US Politics : Biden 100 days edition

RanzB

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:giggle:I'm old enough to remember trump pushing vaccines and people like harris and co telling people not to and not to trust it:ROFL:

Straight up lying about what they said, hey? The Conservative way.

"I will say that I would not trust Donald Trump and it would have to be a credible source of information that talks about the efficacy and the reliability of whatever he's talking about," she continued in the clip from an exclusive interview airing Sunday on CNN's "State of the Union" at 9 a.m. ET. "I will not take his word for it."

Temujin: Harris says don't trust vaccines.

Lmao.

Really.
 

greg0205

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White liberals views on black people VS the REALITY of black people.

Basically black people think they (yes you @greg0205 and co.) are ignorant and even a little racist.


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Emjay

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CRT is the biggest strawman in history. You cite unqualified critics of ‘CRT’ but never the real scholars of Critical Race Theory, in context.

Thing is the critics in many ways DO understand the fundamental tenets of CRT - to investigate structural racism - and they are very upfront about their agenda to reframe it as an all-encompassing anti-white conspiracy. But you can’t seem to tell the difference and you don’t have the good sense to know when you’re being played. It’s pretty tragic to watch you parroting the latest scaremongering tactic that was never a thing until a couple of months ago.

There are many credible people fighting against CRT. Because you don't deem them "qualified" does not mean that the opposition to this ideology is not unwarranted.

This coming from the guy who insinuated not a day ago the "ANTI-CRT hysteria serves a purpose" is hilarious. That purpose being to not teach the KKK is bad. Really, man?

You ran away when challenged and didn't retract your bad take. Buka was in this thread not a day ago crying about politicians "whitewashing" history when it took me 5 minutes to debunk the hysteria of the Left over the last two days. Funny how misinformation is now not an issue now, eh?

If you drop your stereotypical caricatures for a few minutes, you will realize CRT is not anti-white, but detrimental to everyone. That's how we get to "white adjacent" people. A few of us have said this for a long time.

Anti-CRT hysteria serves a purpose after all...

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Emjay

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Yeah nice avoidance of the topic of the video :thumbsup:

So now you know you can stop treating black Americans like they are kids. They have ID and know how and where to get it and don't have an issue showing it to vote, so you lot can stop patronising them like your white liberal counterparts in America.

The narrative that ID requirements for voting suppresses the vote is total BS. People should stop giving this issue air time. Those that still buy into this narrative will not change their minds at this point.


A 2014 Virginia study found that of the 2.2 million eligible voters who tried to cast a ballot in that year’s election, just 474, or approximately one in 4,600, were stymied by lack of ID. These are not outliers. The UC Davis political scientist Benjamin Highton, after surveying ID laws nationwide, concluded that they had “modest, if any, turnout effects.”

Why haven’t voter-ID laws suppressed very many votes? No one really knows. It’s possible that these blatant attempts at voter suppression have created an equal and opposite backlash, driving turnout among the groups intended to be suppressed. It’s also possible that future, more carefully targeted voter-ID laws will be far more effective at manipulating elections. But if this ends up being the case, it will only prove the broader point: Although requiring voter ID is unnecessary, and the politicians who support it tend to do so for deplorable reasons, the act of requiring identification in order to vote is not in and of itself voter suppression.
 

SoldierMan

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The one guy that could actually turn California around and they block him from running!

Larry Elder reacts to being banned from running for governor​



 

OrbitalDawn

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Amid the current surge in COVID-19 cases in Missouri, a recent Facebook conversation between two Republican state lawmakers is telling.

Around Independence Day, State Rep. Bill Kidd, from the Kansas City suburbs, revealed that he has been infected by the coronavirus.

“And no, we didn’t get the vaccine,” he wrote in a post that has since been deleted. “We’re Republicans ”

Objectively pro-COVID.
 
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