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NOTE: If language bothers you, skip this video.

Fake News Upset White Couple Defends Property Against BLM & Antifa (8 min 22 sec):


Published on Jun 30, 2020 by Salty Cracker​
 

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"That's a whole lot of words...those are fancy words, for saying TRESPASSING!" "St Louis couple pulls firearms on assholes trespassing."

That guy is a hoot. He nailed the MSM presstitutes for peddling their fake news propaganda.

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Irrefutable evidence of the incompetence of Democrats when in charge - provided by an unassailable source...

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I understand that 3 of these jerkoffs on the Minneapolis city council are getting their own private security force that is costing the taxpayers of that city over 4K a day while they vote to defund the police. Two he shes or is it she hes and some other asshole. Can't make this shit up. What an amazingly jacked off world this has become.
 

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This guy is a college professor at Temple. Jesus Christ.


That surprises you?

Some of the most stupid, most-emotionally-driven, most psychotic people in the former United States, today, are "professors."

The Elites promote them to such positions - they're useful in debasing and corrupting the young.
 

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That surprises you?

Some of the most stupid, most-emotionally-driven, most psychotic people in the former United States, today, are "professors."

The Elites promote them to such positions - they're useful in debasing and corrupting the young.
This is what's known as being PROFOUNDLY stupid!
 

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I am surprised it has gone so far down the shithole this fast. This guy in Detroit doesn't get off and its game over. How can anyone in thei right mind even attempt to prosecute this guy?
 

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^^^ She should stop resisting her violent racist misandristic urges and see how that goes. Probably get her ugly ass kicked all over the floor. lol
 

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Never heard anything else about any lawsuits tied to that.
I will look it up.

They got bought off for $103 million

$103 Million Settlement Approved Over FIU Bridge Collapse
"I think this is a textbook example of all the good that can be accomplished in Chapter 11," said Berger Singerman partner Jordi Guso, who represents the contractor that filed for bankruptcy after its bridge collapsed near Florida International University's Sweetwater campus.

https://www.law.com/dailybusinessre...-fiu-bridge-collapse/?slreturn=20200602083431
 

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They wont stop till we are all DEAD! This is WAR!

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NYT Targets Mount Rushmore: Indigenous Land, KKK Ties, Slave Owner Presidents



The New York Times has set its sights on Mount Rushmore as protesters demand the removal of historic monuments in the name of racial justice, citing its location on “Indigenous land,” the sculptor’s purported ties to white supremacy, and two of its subjects’ slave ownership.



“Mount Rushmore was built on land that belonged to the Lakota tribe and sculpted by a man who had strong bonds with the Ku Klux Klan. It features the faces of 2 U.S. presidents who were slaveholders,” the New York Times wrote, linking to a news article detailing complaints against American landmark:



https://www.breitbart.com/the-media/2020/07/01/nyt-targets-mount-rushmore-built-on-indigenous-land-features-slave-holding-presidents/

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They want Trump to react with armed forces - so they can feed the meme that he's Literally Hitler.

Thing of it is, Trump may not, because elections. They may just follow through and blow off the sculpture.

This is beyond insane.
 

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I’ve got my own 10 suggestions for black people (generalizing of course)

1) stop killing each other and blaming the police
2) understand that blacks can and are far more racist toward whites (current thinking is blacks definitionally can’t be racist)
3) take responsibility for your own life and your own actions - quit blaming others for your failures
4) stop being pussies and fight your battles one-on-one (quit your gang attacks and sucker punching)
5) Stop looting and rioting - if you follow the law you won’t be ostracized
6) Learn to speak English
7) Get off public assistance and pull your own weight “Get a job”
8) have some sexual impulse control and raise your own children in non broken homes
9) show some respect and you’ll get respect
10) you used to make such wonderful music (jazz style al). There are more than your three words that you can use in your rap lyrics (Ho, F$&k, and Sh*t)
 

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I’ve got my own 10 suggestions for black people (generalizing of course)

1) stop killing each other and blaming the police
2) understand that blacks can and are far more racist toward whites (current thinking is blacks definitionally can’t be racist)
3) take responsibility for your own life and your own actions - quit blaming others for your failures
4) stop being pussies and fight your battles one-on-one (quit your gang attacks and sucker punching)
5) Stop looting and rioting - if you follow the law you won’t be ostracized
6) Learn to speak English
7) Get off public assistance and pull your own weight “Get a job”
8) have some sexual impulse control and raise your own children in non broken homes
9) show some respect and you’ll get respect
10) you used to make such wonderful music (jazz style al). There are more than your three words that you can use in your rap lyrics (Ho, F$&k, and Sh*t)
I have heard and read quite a few places that "reverse discrimination" cannot be a real thing.
 

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Live in South Dakota: Protesters have blocked the road. National Guard is on the scene.

 

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https://www.yahoo.com/news/trump-plan-stay-white-house-162113382.html

Trump has a plan to stay in the White House if he loses election, former senator says

President Donald Trump is scheming to retain power in the event of an electoral loss in November, according to a former Senator from Colorado.

Tim Wirth published an op-ed in Newsweek where he lays out his theory, apparently inspired in-part by HBO's adaptation of the Philip Roth novel The Plot Against America.

The former Democratic senator begins with an allegation that Mr Trump will attempt to retain power through voter suppression. Mr Wirth alleges there is a strategy to suppress voter turnout by purging voters - especially inner-city voters - from registration rolls and to suppress mail-in voting. He also believes physical polling locations will be limited, especially in urban areas, in an effort to create long lines on Election Day and discourage voting.

Mr Wirth's allegations that there has been an effort in Republican-led states to remove people from the voter-roll is accurate.

According to data compiled by Mother Jones, between 2016 and 2018, more than 17 million names have been removed from the voter rolls. While names are removed from voter rolls every year due to deaths or citizens leaving the state, the number of voters removed from the rolls since 2016 has significantly increased.

Between 2016 and 2018, states on average removed 7.6 per cent of their voters from the rolls. However, the purge in some states went much further.

Indiana purged the greatest number of voters, removing 22.3 per cent of the state's voters from its rolls. Both Virginia and Wisconsin removed 14 per cent, and Maine, Oklahoma and Massachusetts removed between 11 and 12.1 per cent.

Mr Wirth's theory about Mr Trump trying to retain power following the 2020 US election doesn't end at the ballot box, however. He believes that - should the president lose - he will claim the vote was rigged and rely on a complicated gambit involving emergency powers and the compliance of Republican legislators to stay in the White House.

According to Mr Wirth, should Mr Trump lose in a scenario where challenger Joe Biden beats him by "decent but not overwhelming" margins in the swing states of Arizona, Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania, Mr Trump will declare that the vote was rigged.

He will supposedly blame mail-in ballots and Chinese election interference for the loss and invoke emergency powers to launch a Justice Department investigation into alleged "election hacking" in the swing states.

From there, Mr Wirth claims Mr Trump will stall until 14 December, which is the date when states must appoint their US Electoral College electors. Because the swing states are each controlled by Republicans, Mr Wirth believes the state legislatures will refuse to certify their electors until the election hacking investigation is finished.

He then claims the Democrats will challenge the investigation and the challenge to the election, which will eventually be taken to the US Supreme Court. Mr Wirth believes the Supreme Court will rule against the Republicans, but will concede that Mr Trump's emergency powers authorise him to continue his investigation. The Supreme Court will also maintain that should the swing states not be able to certify their selectors by 14 December - for any reason - then the Electoral College will have to meet and vote for the president without the swing states included.

Under Mr Wirth's theory, the Electoral College will then meet without the swing states under investigation, and neither candidate will receive enough votes to secure the presidency. According to Mr Wirth, the contested election would then move to the House of Representatives, where each delegation gets to cast one vote towards the presidency.

Since there are more Republican controlled House delegations than Democratic controlled delegations - 26 Republican to 23 Democrats - the Republicans will be the victors of the vote and Mr Trump will remain in office.

Mr Wirth claims the plot is not far-fetched, and points to Mr Trump's threat to invoke the Insurrection Act of 1807 to use the US military against demonstrators at the George Floyd protests, but notes later on that the "recent resistance of our military establishment is an encouraging sign and necessary component of the 'people's firewall'".
 

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https://www.yahoo.com/news/trump-plan-stay-white-house-162113382.html

Trump has a plan to stay in the White House if he loses election, former senator says

President Donald Trump is scheming to retain power in the event of an electoral loss in November, according to a former Senator from Colorado.

Tim Wirth published an op-ed in Newsweek where he lays out his theory, apparently inspired in-part by HBO's adaptation of the Philip Roth novel The Plot Against America.

The former Democratic senator begins with an allegation that Mr Trump will attempt to retain power through voter suppression. Mr Wirth alleges there is a strategy to suppress voter turnout by purging voters - especially inner-city voters - from registration rolls and to suppress mail-in voting. He also believes physical polling locations will be limited, especially in urban areas, in an effort to create long lines on Election Day and discourage voting.

Mr Wirth's allegations that there has been an effort in Republican-led states to remove people from the voter-roll is accurate.

According to data compiled by Mother Jones, between 2016 and 2018, more than 17 million names have been removed from the voter rolls. While names are removed from voter rolls every year due to deaths or citizens leaving the state, the number of voters removed from the rolls since 2016 has significantly increased.

Between 2016 and 2018, states on average removed 7.6 per cent of their voters from the rolls. However, the purge in some states went much further.

Indiana purged the greatest number of voters, removing 22.3 per cent of the state's voters from its rolls. Both Virginia and Wisconsin removed 14 per cent, and Maine, Oklahoma and Massachusetts removed between 11 and 12.1 per cent.

Mr Wirth's theory about Mr Trump trying to retain power following the 2020 US election doesn't end at the ballot box, however. He believes that - should the president lose - he will claim the vote was rigged and rely on a complicated gambit involving emergency powers and the compliance of Republican legislators to stay in the White House.

According to Mr Wirth, should Mr Trump lose in a scenario where challenger Joe Biden beats him by "decent but not overwhelming" margins in the swing states of Arizona, Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania, Mr Trump will declare that the vote was rigged.

He will supposedly blame mail-in ballots and Chinese election interference for the loss and invoke emergency powers to launch a Justice Department investigation into alleged "election hacking" in the swing states.

From there, Mr Wirth claims Mr Trump will stall until 14 December, which is the date when states must appoint their US Electoral College electors. Because the swing states are each controlled by Republicans, Mr Wirth believes the state legislatures will refuse to certify their electors until the election hacking investigation is finished.

He then claims the Democrats will challenge the investigation and the challenge to the election, which will eventually be taken to the US Supreme Court. Mr Wirth believes the Supreme Court will rule against the Republicans, but will concede that Mr Trump's emergency powers authorise him to continue his investigation. The Supreme Court will also maintain that should the swing states not be able to certify their selectors by 14 December - for any reason - then the Electoral College will have to meet and vote for the president without the swing states included.

Under Mr Wirth's theory, the Electoral College will then meet without the swing states under investigation, and neither candidate will receive enough votes to secure the presidency. According to Mr Wirth, the contested election would then move to the House of Representatives, where each delegation gets to cast one vote towards the presidency.

Since there are more Republican controlled House delegations than Democratic controlled delegations - 26 Republican to 23 Democrats - the Republicans will be the victors of the vote and Mr Trump will remain in office.

Mr Wirth claims the plot is not far-fetched, and points to Mr Trump's threat to invoke the Insurrection Act of 1807 to use the US military against demonstrators at the George Floyd protests, but notes later on that the "recent resistance of our military establishment is an encouraging sign and necessary component of the 'people's firewall'".
Remember when the left was putting forth the theory that Trump wouldn't accept the results of the 2016 election...and it turned out that THEY were the ones incapable of accepting the results of the 2020 election?
 

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https://www.yahoo.com/news/trump-plan-stay-white-house-162113382.html

Trump has a plan to stay in the White House if he loses election, former senator says

President Donald Trump is scheming to retain power in the event of an electoral loss in November, according to a former Senator from Colorado.

Tim Wirth published an op-ed in Newsweek where he lays out his theory, apparently inspired in-part by HBO's adaptation of the Philip Roth novel The Plot Against America.

The former Democratic senator begins with an allegation that Mr Trump will attempt to retain power through voter suppression. Mr Wirth alleges there is a strategy to suppress voter turnout by purging voters - especially inner-city voters - from registration rolls and to suppress mail-in voting. He also believes physical polling locations will be limited, especially in urban areas, in an effort to create long lines on Election Day and discourage voting.

Mr Wirth's allegations that there has been an effort in Republican-led states to remove people from the voter-roll is accurate.

According to data compiled by Mother Jones, between 2016 and 2018, more than 17 million names have been removed from the voter rolls. While names are removed from voter rolls every year due to deaths or citizens leaving the state, the number of voters removed from the rolls since 2016 has significantly increased.

Between 2016 and 2018, states on average removed 7.6 per cent of their voters from the rolls. However, the purge in some states went much further.

Indiana purged the greatest number of voters, removing 22.3 per cent of the state's voters from its rolls. Both Virginia and Wisconsin removed 14 per cent, and Maine, Oklahoma and Massachusetts removed between 11 and 12.1 per cent.

Mr Wirth's theory about Mr Trump trying to retain power following the 2020 US election doesn't end at the ballot box, however. He believes that - should the president lose - he will claim the vote was rigged and rely on a complicated gambit involving emergency powers and the compliance of Republican legislators to stay in the White House.

According to Mr Wirth, should Mr Trump lose in a scenario where challenger Joe Biden beats him by "decent but not overwhelming" margins in the swing states of Arizona, Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania, Mr Trump will declare that the vote was rigged.

He will supposedly blame mail-in ballots and Chinese election interference for the loss and invoke emergency powers to launch a Justice Department investigation into alleged "election hacking" in the swing states.

From there, Mr Wirth claims Mr Trump will stall until 14 December, which is the date when states must appoint their US Electoral College electors. Because the swing states are each controlled by Republicans, Mr Wirth believes the state legislatures will refuse to certify their electors until the election hacking investigation is finished.

He then claims the Democrats will challenge the investigation and the challenge to the election, which will eventually be taken to the US Supreme Court. Mr Wirth believes the Supreme Court will rule against the Republicans, but will concede that Mr Trump's emergency powers authorise him to continue his investigation. The Supreme Court will also maintain that should the swing states not be able to certify their selectors by 14 December - for any reason - then the Electoral College will have to meet and vote for the president without the swing states included.

Under Mr Wirth's theory, the Electoral College will then meet without the swing states under investigation, and neither candidate will receive enough votes to secure the presidency. According to Mr Wirth, the contested election would then move to the House of Representatives, where each delegation gets to cast one vote towards the presidency.

Since there are more Republican controlled House delegations than Democratic controlled delegations - 26 Republican to 23 Democrats - the Republicans will be the victors of the vote and Mr Trump will remain in office.

Mr Wirth claims the plot is not far-fetched, and points to Mr Trump's threat to invoke the Insurrection Act of 1807 to use the US military against demonstrators at the George Floyd protests, but notes later on that the "recent resistance of our military establishment is an encouraging sign and necessary component of the 'people's firewall'".


The deomonrats should fight voter suppression by demanding voter ID.
 

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I have heard and read quite a few places that "reverse discrimination" cannot be a real thing.

Yeah, me too. That's a lie from Hell. Hate directed to anyone from anyone based on race is racism.
 

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Live in South Dakota: Protesters have blocked the road. National Guard is on the scene.


BLM folks are mixed in with the Native American protesters. I saw BLM signs. That has nothing to do with the Native Americans who were protesting this event. Probably some Antifa creeps in there too.
 

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Some local addys.
Since the fireworks have been canceled.
They have this planned in the City Center at the bandshell and surrounding area.
Note: they have built a host of new high rise condos down there with pretty high $ units, I am sure these folks are thrilled.
The local LBGTQ " rag " says, among other things
" we must say, a better use of the park on the 4th than fireworks "
and another comment
" better than celebrating a facade "
( which is the one that got me )
Yup...the whole state...one election away.
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