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    Re: Startling threats and violence against GOP voters: Part of a pattern?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cardinal View Post
    "According to reports, and a video posted on social media, two protesters tore up placards and ripped down signage."

    Huh. That's some pretty French Revolution Reign of Terror **** right there.

    Wake me when the left starts killing people like right wing extremists are doing. Yes, right wing extremists are responsible for the majority of domestic terrorism right now. But, like, go protect your yard sign or whatever.
    That's funny.

    Well, except the domestic terrorism part.

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    Re: Startling threats and violence against GOP voters: Part of a pattern?

    Quote Originally Posted by Robertinfremont View Post
    Alert to all posters
    Quote Originally Posted by Robertinfremont View Post
    No, ALERT.

    What the hell. Is Bobby in the well?

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    Re: Startling threats and violence against GOP voters: Part of a pattern?

    Quote Originally Posted by ecofarm View Post
    What the hell. Is Bobby in the well?
    You will be pleased you can read your hero in the basement.

    If you admire filth, there you can view one sided Filth. Hint, not from me.

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    Re: Startling threats and violence against GOP voters: Part of a pattern?

    Quote Originally Posted by less right View Post
    Still not seeing the connection. Are you sure you responded to the right post?
    Yes, without a doubt.
    What kind of a man is a man who has not left this world a better place?

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    Re: Startling threats and violence against GOP voters: Part of a pattern?

    Quote Originally Posted by RaleBulgarian View Post
    And now you wholeheartedly support the most prolific liar ever to occupy the Oval Office.
    That would still be Andy Jackson, who's hate of indigenous Americans knew no equal. Tho there were more than a few liars in the Whitehouse, that came close. Including one who claimed he didn't have sex with that girl, until he married her in the Whitehouse. She had just turned 17, and had been his mistress for at least 3 years. The only marriage of a sitting president in the Whitehouse.

    History is a bitch.
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    Re: Startling threats and violence against GOP voters: Part of a pattern?

    Quote Originally Posted by OldFatGuy View Post
    Yes, without a doubt.
    'Splain it to me OldFatGuy, how does this (Post #80)....
    Quote Originally Posted by Irwin Corey View Post
    "I" think (OK, hope) IF he's defeated THIS fall, even if he refuses to peaceably hand over power, the Victor WILL be sworn in. Once we have a new President the Secret Service and Federal Martials will remove him from the White House.

    If he's not defeated this fall ... all bets are off from there on in.
    Serve as an example of this...?
    Quote Originally Posted by joko104 View Post
    There aremessages on this forum by Democrats openly declaring they want all Republicans/conservatives/Trump supporters killed in mass.

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    Re: Startling threats and violence against GOP voters: Part of a pattern?

    Quote Originally Posted by less right View Post
    'Splain it to me OldFatGuy, how does this (Post #80)....

    Serve as an example of this...?
    "all bets are off from there on in."
    What kind of a man is a man who has not left this world a better place?

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    Re: Startling threats and violence against GOP voters: Part of a pattern?

    Quote Originally Posted by OldFatGuy View Post
    "all bets are off from there on in."
    That's quite a s------t------r-------e-------t-------c------h. But thanks.

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    Re: Startling threats and violence against GOP voters: Part of a pattern?

    Quote Originally Posted by Robertinfremont View Post
    No, ALERT. I spoke of not lower courts,. but the SCOTUS vs States rights.
    Pathetic lie.

    I quoted your exact words. Your post was crystal clear in it's amazingly ignorant message, “where/when did SCOTUS rule that states cannot reject SCOTUS’ rulings”.

    Here’s a link to the conversation; Should Every State In The USA Be At Least As Gun Friendly As West Virginia?
    Start at post #28
    "What he did was not 'perfect.' No, it was a flagrant assault on our electoral rights, our national security interests, and our fundamental values. Corrupting an election to keep oneself in office is perhaps the most abusive and destructive violation of one's oath of office that I can imagine," Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT)

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    Re: Startling threats and violence against GOP voters: Part of a pattern?

    Quote Originally Posted by Robertinfremont View Post
    I reject his enemies are telling the truth. It is not how they swing. I speak as formerly one of them.

    Say you are very ill.

    Say your family implores the doctor, PLEASE do not tell him he soon will be dead.

    So the Doctor hears the relatives and immediately lies to the patient telling said patient, you are not in danger of dying, not for many years.

    Trump faces a very hostile media. And prior to him giving them hell, for their attacks, he chats with the Twitter public as pushback.

    They call non important comments LIES. But what president is never spoken of as LIAR.

    We called out Obama for his lies too. But when we stuck to truth about Obama, here came his loyal puppies in the media who defended him. Strange how they got angry at the Truth told about Obama yet resent our defending a president who has lavished America, working hard to make our lives far better and has, but the media daily calls him a liar.

    When Obama lied, the Media rushed to his side trying to claim we lied about Obama.

    We have several media outlets that tell the actual truth about Trump.
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    "What he did was not 'perfect.' No, it was a flagrant assault on our electoral rights, our national security interests, and our fundamental values. Corrupting an election to keep oneself in office is perhaps the most abusive and destructive violation of one's oath of office that I can imagine," Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT)

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