randomusename 2 points ago +2 / -0

Blank template version https://patriots.win/p/12j0RAxH05/

do your own.

Edit: did a straight sign template so its easier to add text- https://patriots.win/p/12j0RAxHGd/

randomusename 2 points ago +3 / -1

Winner winner, fried chicken collard greens & watermelon diner!

randomusename 20 points ago +20 / -0

Tell them you have a disability that prevents you from getting the vax. According to the ADA they can't ask much more, and they have to make a reasonable accommodation for it which could be wearing a mask at work, or working from home. You may have to get your Dr on board, but should be easy with so many conditions where the possibility of blood clots could be an issue.

randomusename 1 point ago +1 / -0

Here is a reasonable copy of it, slightly different fonts, not sure what the original used, if you want to try it - https://ibb.co/JF5Dxzk spell check it first lol

Someone else said they used https://24hourwristbands.com/ for signs.

Thinking of ordering one and replacing the Epstein line with a 'kids are not a covid risk group and dont need the vax' or similar.

randomusename 19 points ago +19 / -0

what fucking bullshit


Fires, Looting, Tear Gas: DC in Turmoil Following 3rd Night of Protests "Tearing up our beautiful city is not the way to bring attention to what is a righteous cause," D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser said.

randomusename 1 point ago +1 / -0

Sept 18, 2017 Hillary Clinton lays the ground work for overturning a Presidential Election where fraud is found-


But in an interview Monday with NPR's Terry Gross, Clinton raised that critique up a notch -- not only questioning the legitimacy of Trump's presidency but refusing to rule out the possibility of contesting the results if Russian collusion is proven by special counsel Bob Mueller.

randomusename 3 points ago +3 / -0


But $40 is a rip off for that sign. A local shop is $10 or less. You can also do custom yard signs at Staples for $20


randomusename 22 points ago +22 / -0

Checked and they are like $40 online the one place I just saw it. Call your local print shop and they can probably do it cheap. The one near me had yard signs like $6 each.

They just print on what looks like big computer printers these days.

randomusename 19 points ago +19 / -0

Came here to say the same exact. Admiral Stockdale blinking SOS in morose code while being forced to read propaganda is real.

This article is commie bullshit.

randomusename 1 point ago +1 / -0

Tell them you are leaving at a certain date so they can work towards that and you can look forward to it. Give them enough time to get ready, and you to get ready. Make it know, remind them, ask them what they are doing to be ready for it, then when that day comes leave. If they are that dependent on you they will go with, or they will stand on their own.

randomusename 11 points ago +12 / -1

Tucker threatened President Trump with bad press if he didn't change course on covid, then he gave Trump bad press. Fuck Tucker. Now and forever, Fuck Tucker.


While some of his colleagues have downplayed coronavirus fears, Tucker Carlson over the last few weeks has taken a much different approach. And that approach was on full display Monday night when Carlson seemed to call out both President Donald Trump and some of his colleagues on Fox News — without naming them specifically — for dismissing what he told viewers is a "very serious problem." "People you trust, people you probably voted for, have spent weeks minimizing what is clearly a very serious problem," Carlson said. "'It's just partisan politics,' they say. 'Calm down. In the end this was just like the flu and people die from that every year. Coronavirus will pass." Carlson said people who make such arguments may have good intentions, but they're wrong. "They may not know any better," Carlson said. "Maybe they're just not paying attention, or maybe they believe they're serving some higher cause by shading reality. ... And there's an election coming up. Best not to say anything that might help the other side. We get it. But they're wrong" Carlson called it a "major event," stressing, "It's definitely not just the flu."


Fox News Channel's Tucker Carlson says he felt a “moral obligation” to meet with President Donald Trump and warn him personally about the seriousness of the coronavirus pandemic. Carlson told Vanity Fair that “I didn't feel it was my role” but was convinced by his wife to meet with Trump at Mar-a-Lago on March 7. Two nights later on his Fox show, he issued a pointed warning to viewers to prepare for the coming storm.

randomusename 2 points ago +2 / -0

"I have a disability" After that under ADA no one can ask anything else, not your employer, anyone. If there is a vaccine mandate at work they will need to provide a reasonable accommodation, that might be wearing a mask, or work from home, but they can't argue with that shit.

Actually I do have something, high hemoglobin(red cell counts) that means a little thicker blood, and possibly more exposure to blood clots, so fuck that shit.

A close friend got blood clots in their lung from the vax, they are ok now, but it was serious shit.

randomusename 5 points ago +5 / -0

More: https://www.thestandard.com.hk/section-news/section/2/231048/Feihe-in-US$200m-buyback-as-shares-plunge

Shares of China Feihe once plunged 8.54 percent to an intraday low of HK$18.84 yesterday morning but after the company released its share repurchase plan at noon, the stock pared earlier losses to close 6.60 percent lower at HK$19.24.

This came after chairman Leng Youbin said he expected a steep drop in powdered milk sales in the coming one or two years, since many parents can not prepare for pregnancy within six months after getting the Covid-19 vaccination, according to mainland media reports.

randomusename 4 points ago +5 / -1

Wait, you guys are FBI too? If we are all fbi, who is the patsy then? Did someone forget to invite a patsy again?

randomusename 21 points ago +21 / -0

Try asking them who gave Epstein a sweet plea deal for some useless testimony against 2 hedge fund guys. Mueller even did a presser to announce the charges he was so pleased with himself.


randomusename 39 points ago +39 / -0


"San Diego looms large in the recorded history of 9/11, though not because it was the focal point of the plot. While preparing for the operation, the future hijackers had been dispersed around the country, in such places as New Jersey and Florida. The reason we know so much about the West Coast activities of the hijackers is largely because of Michael Jacobson, a burly former FBI lawyer and counterterrorism analyst who worked as an investigator for the Joint Inquiry. Reviewing files at FBI headquarters, he came across a stray reference to a bureau informant in San Diego who had known one of the hijackers. Intrigued, he decided to follow up in the San Diego field office. Bob Graham, the former chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, told me recently that Robert Mueller, then the FBI director (and now the special counsel investigating connections between Russia and the Trump campaign) made “the strongest objections” to Jacobson and his colleagues visiting San Diego.

Graham and his team defied Mueller’s efforts, and Jacobson flew west. There he discovered that his hunch was correct. The FBI files in California were replete with extraordinary and damning details, notably the hijackers’ close relationship with Omar al-Bayoumi, a Saudi living in San Diego with a no-show job at a local company with connections to the Saudi Ministry of Defense and Aviation.


Jacobson also found evidence, noted but seemingly ignored by the bureau, that Hazmi had worked for a San Diego businessman who had himself been the subject of an FBI counterterrorism investigation. Even more amazingly, the two hijackers had been close with an FBI informant, Abdussattar Shaikh. Hazmi had actually lived in his house after Mihdhar left town. Shaikh failed to mention his young Saudi friends’ last names in regular reports to his FBI case officer, or that they were taking flying lessons. Understandably, the investigators had a lot of questions for this man. Nevertheless, Mueller adamantly refused their demands to interview him, even when backed by a congressional subpoena, and removed Shaikh to an undisclosed location “for his own safety.” Today, Graham believes that Mueller was acting under orders from the White House.

randomusename 3 points ago +3 / -0

Is that this guy -> https://patriots.win/p/11SKPyKBT2/this-guy-ap-at-the-capitol-not-m/c/

He was directing people to go into the stands at the Capitol?

That guy was 100% an agent provocateur

Edit: nose looks close, but the guy with the bullhorn might have more hair.

randomusename 4 points ago +5 / -1

Stone. Bannon was asked as part of the mueller investigation, and said Stone was considered the wikileaks person on the campaign This article has it: https://www.pbs.org/newshour/politics/steve-bannon-says-roger-stone-was-trump-campaigns-link-to-wikileaks

“The campaign had no official access to WikiLeaks or to Julian Assange,” Bannon told the court. “But Roger would be considered if we needed an access point.”

Personally my thoughts, Assange was on CNN/Anderson Cooper saying they had more leaks they would dump in October when they would have more impact. Roger had no more info than that, and the charges against him were bullshit, and what Bannon said wasn't much of anything.

randomusename 8 points ago +8 / -0

Stone is mad that he was pretending to have an inside channel at wikileaks, and Bannon pretty much said thats how Stone was representing himself, leading to the fake charges against Stone, which were bullshit anyway because wikileaks is a news org and Assange should be free.

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