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Re: Jersey City sees 3 shootings in less than 24 hours (Heights and Greenville)
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I've take to reading between the lines whenever I see an article, or comment from the JC Spokesperson, like this. "'uncooperative' with police", "feud between acquaintances". Sad, but you read enough of these and it's hard not to believe the subtext or hidden meaning you read in is actually there.

I'm thinking about this because I live in the Heights, and the shooting occurred literally 2 blocks from my apartment! Would someone else be concerned? Possibly new arrivals to the neighborhood would - but with my internal "Rosetta Stone", I have a picture of the people involved and somehow know they are the type I avoid, whose stores I stay out of, whose blocks I skirt.


People like you call people like me "racist" for expressing the exact same sentiment, just in blunter terms.

That's why I can't STAND "progressives," or your sanctimonious hypocrisy. I care about the truth, not your silly language games. And you know the truth as well as I do.

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Re: Sprout(s) at 70 Columbus
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This is not the same place. SFM is largely based on the west coast and is a chain a lot like Trader Joe's. A cheaper Whole Foods. When I lived in CA, I would shop there all the time - great selection, proves, and service.

The store in JC just used part of their name.



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Yahoo Finance Blurb

A deal may be in the works in the grocery business industry. Sprouts Farmers Market (SFM) soared in early trading after Bloomberg reported that privately held Albertsons was in talks with the organic grocer about a potential merger. A deal would add to Albertsons’ portfolio of supermarket brands, which includes Safeway, Vons and Shaws.


Wonder if they could get sued by the main Sprouts if they found out about this.

I don't think I could open my own fast food place and call it McDonald.

Posted on: 3/20 13:49
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Re: Fulop: Trump’s proposed budget would cost Jersey City $9.6M in HUD funding
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Hmmm so Trump gains $183 million in taxpayer money for the necessary expense of keeping Melania away from him and we get....budget cuts that don't even total that obscene amount and cuts tons of funding from people who aren't millionaires and actually need it?

Get some self esteem Monroe- even you should realize you deserve better than this.


Give me a break, do you want to break down every cost for every POTUS and their families? Right now, Obama is sunning himself on a private island in Tahiti-for a month-with Secret Service protection-an island with one hotel, where rooms start at $2K a night. Michelle is god knows where getting protection, as are both kids, one in DC and the other in NY.

How much is that costing us? Obama just signed a $60 million dollar book deal, and we're paying for SS protection at each of his three US residences to boot-should he kick some cash in?

And Obama's policies DOUBLED OUR FREAKING NATIONAL DEBT, and you're obsessed with the First Lady and child getting protection? If you can't get a grip, go buy one.


http://www.crfb.org/blogs/has-preside ... ama-doubled-national-debt


Even your liberal site admits this is true, it just presents some excuses for people like you to take the blame off him.

Posted on: 3/18 14:48
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Re: Gold Coast Broadband & Verizon Fios
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This sounds like some seriously corrupt bullshit.

This crooked developer forces everyone to use his garbage internet service? Which I'm sure is extremely overpriced.

Really should be illegal. And I generally don't like government making these kinds of laws.

Posted on: 3/17 22:56
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Re: Trump Our New President
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I think I he big guy in this thread posted some of Trump's positions. He basically said that if liberals were told the Republican presidential propossed this this and this they would gladly accept it. Maybe he can weigh in?


I'm the one who posted that. It remains true.

Many liberals absolutely hate Trump for two reasons. First, it is a way to avoid admitting to themselves that they were totally 100% wrong about Trump having zero chance of winning. They said this over and over again for months. Because their brains can't process how wrong and stupid they were, as a defense mechanism, they have increased rage towards Trump. They also blame other Americans for making them look stupid (dishonestly claiming it's actually the others who are dumb).

Second, their hatred stems from pure emotion, not rationality. Trump does indeed support more liberal positions than any Republican president in modern history, but because they've already been calling him Hitler and a bigoted xenophobic rapist for months if not years, they're too far down the rabbit hole to turn back now.

They are a lost cause and they aren't worth even reaching out to. Instead, reach out to the moderates, who are more connected with reality.
dude, i'm a liberal and i never called trump a hitler. an a_shole or scumbag, yes. and many republicans were calling him that before he got elected amd many republicans thought/hoped that he would not get elected.

as for leadership, i'm shocked that it is ryan putting up a plan for healthcare eform with no input from the insurers, hospitals as per the head of one large hospital operator that appeared on bloomberg.


That's nice that you haven't. Most liberals have (or agree with media that has), and my post applies to almost all of them.

Posted on: 3/9 19:41
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Re: Trump Our New President
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I think I he big guy in this thread posted some of Trump's positions. He basically said that if liberals were told the Republican presidential propossed this this and this they would gladly accept it. Maybe he can weigh in?


I'm the one who posted that. It remains true.

Many liberals absolutely hate Trump for two reasons. First, it is a way to avoid admitting to themselves that they were totally 100% wrong about Trump having zero chance of winning. They said this over and over again for months. Because their brains can't process how wrong and stupid they were, as a defense mechanism, they have increased rage towards Trump. They also blame other Americans for making them look stupid (dishonestly claiming it's actually the others who are dumb).

Second, their hatred stems from pure emotion, not rationality. Trump does indeed support more liberal positions than any Republican president in modern history, but because they've already been calling him Hitler and a bigoted xenophobic rapist for months if not years, they're too far down the rabbit hole to turn back now.

They are a lost cause and they aren't worth even reaching out to. Instead, reach out to the moderates, who are more connected with reality.

Posted on: 3/9 18:38
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Re: Trump Our New President
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I am so tired of people complaining about the bafoon who is the president. Its the DEMOCRAPS fault because they choose the WORST person in the world. The DEMOCRAPS stood by and did nothing while Debbie Wasserman Shultz and that other CNN FAKE JOURNALIST rigged the primary against Bernie. Was Clinton the best you could do? Then you deserve to LOOSE to the Baffoon.
nope...we have the worst candidate because by and large americans are simply stupid....and that includes some of my friends and family.. PERIOD. i almost fell on the floor, when i read in new york times about north carolina woman and her husband who voted for the first time....they voted for trump because they thought he would do a better job on healthcare...now, they are worried that they would not be able to even get/afford health insurance under ryancare

hillary clinton was not the most exciting candidate, but they turned her into a witch.


Please.... she is a witch, and that was clearly demonstrated when she did not even have the guts to comedown and thank her supporters on election night. Apparently she was preoccupied trashing her hotel suite.

http://www.campusreform.org/?ID=8889


You posted a great article that deserves further discussion here. There's also a great article right from NYU.

Apparently, the liberals at NYU swapped the genders of Trump and Hillary and reenacted one of the debates. The liberals were expecting it to show how Hillary got screwed over because she was a woman.

Instead, they were shocked to find the opposite. They realized they ONLY liked Hillary BECAUSE she was a woman. When her exact words and actions were played by a man, they saw what the rest of the country saw - she was a slimy used car salesman.

And they liked female Trump a LOT.

They made their own heads explode, lol.

Posted on: 3/9 17:52
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Re: Bayonne man steals $3K bike in Jersey City burglary spree, cops say (Downtown)
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I wanted to see the actual bike, rather than his picture. It's great that he's been caught and everything but $ 3000 for a bike? Is it made of silver or something?

For that kind of money, the bike should pedal itself.



Many bikes are massive ripoffs.

Posted on: 3/9 17:47
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Re: Trump Our New President
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In addition to President Trump's spectacular success on jobs, illegal border crossings are already down 40%.

Trump will go down as one of the best presidents we've ever had.

http://www.cnn.com/2017/03/08/politic ... ge-drop-trump-tough-talk/

Posted on: 3/8 21:28
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Oh wow, a Politico article! Better post it to score some political points!

Posted on: 3/8 14:37
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Trump's first full month in office has shattered expectations, leading to the most new jobs being created in many years. I'm looking forward to 8 more years of this!

http://www.cnbc.com/2017/03/08/privat ... bs-february-2017-adp.html

Posted on: 3/8 12:38
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Re: Trump Our New President
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See that Saudi Arabia and it's practices pose a threat to the US


I'm glad to hear a conservative say that. I've seen too many Trump fans parrot his positions without using critical thinking skills.

(I know Hillary/Obama fans do the same. I don't like this either).


I'm a huge Trump supporter and I absolutely hate Saudi Arabia.

However, for the time being they are a necessary ally, unfortunately. Both because of their oil and because they will be funding the safe zones that refugees will go to, which is a more appropriate place for them than here anyway.


Using allies over there is fine.

I'm more concerned with defense of our own country. And you can't tell me we're keeping our country safe by allowing Saudi Arabians in the country after 9/11. There's no comparison between Iran and Saudi Arabia. It's a joke.


This is a silly point. Saudi Arabia will be added to the list when we don't need them anymore. Unfortunately, that probably won't be for a while.

But the perfect is not the enemy of the good.


You're missing the point. We don't need Saudis in our country period.

Yes, it's great to have a strategic ally in the Middle East. But not at the expense of keeping our border vulnerable to terrorist attacks. What happens over here is much more of a direct threat than what happens over there.



No, you are missing the point. The perfect is not the enemy of the good.

The list for the travel ban is just a good start. Of course it could be improved if other countries were added. But what we have now still is helpful.

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Re: Trump Our New President
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Question: What do you call a person who knowingly makes false claims, statements and accusations ?

Answer: TRUMP A liar


Actually, you call that person Khizr Khan. Exploiting his dead son for political gain wasn't enough, had to double down on the lies.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wo ... travel-may-be-unraveling/

Khizr Khan’s claim that the U.S. is restricting his travel may be unraveling

Posted on: 3/7 19:38
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Re: Trump Our New President
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See that Saudi Arabia and it's practices pose a threat to the US


I'm glad to hear a conservative say that. I've seen too many Trump fans parrot his positions without using critical thinking skills.

(I know Hillary/Obama fans do the same. I don't like this either).


I'm a huge Trump supporter and I absolutely hate Saudi Arabia.

However, for the time being they are a necessary ally, unfortunately. Both because of their oil and because they will be funding the safe zones that refugees will go to, which is a more appropriate place for them than here anyway.


Using allies over there is fine.

I'm more concerned with defense of our own country. And you can't tell me we're keeping our country safe by allowing Saudi Arabians in the country after 9/11. There's no comparison between Iran and Saudi Arabia. It's a joke.


This is a silly point. Saudi Arabia will be added to the list when we don't need them anymore. Unfortunately, that probably won't be for a while.

But the perfect is not the enemy of the good.

Posted on: 3/7 18:42
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Re: Trump Our New President
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135jc wrote:
See that Saudi Arabia and it's practices pose a threat to the US


I'm glad to hear a conservative say that. I've seen too many Trump fans parrot his positions without using critical thinking skills.

(I know Hillary/Obama fans do the same. I don't like this either).


I'm a huge Trump supporter and I absolutely hate Saudi Arabia.

However, for the time being they are a necessary ally, unfortunately. Both because of their oil and because they will be funding the safe zones that refugees will go to, which is a more appropriate place for them than here anyway.

Posted on: 3/7 17:44
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Re: Jersey City mulls changes to pedestrian plaza to address rowdy bar-goers
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However, this applies to all of Downtown not just Bars. No police for you!

As the Councilwoman stated "East District has been often running at minimum staffing levels (which doesn't provide for consistent visible presence. With retirements and new officers coming out of academy, they go to South & West Districts."





That's because large parts of Jersey City are violent dumps that need the police, while downtown does not. Sometimes the truth hurts.

Now, if crime (muggings) is actually going up, that's another matter.

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Re: Trump Our New President
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Another day, another liberal arrested for committing hate crimes.

This time, right in NYC.

A 65 year old Hispanic man (Puerto Rican and Colombian) was arrested and charged with hate crimes after being caught writing “KKK” and “Mexican Go Home” on Penn Station walls. Keep it coming!

http://nypost.com/2017/03/06/man-arre ... wastikas-in-penn-station/

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Re: Trump Pics Mega Thread
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I think the Schumer/Putin bromance is much more interesting then Trumps….those glances though ..

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LOL! I love how these are real pictures too, not fantasies dreamed up by deluded liberals disconnected from reality!

Posted on: 3/4 13:02
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Obama is a real piece of crap, who wants to see this country torn apart. He's been leading the effort to impeach Trump, because he's a raging narcissist (far more than Trump) who only cares about his "legacy."

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/artic ... -moves-Kaloroma-home.html

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Re: Trump Our New President
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JCMan8 wrote:
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I'll leave the story of the typical Trump supporter right here.

http://myfox8.com/2017/03/03/nc-man-a ... ive-in-trump-country-now/


One point for you, over 30 for me. Which ones are the "isolated incidents" again?


But how many points do we get for Pence being a total hypocrite and riling up loons like you over Hilary's emails while he did the exact same thing and got hacked?


This was another of your silly deflections, because you've been nailed dead to rights on the "hate crimes" thing.

It's also completely incorrect, which is what I expect from you. Even the very liberal Washington Post (which has a ridiculous "Democracy Dies in Darkness" header) debunked this bit of fake news you've tried to disseminate as a distraction.

Why Mike Pence’s private email account is way different from Hillary Clinton’s

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/th ... s/?utm_term=.be30ff088e0d

Hint, things like this are why you guys keep losing. No points for you!


That article didn't debunk anything. Did someone tell you it did and you're just repeating that fact to make it true?


You incorrectly stated that Pence did "the exact same thing" as Hillary. Even a 5 year old can read the article, which discusses the many differences between them.

Such as Pence followed the law while Hillary didn't. It was legal for a government employee to have a private email but illegal for Hillary to set up her own server.

And Pence used his work email for work (along with some work stuff on his personal account), while Hillary didn't bother using a work email because she wanted to hide everything on her illegal private server.

And Pence archived everything on his personal account (which is why this is even a story), while Hillary, after receiving a Congressional subpoena, deleted over 30,000 emails from her illegal private server.

I would go on, but since you seem to have trouble reading, I don't think there's much point. The linked article gets into detail. Rough day for you, buddy.


Awww look at you getting all frazzled and worked up over a simple story!


Lol, that's what I thought.

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Re: Trump Our New President
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TonyTwoPoops wrote:
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Hamparkvet wrote:
I'll leave the story of the typical Trump supporter right here.

http://myfox8.com/2017/03/03/nc-man-a ... ive-in-trump-country-now/


One point for you, over 30 for me. Which ones are the "isolated incidents" again?


But how many points do we get for Pence being a total hypocrite and riling up loons like you over Hilary's emails while he did the exact same thing and got hacked?


This was another of your silly deflections, because you've been nailed dead to rights on the "hate crimes" thing.

It's also completely incorrect, which is what I expect from you. Even the very liberal Washington Post (which has a ridiculous "Democracy Dies in Darkness" header) debunked this bit of fake news you've tried to disseminate as a distraction.

Why Mike Pence’s private email account is way different from Hillary Clinton’s

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/th ... s/?utm_term=.be30ff088e0d

Hint, things like this are why you guys keep losing. No points for you!


That article didn't debunk anything. Did someone tell you it did and you're just repeating that fact to make it true?


You incorrectly stated that Pence did "the exact same thing" as Hillary. Even a 5 year old can read the article, which discusses the many differences between them.

Such as Pence followed the law while Hillary didn't. It was legal for a government employee to have a private email but illegal for Hillary to set up her own server.

And Pence used his work email for work (along with some work stuff on his personal account), while Hillary didn't bother using a work email because she wanted to hide everything on her illegal private server.

And Pence archived everything on his personal account (which is why this is even a story), while Hillary, after receiving a Congressional subpoena, deleted over 30,000 emails from her illegal private server.

I would go on, but since you seem to have trouble reading, I don't think there's much point. The linked article gets into detail. Rough day for you, buddy.

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Re: Trump Our New President
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TonyTwoPoops wrote:
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JCMan8 wrote:
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Hamparkvet wrote:
I'll leave the story of the typical Trump supporter right here.

http://myfox8.com/2017/03/03/nc-man-a ... ive-in-trump-country-now/


One point for you, over 30 for me. Which ones are the "isolated incidents" again?


But how many points do we get for Pence being a total hypocrite and riling up loons like you over Hilary's emails while he did the exact same thing and got hacked?


This was another of your silly deflections, because you've been nailed dead to rights on the "hate crimes" thing.

It's also completely incorrect, which is what I expect from you. Even the very liberal Washington Post (which has a ridiculous "Democracy Dies in Darkness" header) debunked this bit of fake news you've tried to disseminate as a distraction.

Why Mike Pence’s private email account is way different from Hillary Clinton’s

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/th ... s/?utm_term=.be30ff088e0d

Hint, things like this are why you guys keep losing. No points for you!

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Re: Trump Our New President
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Hamparkvet wrote:
I'll leave the story of the typical Trump supporter right here.

http://myfox8.com/2017/03/03/nc-man-a ... ive-in-trump-country-now/


One point for you, over 30 for me. Which ones are the "isolated incidents" again?

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Re: Trump Our New President
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Third Street Hats, you seem to think making an ad hominem attack on the source somehow means that these liberals weren't caught red-handed perpetuating fake hate crimes.

Many of the "hate crimes" mainstream media organizations like the New York Times hype up (like their This Week In Hate section), were never reported to the police to begin with. Didn't stop these organizations from falsely pretending there was some rash of actual hate crimes. While some probably were committed by Trump supporters, I think these were the isolated incidents, considering far more liberals have been caught red-handed.

I'll link to some more articles compiling fake hate crimes committed by liberals. I'm sure you will take the intellectually lazy approach of just blaming the website, but each fake hate crime is well documented by reliable sources in the link:

http://www.breitbart.com/big-governme ... ost-election-hate-hoaxes/

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2016/12/21/ ... urn-out-to-be-hoaxes.html

And I will repeat the main point: liberals and the mass media have tried to smear Trump by insinuating that his supporters are committing hate crimes. In reality, most of these have either been outright made up by the "victim," or committed by a die-hard liberal. I look forward to seeing more liberals get arrested for their acts.

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Re: Trump Our New President
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SOS, cute deflection but more than 30 "hate crimes" supposedly committed by Trump supporters were found to have been caused by liberals in the 2 month period from Electiom Day to December 31, 2016 alone.

http://lidblog.com/top-30-fake-hate-crimes/

FAR from isolated incidents, liberals are the primary perpetrators.

Like I said, I look forward to seeing more liberals get arrested!

Posted on: 3/3 14:55
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Re: Trump Our New President
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The story has nothing to do with anything but a crazy ex-boyfriend. NeoCons will make fake news out of it though.


Yeah, right lol. I'm sure if this was a white Trump supporter who had a vendetta with an ex you'd be singing the same tune.

You guys are so cute with your deflections. Can't wait to see more liberals arrested!

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Re: Trump Our New President
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A black Muslim Bernie voter who used to work for the liberal media was arrested for calling in a bunch of bomb threats at Jewish Community Centers, Jewish schools and Jewish museums around the country.

Too perfect, you can't even make this stuff up!

http://dailycaller.com/2017/03/03/ant ... mb-threats/#ixzz4aHhESV7F


And Mike Pence used a hacked aol email account to conduct state business! But sure- get hung up on how BLACK and MUSLIM this guy is.

You can't make this stuff up!


You really can't, it's just too perfect.

Btw, the most important detail of the story is that he was a die-hard liberal who worked for the media and was trying to make Trump supporters look bad. He joins a long list of liberals who have committed fake hate crimes.

Take a look at some of his racist social media postings:

http://m.imgur.com/a/oBPoz


You were pretty riled up about Hilary's emails. Why the sudden change of heart?

No one needs someone to make Trump supporters look bad they do all the hard work themselves.

Like how no matter what the crime is - its invisible to you if it's committed by a white Republican. No one needs to put a PR spin on it for me to notice that you were foaming at the mouth at this dude being black and Muslim. So what?


Lol, keep frantically deflecting. It's adorable.

Can't wait for more die-hard liberals to be arrested for antisemetism and calling in bomb threats to Jewish institutions. Just as so many "hate crimes" reported immediately after the election were actually caused by liberals, we will see the same for the antisemetism.

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Re: Trump Our New President
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TonyTwoPoops wrote:
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JCMan8 wrote:
A black Muslim Bernie voter who used to work for the liberal media was arrested for calling in a bunch of bomb threats at Jewish Community Centers, Jewish schools and Jewish museums around the country.

Too perfect, you can't even make this stuff up!

http://dailycaller.com/2017/03/03/ant ... mb-threats/#ixzz4aHhESV7F


And Mike Pence used a hacked aol email account to conduct state business! But sure- get hung up on how BLACK and MUSLIM this guy is.

You can't make this stuff up!


You really can't, it's just too perfect.

Btw, the most important detail of the story is that he was a die-hard liberal who worked for the media and was trying to make Trump supporters look bad. He joins a long list of liberals who have committed fake hate crimes.

Take a look at some of his racist social media postings:

http://m.imgur.com/a/oBPoz

Posted on: 3/3 12:59
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Re: Trump Our New President
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A black Muslim Bernie voter who used to work for the liberal media was arrested for calling in a bunch of bomb threats at Jewish Community Centers, Jewish schools and Jewish museums around the country.

Too perfect, you can't even make this stuff up!

http://dailycaller.com/2017/03/03/ant ... mb-threats/#ixzz4aHhESV7F


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Re: time to boycott burger king?
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Do whatever you want. They won't miss your patronage.

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