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Old 01-28-2021, 03:40 AM
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Default Re: Should White Supremist violent speech be covered by the 1st amendment?

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Originally Posted by saltwn View Post
I don't know what Depp's problem was but Madonna chose love over death.
I don't remember any plots discussed online or elsewhere saying 'it's not time yet' and agreeing that a prominent leader should be shot. In fact I always thought if you whispered that and the fbi got wind of it you better have a good lawyer. not to mention you'd lose your job.
but we have a white nationalist supporter in the house.
instead of taking her down a notch like the GOP did with King, she got promoted to an education committee. She is part of a group who think Hillary Clinton and Tom Hanks conspire to kidnapper babies and eat them.
When you say white nationalist supporter in the house, what you do mean exactly? I have to ask because you leftist falsely accuse people of being racist so much so that no person with a brain can take the word of a leftist when it come to claims of racism. For example you people all the time falsely call Former president Trump a racist. If someone is against illegal immigration you people falsely call that person a racist. If someone says hey I think you should have to show a government issued ID you people falsely claim that person is a racist and it trying to suppress votes. If someone says I think able-bodied people shouldn't get welfare and food stamps you people will call falsely call that person a racist. But if someone says "I mean, you got the first mainstream African American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy," which is obviously a racist statement you people excuse it, claim it was taken out of context or pretend it was never said because a democrat said it.
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