Just Another Day With Political Inspired Violence

brandonbull

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So when is Biden and the Progressheviks going to face justice for inciting violence across the country? I guess it's ok to proclaim half the country as domestic terrorists and a threat to national security.

 

ImpulsE69

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Extreme Dem Rhetoric my ass. Snowflakes.

Also this little tidbit:
"He claimed the teen was calling people to come and attack him after a political argument"

Now, either his story is completely horseshit, or the teen started it as he said. Neither of which are Biden inspired violence.

Additionally, your math is way off, but then, we already know Trumpers don't know how to count.

Nice attempt to change the narrative like that amazing governor though. Trying to compare what Biden said to most of the things Trump actually said multiple times shows an amazing lack of integrity or an astounding lack of comprehension. But we all know it's just being disingenuous.

You should probably change your topic heading to what it actually is. A dumbass being a dumbass and broke the law. Just like the Jan 6th people.
 
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Brandon your use of “Progressheviks” reminds me of this video. Free yourself from using stupid words and become a less dangerous and more free person.

 

Paratus

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So when is Biden and the Progressheviks going to face justice for inciting violence across the country? I guess it's ok to proclaim half the country as domestic terrorists and a threat to national security.



The dude got in a drunken argument - hit the kid - then he called the police, told them he hit him because the kid threatened to have his conservative buddies show up and beat him.

So why aren’t you saying guns are the answer here?
 

Drach

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So when is Biden and the Progressheviks going to face justice for inciting violence across the country? I guess it's ok to proclaim half the country as domestic terrorists and a threat to national security.

Progressivism is a way of thinking that holds that it is possible through political action for human societies to improve over time. As a political movement, progressivism purports to advance the human condition through social reform based on advancements in science, technology, economic development and social organization.[1] Adherents to this way of thinking hold that progressivism has universal application and endeavor to spread this idea to human societies everywhere.

Feel free to eat the Klingons from my taint.
 

Vic

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So when is Biden and the Progressheviks going to face justice for inciting violence across the country? I guess it's ok to proclaim half the country as domestic terrorists and a threat to national security.

I want to be clear that I am completely against any and all kinds of violence, political or otherwise. And this one instance as well.
But at the same time, I find both Cruz's and your pearl-clutching at this instance particularly ingenuine considering that both of you, and your precious King Trump, are part of the Qanon movement whose open goal is to have every "Progresshevik" executed for "treason." Solely because you disagree with their speech.
Your ilk wantonly commit political violence and threaten far worse, plotting and desperately hoping and dreaming to murder countless God-knows-how-many, and the best you could find of "Progresshevik" violence is this one loser who will certainly be prosecuted for his crime?
Your hypocrisy is rank beyond words.
 

interchange

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And let's all remember that it was the Republicans who passed laws that made it ok to run over political protesters if they felt threatened.
Typical laws for me but not for thee.
What laws are you talking about? I missed that one...
 

allisolm

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It was a Florida law IIRC.
"B. Prohibition on Obstructing Roadways: 3rd degree felony to obstruct traffic during an unpermitted protest, demonstration or violent or disorderly assembly; driver is NOT liable
for injury or death caused if fleeing for safety from a mob."


That was proposed in FL, but the law as signed by the governor no longer contained that part.

original act: https://www.flgov.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Combatting-Violence-Protection-Act.pdf

about the act as it was signed: https://www.miaminewtimes.com/news/whats-in-floridas-anti-riot-bill-hb-1-12147768
 

ch33zw1z

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^^ not only that, conservative rhetoric has been pushing for political violence, even by car, against others for a long time. It’s the same rhetoric that reared it’s ugly head at Charlottesville when that guy drove thru a crowded street, injuring dozens and killing that young lady.
 

SMOGZINN

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So when is Biden and the Progressheviks going to face justice for inciting violence across the country? I guess it's ok to proclaim half the country as domestic terrorists and a threat to national security.

Yes, Biden said that MAGA extremists are dangerous, but he also specifically called out for an end of political violence and specifically told people to not engage in violence.

The times Trump has advocated for violence
  • July 2017: During a speech to law enforcement officers in Long Island, New York, Trump seemingly encouraged police officers to be rough with people they were arresting, per ABC News. "Please don't be too nice," he told the audience.
  • August 2017: In the aftermath of the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, Trump failed to unequivocally condemn the violence and said "many sides" were to blame, failing to distinguish between those who participated in the "Unite the Right" rally and those who showed up in opposition to it.
  • October 2018: While speaking at a Montana campaign rally, Trump publicly praised Montana's then-Rep. Greg Gianforte (R) — the state's current governor — for previously assaulting a reporter. "Any guy that can do a body slam, he is my type!" Trump said.
  • October 2019: A New York Times report outlined various strategies Trump had allegedly deliberated to keep migrants away from the U.S. southern border, including a water-filled trench with snakes or alligators and shooting migrants in the legs to slow them down.
  • May 2020: Trump used violent rhetoric when referring to protests in Minneapolis in the wake of George Floyd’s killing, tweeting, "when the looting starts, the shooting starts." The phrase has a racist history going back to police brutality against Black Americans in the 1960s, per the New York Times.
  • June 2020: Trump threatened to use the U.S. military to quell Black Lives Matter protests across the country. "If a city or state refuses to take the actions necessary to defend the life and property of their residents, then I will deploy the United States military and quickly solve the problem for them," Trump said.
  • August 2020: Trump expressed interest in sending the National Guard to Portland, Oregon, to confront protesters, per Vox. "We could fix Portland in, I would say, 45 minutes," Trump said.
  • September 2020: Trump lauded law enforcement officers for killing Michael Forest Reinoehl, a self-described Antifa member suspected of killing a right-wing activist the previous month. "That’s the way it has to be. There has to be retribution," Vox reported.
  • September 2020: When offered the chance to unequivocally condemn white supremacist violence during the first presidential debate, Trump failed to do so, instead telling the far-right Proud Boys that they should "stand back and stand by."
  • January 2021: At a rally preceding the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, Trump repeated false claims that the 2020 election had been stolen and told supporters that "we're going to walk down to the Capitol," adding that "you'll never take back our country with weakness."
Show me anything even similar from Biden, or any top Democrat, and I'll apologize. Until then, you are full of crap.
 

HomerJS

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Here's what is alleged
"He was the one who called 911 to report the crash," North Dakota Highway Patrol Capt. Bryan Niewind, told the outlet. Law enforcement authorities said the suspect was allegedly drunk when he hit and killed Ellingson with his SUV in an alleyway.

Court documents reveal Brandt called 9-1-1 and told the dispatcher he just hit Ellingson, claiming the teen was part of a Republican extremist group. He claimed the teen was calling people to come and attack him after a political argument, Inforum reported.
This sounds like an episode of drunk and stupid resulting in a death.
 

Moonbeam

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You liberals need to understand the nature of the fear of violence. The fear of it only applies when you are the target, not the source of it.
 

Moonbeam

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So when is Biden and the Progressheviks going to face justice for inciting violence across the country? I guess it's ok to proclaim half the country as domestic terrorists and a threat to national security.
Just like us liberals who are forced to live around millions of violent racists and fascist wannabes, you’ll get used to it. Durning the learning curve perhaps just wear Depends. Looks like people in the thread already nose what you are going through. Not to worry. All your fears have already happened.
 

Captante

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All BBS cares about is posting this thread and it getting bumped so it shows up near the top of a Google-search and "catches eyeballs". (which for whatever reason AT forum's usually does!)

Keep that in mind when continuing to bump it to the top. This only helps BBS get what he wanted... he doesn't give a rats a$$ what anyone actually posts at all as long as this garbage gets him views.
 
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woolfe9998

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LOL that the article mentions Biden calling Trump supporters "semifacists" as the example of "violent rhetoric." It isn't violent to call a person or movement what it is. Biden was holding back. What I want to know is how republicans can get away with calling democrats "socialists" or even "communists" like 600 times every single day, but Biden makes one milquetoast remark and it's supposed to be a cause of violence. Give me a break.
 
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Moonbeam

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LOL that the article mentions Biden calling Trump supporters "semifacists" as the example of "violent rhetoric." It isn't violent to call a person or movement what it is. Biden was holding back. What I want to know is how republicans can get away with calling democrats "socialists" or even "communists" like 600 times every single day, but Biden makes one milquetoast remark and it's suppoed to be a cause of violence. Give me a break.
Put downs are the cause of self hate. Self hate is intolerably painful to experience and if not repressed would have lead to endlessly more painful experiences as children. For so many the only way to survive and all varying by degree, was to break psychically and join the enemy. In this way we as adults become the put down artists that in turn, perpetuate the disease.

Thus it is that what we secretly and even consciously do to others by way of verbal insult, we are terrified will be what happens to us. Those who harm others to get even are those who most fear it happening to them because it already did. We create what we fear and everything we fear has already happened.

Behind every threat of violence lies a coward, or more accurately, a frightened broken child unable to deal with how worthless he or she was made to feel.

I think the break you are looking for should take the form of pity, hard as that is to do.
 
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