US Politics : Biden 100 days edition

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wbot

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Haha watching the left reeeeeing on twatter because of Nicki Minaj's comments and now because she quoted Tucker is hilarious.
 

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To be fair though, nobody outside of Australia remembers the name of that fellow down under.
True he's only been PM for three years. Also likely that Biden was not involved in any of the negotiations for the defense pact.
It's all the aides fault for not properly prepping him beforehand.
 

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It's hilarious because just a few months back y'all were coming down on her for WAP
WAP was lack of taste, but she's allowed to make it.
Balls comment was stupid, but she's allowed to make it.

The only difference is Tucker approved of the last part of her tweet and that caused ree'ing for some reason.
So yes @wbot is correct. It is, in fact, quite hilarious.
 

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Yes. So areas where Newsom handled the Covid situation poorly (also clear population density division) they voted for his recall. Wasn't that kinda one of the reason why they were pushing for it?
LMAO.

Is Newsom anti-vax?
 

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It's hilarious because just a few months back y'all were coming down on her for WAP
I dindu nuthin of the sort. Don't even know what wap is. Never liked her and I still don't.

But it's funny. Apparently she's also now locked out of her twitter account for having her own opinions haha.
 

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I dindu nuthin of the sort. Don't even know what wap is. Never liked her and I still don't.

But it's funny. Apparently she's also now locked out of her twitter account for having her own opinions haha.
wireless application protocol. Google WAP and find out.
 

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In the most unbelievable coincidence ever, it seems that the schools where CRT panics are happening are also the ones undergoing the most rapid demographic transformations.


To explore whether something unusual was happening in those 33 districts, the analysis focused on a metric known as exposure, which measures how likely white students are to have classmates of a different race — not just in their district overall, but in their school. While students of color have become a larger share of public school students nationally, accounting for 54 percent of total student enrollment in 2020, communities have long segregated their schools to cluster students of color together. The exposure measurement goes deeper by examining how much schools have diversified.

The analysis, using federal statistics, found that the exposure of white students to students of color increased by 11 percentage points across the United States from 1994 to 2020. And in 22 of the 33 districts facing recent battles over diversity initiatives, the exposure of white students to students of color increased more than that national average.

In Downingtown, the share of students of color in the average white child’s school grew by 17 percentage points from 1994 to 2020. In Southlake, Texas, where school board candidates successfully ran on a platform opposing a diversity plan, the share of students of color in the average white child's school increased by 29 percentage points over the same period. And in Loudoun and Fairfax counties, Virginia suburbs of Washington where complaints about diversity efforts have fueled campaigns by parents to recall school board members, the increase was 30 and 24 percentage points, respectively.
 

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In the most unbelievable coincidence ever, it seems that the schools where CRT panics are happening are also the ones undergoing the most rapid demographic transformations.

What utter rubbish. The demographics have been slowly changing for a few decades. The main reason these materials are now at the forefront is because school lockdowns exposed what is happening in the classrooms to more parents and the whole politicisations of the issue the last year or two made more people aware of these issues. Exposed the rot so to speak.

Calling people concerned about racial division being caused by badly implemented amalgamations of some CRT aspects, racist. Then claiming people are against racial diversity. Hiring "equity consultant" grifters to recommend actions. The whole "equity" nonsense IS the problem. But sure let the "Anti racist" facebook group compile a list of people against CRT'esque teaching, for informational purposes only of course.
 

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I am seeing unvaccinated people are Republicans.
Only 50% of CA is fully vaccinated if you look at White & Hispanic. I didn't know there were so many Republicans in CA.

Again you're seeing what you want to see.
Covid handling was one of the factors. Now do the economy, environment, cost of living or any of the other issues.
 
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