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  1. You mean the fault of Joe Biden. Nice attempt to move the goal posts. Very MAGAT of you.
  2. I really can't fathom why you keep implying I'm a Biden supporter. Oh yeah, duh, because that doesn't fit your fucking narrative. Just because I don't vilify him every time he sneezes doesn't mean I love the guy. I voted for him over Trump, just like I voted for Trump over Hillary. I call him out on his mistakes and laugh my ass off at your feeble attempts to try and White Knight me with the guy. I used to think you were smarter. I guess I was wrong
  3. I never said Afghanistan was a success. I said it was a mess, tbh, and not handled well but at the end of the day, we got out of a fiscally disastrous war that had no end game. Like I said the other day, welcome to MAGAville.
  4. Holy shit, what a bunch of whiny little bitches. Just curious, is there anyone one crying about Vaccines that's NOT a Trump support now or at any time in the last 6 years??
  5. I know. My point is, screw them. Let them die if they refuse to protect themselves
  6. Afghanistan lol. Turns out that was just another Right Wing false flag - or have you not been keeping up with more people being allowed to leave without issue the last few weeks? Red herring, bro. You guys are running out. Biden needs to trip over another stairway so your side has something else to cry about. As for comparisons, a border that's normally pretty porous no matter what the media says vs 35,000 lies, intentionally dividing the American people, fracturing our relationship with our allies and oh, casting doubt on the American electoral process by perpetrating the biggest lie of all which resulted in an attack on the US Capital and the Democratic Process.
  7. It wasn't for the unvaxxed when I went to Verizon yesterday to get my daughter new Ear Buds. It was for everyone
  8. Sorry, this is anti-stolen election. Trump just happens to be the guy keeping the Big Lie going
  9. Buffalo Bills 35, Miami Dolphins 0 Easy day for Allen. Despite a blowout 35-0 score, it was a relatively pedestrian day for Bills quarterback Josh Allen. A dominant Buffalo defense and a running game that averaged 4.8 yards per carry did a lot of the heavy lifting. Still, Allen managed to flash his unorthodox style in a positive way. Remember the longtime adage that quarterbacks should never throw across the field? Allen apparently doesn't, but his violation of that rule resulted in a big touchdown throw to Stefon Diggs. After rolling right and finding nothing, he threw back left into the end zone for a score to Diggs, who had fallen down on the play and got up to find an open space in the end zone. Allen is always going be Allen, and golden rules aside, it's going to work more often than not. Pass pro woes. Given the way he was protected, it shouldn't be surprising that Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa got knocked out of the game. Things up front were such a mess for Miami, as it not only gave up sacks but allowed the Bills to rush completely unblocked at times. Tagovailoa was sacked on two of his first three snaps, and on the play he was injured, the Bills' A.J. Epenesa blew past RT Jesse Davis. It wasn't any better for backup Jacoby Brissett. Buffalo tallied six sacks, including a pair for rookie Gregory Rousseau, and 11 QB hurries. Wake-up call. For the most part, the Dolphins sleep-walked through the first quarter. Beyond the problems on the offensive line, the defense couldn't even lay a hand on Bills RB Devin Singletary on a 46-yard TD run up the middle. On special teams, the punt unit gave up a 20-yard return to Isaiah McKenzie that helped set up a touchdown. By quarter's end, Miami found itself down 14-0 -- too much of a deficit to ask of a backup quarterback in Brissett. If the Dolphins hope to improve to 2-1 next week, they'll have to do a better job of getting off the bus. Next Gen stat of the game: Bills RB Devin Singletary reached a speed of 20.29 mph on his 46-yard TD run. NFL Research: Josh Allen became just the second Buffalo Bills QB to amass 10,000 career passing yards in his 45th career start. Jim Kelly did so as well.
  10. As a sparse crowd gathered in Washington D.C., to support the January 6 Capitol rioters on Saturday, Representative Ted Lieu said the "Justice for J6" rally's poor attendance shows that former President Donald Trump's influence on the Republican Party is finally waning. "The very small crowd size at the #JusticeforJ6 traitorous rally shows the waning influence of the former President," the California Democrat tweeted. The "Justice for J6" rally concluded Saturday afternoon without any known major instances of violence. Due to concerns of such possible threats, authorities ensured a hefty police presence at the rally, which was attended by 400 to 450 protesters in support of those who were charged in connection with the Capitol riot earlier this year, according to Capitol Police. One man allegedly wielding a handgun was detained at the rally around 1:30 p.m. and charged with unlawful activities, reported Capitol Police. "At this time, it is not clear why the man was at the demonstration," authorities said. Another man was arrested on a weapons violation for carrying a knife around 12:40 p.m., before the rally kicked off. Earlier this week, event organizer Matt Braynard, a former Trump campaign staffer, told Newsweek that the rally would "100 percent" be peaceful and only aims to show support for the nonviolent Trump supporters who were arrested and charged in connection to the January 6 insurrection. "We favor lawful prosecution and speedy trials for anyone who did commit violence on January 6 and condemn their actions," Braynard said. "We are cooperating completely with multiple different police forces to ensure that everyone is safe. Anyone with the intent of committing violence has no business at our rally." The low attendance at the "Justice for J6" rally did not come as a surprise. According to NBC News, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) predicted that roughly 700 people would attend the rally. Far-right figures had actively discouraged their supporters from showing up with baseless warnings that the federal government set up the rally to catch and arrest further Trump supporters. The "false flag" conspiracy theory, which spread on right-wing social media platforms, likely contributed to the rally's lackluster attendance. Trump called the rally "a setup" in an interview with The Federalist on Thursday. "If people don't show up they'll say, 'Oh, it's a lack of spirit.' And if people do show up they'll be harassed," the former president said.
  11. Hey, that's one of my favorite bands! Dude, while Mustaine's motivation is probably more politically motivated, I don't disagree with him about the stupidity of forcing people into masks who have taken steps, ie got the damn shots, to protect themselves. 1, clothe masks - which is what most, almost every person is wearing are useless. Easily demonstratable by the fact that damn near everyone one had one on before the vaccines and the numbers never slowed down. 2, I'm a big boxing fan and the #1 rule is always defend yourself. Many fights - including a Floyd Weatherspoon fight ended because the opponent dropped their guard. It's a good rule for life. If people choose to let their politics determine their health choices then they deserve to get knocked the fuck out, too.
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