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BigPanda71 5 points ago +5 / -0

Not sure why you’re getting downvoted, aside from calling the military gay.

People seem to have forgotten that we already were betrayed by civilian law enforcement despite our general “back the blue” stance. The police gleefully arrested parents for letting their kids play in the park while allowing BLM to burn down cities.

The Kenosha Police could have easily killed Kyle Rittenhouse’s charges before they were even filed by loudly and publicly stating he acted in self-defense. Instead they did nothing.

Whether anyone realizes it, you’re about to see thousands of federal law enforcement agents spend thousands of man hours to fire federal employees who refuse the jab. They’ll do as they’re told and refer their fellow workers for termination, and most probably won’t lose any sleep over it.

The military is no different, sadly. Any of these officers could have easily reported Milley at the time, and instead they did nothing. Now they’ll happily throw him under the bus, but only in an attempt to save their own skin. Because they were all co-conspirators in usurping civilian control of the military.

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BigPanda71 2 points ago +2 / -0

Who is publicly making statements? All I see is a tweet. Unless and until someone pipes up in public, I’ll assume they won’t.

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BigPanda71 26 points ago +26 / -0

Unless the Chinese wanted it intercepted. What better way to show the rest of Five Eyes that you’re really in control? If the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs is calling the Chinese and telling them he’ll leak classified material to them, it shows they’re in charge, not the US.

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BigPanda71 8 points ago +9 / -1

Sorry, but judges like that are petty tyrants as bad as any other.

I was in trial once in federal court during the summer. Several of the summer interns were in watching the trial. One of the interns had taken his suit jacket off (summer in the Southwest is hot, and the courthouse didn’t have great A/C) in the gallery. The judge laid into him for several minutes from the bench. It was completely unnecessary and served no purpose other than for the judge to flex his dick.

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BigPanda71 4 points ago +4 / -0

Any legal pedes that can comment on this? Seems like a fairly slam dunk equal protection issue for the rest of the federal workers, right?

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BigPanda71 1 point ago +1 / -0

Doesn’t matter. Even the least crazy Dem will fall in line with defund the police in some form.

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BigPanda71 11 points ago +11 / -0

Her dad left her an NYC brownstone when he died. She was never “broke.”

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BigPanda71 2 points ago +2 / -0

They’re gonna have to at this rate. You know they wanna wait until January 21, 2023, so they can fraud her to two full terms. But Joe’s brain will be pudding long before then, and they can’t hide him that long.

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BigPanda71 2 points ago +2 / -0

I think he’s conscious of the reality on the ground. The average person doesn’t know 10% of the stuff we know. The red suppository of Trump coming out against the vaccine would feel good but would doom us to Kamala Harris in 24.

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BigPanda71 2 points ago +2 / -0

Don’t have one. Hoping the unionized employees in my agency fight like hell, though.

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BigPanda71 1 point ago +1 / -0

The problem was, Circuit City got rid of their knowledgeable employees back when the general public was still fairly ignorant of computers. Plus smartphones didn’t exist, so it’s not like you could do your research at the store if a question popped up.

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BigPanda71 10 points ago +10 / -0

That is so fucking sad and infuriating. They’re literally destroying lives to virtue signal

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BigPanda71 4 points ago +4 / -0

I’m a federal employee, so I’m more concerned with the mandate for all of us to get vaccinated or be fired, with no testing opt-out available.

The OSHA shit is so clearly illegal that I’m not at all concerned with it being tossed. That’s already a done deal as far as I see it.

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BigPanda71 5 points ago +5 / -0

The OSHA rule allows for a testing opt-out. The rule for other Executive Branch agency employees has no testing opt-out.

That’s a very big deal, and is only happening because they’re scared of the Postal union. It’s also clearly an equal protection violation, which I’m hoping will be used to toss the whole thing.

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BigPanda71 14 points ago +14 / -0

Your company hiring? I’m 74 days and counting thanks to Sleepy Joe. Have seven years experience, mainly child exploitation, but I’m a fast learner

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BigPanda71 6 points ago +6 / -0

Unfortunately you’re right. Just about any reservation is a cesspool of alcoholism, crime, and child abuse.

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BigPanda71 6 points ago +6 / -0

Won’t matter. The sheer amount of companies that do business with the government is staggering. They’ll just go after them that way

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BigPanda71 18 points ago +18 / -0

It won’t, that’s the worst part. Barrett wouldn’t even give a temporary injunction to the Indiana University students. You think she’ll rule in our favor this time?

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BigPanda71 4 points ago +4 / -0

Yup, my work putting pedophiles in prison is definitely part of the problem

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BigPanda71 3 points ago +3 / -0

Serious question: when do they cave and admit the vaccine doesn’t work? Will they ever, or will it be booster shots forever and ever? I know they’ll happily propagandize for the vax until told otherwise, but at some point the dam has to break. Right?

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BigPanda71 5 points ago +5 / -0

Clearly he got fired, which is unfortunately to be expected. Can’t have someone going against the orthodoxy, even if it has nothing to do with the job the company actually does. The Mozilla guy found that out years ago when he donated to the traditional marriage ballot initiative in CA.

But I’ll stop short of calling him a pussy until I see what he has to say. If he plays along with the “stepped down” part then fuck him. Either way he’s never getting a job in gaming again, so better to go down with your boots on than to slink away.

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