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Colored Gentleman Threatens to Kill the Leader, His Wife, Etc.

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 rbear    240
3 hours ago, thedudeabides said:

Fun.

Yes, very fine upstanding citizen. He represents BLM and they are given a free pass. What do ya think of having him as your neighbor? Would you give him a free pass?

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 Cinnamon    14,565

So has he been arrested for threatening a presidential candidate yet?  Hope the idiot goes behind bars for a long time. 

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 Malevolent    1,970
1 hour ago, rbear said:

Yes, very fine upstanding citizen. He represents BLM and they are given a free pass. What do ya think of having him as your neighbor? Would you give him a free pass?

Crazy world..

 

 

 

Officials at the West Point military academy in New York have said an investigation will be launched in regards to a photograph that surfaced showing 16 black cadets posing with raised fists. Critics claim the stance is in violation of policies governing political messages as it depicts support for the Black Lives Matter campaign.

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 Malevolent    1,970

In contrast to this:

 

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AND THEN THERE WAS THE ONE

May 4, 2016

A guy just won the Republican nomination for president by spending no money, hiring no pollsters, running virtually no TV ads, and just saying what he truly believed no matter how many times people told him he couldn't say that. 


I always hoped I'd see this once before I died. It's like to going to Mecca, for Americans. Pay attention, because it's the last time we're going to see it in our lifetimes. 


For those of you not yet on the Trump Train, I know you don't want to vote for Hillary, but all the pundits have been trying to convince you that Trump's a complete fraud. (That was between their smug assurances that he wouldn't make it out of Iowa.) 


It's odd. When Trump launched his campaign by talking about Mexican rapists and the wall, his critics hysterically denounced him, rushing to TV to say he did NOT represent the Republican Party! Only after it became resoundingly clear that large majorities of Americans agreed with Trump did his critics try a new tack: He doesn't believe it! 


That's what my friend Andy McCarthy at the now-defunct National Review wrote recently. I had to spend the weekend figuring out how to attack a friend without saying, "This is the most retarded argument I've ever read." 


Here goes: This was not Andy's best effort. {{http://www.anncoulter.com/columns/2016-05-04.html}}

 

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