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I'm generally against government interfering in private business, except in order to preserve liberty and protect our constitutional rights. One of the main responsibilities of the federal government is to protect liberty. The constitution allows government to interfere with private business when that business' practices are unconstitutional, as is the case with big tech censoring conservative views but not liberal views. The 1st amendment should be applied equally to everyone and the government has a responsibility to make sure that happens.
Before the election, I posted a video compilation on facebook of Biden touching little girls inappropriately. Every lib that responded to it was like, "Wow, that looks really bad but it cant be that bad because the MSM hasn't covered it." They don't even believe their own eyes.
I'm with you. 81% of black people want police to spend the same amount of time or more time in their neighborhoods, and black people are even more likely than white people to say they want police to spend more time in their neighborhoods (https://news.gallup.com/poll/316571/black-americans-police-retain-local-presence.aspx). Democratic politicians and the media push the narrative that black people hate the police, but it's just a tactic to keep us divided. The media and Democrats are the enemy, not black people.
Kamala probably pushed him down the stairs.