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BroadSunlitUplands 1 point ago +1 / -0

If they’re permitted to ‘win’ an election, they’re a RINO.

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BroadSunlitUplands 1 point ago +1 / -0

If a media outlet will brazenly lie about something so basic, you know they’ll lie about anything.

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BroadSunlitUplands 1 point ago +1 / -0

The same exception which applied to Kyle has a sentence applying the same standard to the person who transfers the gun.

ie. the entire section doesn’t apply to the person transferring the gun if the person it’s transferred to (Kyle) meets the requirements of the exception (which we now know he did, as that was the basis on which the charge against Kyle was dismissed).

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BroadSunlitUplands 1 point ago +1 / -0

He’s trying to avoid whatever charges the Feds can dream up which might involve racial/political motivation.

It’s quite telling if the consensus opinion on the left and right is that ‘supporting BLM’ and being ‘opposed to towns burning to the ground’ are mutually exclusive.

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BroadSunlitUplands 4 points ago +4 / -0

It was the right to self-defense specifically against the BLAMtifa Red Guard mob which was on trial.

When their useful idiots come to burn your town to the ground, they want your options to be limited to ‘submit or die’.

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BroadSunlitUplands 1 point ago +1 / -0

Being allowed to ‘win’ an election now is a huge red flag. It means the Uniparty wasn’t concerned enough about them ‘winning’ to veto it.

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BroadSunlitUplands 1 point ago +1 / -0

Bye-cep must have, or he never would have been testifying.

‘Jumpkick Man’ should be possible, but it seems unlikely when the State’s version of events is that they were all heroes trying to stop an active shooter.

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BroadSunlitUplands 18 points ago +18 / -0

If jurors are genuinely too scared to acquit, this is more a failure of society than of the jurors. It’s not the role of jurors to stand alone against -and sacrifice themselves or their family to- a state-controlled mob while the rest of society stands on the sidelines and does fuck all to address the fact that juries are being threatened by a state-controlled mob.

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BroadSunlitUplands 4 points ago +4 / -0

Wisco is the lady sat next to Kyle. Seems to be handling admin/tech stuff for the defense.

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BroadSunlitUplands 1 point ago +1 / -0

Retard only managed to kill himself. The same thing happened with the Glasgow Airport attack.

In this case even the taxi driver who was in the taxi when the bomb went off managed to walk away.

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BroadSunlitUplands 2 points ago +2 / -0

He would have been charged with that separately in that case presumably. The SBR law is only mentioned specifically in the Under 18 Possession ‘exception’ to make it clear that when they say ‘except rifles and shotguns’ (or whatever it says), they don’t mean any rifle or shotgun.

I think they only charged this in the first place so the media could run wild with it for a year.

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BroadSunlitUplands 1 point ago +1 / -0

If the hospitals become overwhelmed this year it will because everyone was terrified of going near a hospital last year, so we have a year of early detection on cancers missed, operations missed and everything else missed which is now coming back to bite us. The vax injuries will exacerbate the situation.

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BroadSunlitUplands 1 point ago +1 / -0

But it does guarantee you can’t be criminalized for sitting in a given seat based on race.

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BroadSunlitUplands 1 point ago +1 / -0

I’m absolutely beyond giving a fuck at this point. If they can’t handle hearing an opinion different to their own, fuck ‘em, they aren’t the sort of people I want to be friends with anyway.

I figure those who still remain after my expressing my opinions openly for years are at least somewhat based (if only secretly) or at least tolerant of other opinions.

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BroadSunlitUplands 1 point ago +1 / -0

There wouldn’t even have been a trial and he would be treated like a hero by every MSM news source.

How’s the trial of Michael Byrd going?

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BroadSunlitUplands 6 points ago +6 / -0

Two scoops of judge for Trump, everyone else gets one.

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