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  1. An ASSAULT WEAPON was NOT USED. An ASSAULT WEAPON is a weapon that is designed to be fired in a semi automatic mode or fully automatic mode and features a selector switch. This allows the operator to select the mode. It is POSSIBLE that an AR style rifle was used, but an AR style rifle is semi automatic, and an AR style rifle is NOT an ASSAULT RIFLE. Do your research. And when you see the MEDIA LYING, call them out ad tell them they are LYING and you are TIRED OF IT.
  2. Too bad it it made out of foam. Other wise looks scary, right?
  3. As I said, if you don't like it leave! What is your problem? America voted and Trump won. GTH out of the USA if you got a problem. We are going to show the MARXIST COMMUNIST DEMOCRATS in 2020 another lesson! NO TO SOCIALISM IN THE USA!
  4. In addition more than 44% of Americans pay ZERO (0) income tax. I pay taxes and get zero refund. My taxes should double so I can pay for Medicare for all for people that pay for nothing? ONCE AGAIN! WHERE IS THE MONEY GOING TO COME FROM TO PAY FOR THIS? https://www.marketwatch.com/story/81-million-americans-wont-pay-any-federal-income-taxes-this-year-heres-why-2018-04-16
  5. Do you mind paying 30% income tax? How about a VAT of 20%. Where is the money going to come from to pay for this insurance? According to the Congressional Budget Office, the federal government took in a bit under $3.3 trillion in revenue in 2016. Estimates from various sources say that the Medicare for all will cost somewhere between $2.4 to $2.8 trillion a year. Seeing that we are already running on deficit, DOUBLING your existing taxes will barely cover the cost of Medicare for all.
  6. JOLIET, Ill. (AP) — More than 2,000 medically preserved fetal remains have been found at the Illinois home of a former Indiana abortion clinic doctor who died last week, authorities said. The Will County Sheriff's Office said in a news release late Friday that an attorney for Dr. Ulrich Klopfer's family contacted the coroner's office Thursday about possible fetal remains being found at the home in an unincorporated part of Will County in northeastern Illinois. The sheriff's office said authorities found 2,246 preserved fetal remains but there's no evidence medical procedures were performed at the home. The coroner's office took possession of the remains. An investigation is underway. A message left Saturday seeking additional comment on the discovery was not returned by the Will County Sheriff's Office investigations department. Klopfer, who died Sept. 3, was a longtime doctor at an abortion clinic in South Bend, Indiana. It closed after the state revoked the clinic's license in 2015. The Indiana State Department of Health had previously issued complaints against the clinic, accusing it of lacking a registry of patients, policies regarding medical abortion, and a governing body to determine policies. The state agency also accused the clinic of failing to document that patients get state-mandated education at least 18 hours before an abortion. Klopfer was believed to be Indiana's most prolific abortion doctor, with thousands of procedures performed in multiple Indiana counties over several decades, the South Bend Tribune reported. Mike Fichter, the president of Indiana Right to Life, said in a statement sent Friday night that "we are horrified" by the discovery of the fetal remains at Klopfer's Illinois residence. He called for Indiana authorities to help determine whether those remains have any connection to abortion operations in Indiana. "These sickening reports underscore why the abortion industry must be held to the highest scrutiny," Fichter said in the statement.
  7. ONLY IN A ROTTEN DEMOCRATS MIND..... Legend, 40, reacted to the sentence in a series of tweets on Saturday. The musician appeared to address the backlash from those who believe Huffman’s sentence should have been stricter, citing harsher punishments given to people of color, including Tanya McDowell, who was sentenced to five years in prison for charges connected to sending her child to the wrong school district, according to the Connecticut Post. “I get why everyone gets mad when rich person X gets a short sentence and poor person of color Y gets a long one,” the singer wrote. “The answer isn’t for X to get more; it’s for both of them to get less (or even none!!!) We should level down not up.” “Americans have become desensitized to how much we lock people up,” he continued. “Prisons and jails are not the answer to every bad thing everyone does, but we’ve come to use them to address nearly every societal ill.”
  9. @leftwinger see I can do it too. I wear big pants, unlike YOU!
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