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  2. https://www.newsweek.com/fbi-asks-evidence-individuals-inciting-violence-during-protests-people-respond-videos-police-1508165 The FBI on Monday posted to social media a request for photos and videos of individuals provoking violence during the nationwide peaceful demonstrations over the killing of George Floyd last week. But many on Twitter quickly began sharing video clips and photos of police cracking down violently on protesters.
  3. There was no attempt to get the protesters to disperse multiple times. It's just more right wing propaganda. They waited till an appointed time and cleared the protesters out so Trump could walk across the street. We know what happened. Its not disputed by anyone on the ground nor by any media agency whether domestic or foreign.
  4. I hear if you say the word antifa 3 times while looking into a mirror bad things happen....
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  6. I never really paid much attention to Antifa, always seemed like a made up right wing political theory. So basically is it anyone who dislikes Trump, protests, and has beliefs different from the current administration?
  7. Unless Republicans came to their senses then yes. I hope it doesn’t go this route. It may not end in civil war, but it would definitely be close where the white suburb people start to fight back.
  8. I would assume the Senate would need to be under Democratic control for this to happen though. Also, Roberts would just swear Biden in at the normal time I bet, regardless of what Trump was doing.
  9. The Sergeant at Arms can, upon orders of the Senate, arrest and detain any person who violates Senate rules, or is found in contempt of Congress. That’s the easiest way. Chief Law Enforcement Officer As the Senate’s chief law enforcement officer, the sergeant at arms can compel senators to come to the Senate Chamber to establish a quorum. In addition, the sergeant at arms supervises the Senate wing of the Capitol, maintaining security in the Capitol and in all the Senate buildings and controlling access to the Senate Chamber and galleries. The sergeant at arms also protects the members and can arrest and detain any person violating Senate rules. The Secret Service would hopefully stand down. Like I said, logistically, it’s the easiest way.
  10. https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2015/09/orlando-police-complaints-in-the-spotlight-as-african-american-ex-chief-runs-for-congress/443526/ Allegations of use of excessive force while she was police chief will be her biggest problem.
  11. your attempts to compare known terrorists organizations with clear leadership and antifa is beyond stupid and shows you aren't adult enough for this thread. Move on.
  12. Logistically that would be up to the Sergeant at Arms of the Senate.
  13. Hah I didn't realize her husband was Sheriff of Orange County and current Mayor of Orange County. They could not run against this ticket That said, would she be able to navigate Washington as deftly as someone like Warren and oversee major initiatives?
  14. They were obeying the law. But it's no surprise that you support tear gassing peaceful American protesters after only a few attempts to get them to clear out 30 mins before curfew. I mean... law enforcement had no other recourse. They couldn't have waited another 30mins. They couldn't have tried to disperse the crowd w/ other means. Tear gas the sons of bitches and fire on them w/ rubber bullets ASAP! That's the American way!!
  15. Al Qaeda actually had a leadership structure. ANTIFA is anyone anywhere that breaks something.
  16. I guess Anonymous is like the boogeyman for the intelligence community. Also, it wasn't autonomous terrorist cells who flew planes into buildings on 9/11. Just a few misguided and disgruntled airline pilots unified and pissed off about their Christmas bonus.
  17. That’s actually an interesting point.
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  19. That team was lucky. Our team has been held back by the QB. Even if Tannehill's play drops off a little, the team as constructed should still contend for the AFC Title. And what exactly did they lose on defense, Ryan who got torched in the 2nd half and Casey who was disappointing and aging.
  20. That has been "good to all of us"?! Fuck you Kellyanne.
  21. Yeah, sign me up for Demings all day, my only worry is the federal experience aspect.
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