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    Quote Originally Posted by packfan1 View Post
    Hey Gundy, they have to travel to have a rally. There aren't enough of them in any one place to do anything else.
    Perhaps Soros pays their fare as well.. ?

    Makes sense if you wish to push a narrative of a nonexistent problem to foment unfounded anger and unrest.

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    If the FBI and DOJ weren't corrupted & littered with deep state scum this group would be designated a terrorists organization & those who fund them (Soros, Obama etc would be in jail already)

    But alas we live in a Banana Republic with a government corrupt to the core.

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    There are para- military lunatics under every rock gund... better be careful.. they are very transparent, and love to hold public exhibitions, because that's what extremist terrorist do. Call attention to themselves, lmao...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibleedgreen View Post
    Perhaps Soros pays their fare as well... Makes sense if you wish to push a narrative of a nonexistent problem to foment unfounded anger and unrest.
    What? I don't know what narrative I.B.G. refers to here, it's certainly not me. Ever since he's won the election I've kept pretty much out of the anti-Trump stuff. I don't want to have any part or parcel with all the Anti-Obama crap that I've seen over the past eight years, he'll take care of himself. I believe deep inside that Trump's entire candidacy was an Anti-Obama statement and without B.H.O. T-rump literally has no fizz.

    But he may have a Fez!



    Okay you want me to start on Trump I can do it.



    His utter subservience to the party’s donor class breaks from the pattern. It is a complete reversal of his promise to “drain the swamp.” Decades ago, academics formulated a term that roughly corresponds to “the swamp.” It’s “regulatory capture,” which describes a process by which staffers in government make rules designed to benefit incumbent industries rather than the general public. Much of the work of government under Trump has consisted of turning over public policy directly to the Washington business lobby. Trump may like war heroes who weren’t captured, but he likes regulators who were.

    Despite promising to break up the big banks during the campaign, Trump has abandoned his pledge and placed a Wall Street lawyer in charge of the Securities and Exchange Commission. He has given his two most important economic policy positions to Steve Mnuchin and Gary Cohn, and has made stock prices his favorite metric of economic success. The so-called tax-reform plan Republicans are formulating has been deeply shaped by the business lobby, which has formed a phalanx of support.

    Some of the most astonishing regulatory capture is under way at the Dept. of Ed. The appointment of Betsy DeVos provoked opposition on the basis of her lack of experience and ideological fascination with vouchers. But the focus on DeVos’s beliefs about primary education was always misplaced, for the simple reason that primary education is financed overwhelmingly at the state and local level, so DeVos could not ruin public schools even if she tried.

    Where DeVos has had a massive impact is in higher education. The federal government has much higher leverage over post-secondary education due to its involvement with student loans. These loans have often subsidized for-profit colleges, which lure customers using federally backed student loans, and furnish them with substandard or useless education. The Obama administration began cracking down on the for-profit industry in a variety of ways: imposing standards and conditions for its loans, rather than spraying them out indiscriminately to whichever college could vacuum them up. DeVos has turned her department over to the for-profit college industry, which has used its power to protect its own rackets.


    Yep Birds of a Feather, think T-rump U.

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    So the generals should run the treasury dept. and the bankers the military and community organizers run the medical system ...do i have that just about right ?
    That's why Socialist countries collapse .
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    T-rump has Generals now. Wasn't this something about Ta-rump being sucker punched by a cross-dresser?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gundermerikan View Post
    T-rump has Generals now. Wasn't this something about Ta-rump being sucker punched by a cross-dresser?
    Nah, we leave those queers alone.. and they hate that more than anything. They scream and tantrum to get attention because nobody gives two sh!+$ about em.. poor babies

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    Wonder Why No Report of This Here

    Yep Trump Supporter Sucker-Punches Woman at Brooklyn Bistro. Maybe not the latest report of pro-Trump street aggression, but a man ran into a Brooklyn restaurant one Saturday and punched a woman in the face,


    A Donald Trump supporter sucker-punched a woman Saturday night after getting into a political debate with her earlier in the evening.



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    According to widespread reports, at around 6:50 P.M. the man entered Bar Tabac, the hip Parisian bistro where he had dined with a female companion earlier in the night, and struck a 49-year-old woman in the face! The Trump fan and the victim, a Hillary Clinton supporter, had been arguing about politics earlier in the night. Jonas Leon, a manager at Bar Tabac, said the man had even requested Bar Tabac throw the woman out of the restaurant for speaking badly of Trump. Instead Leon moved the Trumpster and his date to a different table. He said the man then paid his bill and left the restaurant -- before returning to enact vengeance in Trump's name,


    The guy came back almost running, and he started pushing some customer and the high-chair next to him with the baby because he couldn’t reach the girl. Then he punched the girl.

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    We have a film and an arrest. You have a story from that bastion of news excellence "the cut". So a man overhears a conversation from someone who is anti trump and asks them to be removed? Who would do that and think it would work? He's moved and has his dinner, pays for it and at that moment he's overcome with anger and bolts into the restaurant to assault her. Either this story is complete horseshit or a great deal of the narrative is missing. I also love how their happened to be a baby between the man and his victim. The times would love this story but apparently it wasn't even news worthy enough for them. One other subtle difference, he didn't travel from Ohio to involve himself in a conflict.
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    Quote Originally Posted by packfan1 View Post
    We have a film and an arrest. You have a story from that bastion of news excellence "the cut". So a man overhears a conversation from someone who is anti trump and asks them to be removed? Who would do that and think it would work? He's moved and has his dinner, pays for it and at that moment he's overcome with anger and bolts into the restaurant to assault her. Either this story is complete horseshit or a great deal of the narrative is missing. I also love how their happened to be a baby between the man and his victim. The times would love this story but apparently it wasn't even news worthy enough for them. One other subtle difference, he didn't travel from Ohio to involve himself in a conflict.
    Yep, completely fake news that only someone like Gundermoron would lend the slightest bit of credibility to.

    And your point about the NY Times is really the proof, they would be all over it as well as CNN, MSNBC, at al.
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