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noneone 2 points ago +2 / -0

He's a racist. The GOP in SC don't want our votes.

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noneone 1 point ago +1 / -0

No the change in language is to deperson us to enable police, military and family members to see us as others (eg "they call themselves purebloods, they're crazy, they're terrorists, shun them" - "its ok to destroy their lives" etc). I was pointing out that this new term arose and was promoted unnaturally by the msm (Vice). At any rate I can't tell if you're being willfully obtuse or not, but I have no more time for your baboonery.

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noneone 1 point ago +1 / -0

You are right calling ourselves "purebloods" sounds normal and natural and not at all like something to divide us from people fooled by the media into getting the vax.

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noneone 0 points ago +1 / -1

Creating the environment to round us up begins with the language used to unperson us. Weak minded people are swayed by "we're better than them we have a cool nickname we gave ourselves."

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noneone 1 point ago +1 / -0

I still wonder why that guy has 4 clamshell fast food plates. Who is providing that? Also why during such an awful pandemic that we MUST violate constitutional rights are we allowing anyone to cross our borders? It is all bullshit.

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noneone -4 points ago +3 / -7

This "trend" is a think-tanked plan to divide us from the rest of America. They always use language to divide us. We are Americans. They can take their Harry Potter larp and shove it up their ass. We are Americans.

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noneone 3 points ago +3 / -0

I wonder if Bain Capital tore it to shreds so Romney could reach another decimal place at the bank? Or did they miss out this time?

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noneone 9 points ago +24 / -15

No it is not! This word is designed (probably by a think tank) to alienate us from everyone else and make us seem like supremacists. Don't fall for it. We are Americans!

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noneone 3 points ago +3 / -0

Finally! This is how all republicans should sound! And back it up with action!

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noneone 1 point ago +1 / -0

You're right that it will probably be stopped but only after more Americans have their livelihoods ruined. What you fail to realize is this is just the push some companies need to require vaccines and fire people. American lives are being destroyed on a daily basis by this irrational insanity, and it is happening slowly one person at a time.

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noneone 1 point ago +1 / -0

Don't you love how a court ruled that President Trump had to leave negative comments up to preserve the right of the people to speak to our government, but Biden is allowed to turn off comments. They are cowards and afraid, because they know they can't defend themselves in a fair debate.

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noneone 1 point ago +1 / -0

No, this is a pandemic of the irrational.

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noneone 0 points ago +2 / -2

Bullshit! Trump is not considered the leader of the republican Party by the republican party. McConnell is still senate minority leader. Kevin McCarthy is still in charge of the house gop. Both have made Trump's back a pin cushion. I have no loyalty to the gop and if nothing changes they will not get my vote.

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noneone 3 points ago +3 / -0

I cannot support any senate republicans while he is still in charge (minority leader). Republicans need to come out in opposition to his minority leader status.

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noneone 1 point ago +1 / -0

Bullshit. She's playing the libertarian fence sitting game of protecting businesses at the expense of individual rights. She should be commended for her response last year, but she's letting ALL of her voters hang out to dry right now. There is no excuse for opposing vaccine mandates for private companies. The company store does not have the right to force medical procedures; if we lose that right we lose all of our rights.

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noneone 6 points ago +6 / -0

It's a reference to the "Penn and Teller" tv show "Bullshit" the episode titled "Numbers". Also, be less of a prick.

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noneone 42 points ago +42 / -0

Fuck you Frank Luntz.

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noneone 3 points ago +3 / -0

I bet this is what is going on. https://thecoloradoherald.com/2021/mercy-hospital-nurse-lies-about-icu-bed-shortage-to-further-covid-19-propaganda-for-masks-in-schools/

"Fake ICU shortages and facilities and states lying about their hospital bed availability is nothing new; we caught several states lying about hospital beds throughout the COVID-19 scandal.

California’s policy, not easily found or understood, states that as COVID-19 cases “surge,” the state will lessen the number of ICU beds in hospital censuses. There’s no real explanation of why that policy exists, and not one major media source has questioned this nonsensical process."

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