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  1. Ah yes gym Jordan. Now what’s your point? Was it used the same way? I thought the main issue was the separation of families. Or is it that no politician is perfect so therefore they are the same? This came with stalag 17 lol. Just searched it myself. Funnily enough the recommendations for me were other films and things linked to what I had watched before.
  2. It was a ‘unite the right’ white supremecist rally. So the nazis joined with the klan etc. It was organised by known White supremacist groups. They chanted ‘you will not replace us’ and ‘Jews will not replace us’. For someone who argues passionately against racism and identity politics, why is such a rally getting a free pass. And let’s be honest, if you’re on the same side as nazi’s, then you’ve got to question your cause (same as how the KKK see trump as their man really). How far are you really prepared sink in defending racists. You’re labelling people who counter protest nazis and white supremacists as terrorists. Someone was killed. But ‘swings and roundabouts’. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unite_the_Right_rally If this isn’t racist, then literally nothing is, and it’s a pointless debate. I’m amazed you’ve managed to label so many as racist without evidence seeing as it’s literally Impossible to be a racist.
  3. You haven’t provided any source...because ‘you aren’t interested’. Just random, usually false, opinions that ‘pop up’. So yes, a News agency is a better source than unsourced YouTube clips. But please, again, post the senate hearing and the point you’re trying to make. After what you’ve posted here (or haven’t) laughing at anyone’s else’s posts that have provided sources for everything, is actually laughable
  4. Doesn’t matter that they were at a nazi rally, they didn’t fill in a membership form. I’ll be honest, if I’m at a march and people next to me are waving swastikas and giving nazi salutes, then I’m no longer going to be at the March. But maybe that’s just me. Imagine if that was seen at a left wing rally. You would lose you s**t. But nothing to see here. Trump reading of a videoprompt what an advisor told him doesn’t change what he said previously. He incited violence and then condemn it. He dog whistles with a wink the denies it. Two weeks before El Paso he joked about shooting immigrants. “Knock the crap out of him would you” “I’d like to punch him in the face” “Maybe he should have been roughed up” “You know, part of the problem, and part of the reason it takes so long, is nobody wants to hurt each other anymore, right? And they’re being politically correct the way they take them out, so it takes a little bit longer. And honestly, protesters, they realize it. They realize that there are no consequences to protesting anymore. There used to be consequences, there are none anymore.” “I would never give up my microphone. I thought that was disgusting. That showed such weakness, the way [Sanders] was taken away by two young women — the microphone — they just took the whole place over…That will never happen with me. I don’t know if I’ll do the fighting myself or if other people will, but that was a disgrace…” “I’ll pay your court fees” "I can tell you I have the support of the police, the support of the military, the support of the Bikers for Trump – I have the tough people, but they don’t play it tough — until they go to a certain point, and then it would be very bad, very bad," it must be tiring defending trump constantly because his words just make it so much harder for you. Still more reliable than your YouTube videos.
  5. Sorry I thought you were all about evidence. Must have been mistaken that you constantly call for evidence for people opinions. (The weird article was a research paper by the way.) might as well just say ‘fake news’
  6. “Contrary to the assessments of modern political punditry, Republicans are more susceptible to identity‐based politics.” Lol what a cop out. As predicted. Mr ‘I’m all about the evidence’ is mr ‘fake news’.
  7. Identity politics seems a republican issue as shown above. As for violence. Actual court evidence suggests differently. https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/blame-abc-news-finds-17-cases-invoking-trump/story?id=58912889
  8. If it’s incompetence, then it’s a long list of it from the original sweetheart deal by Acosta to a suicide that was predicted by most following the case. I hate conspiracy theories as they are 99.9% usually fruit loops, but allowing this to happen, even if it was jut pure incompetency, is too convenient to many powerful people. His private island was just raided, 2-3 days too late. Plenty of time for evidence to be removed. It sounds like there was evidence found at his home. Maybe blackmail material. How he became a billionaire is very murky to start with.
  9. I thought ‘evidence’ was your ‘thing’. Obviously not. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/pops.12485 Does this make republicans racist? “As racial, religious, and ideological identities have cumulatively moved into greater alignment with Democratic and Republican identities in recent decades, American partisans have grown increasingly identified with their parties due to the psychological effects of identity alignment captured in objective and subjective sorting mechanisms. However, we find that this effect is more powerful among Republicans than among Democrats, due to the general social homogeneity of the Republican party. Contrary to the assessments of modern political punditry, Republicans are more susceptible to identity‐based politics.” “Interestingly, in the realm of “identity politics,” it is generally the Democratic Party that is associated with the use of social identities for political gain. In fact, what we find here is that, if anything, Republicans are more responsive to the alignment of their party‐associated groups. Among Republicans, the most cross‐cutting identities are more detrimental to in‐party allegiance than they are among Democrats. Grossman and Hopkins (2016) suggest that Democrats are the party of group interests and Republicans the party of ideological purity. What we find is that Republican “purity” applies to in‐party social homogeneity. A Republican who does not fit the White, Christian mold is far less attached to the Republican Party than one who does fit the mold. This effect is stronger among Republicans than among Democrats, who include significantly more individuals whose racial and religious identities do not match those of the average Democrat. The concept of a “deal‐breaker” identity among Republicans is more feasible than it is among Democrats, as Republicans are generally associated with fewer linked social groups. In this sense, Republicans are more reliant than Democrats on their social identities for constructing strong partisan attachments.” more lies I suppose. I should give up on substantiating what I say and just shout ‘fake news’ to anything I don’t agree with.
  10. A trump mouth piece as your only source for supporting trump is scraping the barrel. Still, tell me a socialist country that has failed that is similar to democrat policies. Do you think some of the Scandanavian countries are more or less socialist than American democrats by the way? But of course, trump is the man for ordinary people, as his billionaire tax cuts show. And like I said, you can keep projecting identity politics into dems, but that’s literally all republicans have right now. “"White nationalist, white supremacist, Western civilization — how did that language become offensive?"...”"You could look over there and think the Democratic Party is no country for white men." Youre sounding like geo with his ‘the truth is out there’ sources.
  11. So that’s fair game to call into question his citizenship? Trump has a Scottish mother. Didn’t see the birthed people lose their minds over that. ‘The fact you’re defending such a conspiracy and yet have the gall to claim the left are racist is laughable you always call the left racist. Now it’s the ‘left wing identity politics’. Yet despite all that you can’t name one name. You spend all this time defending a racist and yet can’t use your own criteria for judging your own claims.
  12. No, I just said that if the only place you can source something is a Sean hannity special on YouTube, someone who is pretty much a trump advisor and took to the microphone at one of trumps Nuremberg rallies, then I’ll take it with a pinch of salt. I did ask what was said so I could reply or where else I could find the evidence and you didn’t. law and order? Trump? How many indictments do far. How many ignored subpoenas? The only thing stopping trumps indictment is the fact he’s president. Free speech? ‘The media is the enemy of the people’? Sound very dictatorish to me. And hasn’t it just come out how he wants to sensor the internet/social media? The guy fawns over dictators. He’s an authoritarian wannabe. He’s told 12000 lies and when called out on it, he attacks the media. Both democrats and republicans are capitalists. Republican just like tax cuts for billionaires. Are democrats ‘far left socialism’ in America? Which countries have failed at ‘far left socialism’ which mirrors American democrats? And identity politics has literally been the whole trump platform. At least you didn’t pretend that republicans stand for family values anymore. He’s wiped that facade away pretty quickly. I watched it, and didn’t see anyone say they wanted no borders. You won’t even say which candidate said it. A link and time stamp would suffice.
  13. Ignored what? What is your point? And you do realise recommendations aren’t random. It’s based on what else you watch on YouTube or what you google, or you’re lying and searching for these.
  14. Lol and now Gym Jordan is just randomly popping up as a recommendation.
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