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  • mickeyratmickeyrat Posts: 20,648
    mickeyrat said:
    mickeyrat said:
    mickeyrat said:
    mickeyrat said:

    I'll tell you this, I don't think the censoring is a good idea.

    so then user agreements and  terms of service are worthless?

    send those kinds of posts to a newspaper. bet they dont get printed online or in print.... helltheympolice thier comments online

    fundamentally whats the difference?
    I have to look it up but the internet is governed by a set of laws that is broad and I do remember people wanting them changed.  I'll need to delve in it further.

    When something like Parler gets taken down then that is something.  Is it a different point of view, alternate facts or hate speech?  Wanting to secure our border doesn't make you a racist but it tends to lean that way now and if you say so you'll get lambasted.

    I see the censoring as to bringing up more problems and it feeds the "deep state" theories.



    plotting the violent overthrow of our government, overturning a secure and legally certified election, and installing a king is not alternate facts or hate speech. its felony conspiracy.

    these companies are bound by contract law.

    every member of Parler including its owner are free to hit a soapbox and spew whatever the fuck they want. however speech has its consequences. these fuckers are finding that out. a nongovernmental entity has its rights and obligations too.

    this is the free market exercising its muscle.
    I bolded the above.

    Almost half the country that could vote, voted for Donald Trump and a fair amount of them believe the election was rigged and wanted to do something about it.  How we stop that way of thinking is a different story.




    most of those love the flag. and that seems to be about it.

    the rest of us love the constitution first......

    oh and there were about 60 to 70 million that could vote but didn't
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  • Merkin BallerMerkin Baller Posts: 5,401
    mickeyrat said:
    mickeyrat said:
    mickeyrat said:

    I'll tell you this, I don't think the censoring is a good idea.

    so then user agreements and  terms of service are worthless?

    send those kinds of posts to a newspaper. bet they dont get printed online or in print.... helltheympolice thier comments online

    fundamentally whats the difference?
    I have to look it up but the internet is governed by a set of laws that is broad and I do remember people wanting them changed.  I'll need to delve in it further.

    When something like Parler gets taken down then that is something.  Is it a different point of view, alternate facts or hate speech?  Wanting to secure our border doesn't make you a racist but it tends to lean that way now and if you say so you'll get lambasted.

    I see the censoring as to bringing up more problems and it feeds the "deep state" theories.



    plotting the violent overthrow of our government, overturning a secure and legally certified election, and installing a king is not alternate facts or hate speech. its felony conspiracy.

    these companies are bound by contract law.

    every member of Parler including its owner are free to hit a soapbox and spew whatever the fuck they want. however speech has its consequences. these fuckers are finding that out. a nongovernmental entity has its rights and obligations too.

    this is the free market exercising its muscle.
    I'm against censorship of free speech as much as the next person, but it's no secret that free speech has its limitations. 

    If trump using twitter to organize lynch mobs to go after his political enemies doesn't warrant consequences, then what does? 
    I remember when Howard Stern would get in a tiff with someone and his fans would go after or heckle them.  His fans were always rabid and loyal.

    Alex Jones was thrown off the air because of this too.  He was slightly more radical than Trump and Stern though.  I had heartache with that too but was relieved in a way that people would stop listening to him as gospel.

    I have very mixed feelings about it is all.
    I'm trying to recall when Howard Stern fomented an overthrow of the United States Government... when was that exactly? 

  • mickeyratmickeyrat Posts: 20,648
    mickeyrat said:
    mickeyrat said:
    mickeyrat said:

    I'll tell you this, I don't think the censoring is a good idea.

    so then user agreements and  terms of service are worthless?

    send those kinds of posts to a newspaper. bet they dont get printed online or in print.... helltheympolice thier comments online

    fundamentally whats the difference?
    I have to look it up but the internet is governed by a set of laws that is broad and I do remember people wanting them changed.  I'll need to delve in it further.

    When something like Parler gets taken down then that is something.  Is it a different point of view, alternate facts or hate speech?  Wanting to secure our border doesn't make you a racist but it tends to lean that way now and if you say so you'll get lambasted.

    I see the censoring as to bringing up more problems and it feeds the "deep state" theories.



    plotting the violent overthrow of our government, overturning a secure and legally certified election, and installing a king is not alternate facts or hate speech. its felony conspiracy.

    these companies are bound by contract law.

    every member of Parler including its owner are free to hit a soapbox and spew whatever the fuck they want. however speech has its consequences. these fuckers are finding that out. a nongovernmental entity has its rights and obligations too.

    this is the free market exercising its muscle.
    I'm against censorship of free speech as much as the next person, but it's no secret that free speech has its limitations. 

    If trump using twitter to organize lynch mobs to go after his political enemies doesn't warrant consequences, then what does? 
    I remember when Howard Stern would get in a tiff with someone and his fans would go after or heckle them.  His fans were always rabid and loyal.

    Alex Jones was thrown off the air because of this too.  He was slightly more radical than Trump and Stern though.  I had heartache with that too but was relieved in a way that people would stop listening to him as gospel.

    I have very mixed feelings about it is all.
    I'm trying to recall when Howard Stern fomented an overthrow of the United States Government... when was that exactly? 

    he didnt. he went to siriusxm......
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  • tempo_n_groovetempo_n_groove Posts: 26,344
    mickeyrat said:
    mickeyrat said:
    mickeyrat said:

    I'll tell you this, I don't think the censoring is a good idea.

    so then user agreements and  terms of service are worthless?

    send those kinds of posts to a newspaper. bet they dont get printed online or in print.... helltheympolice thier comments online

    fundamentally whats the difference?
    I have to look it up but the internet is governed by a set of laws that is broad and I do remember people wanting them changed.  I'll need to delve in it further.

    When something like Parler gets taken down then that is something.  Is it a different point of view, alternate facts or hate speech?  Wanting to secure our border doesn't make you a racist but it tends to lean that way now and if you say so you'll get lambasted.

    I see the censoring as to bringing up more problems and it feeds the "deep state" theories.



    plotting the violent overthrow of our government, overturning a secure and legally certified election, and installing a king is not alternate facts or hate speech. its felony conspiracy.

    these companies are bound by contract law.

    every member of Parler including its owner are free to hit a soapbox and spew whatever the fuck they want. however speech has its consequences. these fuckers are finding that out. a nongovernmental entity has its rights and obligations too.

    this is the free market exercising its muscle.
    I'm against censorship of free speech as much as the next person, but it's no secret that free speech has its limitations. 

    If trump using twitter to organize lynch mobs to go after his political enemies doesn't warrant consequences, then what does? 
    I remember when Howard Stern would get in a tiff with someone and his fans would go after or heckle them.  His fans were always rabid and loyal.

    Alex Jones was thrown off the air because of this too.  He was slightly more radical than Trump and Stern though.  I had heartache with that too but was relieved in a way that people would stop listening to him as gospel.

    I have very mixed feelings about it is all.
    I'm trying to recall when Howard Stern fomented an overthrow of the United States Government... when was that exactly? 
    Nice. 
    I'm showing how he used his mass influence in media to distort a situation.  Thank you for seeing the angle I was going for, lol.
  • Merkin BallerMerkin Baller Posts: 5,401
    mickeyrat said:
    mickeyrat said:
    mickeyrat said:

    I'll tell you this, I don't think the censoring is a good idea.

    so then user agreements and  terms of service are worthless?

    send those kinds of posts to a newspaper. bet they dont get printed online or in print.... helltheympolice thier comments online

    fundamentally whats the difference?
    I have to look it up but the internet is governed by a set of laws that is broad and I do remember people wanting them changed.  I'll need to delve in it further.

    When something like Parler gets taken down then that is something.  Is it a different point of view, alternate facts or hate speech?  Wanting to secure our border doesn't make you a racist but it tends to lean that way now and if you say so you'll get lambasted.

    I see the censoring as to bringing up more problems and it feeds the "deep state" theories.



    plotting the violent overthrow of our government, overturning a secure and legally certified election, and installing a king is not alternate facts or hate speech. its felony conspiracy.

    these companies are bound by contract law.

    every member of Parler including its owner are free to hit a soapbox and spew whatever the fuck they want. however speech has its consequences. these fuckers are finding that out. a nongovernmental entity has its rights and obligations too.

    this is the free market exercising its muscle.
    I'm against censorship of free speech as much as the next person, but it's no secret that free speech has its limitations. 

    If trump using twitter to organize lynch mobs to go after his political enemies doesn't warrant consequences, then what does? 
    I remember when Howard Stern would get in a tiff with someone and his fans would go after or heckle them.  His fans were always rabid and loyal.

    Alex Jones was thrown off the air because of this too.  He was slightly more radical than Trump and Stern though.  I had heartache with that too but was relieved in a way that people would stop listening to him as gospel.

    I have very mixed feelings about it is all.
    I'm trying to recall when Howard Stern fomented an overthrow of the United States Government... when was that exactly? 
    Nice. 
    I'm showing how he used his mass influence in media to distort a situation.  Thank you for seeing the angle I was going for, lol.

    One guy was a threat to decency, the other's a threat to national security & the constitution. 

    You're comparing apples & oranges here, what we're living through is unprecedented. 

  • tempo_n_groovetempo_n_groove Posts: 26,344
    mickeyrat said:
    mickeyrat said:
    mickeyrat said:

    I'll tell you this, I don't think the censoring is a good idea.

    so then user agreements and  terms of service are worthless?

    send those kinds of posts to a newspaper. bet they dont get printed online or in print.... helltheympolice thier comments online

    fundamentally whats the difference?
    I have to look it up but the internet is governed by a set of laws that is broad and I do remember people wanting them changed.  I'll need to delve in it further.

    When something like Parler gets taken down then that is something.  Is it a different point of view, alternate facts or hate speech?  Wanting to secure our border doesn't make you a racist but it tends to lean that way now and if you say so you'll get lambasted.

    I see the censoring as to bringing up more problems and it feeds the "deep state" theories.



    plotting the violent overthrow of our government, overturning a secure and legally certified election, and installing a king is not alternate facts or hate speech. its felony conspiracy.

    these companies are bound by contract law.

    every member of Parler including its owner are free to hit a soapbox and spew whatever the fuck they want. however speech has its consequences. these fuckers are finding that out. a nongovernmental entity has its rights and obligations too.

    this is the free market exercising its muscle.
    I'm against censorship of free speech as much as the next person, but it's no secret that free speech has its limitations. 

    If trump using twitter to organize lynch mobs to go after his political enemies doesn't warrant consequences, then what does? 
    I remember when Howard Stern would get in a tiff with someone and his fans would go after or heckle them.  His fans were always rabid and loyal.

    Alex Jones was thrown off the air because of this too.  He was slightly more radical than Trump and Stern though.  I had heartache with that too but was relieved in a way that people would stop listening to him as gospel.

    I have very mixed feelings about it is all.
    I'm trying to recall when Howard Stern fomented an overthrow of the United States Government... when was that exactly? 
    Nice. 
    I'm showing how he used his mass influence in media to distort a situation.  Thank you for seeing the angle I was going for, lol.

    One guy was a threat to decency, the other's a threat to national security & the constitution. 

    You're comparing apples & oranges here, what we're living through is unprecedented. 
    Never mind then.
  • DewieCoxDewieCox Posts: 10,937
    Masters of the self own, they’ve been sharing Orwell(a democratic socialist) exerpts the last few days, while pressing for the government  to step in and force private companies to allow blatant disinformation and propaganda.
  • mickeyratmickeyrat Posts: 20,648
    DewieCox said:
    Masters of the self own, they’ve been sharing Orwell(a democratic socialist) exerpts the last few days, while pressing for the government  to step in and force private companies to allow blatant disinformation and propaganda.

    critical thinking skills sorely needed in this country.
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  • mickeyratmickeyrat Posts: 20,648
     Newt Gingrich’s blatant hypocrisy
    Opinion by Erik Wemple


    The U.S. Capitol is a special place for Newt Gingrich. The former Georgia congressman was first elected to the House in 1978. He was aggressive and intellectual-sounding, rising to minority whip in 1989. Thanks in part to his famous “Contract With America,” Gingrich stepped up in 1995 to be speaker of the House, ending a long Democratic monopoly.
    So Gingrich had some things to say last week after Trump supporters invaded and ransacked the Capitol. “Well, I was furious. I am furious. Every person who broke into the Capitol has to be arrested and has to be prosecuted,” said Gingrich on Thursday. He went on:
    This is the center of freedom on the whole planet. It’s a symbol for everybody. And what happened yesterday was utterly, totally inexcusable. People should be locked up and punished. And I’m delighted that they’re increasing the preparations for the inaugural because we have to make absolutely certain nothing like this happens again. But as a former House member as well, as you point out, former speaker, I found it enraging that people who clearly are not patriots — these are people are destructive barbarians and they are frankly criminals, and they should be treated that way and locked up. And I’m very proud of the Capitol Police, that they clearly needed a lot more reinforcements yesterday.
    One thing about these “barbarians”: They were motivated by just the sort of rhetoric on Fox News spewed by people such as … Newt Gingrich. A network contributor, Gingrich was a steady presence on the conspiratorial prime-time program “Hannity,” where he was careful to agree with the baseless claims from the host, Trump loyalist supreme Sean Hannity.
    Take the Nov. 5 edition of “Hannity.” News organizations at this point hadn’t even called the race for President-elect Joe Biden because the results in key states were uncertain, but it wasn’t too early for Gingrich to form definitive opinions. After Hannity raised concerns about the access of observers to ballot processing, Gingrich went off:
    I’ve been active in this since 1958. That’s 62 years. I am the angriest I have been in that entire six decades. You have a group of corrupt people who have absolute contempt for the American people, who believe that we are so spineless, so cowardly, so unwilling to stand up for ourselves that they can steal the presidency. And we will wring our hands, bring in a few lawyers and do nothing. … The Philadelphia machine is corrupt. The Nevada machine is corrupt. The machine in Detroit is corrupt. And they are trying to steal the presidency. And we should not allow them to do that.
    As Hannity’s corrupt coverage of a fair and clean election bumped along in the following days, Gingrich delivered for his buddy.
    Nov. 9: “I think, a week from now, we will have amazingly more evidence of just how corrupt the system has become.”

    Nov. 17: “And I think we have to take this whole system apart and recognize that this is — this election is a great moment for the American people to decide do they want to have an honest election where they get to pick their leaders or do they just want corrupt machines such as the one that Stacey Abrams is building.”

    Nov. 30: “More and more, we resemble Venezuela, or Zimbabwe, or Cuba, or Belarus. I mean, any of these countries that are truly Third World dictatorships where the elections are totally false, and where the laws changed to go after the opposition.”

    Dec. 7: “So I think this is going to be an extraordinarily important election, and I think the odds are very high that if every Republican will vote — my model is very simple, we have to win by a bigger margin than Stacey Abrams can steal,” said Gingrich regarding the Jan. 5 Senate runoffs in Georgia.

    Jan. 4: “I think this race clearly is winnable,” said Gingrich in reference to the Georgia Senate runoffs, “and I think that the Republican organization, frankly, is capable, of getting more than a million people to the polls tomorrow. With people I’ve talked with who are in the operation are very confident that the turnout is going to be enormous. And I think they have over 8,000 poll watchers, so the odds are pretty good it’s going to be an honest count. We’ve learned a lot of lessons from what happened in November.”
    Boldface inserted to highlight Gingrich’s implication — that if there weren’t hordes of poll watchers, the people counting the votes in this Republican-controlled state would throw the elections to the Democrats. Most of this blather is just muscle memory for Gingrich, whose rise to power was fueled by making people suspect the worst of his political opponents. It’s not hard to find political scientists who date the coarsening of U.S. politics — and the preconditions for President Trump’s 2016 election — to Gingrich’s cynical takeover of Republican politics in the 1990s.
    As McKay Coppins wrote in a profile, Gingrich was chased out of Congress by the “same bloodthirsty brigade he’d helped elect.” And his thoughts on that incident bear some resemblance to his comments about last week’s rioters: “I’m willing to lead, but I’m not willing to preside over people who are cannibals,” said Gingrich in 1998.
    Gingrich will Gingrich. The question is why Fox News continues to pay him to sow division and nonsense on the highest-rated show on cable news. We asked the network about that relationship and will post any response that we receive.
    In an appearance on CNN’s “Reliable Sources” on Sunday, former Fox News contributor Julie Roginsky addressed the network’s role in misinforming its viewers about the election: “I want to almost speak directly to my old boss, Rupert Murdoch, to say, you can stop this madness,” Roginsky told host Brian Stelter. Add Lachlan Murdoch, Fox News Media CEO Suzanne Scott and Fox News President and Executive Editor Jay Wallace to that list.
    It’s debatable, of course, just how much Fox News can do at this point to stop that madness that it has spent decades nursing. As the Trump campaign was seeking to build its case that the election was a fraud, host Tucker Carlson expressed some skepticism about certain claims made by lawyer Sidney Powell at an instantly historic Nov. 19 news conference. A pro-Trump backlash engulfed Carlson, who addressed the discontent in a cowardly segment the next night: “Sidney Powell came on Fox this morning and suggested we may not have to wait much longer. I fully expect, she says, that we will be able to prove all of it in a court within the next two weeks. Well, as far as we’re concerned, that is great news.”
    Cheering for voter fraud — that’s one way to endear yourself to the MAGA crowd. It’s hard at this point to determine whether Fox News controls this constituency or whether it’s the other way around. Whatever the case, TV sets need a brand-new “hypocrisy-mute” button for Fox News commentators who express umbrage at the Capitol riot.




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  • tempo_n_groovetempo_n_groove Posts: 26,344
    DewieCox said:
    Masters of the self own, they’ve been sharing Orwell(a democratic socialist) exerpts the last few days, while pressing for the government  to step in and force private companies to allow blatant disinformation and propaganda.
    1/2 believe that...
  • mickeyratmickeyrat Posts: 20,648
    charge the cocksucker(s) with assault.....
    Third Democratic House member tests positive after lockdown in room with some maskless Republicans
    Rep. Brad Schneider (D-Ill.) is the third Democratic House member in 24 hours to reveal he has tested positive for the coronavirus after being among the dozens who went into lockdown together in a committee room where several Republicans refused to wear masks.
    “Last Wednesday, after narrowly escaping a violent mob incited by the President of the United States to attack the Capitol and its occupants, I was forced to spend several hours in a secure but confined location with dozens of other Members of Congress,” Schneider said in a statement. “Several Republican lawmakers in the room adamantly refused to wear a mask … Today, I am now in strict isolation, worried that I have risked my wife’s health and angry at the selfishness and arrogance of the anti-maskers who put their own contempt and disregard for decency ahead of the health and safety of their colleagues and our staff.”
    Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-Wash.) and Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-N.J.) have also tested positive after being held in the crowded room while a violent mob stormed the Capitol.
    On Sunday, the Capitol attending physician alerted lawmakers who sheltered in that room that they may have been exposed to the virus and urged them to get tested.
    Several lawmakers are calling for the Republicans who refused to wear a mask, even when offered one by a Democratic colleague, to be fined and the House to take a more firm stance enforcing mask-wearing inside the Capitol.
    “We can no longer tolerate Members coming to the floor or gathering in the halls of Congress without doing the bare minimum to protect those around them,” Schneider said. “Those that flout public health guidance should be sanctioned and immediately removed from the House floor by the Sergeant at Arms for their reckless endangerment of their colleagues.”


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  • Halifax2TheMaxHalifax2TheMax Posts: 27,405
    As a dem, how do you even begin to work with repubs like those in this article? They should be censured, selfish pricks.


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  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 33,863
    cutz said:

    Ummmmmmm, sorry Senator Tuberville, delay of game is in football, not the presidential election.  You're a Senator in Congress now, no longer a football coach.

    HUT, HUT, HUT...
    TWEEEEEEEEEET! 
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  • Halifax2TheMaxHalifax2TheMax Posts: 27,405
    cutz said:
    Stupid is as stupid does. Good luck ‘Murica, you’re gonna need it.
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  • OnWis97OnWis97 St. Paul, MNPosts: 3,635
    Tuberville, after being elected, could not name the three branches of federal government.
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  • tbergstbergs Posts: 7,816
    OnWis97 said:
    Tuberville, after being elected, could not name the three branches of federal government.
    Yeah, but he was a winning coach! The same people who elected him probably despise the hollywood elite and their liberal agenda, but then elected someone based on his football reputation. Drain the swamp and all...yada, yada, yada.
    It's a hopeless situation...
  • tempo_n_groovetempo_n_groove Posts: 26,344
    OnWis97 said:
    Tuberville, after being elected, could not name the three branches of federal government.
    Peter, Paul and Mary?
  • mickeyratmickeyrat Posts: 20,648
    OnWis97 said:
    Tuberville, after being elected, could not name the three branches of federal government.
    Peter, Paul and Mary?

    offense, defense and special teams
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  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon HeadstoniaPosts: 25,670
    what an idiot. 
    (Track 10 of The Headstones' Nickels For Your Nightmares)


  • OnWis97OnWis97 St. Paul, MNPosts: 3,635
    OnWis97 said:
    Tuberville, after being elected, could not name the three branches of federal government.
    Peter, Paul and Mary?
    Donald, Ivanka, and Don, Jr.
    1995 Milwaukee
    1998 Alpine, Alpine
    2003 Albany, Boston, Boston, Boston
    2004 Boston, Boston
    2006 Hartford, St. Paul (Petty), St. Paul (Petty)
    2011 Alpine, Alpine
    2013 Wrigley
    2014 St. Paul
    2016 Fenway, Fenway, Wrigley, Wrigley
    2018 Missoula, Wrigley, Wrigley
  • cincybearcatcincybearcat Posts: 14,789
    tbergs said:
    OnWis97 said:
    Tuberville, after being elected, could not name the three branches of federal government.
    Yeah, but he was a winning coach! The same people who elected him probably despise the hollywood elite and their liberal agenda, but then elected someone based on his football reputation. Drain the swamp and all...yada, yada, yada.
    I beg to differ.

    Tubbs is a terrible coach and a moron to boot.
    hippiemom = goodness
  • FiveBelowFiveBelow Lubbock, TXPosts: 795
    tbergs said:
    OnWis97 said:
    Tuberville, after being elected, could not name the three branches of federal government.
    Yeah, but he was a winning coach! The same people who elected him probably despise the hollywood elite and their liberal agenda, but then elected someone based on his football reputation. Drain the swamp and all...yada, yada, yada.
    I beg to differ.

    Tubbs is a terrible coach and a moron to boot.
    Could not agree more, I was glad when he bolted Texas Tech during the middle of a recruitment dinner. If he wasn't such an idiot he would make a perfect politician, he is as slimy as they come.
  • dankinddankind I am not your foot. Posts: 17,444
    https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2021/01/conspiracy-theories-will-doom-republican-party/617707/

    That’s all well and good, Mr. Sasse. Perhaps would’ve been even better had you sounded the alarm to this level back when it was less politically expedient for you personally but more still a matter of national security to do so. 

    Worth a read, though. Can’t wait for the Ben the Brave moniker in 2024. 
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  • josevolutionjosevolution Posts: 24,660
    edited January 17
    https://twitter.com/peterbakernyt/status/1350843354297356295?s=21
    So is this a repeating pattern I mean it surely seems like it 
    jesus greets me looks just like me ....
  • cutzcutz Posts: 10,067
    edited January 18
  • mickeyratmickeyrat Posts: 20,648
    fuck yeah....

    Lawmakers who objected to election results have been cut off from 20 of their 30 biggest corporate PAC donors
    By Douglas MacMillan and Jena McGregor

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2021/01/19/gop-corporate-pac-funding/



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  • tempo_n_groovetempo_n_groove Posts: 26,344
    cutz said:
    In the comments they car shame her, lol.  
  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon HeadstoniaPosts: 25,670
    Kevin McCarthy, that seditionous sack of garbage:

    Republican Rep. Kevin McCarthy said that he listened to President Joe Biden’s inaugural address about tension and division in the country and that he looked forward to “go forth from here together.”

    McCarthy presented President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris with a photo from the inauguration ceremony.

    “Our task as leaders is to bind this nation’s wounds and dedicate ourselves to the values of all Americans shared together. With modern technology just a few minutes ago, it captured in these pictures, history in the making for all the world to see. This picture should serve as a reminder of that task that we have before us,” he said.

    Some background: Republican representatives said that McCarthy was supportive of their plans to oppose the electoral college count and object to certifying President Biden’s win earlier this month.

    This was a stark contrast from the position of many prominent Republicans — including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney and the former House speaker, Paul Ryan – who publicly and privately raised major concerns about an effort that is doomed to fail but is bound to sow distrust over the sanctity of US elections.

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