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  2. I will ask K-Dog. But only with your permission. 'Freedom of Speech'............and all that good stuff. What image...........represents.........your true heart ? 🍺
  3. I don't know. I just felt like skipping down the pussy path. You got a problem with that?
  4. Does anyone know how hot those tear gas shells are? And flares? The “rioting” is caused by the police recklessly launching tear gas and flares. There were no “riots” before the police started firing. I can only imagine the “rioting” that would have took place during the lockdown protests if the cops fired tear gas and flares at them.
  5. The death of Floyd, as seen on video showing him not resisting, was totally unnecessary. But that does not give the lawless niggers the right to destroy and loot businesses! What the hell kind of concessions and appeasement are you blathering about?
  6. Hey C'mon... Be reasonable... A guy died and some guy breaks into a Target and steals (3) big screen TV's... That doesn't mean he's a crook
  7. no. What Trump is trying to do is ensure those operating under the protection provided to public platforms are not censored for political or ideological reasons. If they wish to be content publishers rather than public platforms that is their right but they would not enjoy the liability protections given to platforms. It's like when a church tells it's congregation who to vote for, they lose their tax exempt status. Twitter is welcome to become a liberal publication if they wish but should no longer be protected as a public platform.
  8. No Ben and Jerry’s here bryers although yday bought two tubs of blue bell
  9. Yes. "The meek........will inherit...............the Earth'. The Bible. Why can't you change that stupid avatar?
  10. Rodney King verdict and Los Angeles riots[edit] When south-central Los Angeles erupted in riots—in which 63 were killed—after the Rodney King verdict in 1992, Waters gained national attention when she led a chant of "No justice, no peace" at a rally in the midst of the riot.[30] She also "helped deliver relief supplies in Watts and demanded the resumption of vital services".[31][32] Waters described the riots as a rebellion, saying "If you call it a riot it sounds like it was just a bunch of crazy people who went out and did bad things for no reason. I maintain it was somewhat understandable, if not acceptable."[33] In her view, the violence was "a spontaneous reaction to a lot of injustice." In regards to the looting of Korean-owned stores by local black residents, she said in an interview with KABC radio host Michael Jackson: "There were mothers who took this as an opportunity to take some milk, to take some bread, to take some shoes... They are not crooks."[34]
  11. Bitch he left Syria and wants to leave Iraq. We had no business invading either country. Gross overreaction to 911 that did nothing to admonish those who funded the attack, the Saudis.
  12. A CNN crew has been arrested while covering Minneapolis protests By Jason Hanna, CNN Updated 7:03 AM ET, Fri May 29, 2020 (CNN)A CNN crew was arrested by police Friday morning while giving a live television report in Minneapolis, where the crew was covering ongoing protests over the death of George Floyd. The crew, including correspondent Omar Jimenez, were handcuffed and detained as Jimenez gave a live report on a Minneapolis street shortly after 5 a.m. CT (6 a.m. ET). Police told the crew they were being detained because they were told to move, and didn't, one member of the CNN crew relayed to the network. "A CNN reporter and his production team were arrested this morning in Minneapolis for doing their jobs, despite identifying themselves -- a clear violation of their First Amendment rights. The authorities in Minnesota, including the Governor, must release the three CNN employees immediately," CNN said in a statement. Officers approached the crew as they moved in to arrest a protester behind them. Jimenez could be seen holding his CNN badge while reporting, identifying himself as a reporter, and telling the officers the crew would move wherever officers needed them to. An officer gripped his arm as Jimenez talked, then put him in handcuffs. "We can move back to where you like. We are live on the air here. ... Put us back where you want us. We are getting out of your way -- wherever you want us (we'll) get out of your way," Jimenez said before he was led away. "We were just getting out of your way when you were advancing through the intersection," Jimenez said. CNN's Josh Campell, who also was in the area but not standing with the on-air crew, said he, too, was approached by police, but was allowed to remain. "I identified myself ... they said, 'OK, you're permitted to be in the area,'" recounted Campbell, who is white. "I was treated much differently than (Jimenez) was." Jimenez and the crew had been reporting from the site -- near a city police department precinct that protesters had burned and officers had abandoned overnight. About a block away, a fire was burning at a different, four-story building that had contained restaurants. Over 100 state police officers in body armor and riot gear had arrived and lined up near the area where the CNN crew was, near the precinct building on East Lake Street. After the photographer was arrested, his camera was set on the ground and continued to transmit live images.
  13. You place that only for ONE reason- POLITICAL DISAGREEMENT!!! That means you no longer have PROTECTIONS from being sued for your POLITICAL BIAS as you were "protected" or shielded before. NOW you are acting as a PUBLISHER and not a "public forum" where you can't be held liable for what others post. You don't get "free speech" protections when you do as they did.
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