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MC Prussian

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MC Prussian last won the day on 8 June 2018

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  1. Antifa are having a field day here. Civil unrest, wonderful. In the worst case, this will set back race relations a couple of years, if not decades. People need to return home, the authorities need to get this under control and justice needs to be served. It's going to be tough.
  2. Nah, it's one that looks crispy on the outside, but is rotten on the inside.
  3. Well, I've seen the unedited version of the video and I have retracted by initial statement. And which people "on my team" are you referring to? Streets of many major US cities are a mess now, and too many innocent people are suffering and dying as a consequence of a "protest" that has gotten out of hand.
  4. Well, it doesn't. I don't see how you can come to that conclusion. I was simply arguing the claim that Floyd did not resist arrest. We don't truly know right now.
  5. I've seen a longer video and I apologize. Still tough to justify a mob apparently killing a man. This is bad, man. EDIT: There's people claiming he was protecting his store and that he had been attacked with rocks or stones beforehand.
  6. Sorry, not the man I was talking about (see post above). Maybe you should hold back with the glee and not jump to conclusions so quickly. Thank you.
  7. Well, nobody on here is doing that. As for the video footage available of Floyd's arrest, there's two videos: In the first, the view of the camera is obstructed once he exits his car, and there's no footage of when he was moved to the other side of the street. The second video is the one that everyone knows by now. I don't want to link to the store owner video directly, because it is very explicit, but search "Liberty Hangout" on Twitter. The mob is gruesome, man. Another example: https://www.nbcbayarea.com/news/local/east-bay/one-of-two-federal-officers-shot-friday-night-dies-from-injuries/2299729/ As for the rape case: https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/05/woman-found-dead-car-minneapolis-following-night-kidnappings-random-cars-shot-rioters/?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=PostTopSharingButtons&utm_campaign=websitesharingbuttons
  8. Surprised by the lack of outrage on here over the fact that Antifa, BLM, and some chicken millennials in disguise are burning down property, looting, rioting, attacking police and reporters alike, destroying communities. There's a video of a mob attacking and killing a store owner in Dallas, for example. Gee.
  9. I was referring to the tweet where it clearly states "No group, protestors or civilians, have been anywhere close to as violent and sadistic as the police have been tonight." You just moved the goalposts. Congratulations. As for Floyd, do we truly know what happened before the surveillance camera footage starts? After he was stopped in his car, the car blocks the view. And there's also a time gap before the now infamous "I can't breathe" video starts.
  10. I'm sorry, but playing Devil's Advocate doesn't suit you overly well here. Unless you're being serious.
  11. Apart from all the rioters who actually raped and killed people, and destroyed people's livelihood (whatever was left of it in the first place). The ignorance and partisanship is astounding - well, not really, when you consider the Gravel Institute is linked to the Democrats. What do people expect when they're obstructing the police?
  12. Sorry to be the spoilsport again - watch these videos and share them:
  13. Based on past experiences, the risks of mail-in voting are real and should be discussed, and if possible, eliminated. Voter suppression exists in pretty much all states, no matter what party is dominating the state or the cities, check what happened in California in 2016, for instance: https://www.aclu.org/blog/voting-rights/fighting-voter-suppression/were-suing-california-because-it-threw-out-more-45000 https://observer.com/2016/07/california-calls-fraud-demands-dnc-investigation/ This isn't a partisan issue, it's an elitist issue. They're not just with the GOP, I'm afraid. Trump can tweet as much as he wants, as long as people take it at face value, they should also ask themselves why they are so gullible. I personally wish he wouldn't take on the platform this often, he's not very refined in what he says. Yes, in what world do opinions need to be fact-checked by Twitter? They are not the arbiters of truth. It's absolutely asinine. And then fact-checked by referring to dubious media sources who hold little to no authority on these matters. What makes it worse is that Twitter "fact-checked" him on mail-in voting, when an idiotic Joe Scarborough tweet was left unscathed. Coincidentally, Twitter are part of a pro-mail-in movement. Honni soit qui mal y pense...
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