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MichaelConservative 3 points ago +3 / -0

Followed and submitted a comment

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MichaelConservative 1 point ago +1 / -0

6.3 million of the 8 million were Kamala Harris' staff members. Turnover rate not accounted for.

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MichaelConservative 1 point ago +1 / -0

Another thing I'd like to mention. There is but ONE truth. Does any one person have that perfect perspective on all things, and no all truth? Unless they are God, no.

That being said, we should seek out that ONE truth. Every "story" has one true set of events. It's hard to know who's the closest to telling the closest story to the truth.

Consider Jan. 6th, someone who attended may not know what happened at the capitol doors, just because someone's there, doesn't necessarily give them authority on the event. It took time to discover the reality of that situation, surrounded by phones and filming. Maybe a little too much filming. 🤔

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MichaelConservative 1 point ago +1 / -0

I think yes and no. We have many denominations that promote earthly things, like LGBT+ agendas.

I could get behind unifying many churches under a large umbrella.

Actually my church is involved in something called NH alliance. Churches that initially came together to help fight the drug crisis in NH, but is now expanding in a lot of directions. It has long been my prayer for unity even when starch differences exist between the different denominations and guess what?! There has been much unity. They focus on the core tenets of Christianity.

Look at something similar, Ligonier Ministries, they do something very similar. R.C. Sproul and John McArthur have many disagreements theologically. When asked about McArthur's salvation, RC responded, "I don't think I'll see him in heaven. He'll be so much closer to God than I, I don't think I'll run into him" as he chuckled and walked away from the interviewer IIRC. This is the way.

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MichaelConservative 1 point ago +1 / -0

Was it $30 to buy it and $20 to just watch it, whether at home or in theatres? (If at home, you could just pay $20 and screen record, save $10)

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MichaelConservative 7 points ago +7 / -0

I dont know what the right answer is. These are just starting points. Who knows where the truth will truly lead us. Good luck, anons. (Rather, good providence!)

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MichaelConservative 5 points ago +5 / -0
  • K. Barnette, [R] running in PA, (from B. Piton) stole [his] work and squashed it months ago.
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MichaelConservative 15 points ago +15 / -0

Search Bobby Piton, he handed her his work on election fraud, she claimed it as her own, but first diminished it to make the claims seem irrelevant. This was posted yesterday here. I'm keeping a log of this kind of stuff on a Wod doc since May 3rd of this year, so I can help a fellow pede out.

The long and the short of it is, she squashed election fraud that others did the work for, and claimed the credit as her own, so yes, a trojan horse.

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MichaelConservative 8 points ago +8 / -0

Not only on a work computer, on a federal gov't computer. If they don't know I'm a "bigot" by now, they are truly dumb. They block access to downloading programs, which also raises red flags, most of my internet options are grey-ed out. If some one traces my IP, it will say, US Navy. When you see the sheep dog sticking its head out of the group of sheep, usually a "going against the grain" meme, that's basically me. I'm surrounded by a bunch of liberal cucks. I am not in any type of deep military secret group or anything. Just a shipyard.

Also, I'm now "vested" in the union. People have done far worse (on gov't time) and gotten caught with no real consequences. Including one guy who was a PV journalist. He used his time at work to make calls to potential trump voters, talk to higher ups in the DC GOP groups. It turns out, he kinda screwed himself, completely unrelated to anything patriotic. He forced his way into a negotiation and got into a fight with security officers. He also, from 1st hand accounts, was a crappy worker as well.

Outside of this site (and places it leads me), I don't do politics at work. Well, I don't do things that violate the hatch act at work.

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MichaelConservative 3 points ago +3 / -0

Is blocked on my work computer as hate and racism. Can anyone provide some screenshots, please! Thanks!

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MichaelConservative 2 points ago +2 / -0

Most times I've heard people judge Christians/Christianity, I find that our views of Christians and Christianity (the one I'm arguing with and myself = we, that is) are very different. So when people say, Christians this, Christianity that, I don't let it bother me, because we do have an unfortunate quantity of stains upon the "christian church".

Story somewhat related, my church burned down over 20 years ago, with the congregation present. No one was hurt, but the fire department couldn't save the building. When interviewed, the main message put out my congregants (there was no coordination either), was that the church didn't burn down, a beautiful building did. The church was a parking lot over, the people who saved Bibles, hymnals, and anything they could grab on their way out the door. People view the church building as the church. People view the people inside as Christians. This is only partially true, on both accounts. There are Christians inside churches, but not every person, not every member, is a true believer. The building may be designated as a "church" but only acts as a church when believers join together to worship God there. Which is why "church" services can be literally anywhere, there is no mandatory stature on building type or even building at all.

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MichaelConservative 5 points ago +5 / -0

The vaccine effected their speech. 🤣

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MichaelConservative 2 points ago +2 / -0

I did not down vote you. Not sure why someone did. Interesting choice.

Anyways, I was able to watch on google chrome (using a work computer [federal computer], they don’t like you adding programs for some strange reason), otherwise would have used brave browser.

Not sure how those issues came up. With it not working that is.

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