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FireannDireach 8 points ago +8 / -0

Yeah, that's not gonna go well for the prosecution, if the judge decides to act on them withholding and playing games with evidence.

We'll see. The judge won't want his court to have a reputation for allowing the DA's office to run roughshod over evidentiary rules.

But you knew the FBI were gonna stick their dirty beaks into this any way they could.

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FireannDireach 28 points ago +28 / -0

No, they didn't conjure up a crime. Kyle shot them. The issue is, he had reason to shoot them, in self defense. The state is trying to make him out to be a cold blooded vigilante who was drooling at the idea of shooting black people (Even though he only shot white people), and that he chased down and shot the pedos and criminals, when all footage the public has seen, shows the pedos and criminals chasing HIM down.

What they're attempting to conjure up is Kyle's state of mind, and it's grade A made up fictional bullshit.

The crime here is the state knows what they're arguing isn't true, but are going for a murder conviction for purely political reasons. It's filthy, despicable, and all too fucking common these days.

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FireannDireach 2 points ago +2 / -0

I watched a YouTube stream of this hearing. I wouldn't call it "tense", as much as "Soros backed prosecutor whines and snivels at the judge because the poo poo head judge won't let them violate every rule putting Kyle in jail for life for having the nerve to shoot pedophiles and criminals."

The prosecution and DA should be fined, punished and recommended to the bar of the state for disbarment, but Soros paid good money for this level of incompetence, they're not going anywhere.

This was a weak article explaining what happened in that session. And, making it seem like they have a bloody glove with the FBI supplied video...really isn't.

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FireannDireach 3 points ago +3 / -0

Already well on it's way. I predict they'll far outstrip Chicago in murders, after the first year.

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FireannDireach 22 points ago +22 / -0

Doubtful. This is a ballot measure to replace the police with a new department, no such function exists at the Federal level, we vote for Presidents. (Congressional votes are State elections.) You'd have to have the Constitution changed to allow for it. Do you really want to open that door with the pack of weasels on both sides running Congress right now?

Minneapolis can go the way of Detroit - or should I say, already are going in that direction. You're gonna see white flight like never seen before.

The only good thing is, this doesn't shut down the Sheriffs. Who may or may not still be willing to pick up the slack when the murder and crime rates soar.

Minneapolis is lost.

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FireannDireach 2 points ago +2 / -0

I don't disagree that Japan has a right to defend itself, I'm just saying why they were held back from doing so until now.

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FireannDireach 3 points ago +3 / -0

I've always believed they have a couple stashed away somewhere, or the parts to make some. Japanese are pragmatic like that.

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FireannDireach 6 points ago +6 / -0

Japan hasn't been allowed to amass an army, because of treaties they signed after WWII. They're allowed enough for theoretical defense, but the bulk of their defense in case of invasion or attack was their partners in Australia and the US. Our Navy would be the main defense of the islands.

That is no more, however. As it stands, Japan is not in a good place to withstand an overt invasion or attack from China, on it's own. It's only real strength is it's nukes. Or, it's theoretical nukes, they're not allowed to have them, but I've always believed they have a couple stashed away, for times like this.

If you see the government of Japan announce it's starting a nuclear weapons program (they can do this very, very easily and quickly), then the shit's going down. China may have plans to do something to them before they can get that done, I'd bet. A few strategic bombings, that kind of thing. Or a new, exciting and very deadly virus being unleashed on the islands.

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FireannDireach 4 points ago +4 / -0

Charged? By whom? Congress? You really think Pelosi or Schumer will allow that? The staff under him, court martialing him? They're in cahoots with him. Who's gonna charge him?

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FireannDireach 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yes, but they're too few, and too powerless. The only people with any real power to step in is Congress, and they have China's money in their pockets, too. The few members that oppose this don't have enough power to get anything rolling.

SCOTUS won't stop them. Congress won't stop them. DOJ won't stop them. The Armed Forces won't stop them.

Who you gonna call?

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FireannDireach 3 points ago +3 / -0

"Joe Biden has China's hand jammed up his asshole clear to his smaller intestine - and why that's a good thing!" ~ The MSM, probably.

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FireannDireach 9 points ago +9 / -0

If China attacks Japan, we'll see nukes used. Biden will get blamed when he does nothing (or, Obama's people do nothing, and our military sits on their hands because they're told to), but it will roll off his back because the Congress doesn't care, they're owned by China too.

The bleak reality is, if China starts rolling into other countries and seizes them, the only real power to defy them now is Russia. And they're a shadow of what they once were.

Long term, our word as a nation is shit. Nobody will sign treaties with us. They're throwing decades and decades of good faith and hard work down the drain.

Japan WILL use nukes to defend itself. The hatred between China and Japan is so deep, been around for so long, that they will go there. And China will fire back.

End times, Pede. Not guaranteed but we can see the edge of the cliff. A lot of things can light off a fight that involves nukes.

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FireannDireach 9 points ago +9 / -0

That's assuming Biden had anything to do with this decision. I doubt he did, more like he was informed of it, shortly before everyone else was told.

Biden is not steering this ship. Stop acting like he is. This is Obama's people in collusion with the Congress, who signed our treaties with both countries into law, and seem to have no problems with any of it.

We, as a nation, will betray everyone. Just watch. This is just the beginning.

We might actually see Russia sign treaties with Japan and India, to try and hold China back. It's extreme, but with how Obama's regime is acting, nothing is off the table.

Afghanistan to me is looking more and more like a trial run, to see how people react. Everyone got pissed off, for about a week, but nobody got fired, there were no riots or demonstrations, and everyone just moved on, blindly following the media away from it.

So next, when China invades Taiwan, Biden will take some heat for doing nothing, and then a week later "Oh, China has always had a complete lock on microprocessors." Nobody will get fired, nobody will riot or demonstrate. At least not in the US.

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FireannDireach 7 points ago +7 / -0

Why do you think Biden had anything to do with this? He's a mumbling old dementia patient. The puppet masters did this - and they're gonna do a lot more like this.

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FireannDireach 32 points ago +32 / -0

Japan knows they're on their own now. They know Obama won't honor the treaties we have with them. Afghanistan was a preview of the invasion of Taiwan - and Japan knows they're next in line after that.

The world as we fundamentally knew it is going to change, significantly.

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FireannDireach 1 point ago +1 / -0

Should they have choices? Yes.

The choices they make? Not my problem.

This thread belongs on 4chan, anyway. Millions of women don't act like this, and make shit choices like this, and plan for kids with their husbands and make it work.

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FireannDireach 4 points ago +4 / -0

If they're not already. Things like Apple Pay could very easily track their users, and they could bury the permissions to share the data in the TOS and EULA.

(I laughed at Apple when they offered me a "low" interest rate of 19%, with my excellent credit and income, for their Apple Card. Fuck you, Tim. (It's also issued by Goldman Sachs, fuck that noise.))

Your CC companies may already share your spending data, not only to the Fed, but to the highest bidder. I'm told by friends who work in banking, the Patriot Act and other Federal laws surrounding "terrorism" have given the Feds a lot of tools to look into your finances. I see this new bullshit as just tightening the noose, not introducing a new one.

And, it's probably part of the steps towards an official digital currency, which will be tracked.

We live in a surveillance state. Expect a lot more like this. The sky is the limit with Obama's team running things.

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FireannDireach 1 point ago +1 / -0

This has nothing to do with women entering the workplace. It has to do with stupid women making stupid choices, like this one.

And yes, there's a lot of them. But it's their choices, not them getting jobs.

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FireannDireach 1 point ago +1 / -0

I don't disagree. Weight loss can be challenging, but with effort, willpower, and breaking habits, it can get done. But there's umpteen reasons why people fail.

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FireannDireach 1 point ago +1 / -0

You don't swim to burn off what's in your gut or liver. You swim to boost your metabolism AND make your liver convert stored fat. You don't get on the treadmill for an hour to "burn off one cookie", you get on the treadmill so your whole body is healthier and more efficient. Then you eat less calories than you need to just exist for one day, and your body will burn stored fat after converting it to glycogen in your liver.

The swimming is stoking the furnace. The real burn is done by the liver.

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FireannDireach 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thyroid issues are somewhat rare, but easy to test for, and treat.

It's 100% abused by fatties, like all of the myths they spout, like "I don't eat that much!", or "It's muh genetics!" or "It's muh sugars".

It's nonsense. When they spout off about "muh thyroid", ask them what tests they've had done, what their management plan. is for the future, and what meds/surgery have they had, or going to have.

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FireannDireach 1 point ago +1 / -0

Pot roast isn't that calorically dense, so eating nothing but pot roast for two days would be fine, if your goal is around 1500 calories for weight loss. Now, if you make it with a thick, flour based gravy, and throw in potatoes, then you have an issue.

Dietary fat =/= body fat. That's an incredibly dumb myth that needs to die already.

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