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TheThreeSeashells 1 point ago +2 / -1

When I heard how the Left was essentially kicked in the groin across the country on Tuesday, I warned everyone that some sort of moronic retaliation would be coming. The other reply was right that this was in the works for months. However, I think they knew they'd take a beating on Election Day and the timing of this announcement was also planned well in advance. There's not one move that has been made by this illegal regime that has been anything but punitive.

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TheThreeSeashells 2 points ago +3 / -1

I understand why some people ask the question about family and a mortgage and all of those questions. However, they also have to consider that it's also difficult to care for your family if you become severely disabled and impossible if you die, which is all too often the result of the death jabs. At the very least you'll become immunodeficient for life, so being sick all the time also makes it difficult to take care of a family.

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TheThreeSeashells 1 point ago +2 / -1

It's not obvious already? The moron middle-of-the-roadists will just continue on with their heads buried in the sand watching child porn passed off as "family entertainment" on Netflix, ignorant of what's going on around them and not even wondering why their previously perfectly healthy friend just had a triple-stroke that hit them out of the blue at age 29.

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TheThreeSeashells 2 points ago +2 / -0

Depends on who you "charge." You're assuming a fight against government when taking out the lower level minions without the resources to defend themselves would work even better.

Think about it: If all of the people in big businesses who are enforcing these illegal mandates for one reason or another realized it's a lot more dangerous (from a personal standpoint) to comply rather than to defy them, this bullshit would end immediately.

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TheThreeSeashells 2 points ago +2 / -0

They know it's illegal which is why they simply keep moving the deadline. The goal is to slowly get employers to simply announce THEY'RE going to institute mandates of their own, like Southwest and UPS, among others. This way instead of concentrating lawsuits against one entity, they spread them out all over the place.

When they get one illegal federal mandate thrown out, the whole thing collapses. It's much harder to fight when there's hundreds of potential lawsuits spread across the country.

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TheThreeSeashells 1 point ago +1 / -0

Guess they didn't hear about the bill that will make this illegal.

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TheThreeSeashells 1 point ago +1 / -0

Either that or Durr beat him by a lot more than the cheating could cover.

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TheThreeSeashells 1 point ago +2 / -1

It's no better in Lexington. There are no independent doctor offices and the two largest practices have been sending out emails specifically telling people they won't prescribe Ivermectin. Most of the patriots have either already got their supply of Ivermectin or just rode it out.

Regarding the latter, it was easy for some, a little rougher for others, but basically it was just about "bad cold" level and everyone I knew survived on just rest and OTC meds. Now they've all got the antibodies. I see this is a four day old post, so I'm hoping you're either over or just about over the worst by now.

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TheThreeSeashells 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's short on the map, but Nassau is in actuality a LONG way from Brooklyn.

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TheThreeSeashells 1 point ago +1 / -0

Suffolk County more than Nassau. Even then, Suffolk teeters back and forth. It used to be a lot stronger conservative area until it overdeveloped and encouraged assholes from the city to move out and bring their moronic voting patterns and crime rates with them.

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TheThreeSeashells 1 point ago +1 / -0

Actually, that would be a disaster. Look at all the areas around the train stations on the LIRR main line. It's essentially a list of places you wouldn't want to live. It's mostly shit moving out from the city and bringing their stupid politics and high crime rate with them.

Personally, they need fewer stations and to erect a wall at the Nassau/Queens border stating, "Sorry assholes. Island's full. Turn around and go back from whence you came."

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TheThreeSeashells 2 points ago +2 / -0

Republicans winning in Hempstead is a surprise. That shithole area (along with Uniondale) is one of the primary reasons Nassau usually goes blue in state elections.

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TheThreeSeashells 2 points ago +2 / -0

All electronic voting, too. If you can't get your ballots counted by midnight, they shouldn't get counted. Period. (Of course we know they'll never pass a law that interferes with their ability to cheat.)

Also, the Republicans have to learn to play the games better and start dragging their feet with the results in their districts. Same thing every time: The only districts that have "problems" counting votes are Leftist districts who are just waiting around to see how many fake votes they need to steal the election. Don't give them that chance. Hold back the votes until those Leftist areas are done. Then release the count. I don't care if it's several days. Just keep waiting.

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TheThreeSeashells 1 point ago +1 / -0

They've successfully and blatantly stolen major elections for the last four years (before that they tried harder to hide it.) Why is anyone surprised. Makes you think the Republican in Virginia won by a lot more than the results make it seem.

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TheThreeSeashells 1 point ago +1 / -0

Also not much of a surprise, but there were two state house seats and one state senate seat up for election in KY (special elections) and the Republicans demolished the Democrats. Results so decisive (one got 78% of the vote, another 74% and another got 72%) they would have crashed any Dominion machines that tried to mess with them.

The one that only "managed" 72% is a district that contains a small part of Lexington where he just about split the vote. Otherwise he would likely have hit 80%.

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TheThreeSeashells 3 points ago +3 / -0

Just think though...if he had simply raped a student, he never would have been fired in the first place.

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TheThreeSeashells 3 points ago +3 / -0

We need Republican poll watchers who aren't going to simply leave because they're asked to leave. That's been a huge part of the problem. I said last year that all it would have taken from any of the poll watchers who were being kicked out was one post to this forum and they would have had an army at their disposal to prevent it. Instead they just quietly complied. That has to end.

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TheThreeSeashells 4 points ago +4 / -0

It served a nice double-purpose by also drowning out Alex Rodriguez's inane ramblings.

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TheThreeSeashells 2 points ago +2 / -0

Bingo. It's amazing how many people think they need to develop an app for their business that simply mimics their website. They would rather waste a bunch of money for a redundant product because it sounds "cool" to say, "download our app." I've had to talk a few people out of making this very mistake. Usually I just bring their site up on a phone and say, "See...it works and looks great on a phone. Tell me again why you think you need an app? Is it because you want to be at the mercy of Apple and Google whether they decide to continue allowing you to offer the app?"

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TheThreeSeashells 5 points ago +6 / -1

Because the people surrounding President Trump who have been passing him bad advice are likely constantly bombarding him with the false notion that Gab is a platform for anti-Semites. Wouldn't be surprised if his moron daughter Ivanka is leading that group.

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TheThreeSeashells 3 points ago +3 / -0

Now he gets to reap the Positive Results of his conviction and decisions.

Funny how that works, huh? If you just act honestly, fairly, and respect people's personal freedoms while doing the right thing, you'll succeed. It's pathetic so few politicians can do this despite the fact that it's so simple and easy. Think about that latter point: How many times do you hear a politician say, "This was a difficult decision..." followed by something good? Never. What makes it "difficult" is figuring out how to cover up how a bad decision is really designed to benefit them.

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TheThreeSeashells 1 point ago +1 / -0

If the administration thinks that they are going to get the Corps of Cadets and the Ag frat boys to stop chanting “Let’s Go Brandon” because it’s pissing off the women’s studies majors, then they might as well cancel the rest of the football season because it’s not going to happen.

You can't stop thousands of people from chanting whatever the hell they want. That toothpaste is already out of the tube. Once the FBJ chants started becoming a "thing" it was never going to stop.

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TheThreeSeashells 2 points ago +2 / -0

Baseball fucked all that up for many.

If the political bullshit they did to destroy their sport wasn't enough, think about the fact that MLB hasn't had a legitimate World Series champion since 2016.

2017: Astros cheated.

2018: Red Sox cheated.

2019: Astros cheated to get to World Series thereby causing the entire World Series to be illegitimate.

2020: No actual season or postseason. Just a phony exhibition.

2021: Since the Astros or Red Sox were never actually penalized for cheating, both of those teams were allowed to enter postseason play (each should have been disqualified from postseason play for at least five seasons) and one will participate in the World Series, therefore disqualifying the entire Series again. Since they were never penalized for cheating, it's safe to assume they've continued cheating, particularly since it's most of the same personnel.

Imagine having a sport where you haven't had a legitimate champion in five consecutive seasons and being OK with it. Fuck off Manfred and fuck off MLB.

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