June 7th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1235

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1,322 Responses to June 7th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1235

  1. sunnyflower5 says:

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  2. mandy says:

    uh…???

    “THE US has officially demanded Britain hand over Prince Andrew to be quizzed over his links to billionaire paedophile pal Jeffrey Epstein.

    And in a bombshell move, the Department of Justice has formally told the UK the Duke of York is now caught up in a criminal probe for the first time.”

    more at link:

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/11805488/prince-andrew-quizzed-over-jeffrey-epstein-links/

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  3. lackawaxen123 says:

    correction the heading on Kindle is: Antiracism Books to Read Right Now

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  4. Patriot1783 says:

    If Cuomo doesn’t step in to remove Deblasio stat his own career will follow right into the toilet.
    Both are criminal and the joke is on the state.
    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/06/democrat-insanity-bill-de-blasio-ruins-nyc-economy-allows-rioters-loot-manhattan-cuts-funding-police/

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    • CNN_sucks says:

      Police unions send 7X more money to democrats….polices are hurting but this is their choice and their fate.

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  5. Gen Y Ballistics says:

    OPERATION WITNESS
    SESSION 03: THE REALITIES OF COLD WAR II

    The Bolshevik Revolution, which came into being as an “underground” organization, is now over 100 years old. In the West he have consistantly failed to fight subversive movements, or even to recognize that they exist. During the Red Scare, our civilians bought guns and left it to the government. During the riots of the 1960s, our civilians bought guns and left it to the government. When Obama was elected, our civilians bought guns and holed up against the government. In 2020 our civilians are back to buying guns and leaving it to the government. None of this will defeat leftist groups that are structured as spy rings.

    The gun, as a political weapon, is obsolete. If we really want to win the Second Cold War, the recreational shooter must change into the recreational intel analyst, the recreational undercover informant, the recreational witness recruiter.

    The Feds, I fear, will find a way to screw up these Antifa cases. What the Feds do accomplish will probably happen after November, when it doesn’t matter anymore.

    Throughout the Trump years, the most effective chain of evidence has been something along these lines:

    Evidence of Crime -> Private Citizen -> Conservative News -> Trump Twitter -> The Public

    There are two points to notice here. Basically, the Feds are not involved, and the Feds are not necessary, in bringing Democrat crimes to the attention of the public.

    Right now the quality of our riot intel is not adequate. In 2012 and 2014 we had faces and names of the hippie retreads with the bullhorns. Their covers were blown long ago, they were operating in the open out of hubris. Of the 2020 faces, can we associate any of them with our records from other demonstrations? Can we put together their networks by association?

    We need our online intel volunteers to start combing through video evidence to see what we can piece together.

    We need the willing and able, near these riot sites, to get into the “field” mentality for information we don’t have and can’t get. The “field” mentality begins with the realization that:

    1) We are already adequately prepared for self-defense in any realistic scenario, and that
    2) We should psychologically exploit the Left to our advantage, not be exploited by them for their purposes.

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    • We do not know what kind of riot intel the authorities have.
      But they have hinted that they have enough.
      I have heard from an unfalsifiable source that facial recognition can see through mask.
      So if I were a looter I would be very worried!
      They usually come around 4 AM when they make arrest.

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      • Gen Y Ballistics says:

        I am not confident. If it follows the pattern of the Obama years, all they will get is the small fry, and they will prosecute fewer of them because of political sensitivity. We need to bust their networks and expose them, because that is the best deterrence. It is a challenging job, but we have the capability, and we have the responsibility.

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    • Joemama says:

      This is quite long, but everyone should take the time to view it.

      Old, but so relevant today.

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  6. teaforall says:

    Today was my best day in South Jersey since Covid 19
    Went to Ocean City Beach. NO MASK
    FREEDOM TO BREATH……………….
    It felt great to have a normal day
    Time to open this country and thrive again
    Put this Puppy to bed once and forall

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  7. Ace says:

    Lol at anyone this weekend who thought the President was in any danger whatsoever from a roving band of numales!

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  8. cheering4america says:

    I have spent the week thinking about how unnerving and unfair all of this created hatred of her husband must be on Melania Trump; you know these crazies are so intentionally riled up that if any of the Trump children or grandchildren were out and about they could be torn to pieces. So, I’ve been including her in my prayers.

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  9. A2 says:

    I never saw this before, maybe it has been posted. Beautiful👇

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  10. babethebeagle says:

    Courageous Priest Admonishes Archbishop Gregory( This video is a little long but he gets fiery the last 15 minutes.

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  11. trumpthepress says:

    Does anyone have BLM info? Meaning the official illegal things they have done?

    I need some factual knowledge to have in my back pocket in case there are any upcoming discussions.

    Like did you know BLM members have been charged with x 34 times etc?

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    • WhiteBoard says:

      just say they killed David Dorn – a black male

      then tell them to stfu for supporting blacks being killed

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    • doyouseemyvision says:

      BLM came out in 2015 and 2016 just in time before the elections on Fergeson. Then they went dormant until 2 weeks ago (2020). They will go dormant again until 2023 for the 2024 election. They don’t care about black lives. They don’t do anything to improve it. They’re all talk. It’s a political organization under the banner of racism, which hardly exists, if at all, in 2020. Check out Tucker’s June 3, 2020 video. Lots of facts there for you.

      BLM is a fraud. Ask whom you are discussing with “name ONE thing BLM has done to improve black lives. Don’t name THREE things. Just name ONE.”

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  12. burnett044 says:

    Minn. should be one heck of am wild place if they do away with their police force….
    sounds like a one way ticket to crazy town….

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    • Magabear says:

      Their hockey team is aptly named the Wild. Talk about irony.

      Good luck getting to the rink boys without any law in town. May want to relocate to North Dakota.

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  13. cheering4america says:

    A couple of nights ago Tucker Carlson did an epic takedown of the complete falseness of the very idea of “systemic racism,” particularly as it is applied to policing.

    FOX or OAN or Candace Owens or any other entity which cares to actually enlighten people should now dig deep into how easy it is to persuade huge numbers of people something which would cause them to behave in a completely irrational way. They could show clips such as we’ve been witnessing today and last week, marchers, sign-carriers, stroller-pushing sanctimonious mamas and grandparents, angry BLM proponents: Even if they are ALL totally peaceable, they are also still ALL WRONG.

    What are the elements which coalesce to cause people to believe something that isn’t? And to do so with such ferocity?

    Several herd mentality type videos have been posted this week; they are excellent. But most people will never see them and, if they did, would not be able to see themselves in them. How to get the information out and help deprogram those who have been susceptible?

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    • Judith says:

      That’s exactly what’s happening now: group psychosis. It happens when weak-minded, “susceptible” people abandon all responsibility and rational thought, wholly relying on the herd mentality.

      Some are simply too intellectually *lazy* to think for themselves. Others are *afraid* to stand alone and apart, even if they sense something amiss. It is so much safer to go along. Such people are called Apaths.

      Apaths, hoping to escape the wrath of sociopaths and psychopaths, enable them instead. When someone like Donald Trump comes along to snap the weak out of their stupor, it is dangerous to the powers that be, because he offers an alternative, and equally strong leadership.

      This is why Globalists, who are long accustomed to ignorance and blind allegiance, fear and loathe a leader like Trump. He broke their spell, and instantly released it’s captives.

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  14. A2 says:

    PRC digging more holes as they step on the shovel and hit their face👇

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    • Hans says:

      Given the Chinese quality controll in manufacturing PPE equipment …I think they would be the last country I would hire to build a nuclear power plant.

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  15. sunnyflower5 says:

    Will there be travel warnings be issued?

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    • mandy says:

      Well, to be honest…these cities already defanged their police departments via ‘stand down’ orders, so …

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    • nimrodman says:

      About 5 years ago there was a big kerfuffle because some software writers wrote a “ghetto app” for navigating around urban diversi-zones while driving. “Raycisssss !!!”

      Look for modern versions

      They’ll need to overlay a new data column for cities who’ve disbanded their police departments

      One can also make great use of the census maps, but there needs to be a better viewer or overlay onto cell-phone navigation software. (I access it on a home desktop computer or laptop)

      http://www.nytimes.com/projects/census/2010/map.html
      select the “Distribution of racial and ethnic groups” map

      As it is, it requires you keep a 2nd window open in google maps or other mapping app so you can see the streets clearly and know exactly what’s where. The limited zoom on the census mapper doesn’t quite get you there. But you can zoom in on Philly, as an example, and tell what’s up by the sharp contrast West and East of Broad Street, which is a hard demarcation between, uh, “neighborhoods” on either side.

      As a result, the census mapper is ok for research (should I consider a house purchase in X neighborhood?) or pre-trip planning.

      I haven’t seen anything for on-the-fly navigating on mobile phone or GPS navigator in the car, but I’m pretty phone-illiterate and not aware of what apps are out there

      At any rate, yeah, there’ll be a need for a new map overlay for “policed / unpoliced” status

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      • mandy says:

        We use that census tool all the time. We also use public school searches, because with that, you can get the general idea of the demographic makeup of an area. Link below.

        Murder rate is also an excellent thing to check when considering whether an area is high or low crime (see the book, “The Crime Numbers Game” from several years ago – about how the police have been manipulating crime stats to HIDE a TON of crime – murder is harder to hide, what with their being bodies involved, so murder rates are better gauges of crime generally).

        If you’re familiar with the concept of the ‘undertow,’ that’s another method to help gauge the level of deterioration in any particular area.

        Last thing – and this is one I recently added to my checklist – look at the CHURCHES in the area. If you have ‘churches’ that hide the cross – it’s bad. Churches with female or gay leadership? Nope – shows that the area is WAY too leftist. Well, WAY too leftist for us, anyways…

        https://nces.ed.gov/ccd/schoolsearch

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  16. mandy says:

    Pathetic…but not unexpected. London police tried to make an arrest and the mob attacked – watch the cops run for their lives from the thugs…

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  17. hawkins6 says:

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  18. A2 says:

    👇🤣

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  19. Summer says:

    We forgot about this guy, didn’t we. Get ready for another round of Ukrainian BS.

    I still don’t understand why PDJT hired this warmonger.

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  20. ltravisjr says:

    Ok, like so many others. even NASCAR is publicly acknowledging America’s deep problem of racism and asking us to stop and learn about it. A moral judgement has been passed on our nation and just left it at that. Well, I’ve got questions…

    Of course, the grievance is way deeper than police brutality. That’s just the flashpoint. The woke are talking systemic. So, beyond police issues my question is: what are the specific examples (i.e. what are people actually doing) of racism in our country, how specifically is the average 9 to 5 Joe contributing to it, and what, tangibly, is the average Joe like me supposed to do to solve it?

    I want *tangible*. The fact that more blacks are in poverty is not a real and tangible answer. WHAT specific racist policies or actions are causing that poverty? Now, on the personal level, what is an everyday Joe like me specifically doing that is racist or contributing to the racism supposedly inherent in our society? I just go to work, put my time in, and come home and eat dinner and pray with my family. What the #### am I doing wrong?

    I honestly want to know what, according to the woke, actual people are actually doing that is actually racist, and what we are expected to actually do to fix it. Their examples and solutions may be right our wrong, but what are they? I ask because for all the voices of influence now say we have this problem and that we need to change. But, they *never* offer specifics. All such voices can accomplish is to make us feel guilty. That’s no way to solve a problem, even if there is a problem.

    So again, WHAT are the actual racist actions and WHAT are the actual actions needed to fix things?

    Frustrated…

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      It’s time to stop watching and stop attending. Everyone now needs to make the small sacrifice. the problem would be fixed in just a few months. We need to use our power.

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      • nimrodman says:

        I’m thinking we could start by taking a look at greivous black-on-white racial violence in US society and dissect that kind of racism for a start.

        You know, knockout attacks, young black men placed in senior care homes where they use white seniors as punching bags, brutal 6-on-1 negro ultraviolence punchdowns of white shopkeepers trying to defend their storefronts, shooting white babies in their strollers being pushed by their horrified mothers.

        Shall we start there to examine our society’s “systemic racism”?

        Let’s have that “conversation” we’re always being pestered that we “need to have”, huh?

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        • nimrodman says:

          … we can get to those other kinds of racism after that, right?

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          • nimrodman says:

            I’m sorry, I truly apologize, I misspoke

            That would be
            “brutal 6-on-1 negro ultraviolence *STOMP* downs of white shopkeepers”

            … as I’ve noticed that they all conclude with the victim crumpled on the ground, unconscious and likely permanently brain-damaged as they get kicked in the head repeatedly

            Sorry if my mis-wording may have offended anyone

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        • Judith says:

          I like your approach. Take their angst and make it your own, in sort of a devil’s advocate, boomerang effect.

          The result is that, in refuting the points you co-opt from them, they must argue against themselves.

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          • Judith says:

            I’m not advocating violence either. I took @Nimrodman’s comment to mean that we can take our power back by hijacking their *arguments* so they can see how petty they are.

            People are basically selfish. They tend not to recognize the injustice of a thing unless they experience it personally.

            Erroneous thoughts are what lead to erroneous actions. I believe this is why we are made incarnate: to live in our sin, in order that this may substantially alter our character.

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            • nimrodman says:

              “by hijacking their *arguments*

              No, I wasn’t touching on hijacking arguments, although that’s an aspect that would be at play

              I was speaking to simple reality

              There is tremendous black racism and black racial harm to whites and others in our society. I’ve heard blacks say – when speaking honestly – that blacks are the most racist motherfkkers around

              But the way the media and the Left throw the “racism” term around, they do it with their own internal supposition is white racism – and ONLY – white racism … that is racism by whites

              Racism is universal, as fundamental as tribalism and essentially the same thing

              It’s practiced by all ethno-groups

              If you’re white, visit Japan … you’re gaijin

              If you’re black, visit Japan … you’re – I don’t know – but pretty sure you’re looked at with derision

              If you’re Korean, visit Japan … you’re chon

              IIf you’re white, visit Mexico … you’re gringo

              f you’re white, visit Hawaii … you’re haole
              (and don’t fall for the mis-direction that it’s harmlessly descriptive and simply means “white” or “without breath” … because when push comes to shove it turns into “f#ckin’ haole)

              At any rate, this obsession with “systemic racism in America” (intended to mean white racism) is largely, delusional, I think. It’s the imaginary monster under the bed.

              Race relations in America were in pretty good shape before Obama. Think back. Pretty much everyone in my reality got along, with various races getting along at work, play, sports event, music events.

              Obama exacerbated race conflict from ‘acted stupidly’ through ‘If I had a son’ to ‘gentle giant’ to present day

              With assistance from the various professional race-grievance mongers and agitators, we are where we are today

              My point in highlighting black racism and black racial violence is two-fold

              One – simple reality – there are many examples of especially grievous attacks on whites and they receive little to no reporting or examining or hand-wringing by most of society and media

              Two – just to monkeywrench this very misleading presumption that when we talk about ‘racism’ that we’re talking about ‘white racism’, and highlighting only that and examining only that

              All races and ethnogoups are racist in various ways and to various degrees

              So I’m not looking to “hijack arguments”, I’m advocating that we deal reality if we’re going to go on racism crusades

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              • bkrg2 says:

                I can attest to your point about other ethnicities being racist as I have travelled to many of the places you listed and seen it. I posted a similar point below.

                Ultimately, people who commit acts of violence and murder are depraved humans, regarless of their ethnicity. I guess that make me racist against the depraved?

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              • Dekester says:

                Your post is “spot on”

                Cheers mate..

                God bless PDJT

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        • cheering4america says:

          Colin Flaherty already does that … but they try to hide his efforts.

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      • ltravisjr says:

        Yeah point taken. The thing is NASCAR is just one example. This racism call has become so pervasive that to stop paying attention to all who are siding with the woke would mean just extricating ourselves from society. I am fortunate that I find popular culture and entertainment unappealing regardless but the liberal thought policing has extended far beyond just the entertainment industry.

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        • nimrodman says:

          yeah, you’re exactly right, jr

          unfortunately, events and malefactors have extricated society from us

          pretty much all we can do is nod approvingly in silence while keeping our homesteads as secure and defended as possible and choosing the most protective ethnic enclave as we’re able and can afford

          that’s my prescription at least, YMMV

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        • cjzak says:

          Blame the media, the ever present media. The media who puts the false, manipulated information in front of the public 24/7. The media that never puts a retraction where anyone can see, hear or read it easily so it’s not seen by most. Even when called out and accused of their misdeeds, of their blatant and purposeful misinformation agenda, they don’t stop, ever.

          We do have the power to stop the media or at least put them in their place and on notice that we won’t tolerate it anymore. They depend on advertisers for their financial health. The advertisers depend on us seeing and hearing and reading their ads. If we do not participate in those activities by tuning in, buying certain media, listening to radio programs and using some of the worst offending social media sites where ads abound, the whole thing falls apart, the media loses. If enough of us boycott -hate that word but necessary to use here- the worst offenders, we can change the media influence.

          It has to happen with a very large number of us or it won’t work. Just my thoughts, but I am more convinced than ever, after watching these latest racial issues being hyped and over hyped by our media, mushrooming into a complete attack on our Pres., our way of life, our safety and our values, destroying our cities and homes and businesses, the media is the number one problem that holds it all together and creates the ongoing mess we are facing. It was the same when the covid crisis was blown up by the media reporting. They have the power to push any narrative they choose to, if we let them get away with it.

          Stop the media from manipulating the information and we change what is happening and how it happens. Stop them, force them to actually give the real facts and the whole story of what they are reporting without opinion or bias, as it should be and we have a much better chance of saving our country. A tall order, but it is something we do have the power to influence if we choose to.

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          • ltravisjr says:

            Yes I do agree. However, I was regarding how we could even “have the discussion” as the woje suggest when there is nothing for us to go on. If I am doing something wrong tell me what it is and what I can do to fix it.

            “We have to try to do better.”
            Ok…..HOW???

            Regarding racism, if I were a cop and unfairly brutalized black person simply because he was black, ok yeah that’s racism.

            If I were an employer and turned down an better applicant simply because of their race, yes that’s a concrete example.

            If I gave someone a lower grade in a class than I would have if they were white and had the same performance, yep that’s a tangible example of racism.

            Etcetera.

            So, are there documented examples of such things such as that going on as a norm, and that can be pointed out? For heavens sakes let me know what they are rather than just hang out a blanket of guilt without examples illustrating how and why.

            See the point of my frustration?

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            • ltravisjr says:

              In fairness I don’t know how the whole law enforcement argument goes. I hear complaints that more minorities are arrested, prosecuted, etc. Is that because, well, because they have been committing more crimes? If so I imagine the response is that it is because they don’t get the same opportunities in American life because of systemic racism. And that brings it back to the need for the concrete: how are were denying them opportunities in a verifiable tangible sense?

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              • nimrodman says:

                I sense your honest earnestness to understand and be part of “solutions”

                Having studied this stuff in retirement since 2011, I’d caution you to not be too naively earnest, there’s a lot of dishonest misrepresentation to the entire topic. Much of what I know, many others here know as well, having followed Sundance’s coverage of the Trayvon Martin, Gentle Giant Mike Brown, and other race incidents, many of which are underlain by tremendous amounts of full-on fraud that has escaped larger public awareness

                Those intending to mislead will harp on blacks, particularly young black men, being arrested way out of proportion to their percentage of the population

                But young black men commit roughly 50 percent of the crime (i won’t look it up just now but roughly)

                And yes, blacks are harmed in law enforcement encounters largely because they constitute overwhelming proportions of encounters.

                Plenty of crime in black ‘hoods. People are harmed, call police. Police come, have encounters with blacks who committed the crime, family and hangers on who get belligerant. Long story short – way more crime in black ‘hoods, way more police encounters than proportional.

                Keyword search for “color of crime”
                Here’s a post from today on that topic

                https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2020/06/07/candidate-joe-biden-will-visit-george-floyd-family-monday-record-video-for-third-floyd-funeral/comment-page-3/#comment-8322140

                … where it’s stated that interracial violent felonies are commited 90 percent by blacks and only 10 percent by whites

                Read this column regularly for a realist’s view
                https://www.unz.com/sbpdl/

                Research past articles on Treehouse using the topics tab at right and the search bar

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                • ltravisjr says:

                  Thanks for all the information. Yes if there is a problem I want so help solve it. However, I am not so naive to buy the claims there is a problem at lest as we are led to believe it is or as it is framed. As continues to be apparent, if there really is a “privelege” we are culpable for, there is no evidence given. Its just the claim of oppression using the current conditions of the oppressed as evidence without a real evidentiary discussion of how those conditions came to be. I guess the gist then is supposed to be that we have a deep seated conviction of superiority over the other race and it animated every way we relate to and interface with society. If that is how I am that’s news to me. Thank you very much to the more enlightened for knowing more how my heart and mind work than I do /sarc.

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              • nimrodman says:

                keyword search for Colin Flaherty

                he has produced many short videos that are highly explanatory
                he may have gotten kicked off youtube but likely still has a forum somewhere

                he also has several books in print and available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, etc
                one is called “Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry”

                Search Treehouse archives for “knockout attack” “knock out attack” “polar bear hunt”

                Essentially – from these various sources one can obtain an informed race-realist viewpoint

                There will NOT be much that’s realist that you’ll get from the Left, the Woke, or the race-grievance mongers, nor from academia

                If that “woke conversation” comes your way, be prepared to be prevented from voicing any realist views you hold or may have learned

                Be prepared to be forced to sit silently while berated, shouted at, demeaned, threatened, later doxxed and placed in fear at your home

                This is the state of anti-white race relations in America

                It ain’t pretty but it’s realism

                Sorry to break it to you

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              • nimrodman says:

                Lastly, be aware and on guard for concepts and notions that come out of academia, where they are generated by Marxist America haters

                I’ll give a couple examples

                Upthread somewhere I recalled that race relations were pretty good before Obama came along

                Right about then, a race-grievance concept came out of academia

                Anyone remember micro-aggressions?

                I’m sure it was a sophisticated and high-minded concept as formulated and practiced in academia and in race-bullied segments of American society

                To me, so-called “microaggressions boil down to:
                “Y’all ain’t really being outright raycisss to us no more, so we just gon’ make shit up”

                Microagressions were later superceded by something called white privelege

                One could not invent a more effective tool / cudgel for sending 7-year old white children home from school crying after being bullied and harangued for their supposed “white privelege”

                Hey – if we’re trying to improve race relations, why keep inventing tools to demean and badger particular races?

                twitter link of demeaned white child to follow

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              • nimrodman says:

                Child abuse. https://t.co/IMYjWzUcHb
                — Stefan Molyneux, MA (@StefanMolyneux) June 4, 2020

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              • nimrodman says:


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              • nimrodman says:

                … like Molyneux said
                child abuse

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            • cjzak says:

              I agree with you too. My point is a lot of the blame for where we are now sits squarely on the media and their tainted, false reporting. The media is something we the people can influence if enough of us unite and do it. The things I suggested are all ways to let the media have it and get knocked on their behinds for a change.

              If neutering the media is achievable through our concentrated efforts then that is a plus for us because we know what the media is trying to do and they need us to even exist. We hold some power there and we should use it to help support our Pres. and each other in continuing to fight to save our country.

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    • Free Speech says:

      So, NASCAR years back started this ‘Drive For Diversity’ program- they say to get more minority drivers. The only driver worth a crap that came out of that program was Kyle Larson (who’s mother is of Japanese descent). Larson used the hip-hop slang version of the n-word on a hot mic (not the pejorative version), and NASCAR dumped him like a hot rock, even though he apologized. What are we to derive from this? NASCAR cares more about appearing to be politically correct than it does actually having more minority drivers.

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    • bkrg2 says:

      ltravisjr – thank you so much for a great post. It really takes courage to ask these questions, especially during these past few days.

      I watched NASCAR today from start to finish. I was taken back by the comments that said “we need to be better” (or words to that affect). I keep hearing this everywhere “we need to be better”. I also keep hearing soccer moms apologizing for thier “white privilege”. It’s all in response to the nonstop drumbeat of “systemic, institutional racism”.

      On the subject or “racism”, it has existing since early days of mankind. Therefore, I don’t think you or me are going to fix it. I am doubtful that NASCAR, and sport, or even a major business can make much of an impact.

      I am not religous, however I did attend Catholic CCD and high school. I find the 10 commandments and the golden rule to be ESSENTIAL foundations for a civilized society. I always strive to live each day this way. In the end, our Maker will be the ultimate judge, jury, and executioner.

      Specifically regarding the murder of George Floyd, it breaks my heart and should not have happened and should never happen again.

      There are evil people in the world that do bad things. Also, there are good people that make horrible mistakes.

      Personally, I will not take responsibility for the actions of these 4 cops. I also will not apologize for being born white. I will continue to treat others as I would like to be treated AND look out for all my fellow humans where I can help.

      I hope this helps

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  21. sunnydaze says:

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      What injustice?

      Liked by 2 people

      • sunnydaze says:

        Kind of a weird question? There’s plenty of injustice around, everywhere, everyday.

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        • Gary says:

          Correct, and it is perpetuated by every race, color, and creed.

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        • doyouseemyvision says:

          Describe injustice specifically, tangibly in America today and who specifically is a victim of it. Illegal aliens don’t count. Let’s keep the narrative to American citizens and discuss their deprivations and why life is totally out of their control to make fundamental changes for self-improvement. Thank you.

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    • boogywstew says:

      Bringing things here from DRUDGE is like casting your line in an open cesspool. What do you think you’ll land?

      Liked by 1 person

    • Declan says:

      Trump’s results are fantastic, his messaging is beyond awful.

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    • Eric says:

      For the love of God people, posting anything from Drudge is the same as posting anything from CNN. In other words, it’s not true. And it’s going to get worse. Don’t post lies from Drudge.

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    • Paul from Canuskistan says:

      Drudge still a thing?

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      • BuckeyeMom says:

        Stopped reading Drudge years ago. I believe Matt sold out?? I read here for the most reliable sources, and occasionally Breitbart. There is an all out assault on Conservative voices, and it is truly disturbing. When we voted in 2016, we thought it may have been our last chance to save America. 2016 is peanuts to what we face today. This is it. If President Trump is not re-elected, it’s over.

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        • Do stop thinking about tomorrow says:

          The way Communism AKA Deamoncrats work any organization in opposition is taken over.
          AARP
          BOY SCOUTS
          NFL
          list to long to write

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    • Dekester says:

      Axios and Drudge😂😂😂

      40% or above in Black approval

      God bless PDJT

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  22. A2 says:

    President Trump retweet👇

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  23. Jan Sanne says:

    This has gotten way out of hand. The President doesn’t reach that many on twitter. He needs to do a TV address and tell people the truth. The rioters killed more black people. At least there have been arrests in St. Louis. It’s way past time for Federal arrests. They know everything about everyone. BLM, Antifa, etc. There need to be arrests soon before more people are killed and more businesses and families destroyed.
    Projects Veritas gives the authorities people on tape and nothing happens. Those guys from 2016 still haven’t been arrested. Planned parenthood? No arrests except the people who actually did the undercover work. Why vote if the evil is allowed to spread anyway?

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    • BitchyPants says:

      President Trump has a tv address almost daily and if he were to stop all prime time shows for an address would all of the stations air it?
      How many people do you know who watch local channels?
      Maybe if he stopped all Netflix shows for 30 Minutes?
      Jumped into the middle of 90 day Fiancee?

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    • gda53 says:

      A voice shouting in the wilderness. How many GREAT speeches has PDJT given and the MSM simply ignore him and fail to carry it. NO good news permitted about Orange Man Bad.

      They are the anointed ones that can filter and report on his words, and they do precisely that. I’ll bet 80% of the Dems have never heard more than brief sound clip of our President speaking.

      This is why I never complain about his tweets, because without them, he has no voice. The MSM cannot afford to let the public hear him speak.

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  24. sunnyflower5 says:

    Wonder if more police will walk off in other areas— like the world tour funeral.

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    • doyouseemyvision says:

      Yes. They did in St Louis when they arrested 2 officers for allegedly ‘pushing’ a white political activist taunting the police officers. There will be many more, especially those close to retirement. Chuck it all in. Liberal cities may be getting their ‘reform’ faster than they anticipated.

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  25. JustScott says:

    Explosion in DC??? Heard it in TheDCPicker’s youtube live stream. Was pretty loud given distance away.

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  26. Carrie says:

    This is the threader app of the best post I read today. I sent it my European friends because the media over there loves to bash the US and to represent us like some racist yahoos )trust me it’s worse in Europe!) and particularly PT at every turn (look how they treated Ric Grenell, now multiply that by 100).

    https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1268898468766134279.html

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    • bkrg2 says:

      thank you
      there are some really solid points backed up by research in there.
      Unfortunately, I think the author might be correct that people are too emotional to listen to the facts right now.

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  27. Troublemaker10 says:

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  28. bkrg2 says:

    For anyone looking for GOOD NEWS coming out of this Wuhan virus plus riots…

    If you have seen my posts in the past, I have talked about most of my family and inlaws and children are all anti-Trump Democrats. Well… 2 good stories…

    #1 My daughter graduated last year from one of the Snowflake University (Loyola Chicago). She took a course in public health, so when Wuhan virus nonsense started, she was talking about how everything CDC was recomending was opposite of what should be done. Since being in lockdown, losing her job along with several of her friends – she has started to question things. More remarkable is that she was telling me that 3 of her friends are all angry because many of the things they were told in school are lies. They are really upset about how they were misled and continue to be fed brainwashing by media. A great thing happened today – my daughter was talking to her best friend and telling her about the Sundabce article I sent her yesterday!

    #2 My wife was at her mom’s house a couple days ago. For news, CNN is always on the TV. Mom & sister started saying the Trump needs to stop all this rioting. So my wife switched TV over to FoxNews…. About 5 minutes later, her mom & sister started asking questions to my wife.

    This is a really big deal. These are 6 anti-Trumpers that are started to realize they have been brainwashed by Media. Don’t know if they will vote for Trump or just sit out Biden. They are on a journey, but finally moving in the right direction.

    Has any seen the same over the past few weeks?

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    • sunnydaze says:

      Thanks for sharing this, bk.

      I’m waiting for a few people I know to wake up. They *may* be some of the diehards. Had some who woke up last year but these last few are just….ugh!

      Your crowd seem like they may be moving towards voting Trump tho, since they’re sharing SD articles and watching Fox. That’s pretty huge!

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      • bkrg2 says:

        absolutely.
        All we need is a small % of people to either not vote for Biden OR vote Trump.

        Honestly, we don’t even need that, because Trump actually won in 2016 (despite Demonrats and MSM still claiming Crooked Hillary and/or Obozo are the President).

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        • sunnydaze says:

          We just need to keep ahead of their dirty vote game. We need to *overwhelm* w/ Trump votes!

          Then those Dems who “sit it out” will count even sweeter as non-votes.

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  29. BuckeyeMom says:

    Keep the faith, Treepers. After the Floyd stuff is over, we will have the next injustice to finish President Trump. This is going to continue until November 3rd, but remember, us Deplorables, the Silent Majority, have cold anger that never forgets.

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  30. Carrie says:

    Meanwhile, the left continue to eat their own. JK Rowling is a bonafide left winger. But she’s also a feminist and takes issue at trans people claiming to be women when they are biologically men (like in sports).
    Here she purposefully picks a fight with the enter cis, binary, trans crowd and let the games begin!

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  31. sunnydaze says:

    Unreal! GoFundMe Took down Candace Owens fundraiser for a black business owner in Birmingham AL., on the basis of…….wait for it….”discrimination, support of hate…” etc etc.

    Apparently, GoFundMe’s on the side of the Looters and destroyers of black-owned businesses now.

    Liked by 2 people

    • cheering4america says:

      Didn’t we read a couple days ago that GoFundMe had already jumped on the side of the rioters?

      It seems to me a bank could really make a killing, figuratively speaking, if they were willing to step into this need for conservatives who are trying to raise funds for good causes? There has to be a better medium through which this can be done.

      In all my purchases I try not to fund those who are trying to KILL AMERICA.

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  32. sunnydaze says:

    Don Lemon suggests “keep the conversation civil” when Sheriff Clarke makes a point Lemon doesn’t like. LOL.

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  33. Carrie says:

    I can’t believe it has come to this. They are getting rid of guns int he original Loony Tunes cartoons with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd!!! TNT is allowed, but the guns with be replaced with scabbards (?!). Honestly, we have to get the person responsible for this fired!! They are destroying my childhood! And anyway- kids are playing Halo and Call of Duty in many homes at age 6 and 7! This would be a huge improvement!

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8396895/New-Looney-Toons-strip-Elmer-Fudd-Yosemite-Sam-rifles-response-gun-violence.html

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    • boogywstew says:

      They are getting rid of guns in new Loony Tune cartoons and not the classic 1930s – ’40s – ’50s -’60s.Those were the classics from the “Termite Shack” at Warner Brothers Studios.

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  34. sunnydaze says:

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  35. sunnydaze says:

    Any guesses? haha. I’m sure Sen. Cotton is correct about this one.

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  36. sunnyflower5 says:

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  37. sunnyflower5 says:

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  38. sunnydaze says:

    OMG! These people are NUTS!!! If protesting bothers you, Go. Home. !!! Shut the door and turn on some relaxing music, whatever.

    This is SEATTLE. Crazy!

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