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  1. No. Its not right. NHB is NHB. All posts following the rules are allowed. ALL. Including call out threads. Move it back please. Unless it violates the rules leave threads be please.
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  2. Einstein was smart enough to know that his theories could be discredited, which he himself did a few times. It would be nice if everyone had that level of humility.
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  3. Yah, sure, like you told the truth about the Youtube video, that's why the story kept changing, right? We're talking more than typos. You will try and bull your way out of a situation. When you see you're wrong, you'll go back and change the content of the post. For awhile you were blaming it on others reading comprehension. At least one other person has said they caught you changing a post and you accused them of changing the post. Another person suggested with the editing period senior members get (and the mentioned you by name) itb would be easy to change a post and make everyone else look like liars. Shall we ask @Taipan your latest victim? You always lay down bets, the use word games or double talk to get yourself out of them. That's why no one will bet you here.
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  4. https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/venessawong/2020-pandemic-inequality-rich
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  5. Special counsel Robert Mueller's lead prosecutor, Andrew Weissmann, has spent the evening on several news shows explaining the alarming pardons that President Donald Trump has delivered to those that defended his honor in the Russia scandal investigation. Weissmann explained that pardoning Paul Manafort and Roger Stone on Wednesday after he pardoned campaign aide George Papadopoulos and attorney Alex van der Zwaan on Tuesday, was part of the cover-up. "I think what you're seeing, whether it's the pardon of Paul Manafort or many others that we saw today and yesterday, this is what you get if you give the pardon power to a mob boss," Weissmann said. "You see exactly what's going on now, and we all know as we're sitting here talking that the next shoe to drop is going to be pardons for his family and for himself. So, the one thing I'd like your viewers to know, with respect to Paul Manafort, is at least he did do two years in jail because the judge did remand him." He explained that Manafort attempted to tamper with witnesses while he was out of prison, so the judge threw him in prison for two years during the crime. When it comes to what the pardons do to Manafort and Trump allies Roger Stone, is it takes away their ability to claim their Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination. If there's a blanket pardon, the man can't incriminate themselves because they've been pardoned. "This is the kind of thing when I hear this news, I put on my sort of former Brooklyn prosecutor hat of, okay, what can we do?" Weissman explained. "And there are actually two things that the next attorney general can do with respect to the president because the president has a very, very broad power to pardon. But he cannot pardon in exchange for something. In other words, there cannot be a bribe or a quid pro quo." When talking about the $1 billion healthcare fraud case of 52-year-old nursing home owner Philip Esformes, Weissmann explained that the next attorney general can investigate if there was a bribe or promise for financial gain. "Second, the president may not be able to pardon himself," Weissmann told Maddow. "I'm sure he's going to try to do it, but, you know, the president faces criminal exposure for obstruction of the Mueller investigation, and what we're seeing is, in the last few days, is basically a confession. You know, this is such strong evidence of obstruction. He's carrying out the dangled pardons that you referred to, he is now carrying out in real-time." He went on to explain that a federal prosecutor can then use that inability to claim Fifth Amendment protections and command him to testify against Trump. It would obviously happen after Jan. 20, and it would be something Trump couldn't interfere with. "You can ask them questions about, what were your communications with the White House?" he suggested. "Why did you lie for the president? A whole series of questions." He noted that Trump can't pardon himself out of the obstruction of criminal liability that he faces federally. So that, to me, is something where he may get hoisted on his own petard if you have an aggressive new attorney general in place in the Biden administration." Buzz Feed reporter Jason Leopold also posted the text of the conversations between Paul Manafort and Rick Gates. In one statement, Manafort told Gates "sit tight" because "we'll be taken care of." It's clear he was correct.
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  6. Buddy, you're wanting to publicly discuss this some more? It's not that simple and you know it. I'm all for that but not if the event is gonna be oversimplified, and I made to look like I did something unusual, worthy of being singled out.
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  8. Political, like this, friend? Among hundreds of others, which I can link here if needed. Is this another new "rule" being introduced? Threads in NHB must now be political in nature?
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  9. The Trumpist death cult spread this virus with a combination of agressive ignorance and evil intention. You morons destroyed the economy and killed thousands needlessly. Live with your shame, assholes! Bill
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  11. So you aren't ok with a private audit of the machines. Sounds like you aren't really that confident in your belief that the votes are accurate.
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  12. Wait until the National Enquirer tells their ConMan to stop the Insanity...that'll be next LMFAO!
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  13. The New York Post Rips Trump’s ‘Shameful’ Attack On Fair Vote As ‘Undemocratic Coup’ “Mr. President, it’s time to end this dark charade,” the editorial began in the tabloid, owned by Trump’s right-wing backer Rupert Murdoch. The almost consistently Donald Trump-friendly New York Post called the president out in a surprising, scathing editorial Sunday on his attempted “coup” attacking a legitimate, democratic election. rednecks.....Send $$$$$$
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  14. You actually know nothing about any sort of medicine and are speaking gibberish. Hunger Games was an amusing novel and film that was entirely fictional.
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  16. ""You won't hear about Covid after the Election"" 70,000 DEAD AMERICANS in December.....# to rise in Jan 440,000 Dead Americans by March 15th
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  17. Trump’s Coronavirus Response Was Beyond Incompetent He wasn’t oblivious to the danger. He just didn’t care. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/09/10/opinion/donald-trump-coronavirus.html
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  18. WE know that, but SHITSTAIN thinks he is something "special" and knows everything about everything. He's nothing more than a waste of a human being that is a DRUNK AND A FOOL!!
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  19. Not sure what’s to discuss.....these Neanderthal white nationalists don’t even take Christmas Eve nor Christmas Day off from shooting up the joint and fellow citizens. Thank goodness this Dem run city functions so well.
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  20. No, idiot. Google is the Democrat's friend ... don't forget Trump has on-going beef with Google's CEO ---which is why google searches are very unkind to Trump. Like Twitter, Google also rapes Section 230 of the U.S. Code.
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  21. I've had this thought as well. It's not only such an unprecedented and unique theory, it's how astounding the entire premise is.... once you achieve a decent understanding of it. Something that is not able to be conveyed in a few lines on a chat forum...
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  23. Music Moments #11: Steppenwolf's "Rock Me" (The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour) - YouTube
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  24. He still wasn't making the point he isnt God man. He was saying you shouldn't call people good as only God is good.
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  25. I think the blast crater thing is being way overblown. The street is probably 8"thick concrete. There would probably be some amount of damage from conventional explosives, but a crater? It would almost seem like a missle would create a crater moreso than a truck packed with dynamite or fuel oil. Kind of like how if you have a firecracker sitting on top of your open hand. Yeah, its going to tear some skin off of your palm but it isnt going to blow a hole through it.
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  26. The van arrived downtown at 1:30am... five hours before the explosion. There are vid clips that clearly show the blast occuring across the street from the RV, and not from the RV itself. This was well planned and executed. I doubt that some lone nut that had a gripe against the 5G network did this in his own. They are wrapping this up into a nice tidy little package on purpose. Nothing to see here folks...
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  27. "Many of the affiants in Trump lawsuits submitted affidavits alleging they heard someone say there was fraud, but didn’t have a first-hand account. In most cases, with some exceptions of course, hearsay is not admissible in court." https://www.clickondetroit.com/news/politics/2020/12/04/evidence-hearsay-voter-fraud-claims-in-affidavits-explained/
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  28. most of the affidavits seem to have to do with how close the observers were allowed to stand to those counting the ballots. There are no affidavits that observed actual voter fraud. The statistical arguments are just pure bullshit.
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  29. This is how I picture zarHO on the morning after she laid some wild trim on her new boy friend for the first time:
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  30. Jared Kushner Played Key Role In White House Pardon ‘Free-For-All’ With the holiday approaching, Trump has issued 65 pardons and commutations since Tuesday, including many that erased convictions and sentences for his allies, and more are expected in the coming days. https://www.huffpost.com/entry/kushner-pardon-free-for-all_n_5fe51a42c5b64e442102e617
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  31. why would you say the courts did not hear the evidence? Show me a court that dismissed any affidavits without having them entered into evidence before dismissing them.
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  32. They're sour over their democrat overlords who shut down Christmas. 😆
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  33. Happy festivus the airing of grievances should be a sight in some homes the Biden’s for one
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  34. 60 out of the 65 Pardons so far by the Criminal ConMan went to other his Criminals (as they were promised) that saved his ass and didn't say a word to the authorities
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  35. It’s going to be weird having a first lady that we haven’t all seen naked. Dr. Jill Biden should be great.
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  36. He has much experience in the areas of Hershey Highways. LOL LOL LOL
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