to get the Georgia Sec. or State to change lie about election results also just posturing? Absurd. Trump has no strategy, just cheat and accuse his opponent of the same when caught.

Donald should be worried more about prison than trying to run again.

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Posted in: In recorded call, Trump pressures Georgia official to 'find' votes to overturn election See in context

I'm kind of curious what impact this will have on the Georgia Senate elections. I can imagine it'd improve the odds for Democrat candidates.

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Posted in: GOP plans to upend Biden win for Trump rips party apart See in context

Imagine supporting a thug like Trump who demands election officials to change election results.

www.nbcnews.com/news/amp/ncna1252692

Trump just needs to go and these enablers aren't making this any easier.

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Posted in: Cruz leads Republican drive to object to Biden's win See in context

He's famously one of the most universally hated politicians in Congress, and that's saying a lot.

I think former Sen. Al Franken had some funny comments on him:

You have to understand that I like Ted Cruz probably more than my colleagues like Ted Cruz,” Franken said as the interview with Page, “and I hate Ted Cruz.”

"When most people think of cruise full of sh*t they think of Carnival. But we think of Ted."

Comedy gold.

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Posted in: Cruz leads Republican drive to object to Biden's win See in context

Using the Dems tactics against them (1969, 2005, 2017).

Which Democratic Senators objected to Trump's win?

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Posted in: U.S. detects first case of COVID-19 variant as Biden offers gloomy vaccine outlook See in context

Leave it up to the Dems to turn a pandemic into an opportunity to get bad old whitey. It’s sickening to use an national emergency into an excuse for more bigotry.

Yeah! Coloreds should get to the back of the line where they belong.

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Posted in: Harris vaccinated on camera; urges public to trust process See in context

It is part of the party platform to use race to benefit non-whites. You didn’t know that?

To benefit non-whites? No, to level the playing field. Whites created a whole system to exclude and diminish minorities, notably blacks. To establish systems to help these groups isn't racism, it's working to correct past sins. If you think it's a bad idea, I am genuinely curious what you think the solution is; just telling blacks to get over it? Declare yourself "color-blind?"

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Posted in: McConnell puts off vote on $2,000 aid checks; Trump calls Republican leaders 'weak' and 'tired' See in context

The unemployment is in all time low in the US history.

Lol no, unemployment isn't at record lows.

Companies are paying 1000 to 2000 minimum BONUS this year end.

Maybe some, but they're the exception to the rule. The majority of Americans are struggling.

Because of Trump we have enough money in the treasury to pay out $ 2000 each.

1) No, we have less, not more money in the treasury.

2) If the economy is so good, we wouldn't need the stimulus.

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Posted in: Harris vaccinated on camera; urges public to trust process See in context

Affirmative action, disparate impact theory, the racialized concept of white privilege, etc etc. -

Ah, so minorities vote for Democrats because they approve of their racist policies? That doesn't make any sense.

The Dems have always used race to pit one group of Americans against another.

Right, let's pretend race doesn't exist, let's just pretend the United States was founded on the backs of minorities. Slavery is over with and blacks need to just get over the massive wealth disparities between whites and blacks.

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Posted in: Harris vaccinated on camera; urges public to trust process See in context

It will be a tough hurdle for black Americans to overcome the long history of Democrat/Progressive policies used against them.

Oh, that's very interesting. If Democrats and progressives are so racist, why do the vast majority of minorities vote for them?

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Posted in: McConnell puts off vote on $2,000 aid checks; Trump calls Republican leaders 'weak' and 'tired' See in context

When that just couldn't be further from the truth. In need of a governmental package for “short term” is far different from an implement it and standardized, socialized system that is a blanket across the country and shoveling out entitlements from cradle to grave and for every person, that’s not what we’re talking about and that’s not something that Republicans support now or in the future.

Sure it's true, no Democratic leader is calling upon the Government to seize the means of production. Yet time and time again, Republicans paint things like stimulus checks or medicare for all as Socialists, as I'd enacting these policies would somehow make us a Socialist state like Venezuela, and that couldn't be further from the truth.

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Posted in: McConnell puts off vote on $2,000 aid checks; Trump calls Republican leaders 'weak' and 'tired' See in context

This is just utter garbage, when we talk about socialism we are talking about it in terms of completely replacing the capitalist model

It's good you know what socialism actually is, I just can't understand why conservatives want to label Democrats as Socialists, when that couldn't be further from the truth.

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Posted in: Nikkei ends at 30-year high as investors cheer U.S. stimulus See in context

Nintendo or Keyence are not big enough to make the top 225 public companies.

Keyence certainly is, its got a market cap of like $135B. If its not in the top 225 now, it will be at some point. These things take time. It was just a few weeks ago that Tesla entered the S/P 500, and its been more prominent than company it replaced for some time now.

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Posted in: Hundreds of Japanese adherents of QAnon contesting Trump's election defeat See in context

Just because the courts refuse to hear or consider the evidence does not mean there isn't any. There is lots of evidence, and I feel sorry for those who think there isn't.

That is exactly what it means. If there was evidence of voter fraud, they would have heard the case. They won't hear the case, because there is no. Just because you think there was fraud, doesn't make it so.

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Posted in: Hundreds of Japanese adherents of QAnon contesting Trump's election defeat See in context

You can get an idea of the mentality of readership on here by the fact that a simple short comment like:

Well, when your opinion is as nonsensical as "the moon is made of cheese," why should I respect the opinion of others?

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Posted in: Trump golfs in Florida as COVID relief hangs in the balance See in context

They audited the man already so many times, the campaign finance violations if they can prove that won’t even amount to a month if at all of jail time, the alleged rape charges....seriously, good luck on that one.

You don't know he's been audited. Even if he has been, you've got no idea if there are any problems with his taxes. Those campaign finance violations were enough to put Cohen in jail, I can't imagine why it would be too much different for Donald.

Because he can. Why would he let the Dems try and take him out in order for them to feel emotionally worth something? Lol

Lololol you do realize a pardon is an admission of guilt, don't you? Contrary to popular belief Democrats couldn't actually charge him just to harass him, they would actually have to show a grand jury significant evidence of wrongdoing.

Yes and like Trump’s failed attempt to overturn this election

Good on you for admitting Donald tried to overturn a free and fair election. He really is a sore loser.

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Posted in: Trump golfs in Florida as COVID relief hangs in the balance See in context

You beat me to it, but seriously...what do they want to try and get Trump on?

Tax fraud, bank fraud, wire fraud, felony campaign finance violations, rape, bribery, you know the usual for a president.

For what? He’ll pardon himself and then the Dems will try and get the him on what exactly?

You seem so certain hell just pardon himself: I'm wondering a) Why you'd think he'd pardon himself if he's done nothing wrong, and b) why you think it's okay for a president to just pardon themselves? At any rate, it's a good thing Donald can't pardon himself for crimes at the state level and I can't wait for the New York State Attorney General to get ahold of Donald.

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Posted in: Coronavirus aid at risk as U.S. lawmakers block Trump's changes See in context

Why do Democrats feel the need to give peanuts to AMERICAN people and give $700 Billion to other countries?

Well first of all, they're two separate bills. Second of all, no one is giving $700 billion to other countries. Third, Democrats have already passed legislation to give people $2,000, but Republican Mitch McConnell won't allow it for a vote.

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Posted in: Trump rejects COVID relief bill passed by Congress, calling it 'a disgrace' See in context

One of the few times I agree with the president, but it kind of makes me think he's just trying to distract from all the pardons he's signing now:

www.bbc.com/news/amp/world-us-canada-55420365

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