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Speaking of Denial

Posted by V the K at 2:27 pm - December 20, 2016.
Filed under: Religion Of Peace

The families of victims who were gunned down by Islamist Democrat Omar Mateen are filing a lawsuit against the people and organizations they claim are responsible for “radicalizing” him… Twitter, Facebook, and Google.

In the lawsuit, Michigan attorney Keith Altman alleged that ISIS is “dependent of Twitter, YouTube [which Google owns] and Facebook to terrorize,” and that the group uses the social media platforms to recruit and spread its message.

This is like suing the Kool-Aid company over the Jonestown Massacre.

Their lawyer is from a firm called… I am not making this up… 1-800-LAW-FIRM.

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Deep, Deep Denial

Posted by V the K at 10:37 am - December 20, 2016.
Filed under: Religion Of Peace

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So, did the truck act alone? When did the truck become radicalized? Is there something we, as a society, could have done to reach out to the truck and prevent this tragedy?

Alternately, was the truck perhaps hacked by Vladimir Putin?

Democrats Being Democrats

Posted by V the K at 10:30 am - December 20, 2016.
Filed under: Democrat incompetence

These people have been running America for the last eight years. And they have an absolute monopoly on power in California. They can’t even behave like adults among themselves.

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And not only were they completely losing their sh-t, they were losing it over something that didn’t even matter. Hillary lost. Their tantrums were never going to change that.

If Reality were a Wifi Network, these people would have no bars.

Thank You Forever, Vladimir Putin*

Kurt Schlichter describes the alternate reality in which we’d be saying ‘Madame President.”

Hillary announced an ambitious agenda for her first 100 days. There was the new law designed to circumvent Citizen’s United; Hillary fully expected her 5-4 liberal Supreme Court to uphold the provision imposing a two-year prison sentence on those making movies critical of progressive politicians. Similarly, Hillary was confident that the new high court would find another exception to the First Amendment to uphold the “Stop Hate Speech Act.” In conjunction with her “Fairness Doctrine” executive order, it promised to eliminate the unregulated cacophony of disruptive voices on radio, cable and on the internet in favor of a reasonable, gatekept consensus. It would also prevent people from writing books that spread dissent.

Then there was the fracking and oil drilling ban; the Saudis who had helped fund her campaign were delighted that America would turn its back on its hard-won energy independence. Noting that this would devastate Texas and other red states, John Podesta wrote, “That will show those yokels they best get in the Clinton Caboose next time.”

Hillary even had some Republican support. “I just adore Ms. Clinton and she can count on my loyalty and help,” said a smiling Lindsay Graham. “The key to a successful Republican opposition is cooperation and flexibility in our positions. I’m particularly excited about my new comprehensive immigration reform bill to bring these poor, innocent undocumented workers out of the shadows and into the voting booth!”

* Sarcasm