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randomusename 2 points ago +2 / -0

The Rock is just huge to start with tho. I was near the guy once and he towered over me. I don't think he is extra built for his frame. 6' 5" and 260lbs isn't crazy, its the shreaded all year part is the impossible part tho.

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randomusename 12 points ago +12 / -0

Remember when the press freaked out saying 'something somtheing Trump doesnt respect the Constitution' Where is their indignation today?

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randomusename 2 points ago +2 / -0

The FBI had Hunters laptop in 2019 and hid it. Biden would not have made it out of the primary if they actually looked at it

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randomusename 1 point ago +1 / -0

Bernie was loved by his people in 2016. They locked his supporters out of the convention, installed white noise generators to drown out the ones that got in. And Bernie ignored it all, showed up with his black eye and called for an end to the roll call vote and endorsed HRC.

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randomusename 2 points ago +2 / -0

He fucked Ye good, destroyed Ye, used Ye to try and damage Trump, now is getting out before the final bill hits Ye. Once a faggot, always a faggot.

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randomusename 8 points ago +8 / -0

posted this elsewhere, but in 2020 Justice Roberts told the courts to say out of elections and to defer to pollitically accountable local elected officials, which is bullshit because they are accountable to no one when elections are rigged

Roberts told the court to stay out of election issues.

vox https://www.vox.com/2020/8/13/21365122/supreme-court-voting-rights-republican-national-committee-common-cause-john-roberts

The Supreme Court just rejected a Republican effort to make it harder to vote

For better and for worse, the Court tends to defer to state officials in pandemic-related cases.

Roberts’s Covid-related opinions emphasize that courts should defer to “the politically accountable officials of the States” when those officials announce public health policies related to the pandemic. The Court’s decision in Republican National Committee, which turns on the fact that Rhode Island’s election officials agree with the plaintiffs, is consistent with Roberts’s prior calls for deference to state officials. Roberts’s deference to state officials often cuts against voting rights

Just last month, in Merrill v. People First of Alabama, the Supreme Court blocked a lower court order halting an Alabama witness requirement that is quite similar to the one in Rhode Island. That decision was 5-4, with all five Republicans voting in the majority, including Roberts.

The primary difference between Merrill and Republican National Committee, however, is that state officials supported the plaintiffs in the later case, while Alabama state officials chose to defend their absentee ballot rules in court. “Unlike Merrill v. People First of Alabama, and other similar cases where a State defends its own law,” the Court’s order in Republican National Committee explains, “here the state election officials support the challenged decree, and no state official has expressed opposition.”

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randomusename -2 points ago +2 / -4

I didn't see the show, but everything says he wasn't 1/2 as articulate as your comment. Everything says he was saying more or less 'the jews are doing this to me, and don't forget about all the good hitler did'

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randomusename 1 point ago +1 / -0

Those wind turbines are water cooled and they discharge water at significantly higher temperatures warming the areas around them negatively effecting the enviornment

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randomusename 1 point ago +1 / -0

it is but its not changing until the republicans get better than the democrats are at it. Kemp in GA is pretty good at it tho.

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randomusename 2 points ago +2 / -0

Give it a shot!

https://registertovote.sos.ga.gov/GAOLVR/welcometoga.do#no-back-button

Welcome to the State of Georgia’s Online Voter Registration System To use the Online Voter Registration System you must have a valid driver’s license or identification card issued by GA Department of Driver Services (DDS) with signature on file with DDS. If you do not have a valid driver’s license or identification card, the link below will allow you to manually submit a paper registration.

You may use this system to (1) Register to vote in Georgia or (2) change your name and/or address on your current registration record.

Registration Instructions:

Fill in all of the required fields on the application which are identified with a leading asterisk ' * ' You are not officially registered to vote until this application is approved. You should receive an acknowledgment within two to four weeks after submitting or mailing your registration. Please contact your local county registration office if you have not received any information from them by then. WARNING: Any person who registers to vote knowing that such person does not possess the qualifications required by law, who registers under any name other than such person's own name, or who knowingly gives false information in registering shall be guilty of a felony. O.C.G.A. § 21-2-561.

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randomusename 1 point ago +1 / -0

Fucking walk those crowds right into the nearest early voting location!!!! He better be holding these events outside of early voting spots to make it easy

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randomusename 1 point ago +2 / -1

power it off and bring a faraday cage/bag.

Simple as a foil lined bag that pepperridge farms cookies come in. Put your phone in it and try to call or text it to test.

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randomusename 0 points ago +13 / -13

Milo already came in your mouth, you can stop sucking his dick and pushing his shit.

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randomusename 4 points ago +4 / -0

posted this elsewhere, but in 2020 Justice Roberts told the courts to say out of elections and to defer to pollitically accountable local elected officials, which is bullshit because they are accountable to no one when elections are rigged

Roberts told the court to stay out of election issues.

vox https://www.vox.com/2020/8/13/21365122/supreme-court-voting-rights-republican-national-committee-common-cause-john-roberts

The Supreme Court just rejected a Republican effort to make it harder to vote

For better and for worse, the Court tends to defer to state officials in pandemic-related cases.

Roberts’s Covid-related opinions emphasize that courts should defer to “the politically accountable officials of the States” when those officials announce public health policies related to the pandemic. The Court’s decision in Republican National Committee, which turns on the fact that Rhode Island’s election officials agree with the plaintiffs, is consistent with Roberts’s prior calls for deference to state officials. Roberts’s deference to state officials often cuts against voting rights

Just last month, in Merrill v. People First of Alabama, the Supreme Court blocked a lower court order halting an Alabama witness requirement that is quite similar to the one in Rhode Island. That decision was 5-4, with all five Republicans voting in the majority, including Roberts.

The primary difference between Merrill and Republican National Committee, however, is that state officials supported the plaintiffs in the later case, while Alabama state officials chose to defend their absentee ballot rules in court. “Unlike Merrill v. People First of Alabama, and other similar cases where a State defends its own law,” the Court’s order in Republican National Committee explains, “here the state election officials support the challenged decree, and no state official has expressed opposition.”

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randomusename 3 points ago +3 / -0

1/2 down this article goes into it- https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/donald-trump/story-trumps-explosive-dinner-ye-nick-fuentes-rcna59010

Yiannopoulos, a former Breitbart editor who was banned from Twitter in 2016 for inciting a racist campaign against the comedian Leslie Jones, told NBC News that he was “the architect” of the plan to have Fuentes travel with Ye in the hopes of slipping him into the dinner with Trump

Theres more from Milo in the article

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