1st they came for Alex Jones

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Mike G
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Maybe someone else can tell

Maybe someone else can tell me what the hell Bruce is referring too. I can't always understand Bruce speak, the one sentence grunts.

Will the real jonny one note please stand up.

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You're a damn good facsimile.

You're a damn good facsimile.

Mike G
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Says the other clone

Says the other clone

Bruce Libby
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Mike G

Mike G
I am sorry you can't understand what I was say.
I did, several times ,suggest you have your well water tested.
It could be impacting your comprehension abilities .

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Meanwhile, back in the land

Meanwhile, back in the land of Alex Jones, he does seem to have some very interesting details posted about the Far-Lefties and their recent attempts to disrupt the Kavanaugh hearings... and the apparent payments made to at least some of those so-called protestors --> https://www.infowars.com/texas-doctors-say-they-saw-kavanaugh-protesters...

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“Mike G

“Mike G
I am sorry you can't understand what I was say.“

Lol

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Moving Forward

Moving Forward

If memory serves these paid trouble makers was a tactic during Trump's campaign and after his election during his rallies.

You know when you can just print borrow money out of thin air, there is no limit to what can be bought like Facebook Youtube Twitter.

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https://www.zerohedge.com

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-09-07/twitter-exposes-its-politicall...

It has been a busy month for Twitter, and Alex Jones, with Jack Dorsey forced to defend the decision not to ban Jones early last month, only reverse course by suspending Jones shortly after a tense Senate hearing on social media.

The Senate hearing, in which Dorsey spoke alongside Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg, saw the Twitter CEO questioned on his decision not to ban Jones. Shortly afterward, Twitter permanently suspending Jones's verified account as well as that of Infowars.

Government induced censorship, how typical

Superpower status?
One of the most bizarre questions of the day came from Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas. The senator chastised Google for not showing up and seemed to question the company's patriotism. Google recently changed its policies over how it works with the U.S. government and the military, cancelling an artificial intelligence project after employees protested.
Cotton was looking to gauge Dorsey and Sandberg's patriotic fervor.
"Is Twitter an American company?" Cotton asked.
"We are an American company," Dorsey said.
"Do you prefer to see America remain the world's dominant global super power?" Cotton said.
Dorsey deftly avoided a direct response, promising to cooperate everywhere in accordance with the company's terms of service.

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Google in legal battle with

Google in legal battle with EU over 'right to be forgotten'

SOURCE

" . . The "right to be forgotten" could censor search engine Google, Bing and Yahoo in Europe, banning them from sharing people's personal information online if they have been asked to erase it. It is also likely to impact social media sites like Facebook and Twitter . .

. . Google said that is does not believe one country should be able to "impose its rules" on citizens of another, especially when it comes to linking to lawful content.

"Adopting such a rule would encourage other countries, including less democratic regimes, to try to impose their values on citizens in the rest of the world," said Kent Walker, Google's lawyer and senior vice president.

"But the threat is much greater than this. These cases represent a serious assault on the public’s right to access lawful information."
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Google doesn't like 'values' policing. The author believes social media sites like Facebook and Twitter wouldn't like it either.

Not to worry, Bud. Social media sites like Facebook and Twitter really don't mind it one bit.

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Like all hypocrites, they're

Like all hypocrites, they're really upset when someone else does it... but they can be *trusted*, so it's ok for them.

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Having dispatched Alex Jones

Having dispatched Alex Jones from most every public platform on the face of the earth, the left is looking to engage more targets.. With an insatiable appetite to remove conservative thought from the public square, they have found a new whipping boy to thrash. His name is Jesse Lee Peterson, and his face is being plastered on liberal “Most Wanted” posters for his “white supremacist content.

“My grandparents worked hard and their parents worked hard. We were very independent. Unlike the Democratic Party -- their plantation causes you to become dependent on them and not on yourself. Once you become addicted to that, they will not let you off. If you try to get off, you are attacked. You’re called Uncle Tom, a sellout, the N-word, all kind of craziness because they do not want you to leave that plantation.”

BTW, in case you didn't suspect, Peterson is black.

In an odd twist, it turns out that Mr. Peterson is a black man whose family worked on a plantation in Alabama. His personal history is replete with being born in the Jim Crow south and overcoming many obstacles. He is someone who intimately understands racism. But pay no attention, because Media Matters has labeled Peterson “a far-right radio host and media personality.” And his crime appears to be that he’s successful.

“When folks don the identity of the victim, they go through life seeing the worst in every circumstance. They adopt a mindset that tells them they cannot do anything to change their station in life because a particular set of circumstances -- either real or imagined -- prevents them from fulfilling their desires.”

To me, anyway, it's becoming more and more obvious that today's democrat party is absolutely nothing without victims.
When one tries to leave their poverty plantation, it's all hands on deck to condemn the upstart oppressed victim.
How dare he speak out about how he and his family actually made something of themselves instead of moving to the ghettos and cashing the checks from the massah.

https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2018/09/media_matters_vs_blacks...

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