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The truth is always difficult to accept by those

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Posted on June 4, 2020 at 19:35:00
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especially during an election year...








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RE: The truth is always difficult to accept by those, posted on June 4, 2020 at 19:55:55
well there's a dangling particle if I've ever seen one!

go ahead, finish your sentence ....


be well,

 

Dangling particles?, posted on June 4, 2020 at 20:12:48
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Like quarks and bosons?

Or, do you mean participles? :)

 

RE: The truth is always difficult to accept by those, posted on June 4, 2020 at 20:26:28
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Truth. Thanks! for sharing.

 

How does your post differ from..., posted on June 4, 2020 at 20:44:55
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...this one? Her Trumpian snit seems to have already gotten more attention than it warrants.

 

What truth are you referring to and who is "those"? nt, posted on June 4, 2020 at 20:46:38
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LoL !!, posted on June 4, 2020 at 20:57:18
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Correcting the corrector? ;-)


 

RE: Dangling particles?, posted on June 4, 2020 at 21:00:25
thank you for the semi-autocorrect E-Stat

interesting that you mention quarks ..

color confinement. you can't see them. I'm sorry, 'observe'.

anyway, you were saying:

'The truth is always difficult to accept by those .... '

who? are? were? will?

dangle?

Be well,



 

RE: How does your post differ from..., posted on June 4, 2020 at 21:13:11
the time stamp


be well,


 

RE: LoL !!, posted on June 4, 2020 at 21:16:22
me? I can't live up to that!

too much pressure

be well,



 

RE: for when your desperately searching for someone , posted on June 4, 2020 at 21:29:42
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to tell you what to think, or for when you're just too scared to express yourself, let someone else do it for you - the "those" you're referring to.
The redundancy is ridiculous


 

Already posted here a bit further down the page. Try to pay attention..., posted on June 4, 2020 at 21:56:08
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Especially if that's the best you can do to try and make some dubious point.

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Why do I feel that all the Inmates mocking this young lady, posted on June 4, 2020 at 21:57:37
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were completely gobsmacked when Hillary lost the election.

There are none so blind as those who will not see.

JE

 

RE: Why do I feel that all the Inmates mocking this young lady, posted on June 4, 2020 at 22:11:33
'Why do I feel ... '

I don't know ... does it hurt?

one of the saddest loneliest posts ever

and really gets to one of the essential epistemological questions of man

Hillary who?

be well,


 

Because you have nothing better to suppose?..., posted on June 4, 2020 at 23:27:26
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Pretty vacant supposition on your part, what?

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RE: Because you have nothing better to suppose?..., posted on June 4, 2020 at 23:40:06
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Pretty vacant non-sequitur on your part?

The majority in this forum will gang together to disparage this woman and any Inmates who support her.

I'm just saying that once upon a time the sense of the Asylum was that Hillary would be a walk in. Bits of contrarian evidence like this were simply eradicated from the Asylum with no attempt at reasonable rebuttal.

How did that work out for the Hillary supporters?

JE

 

"I'm just saying that once upon a time the sense of the Asylum was that Hillary would be a walk in.", posted on June 5, 2020 at 00:32:50
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How is that relevant to the OPs post?

What does politics have to do with it?

I would imagine once upon a time the sense of the Asylum was that CDs were a good thing.

That's about equally as relevant.

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"The truth" normally disappears from here ... however the Candace Owens' 'truth' apears acceptable? LOL , posted on June 5, 2020 at 05:33:52
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Mea culpa, posted on June 5, 2020 at 05:41:18
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I don't read 100% of all posts here. Most are repetitive.

My wife and I shared dinner with her parents last night and her Mom introduced that to me.

"Gentle Giant" he was not.

 

Many truths, posted on June 5, 2020 at 05:46:40
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I'll just mention the obvious one.

A "gentle giant" (That bogus label parroted on GMA this morning by another in the car) he was not. He was a recidivist felon previously convicted of armed robbery.

"Gentle" people don't take fentanyl and methamphetamine.

"Gentle" people don't commit violent crimes

"Gentle" people don't point loaded guns at folks. Especially pregnant women.

Having said that, the laws governing the use of deadly force were clearly violated by those cops.

 

RE: Mea culpa, posted on June 5, 2020 at 07:11:32
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But neither was he death-row fodder.

 

Where does one start?, posted on June 5, 2020 at 07:22:01
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Most news stories don't tell you he was a recidivist felon convicted of armed robbery.

Cops don't like having to arrest folks when they are aware they have a history of violent crime. "Non-gentle" folks have no compunction using their guns or other weapons on police.

Most folks don't understand the significantly skewed demographics of violent crime.


 

Your last sentence is all that's relevant. nt, posted on June 5, 2020 at 07:23:01
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Agree, posted on June 5, 2020 at 07:23:24
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read my response to Rick.

 

RE: Where does one start?, posted on June 5, 2020 at 08:26:27
'one' could start by answering the questions you're ignoring.

I'm aware that he served time. once served it's supposed to wipe the slate unless the rehabilitated offender is back before a judge. time served equals rehabilitated by statute. recidivism is another issue.

justice is supposed to be blind, but it would seem that you're saying it's OK for her to take a peek. there's guidelines for making an arrest. once a suspect is under control they are to be taken into custody. that is no small thing. custody, of course means charge, control and safekeeping.

safekeeping. repeat that to yourself while watching the vid clip of the arrest again. rinse and repeat as needed in order to internalize just how bad this whole thing is.

that 'peace officer' had some 40+ reprimands for 'necking' arrestees over the past five years. something like this was bound to happen.

he also knew George Floyd having worked at a club with him.

I'm fully aware of the culture of law enforcement, and it must change period full stop. you either believe in all of the constitution or none of it. because that would be unconstitutional.

be well,

 

Absolutely, posted on June 5, 2020 at 08:32:54
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To date, not a single poster here has been able to credibly disprove a single point she has made, nor identify a single point she has made for that matter either.

She provided documented historical background information that all other MSM outlets have purposely omitted to further their narrative. All opposing posts here have been as intellectually vapid as yours. Quick insults, no substance.

 

RE: What truth are you referring to and who is "those"? nt, posted on June 5, 2020 at 08:36:40
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If you listened to what she had to say, you wouldn't have to cherry pic E-Stat. Who knows, you might learn something the MSM hasn't already spoon fed you.

 

+1 ...........nt, posted on June 5, 2020 at 08:58:22
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+10, posted on June 5, 2020 at 09:02:03
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Yes, I was waiting to see if there would be any substance contributed by the typical posters here that have a "different" perspective, yet, nothing of substance has been logged. Pretty obvious. Unfortunately, the OP post will travel down the page accompanying the dregs of of what is now typically being accepted and posted and in this appropriately labeled "Inmate Asylum". In the words of a great statesman " cant we all just get along". (Rodney King)

 

"nor identify a single point she has made for that matter either.", posted on June 5, 2020 at 09:14:17
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Because she didn't make any?

 

RE: "nor identify a single point she has made for that matter either.", posted on June 5, 2020 at 09:56:24
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You are exemplifying my previous post. Thanks for the confirmation.

 

RE: Where does one start?, posted on June 5, 2020 at 11:36:36
'you either believe in all of the constitution or none of it'

my apologies for the hyperbole

carry on!

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At about 8 minutes she says all that really matters..., posted on June 5, 2020 at 13:22:37
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Coincidently about the same amount of time Chauvin was kneeling on Floyd's neck
leading to his death.

The rest is essentially irrelevant because of that, no matter how much sense it
may or may not make.

This situation we are in is about how a rogue cop killed a suspect and was caught doing it.

Bad cop/bad suspect.

One was the straw; the other is in jail.


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Remember the riots, looting, murders and burnings abou ..., posted on June 5, 2020 at 13:53:37
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Remember the riots, looting, murders and burnings about Justine Ruszczyk Damond wearing pajamas, Daniel Shaver pulling up his underwear and Tony Timpa while laying face down with cops sitting on top of him making fun of him while he died ???

Nope, me neither because there was NONE. Its call conditioned selective outrage and you good sir, have been conditioned on what to be enraged about and what to ignore.

The cop that executed at point blank range an unarmed near-naked man in cold blood, crawling on his hands and knees, pleading for his life walked Scott free, yet no outrage, no looting, no riots, no fires, no free big screen TeeVees, no free Air Jordans. The Somali cop that gunned down a women in her pajamas was politically protected with similar lack of SJW response.

Cadence hit the nail on the head, yet most everyone fails to recognize their conditioned responses to the contrary.

 

There you go again..., posted on June 5, 2020 at 14:06:20
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Your level of assumption is on par with your level of paranoia to foment and distract.

STFU.

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RE: There you go again..., posted on June 5, 2020 at 14:16:45
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Dropping the F-bomb. A little too close for comfort so profanity and squelching free speech is the canonical response, not to mention avoiding each one of the aforementioned ignored victims like the first go around ???

 

Foment..., posted on June 5, 2020 at 14:21:47
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"F" is for Foment when it comes to you.

If I was going to tell you to fuck off, I would.

Just more distracting on your part.

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RE: Foment..., posted on June 5, 2020 at 14:32:58
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... STFU ..", so you reinvented the standard FLA to make it your very own. Great.

Now, address the 3 missing riots, burning and lootings instead of avoiding the deceased.

 

You do that..., posted on June 5, 2020 at 14:50:33
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if it's so important to you.

You are still assuming a lot.



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RE: Foment..., posted on June 5, 2020 at 14:51:11
'Now address the 3 missing riots, burning and lootings'

1600 Pennsylvania Ave Nw, Washington, DC 20500

be well,


 

Who let Hillary in?, posted on June 5, 2020 at 15:40:20
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Hillary is completely irrelevant unless you have a cogent point to make.

Candice is also completely irrelevant actually. She seems like an intellectual zero, but a pretty girl nevertheless.

 

RE: Who let Hillary in?, posted on June 5, 2020 at 15:46:05
'cogent point to make'

wouldn't that be refreshing? like a breath of fresh air!

don't hold yours though

with regards,



 

What a powerful statement by an exceptionally brave and intelligent young woman., posted on June 5, 2020 at 15:54:03
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Thanks for posting this video. I hope she stays safe.
And shame on the media for not reporting ALL the facts. Once again.

 

Awakening, posted on June 5, 2020 at 17:11:26
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All 3 of those happened under BHO and Holder's reign, same as Ferguson. Note the differences ???

Don't think that was the answer you were reaching for with your cryptic, incoherent responses.

 

Hey!! Just for shits n giggles......, posted on June 5, 2020 at 18:10:37
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I found the video Candace talked about showing the multiple drug bag drops by George...








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You just have to admire that a 6 time felon and drug abuser got a national funeral. Only in America!

 

Clearly, you didn't pay attention to the message, posted on June 5, 2020 at 18:17:00
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You continue to focus on a single tree. One hapless felon who was stupid enough to use his own car and tag to perform armed robbery where he was quickly apprehended.

Ms. Owens is commenting on the underlying challenge as seen in the forest.

Poor George never understood that by continuing to commit crimes, he would continually get caught. Unfortunately this time by a bad egg.

Solving the problem needs to address the root causes, not aspects after the fact

 

exactly my thoughts about her............................nt, posted on June 5, 2020 at 18:18:22
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RE: Hey!! Just for shits n giggles......, posted on June 5, 2020 at 18:28:51
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The cops weren't too observant that the left's recently canonized patron saint had drugs on his person and was ditching them right in front of their presence.

Obviously, St. Floyd must have unintentionally dropped the planted bags of dope. If only the video of the cops forcing him to ingest the meth and fentanyl before the 911 call would surface. It would certainly justify the cannonization and the 11 human sacrifices (mostly black) thereof.

 

to Candace's point..........................., posted on June 5, 2020 at 18:51:33
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It's amazing with his record and what was going on with the arrest... that he got a national funeral.

I can think of much better examples. Innocent collateral damage.

Chris Beatty - Pitt receivers coach, tried to save 2 people from muggers
David Dorn - 38 yrs in law enforcement, checked on a pawn shop alarm.
Italia Kelly - a beautiful 22 yr old leaving a violent protest.
Dave Underwood - Federal agent, victim of a drive by shooting.

 

RE: to Candace's point..........................., posted on June 5, 2020 at 19:31:43
Dave, I just can't tell you what an important service you provide by incessantly reporting on reporting, interpreting interpretations, and recapping what anyone that wanted to could bloody well go read for themselves.

I really can't

be well,


 

Poor fool, posted on June 5, 2020 at 19:37:18
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After countless convictions, he still thought he could evade the law.

 

RE: Poor fool, posted on June 5, 2020 at 20:13:23
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One online rag was making him out to be one of Houston's premiere religious leaders, but they didn't identify what "religion" he was the beacon of.

Nor did they mention anything about his recidivism rates or that he had a violent criminal record.

There is this theory Darwin had. Floyd seems to have proved it is still relevant after millions of years of evolution.

You can't riot/loot/legislate away Darwinism.

 

Bloody Well Right..................................................., posted on June 5, 2020 at 20:17:51
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Supertramp - Crime of the Century 1974

 

RE: Poor fool, posted on June 5, 2020 at 20:29:14
hey, maybe you two and some of the other guys could meet up and join the counter-protest, get out there and be heard!

if you're not too tied up posting here that is

or intimidated by blacks & pandemics

or it's really not that important to you now that you think about it

be well,




 

here is another GEM!!! Nestride Yumga speaks truth.............., posted on June 5, 2020 at 20:56:20
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an American from Cameroon. She speaks the truth... and they try to shut her down...








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RE: Poor fool, posted on June 5, 2020 at 21:01:16
'Floyd seems to have proved'

'You can't riot/loot/legislate away Darwinism'

!! ... riot & loot after he was killed?

it just has to hurt to be this stupid

 

RE: here is another GEM!!! Nestride Yumga speaks truth.............., posted on June 5, 2020 at 21:13:03
who tried to shut her down Dave?

why does her opinion rise to the level of truth?

because you agree with it?

there's 2.5 questions there

try and answer them

be well,

 

RE: here is another GEM!!! Nestride Yumga speaks truth.............., posted on June 5, 2020 at 21:19:17
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You have to watch the video... get back to me once you've accomplished this simple assignment.

 

Such a trite response, posted on June 6, 2020 at 06:25:50
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Be well.

 

Pathetic protesters, posted on June 6, 2020 at 06:45:55
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"What are you fighting for?"

Isn't it obvious? All violence. And she is trying to open the eyes of those blind to that which goes on every day in her city of Chicago. Which is predominantly intraracial.

That doesn't make news. Who really cares about the "numbers" as she observes?

 

She's making a career out of being a token black conservative, posted on June 6, 2020 at 08:57:41
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The right loves to put a spotlight on black conservatives. Extra bonus points if it's a black woman conservative. For Republicans, that's like finding the Holy Grail.

You guys are trotting her out like some kind of cardboard cutout to stand next to and say "See, we're not racist. Really, we're not. We have black people on our side too."

If the same words were spoken by a white man, it would be just another opinion with no more weight than any other. You wouldn't have bothered to post it. And that's how her opinion should be treated, colorblind.

What this really boils down to is a conflict between three prevailing points of view:

1. George Floyd was a criminal, so he deserved it. The right is too chicken shit to say that directly. Instead, they've decided to highlight every bit of adverse information about the guy they can find, and hope the point comes across while retaining deniability.

2. George Floyd was a martyr/hero. I won't say gentle giant because that's one of my favorite prog rock bands. For the same reason as the right wants to tear the guy down, the left wants to prop him up.

I think both of the above viewpoints are dragging the discussion away from the facts. To me, the only reasonable viewpoint is the third:

3. It doesn't matter who he was or what he did. What matters is that a cop killed him unnecessarily and (from the looks of it) intentionally. This point of view requires people to separate the criminality of killing someone from the life story of the person who was killed, which seems to be intellectually too challenging for a large percentage of the population.

 

RE: She's making a career out of being a token black conservative, posted on June 6, 2020 at 09:35:17
if I may ... denial of due process is both unconstitutional & taxation without representation; which is wholly Unamerican

what happened there and elsewhere / 'elsewhen' exposes systemic racism

it is difficult to impossible for those that are pro-authoritarian, racist, or in denial of those proclivities to comprehend the rage this engenders, or the sympathy from those who are not

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RE: point # 3 resonates with me..., posted on June 6, 2020 at 10:03:24
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I can't get my head around why some strongly imply that he deserved to die. My inference is that if they came out and said it, they'd expose their racism. They think implying it gives them plausible deniability.

 

There you go again. Pragmatic, reasonable and honest..., posted on June 6, 2020 at 13:11:39
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Yep, number 3 it is, the rest is all diversion, divisiveness and BS, hopefully
due to trying to get one's head around the insanity and reality behind number 3.

Probably not though, but we must have hope.

Thanks Dave.

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BS. No one is implying any such thing., posted on June 6, 2020 at 13:57:44
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Wow, that never even crossed my mind that he deserved to die. If you are are inferring such a thing, it is on YOUR mind.

 

RE: sorry to post that under your post..., posted on June 6, 2020 at 16:45:48
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But others here have implied such.

 

Amazingly, some have implied that... N/T, posted on June 6, 2020 at 23:06:28
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You are a true Candace Fanboy! Good work... N/T, posted on June 6, 2020 at 23:45:30
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She's making a career out of being a black conservative, posted on June 7, 2020 at 13:48:44
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"The right loves to put a spotlight on black conservatives."

The left loves to put a spotlight on black liberals. Donna Brasile, Barack Obama, Al Sharpton, et al.

"George Floyd was a criminal, so he deserved it. The right is too chicken shit to say that directly."

Now you're just making stuff up, based on your own political attitudes. If, as you say, the Right hasn't said it, why do you imagine it and bring it up?

"It doesn't matter who he was or what he did. What matters is that a cop killed him unnecessarily and (from the looks of it) intentionally."

Now you're making some sense. I'll say that I doubt he intentionally killed the dirt bag. After all, he would know that his own career would be over, and that he'd spend a considerable amount of time in prison.

 

RE: She's making a career out of being a black conservative, posted on June 7, 2020 at 14:35:24
'"The right loves to put a spotlight on black conservatives."'

here, Dave is pointing out that black conservatives are so rare they're used as props and often found to be mercenary.

no one on 'the Left' needs to spotlight black liberals because that is where the vast majority dwell [at least] on the sociopolitical spectrum

'Now you're just making stuff up'

no he's not

'Now you're making some sense'

I haven't seen Dave K post anything that didn't so far to date

as for yourself, enjoy the epiphany

be well,


 

RE: The truth is always difficult to accept by those, posted on June 9, 2020 at 01:01:58
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George Soros, is behind a great deal of this Bullshit.

 

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