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CPAC is a private event. They can withdraw any speaker invitation they wish. It's not the same as social media platforms who enjoy government protection from legal action conspiring to ban political speech they disagree with. On Sunday CPAC will give a platform to a very prominent target of cancel culture. Unlike Young Pharaoh he has been canceled from many media outlets including social media and he has been subjected to unprecedented persecution by political opponents.
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This is such a false flag question. The number of people that can be classified as "white supremacist" is so infinitesimally small that raising the question as if they are a considerable force is ridiculous.
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they say it's also for pizza gate...
What prominent Republican believes, to this day, in the silliness that is commonly known as "Pizzagate"?

(One might just as well search for Republicans who are devout flat-Earthers...)
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What prominent Republican believes, to this day, in the silliness that is commonly known as "Pizzagate"?

(One might just as well search for Republicans who are devout flat-Earthers...)
This is what the Left does...

3% of Conservatives believe in QAnon?...Just say it's 80%
10,000 Conservatives are in the Proud Boys?...Just say it's 34 million
90% of Conservatives have no idea who the Bugaloo Boys are?...Just say 90% know and support them
95% of Conservatives don't know Pizzagate let alone believe it?...Just say it's talked about 24/7

And, of course, the opposite with the Left's soldiers...No one in Antifa has ever represented a Liberal...BLM are innocent lambs that have been unConstitutionally arrested...

1 bad Conservative represent 99% of all Conservatives, while 150,000 bad Liberals throwing molotov cocktails and rocks at law enforcement and federal buildings and looting and destroying businesses aren't actually "bad", and they represent themselves and no one else...
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What prominent Republican believes, to this day, in the silliness that is commonly known as "Pizzagate"?

(One might just as well search for Republicans who are devout flat-Earthers...)
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This is what the Left does...

3% of Conservatives believe in QAnon?...Just say it's 80%
10,000 Conservatives are in the Proud Boys?...Just say it's 34 million
90% of Conservatives have no idea who the Bugaloo Boys are?...Just say 90% know and support them
95% of Conservatives don't know Pizzagate let alone believe it?...Just say it's talked about 24/7

And, of course, the opposite with the Left's soldiers...No one in Antifa has ever represented a Liberal...BLM are innocent lambs that have been unConstitutionally arrested...

1 bad Conservative represent 99% of all Conservatives, while 150,000 bad Liberals throwing molotov cocktails and rocks at law enforcement and federal buildings and looting and destroying businesses aren't actually "bad", and they represent themselves and no one else...
You have one in Congress right now who believes every weird conspiracy about Dems and Blacks, Indians, Latins, Natives, you name it. Or she pretends so she can whip up supporters. She actually stirs it.
And I'm gonna tell y'all those folks who stormed the capitol?
They Believe all that sht as well as
good gosh, y'all
almost half the damn country believes the election was stolen from Trump.
And anytime some one tells them facts they call them a Liberal even if they're in their own party. Any news source no matter how right leaning is just a buncha 'fake news' to them if they say Biden won clearly and fairly.
So don't tell me 'most republicans' bullswit! People remaining in that party are shunned like Mitt and Cheney (a Cheney fer gosh sake!), or bonkers with the lies fed them for so many years from nuts who say they are conservatives.
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You have one in Congress right now who believes every weird conspiracy about Dems and Blacks, Indians, Latins, Natives, you name it. Or she pretends so she can whip up supporters. She actually stirs it.
And I'm gonna tell y'all those folks who stormed the capitol?
They Believe all that sht as well as
good gosh, y'all
almost half the damn country believes the election was stolen from Trump.
And anytime some one tells them facts they call them a Liberal even if they're in their own party. Any news source no matter how right leaning is just a buncha 'fake news' to them if they say Biden won clearly and fairly.
So don't tell me 'most republicans' bullswit! People remaining in that party are shunned like Mitt and Cheney (a Cheney fer gosh sake!), or bonkers with the lies fed them for so many years from nuts who say they are conservatives.
Congress also has a BLM organizer who participated in violent riots, a committee chair who exhorted followers to form a mob to make sure members of the Trump administration know they are not welcome, and a member who spreads lies about illegal aliens being forced to drink from a toilet. All are Democrats. But they are acceptable.

As you wrote almost half the country believes the election was stolen why the opposition to a through investigation instead of the campaign of suppression and persecution? We had to have the endless investigation of the Trump administration for Russian collusion based on nothing but conspiracy theories and smears so why the hesitation to look into the election fraud and abuses?
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You have one in Congress right now who believes every weird conspiracy about Dems and Blacks, Indians, Latins, Natives, you name it.
Yes, out of 261 Republicans (211 in the House, and 50 in the Senate).

That is about 0.038 percent.

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People remaining in that party are shunned like Mitt and Cheney (a Cheney fer gosh sake!), or bonkers with the lies fed them for so many years from nuts who say they are conservatives.
Liz Cheney retained her position--easily--as it was just a minority in the GOP who opposed her. (To fail to note this is...well, at best, it is intellectually dishonest...)

As for Mitt Romney, It is probably worthwhile to note that Democrats believe that the only good Republican is one who is really more like the Democrats than he is like most Republicans. (Democrats love him also for his simmering hatred of Donald Trump.)
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You have one in Congress right now who believes every weird conspiracy about Dems and Blacks, Indians, Latins, Natives, you name it. Or she pretends so she can whip up supporters. She actually stirs it.
And I'm gonna tell y'all those folks who stormed the capitol?
They Believe all that sht as well as
good gosh, y'all
almost half the damn country believes the election was stolen from Trump.
um. Didn't half the Blessed country think that Trump stole the last election?
including you?

And the left went on to have official investigations for 3 years, and hyperbolic news reports for 4?
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Yes, out of 261 Republicans (211 in the House, and 50 in the Senate).

That is about 0.038 percent.

you are aware no doubt there are congressmen who are trying to sneak around the metal detectors on capitol hill right?

Liz Cheney retained her position--easily--as it was just a minority in the GOP who opposed her. (To fail to note this is...well, at best, it is intellectually dishonest...)
because it was an anonymous vote. had it been public they would have been too scared of the ex prez primarying them in his own image.
As for Mitt Romney, It is probably worthwhile to note that Democrats believe that the only good Republican is one who is really more like the Democrats than he is like most Republicans. (Democrats love him also for his simmering hatred of Donald Trump.)
Mitt Romney doesn't have hatred for trump simmering or otherwise. sympathy for his soul maybe. Do you ever look at records of voting before you jump on the talk radio/fox claims?
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you are aware no doubt there are congressmen who are trying to sneak around the metal detectors on capitol hill right?
And this is directly related to support for the congresswoman from Georgia...how, exactly?

Liz Cheney retained her position--easily--as it was just a minority in the GOP who opposed her. (To fail to note this is...well, at best, it is intellectually dishonest...)

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because it was an anonymous vote. had it been public they would have been too scared of the ex prez primarying them in his own image.
Well, that is a good talking point.

Except for the fact that you cannot prove it.

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Mitt Romney doesn't have hatred for trump simmering or otherwise. sympathy for his soul maybe. Do you ever look at records of voting before you jump on the talk radio/fox claims?
Every time you cannot actually refute a point, you just drag in Fox News and "talk radio" (as if CNN and MSNBC were, somehow, more neutral in their coverage).
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