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Man Dies After Being Handcuffed By MInneapolis Police; Video of Cop Kneeing Man’s Neck

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When peaceful measures don't work, and the only options are to turn to violence, or to continue to be oppressed, people absolutely should turn to violence.

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5 hours ago, Gazi said:

‘Thugs’

 

“When the looting starts, the shooting starts.”

Seriously, the dude is trying to incite a war. 

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Hope you guys are happy this am, the city is burning

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37 minutes ago, Harbingers said:

“When the looting starts, the shooting starts.”

Seriously, the dude is trying to incite a war. 

I hate to use the slur "Uncle Tom," but how can you be black and vote for this guy?   Joe Biden was right about the people that vote for him.  

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7 minutes ago, fitty76 said:

I hate to use the slur "Uncle Tom," but how can you be black and vote for this guy?   Joe Biden was right about the people that vote for him.  

Don’t ruin the thread with this. Stay in your lane, and don’t worry about anyone’s blackness.

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Because of course Donald Trump is quoting a racist police chief from 1967

 

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9 minutes ago, Cary Kollins said:

Because of course Donald Trump is quoting a racist police chief from 1967

 

I am really starting to hope the RNC doesn’t happen here...the left will try to burn the city down because that’s what they do

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12 hours ago, bull123 said:

More stores on fire and more looting going on, this city is being destroyed...when is Minn National Guard gonna put a stop to this?

The city is not being destroyed, a bunch of corporate chain stores are being destroyed. The fact that you conflate the two tells us everything wrong with your pathetic world view. You would have been on the wrong side of the American Revolution, just like you're on the wrong side of this one. I hope one day, for your sake, you tire of taste of boot leather and change your ways. 

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4 minutes ago, bull123 said:

I am really starting to hope the RNC doesn’t happen here...the left will try to burn the city down because that’s what they do

 

Same. Until all the attendees get the kneeling treatment, burn it down.

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5 minutes ago, Cary Kollins said:

 

Same. Until all the attendees get the kneeling treatment, burn it down.

So you want to burn down Charlotte?

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6 minutes ago, bull123 said:

So you want to burn down Charlotte?

Just Arby’s

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10 minutes ago, jayflip said:

Just Arby’s

People might as well do Tepper a solid and burn BOA down too. 

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35 minutes ago, bull123 said:

I am really starting to hope the RNC doesn’t happen here...the left will try to burn the city down because that’s what they do

This was your response to trump quoting a racist about shooting civilians?  

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