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Jimmy Higgins

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I'm uncertain if this is one continuous quote. They change the quotations up a little to make it seem like the quotes were from different parts of the... verbal diarrhea. But the content seems to be continuous=ish... for Trump.
Not the President said:
Until recently Facebook had a policy to eliminate all posts sharing evidence that the horrible virus emerged from China - they said it didn't emerge from the Chinese lab.

Wuhan, I said Wuhan, remember, it was like a bomb went up. Wuhan - it came from the Wuhan lab. Of course, there were body bags all outside the bag, no one ever mentions that. I wonder why.

Then it was finally revealed that this was most likely the truth. That it came from the lab. And it was a small little story. But when I said it, it was like a weapon went off - a major weapon.

I won't use the word 'weapon' because I never use the word 'nuclear' but we have to be careful with our leadership because if we don't have the proper leadership, we're in a very perilous state.

So we don't use the word 'nuclear.' I never used it, okay? I never used it. I never said it. That's called disinformation.
 

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I wasn't sure where to share this news bit.

This thread seemed as good as any.

Trump supporters find proof of actionable voter fraud in California.

https://news.yahoo.com/vigilantes-claimed-voter-fraud-thousand-120019315.html

A voter integrity group presented evidence of over a thousand cases of voter fraud. The authorities spent tons of time and (taxpayer) money following up on these leads.

Exactly one (1) case was prosecuted. Perp knowingly cast two votes. Sentenced to a day in jail and probation.

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And Georgia.
"I just want to find 11,870 votes..."
C'mon, bruh, the man just wanted some votes. He wasn't trying to cut ahead of you at Burger King. But of course the Georgia Sec'y of State said Noooooo.
 

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That one vote lead was probably fraudulent. You know the fraud is well done when it is undetectable.
Yeah, when you account for the massive voter fraud (undocumented), Trump must have won California.

Ah, you just don't understand what massive voter fraud is!

What he's really talking about is the guy who was so fat he got distracted by eating while voting and cast a second ballot.
 

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https://www.npr.org/2021/07/09/1014...ed-illegal-voting-as-texas-gop-seeks-tighter-

Not sure how I feel about this case,but I did give to his gofund me.
Parole to finish out a 25 year sentence for burglary... for a period of 16 years? Isn't parole to keep an eye on people to make certain they are clean? At what point after 5 or so years was this not the case, and if it wasn't the case, why was he out on in public?

With the ACLU at his back, it'll be hard for the State to pull off that he intended to commit a crime here. That the arrest came the day before a Trump rally with the AG at it, is evidence to put AG Paxton in prison.
 

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Meanwhile in "The Right Wing Has Collapsed Into Oblivion":
article said:
On the second day of the conference on 10 July, a writer who has spread a raft of false coronavirus claims said the federal government tried to “sucker” Americans into getting the vaccine, but that “it isn’t happening,” inspiring cheers from the crowd.

[TWEET]https://twitter.com/AndrewSolender/status/1413996097270435840[/TWEET]
 

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[TWEET]https://twitter.com/thekarki/status/1412573762520641539[/TWEET]
 

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This isn't just stupid, it's ridiculously dangerous.

Want to know what at least this gun maker thinks? They made this, a real gun, look like a Lego Toy.

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https://www.thedailybeast.com/lego-tells-us-company-to-stop-making-gun-that-looks-like-childs-toy

Fortunately Lego has slapped them down HARD. But can you imagine the what the people at this gum company must be like?
It's all over the news.

From the Boston Globe (Pay wall)

https://www.bostonglobe.com/2021/07...-company-stop-making-guns-look-like-its-toys/

“We have contacted the company and they have agreed to remove the product from their website and not make or sell anything like this in the future,” Lego said in a brief statement.

The design creates a customized semi-automatic Glock weapon that has a strong resemblance to a Lego toy.

On its Instagram account, Provo-based Culper Precision said had made the Block 19 “to create an opportunity to talk about the enjoyment of the shooting sports and the joy that can only be found in marksmanship practice and training.”

“We here at Culper Precision are grateful for the attention that Block19 is currently getting across the globe,” they said. They also insisted people have the right to customize their property, but also noted that responsible gun owners take measures to secure their firearms.

Story on WaPo https://www.washingtonpost.com/dc-md-va/2021/07/13/lego-gun-glock-controversy/
 
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