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Insane Clown Posse Protests Trump Event
August 24, 2016
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Psyral Infection said

I am sure you are correct about that. Both sides have voters who have no clue of policies. I am republican and tend to get my sources from right leaning news outlets so in a way I probably have no clue about some of Clinton's policies.  

You cant see what your not looking for.

Your either purposely blinding yourself or you are being blinded by others

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Are you guys trying to change each other's minds? Debating will change no one's opinion. What it will do is bring up counter arguments that appear valid and will cause one to search for information to create a reasonable rebuttal (and they will find one that suits their needs). If you enjoy chasing your tail than have at it. The effort will remain futile.

On another note, I think the video shows something interesting. All of those people showed up to protest something they cannot change except for at the voting booths (if you actually believe it works that way). Where the hell is the effort for shit people supposedly care about? Go out and make a real change. Storm neighbor hoods that have high crime rates and punish or remove the criminals...the kid killers..the heroine dealers etc...The idiots painting up and protesting chose the path of least resistance. They really aren't there to change anything. They are there to have fun , beat drums, get into small meaningless arguments with people to try and feed their ego. Its lame...really lame. When I was younger there was a known gang member that had charges dropped for being in a drive by that resulted in the death of a kid. People from the town got together one night with lit candles and marched to his house. They made it clear that they wanted him out of the town immediately. His family immediately packed up their shit and left in their car leaving the larger items behind. People weren't going to stand for that shit. This happened right across the street from my house. I watched the whole thing go down and it was dope. It made things change until the mayor that kept the gang members out of town was found guilty of embezzlement lol. Anyway, the point is, people choose paths of least resistance because they are lazy or afraid. loco

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@cheshyr you are spot on. I cant believe how dumbed down and blinded society has gotten. 

Incase anyone was wondering, im not for clinton either, in fact im not even registered to vote. My belief is that the president is predetermined, therefore i dont see a reason to vote since the shits rigged.

I thought i was gonna really enjoy watching the candidates bash eachother this election year. It has been entertaining but not fun for me. The fact that people are actually backing up trump makes me depressed and worried. The fact that everybody has become zombies makes me depressed, im mean shit they made matrix's inside matrix's inside matrix's, cough pokemon go cough.

What makes me worried is that this election is a test to see how tamed we are. Sadly, i see that they have achieved what they want, and that makes me scared for whats next. I feel something history changing is upon us, i just hope everyone snaps outta the trance before its too late.

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krunkazphuk said

And whatever Infowars actually is, it's great at turning over rocks and getting conversations started in the mainstream media.

Agreed.

Also, Alex is a born entertainer.

I got a real kick out of the way he trolled The Young Turds a few weeks ago.......

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SPOOKYtheFUNGI said 

 ... Your either purposely blinding yourself or you are being blinded by others  

Cheshyr said 

...There is no philanthropy in this man and I KNOW you know this....

Yeah, Psyral. Think for yourself for a change. lol

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Miklo Velka said 

 ...  I got a real kick out of the way he trolled The Young Turds a few weeks ago....... 
   

Steven Crowder and pals (mostly previous Turks guests Cenk pissed off) roasted the HELL outta them recently. Enjoy.

YouTube Video Cenk Uygur Freak-Out Meltdown! (The Young Turks Parody) 

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 @cheshyr , When googling Clinton's corruption, the list is endless. Almost all of them include the Clinton Foundation.

While I checked out a lot of what you were saying, I also found many articles saying the exact opposite. What should I believe? Each one quotes statistics, figures reported, and actual quotes. And each one says the other side is misleading or flat out lying. With absolutely no ground anymore since the media has destroyed any sense of truth for either side, I have to default to what I believe politically which is Republicanism. And I am not talking about GOP. I am talking about the true definition.

I will never agree with any socialism even in it's mildest form. I think many democrat policies lean towards that and I have always felt that it ultimately weakens the nation. I support Trump because of the party since I cannot learn any truth from the media concerning anything about either candidate. It is either that or don't support any party. I will never support the democratic party while they believe in socialized anything. Yes, there are socialist policies that have been enacted under republican leadership in the past, but as I said about defaulting to belief, I am holding true to republicanism. True republicanism, which gives citizens sovereign authority over government instead of making their lives and rights subordinate to government. It is what this country was founded as and is supposed to forever remain.

Many people think that this country was and is a democracy but it has never been that. As stated in it's founding and in the constitution, this is and should always be a constitutional republic. In the core belief (not what people have made it) to which I default, Republicans want less government involvement while Democrats want more government involvement. Those are the true original definitions.

With no firm basis since both sides show absolute "facts", supported by many sources, that opposes the other side's absolute "facts", it comes down to core belief in what the party is by definition. Everything else has just become fog and noise. At least for me.

Not that any of this matters since I never bother to vote, But since people tend to think this is a pivotal election in determining the ultimate future of America, I may finally vote. If I do, it will be republican. If Hillary wins, I will consider it a setback for America as I have always thought when a democrat wins. If Trump wins, I will consider it a move towards a stronger constitutional republic as I do when any republican wins.

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UjThe DNC leaks proved that the DNC favored Clinton.

Clinton has received money from authoritarian dictators. Whether it's through the Clinton foundation or not, that is blood money. 

 

Psyral, what I am saying is that because trump with almost CERTAINLY win Texas (if he doesn't, he's already fucked) your vote would be more useful towards a candidate who aligns even better to your viewpoint. If Johnson gets 5% of the popular vote, the Libertarian party gets millions of dollars in the next election cycle. Unless you live in a swing state, your vote doesn't matter. If you vote 3rd party, it does. Nebraska is a sure win for trump, except for Omaha, so I am voting for Johnson. I would vote green party, but idk how I feel about a woman who has never held any sort of elected office running for president. 

 

Also, Psyral: WHY don't you agree with any socialist ideas? I am genuinely curious. 

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@psyral-infection I just wanna say first: I love you, man. You are a down-ass, cool mafka and we're just talking about that vitriolic bullshit called politics. I don't like the thought that it seems like you might be getting ganged up on and I just wanted to say so. Politics is one of the two things a person can talk about that will ruin a nice dinner AND a slutty date (the other being religion). It always boils down to a "Yay vs Boo" competition but at the end, I don't wish you personal ill, sir. rasta_gif

Having said that...

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a bunch of intelligent smart guy stuff

Firstly, I didn't know you were a "confessed" Republican, haha. Actually I didn't think there WAS such a thing as a republican juggalo. Except for maybe Violent J and Shaggy as I'm sure as they went up in those tax brackets, they don't like paying property taxes or enjoy the inheritance tax when they talk about their kids any more than the racist, money grubbing rednecks that by and large populate what we know to be the republican party. Exceptions notwithstanding.

So right there would pretty much have been my "stop sign". I've learned long ago that in most cases, there's no talking to a republican about issues that may involve them making one dollar less if it meant feeding the homeless or righting racial wrongs. That is not their concern. Their concern is money and making sure they don't have to give anything away to anybody. All this despite their own was made on the backs of those that sacrificed everything so that the children of their bosses/mastas could enjoy the smugness given them by all the money and soul searching their grandpas didn't have to. This country was built by slaves, ya know? Think of the SAVINGS!

 

Secondly, what I'm reading from you is pretty much the same kinda thing we're all getting out of other republicans that jumped into the electoral boat before knowing who the captain was gonna turn out to be, "I support the Republican nominee". I'm not really hearing you saying that yer all head-over-heels about Donald, you just "support the Republican nominee".

Which makes your obvious intelligence seem to go to waste when it comes to dealing with EVERYTHING ELSE about Donald Trump. What *I am reading is that it really doesn't matter to you that the opponent is Hillary beyond the fact that she is a democrat and you are republican. You weren't gonna vote for anything else anyway so what difference does Clinton's supposed "corruption" make when in the grand scheme of things you weren't gonna vote that way anyway?

You say you don't vote... and that's... your right. But if you vote for the "republican" in THIS race, YOU ARE VOTING FOR A RACIST. There are no if ands or buts about it and any attempt to try to boil THAT down into something else is whitewashing and just... willful ignorance. Republicans have been known to be the party for racists for MANY a year but they usually keep it locked away and cloaked in the words of "soft racism".... calling you a nigger to your face without actually using those exact words... but Donald. He may not use direct racial epithets but he sure as hell can figure out how to call minorities and the poor (ie anyone that can't afford to live in a Manhattan high rise) worthless pieces of shit while pretending to hold the elevator door.

I don't have to rail off the litany of shit he has done because I can safely assume you already know it all.... and yet... you are going to [maybe] give him your vote. I mean... like... I'm just beside myself as to how anyone (let alone you) could ever be made to feel like that man deserves to be rewarded for it. "Donald Trump gives a voice to the people that have been feeling like they have had their voice taken away..." yeah, and those voices are RACIST! While we weren't able to all out silence them, there HAD been at least a nice cap put on the shit up until Trump came around. Keep pushin' that 2nd Amendment shit and he's gonna find out that the people he thought would the holding the guns and pitchforks are gonna be a little "darker".

And to be sure, I'm not encouraging anyone to vote for Hillary. That's just who *I am gonna vote for. I really wanted to vote for Bernie because I loved pretty much everything he had to say and his issues but after trying to visualize him as the President (doing everything else a President has to do besides legislate and sign stuff), I just didn't see it. I think Hillary has the right amount of "bitch" in her to carry on with some of the more misogynistic countries.

But if you say you don't usually vote, I would encourage you to NOT vote again in this one either. Because while I can may be able to let your republicanism slide (haha), after this election, I'm gonna have a real crisis of conscious dealing with the knowledge of someone having willingly cast their vote for a reputed racist, misogynist, tax cheating, war dodging bigot....

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So today I’m performing a public service on behalf of all the voters. I went back and re-read all the criticisms and attacks and best-selling “exposés” leveled at Hillary Rodham Clinton over the past quarter-century. And I’ve compiled a list of all her High Crimes and Misdemeanors.
Here they are:

 

1. When she was first lady, she murdered White House lawyer Vince Foster and then dumped his body in a park.

2. She drove Vince Foster to commit suicide through her temper tantrums.

3. She was having an affair with Vince Foster.

4. She’s a lesbian.

5. Chelsea isn’t Bill Clinton’s child.

6. She murdered Vince Foster to cover up that she once bought a tract of undeveloped land in Arkansas and lost money.

7. She murdered Vince Foster to cover up her role in firing the White House travel department.

8. After she murdered Vince Foster, she ransacked his office in the middle of the night and stole all the documents proving her guilt.

9. When Bill Clinton was governor of Arkansas, she was a partner in the state’s top law firm, and it sometimes did work involving the state government.

10. She once invested in commodities futures on the advice of a friend and made $100,000, proving she’s a crook.

11. She once invested in real estate on the advice of another friend and lost $100,000, also proving she’s a crook.

12. Unnamed and unverifiable sources have told Peggy Noonan things about the Clintons that are simply too terrible to repeat.

13. The personnel murdered at Benghazi make her the first secretary of state to lose overseas personnel to terrorism — apart from Condi Rice, Colin Powell, Madeleine Albright, George Schultz, Dean Rusk and some others.

14. Four State Department staff were murdered at Benghazi, compared with only 119 others murdered overseas under every secretary of state combined since World War II.

15. She illegally sent classified emails from her personal server, except that apparently they weren’t classified at the time.

16. She may have cynically wriggled around the email law by “technically” complying with it.

17. She once signed a lucrative book contract when she was a private citizen.

18. Donald Trump says she “should be in jail,” and he’s a serial bankrupt casino developer in Atlantic City, so he should know.

19. Former House Majority Leader Tom Delay says his “law-enforcement sources” tell him she is “about to be indicted” — and if a man once convicted of money laundering and conspiracy doesn’t have good law-enforcement sources, who does?

20. She’s a hard-left radical who wants to break up the nuclear family.

21. She’s a conservative “mousewife” who refused to break up her own family.

22. She’s in favor of single moms.

23. She refused to be a single mom.

24. When she was first lady of Arkansas, she pandered to conservative voters by dyeing her hair.

25. Before that, she totally insulted them by refusing to.

26. She’s a frump.

27. She spends too much money on designer dresses.

28. She has “cankles.”

29. She has a grating voice.

30. She yells into the microphone.

31. She spent 18 years in Arkansas and some of the people she knew turned out to be crazy rednecks and crooks.

32. She’s in the pay of the mafia.

33. She’s in the pay of the Chinese government.

34. She’s in the pay of the Wall Street banks.

35. In order to suppress the billing records from her time at the Rose Law Firm in Little Rock, she cleverly packed them up and took them to the White House rather than shredding them.

36. When she handed over the documents to public officials, they couldn’t find any evidence she’d committed any crimes, so she must have doctored them.

37. Congress spent tens of millions of dollars and six years investigating her investment in the Whitewater real-estate project, and, while they didn’t actually find anything, they wouldn’t have spent all that money if there weren’t something there.

38. By cleverly hiding all evidence of her crimes in the Whitewater affair, she caused Congress to waste all that taxpayers’ money.

39. When she ran for senator of New York, she was still a fan of the Chicago Cubs.

40. She once said the Clintons were thinking of adopting a child, and they didn’t follow through.

41. She was photographed holding her hand near her mouth during the raid that killed Osama bin Laden.

42. She’s got brain damage.

43. She’s old.

44. She’s really ambitious and calculating, unlike all the other people running for president.

45. She secretly supported Palestinian terrorists, Puerto Rican terrorists and Guatemalan terrorists.

46. She secretly supported a group that wants to give Maine back to the Indians.

47. She’s a secret follower of “radical prophet” Saul Alinsky.

48. She did her law degree at Yale, and it’s a well-known “socialist finishing school.”

49. When she was young, she did things to build up her résumé rather than just for their own good.

50. When Bill was president, she “allowed” him to keep people waiting.

51. She’s married to a sex addict.

52. She’s an enemy of traditional marriage.

53. She didn’t divorce her husband.

54. His philandering is her fault because she is too strong, and too weak, and too frumpy, and too fat, and too cold.

55. She’s hostile to women who fool around with her husband.

56. A divorced taxi driver in Florida told me that if Hillary is elected president, “women will take over everything.”

57. She insulted Tammy Wynette.

58. When they left the White House, she and Bill bought a big house in New York that they couldn’t afford.

59. She sometimes calls her staff during dinner, even when they’re out at a restaurant.

60. She claimed there was a “vast right-wing conspiracy” against her husband, and it turned out there was nothing but a bunch of tycoons financing private investigators, and some fake think tanks and books and news sites and stuff.

61. When she got married, she didn’t “stay at home and bake cookies.”

62. She supported the Iraq war because she’s a secret foreign-policy conservative.

63. She’s a secret foreign-policy radical with a plan to impose worldwide “radical social experimentation” through the World Bank.

64. She is secretly plotting to let children sue their parents for making them take out the garbage.

65. She looked bored during the Benghazi hearings.

66. Oh, yeah — and she totally has a vagina.

It’s clear: Hillary must be stopped. Hearings now!

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Doc Brown for president. Great Scott that would be the tits.

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Seriously though, I've watched many hours of Alex Jones. He is a complete nutbag but he does make a bunch of good points. Too bad he blows shit out of purportion to sell bug out bags and water purification tablets on his website. He is fun to watch.

 

Also, I've watched three of Trumps rallies now and I still don't know anything about his planned policies. Same for Hillary. I don't know shit about Johnson either besides what I saw when he went on Joe Rogans podcast, which is worth checking out. He just seemed human to me.

Point is, it seems to me all of these politicians are willfully and skillfully vague when it comes to specifics of policies 

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DemonicSwagger said

Are you guys trying to change each other's minds? Debating will change no one's opinion. What it will do is bring up counter arguments that appear valid and will cause one to search for information to create a reasonable rebuttal (and they will find one that suits their needs). If you enjoy chasing your tail than have at it. The effort will remain futile.
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@demonicswagger , exactly. I definitely know I won't change anyone's mind. I am more defending my stance on Republicanism than anything else.

 

Pigg said 
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Also, Psyral: WHY don't you agree with any socialist ideas? I am genuinely curious.   

@piggofdoom , It goes back to my core belief in Republicanism which gives citizens sovereign authority over government. Socialism gives less power to citizens. It may have some beneficial aspects but I will never vote for something the violates tenants of a Republic. I like the United States and as a form of government we are a Constitutional Republic, not a democracy. Democracy can lead to socialism and in the "worst" case totalitarianism. Republicanism restricts movement towards that. People may say that is not what the republican party is but there are many republicans like me who believe in the original construct of the ideology. This construct does not just go back to Lincoln who actually did some non republican things through expansion of federal authority which is counter to the Republican ideology, it goes back to Plato. Socialism and, to a degree, Democratism seeks to expand federal authority instead of limit it.

 

Cheshyr said
... OCJ Courtesy Cut [EDIT SPOILERS HAVE STOPPED WORKING SORRY] ...

@cheshyr , Sorry about that, the website is updated regularly and sometimes the updates kill the spoilers for some reason. But they should work now. I didn't realize they died.

Yay! They work.

Cheshyr said 
... I've learned long ago that in most cases, there's no talking to a republican about issues that may involve them making one dollar less if it meant feeding the homeless or righting racial wrongs. That is not their concern. Their concern is money and making sure they don't have to give anything away to anybody. All this despite their own was made on the backs of those that sacrificed everything so that the children of their bosses/mastas could enjoy the smugness given them by all the money and soul searching their grandpas didn't have to. This country was built by slaves, ya know? Think of the SAVINGS!...

This is not all Republicans. Some Republicans are not Republican because of money. It is a political system and not an economic system. While politics do play into economics in our current environment, the true Republican ideal has nothing to do with economics but rather citizen sovereignty.

In line with what some have already stated, left leaning media likes to present Republicans as money hungry while right leaning media shows them as proponents for individual freedoms. These are not the only things the two sides show, just one of the many. And the same holds true for the portrayal of Democrats by both sides of the media. In actuality, You will be hard pressed to find any articles from a particular side of the media that shows anything positive about the other side.

I am not rich at all. In fact I work all year just to have enough money to make it to the next Gathering. When I leave the Gathering, I am flat broke, every time, and ready to start work again just to make it to the next Gathering. There are a lot of poor Republicans who care less about money but you won't see that portrayed in any news articles or shows because it is just not what viewers want to see.

 

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... Which makes your obvious intelligence seem to go to waste when it comes to dealing with EVERYTHING ELSE about Donald Trump. What *I am reading is that it really doesn't matter to you that the opponent is Hillary beyond the fact that she is a democrat and you are republican. You weren't gonna vote for anything else anyway so what difference does Clinton's supposed "corruption" make when in the grand scheme of things you weren't gonna vote that way anyway?

You say you don't vote... and that's... your right. But if you vote for the "republican" in THIS race, YOU ARE VOTING FOR A RACIST. There are no if ands or buts about it and any attempt to try to boil THAT down into something else is whitewashing and just... willful ignorance. Republicans have been known to be the party for racists for MANY a year but they usually keep it locked away and cloaked in the words of "soft racism".... calling you a nigger to your face without actually using those exact words... but Donald. He may not use direct racial epithets but he sure as hell can figure out how to call minorities and the poor (ie anyone that can't afford to live in a Manhattan high rise) worthless pieces of shit while pretending to hold the elevator door. ...

 The corruption accusations where an ad hominem attack. Just showing what media outlets show (At least the right wing one I use) And again, the same ad hominem attacks occur from the other side.

It is not about voting for a racist. Any racist policies he may try to enact will be shot down by our country's checks and balances. This is about voting for a political ideology. I live in a very Republican state and in an area that is considered the most culturally diverse area in Texas where the most recent census showed only 11.1% white. These non-white Republicans are not voting for his racist outlooks, most of them are voting, as I would, to do anything possible from having a Democrat as president for another 4 years. And these are not rich people either. Alief (the city I live in) is known as "an impoverished, multicultural enclave." Again, it is about the true ideological differences in the various parties, not about the static and noise that we see everyday from the news. The ideological differences are not about race, money, helping the poor or oppressed, immigration, abortion rights, or the countless other issues that people ascribe to the parties. The differences have to do with how the government should be run at it's core. I will always vote for the ideology of what strengthen the foundation of the Constitutional Republic. Democratism is an ideology of federalistic expansion which is an idea very opposed to Republicanism. This is about core government paradigms (defined as how something should work; an ideal instance)

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...But if you say you don't usually vote, I would encourage you to NOT vote again in this one either. Because while I can may be able to let your republicanism slide (haha), after this election, I'm gonna have a real crisis of conscious dealing with the knowledge of someone having willingly cast their vote for a reputed racist, misogynist, tax cheating, war dodging bigot....

 If it looks like Clinton may have a chance in Texas, I will definitely vote for Trump to prevent any more spread of Democratism. I cannot stress how fundamental an idea it is for me that the concept of the Republic is preserved. A vote for a Democrat or even not voting against a Democrat that may win any political seat or electoral points is something I can never do. I don't think anything will ever change this in me.

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Just a little side note. It is interesting how word meanings change. Federalism is a synonym now for Republicanism in many dictionaries. This is just wrong! Republicanism is for the diminishment of federal power. It is for citizen sovereignty over federal government. Plato would be appalled at the complete 180 degree reversal of meanings of the words he used to define a republic. It was the original definitions that were used when founding the country. It is why the constitution specifically defines we are a republic and why the Pledge of Allegiance has "...and to the Republic..." The Constitution and the Declaration of Independence mentions the Republic. Not once is it mentioned that we are a Democracy. In fact the word democracy is intentionally absent from both documents since the Democratic ideal would be detrimental to the Constitutional Republic that was designed for the people and by the people.

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In some cases it just comes down to only one issues that is important to a particular person. I have a friend who is a hard core Republican who will not be voting for Trump. He says, for him, it comes down to shredded cheese vs. grated cheese. He works in a cheese shredding food processing plant with a very diverse and multi-cultural workforce, some who he believes may be un-documented immigrants. He is sick and tired of Trump's discriminatory rhetoric in interviews always claiming he is going to "make America grate again!"

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Slumerican502 said
Seriously though, I've watched many hours of Alex Jones. He is a complete nutbag but he does make a bunch of good points. Too bad he blows shit out of purportion to sell bug out bags and water purification tablets on his website. He is fun to watch.

 

Also, I've watched three of Trumps rallies now and I still don't know anything about his planned policies. Same for Hillary. I don't know shit about Johnson either besides what I saw when he went on Joe Rogans podcast, which is worth checking out. He just seemed human to me.

Point is, it seems to me all of these politicians are willfully and skillfully vague when it comes to specifics of policies   

That's because getting into the specifics is really boring and most people won't keep up. What they do is they over simplify their answers and sprinkle it with trigger words to get the public's attention. This election is the worst, though. Trump is the best at giving extremely simple speeches. If you pay attention he will repeat certain words over and over again to the point where it's hilariously obvious that he's doing it. Then the sad part is that it works in convincing people. Then the even sadder part is we can't tell if he really is that dumb or if it's an act. Call that ad hominem but it's true. He's just as two faced and deceitful as Hillary is, we're kind of screwed this election. Just consider the fact that he was pro immigration, pro choice, pro universal health care and completely anti David Duke saying that having a racist bigot like David Duke in your party is bad before running for president. Now he wants to close the borders and deport every illegal immigrant, he is pro life, he is against having a government funded health care system and he claims to know nothing about David Duke. He's a crook just like Hillary. We're fucked this election, because sadly people will willingly support known crooks like Trump or Hillary just so the other side doesn't win. We have shitty presidents this election and even shittier voters.

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Can't we all agree that the scam artist Alex Jones would not actually show an anti Trump person competent enough to tear apart his narrative on his show?

Can't we also agree that the type of person to protest any rally is probably a dumb ass anyways?

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@cheshyr you are spot on. I cant believe how dumbed down and blinded society has gotten. 

Incase anyone was wondering, im not for clinton either, in fact im not even registered to vote. My belief is that the president is predetermined, therefore i dont see a reason to vote since the shits rigged.

I thought i was gonna really enjoy watching the candidates bash eachother this election year. It has been entertaining but not fun for me. The fact that people are actually backing up trump makes me depressed and worried. The fact that everybody has become zombies makes me depressed, im mean shit they made matrix's inside matrix's inside matrix's, cough pokemon go cough.

What makes me worried is that this election is a test to see how tamed we are. Sadly, i see that they have achieved what they want, and that makes me scared for whats next. I feel something history changing is upon us, i just hope everyone snaps outta the trance before its too late.  

My friend has a bit of a conspiracy theory. He thinks that Trump is deliberately trying to be the most vulgar and offensive candidate he can be to scare people into voting for Hillary. The one thing that adds a scary touch of validity is that Trump was extremely democratic prior to running.

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King Lucem Ferre said
Can't we all agree that the scam artist Alex Jones would not actually show an anti Trump person competent enough to tear apart his narrative on his show?

Can't we also agree that the type of person to protest any rally is probably a dumb ass anyways?

My friend has a bit of a conspiracy theory. He thinks that Trump is deliberately trying to be the most vulgar and offensive candidate he can be to scare people into voting for Hillary. The one thing that adds a scary touch of validity is that Trump was extremely democratic prior to running.  

Yeah i heard that conspiracy too. That its all a stunt to make sure hillary gets in, especially since he has always backed the clintons and even donated to them.

He is now going back on all the things he said to be nominee of the party, that supports that theory even more. Still makes me sad that people actually support the jesters irrational point of view. Proves just how submissive the general population is. Also proves that people dont think before they speak, the ones supporting trumps views are the ones who are quick to pop off at the mouth and regret what they said later. People need to wake the fuck up

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I didn't understand what that video was about.

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What's wrong with society?

Oh, I don't know. Is it that we collectively thought Steve Jobs was a great man, even when we knew he made billions off the backs of children? Or maybe it's that it feels like all our heroes are counterfeit. The world itself is just one big hoax. Spamming each other with our running commentary of bullshit masquerading as insight, our social media faking as intimacy. Or is it that we voted for this? Not with our rigged elections, but with our things, our property, our money. I'm not saying anything new. We all know why we do this, not because Hunger Games books makes us happy but because we wanna be sedated. Because it's painful not to pretend, because we're cowards. Fuck society.

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