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Apr 23, 2024 19:54:38   #
Steven smith wrote:
Good advice thanks.


What If China Launched a Nuclear Bomb (Minute by Minute)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C7r7TlWQz0Y

Why the US Military is Preparing for War With China
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=plHRRFHZ_f0

What If China Invades Taiwan (Day by Day)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ILB3L5xv7NM
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Apr 23, 2024 19:16:05   #
billlingle wrote:
The "legal experts" who say that the charges are not true have the opportunity to state their proof in open court. Do you see anyone standing in line? Wanting something and thus making it happen only occurs in nursery rhymes. The only nursery rhyme that comes to mind when I think of Fat Donny the Loser is Humpdy Dumpdy.



Donald Trump was listed as 6’3 215 lbs.
Donald Trump was arrested and booked in the Fulton County Jail in Georgia after being charged with 13 felony accounts.
On the former President’s booking sheet, Trump is listed as 6 feet 3 inches tall and 215 pounds.
https://www.kron4.com/news/national/donald-trump-was-listed-63-215-lbs-here-are-the-athletes-that-have-the-same-height-and-weight-as-trump/
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Apr 22, 2024 08:55:40   #
TJKMO wrote:
I said LAW-ABIDING.

That leaves you OUT.
You can hang with your CULTMASTER TRUMP, THE FELON.


How the N**is used gun control
https://wyoleg.gov/InterimCommittee/2019/01-201910313-04Handout.pdf

To maintain its iron grip, the Soviet Union had to turn to the most proven form of suppression — gun confiscation. On December 10, 1918, the Council of People's Commissars mandated that Soviet citizens turn in their firearms.
Failure to do so led to criminal prosecution.
https://mises.org/mises-wire/brief-history-repressive-regimes-and-their-gun-laws#:~:text=To%20maintain%20its%20iron%20grip,so%2C%20led%20to%20criminal%20prosecution.

After the Guns Were Removed, the K*****g Fields Began
“All political power comes from the barrel of a gun. The C*******t Party must command all the guns; that way, no guns can ever be used to command the party.”
The quote was from Mao Zedong, the founder of C*******t China.
Mao’s first act after gaining complete control of China in 1949 was to take away all guns from the population.
It was a policy he began in 1935 as he took over each rural province.
Anyone found with a gun post-confiscation was executed.

An estimated 65 million Chinese died as a result of Mao’s repeated, merciless attempts to create a new “socialist” China. Anyone who got in his way was done away with—by execution, imprisonment, or forced famine.
Mao k**led more people than either Stalin or Hitler during World War II.
And it all began after he took away the guns.

Dictators throughout much of history have disarmed their populations before they began their mass k*****gs. Examples abound beyond Mao: Hitler took guns from the Jews in November of 1938, and Kristallnacht and the Holocaust followed; and then there was Fidel Castro in Cuba and Hugo Chavez in Venezuela, to name but a few.

Cuba and Gun Control
Everybody ought to have a gun, Castro maintained—until he took over Cuba in 1959. At a rally in Havana before he assumed power, he explained: “This is how democracy works: It gives rifles to farmers, to students, to women, to Negroes, to the poor, and to every citizen who is ready to defend a just cause.”

Weapons ranging from Czech submachine guns to Belgian FN automatic rifles were handed out to 50,000 soldiers, 400,000 m*****amen, 100,000 members of the factory-guarding popular defense force, and to many men, women, and children in Cuba’s 1 million-strong “neighborhood vigilance committees.”
Immediately after assuming power in 1959, Castro changed his position, following Mao’s rule that guns should not be in the hands of the people.
For three weeks after the Castro government was formed, Radio Havana warned, “All citizens must turn in their combat weapons.
Civilians must take arms to police stations, soldiers to military headquarters.”

Radio Havana’s explanation was somewhat contradictory: The guns were in bad shape anyway and the “struggle against our enemies requires a rigorous control of all combat weapons.”
There was an urgency about the new policy that suggested serious concern.
Failure to turn in military weapons by Sept. 1, 1959, warned Radio Havana, would be punished not by criminal courts but by the dreaded Revolutionary Tribunals—those kangaroo courts that sentenced thousands of Cubans to death after Castro took over.

Venezuela and Gun Control
Venezuela is now paying the price for allowing Chavez to implement the Mao rule when he came to power in 2012.
The shocking nature of an economic collapse that led Venezuela from being one of the richest countries in Latin America to one of the poorest has been well documented.
One aspect of the Venezuelan crisis that does not receive much coverage is the country’s gun control regime.
All guns were outlawed when Chavez came to power, and harsh penalties were imposed on violators.
The Venezuelan Armed Forces have exclusive power to control, register, and potentially confiscate firearms.
Many citizens now regret the repressive gun control legislation the Venezuelan government implemented in 2012. Naturally, this regret is warranted.
The Venezuelan government is among the most tyrannical in the world, with a proven track record of violating basic civil liberties such as free speech, debasing its national currency, confiscating private property, and creating economic controls that destroy the country’s productivity.

E******ns have proven to be useless, as they’ve been mired with corruption and charges of government tampering. For many, taking up arms is the only option left for the country to shake off its tyrannical government.
But the Venezuelan government has prevented such an uprising with its draconian gun control.
These life-and-death lessons of history are lost on too many Americans.
Our Founding Fathers didn’t give us the Second Amendment for duck hunting or simply for self-protection in a country that at the time had a vast and yet unknown frontier.
They bestowed it upon us so that we could protect our precious nation from devolving into tyranny as so many others have done.
Politicians who respect the American ideal don’t try to diminish the Second Amendment or blame it for other ills of society that they have failed to solve but rather embrace it as part of the legacy of rights that helps keep America free.
https://www.dailysignal.com/2022/06/16/after-the-guns-were-removed-the-k*****g-fields-began/
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Apr 21, 2024 22:14:11   #
TJKMO wrote:
It is the deadliest.
Do you get to own your own nuclear weapon?

Do you own your own tank?


Why was a tank driving around a Miami-Dade neighborhood?
https://www.local10.com/news/local/2021/01/11/why-is-a-tank-driving-around-miami-dade/

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Apr 21, 2024 17:48:46   #
jimpack123 wrote:
If you believe that the Gallows were put up by the feds then U need help my little Cuban, as u are what's wrong with the GOP get a life and stop lying to yourself you are NWR!


Newly obtained video shows movement of group suspected of constructing J*** 6 gallows hours before Capitol siege
The people who erected the infamous gallows and noose on the west front of the Capitol on J*** 6, 2021, began their work in the predawn hours that day, according to newly released videos obtained by CBS News.
A report by a GOP-led U.S. House subcommittee said the perpetrators remain unaccounted for by prosecutors.

Surveillance footage shared with CBS News shows the brazenness of the work behind the gallows and noose, which have a history of r****t and threatening overtones.
On J*** 6, then-Vice President Mike Pence was presiding over the joint session of Congress to certify the E*******l College count and had been pressured by former President Donald Trump to unilaterally overturn the 2020 e******n.
He refused to do so, while outside the Capitol, protesters and r****rs around the gallows and noose chanted, "Hang Mike Pence."
https://www.cbsnews.com/news/j***6-gallows-construction-new-video/
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Apr 21, 2024 14:03:51   #
XXX wrote:
I thought fences don't work?


No, they don't Biden is still loose.
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Apr 21, 2024 12:56:59   #
BigJim wrote:
The border is a mess because of Biden. The Dems try to claim they need a bill to shut it down. Existing law is entirely sufficient, but the Dems want it open. Any provisions in a bill on the border will not make a difference as long as Biden is president. It is highly dishonest to compare Ukraine funding to border security. Ukraine requires congressional action, nothing Congress can do short of impeaching Biden will help the border.


Impeachable?
Joe Biden’s refusal, as president, to enforce i*********n l*w and secure the nation’s border deserves as much scrutiny as his behavior as vice president.
The House of Representatives has launched an impeachment inquiry into whether Joe Biden while serving as vice president, abused the powers of his office to enrich and protect his dissolute son and himself. But if Republicans are going to pursue such a step, they might have stronger grounds to focus not only on Biden’s vice p**********l deeds but also on his refusal, as president, to exercise his powers and responsibilities—namely, by failing to enforce federal i*********n l*ws.

A president’s most basic obligation is to enforce, or execute, federal laws as written and passed by Congress. The opening line of Article II of the Constitution declares, “The executive Power shall be vested in a President of the United States of America.” The essence of executive power is the authority—and the corresponding responsibility—to carry out the laws. If any more clarity were needed, the Constitution also states that the president “shall take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed.” The current immigration crisis is largely a product of Biden’s refusal to fulfill his core constitutional duty to enforce federal laws.

Under Biden’s presidency, i*****l a***ns are often willingly turning themselves in to the authorities under the guise of seeking asylum, even though from fiscal year (FY) 2008 through FY 2019, only 14 percent of those claiming a credible fear were actually granted asylum. In the words of Raul Ortiz, whom the Biden administration selected as U.S. Border Patrol (USBP) chief, aliens are likely “turning themselves in because they think they’re going to be released” into the United States. This awareness of the likelihood of being released has brought a flood of i*****l a***ns to the American border, a flood that won’t be significantly affected by Biden's recently announced change of heart on building a few miles of border wall.

Indeed, the cause of the current migrant crisis is Biden’s refusal to detain i*****l a***ns as the law requires. In the words of U.S. District Court Judge T. Kent Wetherell, that refusal is “akin to posting a flashing ‘Come In, We’re Open’ sign on the southern border.” Aliens—and cartels—can hardly miss this signal, and so they have come to the border in huge numbers. Calculations by the American Main Street Initiative (where I am president), based upon U.S. Customs and Border Protection statistics, reveal that in just two and a half years under Biden, 1 million more encounters with noncitizens at the southwest border have taken place than in the prior eight years combined under Presidents Obama and Trump.

Many of these noncitizens have stealthily crossed the border and gotten away. In fact, Biden has already presided over more “got-aways” than his two immediate predecessors combined. Many more have been apprehended at the border and summarily released into the U.S. In December 2020 (under Donald Trump), the USBP released 17 aliens into our country. Two years later, in December 2022 (under Biden), it released 140,355—more than 8,000 times as many.

As these numbers demonstrate, a night-and-day difference exists between immigration enforcement before Biden and under Biden. Of the three most recent presidents, Biden is the clear outlier. His refusal to execute federal i*********n l*ws is unlike anything we’ve ever seen before from any president.

The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) states that if “an alien seeking admission is not clearly and beyond a doubt entitled to be admitted, the alien shall be detained for a [removal] proceeding.” It also states that “if an alien asserts a credible fear of persecution, he or she shall be detained for further consideration of the application for asylum.” Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito writes that these detention “requirements, as we have held, are mandatory.”

As the American Main Street Initiative points out, “the law requires that those entering the U.S. without proper documentation be continuously detained until their claim can be adjudicated, since they don’t have the documents required to enter lawfully.” This law is not being enforced. As Andrew Arthur, a former federal immigration judge now at the Center for Immigration Studies, writes, “The reason why nearly 100,000 migrants are jamming the streets and hotels of New York City is because the Biden administration refuses to detain them.”

The Biden administration claims that it lacks the space to detain these migrants, but this is a thin excuse stemming from a self-inflicted wound. Judge Wetherell observes that the Department of Homeland Security had the capacity to detain an average daily population (ADP) of 55,000 people just four years ago, but under the Biden administration “DHS requested a reduction to 32,500 ADP for fiscal year 2022” and for FY 2023 “requested a further reduction to 25,000 ADP.” So the administration claims that there isn’t enough detention space, even while proposing further reductions in detention space.

When Biden took office, he announced that on Day One his administration would “reset” immigration-enforcement policies and that it would emphasize “equity.” DHS subsequently announced that it would apply Biden’s notions of equity in “the immigration and enforcement context.” In practice, this has meant prioritizing equity over law enforcement—thereby substituting a de facto new immigration policy for Congress’s duly passed policy, which Biden has no constitutional authority to do.

In an interview last year, Fox News anchor Bret Baier asked DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas whether “it is the objective of the Biden administration to reduce—sharply reduce—the total number of i*****l i*******ts coming across the southern border.” Mayorkas amazingly wouldn’t answer yes, instead replying, “It is the objective of the Biden administration to make sure that we have safe, legal, and orderly pathways for individuals to be able to access our legal system.”

Such a policy has had significant consequences. In just the first two years under Biden, America’s foreign-born population over the age of 16 rose by 3.9 million. That’s more than enough people to populate a new Los Angeles—or, if you prefer, a new Dallas, Fort Worth, and San Antonio combined. This two-year increase of 3.9 million easily surpasses any decade-long increase in the foreign-born population prior to 1970–1980.

Sixteen years ago, then-senator Biden said, “No great nation can be in a position where they can’t control their borders.” He added that this matters “not just for immigration, but it matters for drugs, terror, a whole range of other things.” Well, the number of encounters on the southwest border between the USBP and those on the terrorist watch list increased from three in FY 2019–2020 to 238 in FY 2022–2023. That’s a 79-fold increase in just three years.

An unsecured border also invites human trafficking. The U.N.’s International Organization for Migration now calls our southwest border “the deadliest land route for migrants worldwide.” A 2023 DHS Inspector General report says, “FY 2022 set the record for migrant deaths with more than 800 migrants dying while attempting to cross the Southwest border.” The Wall Street Journal reported earlier this year that up to 30 bodies a month have been found in the Rio Grande near Eagle Pass, Texas: “‘It’s like a graveyard,’ said Maverick County Sheriff Tom Schmerber. . . . ‘I’ve been working on the border for almost four decades and never saw tragedies of this magnitude.’” Particularly troubling is the thought of what such treks might mean for innocent children. “The border between the ports is no place for a kid,” writes Arthur, and that “is likely the safest part of the journey.”

Arthur recently visited Cochise County, on the Arizona–Mexico border, where he found an open gate in the border fence. “I was told that there are dozens of high-speed chases across the county weekly,” he writes, with “many of the drivers” being Americans who are “lured to the border via social media to serve as cartel mules carrying drug and migrant ‘loads’ with promises of adventure and easy cash.”

This is the situation that President Biden has created. In sum, his administration has prioritized i*****l a***ns over Americans, substituted its own immigration policy for Congress’s policy, and failed to fulfill its constitutional responsibility to enforce federal i*********n l*ws, abdicating that duty in the name of equity. Whether this Constitution-defying combination of negligence and usurpation warrants impeachment is for Congress to judge—but many Americans would probably find it at least as relevant to the question as what Biden did when he was vice president.
https://www.city-journal.org/article/bidens-border-policy-is-an-impeachable-offense
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Apr 21, 2024 12:29:05   #
Big dog wrote:
More reporters than supporters! Now that there tells it ALL!


Biden's popularity encouraged them to spend $500,000.00 for a fence around his property.
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Apr 21, 2024 11:29:49   #
Radar OReilly wrote:
https://youtu.be/pQzMVwQaMqQ?si=Cbc8PzlMyJDRWhMA


It includes 5000 to over 8500 per day and you believe that's an improvement?
It is insane, the number should be zero.
Then round up all the illegal invaders and deport every last one of them.
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Apr 21, 2024 11:19:48   #
Big Kahuna wrote:
Trump does know right from wrong and has shown us just how wrong and corrupt the demorat party , their media whores and their weaponized FBI, CIA, Homeland Insecurity, social media lackeys, big pharma, the IRS, and the Deep State operatives really are.


It was commenting on the stupidity and foolishness of Biden's assessment by Hur as poor memory.
Hur to defend report’s assessment of Biden’s ‘poor’ memory in opening remarks
Hur’s report depicted the president as a “sympathetic, well-meaning elderly man with a poor memory.”
“My assessment in the report about the relevance of the President’s memory was necessary and accurate and fair,” Hur writes in his opening remarks, which were first reported by Playbook. “Most importantly, what I wrote is what I believe the evidence shows, and what I expect jurors would perceive and believe. I did not sanitize my explanation. Nor did I disparage the President unfairly.”
https://www.politico.com/news/2024/03/12/robert-hur-report-biden-testimony-00146455
If Biden can't be tried, neither can Trump.
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Apr 20, 2024 21:33:57   #
AuntiE wrote:
I have found it interesting that since Kevin McCarthy made it his mission to rid the House of Madison Cawthorne of his statements about orgies and drug use multiple stories have come out about those very things. Then we have the video of homosexual sex in a Senate Hearing room.


It's not surprising as this administration is loaded with misfits and d*****ts.
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Apr 20, 2024 21:25:19   #
AuntiE wrote:
What is with Presidents and our favorite vegetables? First, it was Bush and broccoli. Now sprouts; both vegetables we consume quite a bit of.


The difference is Bush h**ed broccoli Biden is a vegetable that few want to consume.
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Apr 20, 2024 21:21:51   #
AuntiE wrote:
This is bound to be beyond interesting. I will take the first shot.

The percentage of children in single parent homes is causing a disaster among our youth, of all ethnicities.

Parents are abrogating their responsibilities to electronic technology.

Religion is verboten except in church or private home. Unfortunately, too many churches are pursuing a more political agenda than one of faith.

Our public education system focuses more on social issues than on core subjects; mathematics, reading, basic science, and writing.

I will not comment on sexual immortality.

From a clothing perspective, the worst thing that happened was the move toward business causal which has lead to slovenly appearance throughout society.

I think all the things I listed matter nil to a great many.
This is bound to be beyond interesting. I will tak... (show quote)


When I became a Federal Licensed Commodity Broker, all brokers were in suits and ties.
Then casual Fridays.
20 years later it was down to t-shirts and shorts.
At one time the motto was "Dress for success".
I will say in 20 years very seldom anyone meet with a client.
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Apr 20, 2024 20:57:00   #
proud republican wrote:
It is scary that someone like biden has the nuke codes!!


Democrats know Biden is a whacko.
Democrats Want Biden to Relinquish Sole Authority for Nuclear Launches
The president of the United States, always accompanied by a military aide carrying a satchel containing nuclear launch codes, has sole authority to order nuclear warfare or respond in kind to such an enemy attack.

Now, lawmakers of the current president’s own party are asking President Joe Biden to surrender that unilateral power.

Giving one person such authority “entails real risks,” according to a letter endorsed by 31 Democratic members of the House. “Past presidents have threatened to attack other countries with nuclear weapons or exhibited behavior that causes other officials to express concerns about the president's judgment.”

The letter, led by Representatives Jimmy Panetta and Ted Lieu, both from California, calls for officials, such as the vice president and speaker of the House, to concur with a launch order before it can be issued.
https://www.voanews.com/a/usa_us-politics_democrats-want-biden-relinquish-sole-authority-nuclear-launches/6202565.html
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Apr 20, 2024 20:51:02   #
proud republican wrote:
https://x.com/BidenHQ/status/1780955254118342663


That "knife" would not cut soft butter.
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