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  1. They knew what they were doing when they stole the election. They also knew that they control the powers that could expose it, and they have no plans on relinquishing power ever again. There will never be a fair process that will allow Republicans to take back power...unless it's to RINO'S that will basically do the same thing as Dems. They went all in the last time, and from this point forward...what they do or how they are seen means little to nothing.
  2. Better to be canceled by the loser left than the right when it comes to stuff like this. Their pockets will suffer till their careers are over...which will now accelerate because they went woke. Everything woke turns to shit...always remember
  3. Looks like the climate crisis isn't really a "crisis" after all. Another con used to push the agenda of globalists looking to enslave us more than we already are
  4. That's fine, but what he have here is IRS data vs "what some economists are saying the rise is being driven by". Income data published by the IRS clearly show that on average all income brackets benefited substantially from the Republicans’ tax reform law, with the biggest beneficiaries being working and middle-income filers, not the top 1 percent, as so many Democrats have argued. A careful analysis of the IRS tax data, one that includes the effects of tax credits and other reforms to the tax code, shows that filers with an adjusted gross income (AGI) of $15,000 to $50,000 enjoyed an average tax cut of 16 percent to 26 percent in 2018, the first year Republicans’ Tax Cuts and Jobs Act went into effect and the most recent year for which data is available. Filers who earned $50,000 to $100,000 received a tax break of about 15 percent to 17 percent, and those earning $100,000 to $500,000 in adjusted gross income saw their personal income taxes cut by around 11 percent to 13 percent. By comparison, no income group with an AGI of at least $500,000 received an average tax cut exceeding 9 percent, and the average tax cut for brackets starting at $1 million was less than 6 percent. (For more detailed data, see my table published here.) That means most middle-income and working-class earners enjoyed a tax cut that was at least double the size of tax cuts received by households earning $1 million or more. What’s more, IRS data shows earners in higher income brackets contributed a bigger slice of the total income tax revenue pie following the passage of the tax reform law than they had in the previous year. In fact, every income bracket with filers earning $200,000 or more increased its tax burden in 2018 compared to 2017, and every income bracket with a top limit lower than $200,000 paid a smaller proportion of the total personal tax revenue collected. That means that Republicans’ tax reform law resulted in the tax code becoming slightly more progressive — the exact opposite of what Democrats have claimed over the past four years. The IRS data further shows that the tax reform law — which included a variety of business tax cuts, including a large reduction in the corporate income tax rate — spurred economic mobility. Every income bracket with a top level lower than $25,000 experienced a reduction in its number of filers, and every income bracket above $25,000 increased in size, with the biggest gains occurring in the brackets with a floor of at least $100,000. Hospitals in underserved communities face huge cuts in reckless '... Pfizer CEO says vaccine data for those under 5 could be available by... The fact is, Republicans’ 2017 tax reform law did exactly what was promised: It lowered taxes for all income groups, provided the greatest benefits for middle-income households, and spurred economic growth that helped reduce poverty and improve prosperity. It would be a grave mistake for Democrats to eliminate key parts of this important legislation.
  5. You can say that these shots weren't touted as something that would stop transmission, but you would be wrong by making such a statement. Joe Biden himself...when promoting the shot, is on video proclaiming that you won't get covid if you get the shot, full stop. The media and the manufacturers of the shots were also very disingenuous and we now know their original claims of 95% efficacy were not anywhere near truthful. This entire thing was a planned operation where fear was drummed up and promoted to usher in what they want to be the Great Reset of the world. You can debate the sinisterness of the plan and what's in that agenda, but it is definitely a thing, and all the major countries are part of it. To believe otherwise is being completely blind or cognitive dissonance
  6. This Foster character should disqualify himself from pretty much any topic in this forum because he's really bad at posting
  7. The science supports the variants and mutations coming from "leaky" vaccines. The governments all around the world know this I'll let you figure out the rest of the equation
  8. You said you had "credible evidence" I posted a timeline that shoots down any Trump/Epstein connection, and you respond about the years 1987-2003...before the timeline. Which would lead me to then ask whether the "evidence" you claim is from that time, or are you simply trying to throw us off the trail of your claims that we still haven't heard anything about? I think we know the answer here, and it's the same as usual with you You got NADA
  9. The piece seemed cherry picked I'll leave it at that
  10. There's also the data that blacks remain the most vaccine hesitant population, and they mainly reside in Dem strongholds, so there goes that myth. And the are hesitant because of people like Kamala saying they didn't trust the vaccine
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