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BearHunter
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Is this what Gavin Newsom is referring to?
movielover
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MinotStateBeav
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Lol

BearHunter
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LOL
Big C
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I hope I'm not stepping on concordtom's toes here, but this thread needs a little cleaning up:

It's supposed to be for breaking news. So "Desantis Declares" is fine. Appropriate even. But all the other endless political-point-of-view stuff, with links to one-side-or-the-other "sources", how about forget that? They're fine but start individual threads for them. They are not "breaking news", even if you think they are.

Also, if some piece of breaking news deserves a lengthy discussion, start a dedicated thread for that. I have been guilty of not doing this myself and will try to do better.

Signed,
concordtom's unpaid unofficial lackey
movielover
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France bans short flights.

Eastern Oregon Bear
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movielover said:


Durham had to consider the source.
dajo9
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movielover said:




Agreed. It is bipartisan.
American Vermin
dajo9
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movielover said:

France bans short flights.




I'm sorry that happened to you. I'm sure we can find you a safe space.
American Vermin
movielover
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Durham is a Swamp Paper Tiger, a head fake, a wet noodle. No subpoenas, no vigor, no balls, protected the insiders.
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dajo9 said:

movielover said:




Agreed. It is bipartisan.


Not really. They go soft and protect Democrats; the most recent proof is that the FBI deleted the case files from multiple Clinton investigations! And I bet the NSA did, too.(Backups)

The predicate for spying on candidate Trump was blown up; as was spying on him as POTUS. But we knew this years ago. The FBI / DOJ / NSA continuously leaked classified details and conversations of President Trump and staff. They lied and illegally framed General Flynn. They used Five Eyes (UK) to start some dirty work, and fed a CIA concocted amateur pee-tape dossier (Nelie Ohr) to retired MI6 hack Christopher Steele (outside the US), to feed it back into our DOJ via Ohrs' husband (Bruce Ohr) - to give it the appearance of objectivity. It was also fed into our State Department, John McCain, and others.

Two CIA (?) honeypots (one was 'Azra Turk') were run at rookie George Papadapolous, and eventually the FBI tried to set him up with $10,000 in cash. GP was
abroad. Why $10,000? If he brought it back undeclared, he would face several felonies. So rookie GP wisely left it in Europe. He flies back to the US and a crew of FBI agents are there to take him down, and no warrant is needed for a search (they're so clever)... and they were there with their pr--ks in their hands! So absurd. Keystone Cops.

Concurrent to all this madness, Democrat-aligned 'outside contractors' were illegally performing tens of thousands of searches on our NSA databases. This was discovered by Admiral Mike Rogers team at NSA, and he allegedly flew to Manhattan and told President-elect Trump that he was being spied on. That's why Trump moved his pre WH office from Trump Tower to New Jersey. (This is all covered in Judge Rosemary Collyer's 99-page judicial funding covering the FBIs abuse of our FISA process and court. (Illegal FISA warrants.) It's really sick.

They lied to General Flynn, and threatened his son to get a guilty plea from our decorated General. Stefan Halper, who owns several ranches outside DC, also made hundreds of thousands as another intelligence hack setting up political rookies in Europe.

They covered up Hillary Clinton's alleged crimes, and framed an innocent President. Then Weismanns' 27 crooked DOJ attorneys concurrently wiped their Federal smartphones. This is all well documented.

I'll give it to you that some RINOs are also part of the UniParty and are protected. Not President Trump, or Nunes, or Rudy Giuliani, etc. The WEF, Swamp, Obama / Clinton's are after blood.

BTW, these fraudulent investigations ... crooked Weismann (Mueller beard), Durham, etc. act as a sword and a shield... as the newest investigation becomes legal protection from sunlight. It never ends.

Durham has been used before to bury criminal
activity,

The Guardian: Former CIA detainees claim US torture investigators never interviewed them

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2014/nov/11/libyan-cia-detainees-torture-inquiry-interview

P.S. Cherry on top: the Biden Family made over $10 Million for do-nothing jobs from... Ukraine... and ... CCP China! Are we now as corrupt as ancient Rome?
dajo9
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movielover said:

dajo9 said:

movielover said:




Agreed. It is bipartisan.


Not really. They go soft and protect Democrats; the most recent proof is that the FBI deleted the case files from multiple Clinton investigations! And I bet the NSA did, too.(Backups)

The predicate for spying on candidate Trump was blown up; as was spying on him as POTUS. But we knew this years ago. The FBI / DOJ / NSA continuously leaked classified details and conversations of President Trump and staff. They lied and illegally framed General Flynn. They used Five Eyes (UK) to start some dirty work, and fed a CIA concocted amateur pee-tape dossier (Nelie Ohr) to retired MI6 hack Christopher Steele (outside the US), to feed it back into our DOJ via Ohrs' husband (Bruce Ohr) - to give it the appearance of objectivity. It was also fed into our State Department, John McCain, and others.

Two CIA (?) honeypots (one was 'Azra Turk') were run at rookie George Papadapolous, and eventually the FBI tried to set him up with $10,000 in cash. GP was
abroad. Why $10,000? If he brought it back undeclared, he would face several felonies. So rookie GP wisely left it in Europe. He flies back to the US and a crew of FBI agents are there to take him down, and no warrant is needed for a search (they're so clever)... and they were there with their pr--ks in their hands! So absurd. Keystone Cops.

Concurrent to all this madness, Democrat-aligned 'outside contractors' were illegally performing tens of thousands of searches on our NSA databases. This was discovered by Admiral Mike Rogers team at NSA, and he allegedly flew to Manhattan and told President-elect Trump that he was being spied on. That's why Trump moved his pre WH office from Trump Tower to New Jersey. (This is all covered in Judge Rosemary Collyer's 99-page judicial funding covering the FBIs abuse of our FISA process and court. (Illegal FISA warrants.) It's really sick.

They lied to General Flynn, and threatened his son to get a guilty plea from our decorated General. Stefan Halper, who owns several ranches outside DC, also made hundreds of thousands as another intelligence hack setting up political rookies in Europe.

They covered up Hillary Clinton's alleged crimes, and framed an innocent President. Then Weismanns' 27 crooked DOJ attorneys concurrently wiped their Federal smartphones. This is all well documented.

I'll give it to you that some RINOs are also part of the UniParty and are protected. Not President Trump, or Nunes, or Rudy Giuliani, etc. The WEF, Swamp, Obama / Clinton's are after blood.

BTW, these fraudulent investigations ... crooked Weismann (Mueller beard), Durham, etc. act as a sword and a shield... as the newest investigation becomes legal protection from sunlight. It never ends.

Durham has been used before to bury criminal
activity,

The Guardian: Former CIA detainees claim US torture investigators never interviewed them

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2014/nov/11/libyan-cia-detainees-torture-inquiry-interview

P.S. Cherry on top: the Biden Family made over $10 Million for do-nothing jobs from... Ukraine... and ... CCP China! Are we now as corrupt as ancient Rome?


I agree with you that the FBI and CIA should be repealed and replaced. I'm sorry that triggered you to write such a long essay.
American Vermin
movielover
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Why now? The UniParty must want Biden out.







DiabloWags
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Richard Barnett sentenced to 54 months in PRISON after being convicted of 8 charges from Jan. 6th.
So much for his "tourist" visit.

Hope he enjoys his new "roommate"



"Cults don't end well. They really don't."
movielover
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Why won't the Feds release thousands of hours of J6 tapes?

Tucker Carlson released one small batch... and was shortly thereafter purged.
DiabloWags
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Are you sad that Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes just got sentenced to 18 years in Prison?




Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes sentenced to 18 years for seditious conspiracy in Jan. 6 attack (yahoo.com)
"Cults don't end well. They really don't."
Eastern Oregon Bear
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movielover said:

Why won't the Feds release thousands of hours of J6 tapes?

Tucker Carlson released one small batch... and was shortly thereafter purged.
I'm sure Carlson's firing had nothing to do with Fox's embarrassing admission in court that Carlson doesn't believe what he is reporting and that his lies make the show "entertainment" rather than news.
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movielover said:

Why now? The UniParty must want Biden out.



Three days ago, Hillary said Biden's age is a legitimate issue. It seems like they want him out.
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dajo9 said:

movielover said:




Agreed. It is bipartisan.


Yes it should be but most of the left wingers here seem to be currently enjoying this style of weaponization of the CIA and DOJ.
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MinotStateBeav said:

Lol


I think Ron DeSantis is doing a good job as governor and I support him but that video was too funny and it's trending.
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DiabloWags said:

Derek Chauvin sentenced to 21 years for violating George Floyd's Civil Rights.

Derek Chauvin sentenced to 21 years for violating George Floyd's civil rights (yahoo.com)



The estimated lethal dose of fentanyl is 2 mg.
movielover
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How long has this been made public?

DiabloWags
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BearHunter said:

DiabloWags said:

Derek Chauvin sentenced to 21 years for violating George Floyd's Civil Rights.

Derek Chauvin sentenced to 21 years for violating George Floyd's civil rights (yahoo.com)



The estimated lethal dose of fentanyl is 2 mg.


2 Milligrams eh?

Sorry, but you're not just 33 months late, but also have no idea what youre talking about. It was known back in August of 2020 that he had 11 ng/ml of fentanyl in his system.

Your post smacks not just of ignorance, but pure desperation on your part. You also sound terribly confused about basic units of measurement.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/factcheck/2021/04/16/fact-check-fentanyl-george-floyd-not-enough-to-cause-death/7239448002/

Dr. Daniel Isenschmid, a toxicologist at NMS Labs in Pennsylvania, presented data at trial from more than 2,300 blood samples in fentanyl DUI cases from the last year. He showed that while the average fentanyl blood level was close to 9.6 ng/ml, a quarter of people tested had 11 ng/ml or higher. (Important to note: Blood samples were taken from drivers who tested positive for fentanyl and were alive at the time of collection.)

Isenschmid also showed that Floyd's blood ratio of fentanyl to norfentanyl, the molecule fentanyl is broken down to once in the body, was lower than the average ratio both for people who died of overdoses and those arrested for DUI who lived.

Overdose victims who die rarely have norfentanyl in their blood, since death often occurs before the body can break the drug down, he said.

Nice try BearHunter.
Did you really go to CAL?


"Cults don't end well. They really don't."
movielover
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And the higher amount of meth?
DiabloWags
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movielover said:

And the higher amount of meth?


Perhaps you should first start with teaching your "buddy" what the difference is between a MILLIGRAM and nanograms per liter.

Or are you just as ignorant when it comes to basic units of measurement?
"Cults don't end well. They really don't."
movielover
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DiabloWags said:

movielover said:

And the higher amount of meth?


Perhaps you should first start with teaching your "buddy" what the difference is between a MILLIGRAM and nanograms per liter.

Or are you just as ignorant when it comes to basic units of measurement?



Maybe you should put down your highball and ask whoever, whatever you have to ask.

Combining powerful drugs not a bright idea.
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movielover said:

DiabloWags said:

movielover said:

And the higher amount of meth?


Perhaps you should first start with teaching your "buddy" what the difference is between a MILLIGRAM and nanograms per liter.

Or are you just as ignorant when it comes to basic units of measurement?



Maybe you should put down your highball and ask whoever, whatever you have to ask.

Combining powerful drugs not a bright idea.
Neither is kneeling on someone's neck for 10-15 minutes. Just because he was a drug abuser, it doesn't make his death warranted.
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Eastern Oregon Bear said:

movielover said:

DiabloWags said:

movielover said:

And the higher amount of meth?


Perhaps you should first start with teaching your "buddy" what the difference is between a MILLIGRAM and nanograms per liter.

Or are you just as ignorant when it comes to basic units of measurement?



Maybe you should put down your highball and ask whoever, whatever you have to ask.

Combining powerful drugs not a bright idea.
Neither is kneeling on someone's neck for 10-15 minutes. Just because he was a drug abuser, it doesn't make his death warranted.


He was a large (6'4 225 lb), aggressive and dangerous person on drugs who was resisting arrest, and that still doesn't make his death warranted.
movielover
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Agreed. And unexplored is how well the two knew each other, the counterfeit money, and speculation that the club was a Federal front to connect into the Twin Cities underworld.

So one unfortunate, tragic death begets 50.
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movielover said:

Agreed. And unexplored is how well the two knew each other, the counterfeit money, and speculation that the club was a Federal front to connect into the Twin Cities underworld.

So one unfortunate, tragic death begets 50.

Seriously, we're relitigating the George Floyd murder now? GET OUTTA TOWN WITH THIS CRAP!

Can't you just take incidents like this and January 6th, admit they were huge, deadly mistakes and try and move forward?

A few of you people have really become emboldened of late, forgetting what happened to the "other" posters who went off the deep end. This is why BearGreg has long considered shutting down the OT forum. Thanks for nothing.
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DiabloWags said:

movielover said:

And the higher amount of meth?


Perhaps you should first start with teaching your "buddy" what the difference is between a MILLIGRAM and nanograms per liter.

Or are you just as ignorant when it comes to basic units of measurement?



Good on you for introducing logic.
These guys just want anything to say.
If it was that asteroids sometimes release poisonous gases when flying overhead they'd use that!
concordtom
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oski003 said:

Eastern Oregon Bear said:

movielover said:

DiabloWags said:

movielover said:

And the higher amount of meth?


Perhaps you should first start with teaching your "buddy" what the difference is between a MILLIGRAM and nanograms per liter.

Or are you just as ignorant when it comes to basic units of measurement?



Maybe you should put down your highball and ask whoever, whatever you have to ask.

Combining powerful drugs not a bright idea.
Neither is kneeling on someone's neck for 10-15 minutes. Just because he was a drug abuser, it doesn't make his death warranted.


He was a large (6'4 225 lb), aggressive and dangerous person on drugs who was resisting arrest, and that still doesn't make his death warranted.


Please watch this.
Then please post again, earnestly, how he was large, aggressive, and dangerous and resisting arrest.

Seriously, your narrative is sickening.
Have you never seen what happened?
I don't want to call you dumb, but, maybe get your facts straight next time.



Boy, real scary guy.

oski003
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concordtom said:

oski003 said:

Eastern Oregon Bear said:

movielover said:

DiabloWags said:

movielover said:

And the higher amount of meth?


Perhaps you should first start with teaching your "buddy" what the difference is between a MILLIGRAM and nanograms per liter.

Or are you just as ignorant when it comes to basic units of measurement?



Maybe you should put down your highball and ask whoever, whatever you have to ask.

Combining powerful drugs not a bright idea.
Neither is kneeling on someone's neck for 10-15 minutes. Just because he was a drug abuser, it doesn't make his death warranted.


He was a large (6'4 225 lb), aggressive and dangerous person on drugs who was resisting arrest, and that still doesn't make his death warranted.


Please watch this.
Then please post again, earnestly, how he was large, aggressive, and dangerous and resisting arrest.

Seriously, your narrative is sickening.
Have you never seen what happened?
I don't want to call you dumb, but, maybe get your facts straight next time.



Boy, real scary guy.




AP: "The question of what is reasonable is important: Police officers are allowed certain latitude to use deadly force when someone puts the officer or other people in danger. Legal experts say a key issue for the jury will be whether Chauvin's actions were reasonable in those specific circumstances.

Prosecutor Steve Schleicher used his cross-examination to once again painstakingly go through video clips of a pinned-down Floyd gasping that he couldn't breathe and then going limp.

The prosecutor hammered away at Brodd, saying that a reasonable officer in Chauvin's position would have known Floyd stopped resisting, that another officer told him he couldn't find a pulse, and that others said Floyd had passed out and was no longer breathing."

****

Floyd had landed five years behind bars in 2009 for an assault and robbery two years earlier, and before that, had been convicted of charges ranging from theft with a firearm to drugs. Floyd had two convictions for armed robbery. Three for drug charges. He had just passed a counterfeit bill prior to the incident that led to his death. His second armed robbery was a home invasion. The occupant was a pregnant woman. To compel her cooperation, he pointed his handgun at her abdomen,

****

6'4 220

****

Again, none of the above justify what happened. At some point, the officers clearly and recklessly failed to do their duties properly, resulting in tragedy.
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concordtom said:

oski003 said:

Eastern Oregon Bear said:

movielover said:

DiabloWags said:

movielover said:

And the higher amount of meth?


Perhaps you should first start with teaching your "buddy" what the difference is between a MILLIGRAM and nanograms per liter.

Or are you just as ignorant when it comes to basic units of measurement?



Maybe you should put down your highball and ask whoever, whatever you have to ask.

Combining powerful drugs not a bright idea.
Neither is kneeling on someone's neck for 10-15 minutes. Just because he was a drug abuser, it doesn't make his death warranted.


He was a large (6'4 225 lb), aggressive and dangerous person on drugs who was resisting arrest, and that still doesn't make his death warranted.


Seriously, your narrative is sickening.
Have you never seen what happened?
I don't want to call you dumb,but, maybe get your facts straight next time.


I think you just did.

"Cults don't end well. They really don't."
oski003
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DiabloWags said:

concordtom said:

oski003 said:

Eastern Oregon Bear said:

movielover said:

DiabloWags said:

movielover said:

And the higher amount of meth?


Perhaps you should first start with teaching your "buddy" what the difference is between a MILLIGRAM and nanograms per liter.

Or are you just as ignorant when it comes to basic units of measurement?



Maybe you should put down your highball and ask whoever, whatever you have to ask.

Combining powerful drugs not a bright idea.
Neither is kneeling on someone's neck for 10-15 minutes. Just because he was a drug abuser, it doesn't make his death warranted.


He was a large (6'4 225 lb), aggressive and dangerous person on drugs who was resisting arrest, and that still doesn't make his death warranted.


Seriously, your narrative is sickening.
Have you never seen what happened?
I don't want to call you dumb,but, maybe get your facts straight next time.


I think you just did.




Flagged. You have the maturity of Benjamin Button at 80 years old.
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