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hey Niederhut, give us the inside scoop on the Denver Shooter. He’s not in the licensed security guard database and he did not have a carry permit. The tattoo on his wrist looks a little Anti Facist as well. 
 

The news says he was a security guard for Channel 9. 
 

That narrative isn’t holding up so well now.

Let us know, thx.

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1 hour ago, Ron Ecker said:

The so-called Christian support for Trump boils down to one central issue which has nothing to do with his complete lack of character and morality, and which the linked article doesn't even mention. That issue is abortion, and getting the right judges in place is therefore all that matters.

I heard this expressed in the most disgusting terms imaginable just this morning by one of the most famous Christians on Earth. In his internationally televised Sunday morning service, Jimmy Swaggart said "I thank God for our president, he is one of the greatest, if not the greatest, president in the history of our country." Then he made it clear why he says that in one sentence: "How anyone can vote for someone who supports abortion I don't know." 

Any questions?

 

Ron,

      In addition to the issue of abortion, Trump seems to appeal to what I view as a pseudo-Christian, tribal/fascist element in the U.S.  Franklin Graham, Jerry Falwell, Jr., and other Evangelicals celebrated Trump's blather in 2016 about banning Muslims from several countries that have had no discernible role in any "terrorist" attacks on the U.S.  In that sense, they falsely viewed Trump as a "champion" of Christianity, while ignoring the fact that Trump has always worshipped the Golden Calf.

     Trump's anti-Muslim blather dove-tailed superficially with the old "War on Terror" concept, except for the fact that none of the Bush-Cheney era boogeymen-- Al Qaeda, Al Nusra, ISIS, et.al.-- were Shiites from the countries Trump targeted for condemnation, as opposed to the sword-dancing Saudis!

     It also aligned with the eight year old Karl Rove propaganda meme about Obama being a Muslim who was going to destroy Christendom.

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In order to steal the election. They would have to throw out the results of a good size pivotal state. I'm not sure if that's ever been done. So that neither candidate got 270, and throw it into one vote per state in the house.

The request for write in ballots has been far beyond all estimates, and Democrats request outnumbers Republicans over 2 to 1.

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19 minutes ago, Robert Wheeler said:

hey Niederhut, give us the inside scoop on the Denver Shooter. He’s not in the licensed security guard database and he did not have a carry permit. The tattoo on his wrist looks a little Anti Facist as well. 
 

The news says he was a security guard for Channel 9. 
 

That narrative isn’t holding up so well now.

Let us know, thx.

The latest report in the Denver Post (below) is that the shooter, Mathew Dolloff, worked for Pinkerton, and that our local 9News Corporation had contracted with Pinkerton to protect their journalists.

The victim, Lee Keltner, was an ex-Navy guy from Arkansas, who had slapped Dolloff and sprayed him with mace before Dolloff fired the fatal shot.

It's a senseless tragedy that never should have happened.

https://www.denverpost.com/2020/10/11/denver-protest-shooting-suspect-9news-matthew-dolloff/

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45 minutes ago, Robert Wheeler said:

What's objectionable about that if the person is a Christian?

 

What's objectionable about it is that it sets that one issue over every other issue foreign and domestic that we need to be concerned about with something like Trump in the White House.

And not that it matters, but it's kind of ironic that if Stormy Daniels, for example, had told TIny (Stormy's name for Trump after he called her Horse Face) "I'm pregnant and it's yours," Trump would have paid for an abortion faster than a dog can trot.

 

 

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16 minutes ago, W. Niederhut said:

     Trump's anti-Muslim blather dove-tailed superficially with the old "War on Terror" concept, except for the fact that none of the Bush-Cheney era boogeymen-- Al Qaeda, Al Nusra, ISIS, et.al.-- were Shiites from the countries Trump targeted for condemnation, as opposed to the sword-dancing Saudis!

     It also aligned with the eight year old Karl Rove propaganda meme about Obama being a Muslim who was going to destroy Christendom.

I forgot to mention that Swaggart also cited Trump's support for Israel in calling him perhaps the greatest president ever, though that's less important than the abortion issue. Aside from the obvious biblical reasons, supporting Israel can be said to dove-tail with Trump's "anti-Muslim blather" in that most of the Muslims countries are anti-Israel and thus enemies of all Christians who look forward to the New Jerusalem.

 

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5 hours ago, Robert Wheeler said:

If Trump supporters are to be belittled on religious grounds, than at least the Atheist can do so and remain logically consistent. The Atheist can argue that God does not exist, using a lack of scientific evidence as an argument, for example. The Atheist can not argue that God does not exist, except for the Presbyterian version of God.

Therefore, the Astrologer's and the Satan aficionado's (the Wizard) superiority over the Trump Voting Evangelicals is not a function of the Evangelical inability to comprehend the scientific evidence that purports to reject the existence of God. Rather, their license to belittle arises from a conviction that they know the nature of God better. 

Our license to belittle Trumpster Bible-thumpers stems from their support for a man who ordered 5400 children taken from the arms of a parent or two and then thrown into cages indefinitely, at least 1000 permanently.

Or sending US troops to tear gas peaceful protesters so Trump could pose in front of a church with a Bible.

Or seeking to deprive 20 million people of health insurance in the middle of a pandemic.

Or pursuing a policy of “herd mentality” [sic] usually referred to as “herd immunity” which will result in the unnecessary deaths of millions.

I haven’t a clue as to the nature of God but the nature of evil is apparent.

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Regeneron board member and executive sell $1 million in stock after Trump touts treatment

https://www.nbcnews.com/business/business-news/regeneron-board-member-executive-sell-1-million-stock-after-trump-n1242762?cid=sm_npd_nn_tw_ma

“The New York Times reported that Trump’s financial documents reveal the president’s three family trusts held investments in Regeneron as well as pharmaceutical giant Sanofi, which itself is a major shareholder in Regeneron. His 2017 filing with the U.S. Office of Government Ethics disclosed shares in Regeneron, but they did not appear on his 2020 filing.

A Regeneron company spokesperson said Goldstein and McCourt’s stock sales were pre-planned through a mechanism designed to avoid accusations of insider trading and were automatically triggered by the stock hitting certain levels.

After NBC News asked for copies of the plans, Bowie said, “The plans themselves are not public.”

Accountable Pharma, a campaign of the watchdog group Accountable.US, said the sales raised potential ethical concerns for the Trump administration and the drug company executives and called for an “investigation.”

"This is the latest case in a clear pattern of President Trump pumping up stocks with his 'miracle cure' hype and pledges of taxpayer dollars while drug company executives dump their shares and guarantee they come out ahead whether their treatment works or not,” spokesman Eli Zupnick said in an email.

“There should absolutely be an investigation to determine whether there were any improprieties regarding these stock sales, including any potential government action taken to enrich President Trump or his political advisers," he wrote.”

Steve Thomas

 

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1 hour ago, Cliff Varnell said:

Or pursuing a policy of “herd mentality” [sic] usually referred to as “herd immunity” which will result in the unnecessary deaths of millions.

 

Cliff,

Make no mistake about it.

Herd immunity means culling the herd.

You weed out the weak, the sick and the infirm.

Steve Thomas

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10 hours ago, Ron Ecker said:

The so-called Christian support for Trump boils down to one central issue which has nothing to do with his complete lack of character and morality, and which the linked article doesn't even mention. That issue is abortion, and getting the right judges in place is therefore all that matters.

I heard this expressed in the most disgusting terms imaginable just this morning by one of the most famous Christians on Earth. In his internationally televised Sunday morning service, Jimmy Swaggart said "I thank God for our president, he is one of the greatest, if not the greatest, president in the history of our country." Then he made it clear why he says that in one sentence: "How anyone can vote for someone who supports abortion I don't know." 

Any questions?

 

That the "Christians" who support Donald Trump are willing to ignore the fact that one of the therapies that Donald Trump hailed as "...miracles coming down from God..." was developed by using the kidney cells of an aborted fetus speaks volumes about their hypocrisy.

That the "Christians" who support Donald Trump applaud as he cages children, who have been ripped from the arms of their parents, are willing to ignore the words of their savior:

"I say to you, inasmuch as you did it to one of the least of these My brethren, you did it to Me."

speaks volumes about their moral turpitude.

Trump's base is base. 

 










 

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8 hours ago, W. Niederhut said:

The latest report in the Denver Post (below) is that the shooter, Mathew Dolloff, worked for Pinkerton, and that our local 9News Corporation had contracted with Pinkerton to protect their journalists.

The victim, Lee Keltner, was an ex-Navy guy from Arkansas, who had slapped Dolloff and sprayed him with mace before Dolloff fired the fatal shot.

It's a senseless tragedy that never should have happened.

https://www.denverpost.com/2020/10/11/denver-protest-shooting-suspect-9news-matthew-dolloff/

Anyone can read the Denver Post Niederhut and get the "Official Story".

Dolloff is not a Pinkerton guard. He does not appear to be any type of guard as he is not registered with the state as required.

His social media has the usual affiliations with Lefty Groups and the videos coming out appear to contradict the MSM version of events.

Also, one of the official MSM photos show an unfired round exiting the gun chamber while he is in his shooting pose. I only mention this because the gun nuts on the other type of boards are convinced the bullet was photo-shopped by someone who doesn't know how a gun works.

The "autists" on the chans are really going to town on this one. (It's worth following on Twitter. The MSM version of events looks way off.)

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