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When the rioting started, walz said the ones causing damage were white nationalists, with no proof. He also said 80% of the people doing the damage were from out of state. Well that was incorrect too. 80% were in state.

I thought governor goofy was bad and then walz came in. He is worse. The incompetence is out of this world.

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It's the nature of things, I guess, that in a world of leftists and their enablers burning cities, looting stores, and massive increases in dead blacks (which apparently is a-OK to the liberals) the possibility, just possibility, that A guy who was doing some of the damage in Minnesota was a "white nationalist" has become a victory. A reason for the gun boards democrats to come out of hiding to celebrate.

Makes no sense to me but Auntie Nancy seems pretty energized about it.

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I'm sure it's debilitating to be wrong about everything, all the time. I will give em credit for consistency, though.
Our local government idiots have been tirelessly pushing the narrative that white supremacists are the ones doing all the damage, lighting the fires, assaulting LEOs, etc... they've been doing it from the start. So long, in fact, that they've expanded their fairy tale to include Portland Police as conspirators the rioting mayem.
If they could find one, just ONE, white supremacist, Proud Boy, LEO, or even just a Trump supporter, then they could do the victory lap.
Maybe stop talking so much and get to looking... allow the riots to continue til you find that Aryan, white nationalist unicorn so you can prove how smart you are and get your picture taken in the smoking ruin of a city that you swore to serve so the whole country can witness your success.
 
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I'm sure it's debilitating to be wrong about everything, all the time. I will give em credit for consistency, though.
Our local government idiots have been tirelessly pushing the narrative that white supremacists are the ones doing all the damage, lighting the fires, assaulting LEOs, etc... they've been doing it from the start. So long, in fact, that they've expanded their fairy tale to include Portland Police as conspirators the rioting mayem.
If they could find one, just ONE, white supremacist, Proud Boy, LEO, or even just a Trump supporter, then they could do the victory lap.
Maybe stop talking so much and get to looking... allow the riots to continue til you find that Aryan, white nationalist unicorn so you can prove how smart you are and get your picture taken in the smoking ruin of a city that you swore to serve so the whole country can witness your success.
False narrative. The argument is this person and others like him seek specifically to incite rioting, and took actions very early on during the protests to further that goal, in service of their desire for a race war. There is no argument made that others did not contribute or increase the level of violence, or that without umbrella man and his ilk, nothing would have happened.

Remember why the protests began - the murder of George Floyd by state actors after a long line of similar incidents generally ignored by white people. The growing protest movement was a source of opportunity for miscreants of all stripes, some common criminals like looters, others using violence when peaceful protest would have been more effective in getting policies changed, and still others who sought to create or take advantage of chaos to further their anti-american goals.

The fact that you and others here focus so tightly on the looters and violent protesters, while ignoring the vast majority of peaceful protesters of all races and walks of life, and continuing to this day, tells me a lot about where you stand on human rights and the US constitution. Fascism hasn't recently taken root in this country - it was just hiding until the worst possible example of humanity was elected to the white house and put public voice to it.

The Republican party was once focused on small government, low taxes, and the concept of freedom in free markets. All worthwhile goals and positions, and yet there's not one of them in office now with the backbone to stand up and say we elected a monster and we must remove him from office. The party talked a great game about patriotic duty, yet said nothing when he publicly attacked a gold star family, insulted John McCain's service record, enriches himself and his family at the taxpayer's expense.

Under him, our country is diminished and made weak before our enemies. If you can't see that, if you still blindly support him and his enablers in congress, if you think he's making america great again, good luck to you. I don't want the inevitable attacks against 2A, but we won't have a country at all if he is allowed to retain power.

The Republican party needs to take the loss this november, lick it's wounds, re-evaluate what it means to be a Republican, and come back better and stronger in 2024. We need them to counter the hard left, but that's not going to happen if they let him destroy the party.
 

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False narrative. The argument is this person and others like him seek specifically to incite rioting, and took actions very early on during the protests to further that goal, in service of their desire for a race war. There is no argument made that others did not contribute or increase the level of violence, or that without umbrella man and his ilk, nothing would have happened.

Remember why the protests began - the murder of George Floyd by state actors after a long line of similar incidents generally ignored by white people. The growing protest movement was a source of opportunity for miscreants of all stripes, some common criminals like looters, others using violence when peaceful protest would have been more effective in getting policies changed, and still others who sought to create or take advantage of chaos to further their anti-american goals.

The fact that you and others here focus so tightly on the looters and violent protesters, while ignoring the vast majority of peaceful protesters of all races and walks of life, and continuing to this day, tells me a lot about where you stand on human rights and the US constitution. Fascism hasn't recently taken root in this country - it was just hiding until the worst possible example of humanity was elected to the white house and put public voice to it.

The Republican party was once focused on small government, low taxes, and the concept of freedom in free markets. All worthwhile goals and positions, and yet there's not one of them in office now with the backbone to stand up and say we elected a monster and we must remove him from office. The party talked a great game about patriotic duty, yet said nothing when he publicly attacked a gold star family, insulted John McCain's service record, enriches himself and his family at the taxpayer's expense.

Under him, our country is diminished and made weak before our enemies. If you can't see that, if you still blindly support him and his enablers in congress, if you think he's making america great again, good luck to you. I don't want the inevitable attacks against 2A, but we won't have a country at all if he is allowed to retain power.

The Republican party needs to take the loss this november, lick it's wounds, re-evaluate what it means to be a Republican, and come back better and stronger in 2024. We need them to counter the hard left, but that's not going to happen if they let him destroy the party.
Your unwavering commitment to ignorance is amazing, truly.

Murder rates in black communities and crime rates in democratic controlled cities are off the charts with mostly black youths dying at alarming rates, to the point where it's safer for a young black man to be a soldier in Afghanistan than a typical kid in Chicago. White spoiled socialist kids burn Portland daily, businesses destroyed, livelihoods ruined, jobs lost to violence and riots across the country but all centralized in democratic controlled cities. Meanwhile zero actual police reform is taking place, reforms that pretty much everyone agrees needs to happen, because the rioting wing of the democratic party is too busy beating store owners and tearing down statues.

And your brain freezes at Orange Man Bad. Remarkable. Time to condemn the Republicans because, well, you know one trick so it's the one you perform.

Republicans, not rioting, not burning cities, not murdering blacks in the city of Chicago or Baltimore or St. Louis. Republicans not tearing down statues and attacking the history and foundation of the country. Republicans not trying their hardest to destroy the culture and make even watching sports so offensive that anyone who respects this country basically has to turn the channel. Republicans in complete agreement that we need police reforms, that we need better training, that we need ways to get a murderer like the guy who killed Floyd off the force, and pretty much across the board willing to work with democrats to find someway to reduce the violence in our cities and address the excesses of the police. But zero changes are going to happen, Tim Scott tried but the democrats refused completely to work towards reforms. The democrats killed police reform, let the moment pass where real change could have happened because that party enjoys racism, stokes the fires of racism, makes sure that racism continues because they PROFIT from it. Fact.

Meanwhile you potentially finding a white supremist (POTENTIALLY) was involved in breaking windows in a riot that thousands of the dem base rioted and looted is laughable.

I'll admit, it's more fun to tease you than it should be Auntie Nancy. A better man would take a higher road.

But that's said, to look around the country and see what his happening on July 31 2020 and conclude that the problem is the Republicans and Orange Man Bad, considering they are doing NONE of the things that are destroying this country, is an expression of ignorance and stupidity that is stunning to witness. Truly, amazing.
 

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False narrative. The argument is this person and others like him seek specifically to incite rioting, and took actions very early on during the protests to further that goal, in service of their desire for a race war. There is no argument made that others did not contribute or increase the level of violence, or that without umbrella man and his ilk, nothing would have happened.

Remember why the protests began - the murder of George Floyd by state actors after a long line of similar incidents generally ignored by white people. The growing protest movement was a source of opportunity for miscreants of all stripes, some common criminals like looters, others using violence when peaceful protest would have been more effective in getting policies changed, and still others who sought to create or take advantage of chaos to further their anti-american goals.

The fact that you and others here focus so tightly on the looters and violent protesters, while ignoring the vast majority of peaceful protesters of all races and walks of life, and continuing to this day, tells me a lot about where you stand on human rights and the US constitution. Fascism hasn't recently taken root in this country - it was just hiding until the worst possible example of humanity was elected to the white house and put public voice to it.

The Republican party was once focused on small government, low taxes, and the concept of freedom in free markets. All worthwhile goals and positions, and yet there's not one of them in office now with the backbone to stand up and say we elected a monster and we must remove him from office. The party talked a great game about patriotic duty, yet said nothing when he publicly attacked a gold star family, insulted John McCain's service record, enriches himself and his family at the taxpayer's expense.

Under him, our country is diminished and made weak before our enemies. If you can't see that, if you still blindly support him and his enablers in congress, if you think he's making america great again, good luck to you. I don't want the inevitable attacks against 2A, but we won't have a country at all if he is allowed to retain power.

The Republican party needs to take the loss this november, lick it's wounds, re-evaluate what it means to be a Republican, and come back better and stronger in 2024. We need them to counter the hard left, but that's not going to happen if they let him destroy the party.
A war requires two different parties. I only see one on the streets, the only thing they have in common is a big “L” on their foreheads.

A “long line of similar instances” can be (and regularly is) surpassed in 24 hours on the streets of Chicago, yet nobody cares.

Trump offends a lot of sensitive people, and I think that’s good. You can’t please everyone, and if the far left is crying than I’m probably smiling.
 

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False narrative. The argument is this person and others like him seek specifically to incite rioting, and took actions very early on during the protests to further that goal, in service of their desire for a race war. There is no argument made that others did not contribute or increase the level of violence, or that without umbrella man and his ilk, nothing would have happened.

Remember why the protests began - the murder of George Floyd by state actors after a long line of similar incidents generally ignored by white people. The growing protest movement was a source of opportunity for miscreants of all stripes, some common criminals like looters, others using violence when peaceful protest would have been more effective in getting policies changed, and still others who sought to create or take advantage of chaos to further their anti-american goals.

The fact that you and others here focus so tightly on the looters and violent protesters, while ignoring the vast majority of peaceful protesters of all races and walks of life, and continuing to this day, tells me a lot about where you stand on human rights and the US constitution. Fascism hasn't recently taken root in this country - it was just hiding until the worst possible example of humanity was elected to the white house and put public voice to it.

The Republican party was once focused on small government, low taxes, and the concept of freedom in free markets. All worthwhile goals and positions, and yet there's not one of them in office now with the backbone to stand up and say we elected a monster and we must remove him from office. The party talked a great game about patriotic duty, yet said nothing when he publicly attacked a gold star family, insulted John McCain's service record, enriches himself and his family at the taxpayer's expense.

Under him, our country is diminished and made weak before our enemies. If you can't see that, if you still blindly support him and his enablers in congress, if you think he's making america great again, good luck to you. I don't want the inevitable attacks against 2A, but we won't have a country at all if he is allowed to retain power.

The Republican party needs to take the loss this november, lick it's wounds, re-evaluate what it means to be a Republican, and come back better and stronger in 2024. We need them to counter the hard left, but that's not going to happen if they let him destroy the party.
Like to know where all these peaceful protests you speak of are.

When did destruction of PUBLIC PROPERTY and destruction of private businesses become OK.

You swallowed the lefty pill hard.

The party destroying america and its values is the one supporting all this left wing socialist ideals.

Nothing to do with Floyd or race.

That party is the DEMOCRATIC party.





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A war requires two different parties. I only see one on the streets, the only thing they have in common is a big “L” on their foreheads.

A “long line of similar instances” can be (and regularly is) surpassed in 24 hours on the streets of Chicago, yet nobody cares.

Trump offends a lot of sensitive people, and I think that’s good. You can’t please everyone, and if the far left is crying than I’m probably smiling.
Big difference between common criminal activity driven by economics and state murder of it's citizens driven by racism.
 

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Your unwavering commitment to ignorance is amazing, truly.

Murder rates in black communities and crime rates in democratic controlled cities are off the charts with mostly black youths dying at alarming rates, to the point where it's safer for a young black man to be a soldier in Afghanistan than a typical kid in Chicago. White spoiled socialist kids burn Portland daily, businesses destroyed, livelihoods ruined, jobs lost to violence and riots across the country but all centralized in democratic controlled cities. Meanwhile zero actual police reform is taking place, reforms that pretty much everyone agrees needs to happen, because the rioting wing of the democratic party is too busy beating store owners and tearing down statues.

And your brain freezes at Orange Man Bad. Remarkable. Time to condemn the Republicans because, well, you know one trick so it's the one you perform.

Republicans, not rioting, not burning cities, not murdering blacks in the city of Chicago or Baltimore or St. Louis. Republicans not tearing down statues and attacking the history and foundation of the country. Republicans not trying their hardest to destroy the culture and make even watching sports so offensive that anyone who respects this country basically has to turn the channel. Republicans in complete agreement that we need police reforms, that we need better training, that we need ways to get a murderer like the guy who killed Floyd off the force, and pretty much across the board willing to work with democrats to find someway to reduce the violence in our cities and address the excesses of the police. But zero changes are going to happen, Tim Scott tried but the democrats refused completely to work towards reforms. The democrats killed police reform, let the moment pass where real change could have happened because that party enjoys racism, stokes the fires of racism, makes sure that racism continues because they PROFIT from it. Fact.

Meanwhile you potentially finding a white supremist (POTENTIALLY) was involved in breaking windows in a riot that thousands of the dem base rioted and looted is laughable.

I'll admit, it's more fun to tease you than it should be Auntie Nancy. A better man would take a higher road.

But that's said, to look around the country and see what his happening on July 31 2020 and conclude that the problem is the Republicans and Orange Man Bad, considering they are doing NONE of the things that are destroying this country, is an expression of ignorance and stupidity that is stunning to witness. Truly, amazing.
The democrats are not blameless, but you seem to think the republicans are, and you completely avoid responding about the fascist in the white house except for your childish "orange man bad" nonsense. He is a criminal, and your party enables him as he shits on the constitution and pisses on our flag. Go ahead, deny, divert, throw written turds, bloviate as you usually do.

Your guys seem to want power more than anything else, haven't put forward an agenda in years any moderate could get with. Your guys don't actually want to govern, they just want power for it's own sake.

If the R party really wanted to stand up for america, they'd get back to their roots and deal with foreign policy and actually put america first, by way of it's people and by its allies and not kissing up to dictators and communist thugs.
 

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The democrats are not blameless, but you seem to think the republicans are, and you completely avoid responding about the fascist in the white house except for your childish "orange man bad" nonsense. He is a criminal, and your party enables him as he shits on the constitution and pisses on our flag. Go ahead, deny, divert, throw written turds, bloviate as you usually do.

Your guys seem to want power more than anything else, haven't put forward an agenda in years any moderate could get with. Your guys don't actually want to govern, they just want power for it's own sake.

If the R party really wanted to stand up for america, they'd get back to their roots and deal with foreign policy and actually put america first, by way of it's people and by its allies and not kissing up to dictators and communist thugs.
Again, your mind is frozen on Trump.

He's not rioting. His supporters aren't.

He's not opposed to doing something about police reform. His supporters aren't.

He's not murdering young blacks at alarming rates. His supporters aren't.

He's not tearing apart the fabric of our society. His supporters aren't.

All of the major things wrong with the country today are the actions of the left and their mob. ALL of them.

But yes, Trump tweets obnoxious things and he's a man of very low character who's main focus is himself not running the country. And that's all you can concentrate on, which says more about you than it does Trump or anyone else.

I'll make it even more simple, if you look around at America today and you think our biggest problem is the dufus in the white house you're an idiot. Simple as that.
 

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Again, your mind is frozen on Trump.

He's not rioting. His supporters aren't.

He's not opposed to doing something about police reform. His supporters aren't.

He's not murdering young blacks at alarming rates. His supporters aren't.

He's not tearing apart the fabric of our society. His supporters aren't.

All of the major things wrong with the country today are the actions of the left and their mob. ALL of them.

But yes, Trump tweets obnoxious things and he's a man of very low character who's main focus is himself not running the country. And that's all you can concentrate on, which says more about you than it does Trump or anyone else.

I'll make it even more simple, if you look around at America today and you think our biggest problem is the dufus in the white house you're an idiot. Simple as that.
He's not tearing apart the fabric of our society.

Laughable. But yeah, he's a symptom, not the cause, but he makes us worse off in so many ways. Your blind support for him comes from what? Some idea that his heart is in the right place? That he'll pursue good polices but simply can't because the nasty congress won't let him?

Seriously - if you wanted to get something done in policy, you should have elected an actual republican. Not too many of those left, though, considering who they let take over the party. By my observations the decent, moral republicans moved to independent long ago, and the party's base shrinks daily as more come to realize he'll never be what they wanted. And are repelled by him and where the party has gone.

If you think most people in this country want to be associated with him or the party, I think you'll be in for a surprise in November.

In case you don't have enough cash to buy a clue, here's one - how come he had no time to show his respects for Congressman Lewis? Too busy watching cable TV, I guess. Yet three other presidents, republican and democrat, showed up out of respect for him and for our country. Way to show leadership.

Failed party selects failed leader. And you talk about how democrats are to blame and republicans are the bright, shining light for the future.

We may have severe differences in policy positions - but I NEVER voted a criminal and treasonous POS to the white house, let alone allowed him to stay in power and actively work to keep him there.
 

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He's not tearing apart the fabric of our society.

Laughable. But yeah, he's a symptom, not the cause, but he makes us worse off in so many ways. Your blind support for him comes from what? Some idea that his heart is in the right place? That he'll pursue good polices but simply can't because the nasty congress won't let him?

Seriously - if you wanted to get something done in policy, you should have elected an actual republican. Not too many of those left, though, considering who they let take over the party. By my observations the decent, moral republicans moved to independent long ago, and the party's base shrinks daily as more come to realize he'll never be what they wanted. And are repelled by him and where the party has gone.

If you think most people in this country want to be associated with him or the party, I think you'll be in for a surprise in November.

In case you don't have enough cash to buy a clue, here's one - how come he had no time to show his respects for Congressman Lewis? Too busy watching cable TV, I guess. Yet three other presidents, republican and democrat, showed up out of respect for him and for our country. Way to show leadership.

Failed party selects failed leader. And you talk about how democrats are to blame and republicans are the bright, shining light for the future.

We may have severe differences in policy positions - but I NEVER voted a criminal and treasonous POS to the white house, let alone allowed him to stay in power and actively work to keep him there.
You’re ridiculous.

Lots of words to say “orange man bad” and you can’t focus your mind on any other subject.

Just another leftist on the gun board on a mission. Adios Auntie.
 
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He's not tearing apart the fabric of our society.

Laughable. But yeah, he's a symptom, not the cause, but he makes us worse off in so many ways. Your blind support for him comes from what? Some idea that his heart is in the right place? That he'll pursue good polices but simply can't because the nasty congress won't let him?

Seriously - if you wanted to get something done in policy, you should have elected an actual republican. Not too many of those left, though, considering who they let take over the party. By my observations the decent, moral republicans moved to independent long ago, and the party's base shrinks daily as more come to realize he'll never be what they wanted. And are repelled by him and where the party has gone.

If you think most people in this country want to be associated with him or the party, I think you'll be in for a surprise in November.

In case you don't have enough cash to buy a clue, here's one - how come he had no time to show his respects for Congressman Lewis? Too busy watching cable TV, I guess. Yet three other presidents, republican and democrat, showed up out of respect for him and for our country. Way to show leadership.

Failed party selects failed leader. And you talk about how democrats are to blame and republicans are the bright, shining light for the future.

We may have severe differences in policy positions - but I NEVER voted a criminal and treasonous POS to the white house, let alone allowed him to stay in power and actively work to keep him there.
Oh and before I forget.....

F€ck congressman Lewis, an obnoxious and hyper partisan douche.
 
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