Trump and Smollett

Yanks27

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#21
Again I’m not race baiting, what do Republicans offer them that would make them not overwhelmingly vote Dem.

Hmmm maybe the “southern strategy” left a lasting impression
Stop trying to dodge the question.
I’m not dodging the question at all. Republicans have done an abysmal job in getting their message out to blacks and Hispanics.

GWB’s policies were better for blacks than Obama’s. But it’s hard to compete with the empty promises, false hope, and bread crumb freebies that your party offers.

Edit: If you’re asking me to endorse the Southern Strategy I hate to disappoint you but I won’t do it. It was abominable.
 

Ty Webb

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#22
I’m not dodging the question at all. Republicans have done an abysmal job in getting their message out to blacks and Hispanics.

GWB’s policies were better for blacks than Obama’s. But it’s hard to compete with the empty promises, false hope, and bread crumb freebies that your party offers.

Edit: If you’re asking me to endorse the Southern Strategy I hate to disappoint you but I won’t do it. It was abominable.
what really should become evident at some point, in on objective assessment of the Smollett case, is that the domain of 'privilege' being something that is exclusively the domain of white people is not actually the case anymore - signifying that black people have made quite exceptional advances into the world of privilege of political, social, legal and financial power.

This realization though, by the populace as a whole, will inevitably come with much consternation from the Democrat party.
 

Subbabub

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#23
I’m not dodging the question at all. Republicans have done an abysmal job in getting their message out to blacks and Hispanics.

GWB’s policies were better for blacks than Obama’s. But it’s hard to compete with the empty promises, false hope, and bread crumb freebies that your party offers.

Edit: If you’re asking me to endorse the Southern Strategy I hate to disappoint you but I won’t do it. It was abominable.

What message is that? They shouldn't be allowed to vote?
 

Ty Webb

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#24
The next time a black woman gets angry about privilege of prosecutorial discretion, law enforcement misconduct, and political and economic power in general reserved only for people that have wealth and connections to get away with criminal behaviour, blatant corruption and abuse of public trust without consequence - and uses it as a political tool to leverage public opinion claiming that black people are repressed.


Underneath all of this is Michelle Obama
 
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August_west

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#26
The next time a black woman gets angry about privilege of prosecutorial discretion, law enforcement misconduct, and political and economic power in general reserved only for people that have wealth and connections to get away with criminal behaviour, blatant corruption and abuse of public trust without consequence - and uses it as a political tool to leverage public opinion claiming that black people are repressed.


Underneath all of this is Michelle Obama

are you a flat earther?

PizzaGate?

SandyHook Hoax?
 

Yanks27

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#27
Guess what?

It's still employed.
If you’re talking about Trump I couldn’t argue with any intellectual honesty.

As a whole I don’t think the party employs it. You can probably pick out an isolated candidate or 2 but it’s really no different than me claiming Democrats pander to anti Semitic voting blocks by referencing Omar or Tlaib.
 

August_west

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#28
If you’re talking about Trump I couldn’t argue with any intellectual honesty.

As a whole I don’t think the party employs it. You can probably pick out an isolated candidate or 2 but it’s really no different than me claiming Democrats pander to anti Semitic voting blocks by referencing Omar or Tlaib.

That's fair.

Much like there is no more complicated issue in the world with Israel/Palestine (I think any eductated person could debate EITHER side of that and alternately hold their own AND then sound stupid..........so many layers to it. So many rights and so many wrongs on both sides) Dems will need to address new inclusivity without offending long time base. (Because make no mistake, American Jews are predominantly Liberal.) and considering we are talking about Muslims and Jews being in the same tent, you can apply the same multi-layered complications Israel and Palestine have.
 

Subbabub

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#30
If you’re talking about Trump I couldn’t argue with any intellectual honesty.

As a whole I don’t think the party employs it. You can probably pick out an isolated candidate or 2 but it’s really no different than me claiming Democrats pander to anti Semitic voting blocks by referencing Omar or Tlaib.

You are taking 2 freshman congresswoman as par with decades of GOP support of white nationalism and voter suppression. It's been there long before Trump came along.

Let's start there.
 

Subbabub

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#32
I was going to let the irony of the cucks complaining about a DA letting a guy off the hook for an obvious crime continue but it's Friday.

This thread was started for that purpose.
 

Yanks27

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#33
I was going to let the irony of the cucks complaining about a DA letting a guy off the hook for an obvious crime continue but it's Friday.

This thread was started for that purpose.
Robert Mueller found no evidence.

They had as much evidence on Smollett as they did on OJ.

You had your investigations. They turned up nothing. You lose.
 

Ty Webb

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#34
Robert Mueller found no evidence.

They had as much evidence on Smollett as they did on OJ.

You had your investigations. They turned up nothing. You lose.
The better analogy about prosecutorial discretion would be Comey and Lynch letting Clinton off the hook for obvious crime in July 2016. But there is a difference, I think, in that the AG of the federal DOJ answers only to the president with regards to the law, and the president has plenty of authority.
A gangster has no authority without an enforcer. Trump, I think, has learned that lesson with regards to the DOJ.

I think Kim Foxx is in trouble with law. That Illinois bar letter I posted feels like it's important.