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AQuietVoice 7 points ago +7 / -0

He has two declared primary challengers: Mark Mowry and Bruce Whalen. I have met Mowry, but not Whalen. Mowry presents himself as MAGA, and has given no indication that it is an act. I cannot speak to Whalen's character or true affiliation because I do not know him. I hope that either of them drops out to increase the odds or removing Thune for the good of the South Dakotan people.

In addition, Congressman Dusty Johnson (Worst porn name ever, but fitting for the RINO cuck that he is) is being challenged by Taffy Howard (who names politicians?), a representative at the state level. She is very personable and does not view the task of representing her state as "largely ceremonial" as the incumbent described the role on Jan 7th. Her stated priorities are to fix the broken elections, fix immigration, and fix the debt; according to her propaganda.

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AQuietVoice 2 points ago +2 / -0

I am happy that I only know who two of those people are, and I am very disappointed in them. Not surprised; just disappointed.

Perhaps the face of literacy (Reading Rainbow) should actually acquaint himself with the facts of the case. Perhaps the same man from "Roots" should also reconsider his support for a man who profits from present day slavery.

Yes by Vsid
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AQuietVoice 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yes, an armed society is a polite society. Moreover, the barbarian is more polite than the civilized man because if you insult the barbarian, he may just kill you, but the civilized man has forgotten how to temper his tongue because he no longer fears the consequences of his words.

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AQuietVoice 2 points ago +2 / -0

True enough, but I am trying to avoid the black pill.

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AQuietVoice 6 points ago +6 / -0

In California, "Criminal" is the same as "Government official," so I understand why this statement is being made.

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AQuietVoice 1 point ago +1 / -0

The Former California Senator's caption is missing a word at the end.

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AQuietVoice 4 points ago +4 / -0

I disagree. By the original post, she is stating that the media misrepresented the most basic facts, especially by painting Rittenhouse as a white supremacist. When one are told that a white supremacist shoots three people, the natural assumption is that the people shot are black. With the media malfeasance, they are manipulating with lies, and when people only read headlines, their own minds fill in the blanks.

It is not that he would be less heroic if he defended himself against black rioters; it's that the narrative failed to report the most fundamental facts of this case by bad faith actors telling blatant lies to a populace that does not do their own research.

Once that trust has been breached, and a person knows that they are being lied to, there is no recovery of that trust especially while the lies are still demonstrable.

Welcome the red-pilled; don't denigrate them for being the first ones to the party.

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AQuietVoice 7 points ago +7 / -0

I disagree. By the original post, she is stating that the media misrepresented the most basic facts, especially by painting Rittenhouse as a white supremacist. When one are told that a white supremacist shoots three people, the natural assumption is that the people shot are black. With the media malfeasance, they are manipulating with lies, and when people only read headlines, their own minds fill in the blanks.

It is not that he would be less heroic if he defended himself against black rioters; it's that the narrative failed to report the most fundamental facts of this case by bad faith actors telling blatant lies to a populace that does not do their own research.

Once that trust has been breached, and a person knows that they are being lied to, there is no recovery of that trust especially while the lies are still demonstrable.

Welcome the red-pilled; don't denigrate them for being the first ones to the party.

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AQuietVoice 3 points ago +3 / -0

Not everybody recognizes a lie when they hear it because they have been conditioned to believe the lies by people whom they trust. Only once the facts are put to them in a way they cannot ignore will they begin to question. What then follows is the inevitable and painful question: About what else have I been lied to?

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AQuietVoice 2 points ago +2 / -0

Almost like leftism is defined by cognitive dissonance, or as Orwell described it: double-think.

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AQuietVoice 1 point ago +1 / -0

Of course. Win, lose, or draw, the ability to trust the outcome is paramount.

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AQuietVoice 4 points ago +4 / -0

Al Capone went down for tax evasion. I agree that it is messed up that the culture cares more about the trivial. Part of that comes from their own shameful pride being exposed. For them to be outraged about Cuomo murdering the elderly or Fauci's incompetence, they would have to admit their own flaws in supporting these men solely on the basis of Orange Man Bad. It is easier for them to find a lesser criminal flaw in them and focus their energy there.

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AQuietVoice 1 point ago +1 / -0

My Forefathers have been doing that since 1517.

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AQuietVoice 7 points ago +7 / -0

Back when I used to watch Football, there was a season where the Detroit Lions went 0-16. Still better than Fauci.

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AQuietVoice 1 point ago +1 / -0

Plenty of Rope.

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