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Honestly Rye?

I don't give a damn.

I have read those articles in Revolver, and I have seen the questions raised by the Freedom Caucus. I am highly suspicious that the DNC and the establishment don't REALLY want to do a THOROUGH investigation, they only want to pin the whole thing on Trump and his supporters, so that the establishment can get that, "Domestic Terror," legislation out of committee.

:rolleyes:

Now?

If Trump is on it, or if he was used. . . fine, if he was not, also fine, but unless the left, and the establishment is going to do an open and honest investigation, you folks can go stuff it. You show, with ever day that you pursue this?

You don't give a shit about the truth.

You only care about spinning a narrative, and finding evidence to support that narrative, or to build a case against Trump's re-election.

Jan 6 Documentary​

You're full of shit. Tucker Carlson and Faux News, really that is your communion? Carlson is an extremist jerk who seeks notoriety and money; his show is beyond truth, justice and every aspect left to us in the Preamble.

What is wrong with you? You do not appear to be stupid and yet you make claims that are not true and echoes of extremism and bigotry. Your statement: "You don't give a shit about the truth" is a damn lie, and you have no evidence to support this claim. It's typical of 21st Century radical Republican Pols.

See one man's statement on Tucker Carlson:


Here ^^^ is truth.
 

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"Attorneys for former President Donald Trump argued Wednesday that the pursuit of his White House records by a congressional committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol could have long-lasting, harmful effects on the presidency.

"The [committee’s] clear disdain for President Trump is leading them to a course of action that will result in permanent damage to the institution of the presidency," Trump's attorneys wrote in a brief filed in federal court.

"In reality, their success would gut the protections afforded presidential communications of any just and uniform standard. An incumbent president would always be able to condemn the actions of a former president from a rival party and permit confidentiality to be broken to further political ends,” they wrote."


Is this a valid argument?

More sophistry coming from a delusional poster. You're to be pitied.
 
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Did you have a nice Thanksgiving, Nazi? Or is that "hatesgiving" for you of the Reich? You go around the table telling everyone how much you hate America? :thup:
Libertarian Radicals are fascists. They vote for radical Republicans and spend hours spreading hate and ass kissing the fat ass of dumb donald trump.
 
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More sophistry coming from a delusional poster. You're to be pitied.
LOL, you use sophistry with delusional? How ignorant you are.

"The Greek word σοφός (sophos, a wise man) is related to the noun σοφία (sophia, wisdom). Since the times of Homer it commonly referred to an expert in his profession or craft. Charioteers, sculptors, or military experts could be referred to as sophoi in their occupations. The word has gradually come to connote general wisdom and especially wisdom in human affairs such as politics, ethics, and household management. This was the meaning ascribed to the Greek Seven Sages of 7th and 6th century BC (such as Solon and Thales), and it was the meaning that appears in the histories of Herodotus.

"The word σοφός gives rise to the verb σοφίζω (sophizo), which means "to instruct" or "make learned", and the passive voice of which means "to become or be wise", or "to be clever or skilled". From the verb is derived the noun σοφιστής (sophistes), which originally meant "a master of one's craft" and later "a prudent man" or "wise man".[1] The word for "sophist" in various languages comes from sophistes."


 
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Gas prices have doubled, the surrender and retreat in Afghanistan were the worst military blunder in American history, food prices up 18% since January, October Jobs report off 50% of expectations.


LOOK... OVER THERE,,, The RECHSTG FIRE!
Gas prices have doubled all across the globe, the retreat from Afghanistan was first made by Trump's lack of foreign policy, and the worst blunder in US History occurred when the Neo Conservatives in Bush II's Administration decided to cut taxes twice, and to invade and occupy two middle east nation simultaneously; the second worst economic crisis in our history occurred between 2007 - 2009.
 

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You think Biden won? How do you win 81+m votes despite losing house seats in the bluest of areas, like New York and California? How did the down ballot races not translate anywhere close to Biden’s votes?
  • How did Trump win African-American majority counties 9% to Biden’s 8%?
  • How did he win Hispanic-majority counties by 39% to Biden’s 19%?
  • How did Trump set GOP records with minority voters, not seen since the 1960’s?
  • How did Trump INCREASE his votes between elections, by over 10.5m which is second or third historically, and almost never happens? Reagan increased his votes by more, in his 49 state landslide. Most US presidents LOSE votes between elections - Obama lost something like 4-5 million.
  • How did Biden win the most amount of votes ever on record, yet win the election with the fewest amount of counties won, also a record?
  • How did Trump lose the election, while carrying 99% of all Bellwether counties by an average of a 16-point margin? That many Bellwether counties being wrong on an election outcome is a statistical anomaly not ever seen on record.
  • How did nursing home and hospice care centers boost voting by 90% in some urban areas, dramatically increasing the # of patients in them who vote, by a magnitude that’s also unprecedented and off the charts…

And on and on and on.

Remember all the people signing sworn declarations under penalty of perjury that their poll supervisors instructed them to allow voting in PA with no ID checks or requirements?

What about Nevada, which mailed out voting ballots to EVERY resident of the state, regardless of if they asked for one or had planned to vote in person?

What about Nevada mailing ballots to former residents who no longer even lived in Nevada?

What about rejection rates of ballots being 6x or more magnitude lower than usual, despite the unprecedented increase of mail-in votes because of the pandemic? How do you increase mail votes by a historic, never before seen number, yet the rejection rate of people filling them out inappropriately goes LOWER than ever before? How is that possible?
 

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"How is that possible?"
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Useful question.

How is it possible the good poster Red offers the forum all of the above without sharing a single credible source for any bullet point.

Batter up, amigo.
Persuade the forum.
 

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You're full of shit. Tucker Carlson and Faux News, really that is your communion? Carlson is an extremist jerk who seeks notoriety and money; his show is beyond truth, justice and every aspect left to us in the Preamble.

What is wrong with you? You do not appear to be stupid and yet you make claims that are not true and echoes of extremism and bigotry. Your statement: "You don't give a shit about the truth" is a damn lie, and you have no evidence to support this claim. It's typical of 21st Century radical Republican Pols.

See one man's statement on Tucker Carlson:


Here ^^^ is truth.
So. . . you don't like his reporting, so you are going to attack him?

Did you even watch it?

:dunno:

It was mostly a report on that revolver investigative piece, and then digging from that.

I accept that he is politically biased. I accept a lot of what was in the review of his political bias. I watched more clips of his work and his foolish antics than I ever care to, really, repulsed by them. Fine, you have that. What about what about the epistemological and ontological content of what he is reporting on as to regard on this issue?

He takes the work that another outlet did, and went further, he is not slandering some lefty, but looking into something that the establishment refused to. That is what old fashioned investigative, non-ruling class journo's used to do.

If you don't like what he is saying, and want to attack the source? Then you are using that as an excuse to shut down your critical thinking.

 

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It sounds good to you do to your allegiance to trump. The fact is Donald Trump is moving forward to destroy democracy in America. And he's not alone. It's people like you who are anti democracy, and reject the vision left to us by the Preamble to the Constitution and all of it's articles.


Do you believe that President Trump said that w.s. were very fine people?
 

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It sounds good to you do to your allegiance to trump. The fact is Donald Trump is moving forward to destroy democracy in America. And he's not alone. It's people like you who are anti democracy, and reject the vision left to us by the Preamble to the Constitution and all of it's articles.
There have always been presidents who played fast and loose with the rules of the presidency. If there was anyone who I'd approve of doing so to accomplish his agenda, it would be Trump.
 
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There have always been presidents who played fast and loose with the rules of the presidency. If there was anyone who I'd approve of doing so to accomplish his agenda, it would be Trump.
Q. What was trump' agenda?
 

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Q. What was trump' agenda?
A) To make lots, and lots of money.

B) To have folks worship him.

C) . . . possibly to make America great. I know folks on the left find this one hard to believe, but I honestly do think he really does feel strongly this way. Anyone that has a large family, generally feels this way. Only misanthropes don't give a shit. . .well, because they don't have children, so? Why should they care? Right? :dunno:
 

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The "insurrectionists" need to get serious. Jan 6 was a joke.

The January 6 Reichstag Fire was a peaceful protest that had a few morons riot. CHAZ/CHOP was a serious insurrection, though done by fools.

There were a million patriots on 1/6 - if they had wanted to overthrow the government, there is nothing that could have stopped them.
 

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Libertarian Radicals are fascists. They vote for radical Republicans and spend hours spreading hate and ass kissing the fat ass of dumb donald trump.


Herpaderpity derp Nazi.

So, did you sit alone on Thanksgiving watching hate TV and screaming at Donald Trump? Dreaming of marching white people into death camps after eating a Swanson's turkey TV dinner?
 

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LOL, you use sophistry with delusional? How ignorant you are.

"The Greek word σοφός (sophos, a wise man) is related to the noun σοφία (sophia, wisdom). Since the times of Homer it commonly referred to an expert in his profession or craft. Charioteers, sculptors, or military experts could be referred to as sophoi in their occupations. The word has gradually come to connote general wisdom and especially wisdom in human affairs such as politics, ethics, and household management. This was the meaning ascribed to the Greek Seven Sages of 7th and 6th century BC (such as Solon and Thales), and it was the meaning that appears in the histories of Herodotus.

"The word σοφός gives rise to the verb σοφίζω (sophizo), which means "to instruct" or "make learned", and the passive voice of which means "to become or be wise", or "to be clever or skilled". From the verb is derived the noun σοφιστής (sophistes), which originally meant "a master of one's craft" and later "a prudent man" or "wise man".[1] The word for "sophist" in various languages comes from sophistes."



sophistry
[ˈsäfəstrē]

NOUN


  1. the use of fallacious arguments, especially with the intention of deceiving.
    "trying to argue that I had benefited in any way from the disaster was pure sophistry"
    synonyms:
    trickery · deviousness · deceit · deception · dishonesty · cheating · duplicity · guile · cunning · artfulness · wiliness · craft · craftiness · evasion · slyness · chicanery · intrigue · subterfuge · strategy · bluff · pretense · fraud · fraudulence · sharp practice



    You absurd, Nazi clown.
 

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