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    The president of the largest university in the country is going around reporting businesses for violating covid-19 restrictions. Can't make this stuff up.

    ASU president alleges some bars violating COVID-19 protocols

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    Quote Originally Posted by heygoml View Post
    Could this be the start of the collapse of state-ordered shutdowns, business closures, and mask mandates? Bring on more lawsuits like this one. Good news for Pennsylvanians. https://twitter.com/rdlphbr1/status/1305548102053621762
    Well, I think on like, page 3, we were all speculating about the incoming lawsuits.

    That being said, I’m not a fan of litigation in most cases, but this is the price that will be paid.

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    The FBI did not deny arson claims, they denied it was a coordinated Antifa arson attack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnst_nhb View Post
    The FBI did not deny arson claims, they denied it was a coordinated Antifa arson attack.
    Furthermore, arson has always been a big ignition source in wildland fires, and the firebugs always show up for 99th+ percentile fire weather. What made this different was early east winds, and already hot, bone dry weather.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnst_nhb View Post
    The FBI did not deny arson claims, they denied it was a coordinated Antifa arson attack.
    But it may very well have been an UNCOORDINATED antifa arson attack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CommanderFun View Post
    But it may very well have been an UNCOORDINATED antifa arson attack.
    Isn't that kinda how a terrorist organization works? From Leaderless Resistance Today:
    Leaderless Resistance is a strategy in which small groups (cells) and individuals fight an entrenched power through independent acts of violence and mayhem. The cells do not have any central coordination — they are leaderless — and they do not have explicit communications with one another. As a result, causes that employ Leaderless Resistance are themselves resistant to informers and traitors.

    Leaderless Resistance was popularized by the anti–government activist Louis Beam as a technique for white nationalists to continue their struggle against the government of the United States in the face of overwhelming odds. Since then, Leaderless Resistance has become the de facto strategy of the violent fringe of the animal rights and environmental activist movements.
    Oh...and before I forget, one more thing....after attempting to burn Portland for months, did Antifa / BLM promise to move into the rural areas and burn them too?

    If that's true, wouldn't Antifa / BLM be a prime suspect in any arson crimes taking place shortly thereafter in the rural areas?

    Quote Originally Posted by Drewcar
    Didn’t the link also say he was living in a tent and was held for a mental health evaluation. Sounds like a crazy homeless guy to me, and Portland has no shortage of those types.
    Putting Dr Sully's DSM aside for a moment and instead adopting Columbo's common sense....if you injure / kill innocent people and attempt to burn property, aren't you "mentally ill"? Aren't all Antifa / BLM violent people mentally ill? They display zero empathy. They appear to enjoy hurting people. Aren't some of them living in tents right now while getting paid by [to be known soon]?

    How many more quacks do you need to hear before you start to suspect its a duck?

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    I've been keeping track of the news about and from Sweden. As many of us have wrote, the heavy handed lock-downs were unnecessary and Sweden is the proof. Here's a simple, short opinion piece on the subject:
    Sweden shows lockdowns were unnecessary. No wonder public health officials hate it

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    Quote Originally Posted by CommanderFun View Post
    But it may very well have been an UNCOORDINATED antifa arson attack.
    True and it may well have been coordinated. The FBI is still learning about Antifa tactics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnst_nhb View Post
    True and it may well have been coordinated. The FBI is still learning about Antifa tactics.
    The FBI has years of experience with Antifa. In fact, our government has prepared an excellent guide for our FBI to study regarding the tactics of insurgency: US Government Counterinsurgency Guide - 2009

    Perhaps this local FBI office is pretending to fail?

    For what it's worth, these are the tactics our government has used in other countries to bring about regime change. Makes one wonder if rogue elements of our own government is behind this???

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