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Re: Trump Our New President
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I should clarify. I was not suggesting you are out of work Pebble, I was referring to the guy in your article.

So you result in name calling if someone disagrees with you? Very mature! I guess William H Buckley said it best

"Liberals claim to want to give a hearing to other views, but then are shocked and offended to discover that there are other views"


Trump calls people losers all the time. You support someone who literally makes fun of the disabled. And wants to take away their health insurance. You can stop pretending to be offended by name calling.

Posted on: 6/23 22:34
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Ha! What is it like to talk to JCman8 or Monroe in real life?? I just assume everyone nods their head and starts to back away slowly. "Your misogyny is showing" LOL

Posted on: 6/21 18:39
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Re: Jersey City Project Eat -Eat-Drink-Enjoy-Repeat
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I think you're confusing it with the all about downtown festival. Project Eats is organized by an individual (originally was the owner of Kanibal Home but I'm not sure if it's still just her) and it's supposed to be a curated food festival. It's never been exclusively JC and you have to be selected to have a spot. Which I appreciate since there seems to be a lot of crap when it's open to anyone willing to pay the vendors fee...

Posted on: 6/21 18:29
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Re: How Jared Kushner and others gerrymander to sell visas to foreigners — at a steep discount
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Tony, tony, please link us to your concerns over the last 8 years over the EB5 abuses. Ya know, when your guy Barack Hussein Obama was in the White House, and his fanboy Chuckie Schumer was the Senate leader. Get back to me when you dig that up, thankee!


Gee can't seem to find anything showing Obama's son in law/top advisor (lol) directly profiting off of this abuse. Let me know when you dig that up big guy!


You are right he doesn't. Instead Obama has a half brother that he allows to live in poverty


LOL Malik Obama?? I am okay with Obama distancing himself from that guy.

Since when do you care about anyone living in poverty? You enthusiastically support someone who wants to make healthcare unaffordable and cut funding for almost all social programs that would actually help poor people. You're going to pretend to care about the underprivileged now with this ass backwards deflection?



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Re: How Jared Kushner and others gerrymander to sell visas to foreigners — at a steep discount
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Tony, tony, please link us to your concerns over the last 8 years over the EB5 abuses. Ya know, when your guy Barack Hussein Obama was in the White House, and his fanboy Chuckie Schumer was the Senate leader. Get back to me when you dig that up, thankee!


Gee can't seem to find anything showing Obama's son in law/top advisor (lol) directly profiting off of this abuse. Let me know when you dig that up big guy!

Posted on: 6/19 18:56
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Re: How Jared Kushner and others gerrymander to sell visas to foreigners — at a steep discount
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A perfect example why PBS should be defunded from Federal funding, as this is overtly political. Where the eff was PBS during the Obama administration on this subject? The program has been in existence for years and supported by many Democrats.


You're OBSESSED with someone who isn't the president anymore. Why do you assume people who don't like Trump would be okay with that same shitty behavior as long as it came from a democrat? Obama wasn't the father in law of the people profiting off these sales. That's the big difference that you willfully ignore.

Any news source that isn't FOX news only appears to have a liberal bias because you've been brainwashed and can no longer think rationally. It's so sad and pathetic.



Silly response. PBS couldn't care less about the people involved in this program unless they were criminally involved, then dogpiles on Kushner. If you don't have a clue, you may rent or buy one to connect the dots. Senator Schumer? LOVED the program in NY, where the gerrymandering was done to include Harlem and Bed Stuy to get stuff built-much, much larger $ than in JC.


No one is disagreeing that it's a messed up and corrupt system. You're just the only buffoon who is hung up on not doing anything about it now. Maybe if your boy Trump didn't screw up everything he touches no one would have even noticed the Kushner's shady business dealings (well except that it's literally run by ex-cons but whatevs!). He only has himself to blame even though he's got chumps like you blaming PBS (...which LOL at that deflection because you sound insane).

How about you focus on what is morally and ethically wrong with your own big boy brain instead of repeating the talking points your orange overlord gave you?

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Re: How Jared Kushner and others gerrymander to sell visas to foreigners — at a steep discount
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Monroe wrote:
A perfect example why PBS should be defunded from Federal funding, as this is overtly political. Where the eff was PBS during the Obama administration on this subject? The program has been in existence for years and supported by many Democrats.


You're OBSESSED with someone who isn't the president anymore. Why do you assume people who don't like Trump would be okay with that same shitty behavior as long as it came from a democrat? Obama wasn't the father in law of the people profiting off these sales. That's the big difference that you willfully ignore.

Any news source that isn't FOX news only appears to have a liberal bias because you've been brainwashed and can no longer think rationally. It's so sad and pathetic.


Posted on: 6/19 17:10
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Re: Trump Our New President
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I just heard that not only was this guy a Bernie supporter, he actually worked on the Sander's campaign. Maybe we need background checks for political workers?


What would that do? People need access to mental healthcare not acccess to firearms.


Took that right off a bumper sticker? If life could only be lived through Hallmark greeting cards and bumper stickers.

With all your attention riveted on the Portland incident, still have not seen you denounce the incident from this morning. Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump did that sooner than you!


The idea that better access to mental healthcare = less crazy people isn't too complex of a concept that I would need it fed to me as a talking point....and I've never actually seen that on a bumper sticker since I don't think that's something people aren't aware of?

LOL and what am I denouncing as someone who doesn't hold office? I'm pro getting these people help so we don't have them running around shooting people. You advocate for someone who wants to make healthcare less accessible and more expensive.

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Re: Trump Our New President
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ETA: The Portland shooter flip flopped, didn't vote, and was more anti-Hilary than anything else. But Trump rhetoric is directly responsible for the rise in hate crimes and statistics prove it. That should concern you just as much. Or if anything just give a shit about giving the mentally ill better access to care and less access to guns.

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Re: Trump Our New President
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Gun control has nothing to do with Kathy Griffith carrying around a severed POTUS head, or Caesar dressed as our POTUS being stabbed to death in Shakespeare in the Park.


Wow if those two incidents in which no one was actually harmed are so disturbing for you then you must be really upset about the victim in Portland who was killed trying to protect two Muslim girls from that racist lunatic. Right? Weird how our president barely mentioned those attacks but has you foaming at the mouth over a photograph and a play. I wonder why that is...


First, the lunatic out west was, like today's shooter, a Bernie fan. Next, our President didn't 'barely' mention it, he reacted quite strongly. Finally, I'm hardly frothing at the mouth. Other than that you're spot on, as usual!


And he hated Hilary, supported Trump, and clearly expressed alt right anti-Muslim views. You're holding onto the fact that at one point he supported Bernie even though his Facebook clearly shows he ended up ultimately supporting Trump. It took Trump three days to eventually tweet out a comment about it. That's a strong reaction to you? How so?


Hey Monroe- Bernie has already released a sincere and lengthy statement denouncing this guy compared to Trump taking an entire weekend to tweet. Just an FYI. I'm sure you'll ignore this post since it points out all the inaccuracies in the talking points you've been fed. :)


Once again strange response... I have yet to see you denounce the violent attack this morning yet you seem to be concerned only about who expressed condolences first after two violent incidents with no connection. Odd...


oh man I'm sorry you have trouble following :( If you scroll up on this thread you'll see I was responding to Monroe's concerns about the left causing violent attacks and letting him know Trump voters incite violence as well...and actually kill people. We should be concerned at both. He claimed the Portland attacker was a Bernie supporter but sources show he actually ended up voting for Trump. I just wanted to make sure that he was upset about all the domestic terrorists that have crappy access to mental healthcare but plenty of access to guns.

I'm sorry this is so hard for you. I'm sure you'll catch on soon big guy!

Posted on: 6/14 13:45
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Monroe wrote:
I just heard that not only was this guy a Bernie supporter, he actually worked on the Sander's campaign. Maybe we need background checks for political workers?


What would that do? People need access to mental healthcare not acccess to firearms.

Posted on: 6/14 13:32
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Gun control has nothing to do with Kathy Griffith carrying around a severed POTUS head, or Caesar dressed as our POTUS being stabbed to death in Shakespeare in the Park.


Wow if those two incidents in which no one was actually harmed are so disturbing for you then you must be really upset about the victim in Portland who was killed trying to protect two Muslim girls from that racist lunatic. Right? Weird how our president barely mentioned those attacks but has you foaming at the mouth over a photograph and a play. I wonder why that is...


Strange response... interesting how you connect random dots and draw your odd conclusions or questions.


Psssst....that's how your brain works when you use it to think for yourself. Try it sometime!

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Re: Trump Our New President
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Gun control has nothing to do with Kathy Griffith carrying around a severed POTUS head, or Caesar dressed as our POTUS being stabbed to death in Shakespeare in the Park.


Wow if those two incidents in which no one was actually harmed are so disturbing for you then you must be really upset about the victim in Portland who was killed trying to protect two Muslim girls from that racist lunatic. Right? Weird how our president barely mentioned those attacks but has you foaming at the mouth over a photograph and a play. I wonder why that is...


First, the lunatic out west was, like today's shooter, a Bernie fan. Next, our President didn't 'barely' mention it, he reacted quite strongly. Finally, I'm hardly frothing at the mouth. Other than that you're spot on, as usual!


And he hated Hilary, supported Trump, and clearly expressed alt right anti-Muslim views. You're holding onto the fact that at one point he supported Bernie even though his Facebook clearly shows he ended up ultimately supporting Trump. It took Trump three days to eventually tweet out a comment about it. That's a strong reaction to you? How so?


Hey Monroe- Bernie has already released a sincere and lengthy statement denouncing this guy compared to Trump taking an entire weekend to tweet. Just an FYI. I'm sure you'll ignore this post since it points out all the inaccuracies in the talking points you've been fed. :)

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Re: Trump Our New President
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Gun control has nothing to do with Kathy Griffith carrying around a severed POTUS head, or Caesar dressed as our POTUS being stabbed to death in Shakespeare in the Park.


Wow if those two incidents in which no one was actually harmed are so disturbing for you then you must be really upset about the victim in Portland who was killed trying to protect two Muslim girls from that racist lunatic. Right? Weird how our president barely mentioned those attacks but has you foaming at the mouth over a photograph and a play. I wonder why that is...


First, the lunatic out west was, like today's shooter, a Bernie fan. Next, our President didn't 'barely' mention it, he reacted quite strongly. Finally, I'm hardly frothing at the mouth. Other than that you're spot on, as usual!


And he hated Hilary, supported Trump, and clearly expressed alt right anti-Muslim views. You're holding onto the fact that at one point he supported Bernie even though his Facebook clearly shows he ended up ultimately supporting Trump. It took Trump three days to eventually tweet out a comment about it. That's a strong reaction to you? How so?

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Re: Trump Our New President
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Gun control has nothing to do with Kathy Griffith carrying around a severed POTUS head, or Caesar dressed as our POTUS being stabbed to death in Shakespeare in the Park.


Wow if those two incidents in which no one was actually harmed are so disturbing for you then you must be really upset about the victim in Portland who was killed trying to protect two Muslim girls from that racist lunatic. Right? Weird how our president barely mentioned those attacks but has you foaming at the mouth over a photograph and a play. I wonder why that is...

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Re: Trump Our New President
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Liberals - who are brainwashed by vicious lies from our traitorous mass media - have now resorted to trying to kill Republicans because they can't win elections.

"Rep. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., told Fox News he left just before the shooting. As he walked to his car, a man asked DeSantis if it was Republicans or Democrats practicing. About 3 minutes later, at around 7:15 a.m., the shooting began, DeSantis said. It reportedly lasted about 10 minutes.

Without the Capitol Hill police it would have been a massacre," Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., told Fox News, describing the scene as "sort of a killing field."

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/06/14/ ... multiple-people-shot.html


...but I thought liberals were the ones who wanted to take away all your guns?? Or does that not fit your narrative today?

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Re: Trump Our New President
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Do you suppose Comey has the meeting notes where Loretta Lynch told him not to use the phrase HRC Email Investigation.... but refer to it as a "email server matter"?

And what a coincidence that HRC and her leftist media rump swabs were using the same euphemism to describe what for anyone else would be called an investigation.

Remember how they finally got her to sit down and talk with her about her email server matter. I believe Comey personally handled that too because that is a personal service delivered by all FBI Director's to corrupt democrat presidential candidates. The democrat elites love their "white glove" FBI service.


Remember how she's not the president? No one should be okay with this no matter what party. Stop doing the mental gymnastics required to stay blindly loyal. The act of using your brain to think critically and rationally is fun! You should try it some time.

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Re: chalk messages around downtown.
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lol-SOS, you do know that the GWB was never shut down, don't you? You may want to think the whole thing through a little better.


Uh oh someone was using facts and their ability to think critically to question your orange leader! Time to deflect by obsessing over obvious hyperbole!!

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Re: JC Family Booted Off JetBlue Flight Over Carry-On Cake
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Racist, anti-Semite Sharpton won't be getting any more White House visits anytime soon-and is not letting someone bring a cake on a plane racist anyway? Did a white family get to keep their cake onboard?


Trump claims to be friends with Sharpton and has donated to his organization. I hope this news doesn't trigger you.


lol

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Re: chalk messages around downtown.
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I may have to bike downtown today to see the billowing clouds of chalk dust, after our President took Chuckie Schumer's October suggestion and got rid of Comey. Wait, Chuckie was for it before he was against it??



Brillant move by our great leader Trump to end investigation into campaign ties with Russia. Similar move worked so well by Nixon. Liberal progressive democrats say this like throwing gasoline on fire. How can it fail?


Comey himself told Trump on three separate occasions that he wasn't being investigated for anything.

So no, not like Nixon. And "liberal progressive democrats" say all sorts of things, but none of them are usually true.


Lol. If you didn't have hundreds of posts on here showing what a proud racist you are I would really wonder how much money a Nigerian prince had swindled out of you by now...

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Re: chalk messages around downtown.
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What's it like to get butthurt over chalk messages while supporting a president who acts like a giant pouty toddler as a result of his obvious dementia?

Actually never mind- who cares? He'll be in jail soon anyways :)

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Re: chalk messages around downtown.
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Being amused by seeing snowflakes think they're promoting change and resistance by chalking a message is crying and whining?


I'm not promoting chalk messages. But if they bother you enough to create a new thread about it, you need to put your big boy pants on.


Except a) I didn't start the thread, and b) I'm not bothered, I'm amused. It's like watching a 2 year old throw himself on the floor in the supermarket and cry that he can't get some new cereal he saw on tv.


Can't everyone see how hard he doesn't care by his comments on this thread?!


My first post on this thread was #53-after you'd posted many times . . . as I said, I'm not offended, I'm amused. Every chalk scratching is another snowflake acting out for all of us to see. It's hilarious!


Monroe definitely doesn't care and his comments totally aren't him acting out! Everyone got that? He's just laughing so hard that his fingers are accidentally hitting the keyboard and forming words.

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Re: chalk messages around downtown.
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Being amused by seeing snowflakes think they're promoting change and resistance by chalking a message is crying and whining?


I'm not promoting chalk messages. But if they bother you enough to create a new thread about it, you need to put your big boy pants on.


Except a) I didn't start the thread, and b) I'm not bothered, I'm amused. It's like watching a 2 year old throw himself on the floor in the supermarket and cry that he can't get some new cereal he saw on tv.


Can't everyone see how hard he doesn't care by his comments on this thread?!

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Re: chalk messages around downtown.
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I like how JCMan8 and Monroe proudly admit they are okay with being lied to and cite sources notorious for spreading fake news.....and then whine and cry when no one takes their rantings on here seriously. You're a joke! No one trusts anything you have to say anymore- you've lost credibility and it's your own fault.

It's hilarious when you step away for awhile and come back to see that once JCMAN8 gets called on his bullshit he just becomes obsessed on who truly believes what message and goes in circles so he doesn't have to address what actually matters or reality. Just because Trump & co know that tactic works on people like you doesn't mean everyone else is as easily manipulated.

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Re: chalk messages around downtown.
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These messages aren't racist or sexist so why you are even bringing that up as a counterpoint is beyond me.


You still don't get it. Much of life is political. People make up their reasoning. If you didn't like the messages (because they were pro-Trump, or anti-liberal), you'd make up reasons why they should be erased. That's what liberals tried for many years, trying to shut down conservative ideas by pretending they were "racist," bigoted, sexist, etc. All bullshit. But thankfully, many people have caught on to these tactics.

Applying that broad principle to here, I correctly observed that the commenters here who defend the chalk do so because they agree with its messaging, and simply make up reasons why the OP should shut up. They'd be singing a very different tune if they didn't agree with the message.



There's literally no controversy here- it's a troll account trying to stir shit and people are mocking them appropriately. You look and sound ridiculous.

If I were you I'd have bigger concerns-like the president you voted for that is about to get busted for treason and wants to take away healthcare from millions of people (including thousands of veterans). If I were you I'd be more concerned with that than chalk messages on the sidewalk. Maybe if you paid closer attention to things that actually matter you wouldn't be looking like a chump right now.

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Re: chalk messages around downtown.
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This is too easy. I'm calling troll.

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"I don't feel this is venting, so much as putting the feelers out there to see if there are other rational people who feel the same way I do."

I'll make this very clear for you. Much of life comes down to politics, and people always lie about their reasoning.

Here, there are many liberals who agree with the message expressed by the chalk. So they will support the chalk, and couch their reasoning in a bunch of bullshit.

If the chalk was demonizing Hillary, they'd completely change their tune. Maybe not every single person, but most of them.

$100 says that most people here defending the chalk or arguing with you did not vote for Trump.

As for myself, I don't agree with the chalk and it is annoying, but ultimately it's just a nuisance. Liberals are crybabies and constantly throw temper tantrums as a result of Hillary's historic loss (and the fact that they were 100% wrong about everything they said for 18 months straight), and this is just more crying.

The chalk is easy enough to ignore. I'd prefer that the perpetrators get arrested for vandalism, but the cops probably don't care.



It's sad that they've brainwashed you on the "Us vs Them" mentality to the point that you're still crying about liberals while the government screws all of us no matter what our party affiliation is. They've got you hollering about Hilary and Obama while Trump and friends get investigated for treason. :)


More like I called out sanctimonious liars like yourself who would tell the OP to get a life and worry about other things solely because you agree with the chalk. But if different messages were expressed, you'd be the first to be outraged over "racism", sexism, etc., you know, anything against the liberal agenda.

And pretending that you are on the side of the little guy and against government oppression is just rich :) You were one of the biggest Hillary boosters, and would be telling us how great she was if she got elected.


Yikes. Look at that spin and deflection! These messages aren't racist or sexist so why you are even bringing that up as a counterpoint is beyond me. I would hope people would complain about racist and sexist graffiti!

As for the second part...what are you even foaming at the mouth/talking about? Obviously I'd rather have Hilary over Trump - he has fulfilled every expectation of being an incompetent leader. Or is that sinking approval rating a sign of a job well done for Trump voters? Have they fed you a talking point to deflect with when someone brings that up yet? It was so cute how he got you thinking he was going to have Mexico pay for that wall. :) Ya'll got played to look like fools and it'd be hilarious if it wasn't so pathetic.

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Re: chalk messages around downtown.
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"I don't feel this is venting, so much as putting the feelers out there to see if there are other rational people who feel the same way I do."

I'll make this very clear for you. Much of life comes down to politics, and people always lie about their reasoning.

Here, there are many liberals who agree with the message expressed by the chalk. So they will support the chalk, and couch their reasoning in a bunch of bullshit.

If the chalk was demonizing Hillary, they'd completely change their tune. Maybe not every single person, but most of them.

$100 says that most people here defending the chalk or arguing with you did not vote for Trump.

As for myself, I don't agree with the chalk and it is annoying, but ultimately it's just a nuisance. Liberals are crybabies and constantly throw temper tantrums as a result of Hillary's historic loss (and the fact that they were 100% wrong about everything they said for 18 months straight), and this is just more crying.

The chalk is easy enough to ignore. I'd prefer that the perpetrators get arrested for vandalism, but the cops probably don't care.



It's sad that they've brainwashed you on the "Us vs Them" mentality to the point that you're still crying about liberals while the government screws all of us no matter what our party affiliation is. They've got you hollering about Hilary and Obama while Trump and friends get investigated for treason. :)

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Re: chalk messages around downtown.
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Looks like someone got bored by the lack of Trump trolls on Jclist and needs attention.

Posted on: 5/8 17:44
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Re: Man punched, robbed in Jersey City after night of drinking, cops say (Downtown)
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just think of all the Bro cred he'll get telling his Boken buddies about how he got robbed while hammered in Jersey City. "Dude I was so wasted I couldn't even tell the cops where it happened man..."

Sadly this story will serve as a case study for the JC hooligans showing how to rob drunk targets late night in DTJC...


You seem to have more of a problem with the victim the the attackers. I bet you're a great neighbor always keeping it real. Moron


99% this is black on white violent crime (robbery counts) and mfadam is a flaming "progressive," hence you see the blame the white guy victim strategy.


Right there.

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