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Demonspawn 15 points ago +15 / -0

Go to her house, tar and feather her, and ride her out of state on a rail.

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Demonspawn 1 point ago +1 / -0

9,041 more ballots received than mailed out

399 mail in ballots received that were never mailed out

Are these two different counts or two different instances?

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Demonspawn 2 points ago +2 / -0

Just like every other candidate who ran for President and had their citizenship questioned.

Just like McCain, who ran in 2008 (against Obama even!), was birthed in the Panama Canal zone, and the senate actually passed a resolution that the 1937 law declaring anyone born in that zone to be a citizen qualified McCain as a natural born citizen.

Of course, some pundits disagreed, because the law was passed after McCain was birthed.

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Demonspawn 3 points ago +3 / -0

40 different weapons seems excessive

It does because it's not your expected use case. It's exactly as "excessive" as the guy who has all the sports packages on his TV, or the other guy who has 17 anvils, or the other guy who has a wall full of board games, or the guy who has 5 cars.

It's his thing. He likes shooting, and likes shooting different guns.

Hell, I just was part of an estate auction where there were over 100 guns up for auction. A lot of real beauty collector pieces, a few usable hunting rifles, a few shooter rifles, plenty of handguns... real nice collection!

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Demonspawn 3 points ago +3 / -0

Vegas shooting was what got me on T_D. It was the only place allowing information/discussion about it.

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Demonspawn 5 points ago +5 / -0

but just to challenge you a little bit: what makes something a law?

Passed by an elected representative congress and not in violation of the Constitution.

Constitution allows congress to make laws. It does not allow them to delegate their authority to pass laws (to the FAA, FCC, FDA, nor anyone else). And all laws repugnant to the constitution are null and void.

So it's a pretty easy challenge, just need to reference the Constitution.

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Demonspawn 7 points ago +7 / -0

I've had an account and sent money to Gab ever since the great deplatforming.

I don't even use Gab, other than occasionally checking out the dissenter comments.

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Demonspawn 0 points ago +1 / -1

Maybe if we had more men around here acting how they're supposed to

But we won't. Because we're too busy dodging what women's 56% control of suffrage has done to destroy the country and are too busy to do what we're "supposed to do".

Stop blaming us and start acting like the men of honor God wants you to be

Perhaps after you start acting like the supporting women God wants you to be by staying out of politics.

You might be surprised at how many women would start listening.

Why would you? You already use government to transfer $2T/yr from men to women. You don't care about men, you just care about our wallets.

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Demonspawn 63 points ago +63 / -0

Exactly. If someone said this about my kids in my presence, I'd kill them. No hesitation.

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Demonspawn 1 point ago +1 / -0

What do you lose? However much time it took you to vote.

What do you gain? Making the fraud more obvious, waking up more people, and recruiting more rifles to your side when it comes time to finally solve the problem.

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Demonspawn 1 point ago +1 / -0

We all knew it was going to happen. The only question was how many Larry Elder supporters would turn out and how obvious would that make the fraud.

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Demonspawn 2 points ago +2 / -0

Overall, automatic fire is only good for 3 things:

  1. Area suppression
  2. CQB
  3. Turning money into smiles.

A bump stock is only good for #3. You really can't do 1 with it and 2 is right out.

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Demonspawn 4 points ago +4 / -0

It's more than just that.

Think about it... leaving at 18 years of service: 2 year away from a lifetime paycheck/benefits. He's walking away from a LOT of money on because he feels that strongly against what is going on.

That's not a "strongly worded letter", that's a HUGE statement and a big action. And all of the <15 year guys are going to think "well if this guy walked with that little amount of time left, I can too"

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Demonspawn 1 point ago +1 / -0

If that's true, then how did we eliminate smallpox via vaccination? Shouldn't it still be out there, waiting to pounce on the unvaccinated?

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Demonspawn 2 points ago +2 / -0

Think about European settlers in the New World and how they decimated native Americans and later on Pacific Islanders. This occurred because the Europeans carried viruses and spread it to the isolated populations who never dealt with such diseases.

You're thinking of disease evolution from only one side.

The reason the Europeans wiped out the natives is because the only Europeans left were the ones for which the disease was no big deal. The rest had died off and had not reproduced. That's because, back then, there were no vaccinations which conferred non-natural resistance to the bug. When the Europeans met the natives, the natives had not evolved against the disease and so it was like it's initial experience in Europe all over again.

It doesnt do this, you will carry the virus just like any other virus Asymptomatically.

No we won't. Those of us who have been previously exposed to C19 and have full antibodies can't catch it again (unless our immune system has been fucked in some way). When the virus starts into our bodies, we'll fight it right off the bat before it gets a chance to get a foothold. It won't affect us, we won't get sick, and there won't be enough of it in us for us to transmit it to others.

That's how real immunity works, the same type of immunity conferred by the smallpox vaccine, the MMR vaccine, and other traditional vaccines.

With the C19 jabs, the virus takes root, reproduces, and can be spread to others... it's just that you don't feel the symptoms (because the jab works against that part of the disease). That's not immunity. That's not a vaccine. It's a symptom suppressor.

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Demonspawn 1 point ago +1 / -0

The RNC better listen up. MTG is offering them the only chance of a political solution to this mess: to get an actual fucking backbone in our representatives. If they don't listen, revolution by the people is the only other solution which remains.

And the revolutionaries will hang all the traitors, no matter what party they claim.

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Demonspawn 1 point ago +1 / -0

It takes a massive effort to chemically engineer - vaccine that can specifically both prevent spreading of infections, and protect the individual simultaneously.

If you prevent spreading of infection (as in, you can't pass it to the vaccinated), then you automatically protect the individual. That takes zero additional effort.

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Demonspawn 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'm the fool offering 7.62 injections =/

Oh well. Gotta do what I gotta do.

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Demonspawn 2 points ago +2 / -0

My company had an emergency leadership meeting about it this morning. Our plan is to do nothing until it plays through the courts. They're not the type to take a stand, which I can accept, but they're also not the type to blindly follow, which I appreciate.

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Demonspawn 1 point ago +1 / -0

Here in Oregon Kate Brown mandated that everyone working in healthcare or education must take the jab. She did this even though we have a state law in place that prohibits mandatory vaccinations for healthcare workers.

That law has a felony punishment? Perform a citizens arrest of Kate Brown.

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Demonspawn 5 points ago +5 / -0

Yet you can advertise 120k positions in the UK for devops and get 3 shitty candidates.

IT overall and DevOps in particular have negative unemployment rates. Far more jobs than workers.

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Demonspawn 6 points ago +6 / -0

You don't even want to know how insane the comparison is:

Using 99.8% survival rate of covid, you could catch covid 300 independent times and still have an overall 54.8% chance of surviving the ordeal.

If each covid case take a week and she instantly catches it again, that would take 5.8 years.

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Demonspawn 0 points ago +1 / -1

Thats a fantasy anyway and not how even traditional vaccines work. There's absolutely no way to make you immune from all the mutations of any virus. That is absolutely impossible.

But here's the problem: this jab wasn't even designed to keep you from getting the disease! It only "prevented" the symptoms by giving a lesser version of them to you early. The jab caused you to create antibodies to the spike protein, not the virus shell.

That means you can get and spread covid while feeling no symptoms. The jab is begging for a Marek's Disease situation. I was joking with my nephew a few weeks ago and I said "They're trying to turn survival into a subscription service". Right after it left my lips, I realized the horrible potential truth in what I said.

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