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Thread started 08/11/19 11:30am

2freaky4church
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When the right wing denied a white supremacy threat.

Obama's DHS warned us but we did not listen. We were warned about white nationalism years ago--I knew about it, but who else did? We could have did something. No, even Trump hater and self righteous blowhard Joey Scarborough:

https://www.mediamatters....-ob/149176

Malkin:

http://michellemalkin.com...s-is-real/

Hannity:

https://www.mediamatters....-ta/149185

All you others say Hell Yea!! woot!
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Reply #1 posted 08/12/19 10:27am

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They still are denying a white supremacy threat. The unrepentant serial adulterer in the White House denied it just this year.

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Reply #2 posted 08/12/19 11:15am

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The NY Times has a new article saying right wing media ginning up racism. Joe was mute today. lol

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Reply #3 posted 08/12/19 11:22am

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Tim Wise is huge. lol

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Reply #4 posted 08/12/19 11:24am

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2freaky4church1 said:

Tim Wise is huge. lol

He seems to be average sized to me

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Reply #5 posted 08/12/19 11:54am

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This is how I know you're trolling 2freaky, when you try to make a point and then post a MediaMatters link as your proof. lol

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Reply #6 posted 08/12/19 11:59am

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MediaMatters is usually spot on, they simply highlight the people's own words to make a point

For example, here is a timeline of Tucker Carlson's history of racist and White supremacist statements:

https://www.mediamatters....y-timeline" target="_blank">https://www.mediamatters....y-timeline

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Reply #7 posted 08/12/19 12:04pm

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guitarslinger44 said:

This is how I know you're trolling 2freaky, when you try to make a point and then post a MediaMatters link as your proof. lol



Actually, questioning the the source/trying to illegitimize it without even reading the story is the trolling.

I'm starting to think you know that, though.

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Reply #8 posted 08/12/19 12:05pm

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Video speaks for itself.

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Reply #9 posted 08/12/19 2:31pm

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jjhunsecker said:

MediaMatters is usually spot on, they simply highlight the people's own words to make a point

For example, here is a timeline of Tucker Carlson's history of racist and White supremacist statements:

https://www.mediamatters....y-timeline" target="_blank">https://www.mediamatters....y-timeline


Eh, I would agree some of those things are racist, but a lot of them are things leftists disagree with that aren't actually racist at all. shrug

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Reply #10 posted 08/12/19 2:31pm

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RodeoSchro said:

guitarslinger44 said:

This is how I know you're trolling 2freaky, when you try to make a point and then post a MediaMatters link as your proof. lol



Actually, questioning the the source/trying to illegitimize it without even reading the story is the trolling.

I'm starting to think you know that, though.


GTFO, you know if someone posted Breitbart as a source, you'd do the exact same thing, and MediaMatters is the lefty version of that. lol

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Reply #11 posted 08/12/19 3:10pm

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guitarslinger44 said:

RodeoSchro said:



Actually, questioning the the source/trying to illegitimize it without even reading the story is the trolling.

I'm starting to think you know that, though.


GTFO, you know if someone posted Breitbart as a source, you'd do the exact same thing, and MediaMatters is the lefty version of that. lol



ONIWNDT!

I may be the only orger who does this (but probably not) but I read all sources to which I'm going to reply. In fact, the nuttier the better, because those are the easiest to shoot holes in.

For instance, ANY link from that fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist Alex Jones is always read, because those are the easiest to blow away. And if they weren't blown away, then moonbats would certainly claim the BS they posted from that fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist Alex Jones was somehow valid.

That is, of course, unacceptable.

So have a go at 2Freaky's MediaMatters link. if MediaMatters is so crappy, you should have no problem tearing it apart and showing us so.

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Reply #12 posted 08/12/19 3:16pm

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guitarslinger44 said:

jjhunsecker said:

MediaMatters is usually spot on, they simply highlight the people's own words to make a point

For example, here is a timeline of Tucker Carlson's history of racist and White supremacist statements:

https://www.mediamatters....y-timeline" target="_blank">https://www.mediamatters....y-timeline


Eh, I would agree some of those things are racist, but a lot of them are things leftists disagree with that aren't actually racist at all. shrug

I found pretty much all of them racist. Especially if they are not "one-offs" but a pattern over years.

I guess you and I have a different definition of what that word means.

[Edited 8/12/19 15:17pm]

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Reply #13 posted 08/12/19 3:19pm

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the threat is clear... and it is sad that it is denied... sadder still is the main ones crying about it deny the left wing fascist and race supremacist tthreats... or how so many so called liberals who cackle about white privilege deny their own privilege.

If "Assault" rifles are banned... COPS first! If they want to TRY to take them from the PEOPLE they should set the example!
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Reply #14 posted 08/12/19 3:39pm

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

the threat is clear... and it is sad that it is denied...

<IF YOU HAD JUST STOPPED HERE - RodeoSchro>


sadder still is the main ones crying about it deny the left wing fascist and race supremacist tthreats... or how so many so called liberals who cackle about white privilege deny their own privilege.



You blew it.

You really blew it.

You almost said the right thing. Heck, you did say the right thing, but then...

...you just couldn't help yourself.

You will never, ever get beyond "YOU DID IT TOO!!! YOU DID IT TOO!!!1!1!!111!!!" will you?

Grow up.

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Reply #15 posted 08/12/19 3:56pm

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RodeoSchro said:

guitarslinger44 said:


GTFO, you know if someone posted Breitbart as a source, you'd do the exact same thing, and MediaMatters is the lefty version of that. lol



ONIWNDT!

I may be the only orger who does this (but probably not) but I read all sources to which I'm going to reply. In fact, the nuttier the better, because those are the easiest to shoot holes in.

For instance, ANY link from that fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist Alex Jones is always read, because those are the easiest to blow away. And if they weren't blown away, then moonbats would certainly claim the BS they posted from that fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist Alex Jones was somehow valid.

That is, of course, unacceptable.

So have a go at 2Freaky's MediaMatters link. if MediaMatters is so crappy, you should have no problem tearing it apart and showing us so.


I didn't say I didn't read it, I read all kinds of sources, but MM is shit. FOr one, the whole story is one big nothingburger, what is there to pick apart other than the fact that MediaMatters writes up stuff like this to get lefty dicks hard and meet their advertising quota? shrug

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Reply #16 posted 08/12/19 3:59pm

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jjhunsecker said:

guitarslinger44 said:


Eh, I would agree some of those things are racist, but a lot of them are things leftists disagree with that aren't actually racist at all. shrug

I found pretty much all of them racist. Especially if they are not "one-offs" but a pattern over years.

I guess you and I have a different definition of what that word means.

[Edited 8/12/19 15:17pm]


HOw is saying the presdient sounds high, criticizing the NAACP, or Colbert for wearing a BLM wristband racist? How do any of those acts promote one race over another?

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Reply #17 posted 08/12/19 4:10pm

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guitarslinger44 said:



jjhunsecker said:




guitarslinger44 said:




Eh, I would agree some of those things are racist, but a lot of them are things leftists disagree with that aren't actually racist at all. shrug



I found pretty much all of them racist. Especially if they are not "one-offs" but a pattern over years.


I guess you and I have a different definition of what that word means.


[Edited 8/12/19 15:17pm]




HOw is saying the presdient sounds high, criticizing the NAACP, or Colbert for wearing a BLM wristband racist? How do any of those acts promote one race over another?



It's the totality of his history. You picked out 3 that can be debatable... out of about 50 that are pretty blatant
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Reply #18 posted 08/12/19 6:03pm

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jjhunsecker said:

guitarslinger44 said:


HOw is saying the presdient sounds high, criticizing the NAACP, or Colbert for wearing a BLM wristband racist? How do any of those acts promote one race over another?

It's the totality of his history. You picked out 3 that can be debatable... out of about 50 that are pretty blatant


I mean, I could have picked others but those were closest to the top. You said you found pretty much all of them racist, so maybe if you explained to me how those are racist I might have a better idea of where you're coming from. If it were someone else saying the same things do you think you would see them as less racist?

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Reply #19 posted 08/12/19 8:36pm

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guitarslinger44 said:

jjhunsecker said:

guitarslinger44 said: It's the totality of his history. You picked out 3 that can be debatable... out of about 50 that are pretty blatant


I mean, I could have picked others but those were closest to the top. You said you found pretty much all of them racist, so maybe if you explained to me how those are racist I might have a better idea of where you're coming from. If it were someone else saying the same things do you think you would see them as less racist?

Maybe I can excuse one or two stupid things being said, because we all sometimes say stupid things .But in his case he has a long and now documented history of these type of remarks, so yes, everything he says will be looked at through that prism.



Tucker has been praised by David Duke, and another White Supremacist leader thanked Tucker for being their greatest ally in the media. If you're being praised by people like that, that's saying a lot...

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Reply #20 posted 08/12/19 8:38pm

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RodeoSchro said:



You blew it.

You really blew it.

You almost said the right thing. Heck, you did say the right thing, but then...

...you just couldn't help yourself.

You will never, ever get beyond "YOU DID IT TOO!!! YOU DID IT TOO!!!1!1!!111!!!" will you?

Grow up.

He's the King of "Whataboutism"....

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Reply #21 posted 08/12/19 9:37pm

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Well at least we know this fact.. according to the FBI Director, there’s been an increase in right-wing extremism and hate crimes influenced by white supremacy ideology.

To this day I’m wondering how those idiots can fall so easily, for such a fake-ass, ignorant ideology. Got to be some desperate folks who desire a need to be above all others. Pathetic.
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Reply #22 posted 08/12/19 11:23pm

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2elijah said:

Well at least we know this fact.. according to the FBI Director, there’s been an increase in right-wing extremism and hate crimes influenced by white supremacy ideology. To this day I’m wondering how those idiots can fall so easily, for such a fake-ass, ignorant ideology. Got to be some desperate folks who desire a need to be above all others. Pathetic.

Because, sadly, people whose own lives are miserable desperately need someone else to look down upon and vent all their hatred

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Reply #23 posted 08/13/19 6:18am

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2elijah said:

Well at least we know this fact.. according to the FBI Director, there’s been an increase in right-wing extremism and hate crimes influenced by white supremacy ideology. To this day I’m wondering how those idiots can fall so easily, for such a fake-ass, ignorant ideology. Got to be some desperate folks who desire a need to be above all others. Pathetic.




Money. Racism.

The GOP leaders and its voters have placed money over God.

That didn't work out too well the last time that happened.

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Reply #24 posted 08/13/19 6:20am

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guitarslinger44 said:

RodeoSchro said:



ONIWNDT!

I may be the only orger who does this (but probably not) but I read all sources to which I'm going to reply. In fact, the nuttier the better, because those are the easiest to shoot holes in.

For instance, ANY link from that fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist Alex Jones is always read, because those are the easiest to blow away. And if they weren't blown away, then moonbats would certainly claim the BS they posted from that fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist Alex Jones was somehow valid.

That is, of course, unacceptable.

So have a go at 2Freaky's MediaMatters link. if MediaMatters is so crappy, you should have no problem tearing it apart and showing us so.


I didn't say I didn't read it, I read all kinds of sources, but MM is shit. FOr one, the whole story is one big nothingburger, what is there to pick apart other than the fact that MediaMatters writes up stuff like this to get lefty dicks hard and meet their advertising quota? shrug



Again - all you've done is say "Your source sucks!" You've provided no analysis or refutation of one single word in the source material.

If that's your idea of debate, then I suggest you head to a Reddit or Hannity board. They'll love you there!

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Reply #25 posted 08/13/19 1:08pm

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RodeoSchro said:

guitarslinger44 said:


I didn't say I didn't read it, I read all kinds of sources, but MM is shit. FOr one, the whole story is one big nothingburger, what is there to pick apart other than the fact that MediaMatters writes up stuff like this to get lefty dicks hard and meet their advertising quota? shrug



Again - all you've done is say "Your source sucks!" You've provided no analysis or refutation of one single word in the source material.

If that's your idea of debate, then I suggest you head to a Reddit or Hannity board. They'll love you there!


I love that you're knocking me for shit you yourself do on the regular. lol

I already said, the story is a nothingburger, there's nothing to refute, and it only got printed to get easily led people like you and 2Freaky mad enough to share it with your Facebook echo chamber so MM can get page hits.

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