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  1. Maybe Mike Freeman would rather let chaos go on for another night
  2. Minnesota, you have to start electing better officials
  3. The Rs picking Rubio is an odd choice for Intel chair. It was Rubio supporter Eric Singer that first hired Fusion GPS. Fusion GPS was an unregistered lobbying agent for Russia before getting hired by Singer. I am officially calling for Rubio to recuse himself from all things Russia.
  4. Or maybe another way to say it is that Trump supporters have independent thought processes and support him for different reasons unlike others waiting to be told by their media masters the reasons to support the media’s chosen ones
  5. He’d be wealthier and a lot less stressed if he had not run. The Obamas and the Clinton and now apparently the Bidens have profited to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars off of their political careers...
  6. If TWTR wants a section 230 liability shield they need abide by the law’s ToS....
  7. Biden has been on the wrong side of every big foreign policy issue for half a century
  8. Klobuchar- ooof https://www.google.com/amp/s/news.yahoo.com/amphtml/amy-klobuchar-declined-prosecute-officer-183728902.html Ex-Minneapolis police officer Derick Chauvin saw at least 10 conduct complaints during his 19-year tenure before he was fired Tuesday, according to a database that documents complaints against police. In particular, he was involved in the shooting death of a man who had stabbed other people before attacking police, as well as some other undisclosed complaints. Klobuchar did not prosecute Chauvin for the first death, and he was later placed on leave when he and other officers shot and wounded an Native American man in 2011. As The Washington Post noted in March, Klobuchar "declined to bring charges in more than two dozen cases in which people were killed in encounters with police" as Hennepin County attorney. Instead, she "aggressively prosecuted smaller offenses" that "have been criticized for their disproportionate effect on poor and minority communities," the Post continues. And as Klobuchar undergoes vetting to become a possible vice presidential candidate, that track record is being scrutinized and criticized once again.
  9. Politicians have been harassing their opponents for as long as we have had elections. Drawing that line will require more than a single word to define it. Traditionally and legally the boundaries on that have been a tad more lenient in terms of what can be said of public figures...
  10. The knee was stupid and accomplished nothing. The first time, maybe the second it was cool. After that it just became background noise. imagine if you had a co-worker that opened every call with some political tract. The first couple of times you might be “cool”. “Way to stand for something” and after that, especially if it’s always the same spiel or gesture it becomes disruptive and annoying and people just ignore it anyway.
  11. What a waste of resources that is. It seems pretty clear to everybody not in the city government that this guy should be in a cell.
  12. If you read the executive order, it makes it clear that the remain a platform and not a publisher, the platform needs to abide by it’s own TOS and not to inorganically editorialize user generated content. EditorializIng content makes Twitter a publisher.
  13. Think it through. he has been saying that mail inviting is more vulnerable to fraud. If making something more vulnerable to fraud helps the Democrats, then all he did was to imply that the Democrats would cheat more that the Republicans.
  14. He looks and sounds the part, but the actual record shows that his response was near the bottom of any governor in US. Terrible.