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Against the boycott, is she? Pardon me if I don't believe it for an instant.
she flipped when confronted with the loss of revenue for a city where black folks own 30% of the businesses, compared to liberal white colorado.
 
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Or does it show how stupid some ceo's are?
where do you think the ceo's get their news and opinions from? they know who holds the reigns, and it isn't white people.
notice how many ceo's are out there publicly defending election protections? crickets.
 

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    what happened to the accusations he used the office to get rich?

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    Do you realize Hunter had more wealth than that just from China? Well, before he smoked it in his crack pipe...
     
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    she flipped when confronted with the loss of revenue for a city where black folks own 30% of the businesses, compared to liberal white colorado.
    Oh I know. But I still don't believe she's really against it. She just wants the other 70% of business boycotted or some shit.
     
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    Maybe Trump lied about his wealth?
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    It's okay, he's got daddy's inheritance, and those stupid fucktards that keep donating to his rather vague "return" to politics.
    Still think he should set up his own church.
    Then he can scoop up the other low IQ believers that throw their dollars at money hungry charlatans.E9oadOOmD27jG.gif
     

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    Is this legit? Someone check on this.

    she was 25
     

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    Biden and Fauci are taking credit for the coronavirus vaccine instead of giving any to Trump.

    So the question of the day is; are they going to blame Trump for all the millions of doses that are contaminated or the deaths that it has caused?
     
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    Not to be a wet blankie... but it's the identity politics et al the other crap he would advocate that I suspect would outweigh the good. It normalizes the mental illness. Every tranny in the U.S. would probably come running to this state just to be closer to their idol.
    Trannyfornia lol
     
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    I hate this unilateral "destruction of evidence" policy...really bad trend.


    I know of places with evidence from 50 year old unsolved cases kept because "maybe" they will be able to solve it. Institutionally there is a mindset that wants to see every case solved.

    Shit doesn't just get "timed out" and thrown away.
     

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    With the Constitutional violations of State election laws, Pence was within his rights to not count those votes, until he could ask the State Legislatures to verify them.
    yup. he absolutely could have heard objections and allowed a debate.
     
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    Amazing. You guys are lunatics, and I love you for it.
     

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    What we’re seeing is the most powerful people in our country, from Hollywood and Silicon Valley to Wall Street and the commissioner’s desk, launching open war on Americans who are less wealthy and influential than they are. Christians, conservatives, the white working poor, our state legislators — these are their targets. We are the targets.

     

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    With the Constitutional violations of State election laws, Pence was within his rights to not count those votes, until he could ask the State Legislatures to verify them.
    They tried this once, in 1857, and after that congress passed a law to make sure it never happened again. It's called the Electoral Count Act. He literally cannot reject electoral votes. The joint session can, though they wouldn't, but the VP cannot. It's tin foil hat land to believe otherwise, but it is the Bear Pit.

    But think about it from a constitutional point of view. The idea that a candidate for Pres or VP, as is almost always the case for the sitting VP, would have the last word on the next winner, is so antithetical to the idea of a government based in the separation of powers that it is almost head spinning. It was just that kind of corruption that led the colonists to leave.
     

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    There was a constitutionally valid way for the vote to be sent to the house delegations.

    Pence would have needed to allow the maximum time, I believe it was two hours for each contested vote, and he would have needed to allow each individual electoral vote to be contested, not just one debate did all electoral votes per state. Then, by a certain date, if the vote was still being contested, then the house delegations would have chosen.
     

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    They tried this once, in 1857, and after that congress passed a law to make sure it never happened again. It's called the Electoral Count Act. He literally cannot reject electoral votes. The joint session can, though they wouldn't, but the VP cannot. It's tin foil hat land to believe otherwise, but it is the Bear Pit.

    But think about it from a constitutional point of view. The idea that a candidate for Pres or VP, as is almost always the case for the sitting VP, would have the last word on the next winner, is so antithetical to the idea of a government based in the separation of powers that it is almost head spinning. It was just that kind of corruption that led the colonists to leave.
    Your ignorance is showing.
    First Congress has no power to pass any law that violates the Constitution.
    Second the VP would not be having the last word. The State legislature would. He would only be asking that they verify the Electors.

    Now I will take Samual Clemons advice regarding arguing with a fool.
     

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    Bad ole @Choid -evil’s advocate- doesn’t know the shoulder angle of a .30-06 without google, but has opinions of full breakdown of Constitutional elections with references.

    Makes you wonder why he comes to a place called Snipershide...

    These shills should have to pay for a commercial account. They’re clearly here for business it just isn’t the gun business...
     

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    Maybe Trump lied about his wealth?
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    It's okay, he's got daddy's inheritance, and those stupid fucktards that keep donating to his rather vague "return" to politics.
    Still think he should set up his own church.
    Then he can scoop up the other low IQ believers that throw their dollars at money hungry charlatans.View attachment 7599736
    Did you have a head injury as a child?

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    Meanwhile another prime example of the horrors that FaceBook brings to unsuspecting young people:


    It's tragic that the young man didn't have a good enough relationship with his family to be able to go to his parents and ask for help.
    But FaceBook needs to be held accountable. They are all proud about how they can "proactively block trump supporters" but can't seem to be bothered about real life threatening stuff.
     

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    Your ignorance is showing.
    First Congress has no power to pass any law that violates the Constitution.
    Second the VP would not be having the last word. The State legislature would. He would only be asking that they verify the Electors.

    Now I will take Samual Clemons advice regarding arguing with a fool.
    Well, the law has not been ruled unconstitutional, so it has that going for it. But in any case, it is very hard to imagine the founders vesting the executive branch with the ability to have such a strong check on the election of the executive branch. It is, given the rest of the constitution, almost unfathomable.

    You can think I am a fool or not, but if you look at constitutional scholars, and not meme posters on twitbook, the agreement on this would be about 99.99% to .01%. Probably all fools, not like the big brains on moronic right.
     

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    I hate this unilateral "destruction of evidence" policy...really bad trend.
    Indeed.
    I know of places with evidence from 50 year old unsolved cases kept because "maybe" they will be able to solve it. Institutionally there is a mindset that wants to see every case solved.

    Shit doesn't just get "timed out" and thrown away.
    Ding ding ding. Exactly. But don’t worry, anyone with this mindset will be called a conspiracy theorist.
     

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    Meanwhile another prime example of the horrors that FaceBook brings to unsuspecting young people:


    It's tragic that the young man didn't have a good enough relationship with his family to be able to go to his parents and ask for help.
    But FaceBook needs to be held accountable. They are all proud about how they can "proactively block trump supporters" but can't seem to be bothered about real life threatening stuff.


    It wasnt that he didnt have a good enough relationship with his family, its more that he was burdened that he had perhaps brought shame to the peeps he cared about.

    This kid had something few in society have......a sense of shame.

    While the likes of the Kardashians make money off of what he was being put under duress for he felt being accused of it was worse than living.

    Sucks.....evil fucks out there.