June 4th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1232

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1,471 Responses to June 4th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1232

  1. WVNed says:

    If they burn down all the stores and take everything deliverered to your porch what is plan C?

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  2. Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

    Some ‘hood rats in Chicago are crying police brutality. They claimed they were at a Target to shop … while it was very obviously been damaged and looted. lol Some people witnessed them engaging in looting and pointed them out to police, who then worked to apprehend them. We haven’t seen the police video(s) yet, I’m sure they’re englightening.

    The news is full of all sorts of similar examples of “brutality” in order to further justify rioting and denigrating police, just as the Dems want. Good job, propaganda media!

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    • cheryl says:

      And they really get po’d if they get arrested for breaking curfew. Bad cops, bad, bad!!

      Liked by 3 people

    • amjean says:

      These are probably the same Chicago residents who see a bus
      get in a minor traffic accident, then rush to get on the bus to
      make a claim for insurance benefits for injury to their neck and/or
      back.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      I guess people realize that these looters are stealing and destroying the all the stores in the neighborhood.

      Good luck with living in a wasteland – with less things open than during the height of the lockdown!

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      • Robert Smith says:

        If I owned a business in a city where the mayor chose to let looters loot, I’d never open up there again. The mayor consciously chose destruction.

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  3. Eaglet says:

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  4. Drogers says:

    Up and at ‘em Treepers. It’s time to place your shoe in some SJW’s ass and you don’t want to be late for that now do you?

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  5. CITY RIOTING SOLUTION:
    Cops SICK-OUT in every RICH NEIGHBORHOOD
    … until Cities REVOKE NO-BAIL LAWS
    … until Cities REMOVE Demo☭rat MAYORS where RIOTS CONTINUE
    … until Cities JAIL-WITHOUT-BAIL & CONVICT RIOTERS & LOOTERS

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  6. Right to reply says:

    Time to compile a list of the businesses destroyed. They destroyed a fleet of vehicles that carry, blind, deaf kids to school, and out into the community. They destroyed a charity dental surgery that treats kids. We need to keep adding to a list so that when Biden takes the stage and bends his knee, he can see the destruction he approves of.

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    • Niagara Frontier says:

      Yes, so now they will complain of “dental deserts.” I’m sure such a list is being compiled elsewhere and will surface soon. No need to duplicate those efforts here. It might tie up the Presidential thread for the entire day.

      Regardless of how long and horrific the list is, you can bet the media will portray it as just “a few bad apples.”

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      • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

        Speaking of deserts. stupid ferals in Chicago couldn’t make it back to the Loop for a second night of destruction, so they started destroying their own ‘hoods. Burned Dollar Trees and Family Dollars, looted just about everything else. One neighborhood that had 3 grocery stores is down to just 1 being open, and that one had been looted but they were able to re-open. They wonder why they can’t have nice things.

        BLM a-hole said they wanted to take the protest downtown where the wealth is. I thought this was about race? About police brutality? We’re not stupid. it’s about leveraging any opportunity to steal sh*t.

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    • harrietht3 says:

      You think Biden would care?
      I don’t — he long ago sold his soul on the altar of his many lusts.

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  7. bacillus says:

    Take a knee.

    Rom 14:11
    “As I live, says the Lord, every knee shall bend before me,
    and every tongue shall give praise to God.”

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    • And this knee only!

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    • Ken Lawson says:

      bacillus – Many days that is the verse I hold on to most. Most people don’t know Christ but they will have to bow to Him in the end. No more flagrant disregard and disrespect for our Creator and King.

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    • LIG says:

      No solution can be obtained until there is quiet and peace and time for repose. No peaceful march can continue after curfew without shop keepers and residents worrying for their safety. There needs to be time for reflection and discussion of ways to move forward. Nothing can be done without adequate time for leaders, legislators ,and corporate owners to find a path forward.
      I would call for leadership in both house to step down to allow for new elections to find replacements with less nasty demeanor. The Democrats were able to quiet Hillary who started the deplorable comment about President Trump voters. I’m speaking of nasty Nanzy with the gourmet ice cream. But Mitch would have to go as well even though he hasn’t use words tinged with such hatred for the opposition like she has. I know this agitation is what the Democrats want but the nation would prefer that we all get along peacefully and find a path forward.
      I will continue to pray for these things as well as protection for churches and religious liberty, free speech for us as well. No consensus can be made when we are demonized for our words and feelings. The thought police and our terrible corporate media complex are truly our enemy. If we are to all enjoy freedom and equality it won’t be found on the path that the media strokes.

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    • psalm1391216 says:

      Amen. And with God, every means every.

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  8. The full autopsy report released last night is an interesting read:

    Blood and urine showed levels of fentanyl, norfentanyl, morphine, THC, caffeine and nicotine. The report noted that in fatalities from fentanyl a blood level as low as 3 ng/ml have been observed. The subject’s level of fentanyl was 11 ng/ml.

    The cross sections of coronary arteries showed substantial narrowing–some 75% with one 90% due to coronary artery disease.

    I wonder what the experts will say at the trial about his cause of death. Seems like a heart attack waiting to happen with an unpredictable, possibly lethal mixture of stimulants and depressants in his blood.

    I also wonder what the department’s approved and recommended restraint procedures are. Were they followed? It seems unlikely that an officer knowing he is being videoed would deviate from procedures.

    Is it unreasonable to doubt the officers will be convicted in a fair trial?

    https://lawandcrime.com/george-floyd-death/authorities-just-released-george-floyds-complete-autopsy-report-read-it-here/

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      • Padric says:

        Whether the restraint was allowed or not is only part of the equation. The other parts are was it appropriate to use it in those circumstances and was it done correctly.

        From the policy itself:

        Section 5-3111 USE OF NECK RESTRAINTS AND CHOKE HOLDS, PROCEDURES/REGULATIONS II.
        C. Neck restraints shall not be used against subjects who are passively resisting as defined by policy

        Under their own definition of passive resistance they say “Passive Resistance: A response to police efforts to bring a person into custody or control for detainment or arrest. This is behavior initiated by a subject, when the subject does not comply with verbal or physical control efforts, yet the subject does not attempt to defeat an officer’s control efforts.

        While I’m sure defense will argue that George Floyd was actively resisting when he was arrested, there’s no way they can argue that he was doing so by the time it was just Chauvin on him, which means he went from actively to passively resisting.

        Further, the fact that there were drugs in Floyd’s system actually hurts the defense, not help. Again, under the policies you linked to, section 5-304 on De-escalation rather specifically says to consider whether medical conditions, behavioral issues, drug or alcohol use is influencing whether the suspect is able to comply.

        Given that Floyd is seen resisting getting into the back of the cruiser and says its due to claustrophobia? Whether true or not, prosecution is certainly going to argue that the restraint was unjustified from the start. Heck, they called for an ambulance literally one minute after Chauvin had him on the ground and restrained which means they either recognized there was a medical issue before he was restrained or after he was restrained. In either case, Chauvin should have ended the hold right then. The fact that he not only didn’t end it there, but continued to use it after he was asked twice by a fellow cop about rolling him over, the suspect had gone from calling out to being still and silent and was made aware by a fellow officer that Floyd had no pulse. He didn’t remove it until EMS showed up and they ordered him to. That’s depraved indifference, which in MN is 2nd degree murder.

        Even The Minnesota Professional Peace Officer Education System, who provided the training to Minneapolis PD said that the tactics seen in the video “do not appear to reflect the training that students receive.”, which means Chauvin was doing it wrong.

        Section 5-306 of the policies you linked to clearly states:

        USE OF FORCE – REPORTING AND POST INCIDENT REQUIREMENTS (08/17/07)

        Any sworn MPD employee who uses force shall comply with the following requirements:

        Medical Assistance: As soon as reasonably practical, determine if anyone was injured and render medical aid consistent with training and request Emergency Medical Service (EMS) if necessary.

        Given all the above facts and add to it that they called for an ambulance immediately after Floyd was on the ground and they didn’t render medical assistance themselves after complaints of shortness of breath, him going from calling out to silent and still, etc. there’s no way Chauvin is not guilty of at least manslaughter.

        This is not that difficult a case for the prosecution, really. They’re argument is going to be that given that there were 3 other cops there, Floyd was restrained and was actively calling out that the knee in his neck was causing him breathing difficulties, Chauvin showed depraved indifference when he not only continued the restraint but also failed to heed his fellow officers and also failed to render medical assistance once the subject was subdued.

        About the only thing defense can argue is the minutia of what constitutes “serious physical injury” and whether Chauvin thought what he was doing would cause that. If that’s their defense then they’ve already lost, they’re just making the case for the lower manslaughter charge.

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    • Leaving says:

      They don’t WANT the officers to be convicted. They want them acquitted. This will cause more rioting.

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      • 4sure says:

        Yes. I posted yesterday that a not guilty verdict or hung jury will be the October surprise. The evidence does not fit, so you must aquit.

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        • Don McAro says:

          That is unless of course the cops start singing who is in solved wit the money laundering / counterfeiting scheme at the club they both (cop and george) worked at…..

          Liked by 3 people

        • doohmax says:

          Any determination of this case before the November elections will be certain evidence of a set-up. Yes. There is potential for an October surprise out of all of this. After Crossfire Hurricane, Crossfire Razor, Mueller Investigation, Ukraine Clusterf##k, Covid Plandemic, etc., etc., I would not be surprised by anything that would be unleashed on the public. The Lawfare Cabal has had 3 years to come up with Plan A, B, C…………..

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      • amjean says:

        That is an interesting take and, unfortunately, probably true.

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      • johnnyfandango says:

        Agreed, seems fishy. The Feds should take over and try the cops. Letting them go free or hung jury will only incite more riots, which will only be rinse wash repeat.

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      • samwise163 says:

        I literally said that to a friend yesterday. They want Ferguson part deux or worse.

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    • Amy2 says:

      They all need to take a plea.

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    • The Akh says:

      I am wondering if the move from Murder n3 to Murder 2 will make the case harder to prove. Are intentially they setting it up so the guy walks?

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    • cheryl says:

      He was a walking, talking heart attack from drug use just waiting to happen.

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    • QCM says:

      3ng/ml can be fatal.

      Floyd had 11ng/ml.

      Makes one wonder if Chauvin and his possie weren’t injecting the already handcuffed Floyd while he was in the back of the Police SUV before dragging him out to die in the street.

      This was a public hit done for maximum optics.

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      • CM-TX says:

        Pretty sure you just about nailed it. Either he ingested to avoid possession charge, or they helped him along.

        Has anyone figured out what the first “cop” put in his pocket (evidence)… when Floyd was sitting on ground at first Street/location? Lot of procedures were clearly bypassed.

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        • mimbler says:

          He was reported on the 911 call that he was so intoxicated that he didn’t seem in control of himself. No reason to suspect cops injected him. Autopsy found some of the drugs in his system were residual from previous use. He was just a criminal junky that overdosed on video.

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        • listingstarboard says:

          Considering the extremely short half life of Fentanyl and the lethal dosage in his bloodstream it is hard to come up with any other explanation IMO.

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      I think it’s very possible that there will be at least one smart person on each jury. All each officer needs is one hold-out who refuses to convict.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      This is going to be Baltimore II.
      Same family lawyer dishing out the media hype and perjured evidence. His goal is a big pay day and Floyd’s “relatives” are crawling out of the woodwork to pile on to up the settlement value, which ups the size of the lawyers cut.
      A wacko leftists AG bent on some sort of crusade, supported by equally wacko democrat politicians helping the “party” regain power.

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  9. Eaglet says:

    IMO The Bail Reform Law in NYC was all in the plan that has lead us to this day. Why arrest if no consequences ??

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    • mr.piddles says:

      They wouldn’t jail ’em anyway because Muh COVID. It’s like a back-up plan. Or an insurance policy in the unlikely event you die before you’re 40.

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  10. burnett044 says:

    Watson…wokevirus…

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      Excellent video. I love PJW. The entire video (like his others) is 100% common sense from start to finish. The hypocrisies are astounding.

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  11. By their fruits you shall know them.

    Don’t judge people on what they promise they will do. Judge them by what they actually DID.

    Liked by 7 people

    • albertus magnus says:

      Amen!

      Remind people here of this everytime they try to rehabilitate Bannon, Cruz, Coulter, Beck or Romney.

      Liked by 6 people

      • Ken Lawson says:

        While I agree, albertus, I think we also need to be open to those who truly change. Look at how Mark Levin spoke against Trump during the 2016 primaries but has not only come around to supporting him, but he’s apologized for not supporting him sooner. Levin is truly a changed person when it comes to Trump and if people change like that, then we should be willing to move past their earlier mistakes.

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        • doohmax says:

          Cruz seems to be one of Trump’s staunchest supporters now. Trump, by his in your face persona, forces people to react. He makes people and organizations show their cards. Many react negatively to his personality. I have to tell anyone who will listen that you don’t look at what Trump is saying, wait and watch what he does. He says things to attract attention to important matters that otherwise would be ignored by the MSM. He says something. The MSM immediately takes the opposite position. And suddenly Trump has his position out on the international stage, where he is usually proved to be correct when all the facts have been exposed.

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          • Cruz is a lawyer. He is fine in the Senate, he may be a good Supreme Court judge. He will NEVER make a good president. Lawyers are good at talking, entrepreneurs are good at getting sh’t done.

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          • WSB says:

            Do not ever trust Cruz. He is a fraud.

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          • ms doodlebug says:

            My neighbor, who takes great pride in being honest and saying whatever she thinks, is highly critical of President Trump for being honest and saying what he thinks. I pointed that out to her and her brilliant response was ‘but he’s president’. So…because he’s President, I guess he’s not supposed to be honest when he speaks to us?

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      • JG3 says:

        A Magus, add Andrew C. McCarthy III, Jonathan Turley, Alan M. Dershowitz to your list. In today’s world, most all are motivated by “self”

        There’s a reason, then, candidate Trump said, “No greater love than this, than a man lay down his life for his friend.” Trump had made his decision. He was/is willing to lay down his life for us/America.

        Can anyone, on here, add another person/name to this list? Rogers, Flynn, Nunes, Ratcliffe, Jordan, Collins, Gatzes, Ben Carson…

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  12. burnett044 says:

    interesting..
    Latin Kings street gang aggressively purging their neighborhoods of “looters” in the suburbs of Chicago. In Cicero, Illinois over the past few days there were multiple shootouts and people were seen ramming trucks into looters’ cars. Two people were killed and 60 were arrested. Frankly, it’s hard to say how much of this was targeting “looters” versus just targeting anyone black who happened to be driving through, there seemed to be a mix of both.
    Tide Is Turning Against Insurrectionists: Latino Gangs Go To War On Looters In Chicago – The Pete Santilli Show http://ow.ly/PqyF30qMyMj

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    • lolli says:

      burnett 🇺🇸
      Ya. I saw that. Thanks for posting 👍

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    • fred5678 says:

      The ramming of cars by the big black SUV was especially fun to watch — disable the transportation until the cops arrive!!

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Hispanics and blacks clash in urban areas over their turf. Urban ares used to be black majority, but that has all changed in many places. Blacks are minorities in many areas to other minorities.

      You can bet Latinos are not interested in “protesters” looting and destroying anything in their area.

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    • bjorn says:

      praising street gangs instead of law structures is stupid, Are we back to tribal territories?

      This is Beirut level behaviour.

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      • burnett044 says:

        bjorn…I don`t see anyone praising street gangs just pointing out howm damn stupid they all are……yes we are tribal and it will get much worse before it gets better…

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      • The Italian gangsters used to run the streets of Chicago and New York in the 1920’s and 30’s during Prohibition. Maybe they still do, but that is interesting.

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      • Lulu says:

        Psst. They have been for years. The only place tribes mix is the working and middle class neighborhoods.

        The woke upper middle class whites and wealthy whites stick to their own kind and pay a lot of money to do so. And Hispanics have self-segregated by language and nationality pretty much always see Miami, NYC and LA for example.

        Blacks have their urban neighborhoods and they high;y discourage anyone else moving in there.

        And Asians have China town etc. And even Indians and Pakistanis that live in the suburbs mostly choose to socialize and do business with their own nationality/religious groups.

        It’s human nature and there’s no changing it.

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    • amjean says:

      Let’s leave race out of it and just say people in Cicero
      fought back against the violent thugs who were hell
      bent on destroying property and looting stores.
      I commend them.

      Let’s see if the BLM and Antifa thugs go in to an
      Asian gang neighborhood. They are probably the
      toughest, meanest gang in Chicago. I bet they don’t
      step one foot there.

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  13. fred5678 says:

    Missed June 3 tongue-lashing of the presstitute corps by the effervescent Kayleigh.
    Watched the replay and marveled at George Floyd getting his mug up on the screen for 4 or 5 seconds, and Officer Dorn getting 20 to 30 seconds, Then ending with honoring all the police but not the (now retired) porn star. Priceless!! I don’t know who planned that, but between POTUS, Kayleigh and anyone else, kudos to all!!

    Other notes —

    Jim Acosted (sic) had ELEVEN questions, interruptions, lectures, and other failed statements while being scolded by Kayleigh, his obvious superior in intelligence, tempermant, and preparation.

    Wow, does Kayleigh do her homework and show up with an overwhelming bundle of FACTS to shove up the exposed noses of those masked amateurs!! .

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  14. TrumpPatriot says:

    I guess David Dorn is ok collateral damage.

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  15. burnett044 says:

    Darn it …
    I can`t believe it is already looting season….
    heck I still have up my covid -19 decorations…!!!

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  16. Wethal says:

    Drew Brees has apologized for saying he would not kneel for the national anthem because he would never disrespect the flag his two grandfathers fought under during WWII.

    Now he’s sorry for the pain that statement cause New Orleans, and black people in particular.

    Words fail me.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      People should learn to say nothing. But they make money off being a personality through the media. It’s a game you can’t win.

      Liked by 5 people

      • Wethal says:

        I agree. They will be under a lot of “why hasn’t ____ spoken out against racism” pressure. Silence is construed as dissent from the PC Party line and punished accordingly – by fans, employers or those with whom they have endorsement contracts.

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    • trumpthepress says:

      I won’t be watching much on the NFL this year…watched less and less last year. That’s very disappointing that Brees did that.

      I went on my espn app yesterday for the first time in 6 months. And the first video was Malcolm X Jenkins pulling his crap. I am done with these morons.

      I will always stand for my flag and my country. We are the best nation in the world because of our freedoms which so many fought and died for.

      President Trump understands this so well.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        The ways things are going there’s huge problem with social distancing and cities. The season will likely starts, with fans – magically, after November 4th.

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      • cantcforest says:

        No NFL here for a couple of years. Can’t remember the last time I saw ESPN.
        Happy days.

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      • trumpthepress:
        “We are the best nation in the world because of our freedoms which so many fought and died for.”
        Agreed! However, it’s important to keep in mind that whether our beloved Constitution, which has stood us in good stead all these years, can really withstand any and all stresses to which it may be subjected to is only hypotherical. We really don’t know!!
        One doesn’t necessarily need to alter or augment the Constitution in order to meet head-on new challenges, but it certainly does force one to strenuously attempt to preserve its original character and meaning while at the same time ward off malignant threats to civil society.
        In other words, does our First Amendment really mean that demonstrators now own, for as long as they wish, the streets of America (like kiddies enjoying the fun and excitement of Halloween for as long as they want!)??
        Does our First Amendment really permit the monopolistic control of media for perverse, anti-American ideologies? And if not, how can restrictions be framed so as to be consistent with our much-revered Constitution?
        At this stage, there is nothing more critical than this question.

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    • Publius2016 says:

      it was not his words, it was his pride!

      They want people on their knees ashamed!!

      Hey Globalists, sorry not now…not ever!!!

      Live Free

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    • Jim in TN says:

      Top athletes are very privileged people nowadays. Maybe not as much as fabulous wealth, which itself is less privileged than old-wealth. Way more priveledged than any old yahoo, city or country, red or blue.

      Such a person submitting to the truly privileged makes things clearer.

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    • suncc49 says:

      Bree’s has already done that once before. He is a very conflicted man.

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    • LKAinLA says:

      Now Brees has to live with disrespecting his grandparents and standing for nothing. He is too stupid to realize the NFL has wanted a purge of all white quarter backs for years, white announcers also. He sold out to felons.

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    • amjean says:

      Big mistake. It is more important to respect his grandfathers
      sacrifice than to cave in to the political demands of a leftist cult
      made up of soy boys/girls, BLM and Antifa thugs.

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    • cjzak says:

      Blame the media and the online social sites for this. Brees mad a big mistake by posting his true feelings in front of the rebid mob of the media and those protesting. He did not use his best judgement although in a good society he should have had no problems posting what he did. We don’t have that right now unfortunately for him.

      The hyperbole and fake out rage are getting really really old. Until we the people go after the media with some fire and consistency, they will continue to control the narratives and the country.

      We can do it if we get together and refuse them any attention, clicks, money or viewership. Advertisers go where people go. Build up alternatives to all of them and use them. The current crop of dishonest, left leaning, Dem loving, power grabbing media companies and social sites will wilt and die and we win if we can do that. Needs to happen soon. It is almost mandatory we neuter the media that is ever present in our lives right now and find new honest and independent new media.

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  17. Scarlet says:

    WE WILL BE THE QUIET RIOT AT THE VOTING BOOTH IN NOVEMBER.

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  18. Eaglet says:

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    • gsonFIT says:

      There is a great big and rational spot for black America in MAGA

      Liked by 4 people

    • Robert Smith says:

      That’s all well and nice but I’d like to see the government, DOJ and FBI, label them and then dismantle them. Like they did, illegally to the TeaParty, but they can use all their toys legitimately to crush ANTIFA. In doing so they will expose all of ANTIFA’s connections.

      Did I just convince myself it’s not going to happen then?

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      • gsonFIT says:

        It isn’t black versus white. It is socialist v free enterprise. Socialist have to redistribute wealth and have to have a significant economic shift to usher in their political system. Globalism, Healthcare, Global Warming, and the emerging world of Pandemics are the methods to take away $ from one group and make everyone equal.

        That has always been the major problem with socialism. “How do you steal the money and not get in trouble” Obama was/is their golden conman

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    • bjorn says:

      Good grief, if you can’t see this another advancement of black superiority over whites you are not paying attention.

      The controlled opposition is pushing the same target from a different direction. It is the classic uniparty sandwich that has been crushing you for 30 years.

      The dems are pushing kneel and the cuckservatives are pushing black conservatives and orgs will save you from antifa. Both end up at the same point.

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    • Wendy says:

      Not sure it will happen. BLM and Antifa both have the same master.

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    • mimbler says:

      I don’t think BLM and antifa are separate any more. At a local protest here, the BLM speaker talked about nothing but LGBTQ issues – I think they have been co-opted by the regular libtards. BTW, the BLM speaker was a white woman.

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  19. sync says:

    U Denver ‘activism’ workshop targets ‘white supremacist conservatives’ on campus
    https://www.campusreform.org/?ID=14967

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    • ladyliberty11 says:

      Thanks, sync, for this information about what is going on in our “educational” system.

      Have a young, professional, highly educated relative in Denver who is up in arms about white supremacy since this national paroxysm of a race rage began. Now I see that conservatives on campus are “white supremacists.” How little did I know.

      And then, there are the usual leftist corporate sponsors promoting this garbage:

      https://www.benjerry.com/about-us/media-center/dismantle-white-supremacy

      Leftists/communists/Marxists/radical Dems/MSM/Hollyweirds/academia – they’re all in to fundamentally change America, i.e., destroy it.

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      • ladylibery11:
        Capitalism and socialism work at cross-purposes, and one can easily ‘grind’ the other out.
        Hence, Trump’s powerful and decisive move to capitalistic forces threatens socialism existentially.They have consequently been forced into a last-ditch effort to save their malign infrastructure and preserve their false ideology from being exposed.
        They have declared war while the nation is debating police brutality, which, of course, has nothing to do with the broadside, vicious attack on our constitution and political structures.
        We don’t have long to realize the truth, and there are only days, not months, remaining!

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    • cjzak says:

      We seem to be allowing the tag “white supremacist” to now be put on all white people not just a small percentage of a fringe group who exist in very few places.

      We cannot allow this to go on or all white people will be labeled and castigated under that distortion for years and it will influence all actions by the govt. and society as we go forward. Our kids will suffer under this in the future. Do not let them do this. Refute it everywhere you can and do it loudly and strongly.

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  20. Jan Sanne says:

    I’m still waiting for our elected officials to instruct all of the vast law enforcement resources we pay for to arrest the many evil people who so far have not face any justice.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Just as the entire government sat out the Coronavirus – while being paid. They’d like to sit this one out too. The machinery of the STATE never suffers from being useless. Not on any big or permanent scale at least. The administrative, union-membered, Democrat-socialists are the enemy we are fighting against. They do whatever they want and they cover for each other so they can obfuscate and frustrate just about any move to reform.

      And, if the push is overwhelming to “fix” something, a judge will throw out a case or make-up tortured reading of the law to establish some precedent up and the problem is gone. Sure, some of that garbage will get overturned but the attacks NEVER stop.

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      • FofBW says:

        Been going on sense Adam and Eve were kicked out of the Garden of Eden.
        Long as Satan is in the world, it will continue.

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        • harrietht3 says:

          And there’s no getting rid of him until Judgment Day.
          With God’s help and prayer we can ameliorate Satan’s destructive aims until then.

          Enough said, lest I segue too far into theological considerations, which I tend to do.

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  21. Marcia says:

    Retired Magistrate here: After four days of national televised funeral service for George Floyd I think most people will be sick of hearing about it and even angrier that cities are being taking over by rioters who really don’t care about black lives; they just care about destroying the United States and stealing.

    Look at all the lives which have been destroyed by this rioting: people killed, homes and businesses destroyed, people injured and cities turned into war zones. President Trump has really tried to bring people together by making it possible for everyone to succeed that want to. Black unemployment was the lowest in decades, President Trump signed the Second Chance Act, Right to Try Act, designated business opportunity zones, etc. which helped all races. However, now people are blaming him for everything that has happened when he is the one who tried to bring everyone together.

    In my opinion, all this is going to backfire. President Trump’s supporters are not going anywhere and I think he is picking up more and more supporters. What the riots have shown is what this country would be like if Joe Biden is elected President. The choice is clear: we can have law and order under President Trump or anarchy under Joe Biden. If Biden is elected he clearly will not be calling the shots; his one world order handlers will be.

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    • Publius2016 says:

      this was a Black Op…moved up from July 4…

      As with all Black Ops there will be blowback!!

      we don’t know yet, but so far, American People 10 to 1 are against the rioting and looting!!,

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      • Eaglet says:

        Agree The Flynn information and the sunlight on the DS made this black op come out of the shadows sooner. (protecting Obama IMO) Look at the brick placement and bats and steel poles strategically position for ultimate impact. IMO Obama put out the dog whistle with his 3000 person phone call. I sincerely hope some white hats are looking into this organized assault as Domestic Terrorist. I did not listen to the Community Organizer yesterday but I suspect that was the call off whistle.

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        • Publius2016 says:

          its very Sad Sick how much hate they have for American People…Sleepy Joe made a faux pas that will come back at a very inopportune time!

          Great thing: American People see how these Demons will handle crisis! more riots more confiscation more INSANITY

          they are floating 350k in reparations lol

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      • FofBW says:

        Might want to add another zero to that 10.

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      • Eric C. says:

        I don’t think this “Rev” Sharpton “State” funeral display is going to go over well with most independents and some dems. Think of all the people that sacrificed, “we’re in this together, apart”, during the Covid lockdown (is it over? 🤔) and did drive-by viewings of their deceased family (don’t want spread the germs), had no funeral (can’t gather and spread the germs), and had no one or only a family member or two at the burial (again can’t gather to spread germs).

        There are at least 100,000 people who’s family didn’t have the luxury of a single normal funeral, little alone 3. A lot of these families were doing the best they ever were before the “invisible enemy” struck. Now Barrack Obama is gonna come out an ornate King Joe to rule over them. The idiots voted for Obama twice, so who knows, I just don’t see this jiving with the independents though. I don’t think Blacks who voted for Trump in 2016, after 8 years of Obama, are going to be swayed back to Uncle Joe’s plantation with this show.

        I don’t know, but all we can do is keep plugging away with the things we can change. We can’t change the way these Democrats in power rule over their constituents, but we can donate time and money to help others get elected.

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      • mayflowerchild says:

        The commercials the dems are right now creating for the Republicans will be stunning.

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    • California Joe says:

      Exactly! President Trump has moved mountains for Black Americans including a strong economy, best job market in history, lowest unemployment, largest wage increases, soaring stock market, soaring housing market, opportunity zones, criminal justice reform but none of that matters to them because it’s not enough….they all want to be rich and famous like the Kardashians!

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    • Wethal says:

      I think some of the big city mayors (Kenney of Philadelphia comes to mind) may realize that the tax losses from the shutdowns have put them in a real hole, and the losses from damaged or destroyed businesses that won’t reopen will add to those losses. Businesses that can, may re-locate outside of the cities. Businesses that might come in or expand look for a safer, cheaper place.

      Some big cities, like their states, are in big holes from their failed pension obligations. Mitch doesn’t seem to be moving to fast on the coronavirus relief bill Nancy sent over before the riots. He said earlier that he wanted to see how the first bills worked before spending more. I hope he sticks to that, but such an effort would require a backbone, and his has been MIA when it comes to spending money.

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      • Niagara Frontier says:

        Don’t forget another big loss to the big cities….millions of square feet of soon-to-be-vacant office space. With so many companies having had to invest to allow employees to work from home, and the experience gained from it, there will be little need for all that high-priced downtown office space.

        Hell, an investment firm located in an overpriced, upper floor rental in Manhattan, can now move its HQ to a small suburban strip mall. The employees can be sitting at their desk in Iowa or Montana. I see this as a boom for professionals in the fly-over states.

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        • Wethal says:

          Burnt-out small business store owners can’t pay the rent to their landlords, and if they don’t re-open, that property income is lost, even though the landlord still has to pay his real estate taxes.

          There is also an exodus from residential properties in Manhattan. People who can afford to move are leaving the city to places like Long Island where real estate prices are shooting up.

          Philly may have the same problem. There has been a lot of residential construction of new apartment buildings in Center City the past few years. Blocks or lots with older two-three story buildings have been torn down to build higher, new ones with higher rent apartments. Might have been attractive to childless professionals until now. I’ve lost track of how many friends left the city when it was time to start a family. Then it was suburbia, good schools, low crime, a backyard, and a neighborhood with stable property values. Philly has decent coverage of suburbia for mass transit so it can pay to move out and be safer.

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          • Niagara Frontier says:

            Downtown residential living is only successful if there are adequate support systems, i.e. easy access to food/grocery, clothing, medical, entertainment, etc.) Once those support businesses flee, residents are stranded.

            What’s ironic this time is that the people who will complain about living in a food desert will be those wealthy liberals who purchased the high priced residential properties in downtown locations.

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  22. sync says:

    Joe Cesario about his recent work showing that, contrary to many activist claims and media reports, there is no widespread racial bias in police shootings.

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  23. MVW says:

    The central issue is that the licensed Global owned Corporate Media has become ‘Destroy the Republic’ propaganda machine.

    How does the first amendment rights of American citizens extend to Global (therefore foreign) owned Corporate media?

    How is it that Global owned (therefore foreign) Corporations get **licensed** by our Gruberment to provide our news?

    No wonder we are fed anti American propaganda 24/7

    Imagine if our police, military was provided by the UN or some Global owned Corporation. Same difference.

    I can’t claim I know the solution, but I can see the problem. Propaganda is a powerful weapon. Trump has been fighting it, but it is a tough battle and the casualty is the news itself. We are left in the dark. Project Veritas is a rare attempt at breaking through the propaganda.

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  24. gsonFIT says:

    I am pretty shocked about James Mattis. He is smart, left leaning man but his written statement exposes lots of hypocrisy. He chastises his former boss for politicizing the executive position for a photo op, but that is exactly what Mattis’ written word is doing without a photo. I thought he was a real Democrat but he is a common herd-socialist

    It was important for PDJT to let Christian Americans know he would protect their places of worship regardless of the destructive riots. Churches to many aren’t places for non essential socialization, but an important part of their lives.

    Sad for Mattis

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    • Their meme today is that the president “isn’t leading”, which is a lie.

      The fact is, THEY are afflicted with TDS and HATE the president – based on lies – more than they love their neighbors or country.

      Saw one headline today, which is true.

      “The democrat party is at war with America”

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    • MitchRyderDetroitWheels says:

      How much did he get paid? That is why he did what he did. This is the same guy that was on the board of Theranos..said he was fooled badly….I lent his name for bucks

      It is always about the money even when it’s not about the money…

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    • Mattis took a knee …..exposing his wise ass to my steel toe engineer’s boot.

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    • I agree gsonFIT, What Trump was doing was meant to inspire confidence in the populace. It is a frightening thing to have rioters in the street and he and AG Barr and others were part of a photo op. to show that they were not afraid and were in charge.

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      • gsonFIT says:

        And that it is a priority for them to protect religious freedom especially for the good folks that can’t get out and defendit for themselves. He was representing.

        What does HRC or Nancy or Schumer represent?

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    • I don’t understand this “surprised at Mattis”, “sorry for Mattis” stuff. Mad Dem Mattis made it clear he was a vassal of the Left very early upon appointment as SOD. He insisted on making Hillary’s announced choice as her future SOD as his #2. Mad Dem Mattis has been very forthcoming with his anti-Constitutional intentions.

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    • nckhawk says:

      He’s compromised and now controlled by Deep State – he has to do whatever they say. Maybe not as badly as “Justice” Roberts or Linda Graham but his timing / statement is conclusive.

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    • Mad dog indeed…he must have a case of rabies.

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    • mr.piddles says:

      “He chastises his former boss for politicizing the executive position for a photo op, but that is exactly what Mattis’ written word is doing without a photo”

      Funny you should say that. Espers kinda did the same thing the other day, though not by directing criticism at Trump.

      Espers claims: “[…] it’s a, uh, there’s a political tone to this. We are in a political season, an election approaches, and this is always a challenge for every department of defense in every election year, and so this is something we’re going to continue to deal with. As we creep closer and closer to election season, I’ve been speaking about the importance of staying out of politics by remaining apolitical […]”

      And then he proceeds to spell out the many ways that America is Systemically Racist, and states that the Department Of Defense unequivocally rejects America’s Intrinsic Systemic Racism.

      Who here thinks the Secretary Of Defense should stick to “Secretary Of Defense stuff”?

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    • PinotNoir says:

      This former Army Officer just lost all respect for him.

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      • gsonFIT says:

        That is what is so sad. I was enlisted in the Navy and I do not respect Mattis written statement. But damn he fought and risked his life for the U.S.A., so I respect that part of his life. Sad his lasting impression will be about equal to Jane Fonda

        It is also obvious he wasn’t an intel officer. I am shocked a guy like this wouldn’t have gathered all the facts first.

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  25. California Joe says:

    What Police Are Dealing With:

    The street-oriented black males the police encounter are different. Shirtless, large (“gentle giant” George Floyd was 6′ 7″) muscled, sweaty, sometimes high on drugs that make them impervious to pain, they are not concerned in the slightest with lawsuits, criminal charges, negative press coverage, being banned from social media, demotion, firing or dirty looks from nice old ladies.

    All things, mind you, that are in the minds of white officers.

    When they become enraged about something, a series of deep bass-toned barks emits from their diaphragm, sometimes unintelligible but repetitive and terrifying. They thrash around with ferocious power and speed in way that white men don’t. This display in the eyes of the white officer, played out under urban streetlights in the summer night, lights up the amygdala.

    Often they go racial, bellowing about white muthaf**kin’ police. Believe it or not, police in return keep their language firm but respectful. Pleas to calm down are met with “don’t tell me to muthaf**kin’ calm down”.

    De-escalation doesn’t happen.

    You don’t want the job of getting them under control.

    Of course, all of the foregoing is unmentionable. But it figures heavily into why white police react as they do.

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    • Conservatarian says:

      Used to have a neighbor who was a K9 cop. Told me when a perp was high on meth even the dogs had difficulty taking them down because they didn’t feel pain. Almost super-human levels of fight and strength.

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    • Conservatarian says:

      Used to have a neighbor who was a K9 cop. Told me when a perp was high on meth even the dogs had difficulty taking them down because they didn’t feel pain. Almost super-human levels of fight and strength.

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  26. Publius2016 says:

    Who shot the video in Minneapolis?

    based upon research, I am pretty confident this was a Black Op moved up from July 4 due to Covid being very unpopular and of course, Sleepy Joe “You ain’t black” comment…

    the role of the “cop” has already been recast and they have had to release additional video including “supposed beating in SUV”

    look at the cast of “cops” and of course, the funeral procession calendar…

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  27. citizen817 says:

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  28. Eaglet says:

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  29. wtd says:

    CIA (Ret.) Brad Johnson 2019 interview on ANTIFA being trained by Kurdish communist groups. This is an important clip.

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  30. CTH Fan says:

    After the funeral for George Floyd is over we can expect to see a new cooked up crisis to evolve. Unfortunately for the Dems the silent majority has been sickened by the start of the, now known, far left insurrection. They will not be easily swayed.

    I expect to see President Trump to take action and move forward with the insurrection act if Antifa continues their activities. I also think he may use his Constitutional powers to order Congress back to the Capital.

    President Trump has only just begun his fight for America and the Constitution, and so too his allies. We often say he is all alone but I suspect his allies have been quietly biding their time. Facts are being gathered, declassification is taking place, and the information detailing who the major players are in this ongoing coup is being recorded. President Trump has a talent for perfect timing.

    I know my comment may see like pie in the sky but I have faith in our citizens. Many of them have fled from this kind of corruption in their countries of birth and will be voting to save their freedom come November 3.

    Stay Strong and be Blessed!

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  31. jay says:

    RATS openly call to DEFUND the POLICE

    RATS know this will immediately lead to more chaos, more looting and the complete destruction of civilization, order and laws. Not to mention, it will be open season on human beings – those armed will survive as long as they have weapons. Those unarmed will be carnage and food for stray animals. Civilization as we know it will crumble quickly for lack of food.

    In the early 1900’s The City of Boston spiraled into mayhem for lack of police enforcement. The recent call to DEFUND the police is a RAT TRAP with nefarious intentions to lure the young and vulnerable 20/30 yr olds into hating THE ONLY LINE THAT STANDS BETWEEN THEM AND TOTAL ANARCHY AND SURE DEATH.

    Open Your EYES!

    June 4, 2020
    ‘Abolish the police!’? What happened when a major American city tried that a century ago
    By Thomas Lifson

    https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2020/06/abolish_the_police_what_happened_when_a_major_american_city_tried_that_a_century_ago_.html

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  32. Lindsey and the other old white men and women are having another meaningless hearing today.

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  33. MitchRyderDetroitWheels says:

    One of these days we’re going to get the real truth on just who is behind the trashing of the Trump Cocktail….. You had to know some quack from Harvard was in knee deep. The company that provided the data has been in business less than two months. Yep

    Lancet was more than happy to publish the bullshit study results but people aren’t buying that anymore with exception being the MSM and the left. Sorry if already posted.

    https://spectator.org/lancetgate-pulling-a-fast-one-on-proponents-of-hydroxychloroquine-and-chloroquine/

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  34. gsonFIT says:

    General Mattis is a fellow at the Hoover Institute. I am not a big fan of NGOs (they are another reason for term limits) but Hoover seems to be a pretty decent group. Here is the D.C. address:

    Hoover Institution in Washington
    The Johnson Center
    1399 New York Avenue NW, Suite 500
    Washington, DC 20005
    202-760-3200

    I am writing him. If you feel so inclined let him know how you feel about his current support of our great country.

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  35. Bogeyfree says:

    Why take a knee?

    Why not……

    Shake a Hand

    Isn’t that the worldwide way to greet and welcome someone?

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    • All Too Much says:

      No hand shaking, bro.
      Covid19, remember?

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      • mr.piddles says:

        Jazz Hands. Combine that with Take-A-Knee and you got yerself a Broadway Performance. Call up the National Guard Troupe, do the Take-A-Knee, add some Jazz Hands, and belt out a tune.

        Question: what do y’all think Putin’s thinking about all this? How about Xi? I bet they’re having a good laugh.

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    • Publius2016 says:

      dumbest thing I’ve ever heard…Like did anyone watch the video???

      the “cop” is taking a knee!

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  36. Mark W says:

    Pro-BLM St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner refused charges against looters and rioters. Christian Toto: Stars bail out protesters, silent on helping victims.
    https://www.investmentwatchblog.com/pro-blm-st-louis-circuit-attorney-kim-gardner-refused-charges-against-looters-and-rioters-christian-toto-stars-bail-out-protesters-silent-on-helping-victims/

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  37. ivehadit says:

    Sundance, is this true?

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    • Publius2016 says:

      interesting take…

      Based on the existing information, undercover weapons deal was used to massacre Americans will false flag and then covered up with Fake News including Ellen Show…

      Four Seasons sits atop Mandalay Bay with Helicopter pad…

      Gates and Prince Alaweed own Four Seasons…still to this day, no hotel footage…

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      • Publius2016 says:

        Gates Mini Madoof Soros all over recent Covid CDC WHO NIH Black op

        makes very little sense to transport illicit images over international lines

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      • annieoakley says:

        Several people who survived and were outspoken about what they saw that night died a month or so later. Mysteriously died.

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    • MitchRyderDetroitWheels says:

      No doubt we’ve yet to learn what the real deal was on the Las Vegas shootings.

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    • Wendy says:

      True or not general public will never know what’s really going on behind the scene. We can only guess as best as we can with the known events.

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    • Debra says:

      Hmmm. Kids torn from their parents. Las Vegas. Politics >>> Politicians.

      Just whom is a bigwig politician in that area . . .?

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  38. BuckNutGuy says:

    I lost a beloved uncle at the very beginning of Covid lockdown due to cancer. We were not permitted to have a funeral or celebration of his life due to the lockdown.

    The fact that George will get paraded through three states with thousands in attendance while ignoring social distancing has me enraged beyond my normal cold anger. It is the hypocrisy of it all that makes it different.

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    • bertdilbert says:

      Trump said the cure cannot be worse than the virus. The democrats have to do the opposite of whatever Trump says. So they created the riots.

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    • MitchRyderDetroitWheels says:

      The truth is we see just how far this country has fallen over these past 30 years. We’re behind 47 to nothing at the beginning for every game (election). There is no way they will allow The Donald to win this time. 2016 was a miscalculation on their part.

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  39. citizen817 says:

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  40. bertdilbert says:

    Which is more disturbing to you? Photos of American sailors with hands to their heads captured by Iranians or our National guard troops taking a knee? Both depict surrender.

    One is thousands of miles away. The other is in our backyard.

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  41. maggiemoowho says:

    We really need a Trump Rally!!! 🇺🇸Trump🇺🇸2020🇺🇸😃👍👍👍

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  42. rjones99 says:

    Any politician or commentator urging Trump to take strong measures, especially using military personnel, is now suspect. Everyone knows if the military kills someone, through a setup by someone on *either* side, the event would be parlayed by the media into “Trump fascist” as a means of delegitimizing him, most especially with the black community.

    It’s now fairly clear, this entire operation was intended to provoke Trump into using excess force. This is precisely the tactic of antifa screaming, isolated bullying, strategic incitement. These people are specially trained to elicit an angry attack, which the media can then jujitsu. They excel as creating hatred and frustration of peaceful people who follow the rules. They use their skills strategically and this time deployed them against Trump.

    Antifa was activated in at most one day of the Floyd killing. Nobody even has any facts, including whether the incident was even racial. The video and the three word expression of racial angst (“I can’t breathe”), it’s always three or four words btw (“Hands up, don’t shoot”, “Black lives matter”), were spread across the internet and other media at the speed of light. All the usual suspects at local, state, and national levels amplified the message to incite protesters. Antifa just leveraged them into strategic rioting and looting. All the while, almost everyone speaking out is further inciting. Police depts around the country either stood down or were told to stand down. Nobody wants any healing, btw, it’s all theater – probably intended to get black voters energized.

    Critically, I think the left is now fully aware of the power of this weapon. With the right moves in DC, at the right time, and by the right people, this approach could be used to initiate a revolt and there’d be little anyone could do in certain circumstances (which they’ll certainly figure out).

    It appears that the military would either not participate or would act against us. Military leadership is corrupt and compromised and no longer patriotic. They cannot be trusted. Why, for instance, is Vindman still in the military? Why wasn’t he drummed out as a traitor? Why is the current DOD chief making political statements?

    So, anyone urging strong action by Trump to quell the protests is just playing right into the plans of the left. Minimally, as Sundance already indicated, they need all blacks to return to the dem party and stop the flirtation with Trump.

    It wouldn’t surprise me to find the left manufactured the incident with Floyd, but even if they didn’t, they were coiled and ready to leverage the covid impact on the economy.

    I think Cotton and Rubio outed themselves. I think, most surprisingly, Tucker Carlsen outed himself. He made a plea to stomp the protesters fully equivalent to a similar one for covid social distancing. I no longer trust him, despite agreeing with many things he says. He reminds me of National Review in the way they promoted certain ideas bit then when the rubber hit the road always folded like a cheap suit.

    I also feel the same way about Chuck Ross at DC, whom I suspect, with considerable other help (hello Breitbart?) is doing everything they can to promote Tulsi Gabbard as the Dem candidate. Gabard is a closet progressive and anyone who thinks otherwise is unaware of her CFR credentials.

    Washington DC and the media are waaay more treacherous than any of us basically honest and decent people ever imagined. We are also now in way more danger than we ever imagined.

    Our best response is 1) massive publicity to spread the message about what is going on here and 2) a massive and urgent revitalization of the militia movement. The militia sounds crazy perhaps, but might be our only way to fight back. These people are absolutely intent on prevailing and they’ll literally do anything.

    Re the current militia… based on some internet research, militias do not appear to be organized and don’t appear to have much potency. Perhaps they fly under the radar to avoid media attention and it’s not as bad as I perceive, but if so there is no recruitment or strategy for expanding/growing.

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    • Publius2016 says:

      sure…why take ownership when Dimm Leadership is against any assistance…like Civid, US Constitution was created by GENIUSES!

      most USA POLITICAL problems go back to DUMB AMENDMENTS

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  43. KBR says:

    Land of opportunists:

    If you have a police record and a drug habit and are involved with counterfeit $ rest assured that when you die a past president and a candidate for president will attend one of your national funerals to bow down and worship Satan.

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    • maggiemoowho says:

      Sick isn’t it. I wonder how the victims of Floyds violent past feel about all this. I can not even pretend to care about this case or any other that Crump or BLM is involved in, they always turn out to be nothing but BS and this probably will too, there is something we are not hearing or seeing yet. Crump and BLM do not get involved in legitimate cases and this will be no different.

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    • Lulu says:

      It’s are fault. We have a weak, effeminate society. I’m seeing white suburbanites on social media and at work express more grief for this complete stranger’s death than they have for their own parents or children.

      Think about how brainwashed they must be.

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  44. Leaving says:

    I just thought of a new theory: Two tiered Justice leads to breakdown in law and order on a broader scale.

    (Maybe this is inherently obvious or already stated and I haven’t heard it)

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  45. Don McAro says:

    Make this official
    bring a new meaning to Leftists bowing to AnTEEEEEEfa…

    Address them as Zods……

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  46. Winston says:

    Outstanding monologue which should have been entitled, “Insurrection inspired by blatant LIES from seditious politicians and media.” -WATCH- and pass along:

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  47. Ann Kenevan says:

    Rioters in Boston defaced the Shaw 54th Regiment Memorial to black soldiers in the Civil War as a “Black Lives Matter” protest moved through the city on Sunday.

    The Boston Globe reported: “Memorials in three of the city’s major parks were hit with graffiti and vandalism Sunday night after tensions mounted between demonstrators and police following a day of mostly peaceful protest marches that wound through Boston.”

    https://www.bostonglobe.com/2020/06/01/metro/monuments-boston-common-public-garden-defaced-with-graffiti-following-protests/?event=event12

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  48. Dr. Sowell: “In a sense, proponents of “social justice” are unduly modest. What they are seeking to correct are not merely the deficiencies of society, but of the cosmos. What they call social justice encompasses far more than any given society is causally responsible for. Crusaders for social justice seek to correct not merely the sins of man but the oversights of God or the accidents of history. What they are really seeking is a universe tailor-made to their vision of equality. They are seeking cosmic justice. …Socially counterproductive policies are just one of the many costs of the quest for cosmic justice. The rule of law, on which a free society depends, is inherently incompatible with cosmic justice. Laws exist in all kinds of societies, from the freest to the most totalitarian. But the rule of law– a government of laws and not of men, as it used to be called– is rare and vulnerable. You cannot redress the myriad inequalities which pervade human life by applying the same rules to all or by applying any rules other than the arbitrary dispensations of those in power. The final chapter of The Quest for Cosmic Justice is titled “The Quiet Repeal of the American Revolution”– because that is what is happening piecemeal by zealots devoted to their own particular applications of cosmic justice.”

    “Fight back. That spirit is the best birthday present for America.”

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  49. Winston says:

    Thieves take 150 pistols, rifles from Albuquerque gun store
    3 Jun 2020

    https://apnews.com/ecbbfd4a84af226f5816c283185418a9

    The theft is being investigated by the bureau and Albuquerque police and there was no indication that the crime was related to a rash of recent break-ins in the city amid protests over the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Mangas said. [Oh, golly, of course not; “no evidence” doesn’t prohibit logical inference]

    Investigators have reached out to other law enforcement agencies throughout the region and will be on the lookout for any recoveries involving guns taken from the Albuquerque store. The serial numbers of the stolen firearms have been entered into a national database.

    Guns stolen from licensed firearms retailers in New Mexico, Arizona and other border states are often taken across the border to Mexico, Mangas said.

    The thieves in Monday’s burglary had a “level of sophistication” and cut the power to the building, disabling the store’s security and surveillance systems, Mangas said.

    The gun shop days earlier had posted on a social media page that it had more than 1,000 guns in stock with more were arriving daily [that was stupid]. The phone at the shop went unanswered Wednesday.

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