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dec3169 2 points ago +2 / -0

No worries. I think we are both actually saying the same thing.

And it's not just the libertarians - RINOs sold us out and they are by far harder to deal with and get rid of (Lisa Murkowski for example). Libertarians are often closer to conservatives or constitutionalists than RINOs are. I agree with a little bit of what libertarians believe (as long as it doesn't conflict with my conservative ideals), and in many cases I'd rather have a libertarian in congress over a RINO. We would probably have less spending and regulation. RINOs always bend over at the first sign of conflict, or they stab you in the back (like McConnell and McCarthy).

Term limits, and a completely new House and Senate with a ban for 1 or 2 terms on everyone currently serving would fix a lot of problems.

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dec3169 1 point ago +1 / -0

I didn't see anything showing anyone else outside of the Biden campaign mentioned. I'm sure they will find someone in the government like a congressman for instance, but the Biden campaign was not government (or the state as you said). If they colluded after he was POTUS at that point he is government and should be prosecuted.

I don't like it at all, but that will 100% be their argument, and it is legit.

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dec3169 2 points ago +2 / -0

Taking money from the govt doesn't make a company government. If it did, farmers, energy companies, airlines, rail, banks, and even people that got tax breaks due to natural disasters would be government. This is not that hard to understand.

And again - you are right govt can't violate the constitution by proxy. In this case the stuff that was published today seemed to be dealing with the Biden campaign. Campaign - i.e. they were not yet government. If however someone that was actually government was also involved then they broke the law and should be hammered. I believe someone in the government did help the campaign, but the campaign was not government and not subject to the 1st amendment.

Enough with the retard stuff - that was a dick comment.

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dec3169 1 point ago +1 / -0

This is true - both parts. We also shouldn't have to pay for Ukraine, or abortions overseas, or other foreign aid, or a million other things.

And yeah - I 100% agree with (B) as well. The govt is breaking the law (on almost everything they do). That is actually what I said above: Government can't force corporations to censor speech. Just like they got slapped down for trying to push vax mandates by getting OSHA to go after companies. Government is usually corrupt, but this one makes normal governments blush.

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dec3169 1 point ago +1 / -0

Strawman argument. We are talking about a company not an individual. And yeah - if you write a book and I want to put something in it you can say no and I have no right to put my speech in that book. It is your book. Same with Twitter - it is their company and their rules.

Just like here - mods can ban you or remove comments.

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dec3169 6 points ago +6 / -0

Of course we did - they didn't. Q posted more than a few times that whatever info they were posting at the time was "not for anons". Consider this the same.

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dec3169 1 point ago +1 / -0

Honestly I'm not certain that Twitter could even be charged with election interference for deciding to censor something from their own platform.

The Biden team probably could be prosecuted for something but I'm not sure what. Remember they weren't in the government when they were campaigning. Now if they can connect someone that was actually government at the time, like a judge, a congressman or DOJ/State official then they would be in serious trouble.

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dec3169 0 points ago +1 / -1

No its not. Here is the 1st Amendment again - notice it only mentions Congress (which I believe was interpreted by SCOTUS as Government):

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

Private businesses/Corporations can't violate the first because they are not government.

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dec3169 0 points ago +1 / -1

Corporations can censor speech if they want to. Period. Government can't force corporations to censor speech - that violates the 1st amendment. Section 230 doesn't require Corporations to allow free speech - it protects them from prosecution for something someone else posts on their platform. Corporations are not subject to the 1st because they are not Congress (or the Government).

For those that still don't understand that the 1st amendment is there to stop the government from infringing on our rights (and not corporations) here is the text of the 1st amendment:

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

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dec3169 1 point ago +1 / -0

I have a few and pay for the privacy service too, but this one has way more redacted than my privacy service does. Must be nice.

I actually got one of those African Prince emails once to my domain name @ whatever the privacy domain is. Never saw that before.

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dec3169 11 points ago +11 / -0

Domain info on 0.pizza

Interesting that 0.pizza is a Google domain, and this thing is more redacted than FOIA info from the FBI.

Also interesting that 0.pizza is located in Ontario, Canada.

Registrant Name: REDACTED FOR PRIVACY

Registrant Organization: Contact Privacy Inc. Customer 7151571251

Registrant Street: REDACTED FOR PRIVACY

Registrant City: REDACTED FOR PRIVACY

Registrant State/Province: ON

Registrant Postal Code: REDACTED FOR PRIVACY

Registrant Country: CA

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dec3169 2 points ago +2 / -0

If you have trouble quitting cigs consider buying a good vape mod that you can fill with your own juice. Then you can determine the nicotine amount and gradually reduce it. That helps a LOT of people, and in Europe (UK for sure) their national health service can actually prescribe it as a smoking cessation aid. You have a lot going on and knocking out 2 addictions cold turkey at the same time might not be the best idea.

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dec3169 2 points ago +2 / -0

I think this is the same account that said Soros died.

It is the same account...

WTH is this dude's motive?

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dec3169 2 points ago +2 / -0

that reminds me (open records)... You can look up people's registered political parties in FL if you have their name and birthdate. I don't much care for that, although I found an old registration for me from when I used my Uncle's old house for my residence while in the USAF. I'll have to fix that soon. When I moved out of FL in 2020 (back to TX) I canceled my registration so I went in and looked to make sure. The newer one was gone (and for my wife too) but that's when I found my old one (30ish years old). I still can't believe that never went away.

Point is - that open records thing sure makes it easy to cheat if someone has a list of names and birth dates.

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dec3169 1 point ago +1 / -0

Fleetwood Mac’s representative, Kristen Foster, confirmed McVie’s death to USA TODAY.

Really? USA Today? Not CNN or MSNBC or even Rolling Stone?

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dec3169 13 points ago +14 / -1

Personally I don't like these types of posts (no offence OP) but I understand them. I think these types divide more people rather than bring them together. The reason I see it that way is a lot of us were following Q from the very beginning. If you actually go back and look at the Q drops in order you will see that from the very beginning the Q team made it look like arrests were just around the corner. Hillary getting arrested tomorrow, Suicide Weekend, Big Week, Boom week, etc.

Then nothing happens (at least visibly) much of the time, but another boom week is always around the corner. Every once in a while something would happen - a Q proof here and there, NoName, speculation on ankle boots. Once again it would seem like things are about to happen. Q would post multiple posts in a day - there was always something going on. Then - nothing. For over a year.

Gee - I wonder why a large number of us have been impatient? You can say this has been going on for centuries and you might be correct. But - there weren't Q posts until the last few years nor were there autists/anons following and digging. You can't blame people for thinking the Storm was right around the corner.

Not everyone you disagree with or misunderstand is a doomer or a shill. There are some for sure, but if you can't understand why some of us are impatient (as you said above) maybe you should go back and read the drops again with what I just said in mind. We all understand that it will take time to do this right or it will fail. That doesn't mean we shouldn't be pissed off that there are still tons of kids being trafficked (or worse), that America (and the rest of the world) is in severe decline, and globalists are killing people and trying to rule the world. Every day that passes means more death and destruction, and freedoms lost. If that doesn't concern people then what will?

All of us want it done right. And regardless of what anyone thinks, most also want it done as soon as possible. There is absolutely nothing wrong with that.

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dec3169 4 points ago +4 / -0

That reminds me - The new Weird Al movie Weird: The Al Yankovic Story is pretty good. Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter) is Weird Al, and Evan Rachel Wood plays Madonna. The movie is hilarious and absurd. Madonna actually ends up as a drug lord after she kills Pablo Escobar. Note - she dates Al in the movie so he will write a parody of her songs because she isn't selling enough albums... Good Times.

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dec3169 4 points ago +5 / -1

I would question 1M album sales for her regardless. As for the show - nah. I figure there are 10 people out there confused enough to think it would be some sort of a Catholic concert.

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dec3169 3 points ago +3 / -0

We went over this a few months ago. In order to get Yellen's signature on the money a Treasurer had to be appointed. Biden appointed Lynn Malerba near the end of September. She then gave her signature to the engraver. Yellen's signature was already finished. Once the engraver finishes the plates new money can be printed with Yellen's signature as the Secretary of the Treasury and Malerba's signature as the Treasurer of the United States.

Money is printed with the former officer's signatures on it until new officers take office and their signatures are engraved and ready to be printed. That is why Mnuchin's signature is still on the cash - it takes a while for the engraving to be completed and Biden didn't pick his diversity hire (she is an Indian Chief) until June and she wasn't confirmed and sworn in until September of this year.

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dec3169 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yet...

I think that is the point. Will AI get powerful enough that it can do these things on its own? Elon seems to think AI will be very powerful and much smarter/faster than a human, but his question was will it be more good or bad.

I agree that right now a human must be involved. In the future I could certainly see someplace like China pushing for complete automation if enough scientific and computational breakthroughs happen.

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dec3169 3 points ago +3 / -0

I don't know about you, but I would like to be able to go to the hospital and get my back surgery at some point without worrying that they will give me the vax while I'm under anesthesia. Natural and safe meds are fine, but they have zero to do with 2 severely herniated discs that will need to be taken care of at some point.

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dec3169 9 points ago +9 / -0

How will we ever be able to trust the health care system again, and will an antidote be released to counter the poisonous vaccines?

Once the hidden cures are released will the people responsible for hiding them and allowing everyone to suffer or die ever be brought to justice?

If the current monetary system will be killed and moved back to a gold standard or some other fair monetary form, what will happen with everyone's debt (like mortgages, bills, loans, etc.)?

Will it ever be possible to regain our privacy?

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