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Reply #90 posted 10/30/18 6:01am

Musicslave

PennyPurple said:

So the first service is tomorrow. The Mayor just asked Trump to come visit another time, that tomorrow is not a good time, especially when the city's police force is needed for the services tomorrow. He said that this should be about the victims and not the President and his visit will stretch the city too thin.

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Nope. Not a chance. This is just another photo op for the president to suck all the oxygen out of the country and focus on him and what's best for helping keep Congress in the hands of the republicans. Jared, Ivanka will be mere window dressing today. "See, I can't be anti-semitic, my daughter's Jewish, my grandkids are being raised Jewish. See."

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What about security, we're going to be spread a little thin, Mr. President, "Nah, don't worry about it. I got secret service for that. Eveything will be fine. It's gonna be great. Believe me."

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As many in America are voting early (I did), I hope they are paying attention to not only this travesty of a president but more importantly next Tuesday, the impotent members of his party that won't stand up to him.

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Yes I know it's part of the job to comfort families in tragedies like these, but this just happened three days ago. In fact, Jews try to bury their dead within 2 to 3 days. But because of how this happened, they've already had to accommodate the investigators and delay their normal routine. I don't see the need to rush. That's all.

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I'm sure he'll be well scripted today. Jared will help him out. I sure hope he doesn't mentions that they should have had armed security guards while he's there today.

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Reply #91 posted 10/30/18 6:07am

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Musicslave said:

PennyPurple said:

So the first service is tomorrow. The Mayor just asked Trump to come visit another time, that tomorrow is not a good time, especially when the city's police force is needed for the services tomorrow. He said that this should be about the victims and not the President and his visit will stretch the city too thin.

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Nope. Not a chance. This just another photo op for the president to suck all the oxygen out of the country and focus on him and what's best for helping keep Congress in the hands of the republicans. Jared, Ivanka will be mere window dressing today. "See, I can't be anti-semitic, my daughter's Jewish, my grandkids are being raised Jewish. See."

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What about security, we're going to be spread a little thin, Mr. President, "Nah, don't worry about it. I got secret service for that. Eveything will be fine. It's gonna be great. Believe me."

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As many in America are voting early (I did), I hope they are paying attention to not only this travesty of a president but more importantly next Tuesday, the impotent members of his party that won't stand up to him.

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Reply #92 posted 10/30/18 6:35am

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Someone fired four shots into an empty GOP campaign office.

Clearly, it was done by a right-winger. Ask yourself - who benefits by a GOP office being shot at?

The GOP. It's a false flag.

Do you think it was just a coincidence that the shots were fired into an empty office? Inside job, no doubt. The shooter knew the office was empty because the shooter was almost certainly one of the campaign workers.

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Reply #93 posted 10/30/18 6:52am

Musicslave

Local, national officials decline to appear with Trump in Pittsburgh

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https://www.cnn.com/2018/10/30/politics/donald-trump-pittsburgh-visit-shooting/index.html

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Local and national officials are declining to appear with President Donald Trump on Tuesday when he visits a grieving Pittsburgh, where funerals for slain congregants at the Tree of Life synagogue are set to begin.

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, House Speaker Paul Ryan, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi were all invited to join the President on his visit but declined, according to two congressional sources.
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A spate of local and state officials also said they would not appear with Trump when he visits a hospital and pays respects to the 11 victims of Saturday's massacre.
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The White House has declined to say who the President will meet with when he travels to Pittsburgh on Tuesday afternoon. One official described the visit as "understated." He'll be joined by the first lady, as well as daughter Ivanka Trump and son-in-law Jared Kushner, who are Jewish.
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Pittsburgh mayor Bill Peduto — who said this week Trump should forestall a visit while burials begin — will not appear with Trump, according to his spokesman.
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"Mayor Peduto's sole focus today is on the funerals and supporting the families," said Tim McNulty, Peduto's communications director.
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With an 11-rally campaign itinerary set to begin later this week, there is little flexibility in the President's schedule. The President has insisted that his rallies for Republican candidates not be canceled following the shooting and has told aides he is itching to hit the trail.
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On Monday evening, Peduto said on CNN that he advised Trump's aides that a visit on Tuesday was too early.
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"We did try to get the message out to the White House that our priority tomorrow is the first funeral," Peduto told CNN's Anderson Cooper.
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"I do believe that it would be best to put the attention on the families this week, and if he (Trump) were to visit, choose a different time to be able to do it," the mayor said. "Our focus as a city will be on the families and the outreach that they'll need this week and the support that they'll need to get through it."
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Peduto says when the city has buried the victims, "I think there's the opportunity for presidential visits."
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Pittsburgh County Executive Rich Fitzgerald also said he would not be meeting with the President on Tuesday.
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"I will not be meeting with the President. If the President wishes to come next week, or the next, that's something we can look at," he told CNN. "I'm focused on family and community."
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All presidential travel comes with heavy security and logistics concerns; in the past, the White House has said visiting the sites of tragedies or disasters must come with consideration for events on the ground.
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In addition to helping protect the President in Pittsburgh, police forces will also be tasked with guarding the funerals for victims that are set to begin on Tuesday.
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Trump's visit comes amid a widening national debate over the President's rhetoric, including the angry and at times violent messages he espouses during campaign rallies.
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In Pittsburgh, some progressive Jewish leaders have encouraged the President to stay home. In an open letter to the President, members of the city's "Bend the Arc" organization, a progressive group, wrote that his words and policies over the past three years "have emboldened a growing white nationalist movement," and that he is not welcome until he "fully (denounces) white nationalism."
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But Rabbi Jeffrey Myers, who was leading services at Tree of Life during Saturday's shooting, said on CNN's "New Day" Monday that "the President of the United States is always welcome."
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"I'm a citizen. He's my President. He is certainly welcome," he said.
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Reply #94 posted 10/30/18 6:55am

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RodeoSchro said:

Someone fired four shots into an empty GOP campaign office.

Clearly, it was done by a right-winger. Ask yourself - who benefits by a GOP office being shot at?

The GOP. It's a false flag.

Do you think it was just a coincidence that the shots were fired into an empty office? Inside job, no doubt. The shooter knew the office was empty because the shooter was almost certainly one of the campaign workers.


So, the maga bomber sends "bombs" which, while potentially COULD explode, were so poorly designed and the odds of blowing up their targets was so slim that he's not even being charged with attempted murder. But that's not a false flag.

At the same time you're sure that the shots fired at an empty GOP campaign office WERE a false flag.

Sounds to me like you're peddling a baseless conspiracy theory to deflect from a likely conspiracy theory. Who'd you get that theory from? Is there a lefty version of Alex Jones out there somewhere? lol lol



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Reply #95 posted 10/30/18 7:13am

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Reply #96 posted 10/30/18 7:20am

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Rabbi Jeffrey Myers Message On Hate This Morning....

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Reply #97 posted 10/30/18 7:33am

Musicslave

Why is Trump visiting Pittsburgh today? It fits into his schedule.

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The White House is scrambling today to make final plans for President Trump's visit to Pittsburgh, in the wake of a growing outcry from local officials who don't want the President to come.

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So why is he going today? It was the best day on his schedule, given that a string of campaign rallies begin tomorrow that essentially lock his schedule down for the next six days.

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A White House official said today that there was a discussion about scheduling the visit on Wednesday or Thursday, but the optics of visiting Pittsburgh on the same day as a campaign rally weren't viewed as ideal.

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So Why today, I asked earlier? I got my answer in one word: Politics.

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Reply #98 posted 10/30/18 7:35am

Musicslave

CNN:

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A spokesman for Pittsburgh’s mayor said city officials weren’t aware that President Trump’s controversial visit plans were final until they heard press secretary Sarah Sanders announce it in the White House briefing yesterday.

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Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto told CNN yesterday that he had earlier asked the White House to postpone the visit to let the city focus its attention and devote its resources on victims’ funerals.

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While Communications Director Tim McNulty told CNN that “there has been communication with the White House,” he said that city hall “got confirmation along with everyone else yesterday when Sarah Sanders announced it in the press briefing.”

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Reply #99 posted 10/30/18 7:47am

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Musicslave said:

CNN:

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A spokesman for Pittsburgh’s mayor said city officials weren’t aware that President Trump’s controversial visit plans were final until they heard press secretary Sarah Sanders announce it in the White House briefing yesterday.

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Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto told CNN yesterday that he had earlier asked the White House to postpone the visit to let the city focus its attention and devote its resources on victims’ funerals.

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While Communications Director Tim McNulty told CNN that “there has been communication with the White House,” he said that city hall “got confirmation along with everyone else yesterday when Sarah Sanders announced it in the press briefing.”


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Reply #100 posted 10/30/18 7:48am

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Musicslave said:

Why is Trump visiting Pittsburgh today? It fits into his schedule.

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The White House is scrambling today to make final plans for President Trump's visit to Pittsburgh, in the wake of a growing outcry from local officials who don't want the President to come.

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So why is he going today? It was the best day on his schedule, given that a string of campaign rallies begin tomorrow that essentially lock his schedule down for the next six days.

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A White House official said today that there was a discussion about scheduling the visit on Wednesday or Thursday, but the optics of visiting Pittsburgh on the same day as a campaign rally weren't viewed as ideal.

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So Why today, I asked earlier? I got my answer in one word: Politics.




He could wait, and go after the election.

But he wants to politicize the assassination of these people for his benefit. That is the only reason he's going now - before the election - rather than acting like a decent human and letting these people bury their dead first.

Donald Trump is politicizing a mass murder for his own political benefit.

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Reply #101 posted 10/30/18 7:50am

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djThunderfunk said:

RodeoSchro said:

Someone fired four shots into an empty GOP campaign office.

Clearly, it was done by a right-winger. Ask yourself - who benefits by a GOP office being shot at?

The GOP. It's a false flag.

Do you think it was just a coincidence that the shots were fired into an empty office? Inside job, no doubt. The shooter knew the office was empty because the shooter was almost certainly one of the campaign workers.


So, the maga bomber sends "bombs" which, while potentially COULD explode, were so poorly designed and the odds of blowing up their targets was so slim that he's not even being charged with attempted murder. But that's not a false flag.

At the same time you're sure that the shots fired at an empty GOP campaign office WERE a false flag.

Sounds to me like you're peddling a baseless conspiracy theory to deflect from a likely conspiracy theory. Who'd you get that theory from? Is there a lefty version of Alex Jones out there somewhere? lol lol



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Dedicated to Rodeo..

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Reply #102 posted 10/30/18 7:52am

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RodeoSchro said:

Musicslave said:

Why is Trump visiting Pittsburgh today? It fits into his schedule.

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The White House is scrambling today to make final plans for President Trump's visit to Pittsburgh, in the wake of a growing outcry from local officials who don't want the President to come.

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So why is he going today? It was the best day on his schedule, given that a string of campaign rallies begin tomorrow that essentially lock his schedule down for the next six days.

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A White House official said today that there was a discussion about scheduling the visit on Wednesday or Thursday, but the optics of visiting Pittsburgh on the same day as a campaign rally weren't viewed as ideal.

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So Why today, I asked earlier? I got my answer in one word: Politics.




He could wait, and go after the election.

But he wants to politicize the assassination of these people for his benefit. That is the only reason he's going now - before the election - rather than acting like a decent human and letting these people bury their dead first.

Donald Trump is politicizing a mass murder for his own political benefit.


^ yes, he is

"'Were it left to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers, or newspapers without a government, I should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter.'' - Thomas Jefferson
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Reply #103 posted 10/30/18 7:53am

RodeoSchro

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SuperFurryAnimal said:

djThunderfunk said:


So, the maga bomber sends "bombs" which, while potentially COULD explode, were so poorly designed and the odds of blowing up their targets was so slim that he's not even being charged with attempted murder. But that's not a false flag.

At the same time you're sure that the shots fired at an empty GOP campaign office WERE a false flag.

Sounds to me like you're peddling a baseless conspiracy theory to deflect from a likely conspiracy theory. Who'd you get that theory from? Is there a lefty version of Alex Jones out there somewhere? lol lol



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Dedicated to Rodeo..



I literally copied one of your posts almost word-for-word.

Therefore, you must agree with me.

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Reply #104 posted 10/30/18 7:54am

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DiminutiveRocker said:

RodeoSchro said:




He could wait, and go after the election.

But he wants to politicize the assassination of these people for his benefit. That is the only reason he's going now - before the election - rather than acting like a decent human and letting these people bury their dead first.

Donald Trump is politicizing a mass murder for his own political benefit.


^ yes, he is



So we have a president who puts tax cuts before the Ten Commandments, and will politicize a mass murder for his own benefit.

Anyone that supports a guy like that isn't fit to call themselves "American".

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Reply #105 posted 10/30/18 8:19am

Camileyun

PennyPurple said:

Camileyun said:

The good Rabbi has it right...principles before politics.

Then trump needs to stay the hell away.

Again, it should be solely up to the families.

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Reply #106 posted 10/30/18 8:23am

Camileyun

DiminutiveRocker said:

Camileyun said:

RodeoSchro said: Don't think so. You may just be wrong.

Or you're wrong. If the leader of the KKK and the White Natoinalist movement likes you - there is a reason.

They seemed to have glomed on to him pretty early on, during the primaries...I don't remember why. I wonder if they still feel that way about him since he's been in office? (I don't really keep track of those psychos).

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Reply #107 posted 10/30/18 8:48am

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Camileyun said:

PennyPurple said:

Then trump needs to stay the hell away.

Again, it should be solely up to the families.

Who have said they don't want him there or to meet with him.

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Reply #108 posted 10/30/18 8:52am

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RodeoSchro said:


I literally copied one of your posts almost word-for-word.

Therefore, you must agree with me.

Ok, well I just wanted to call a truce.

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Reply #109 posted 10/30/18 8:58am

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https://www.washingtonpos...89b4747a58



PITTSBURGH — A mourning family doesn’t want to meet him. Top members of his own party declined to join him. The mayor has explicitly asked him not to come. And yet President Trump plans to visit this grief-stricken city Tuesday, amid accusations that he and his administration continue to fuel the anti-Semitism that inspired Saturday’s massacre inside a synagogue.

The president and first lady Melania Trump are scheduled to arrive in the late afternoon, several hours after the first funerals are held for the 11 victims of the mass shooting at Tree of Life synagogue. More than 1,000 people have so far signed up for a demonstration at the same time — declaring Trump “unwelcome in our city and in our country.”


Congressional leaders from both parties — Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.), Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.) and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D.-Calif.) — have all declined invitat... his visit, according to three officials familiar with matter. (McConnell’s office said the Kentucky senator “has events in the state and was unable to attend.”)

So has at least one of the victims' families.

Trump offered to visit with the family of Daniel Stein, a 71-year-old who had just become a grandfather when he was gunned down at Tree of Life. Stein’s nephew, Stephen Halle, said the family declined. It was in part because of the comments Trump made in the immediate aftermath of the shooting, when he suggested the synagogue s...rmed guard.

“Everybody feels that they were inappropriate,” Halle said Tuesday — the same day his uncle was set to be buried — of Trump’s remarks about security. “He was blaming the community.



“A church, a synagogue, should not be a fortress. It should be an open welcoming place to feel safe.”

The city’s Democratic mayor, Bill Peduto, will not be appearing with the president, either, according to a spokesman. Peduto had urged Trump not to visit Pittsburgh until after the funerals for the victims had concluded, saying “all attention should be on the victims.”

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Tens of thousands of people have signed an open letter published by a progressive Jewish organization, Bend the Arc, saying that Trump would not be welcome unless he denounced white nationalism and stopped “targeting” minorities in his rhetoric and policies.

“For the past three years your words and your policies have emboldened a growing white nationalist movement,” the letter says. “You yourself called the murderer evil, but yesterday’s violence is the direct culmination of your influence. ”

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Reply #110 posted 10/30/18 9:29am

Camileyun

PennyPurple said:

Camileyun said:

Again, it should be solely up to the families.

Who have said they don't want him there or to meet with him.

Then he should listen.

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Reply #111 posted 10/30/18 9:32am

RodeoSchro

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Camileyun said:

PennyPurple said:

Who have said they don't want him there or to meet with him.

Then he should listen.



When has he ever listened to anyone?

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Reply #112 posted 10/30/18 9:49am

Camileyun

RodeoSchro said:

Camileyun said:

Then he should listen.



When has he ever listened to anyone?

hmmm Wait, I'm still thinking...

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Reply #113 posted 10/30/18 9:50am

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When Donald Trump said this at the 7:18 - 7:24 mark in this video where he says, "I could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and I would not lose any voters"!!! Then maybe this incited this shooter to think the same way and others like him.

Futhermore, any person talking like this should have AUTOMATICALLY been disqualified for being the President of the USA!!!

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Reply #114 posted 10/30/18 11:59am

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Camileyun said:

DiminutiveRocker said:

Or you're wrong. If the leader of the KKK and the White Natoinalist movement likes you - there is a reason.

They seemed to have glomed on to him pretty early on, during the primaries...I don't remember why. I wonder if they still feel that way about him since he's been in office? (I don't really keep track of those psychos).


I remember why - because he made biggoted remarks about Mexicans.

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Reply #115 posted 10/30/18 12:05pm

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Thousands mourn Pittsburgh synagogue victims as protesters await Trump
: https://www.yahoo.com/new...14037.html


October 30, 2018, 11:43 AM PDT
YOU ARE NOT WELCOME'

excrpt 1. Members of Pittsburgh's Jewish community said they would protest against Trump on Tuesday afternoon.

excerpt 2. The protest announcement echoed an open letter from a group of local Jewish leaders who told Trump: "You are not welcome in Pittsburgh until you fully denounce white nationalism."

More than 74,500 people have signed the letter, organized and posted online by the Pittsburgh chapter of Bend the Arc, a Jewish organization opposed to what it calls "the immoral agenda of the Trump administration and the Republican Party."

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imo as it should be. trump is the ultimate golem.
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federal judge says, "there is evidence." : https://www.yahoo.com/new...itics.html
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Reply #116 posted 10/30/18 3:02pm

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The seeds of Pittsburgh were sown in Charlottesville

Updated 3:54 PM ET, Tue October 30, 2018

The Tree of Life synagogue shooting on Saturday, in which 11 people were killed during Shabbat services, stunned the nation. Mass shootings happen with depressing regularity in the United States, but the virulent anti-Semitism that fueled the attack came as a surprise to many. "I just want to kill Jews," the shooter allegedly told police. President Trump, in a rally held a few hours after the attack, expressed disbelief: "It looks definitely like it's an anti-Semitic crime, and that is something you wouldn't believe could still be going on."

Nicole Hemmer
The return of violent anti-Semitism should not have come as a surprise, however. In 2017, white supremacists hoisting Nazi flags and shouting "Jews will not replace us!" swarmed Charlottesville. Though ostensibly in town to protest the removal of a Confederate monument, the alt-right brought to town chants and symbols that were primarily anti-Semitic. And they were not alone: a month earlier, the Ku Klux Klan had come to Charlottesville to rally. Almost all their signs and placards bore anti-Semitic messages, like one that read "Jews are Satan's children."
The deadly violence in Charlottesville put the alt-right and white supremacy at the center of national political debate. Yet the anti-Semitism part of the story quickly disappeared. Most analysis centered on Confederate statues and anti-black racism -- which, to be sure, was a core part of the story. But as reporters and pundits focused on the Confederate flags that cluttered the streets of Charlottesville, they lost sight of the specific history behind the Nazi flags that flapped beside them.
https://www.cnn.com/2018/10/30/opinions/pittsburgh-shooting-antisemitism-charlottesville-hemmer/index.html

Which goes back to Trump giving these people the okay sign for them to spew their hatred!

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Reply #117 posted 11/01/18 12:23pm

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He pleaded not guilty eek

It never ceases to amaze me how cruel humans can be against fellow humans and animals, especially when in the pursuit of money and power.
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Reply #118 posted 11/01/18 12:48pm

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RodeoSchro said:

SuperFurryAnimal said:

Dedicated to Rodeo..



I literally copied one of your posts almost word-for-word.

Therefore, you must agree with me.

Somewhere in the complete lack of presence of mind to see satire, lies the key to why conservatives don't make good comedians - just angry people on a stage.

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Reply #119 posted 11/01/18 2:34pm

13cjk13

Astasheiks said:

When Donald Trump said this at the 7:18 - 7:24 mark in this video where he says, "I could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and I would not lose any voters"!!! Then maybe this incited this shooter to think the same way and others like him.

Futhermore, any person talking like this should have AUTOMATICALLY been disqualified for being the President of the USA!!!

Or his "grab her by the pussy" remark, or when he made fun of a disabled reporter, or when he disparaged a gold star dad, or, or , or....At least he never said "57 states" or "you can keep your own physician" or wore a tan suit, you know, something as heinous and unforgiveable as that.

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