MACK4ttACK

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  1. I will say right now I think Trayvon Martin's shooting was because he attacked a dude that had a gun in his waist. You can tell me Zimmerman should not have had a gun on him, or that Zimmerman should have just gone home instead of prowling the apartment complex for "criminals", but the actual shooting, based on the evidence, appears justified. So no I did not call for "justice" for Trayvon, I call for Justice for other black men such as the kids that were "playing music too loud" or the man in SC shot running away from police. Just because a black man is shot does not mean it's unjustified, just the same for white men. The issue is not individual cases, it's an entire system rigged against minorities.
  2. Taking a knee is not disrespectful. Chewing gum, walking around, spitting during the Anthem. That's Disrespectful. Don't let your innate racism blind you to reality.
  3. "Burning a Flag is the Purest form of Democratic Exercise" - The Founding Fathers, 1700s
  4. http://www.wbay.com/content/news/The-Latest-Wisconsin-elections-targeted-by-Russian-hackers-446892423.html Wisconsin elections system targeted by Russian hackers
  5. House intel Democrat on Russia probe: 'If you had seen what I have seen, you'd want me to go full throttle' Natasha Bertrand http://www.businessinsider.com/rep-mike-quigley-discusses-trump-russia-investigation-2017-9
  6. Well good, then on the substance of the matter we are in complete agreement. Donald Trump made a profound error in judgement in hiring Paul Manafort who is now highly likely to be indicted for felonious activity potentially occurring while he worked on the Trump campaign last year.
  7. Just coming from me, not speaking for anyone else, I was just amused at the hindsight and didn't mean to attack you. All you did was post a picture. Even if it turned out to support a completely wrong position.
  8. can't believe you bring that up in earnest. come on man. that's such a little tiny fuggin thing that has a minuscule (0.00001%) bearing on who the candidate is. coming from a real Bernie supporter... just please don't mention that, it's ridiculous to use it as evidence--even if it was dastardly and unfair.
  9. Looking back now at some of you all's skepticism lol
  10. Not sure what happened to this thread, figure Manafort's response to the latest news is better placed here... Maybe it's just been months since we saw some good leaks come out https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-russia/ex-trump-campaign-chief-manafort-wants-probe-of-leaks-idUSKCN1BU2WA?il=0 Ex-Trump campaign chief Manafort wants probe of leaks WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Paul Manafort, President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager, lashed out on Tuesday at reports he was wiretapped by federal authorities, and his spokesman sent out a statement demanding a leaks probe and suggesting the surveillance was politically motivated. The statement issued by spokesman Jason Maloni on behalf of Manafort came a day after CNN reported that a secret court had authorized surveillance of Manafort under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), under which Americans can be targeted if they are suspected of acting as an agent of a foreign country. Manafort became Trump’s campaign manager in June 2016 but was forced to resign two months later amid reports of his business relationship with the Kremlin-backed former Ukrainian leader, Viktor Yanukovich. Manafort is being investigated as part of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe of alleged Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. The court initially authorized FISA surveillance of Manafort in 2014 but that lapsed in 2016 for lack of evidence, CNN reported. FISA surveillance resumed later in 2016 and continued into 2017 as part of the FBI’s probe into ties between Trump campaign associates and Russian operatives, CNN said. “If true, it is a felony to reveal the existence of a FISA warrant, regardless of the fact that no charges ever emerged,” Maloni said in the statement on behalf of Manafort. “The U.S. Department of Justice’s Inspector General should immediately conduct an investigation into these leaks and to examine the motivations behind a previous administration’s effort to surveil a political opponent,” he said. The special counsel’s office and the FBI both declined to comment on Maloni’s statement. They also did not comment on CNN’s original report about surveillance of Manafort. Maloni urged the Justice Department to release any intercepts between Manafort and any non-Americans so people “can come to the same conclusion as the DOJ (Justice Department) - there is nothing there.” As part of the special counsel’s probe, federal agents with search warrants raided Manafort’s Virginia home in July. The New York Times, citing two people close to the case, reported on Monday that prosecutors later told Manafort they planned to indict him. CNN said interest in Manafort deepened because of intercepted communications between him and Russian operatives, and among the Russians. The government eavesdropping continued into 2017, including a period when Manafort was known to talk to Trump after he became president. CNN said it was unclear if Trump was picked up on the surveillance.
  11. that video of waves crashing inside a house... these houses are too close to the shore, need to do like the Japanese with the Tsunami stones...
  12. how can you see the best thing you've seen on the internet twice in one day? like the bar keeps raising after the first post?