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  • Peter von Nostrand: Prussian_Roulette: Peter von Nostrand: way south: Interesting...   Why say "a guy" instead of saying that guy was the shiatbag murderer who gunned someone down in Portland and then evaded arrest before giving a vlog interview to brag about it and getting in a shootout with cops?

    And yet Kyle Rittenhouse lives. As does Dylan roof. Shiatbags or not, we have laws and vigilante justice has no place. Funny how your diatribe ignores that.

    I'm sorry, when did enlightened progressives suddenly care about laws?  Stop me if these popular catch phrases sound like what people who support anything other than the Law of the Jungle would say: "Defund the Police" "ACAB" "Punch a Nazi" "Welcome to CHAZ, pay your protection fee".

    You're upset that US Marshalls gunned downed an armed, suspected murderer, with a prior violent history.  A guy who felt so confident that he wouldn't be arrested by the local cops, that he was giving interviews.

    And you believe after three years of successfully evading the FBI's and Mueller Team's attempts to nail him down as a Russian puppet, Trump's going to blithely tell some rando deputized LE dudes, "No arrests - kill on sight!"

    I'd ask how stupid all that sounds but, hey, peeing on Russian hookers was a credible story too, right?

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    So you're saying president best words is lying? He's the one that bragged about the marshals, who as has been pointed out repeatedly, were deputized before the operation. Trump himself bragged they didn't try to arrest him. Are you saying he's lying because I'm not. I'm going by what Trump, Mr. no more bullshiat himself said.

    Are you also saying that you don't believe the evidence, intelligence assessments from US and our allies that the collusion occurred? Despite the report saying it did by Mueller, the republican led senate, the indictments, convictions, plea deals, fines and more? Because only putin and Trump are denying it.

    I'll give you a moment to wipe the cheeto jizz of your chi ...


    Thank you. I just put him on ignore, but you said all the things.
  • ReaverZ: Trump probably has been whining "why can't I kill people when I want like Hillary and Obama!"


    Two politicians watching an extrajudicial execution they ordered:

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  • Trump claimed credit for it? Sounds like it. He didn't orchestrate a damned thing, he just thought it sounded good, something a big strong man would do.

    He doesn't have the guts to order this kind of personal retribution. He's a coward. He has to call someone over the phone to fire them because he is such a coward. He couldn't plan or even order the execution of a particular target. The guy was killed and he saw the opportunity to seem strong.
  • Roshamon: Trump would be Sauron, but only if Sauron was a big, angry, flaming-orange vagina


    Half the people on earth have a vagina. It is not an insult.
  • orbister: ReaverZ: Trump probably has been whining "why can't I kill people when I want like Hillary and Obama!"

    Two politicians watching an extrajudicial execution they ordered:

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    This is, and I'm including the comment from Prussian Trump hog gobbler, the dumbest thing I may read all f'n week.
  • orbister: Two politicians watching an extrajudicial execution they ordered:


    Osama's not American.
  • orbister: ReaverZ: Trump probably has been whining "why can't I kill people when I want like Hillary and Obama!"

    Two politicians watching an extrajudicial execution they ordered:

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    Yeah , but that was just a show . It never really happened  . Although the mainstream media didn't have much to say about it this week . Those that did just tried to spin it off .
  • Prussian_Roulette:

    I'm sorry, when did enlightened progressives suddenly care about laws?

    Adorable.

    Opaque conservatives support a president who randomly spits the phrase "LAW & ORDER" like he's suffering from some form of political Tourette's.

    "Law & order" used to be a phrase that included the entirety of the U.S. Justice system where the accused would be arrested, get a fair trial, sometimes with a jury of his/ her peers followed by the justice of society leveled on that person if found guilty.

    It doesn't include short-circuiting the system by administering violent street justice behind a badge (or a Proud Boy t-shirt,) or interfering in said system by installing a mouth-breathing toady as AG to the point of said toady interjecting himself into the justice system to protect the president, his friends and confidants.

    There is no legitimate description of the incident around Reinoehl's death that justifies his execution.  At BEST cops involved should have been immediately suspended.

    Folks in Portland, even the same folks who have take to the streets for months in support of BLM, would have preferred a fair and open trial with the likelihood he would be sent to prison.  Such a trial would've had the benefit of publicly reviewing not just Reinoehl's actions, but the actions of the fascist who came to Portland looking to incite violence and the others like him.

    Liberals are the ones that want a return to law and order.  Conservatives just want vigilantism.
  • EmmaLou: Imagine if Trump weren't an idiot and wasn't surrounded by such ineptitude. The next version will know how to keep their mouth shut and will surround themself with people who know what they're doing, do it mostly under the radar until it's too late, and do it well.


    The last version was George W. Bush.
  • Peter von Nostrand: orbister: Two politicians watching an extrajudicial execution they ordered:

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    This is, and I'm including the comment from Prussian Trump hog gobbler, the dumbest thing I may read all f'n week.


    Because ... ?
  • orbister: Peter von Nostrand: orbister: Two politicians watching an extrajudicial execution they ordered:

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    This is, and I'm including the comment from Prussian Trump hog gobbler, the dumbest thing I may read all f'n week.

    Because ... ?


    Because they aren't equivalent.

    Now stop.
  • As if Republicans will hold anyone in this administration responsible for anything.
  • Peter von Nostrand: Prussian_Roulette: Peter von Nostrand: way south: Interesting...


    So you're saying president best words is lying? He's the one that bragged about the marshals, who as has been pointed out repeatedly, were deputized before the operation.


    So what?  That's been SOP for a while now, after Antifa-supporting politicians explicitly refused to allow local LE to do their jobs.

    Trump himself bragged they didn't try to arrest him. Are you saying he's lying because I'm not. I'm going by what Trump, Mr. no more bullshiat himself said.

    Who are "they"?  You assume he meant the marshals.  I assume he meant local LE.  You know why?  Because local LE already has a past history of not arresting Antifa felons.  See local political direction above.

    Are you also saying that you don't believe the evidence, intelligence assessments from US and our allies that the collusion occurred? Despite the report saying it did by Mueller, the republican led senate, the indictments, convictions, plea deals, fines and more? Because only putin and Trump are denying it.

    Bunny, your multi-year, multi-agency investigation ended with "Well, we didn't find anything that was illegal, but that doesn't mean he's exonerated."  It's time to move to Stage 5.

    I'll give you a moment to wipe the cheeto jizz of your chin.

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    And finally in your petulant rant, you complain about sayings, yet we have a lot more actual violent acts by right wing proud boys, racists and Trump supporters than anything done by the left by you ignore direct threats from the right such as Trump encouraging his supporters to beat up protesters including saying he'd pay their legal fees, he encouraged cops to be extra rough when arresting people. But you're putting random comments on web sites on the same level as words from the preside
    nt.

    You typed that with a straight face?  How many months has Antifa/BLM been burning and looting across the country?  Point out on a map where Da Proud Boyz established "Autonomous Zones" where vigilante justice reigns supreme.  And who's been implementing catch-and-release with Antifa terrorists?  Isn't all of that what directly led to the Feds deputizing other agencies?  You're not very good at this.

    Long story short, GFY with your BSAB false equivalency. No really, eabod.

    No BSAB here.  Just one.  The side burning the country down.

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  • Prussian_Roulette: I'm sorry, when did enlightened progressives suddenly care about laws?  Stop me if these popular catch phrases sound like what people who support anything other than the Law of the Jungle would say: "Defund the Police" "ACAB" "Punch a Nazi" "Welcome to CHAZ, pay your protection fee".


    Dude, put the FOX News down.

    1. "Defund the Police", doesn't mean that anyone wants to completely abolish all law enforcement.  It means reducing funding to police departments and demilitarizing them (removing purely military hardware such as armored vehicles that most police departments should never have under any circumstance), and diverting that funding toward social services so that police can focus on violent crimes, while things like drug addiction, homelessness, and health and welfare checks can be handled by social workers and medical experts.

    2. "ACAB" is a short acronym or slogan that is an indictment of modern American law enforcement culture, of the idea that there's pervasive racism in American policing and a strong "us vs. them" atmosphere where police now see themselves more as an occupying army rather than members of the community there to help people, and they have no problem lying, deceiving, or misleading everyday people if it helps them get more arrests, rather than helping people and helping the community.

    3. Punch a Nazi is good.  Nazis have shown, repeatedly, for about the last 90 years, that they exploit cultures of tolerance to spread and corrupt people.  They whine about being oppressed, until they're strong enough to be the oppressor.  Even when they're the oppressor, they STILL try to point to others as their enemies to blame all their problems on and claim to be the victim.  There is no such thing as a good Nazi, end of story.  Letting them walk around and spread their ideology is sewing ideological poison, spreading toxic memes like an infectious mental virus. . .the only proper response to Nazis is swift and overwhelming force.

    4. The vast majority of leftists and progressives in the country really didn't give a shiat about CHAZ.  It got WAY more coverage on right-wing media than anywhere else, and was basically a short-lived anti-police protest that is now over.  Pretty much nobody saw it as a serious effort or proposal at a long-term replacement for police.  Also, we never heard much in the way of complaints from the residents of that area objecting to it.  They seemed fine with it.
  • RottenEggs: Peter von Nostrand: It would be interesting to read comparisons of this guy's actions and situation compared to right wing hero Kyle Rittenhouse

    The guy who shot the kiddie diddler ?


    Ah, that justifies shooting people.

    Private citizens killing people is alright as long as they've done something illegal.

    I'm glad we have that settled.

    Looks like reinhoel was in the clear as patriot prayer person was doing something illegal that night.

    And Colorado shooter shot someone who was assaulting people.

    Now that we have that cleared up I'm glad we have a "law and order" president.

    You know, following the law is obviously important to him.  The 4th ammendment, 5th ammendment, 6th ammendment, 8th ammendment, and the 14th ammendment are just suggestions in that process of law and order.... right?
  • Imagine if he was shot two blocks to the south.
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  • chaz?  like the brother from that one movie?
  • FarkQued: The Envoy: FarkQued: shpritz: waxbeans: cretinbob: easier to post links from PC

    So the marshal deputies give conflicting accounts.
    The guy did have a gun in his pocket.
    I have been assured that carrying a gun is an inalienable right and not at all illegal.

    Until it's not.
    Selective prosecution.
    Discharging a weapon in the city is against the law. But, seldom does self-defense shootings get charged with discharging a weapon.

    You're thinking of the incident where he shot the maggot.

    cretinbob is talking about when the marshals chose to execute him on the spot instead of arresting him

    Thanks Marshalls for saving tax dollars on booking, processing, jail, trial, etc.  Don't worry I am sure some body cam footage will show the antifaTHER was in the wrong.

    Thanks West Virginia for saving taxpayer dollars by realising that you can't teach a turnip and ending this perambulating potato's education in 3rd Grade.

    Chad Smith and Chase Cutler, who were working on cars nearby Thursday, said an unmarked SUV had been parked on School Street for a while when that SUV and another converged on a man in a vehicle at the apartment complex. Smith and Cutler moved onto a grassy area about 50 yards away to watch what was happening.

    The man got out of his vehicle and began to fire what they believe was an assault rifle at the SUVs. They said they heard 40 or 50 shots, then officers returned fire, hitting the man.

    "It reminded me of a video game," Cutler said.

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    Yeah, that's bullshiat.

    Weapon was found in duffel bag in car and one in his pocket.

    Official record of the police who investigated and the "marshalls" who engaged him.

    So what weapon was he firing?

    Did he have some muscle spasms as he was dying and lauch rifle into sealed duffle bag into car and then shove weapon back into pocket?

    I'm glad you are up to date on the official investigation.  Makes you look real smart when you use arguments made by conspiracy theorists.

    It also shows how up to date you are on every other thing you have an opinion on and should be taken seriously in every thread.
  • Mouser: Bruscar: Why is there no addendum with other House Representatives, who are not former prosecutors, as well as Senators who also support an investigation signing on? Why isn't the list of Congressmen calling for an investigation longer than my arm?

    Because the allegations are bogus and intended solely to sling mud at the President during the election campaign.  Please keep up with the rest of the class.


    He said it and there is proof that he never drew on the Marshalls....

    But you know ride or die for mr president.

    Honestly I doubt that Trump actually had anything to do with this from the getgo outside of maybe telling Barr that he wants it taken care of and maybe barr dealt with it or put it to a lackey, but Trump wants to sound like a tough guy as if he ordered it.

    But it is something that should be looked at.  And if it is something that was "ordered" even by some lackey of Barr's it should be punished.  Idgaf what side of the aisle you are on.  We have a constitution and it should be followed.
  • Invisible Obama: Prussian_Roulette: I'm sorry, when did enlightened progressives suddenly care about laws?  Stop me if these popular catch phrases sound like what people who support anything other than the Law of the Jungle would say: "Defund the Police" "ACAB" "Punch a Nazi" "Welcome to CHAZ, pay your protection fee".

    Dude, put the FOX News down.

    1. "Defund the Police", doesn't mean that anyone wants to completely abolish all law enforcement.  It means reducing funding to police departments and demilitarizing them (removing purely military hardware such as armored vehicles that most police departments should never have under any circumstance), and diverting that funding toward social services so that police can focus on violent crimes, while things like drug addiction, homelessness, and health and welfare checks can be handled by social workers and medical experts.

    2. "ACAB" is a short acronym or slogan that is an indictment of modern American law enforcement culture, of the idea that there's pervasive racism in American policing and a strong "us vs. them" atmosphere where police now see themselves more as an occupying army rather than members of the community there to help people, and they have no problem lying, deceiving, or misleading everyday people if it helps them get more arrests, rather than helping people and helping the community.

    3. Punch a Nazi is good.  Nazis have shown, repeatedly, for about the last 90 years, that they exploit cultures of tolerance to spread and corrupt people.  They whine about being oppressed, until they're strong enough to be the oppressor.  Even when they're the oppressor, they STILL try to point to others as their enemies to blame all their problems on and claim to be the victim.  There is no such thing as a good Nazi, end of story.  Letting them walk around and spread their ideology is sewing ideological poison, spreading toxic memes like an infectious mental virus. . .the only proper response to Nazis is swift and overwhelming force.

    4. The vast majority of leftists and progressives in the country really didn't give a shiat about CHAZ.  It got WAY more coverage on right-wing media than anywhere else, and was basically a short-lived anti-police protest that is now over.  Pretty much nobody saw it as a serious effort or proposal at a long-term replacement for police.  Also, we never heard much in the way of complaints from the residents of that area objecting to it.  They seemed fine with it.


    bro you had me for the first two, but I still maintain as I always have that punching someone for saying words is wrong, period. especially since farkers tend to be overly liberal (no pun intended) in labeling folks as nazis. I would argue that it's a stretch too far to call anyone not occupying or vying for public office (or in any other way attempting to gain real power) a nazi based off words and no action, and then using such a label as license for physical violence. if you're not for the first amendment protecting the most abhorrent speech, you're not for the first amendment. I also like how for your last point you both cite no sources and just speak for all those people assertively
  • way south: Interesting...   Why say "a guy" instead of saying that guy was the shiatbag murderer who gunned someone down in Portland and then evaded arrest before giving a vlog interview to brag about it and getting in a shootout with cops?


    None of those things warrant this disturbing violation of due process guaranteed to every shiatbag murderer by the Constitution.
  • BizarreMan: cretinbob: Apparently these " marshals" were hastily deputized and were guys like corrections officers and other people who were not career marshals.
    Makes you wonder why that is.

    The professionals couldn't be counted on to carry out the extra judicial execution?


    More like refused to do so.   if it can be proven trump ordered the man killed rather than arrested he should be arrested for 1st degree murder.
  • zippyZRX: winedrinkingman: waxbeans: cretinbob: easier to post links from PC

    So the marshal deputies give conflicting accounts.
    The guy did have a gun in his pocket.
    I have been assured that carrying a gun is an inalienable right and not at all illegal.

    Until it's not.
    Selective prosecution.
    Discharging a weapon in the city is against the law. But, seldom does self-defense shootings get charged with discharging a weapon.

    You have a constitutional right to self defense, so if you reasonably believe your life is in danger, that supersedes the law against discharging of a firearm.

    That said, simply having a gun on you, even if you are carrying it illegally, is not grounds to be killed by the police. If it were, the police would be justified in opening fire on all the militia guys, because every state has laws against private militias that make it illegal for private individuals to carry out their own private police/military operations.  You can use a gun to defend your home, but the minute you set up a perimeter around someone else's property "to protect it" you are breaking the law, unless their life is in immediate danger.

    Third thing, even if the shooting was a hundred percent legit and self defense on the part of the cops here, and Trump gave no order for them to make the shooting, but is claiming to have done so after the fact, it would be grounds to have any cases against anyone else that may have been working with the victim, thrown out, and it opens the government to civil lawsuits.  

    Finally, it is illegal as hell for a president to order the killing of an American, even one who is suspected of committing a crime, so giving such an order, even if it ends up the cops did not follow it, or were unaware that such an order had been given, means the president is guilty of a serious felony, so Trump is in fact claiming he committed murder by giving such an order.

    What pisses me off is that every conservative I know is just gonna turn red in the face, and stomp their feet, and angrily c ...

    https://www.aclu.org/video/aclu-ccr-la​wsuit-american-boy-killed-us-drone-str​ike

    You gonna arrest Obama or you wanna admit you arent shiat?


    Yes, people aiding and abetting terrorists in a foreign (hostile) country is totally the same as having somebody who killed 1 person executed on American soil.

    Totally the same.  No differences in those at.

    /s

    Don't get me wrong.  Obama's drone program was appalling and he should be held to account for it, just like Bush and just like Trump (drone strike tempo is actually higher under Trump than Obama), but your false equivalences are false.

    The moment you leave the country to fight with enemy combatants AGAINST the United States you become an enemy combatant.  Sorry you can't tell the difference between the two.  Should actually... just maybe, actually look into applicable laws?
  • FarkQued: herp a derp


    I've been meaning to ask:  how DO you GOP boys take that alien covid-causing semen Team Trump yammers about?

    Orally?

    Anally?
  • splelps: I would argue that it's a stretch too far to call anyone not occupying or vying for public office (or in any other way attempting to gain real power) a nazi based off words and no action,


    Counterpoint:  spewing Nazi propaganda helps Nazis, even if the spewer doesn't seek power himself.
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