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[#] Mon Jan 11 2021 13:58:10 EST from zooer

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He has trouble keeping his mouth shut and is known for saying stupid things.  



[#] Mon Jan 11 2021 14:00:39 EST from Nurb432

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From what i can tell, they can still do it after he is out of office. Be it due to his time is up, or resigning. So, unless there is a deal made ( and if he trusts them, hes a fool ), resigning wont buy him anything and worse, give the impression to his fanbase that he's a quitter. If its going down either way, might as well ride it out.

 

Still want him to flip Nancy the bird on national TV. just once. Or even a F-u.

 

Mon Jan 11 2021 08:10:51 EST from zooer

Nixon resigned so he wouldn't be impeached.  Maybe Trump wants one last trip in Air Force One, he will use it to fly home back to NYC on inauguration day.  The plane will take off as Air Force One and land as whatever numbers are on the tail. When he lands he will no longer be president and the plane is only Air Force One while the president is on it.    

 



 



[#] Mon Jan 11 2021 14:01:23 EST from Nurb432

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Of course. It means more power to lock down. 

Mon Jan 11 2021 10:15:49 EST from ParanoidDelusions

They do seem to want a civil war. 



 



 



[#] Mon Jan 11 2021 16:57:54 EST from Nurb432

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https://www.voanews.com/usa/major-corporations-suspend-donations-us-lawmakers-who-voted-against-biden-certification

I had seen a story where amex stopped allowing it, which is not legal ( tho who is going to stop them? The courts? lol ) but this came up instead.  Still disgusting and more companies not to do business with.. 



[#] Mon Jan 11 2021 17:48:24 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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Yeah. The extremity of the situation is breathtaking. Scary as hell, actually.
The left and its corporate media and everyone they can muster are exercising an all-out assault against President Trump and anyone who has ever supported him. It's basically the political equivalent of genocide and they're doing it in broad daylight. They have successfully made it a GoebbelsFact that President Trump explicitly told 74 million white supremacists to burn down the Capitol. 100% of the leftist mob called "the media" are reporting this as if it actually happened and there's not even a shred of evidence to the contrary. And they're waging an all-out assault on anyone who dares to challenge the GoebbelsFact.

The assault on the truth is so brutal because their narrative is so weak.
This is textbook tyrant behavior.

It is somewhat surprising that articles of impeachment were not filed today. It could be speculated that they don't have the votes. They previously said that there would be little or no debate due to the "emergency" of removing President Trump. Is it possible that there are at least a few dems who realize the risk of making him a martyr? Or perhaps the danger of establishing a precedent of using impeachment as a weapon of political spite? They're immeasurably evil but they're not stupid.

[#] Mon Jan 11 2021 18:35:03 EST from Nurb432

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That ship sailed the first time they did it. Everyone knows it was. They set the precedent, thinking they will never be out of power again to be at risk. ( and had already been planning the election takeover so they may be right )

Mon Jan 11 2021 17:48:24 EST from IGnatius T Foobar
 Or perhaps the danger of establishing a precedent of using impeachment as a weapon of political spite? 

 



[#] Mon Jan 11 2021 19:15:12 EST from ParanoidDelusions

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So, in all likelihood, we've already been as screwed as we think we are going to be, for a while. If they managed to pull off a massive electoral fraud to replace Trump, who won on a fluke because they didn't believe it was possible - they've been cheating us for decades.

Which means, we already lost years ago, and we've actually at best, been "pink pilled," in the past, and maybe we were really more like purple pilled.

So if we know, it doesn't matter. The best thing for them is to get their system back in place, sweep us into a corner, and let us be reduced to tin-foil hat raving lunatics again in the eyes of the rest of Blue Pilled society. If you round us up, if you make us disappear, if you crush us economically - you give a certain credibility to our claims.

But if you ignore us but *contain* us - then we look insane.

So - there best bet once they get control back - is to just let us burn it out while nothing ever materializes, and then go...

"See, we told you those people are nuts."

 

Mon Jan 11 2021 10:55:49 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

That's a pretty good analogy. In a lot of industries you hear about people who are repeatedly told "don't worry, your job is safe" right up until the day they get downsized.

Listen, I hope we're wrong. I hope we're completely wrong. The screeching left was certain that President Trump was going to round up dissidents and stuff them into concentration camps. Our screeching this year mirrors theirs from four years ago. We can say that ours is more credible, as we can point to actual evidence of the other side making plans to destroy us, but the problem with cognitive dissonance is that it is effective even when you know it's happening.

 



[#] Mon Jan 11 2021 19:18:30 EST from zooer

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Today I heard that Trump will speak tomorrow night, but you let me know, I am sure to miss it.

 

I think the real paranoia is that John McAffee was a leading candidate for President, and the U.S. government had him detained, he is being held in a prison in Spain.  If the US government didn't take him out before the election he would have won the presidency.  

McAffee was no fan of Trump, he is upset that BigTech is suppressing speech.  McCafee has offered the use of his account for Trump to speak. 

https://twitter.com/officialmcafee/status/1348224085394927616

 



[#] Mon Jan 11 2021 20:23:12 EST from zooer

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Now I have heard the internet will be turned off overnight. This is interesting because if it is true you will not get this message, if it is false then I sound like a crazy person.

 



[#] Mon Jan 11 2021 20:23:24 EST from Nurb432

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Been hearing that every day for a bit now " special announcement " and its not come.  Perhaps its different this time, but dont hold your breath.

I dont think John could win anything. Hes a nutcase. Intelligent, sure, but a nutcase, without enough support.. 

Mon Jan 11 2021 19:18:30 EST from zooer

Today I heard that Trump will speak tomorrow night, but you let me know, I am sure to miss it.

 

I think the real paranoia is that John McAffee was a leading candidate for President, and the U.S. government had him detained, he is being held in a prison in Spain.  If the US government didn't take him out before the election he would have won the presidency.  

McAffee was no fan of Trump, he is upset that BigTech is suppressing speech.  McCafee has offered the use of his account for Trump to speak. 

https://twitter.com/officialmcafee/status/1348224085394927616

 



 



[#] Mon Jan 11 2021 20:28:44 EST from zooer

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Well bath salts and hookers for everyone isn't a bad campaign promise. 



[#] Mon Jan 11 2021 23:30:44 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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Supposedly the final rally is now planned for tomorrow (Tuesday), 3:00 PM ET in Alamo, TX.  Not "the Alamo" but it's obviously meant to be symbolic of a last stand -- President Trump (PBUH) has always been a spectacular showman.

The pink-haired cuntbags of Twitter are already delcaring that it is a dire emergency and that he must not be allowed to go there or to communicate to the American people.  They desperately need to maintain the illusion that he is a menace to society.  They need to convince the world that he is leaving office in disgrace.  Fuck off, Twitter cuntbags.  President Trump is a hero.



[#] Tue Jan 12 2021 06:36:52 EST from zooer

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Mon Jan 11 2021 08:23:12 PM EST from zooer

Now I have heard the internet will be turned off overnight. This is interesting because if it is true you will not get this message, if it is false then I sound like a crazy person.

I found out some more information on this. 

>> "Citing 'censorship' concerns, North Idaho internet provider blocks Facebook, Twitter." 

 This must have been the reason for the "internet is being shut down" panic.

 

https://bit.ly/35AQJaa
https://www.krem.com/article/news/local/idaho-internet-provider-blocks-facebook-and-twitter/293-867cc22b-fb90-4142-a296-8d800d2a03fb



[#] Tue Jan 12 2021 06:44:11 EST from zooer

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Mon Jan 11 2021 11:30:44 PM EST from IGnatius T Foobar

Supposedly the final rally is now planned for tomorrow (Tuesday), 3:00 PM ET in Alamo, TX.  Not "the Alamo" but it's obviously meant to be symbolic of a last stand -- President Trump (PBUH) has always been a spectacular showman.

And what a (shit) show it will be! The media will love the interaction between the supporters and the haters.  Good times for all.  

 



[#] Tue Jan 12 2021 06:58:02 EST from Nurb432

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Just stated he and pence will remain in office until end of term.  So no resignation or 25th amendment crap.  Good for him.

 

I'd love to have got to listen to the meeting between Trump and Pence. that would have been fun.



[#] Tue Jan 12 2021 07:02:06 EST from Nurb432

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How does limited blockage fix censorship? That seems like it only punishes that region, not the service.

 

Tue Jan 12 2021 06:36:52 EST from zooer

 

Mon Jan 11 2021 08:23:12 PM EST from zooer

Now I have heard the internet will be turned off overnight. This is interesting because if it is true you will not get this message, if it is false then I sound like a crazy person.

I found out some more information on this. 

>> "Citing 'censorship' concerns, North Idaho internet provider blocks Facebook, Twitter." 

 This must have been the reason for the "internet is being shut down" panic.

 

https://bit.ly/35AQJaa
https://www.krem.com/article/news/local/idaho-internet-provider-blocks-facebook-and-twitter/293-867cc22b-fb90-4142-a296-8d800d2a03fb



 



[#] Tue Jan 12 2021 11:58:00 EST from ParanoidDelusions

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I imagine it is the same logic as Facebook is using in limiting who has a voice on THEIR network. 

Basically, it says, "You are dependent on US to make YOUR service available to OUR customers. If you are being biased in your policies, we will deny you the customers you need for your service to be viable"

It is, of course, more of a symbolic gesture in this case - But it should send the message to Facebook that they CAN be held accountable - and treated much the same way they treat their own users. 

"You've banned QAnon from your service because you feel it damages your community - we have banned access to your service because we feel it damages OUR community." 

The interesting thing is that I'm sure that a lot of folks who have been arguing "It is fine for a private company to limit access to voices and opinions they disagree with...." 

Are now screaming bloody murder that an ISP (a private company) might decide to limit access to particular destinations that support voices and opinions that they disagree with. 

Cuz, cognitive dissonance. 

 

Tue Jan 12 2021 07:02:06 EST from Nurb432

How does limited blockage fix censorship? That seems like it only punishes that region, not the service.

 

Tue Jan 12 2021 06:36:52 EST from zooer

 

 


 



[#] Tue Jan 12 2021 12:49:55 EST from Nurb432

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Oh, from the viewpoint of FB, i understand, get the people out with agendas we dont like. Just from the viewpoint of an ISP, and only by area, only serves to cut off innocents. on all sides.  Total blockage, would make more sense to me tho.

Other than, as you say, the ISP waving a guarded middle finger i guess.

Tue Jan 12 2021 11:58:00 EST from ParanoidDelusions

I imagine it is the same logic as Facebook is using in limiting who has a voice on THEIR network. 

Basically, it says, "You are dependent on US to make YOUR service available to OUR customers. If you are being biased in your policies, we will deny you the customers you need for your service to be viable"

It is, of course, more of a symbolic gesture in this case - But it should send the message to Facebook that they CAN be held accountable - and treated much the same way they treat their own users. 

"You've banned QAnon from your service because you feel it damages your community - we have banned access to your service because we feel it damages OUR community." 

The interesting thing is that I'm sure that a lot of folks who have been arguing "It is fine for a private company to limit access to voices and opinions they disagree with...." 

Are now screaming bloody murder that an ISP (a private company) might decide to limit access to particular destinations that support voices and opinions that they disagree with. 

Cuz, cognitive dissonance. 

 

Tue Jan 12 2021 07:02:06 EST from Nurb432

How does limited blockage fix censorship? That seems like it only punishes that region, not the service.

 

Tue Jan 12 2021 06:36:52 EST from zooer

 

 


 



 



[#] Tue Jan 12 2021 14:04:35 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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Facebook is a hundred thousand times more guilty of fomenting violence and hate than President Trump (PBUH) could ever have been even on his worst day.
Twitter too. Both sites should be shut down, data centers burned to the ground, leadership rounded up and charged with sedition. They are the ones guilty of doing what President Trump (PBUH) has been wrongfully accused of.

President Trump (PBUH) made some remarks to reporters today. Again he denounced violence. And MSNBC EDITED THAT PART OUT.

[#] Tue Jan 12 2021 15:22:33 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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Big Orange is speaking now. This is our President. This is what true leadership looks like. He is calling out his signature accomplishments but he is already calling for peace, law and order, etc.

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