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Themessenger777 55 points ago +55 / -0

I drive a school bus....cops are showing heavy presence at HS and middle schools. Lots of my kids (40-50%) are no shows today...this is in NJ.. We have had 3 school lockdowns in 3 weeks at our HS due to threats....

The yellow bus still keeps rolling through it all kek...

Blessings frens...

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Dudeman1717 20 points ago +20 / -0

Natural born warrior right here!

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SirRupert 14 points ago +14 / -0

I walked to school every day but youbdont qant to hear that story.

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Tree_Frog 13 points ago +13 / -0

I did too, and sometimes the snow was 3 feet deep!!! (That's what I tell the kids anyway. . .)

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EUssr 4 points ago +4 / -0

I had to walk barefoot and carry my seventeen siblings on my back. The glass shards on the ground didn't really help either.

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HebsFarm 4 points ago +4 / -0

John McClain has entered the chat.

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tstr 3 points ago +3 / -0

I had to walk uphill in the snow both ways when I went to school. The funny thing is it is actually true. We had to walk over a hill to get to the bus stop.

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SirRupert 2 points ago +2 / -0

Back in day, tje cars had chrome bumpers. That was glamorous bumper hitching my fren.

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Tree_Frog 3 points ago +3 / -0

We used to call it "skitching." Road salt treated with chemicals to work at cold temps ruined it all.

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SirRupert 2 points ago +2 / -0

Some progress rubs in tne wounds too much.

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Themessenger777 2 points ago +2 / -0

Uphill both ways in the snow? Me too 🙃

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Ogcarvattack 7 points ago +7 / -0

Based busdriver. Love ya fren. Godbless.

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Themessenger777 2 points ago +2 / -0

Back atcha fren!

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MoLibertyson 2 points ago +2 / -0

This is an indication that you are old school and most certainly the best school. Keep 'em safe Patriot.

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Themessenger777 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yes I'm old school, plus was born without fear...so thankful to God for that. I do my best to instill courage in our young people...you might be surprised how many are based!

Blessings fren

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p8riot 29 points ago +29 / -0

circulates on social media

So... you can't talk about voter fraud, or vaccines. But spreading propaganda about obviously bogus school shootings is fair game.

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EUssr 17 points ago +17 / -0

The whole point is to get some retards to do it and then clamp down on 2A.

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fazzman23 3 points ago +3 / -0

this

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BigFreedomBoner 17 points ago +17 / -0

So so glowie.

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What-Me-Worry 17 points ago +17 / -0

Today is the 17th eh?

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BigFreedomBoner 8 points ago +8 / -0

Oh man. I didn't notice that at first. Jeez. Need sunblock.

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MAGA_mandalorian 3 points ago +3 / -0

More like a radiation suit. I wonder what half baked FF the glowies have in store for us to laugh at today

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CarrieDodson17 11 points ago +13 / -2

How is it possible that anyone is still willfully sending their kids to the public indoctrination centers?

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What-Me-Worry 14 points ago +14 / -0

I do it unwillingly, the wife and I are trapped in this system. Three kids, one in each level; grade, middle and high school. No way for the wife and I to home school full time and pay the mortgage and healthcare.

House prices are over-inflated here in the deep blue northeast.

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Ogcarvattack 6 points ago +6 / -0

Two kids, one income here. Just trying to encourage others to do the same. Your kids will benefits tremendously.

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CarrieDodson17 7 points ago +7 / -0

1 kid. 1 income. Widowed mother and STILL choosing to homeschool.

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Ogcarvattack 8 points ago +8 / -0

Wow! Godbless you! When the sun hits your face know that God is smiling down upon you.

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What-Me-Worry 2 points ago +2 / -0

Good job Fren.

The schools here push CRT so bad even my 10 year old recognizes it. We don't purposely influence our kids politically, but they are more "awake" than most of their classmates AND teachers.

It's easy to see the agenda once you know their evil plans.

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CarrieDodson17 1 point ago +1 / -0

I think there must be a lot of parents, even Patriots on this site, who are just still unaware of the rights they forfeit and therefore the risk they take while their kids are in the care of a public school. Discussion on some if these lower in this thread.

I live on the opposite coast facing similar rising living costs but to encourage you - if there is a time you decide it needs to be done, it CAN be done.

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poopypajamas 1 point ago +1 / -0

No.

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pearlrevolver 1 point ago +1 / -0

Perhaps it's a good time to sell and move to an affordable red state then? Over-inflated home prices won't stay that way forever.

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CarrieDodson17 2 points ago +2 / -0

I live in a supposedly blue state but don't trust that label because our elections have been rigged for decades.

Moving is an option that some are considering but if you follow Brendon O'Connell's work you'll have also considered that there may be a deliberate effort that includes people we presently consider to be "good guys" to coerce migration so Patritos are more consolidated.

The carrots coming out of Florida to entice Patriots to relocate there, for example, sound like slightly higher brow bribes than the ice cream offers for children who agree to take their jabs. Maybe I'm too suspicious or perhaps I am right. Time will tell.

What I am sure of is that what we're experiencing now is not by any means the final phase of their plans. Many in the US think it is impossible, for example, that we'll ever lose our guns but those same people, some of them, may still be thinking in the very short term of this year or next and may not have considered how very patient the DS is.

We are less able to defend ourselves if we are consolidated. I hope a lot of Patriots in blue states will stay put to defend our homes.

In 4 or 5 years, maybe sooner, AI machines may be employed to do the collection and enforcement work that our fellow men in law enforcement, wouldn't because they refuse to turn against us or couldn't because we are armed. If I am right that they are deliberately working to divide us geographically for future projects they have in store, by moving we would be cooperating with their efforts.

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CarrieDodson17 1 point ago +3 / -2

Very sad. You are not the only one who believes that you're too entrapped in the beast slave system to make a change. I very much doubt you couldn't make a change if you chose to make that sacrifice but I am also not surprised that you, like many others, won't.

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What-Me-Worry 3 points ago +3 / -0

The changes my like-minded friends and I will be making will begin in front of the local school board. I keep in touch with 2 members of the town council and they are on board with changing the school system as well. These schools allow too much top down authority from the state capitol and kiss the feet of the state Dept of Health. That all has to change and I'll help push that effort along.

My wife and I will likely be fired for refusing the shots. We are in perpetual limbo but we have faith in God, ourselves and the plan to restore America to what our forefathers intended.

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MammasAlwaysRIGHT 7 points ago +7 / -0

I have two businesses and 3 elementary aged kids. I have an anti masking page and have been part of a three point spear that’s shaking up my County regarding masking in school children. If I had a dollar for every time someone simply wrote “homeschool” I’d have $100. I homeschooled 3 elementary aged kids with two businesses through the pandemic. It was not for us. And I’m really getting annoyed at that one-tier solution. No, I’m not going to take my kids away from the teachers and friends they made…I’m going to write my name big like John Hancock against this tyranny and FIGHT for my kids. Not unsubscribe and hide. NCSWIC

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needorganization 4 points ago +4 / -0

Don't worry about these folks. It's frustrating that the only answer to some people are, "do what I do, it's the only way." Clearly there are other ways.

Personally, I wanted my wife to HS but she didn't want to. It's actually been very good for our kid and our school seems pretty good, and especially compared with the ones in our same area. He loves to go to school. I NEVER wanted to go to school. Ever. My mom homeschooled us kids one year and she promised she never would again. And she was a homemaker and loved us kids.

Our kid is overly social. Sure, he could go to some HS hangout or whatever they call it but he gets far more interaction at school with his classmates and teachers.

Should this school change, we'll look at other options.

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MarkusCincinnatus 3 points ago +3 / -0

The choice shouldn’t be between home schooling and government schools, it should be between home schooling and private schools. Education is an individually consumed, abstract service industry. There’s no need to tangle it up with compulsion, coercion, taxation, and government propaganda. The private schools could be quite varied to appeal to different people: online or in-person, big or small, neighborhood or regional, religious or not, multicultural or not, disciplinarian or not, etc, etc. Eventually the alumni would reveal the effectiveness of their respective schools’ and the more effective ones would receive more resources and expand, while the foolish ones would wither without coercive government subsidies.

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Ogcarvattack 5 points ago +5 / -0

They maybe be good schools. But you child will never get the attention at school as they do at home. The average one on one time in school is exponentially less than what you can give your child.

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Ogcarvattack 4 points ago +4 / -0

Thats alright. Let the prussian education system do its work.

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pearlrevolver 3 points ago +3 / -0

Hyperbole with no attempt at any other solution than your preferred one.

Translation: I don't like your answer so I'm going to continue to whine!

The studies have been done. Students score higher across the board if they've received a home education. Sorry if the truth doesn't adhere to your preferences, that's just reality bud. https://www.nheri.org/research-facts-on-homeschooling/

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CarrieDodson17 5 points ago +6 / -1

It's not shallow to point out the truth. It is not selfish to prioritize the physical, emotional and intellectual safety of your children over your present lifestyle. Having children, more than at any other time in history perhaps, is a choice and too many parents are eager to farm their most important responsibility of educating and raising their own children onto someone else.

If the American public had to pay the same monetary cost for the public schools that they do by investing in homeschooling or choosing a private school, the public schools today would be empty. Ron Paul agrees and has a fabulous home school curriculum ronpaulcurriculum.com that we have used for three years now.

Since the events we have seen unfold since 2020 there isn't a parent in America whose kids are still enrolled in public school who can say with integrity that they are not compromising their kid's best interest educationally, emotionally, intellectually and maybe even physically by keeping their kids in public school.

I stand by my comment and will add that people still enrolling their kids in public schools are either too far trapped in the beast debt slave system to believe they can remove themselves or too in love with their present lifestyle to make some sacrifices for the wellbeing of their children.

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CarrieDodson17 4 points ago +4 / -0

You can choose to keep your kids in the beast system public school as long as you wish in the same way you can choose to accept the beast system jab or any of the other beast system offerings that make your life more pleasant. I am still buying and selling with the beast system's worthless paper dollars. To varying degrees all of us are still enslaved.

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CarrieDodson17 5 points ago +5 / -0

Ronpaulcurriculum.com is fantastic.

I am a widowed mother of one child. I have my own modest income and live in a modest home and choose to purchase only things I can afford to buy.

My son loves what he is learning at home and the freedom he has to advance beyond what he could in a classroom with 30 other kids but more importantly the content is morally and technically sound.

You seem to be very triggered and defensive about your choice to partake of the beast educational indoctrination system. That is a problem you'll have to work through.

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Unhappymeal 5 points ago +5 / -0

I normally like your posts. In this case, you’re in the wrong. No matter the circumstances, changes could be made to swap to homeschooling. Change isn’t always easy and sometimes straight up difficult.

As for your comment with Ron and Bernie could still win. Trump knew Bernie was an actual threat and stood a good shot if the corrupt system hadn’t sidelined him. There was enough dumbasses back then who woulda voted for him making it problematic.

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CarrieDodson17 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'm not religious. But if I were I might caution you about the biblical warnings on attacking widows lol. And Ron Paul was the best Presidential candidate we had an option to consider electing, had our system not been rigged, in my lifetime.

If you feel so great about what you're doing and you know it is best for your kids I guess you should keep doing what you're doing!

It's great that you're working to make change in the public schools. Maybe you'll wake someone up by bringing up issues there. The structure of our present top down govt funded school system is what allowed this to occur so more than likely these institutions and their federal and state funding will need to be completely eliminated and then re-imagined and re-created at a local level before the top down problems we're seeing now will be successfully corrected.

Whatever you are able to accomplish in making changes there without losing access to the govt funds and the ability to operate will be indicative of what the govt is ALLOWING you to change, not what your actions are somehow requiring the govt to change.

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EliFarQuar 2 points ago +2 / -0

All public schools are not bad. I didn't think I'd ever put my kids in public schools but I have an autistic son who has gotten waaaaay more love and support in the last two years than he ever got from a private school.

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Wigsrip 2 points ago +2 / -0

Agree. We are in deep red Texas - which helps - but our schools are excellent. Parents are VERY involved. My kids hated homeschooling (perhaps a reflection on me) and regressed. They wanted school and a social life. I have been pleased with the curriculum and quality of teachers. Again - we are in deep red texas.

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CarrieDodson17 1 point ago +1 / -0

I personally think it is bad that public schools have the ability to lawfully and indefinitely detain children and prevent their parents from having access to them.

Unless you disagree that that is a bad thing for American parents and kids or unless your public school is a school that somehow evades the laws that apply to the rest of the public schools in this country, I guess we would be in agreement that there are no "good" public schools at present.

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RWB_PAPatriot 1 point ago +1 / -0

I am a teacher (in a blue state) with a very based and patriotic household. My girls have to go to public school because my husband and I can't afford to stay home, let alone private school. We are very active in our girls academics and they share everything they are learning. If they are asked who our president is, without hesitation will say Donald Trump. Please don't belittle the patriots who are trying to do their best and make it through these crazy times.

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CarrieDodson17 2 points ago +2 / -0

I have not belittled anyone. I have stated truths including that TO ME it is surprising that parents continue to entrust the government with their kids education and safety.

We all make personal lifestyle choices that we are ultimately responsible for. As a widowed single mother living in one of the two most expensive states in our nation who also chooses to homeschool I know that anyone who makes the choice to homeschool can do so. I'm not even saying everyone should homeschool or that what works for me should work for you.

I can only assume that parents still trusting the government to educate their kids don't realize the rights they forfeit every time their child enters a public school, including the right to collect their child at their discretion discussed in more detail lower in this thread.

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CarrieDodson17 1 point ago +1 / -0

Also, traditionalapproach.org has some great resources that could be of use to you if at some time in the future you decide on alternate schooling arrangements including, with your personal skillset and background, starting your own small private school.

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Bedminster 8 points ago +8 / -0

Watch for possible indictment related news today. Durham might be unsealing more and some big names might be included. This "school shooting / bomb" shit is either a distraction or warning.

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VetforTrump 8 points ago +8 / -0

So we are still reacting to everything like clowns.

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CarrieDodson17 1 point ago +1 / -0

If your children are indefinitely and lawfully detained at their public school when the state either creates or classifies an event a "public threat" that justifies their preventing your having access and freedom to collect your children, will you laugh about the absurdity of it all then too or will you curse yourself for not preventing it from happening when you could have?

Apparantly there are still a lot of freedom loving Patriots who are still simply not aware that they forfeit their parental rights to their kids when the kids are left in the care of the public schools.

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Phishhed44 4 points ago +4 / -0

My daughter & her husband's best friends live in Oxford Michigan and in the aftermath of the deadly shooting MORE CALLS FOR VIOLENCE came-into the school!!! Oakland County where Oxford is got 135 calls for more violence since the shooting, and my daughter told me last eve they've shutdown schools until Feb 3rd. These kids have not only been outta school mostly for a year, they see adults being mask nazi morons, and now with massive looting going unchecked nationwide they've lost any semblance of respect for authority. I archived this ABC article so y'all don't have to suffer msm tripe.

https://archive.ph/gLxPe/share

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R3tro 4 points ago +4 / -0

The odds that the faggot who started this on tik tok is: A) a faggot B) a liberal C) an fbi glowie D) a faggot liberal fbi glowie

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rupedoggydawg 3 points ago +3 / -0

I sent my son to school. We will not be intimidated. Amazing how many people kept their kids home.

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needorganization 3 points ago +3 / -0

Probably the same people who mask and vax their kids.

Fear is some peoples only motivator, apparently.

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CarrieDodson17 1 point ago +1 / -0

Also amazing - how many uninformed though well intentioned Patriots have no idea that dropping their kids off at public school equates to forfeiting their parental rights to access and collect their children if the powers that be decide to create or otherwise declare an emergency.

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rupedoggydawg 1 point ago +1 / -0

Depends on the public school system. Ours is rural and pretty based.

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CarrieDodson17 1 point ago +1 / -0

Maybe your rural location and some based teachers or administrators gives you a sense of security, possibly even legitimately so, but that doesn't change the fact that ALL government run schools have the legal right to prevent you from having access to your child INDEFINITELY in the event of a created, contrived or genuine emergency. I'm not inventing this stuff. It is the law and parents who leave their kids in any public school should at the very least be informed about it.

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dirk 3 points ago +3 / -0

There was a lockdown at a school yesterday in Oregon. https://www.kgw.com/article/news/local/possible-threat-lake-oswego-high/283-f1f69465-21bf-4c2a-bf15-fb365adc6112 It just seems like they're trying to normalize looking these kids down. Like the government can just say, "umm.. we suspected... danger" and then just strip these kids of their rights and hold them prisoner until whenever the government deems things are safe. These kids were held at the school against their will until daddy government said they were released. Now they seem to be extending this to the entire country.

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Nolagirl99 3 points ago +3 / -0

This is exactly what’s happening. They are going after the kids. I was on a plane with majority college kids heading home, I noticed not one messed with their mask. Meanwhile, all of the adults were constantly touching. Watching little ones at gym or recess in masks while the teacher have them below the chin. People don’t quite understand the psychological toll it’s taken on kids. Keeping them isolated, running their immmune systems down, and keeping them in fear. It’s teaching the complicity

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CarrieDodson17 2 points ago +2 / -0

It's interesting you bring this point up. It is presently legal for public schools to keep your kids INDEFINITELY when the government decides there is a credible threat. That would include any threats the government may create for the purpose of separating you from your children. The moment you drop your kid off at their public school, you the parent do not have legal authority to go and collect your child if the government says you may not. So, I am not exaggerating when I say that between the risk of your kid getting jabbed without your consent or the risk of your child being detained against your will, you give up a lot of your freedom by dropping your kid off to be educated at your local public school.

This is like the NDAA laws passed under Obama that said American citizens could be indefinitely detained without charges brought. Just because the law went into effect doesn't mean it is definitely going to happen to all or even any of us, though it has happened and will continue to happen to some people. In the same way, the fact that public schools CAN declare an emergency and detain your kid indefinitely doesn't mean that they will but I'm not comfortable dropping my son off to a govt run institution that openly tells me they have the legal right to keep me from my child for as long as they wish and I would imagine that if other parents presently choosing to remain in the public schools were educated on this point and aware of the freedoms they give up in utilizing the public schools they would have some concerns with it too.

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tstr 3 points ago +3 / -0

There have been a number of threats at the schools where I am. Middle and high schools...

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Kunkussion 3 points ago +3 / -0

With the public distracted, its a good time to move ASSETS, isn't it? Not the innocent ones.. the guilty ones.

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Ogcarvattack 3 points ago +3 / -0

So if i say something against the official covid narrative i would immediately be banned. But national school shooting amd bomb threat day can trend.

The agenda here is unclear. (/S for the retards)

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Stuffyknows2much 2 points ago +2 / -0

It’s so you don’t notice the police buildup in town. They’re going to do something big tonight. Maybe arrest senators or Trump. They need to make sure we don’t rise up

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AngelCole 2 points ago +2 / -0

Not too long ago we had a man that was arrested for threatening to shoot high school students at a local high school because of the Rittenhouse verdict.

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ChristineAnne 2 points ago +2 / -0

Our PD sent out a notice not to be alarmed at increased police presence

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FreeSpeechAnon 1 point ago +2 / -1

I've done 3 random loops sound the kiddos school today. It's on all of us to keep an eye out.