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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    ^Fascinating^

    From Trump's inauguration speech in 2017:
    What truly matters is not which party controls our government, but whether our government is controlled by the people. January 20th, 2017 will be remembered as the day the people became the rulers of this nation again.
    So, they framed him, impeached him (twice), stole an election and are now ensuring he can never be President again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitsuma View Post
    So, they framed him, impeached him (twice), stole an election and are now ensuring he can never be President again.
    Not him, and probably nobody like him.

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    And look at this shit: Massive Trove of Gun Owners’ Private Information Leaked by California Attorney General | The Reload

    The California Department of Justice’s 2022 Firearms Dashboard Portal went live on Monday with publicly-accessible files that include identifying information for those who have concealed carry permits. The leaked information includes the person’s full name, race, home address, date of birth, and date their permit was issued. The data also shows the type of permit issued, indicating if the permit holder is a member of law enforcement or a judge.

    The Reload reviewed a copy of the Lost Angeles County database and found 244 judge permits listed in the database. The files included the home addresses, full names, and dates of birth for all of them. The same was true for seven custodial officers, 63 people with a place of employment permit, and 420 reserve officers.

    2,891 people in Los Angeles County with standard licenses also had their information compromised by the leak, though the database appears to include some duplicate entries as well.

    A video reviewed by The Reload shows the databases with detailed information were initially available for download via a button on the website’s mapping feature. They appeared to have been removed from public access by Tuesday afternoon and replaced with spreadsheets without the individualized identifying information.
    They really do want a hot civil war. Some of them, anyway.

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    STORY AT-A-GLANCE
    The trial recruited 4,526 children aged six months to four years old. 3,000 of these children did not make it to the end of the trial. Why was there this drop off?

    There were six children aged two to four who had severe covid in the vaccine group but only one in the placebo group. So on that basis, the likelihood that this vaccine is actually causing severe covid is higher than the likelihood that it isn’t.

    The only child who was hospitalized in the trial for a fever and a seizure was vaccinated.

    In the three week period, after the first vaccine dose, thirty-four of the vaccinated children got covid and only thirteen in the placebo group which worked out as a 30% increased chance of catching covid in that three week period if you were vaccinated.

    They ignored that data and then there was an eight week gap between the second dose and the third dose where again, children were getting plenty of covid in the vaccine arm. They ignored that data.

    There was then several weeks after the third dose which they also ignored, which meant that in the end they had ignored 97% of the covid that occurred during the trial and they compared three children in the vaccine arm who had covid with seven in the placebo arm and they said that this showed the vaccine was effective.

    The children who would have been placebo, the control group, were followed up for an average of six weeks and then unblinded and given the vaccine. That’s your safety control gone forever.

    Emergency Use Authorization is meant for a situation where there’s a risk of serious injury or death. Children under five are not at risk of serious injury or death from covid.
    So, there you have it. These government fucks can repeat "Safe and effective!" all fucking day, and if you believe them you are playing games with your gene pool just to be good little boys and girls.

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    The evidence accumulates: Latest survey shows the COVID vaccines are a disaster: ~750,000 dead in US

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Plano View Post
    Of course, another possiblity is that people will respond to incentives and take the small extra precautions needed to really minimize the probablity of getting pregnant, resulting in fewer unwanted pregnancies/kids.
    This is being naive. The fact that robust comedy routines exist around men realizing they got or may have gotten someone pregnant is a testament to the fact that this behavior is so common that most can relate and laugh about the scare.

    Humans are notoriously shitty at risk/reward analysis and adequately overriding their emotions in the present to analyze what might happen in the future. Thats perhaps one of the main reasons this thread exists.

    Remember: The 17 year old girl whose parents make $350k/year is still going to travel to another state and get her abortions done. The people who are going to be making more babies are the ones we already bitch about having too many babies. Drive around your local ghetto some time. Thats who will be accelerating their birth rates.

    What I was pointing out is that SOMEONE is going to end up paying for this shit. Its going to be upstanding citizens who arent dredges on society. It may not come in the form of welfare though I suspect it will. It may simply come in the form of increased crime rates in the next 18 years. Either way: were going to pay for it.

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    West Virginia v. Environmental Protection Agency

    This may be ruled on tomorrow by the Supreme Court. It could be bigger (in my opinion) than Roe v Wade. West Virginia is challenging the EPA's authority to regulate carbon emissions. But, the implications are far reaching and mind-blowing.

    From very left leaning Outside Online: The BLM Made the Largest Public Lands Purchase in Wyoming History, Unlocking Previously Inaccessible Acres - Outside Online
    "The worst-case scenario is a ruling that returns the authority to
    regulate carbon emissions to Congress. This would prevent the Biden
    administration from writing and subsequently enforcing a new rule and
    put the onus for such on a branch of government currently locked in
    stalemate. Its unlikely that any new emissions legislation could pass
    the filibuster in the Senate, even given Democratic control of both
    houses of Congress, and the White House. Even if such legislation were
    to pass, efforts to update those rules over time would be similarly
    frustrated.

    Such a ruling could also potentially imperil the ability of any federal
    agency to regulate any industry. From the United States Department of
    Agriculture and chicken farms to the Federal Aviation Administration
    and air safety."
    If I understand this correctly, it would render EVERY. SINGLE. FEDERAL. AGENCY. completely impotent overnight, and force congress to actually pass laws, instead of letting bureaucrats and bean counters dictate every aspect of American lives.

    EPA, SEC, ATF - you name it. They'd all be neutered overnight by a ruling like this.

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    This is the Best Takedown of the CDC's 'Politicized' Covid Response That You'll Ever See - Becker News

    Joe Rogan Says He's Reading RFK's The Real Anthony Fauci Book and "It's Crazy!"
    "Holy fucking shit! There's some stuff in that, that is 100% verifiable truth and it's crazy!"
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    Breaking: 58 babies who received mRNA COVID-19 vaccines suffered life-threatening adverse events

    Quote Originally Posted by Kitsuma View Post
    West Virginia v. Environmental Protection Agency

    This may be ruled on tomorrow by the Supreme Court. It could be bigger (in my opinion) than Roe v Wade. West Virginia is challenging the EPA's authority to regulate carbon emissions. But, the implications are far reaching and mind-blowing.
    Supreme Court curbs EPA’s power to limit greenhouse gas emissions

    Trust the science!
    Miscarriages more likely in hotter summer months: study | CTV News

    And how much would it have costed to implement ivermectin?!
    Fauci Gets COVID Again After Taking Pfizer’s Treatment — the Drug That Cost Taxpayers $10.5 Billion • Children's Health Defense
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitsuma View Post
    West Virginia v. Environmental Protection Agency

    This may be ruled on tomorrow by the Supreme Court. It could be bigger (in my opinion) than Roe v Wade. West Virginia is challenging the EPA's authority to regulate carbon emissions. But, the implications are far reaching and mind-blowing.

    From very left leaning Outside Online: The BLM Made the Largest Public Lands Purchase in Wyoming History, Unlocking Previously Inaccessible Acres - Outside Online


    If I understand this correctly, it would render EVERY. SINGLE. FEDERAL. AGENCY. completely impotent overnight, and force congress to actually pass laws, instead of letting bureaucrats and bean counters dictate every aspect of American lives.

    EPA, SEC, ATF - you name it. They'd all be neutered overnight by a ruling like this.
    Interesting - but the DoJ openly admitted it "disagrees" with the last 2 major supreme court rulings and will not support them. If the judicial branch is not respected by the other branches of government, then we have a fundamentally larger problem going on here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitsuma View Post
    West Virginia v. Environmental Protection Agency

    This may be ruled on tomorrow by the Supreme Court. It could be bigger (in my opinion) than Roe v Wade. West Virginia is challenging the EPA's authority to regulate carbon emissions. But, the implications are far reaching and mind-blowing.
    The writing is on the wall regarding carbon emissions, ESG and the rest of the climate scam. It was extremely lucrative for a number of groups for a few decades, but it has seriously imperiled western societies. At some point the adults have to step in and take the matches out of the kids hands.

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