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119149 No. 119149 ID: c50cab hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Can't believe trump voters would betray gun owners like this!
https://www.wsj.com/articles/men-discussed-opening-fire-at-pro-gun-rally-in-richmond-officials-say-11579291691
>Three suspected white supremacists arrested in Maryland and Delaware this week had discussed opening fire from different positions at Monday’s planned pro-gun rally in Richmond, Va., in the hopes of causing chaos, law-enforcement officials said.

>Authorities also confirmed they arrested three other men in Georgia this week who are allegedly linked to the same violent, white-supremacist group, called “the Base,” as the men who were heading to Virginia. The Georgia men were arrested on Wednesday for plotting to murder a Georgia couple, the Floyd County, Ga., police department said Friday.

>The group’s activities include recruiting members online, meeting to discuss strategy and practicing at a paramilitary training camp on a 100-acre tract in Silver Creek, Ga., county police said. Silver Creek is an unincorporated part of the county northwest of Atlanta.

>The FBI said it assisted local law enforcement on the Georgia arrests. Law-enforcement agencies have been tracking the group, which aims to “accelerate the downfall of the U.S. government, incite a race war and establish a white ethno-state,” according to an affidavit associated with the Georgia arrests, and filed in a local court.
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>>119170
>The Daily Wire is a politically conservative news and opinion website featuring daily podcasts by Matt Andrew Klavan, Michael Knowles, Matt Walsh, and Editor-In-Chief Ben Shapiro.
>> No. 119172 ID: 0d01d8
>>119171
>watches video in which Bernie's staff members gloat about their plans to put white men in death camps
>responds with le ebin funny face may may from le plebbit
Git gud.

More of Bernie's paid staff members talking about "getting armed for the revolution" and their desire to "guillotine the rich." Oh, and gulags weren't so bad.

https://youtu.be/4zpCVM0delQ

Meanwhile, the Huffington Post publishes opinion pieces saying that white men should be denied the right to vote:

http://web.archive.org/web/20170413112251/http://www.huffingtonpost.co.za/shelley-garland/could-it-be-time-to-deny-white-men-the-franchise_a_22036640/

These people are Reds. They are terrorists, and they pose an existential threat to the nation. If I have to choose between them and "extreme right-wingers," I'll choose the latter every time, with a smile on my face and no regrets, then I will sleep well at night.
>> No. 119174 ID: 3cfb6a
>>119172
In a room inhabited by solely two people, you and me, I will let you misperceive every time without any regrets.
>> No. 119175 ID: 539498
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Newsflash, OP.

Nazis and wignats hate Zion-Don.

But personally, I'll side with nazis over communists any day of the week.
>> No. 119176 ID: 09c7e0
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Bernie "3house" Sanders' "modest vacation cabin" on Lake Champlain.
America's most successful kosher communist real estate mogul!


No. 118108 ID: ca7f0f hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
  Welcome to 1984. Watch it before Sinclair has it deleted.

https://www.seattlepi.com/seattlenews/article/KOMO-fake-news-Sinclair-promos-12792032.php
>The KOMO segments feature several different pairs of anchors sticking word-for-word to a Sinclair script they were required to read.

>"They're certainly not happy about it," a KOMO newsroom employee told SeattlePI. "It's certainly a forced thing."

>SeattlePI obtained a copy of the script, which is posted below unedited and in its entirety:
>[excrpited for length]


>The claim of balanced reporting is undermined by must-run segments like the one about the "Deep State" that ran during KOMO's 6 p.m. newscast last week. In the March 21 segment, former Trump adviser Sebastian Gorka parroted a Trump talking point regarding the existence of a "Deep State" attempting to undermine the U.S. government.

>That segment was produced by Sinclair's Kristine Frazao, who before coming to Sinclair was a reporter and anchor for the Russian-government funded news network RT, described as "the Kremlin's propaganda outlet" by the Columbia Journalism Review.
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>> No. 118116 ID: 09c7e0
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Nah that was Shub-Niggurath that was the Quake boss, I googled it.
>> No. 118118 ID: a8abc3
>>118115
The book of Judges 12:4-6
Then Jephthah gathered together all the men of Gilead and fought against Ephraim. The men of Gilead defeated Ephraim, and Gilead seized the fords of the Jordan against Ephraim. When any of the fleeing Ephraimites said, “Let me pass,” the men of Gilead would say to him, “Are you an Ephraimite?” If he answered, “No!” they would ask him to say “Shibboleth.”[a] If he said “Sibboleth,” not pronouncing it exactly right, they would seize him and kill him at the fords of the Jordan. Forty-two thousand Ephraimites fell at that time.

Outside of the bible, one of the most famous example of a Shibboleth occurred in WWII. If a "lost" American or British soldier suddenly appeared out of the woods, he would be asked to pronounce the word squirrel. It's near impossible for native German speakers to say.

Outside of conflict and linguistic difference, a shibboleth may be a cultural touchstone or group shared experience that is used to identify insiders and outsiders. I'm sure everyone here has seen this in stolen honor videos or accounts. (What's your MOS? What's the order of precedence for medals? What's on the menu at Aziz's in Bagram that won't give you diarrhea?).
>> No. 118119 ID: 5d32e7
>>118109
Not if you get killed.
>> No. 119161 ID: 5d41f1
Our overlords don't even have a good reason for the nanny police state anymore. Toothpicks must be outlawed to protect the environment. Rope must be banned for safety. Baseball hats must be outlawed because they are ugly. Insurance must be mandatory to protect the insurance industry. Flagpoles must be banned to protect property values.

Why not just put Americans in prison when they're born?

(Hey, if any of y'all see any posts like this, report them. I'm trying to stay on top of this spammer.)
(Thanks.)
>> No. 119169 ID: 0d01d8
>>119161
>implying


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119147 No. 119147 ID: 4fa264 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
https://www.cbsnews.com/news/pensacola-shooting-saudi-service-members-to-be-expelled-investigation-florida-base-shooting-2020-01-12/

More than a dozen Saudi service members training at U.S. bases will be expelled, a U.S. official confirmed to CBS News' David Martin. The service members are being expelled after an investigation into the deadly December shooting by a Saudi national at Naval Air Station Pensacola.

The service members are not accused of having involvement in the shooting, but some are said to be linked to extremist movements and a number are accused of possessing child pornography.

Secretary of Defense Mark Esper said on "Face the Nation" on Sunday that there has been an investigation by the Department of Justice and FBI into the shooting.

"I've signed out directives that address enhanced screening of all of our foreign students that address credentialing going forward, weapons policies, etc.," Esper told CBS News. "So we're doing everything we can. The investigation is being conducted by DOJ and FBI. I'm sure they will release something on that in the coming days."
>> No. 119151 ID: 354236
>>119150
>posted from my iPhone X in Novosibirsk, Russian Federation


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https://www.nbcnews.com/news/amp/ncna887066

WASHINGTON — Supreme Court Justice Anthony M. Kennedy announced Wednesday that he will retire at the end of next month, preparing the way for the most significant change in the court's makeup in half a century.

The vacancy will allow President Donald Trump to make the U.S. Supreme court a solidly conservative body for years, if not generations, to come — a towering legacy of his time in office.
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>> No. 118458 ID: 02cdbc
Not only is gun control dead in the water, Roe v. Wade, the Civil Rights Act(s) and the 1965 immigration act are on the chopping block, and that's a good thing
>> No. 118461 ID: 144905
>>118458
How the fuck do you figure?
>> No. 118462 ID: 94e1e5
>>118461

The CRA was a moral choice, but flatly unconstitutional on its face. We need the same thing, but done properly as an amendment. I don't think getting the immigration act out of the way in favor of strong immigration reform needs an explanation, and Roe vs Wade should have always been a State by State issue per the 10th Amendment.
>> No. 118466 ID: 5218fb
>>118462
hey so SoyMan, do you still think the families of law enforcement officers are legitimate targets? what about ICE agents?
>> No. 118481 ID: d1f26d
https://www.vox.com/platform/amp/policy-and-politics/2018/7/22/17600344/kavanaugh-watergate-executive-power-nixon

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s views on presidential powers are not helping those concerned about the integrity of the Russia investigation sleep better at night. The latest development: the judge’s suggestion many years ago that the Supreme Court might have gotten it wrong when it compelled President Richard Nixon to turn over the Watergate tapes.

In the trove of documentation Kavanaugh turned in to the Senate Judiciary Committee as part of the confirmation process is a 1999 roundtable discussion where Kavanaugh floated the idea that maybe the United States’ highest court made a mistake in 1974. That’s the year it ruled unanimously in United States v. Nixon that the president had to hand over to a federal district court the tape recordings and other subpoenaed materials tied to the Watergate break-in. Mark Sherman at the Associated Press was the first to report the comments.

Kavanaugh’s belief in the importance of executive power is already under scrutiny, especially in light of special counsel Robert Mueller’s ongoing investigation and the possibility that President Donald Trump could be subpoenaed or, less likely, indicted. As Vox’s Jen Kirby points out, the Supreme Court could wind up hearing some element of the Russia investigation, and there’s a possibility Kavanaugh could be one of the justices to decide on the matter.

In a transcript of a roundtable discussion published in the January-February 1999 issue of the Washington Lawyer on attorney-client privilege, Kavanaugh suggested that the Nixon case might have been “wrongly decided.” Per the AP, he said:

But maybe Nixon was wrongly decided — heresy though it is to say so. Nixon took away the power of the president to control information in the executive branch by holding that the courts had power and jurisdiction to order the president to disclose information in response to a subpoena sought by a subordinate executive branch official. That was a huge step with implications to this day that most people do not appreciate sufficiently...Maybe the tension of the time led to an erroneous decision.
At another point, he said perhaps the court should have stayed out of the dispute altogether.

It’s not necessarily an open-and-shut case that Kavanaugh disagrees with the Supreme Court’s 8-0 decision on the Nixon tapes.


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118565 No. 118565 ID: 1b83dc hide watch quickreply [Reply]
http://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/403492-dnc-moves-to-limit-role-of-superdelegates-in-presidential-nominations

The Democratic National Committee (DNC) voted overwhelmingly on Saturday to limit the role of superdelegates in choosing the party’s presidential nominee, moving to heal internal divisions that emerged during the bitter 2016 primaries.

The reform, adopted by voice vote at the DNC’s summer meeting in Chicago, will bar superdelegates — lawmakers, former presidents and other party dignitaries — from voting during the first ballot of the nominating process.
>> No. 118568 ID: 41441c
Meanwhile the New York Democratic party establishment is so scared of upstart progressives and the DSA they're just nominating random members to keep "insurgents" like Ocasio-Cortez from getting nominated.

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/08/24/nyregion/queens-candidates-nominated-without-knowing.html

>There is just one problem: Ms. Gambichler, a 72-year-old retired court clerk, did not know she was running for anything. Nor does she wish to run. “I have no idea what that’s about,” she said.

>She had been nominated, without her knowledge, by the borough’s Democratic Party leadership, which is struggling to maintain control after the longtime Queens party chairman, Representative Joseph Crowley, was trounced by the left-leaning insurgent Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in a June Congressional primary that sent tremors through the Democratic establishment nationwide.

>Ms. Gambichler is hardly alone.

>The New York Times called dozens of the Queens party machine’s nominees for county committee. The candidates for 21 seats were running without their consent.

>Most of these candidates did not know they were running at all until a reporter told them; two, including Ms. Gambichler, found out when they got letters from the city Board of Elections showing how their names would appear on the Sept. 13 primary ballot. Only four candidates The Times spoke to said they were running on purpose.


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118141 No. 118141 ID: f91983 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
…Iron man Mattis halts deliveries. Nice to know that at least one person has their eye on the bottom line. Didn't the president promise to get rid of the thing completely?

http://thehill.com/policy/defense/382711-pentagon-stops-accepting-f-35-deliveries-from-lockheed-report

The Defense Department has reportedly stopped accepting F-35 jets from Lockheed Martin because of a dispute over who would be responsible for covering the costs to fix a production error found in more than 200 of them.

“Production on the F-35 program continues and we are confident we will meet our delivery target of 91 aircraft for 2018. While all work in our factories remains active, the F-35 Joint Program Office has temporarily suspended accepting aircraft until we reach an agreement on a contractual issue and we expect this to be resolved soon,” a Lockheed spokeswoman told Reuters.

Fixing the jets won’t be simple because it could require technicians to travel to stations around the world, anonymous sources told Reuters.


It isn’t clear when the suspension began, but the Pentagon allegedly received two jets despite the suspension.

This isn’t the first time technical errors have disrupted the Pentagon’s most expensive weapons program.

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>> No. 118390 ID: 3f6978
At this point, if anyone at the DoD had balls, they'd tell LockMart to either fix their shit at zero cost to the government or we're going to nationalize the entire program and charge the lot of them with fraud.

Of course, that's assuming this money is actually going to the F-35 project and not being laundered and funneled back out to black-budget fuckery.
>> No. 118393 ID: 649f2c
>>118390
>that's assuming this money is actually going to the F-35 project and not being laundered and funneled back out to black-budget fuckery.
you whats kind of ridiculous is that the program itself is so enormously large and complex that no one individual will ever know the answer to that question. you'd need to give a large team of people PhDs in aeronautical accounting years just to get an estimate.
>> No. 119129 ID: 793056
Why did we get nucked back to 2018?
>> No. 119132 ID: 157532
>>119129
because of the spambot that bumps old threads and tries to flood the board.
>> No. 119134 ID: 61e76a
>>119132
fair one.


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Help RMS defeat the tranny faggot sjws destroying Free Software. Learn the truth of what is happening and spread these links everywhere.

https://sterling-archermedes.github.io/
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https://jorgemorais.gitlab.io/justice-for-rms/
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https://gnu.support/richard-stallman/Ludovic-Court%C3%A8s-Guix-is-accusing-Stallman-of-Thoughtcrime-on-his-own-domain-GNU-org.html
https://geoff.greer.fm/2019/09/30/in-defense-of-richard-stallman/
https://neritam.wordpress.com/2019/10/11/no-justification-for-stallmans-resignation/
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117874 No. 117874 ID: 31d098 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
>after 3 more years it will be up to $2.5 trillion dollar a year!
>thanks obama!
The Treasury Department is on track to borrow nearly $1 trillion this fiscal year, almost double the amount the federal government borrowed last year, The Washington Post reported Saturday.

The government is likely to borrow $955 billion during this fiscal year, which is the first full fiscal year under President Trump. The government last year borrowed $519 billion, the Post noted, adding that the increase was attributed primarily to the "fiscal outlook."

The Treasury Department last week released its estimates for how much it would need to borrow for the next two quarters.

The report came the same day that the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) moved up its projected deadline for when the Treasury would run out of cash, citing the Republican tax overhaul.
The nonpartisan budget scorekeeper had estimated in November that the Treasury would run out of cash in late March or early April. After Trump signed the tax-cut law in December, however, the CBO revised its estimate to the first half of March.

If the Treasury Department runs out of cash, the government would delay payments, default on its debt or both, the CBO said.

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin urged lawmakers Tuesday to raise the debt ceiling as soon as possible.

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>> No. 117896 ID: a8533b
>Crashing the ship
Good
that's why I voted for Hilldog, because I knew she'd end this failed experiment known as the USA and in the chaos I'd get to shoot minorities, weak cuck progressives and their dogs and brown people

Make America Great Again via Balkanization, if that fails nazification
>> No. 117898 ID: 0e8e6d
>>117896
>and their dogs

ATF detected.
>> No. 117901 ID: 6c0b37
>>117898
Acid is gonna get demoted if he doesn't stop another terror plot that he created.
>> No. 117904 ID: df12a0
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>be teacher
>totally Trump's fault you're in the worst possible career field in cash-strapped MI, where the Party-in-Power thrives off the idiocy of the masses, so it's a no-brainer for them to cut the education budget time and again
>oh wait, you almost forgot that you're in a position to perpetuate the hate
>> No. 118392 ID: 791741
http://www.thetimesnews.com/opinion/20180612/editorial-national-debt-must-be-main-topic-in-2020


Retiring Starbucks executive Howard Schultz’s interest in a 2020 presidential bid made national headlines because of his strong and unexpected focus on fiscal responsibility. To date, Schultz’s national profile mostly reflected his aggressive advocacy of progressive social causes. But in an interview with CNBC, the Seattle billionaire expressed disbelief at how many Democrats had eagerly embraced a government takeover of health care and a federal full-employment jobs program without first answering this basic question: “How are we going to pay for these things?” He went on to say, “I think the greatest threat domestically to the country is this $21 trillion debt hanging over … America and future generations.”

Hallelujah. Whether or not Donald Trump has soured you on the idea of the ultra-wealthy seeking the Oval Office, rational Americans should welcome the possibility that fiscal conservatism emerges as a key issue in 2020. Unless responsible adults begin to step up, disaster looms. The Congressional Budget Office predicts annual federal budget deficits of $1 trillion or more will become the new norm by 2020, leading the already-staggering national debt to reach $33 trillion in a decade. Meanwhile, the amount of money the federal government spends just to service the national debt is on pace to go from $263 billion in 2017 to $1.05 trillion in 2028 — at which point it would dwarf annual military spending or the yearly Medicare budget.

Here’s the easiest way to grasp how risky this is: Imagine if your household was on track to have to spend 20 percent of its income just to make minimum payments on your credit cards — and yet family members kept adding new charges. That’s just what Congress did with its February budget deal, which included the single largest spending increase since the massive stimulus bill was passed in 2009 to limit the pain of the Great Recession.

Traditional Republican claims to care about fiscal conservatism have been annihilated by the actions of President Donald Trump, House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. The party that crowed after it forced the Obama administration to accept a 2011 law mandating a long-term budget “sequester” containing domestic and defense spending happily voted for a budget that exceeded the spending caps by nearly $300 billion.

But the irresponsibility of the GOP’s ramping up spending while also adopting big tax cuts is paralleled by Democrats’ increasing unanimity that government should provide more and more freebies. Instead of shoring up the most basic government safety-net program — the deeply underfunded Social Security system — they also want not just health
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  Posting here after this was shadow banned by different submitters on plebbit's /r/news and mod-banned at /r/worldnews

Undercover video taken by an investigator from Project Veritas shows current and former Twotter employees bragging how they use machine learning to censor content on their platform.

https://www.projectveritas.com/2018/01/11/undercover-video-twitter-engineers-to-ban-a-way-of-talking-through-shadow-banning-algorithms-to-censor-opposing-political-opinions/
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>> No. 118533 ID: 2c3f6d
TeleSUR is a Latin American news and television network which often reports on stories censored or unreported in the mainstream U.S. and U.K news outlets. It is included by Project Censored as one of its 'Independent News Sources'.

From TeleSUR:

>teleSUR English's page has been removed from Facebook for the second time this year without any specific reason being provided. It should be noted that the first time this occurred back in January 2018, Facebook did NOT provide any explanation in spite of our best efforts to understand their rationale. This is an alarming development in light of the recent shutting down of pages that don't fit a mainstream narrative.

>This is currently the only communication we have received from Facebook:

>"Hello,

>Your Page "teleSUR English" has been removed for violating our Terms of Use. A Facebook Page is a distinct presence used solely for business or promotional purposes. Among other things, Pages that are hateful, threatening or obscene are not allowed. We also take down Pages that attack an individual or group, or that are set up by an unauthorised individual. If your Page was removed for any of the above reasons, it will not be reinstated. Continued misuse of Facebook's features could result in the permanent loss of your account.

>The Facebook Team"

>We will keep you informed as news develop.
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>> No. 118534 ID: 8ef802
>>118533
TeleSUR is the Venezuelan government's propaganda mouthpiece and exists only to claim that EVERYTHING IS FINE while their country slips further into anarchy at the hands of it's incompetent socialist looters, i'm sorry, "moderate anti-imperialists."
>> No. 118535 ID: e69291
>>118534
Your mother is my cock's mouthpiece

(mediocre.)
(/n/ 2)
>> No. 118559 ID: 00146d
>>118534
>TeleSUR is the Venezuelan government's propaganda mouthpiece and exists only to claim that EVERYTHING IS FINE while their country slips further into anarchy at the hands of it's incompetent socialist looters, i'm sorry, "moderate anti-imperialists."

Is that unlike how any reporting critical of the United States is 'propaganda of a foreign power'?
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Wow turns out the SUPER MALE VITALITY ESTROGEN PILLS make you watch a guy with breast implants eat another guy's ass. So manly.

https://my.mixtape.moe/errymg.mp4


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118491 No. 118491 ID: ba2cc3 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
https://amp.cnn.com/cnn/2018/08/02/asia/afghanistan-is-k-analysis-intl/index.html

Over 200 ISIS fighters have surrendered to the Afghan army in the country's north, with some reports suggesting they handed themselves over to the military rather than be captured by the Taliban.

Among the fighters who gave themselves up after days of intense fighting with the Taliban were the leader in the north of the Islamic State Khorasan -- or IS-K, as the terror group is known in Afghanistan -- Habib Rahman, and his deputy, according to a spokesman for the local Jawzjan provincial government, Mohammad Reza Ghafori.

IS-K has fought for the past few years against the more established and widespread Taliban insurgency as they vie for influence and the Afghan government struggles to assert control.

https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/EvenEvilHasStandards


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