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08-05-2022 , 11:33 AM
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Originally Posted by TheNoGod2
I am not dying on a hill. I am making a prediction. The extreme politicization of the law enforcement arm federal govt and the people they decide to prosecute has been, and will continue to be, a huge negative for the vast majority of Americans.
What is 'extreme' or 'politicizing' in this case?

If the DOJ prosecuting such horrendous police abuse that results in wrongful death would be a negative for the "vast majority of Americans' explain why?
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08-05-2022 , 11:43 AM
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Originally Posted by Cuepee
What is 'extreme' or 'politicizing' in this case?

If the DOJ prosecuting such horrendous police abuse that results in wrongful death would be a negative for the "vast majority of Americans' explain why?
Don't forget, for so many Republicans/conservatives/goons/idiots, complaining and bitching and moaning about crime is a hot button and a tiresomely predictable go-to tactic. Cities? High crime. Why? Well, gosh, it's CUZ THEYZE ALL RUN BY DEMMURKATS.

So using that metric, opining that the police shouldn't be allowed to break every rule in the book, bust into someone's house, and execute them is obviously a "political" statement. Especially since the victim--oh, sorry, the foul miscreant who was probably guilty of a dozen other crimes anyway--was black. Well, there you have it. Goddamn liberals bitching about black people being executed by the police. Damfool bleeding hearts.
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08-05-2022 , 11:53 AM
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Originally Posted by TheNoGod2
I am not dying on a hill. I am making a prediction. The extreme politicization of the law enforcement arm federal govt and the people they decide to prosecute has been, and will continue to be, a huge negative for the vast majority of Americans.
i would argue that holding bad/rogue law enforcement officers accountable is the exact opposite of a huge negative for the vast majority of Americans.

it's actually exactly what is needed and should be applauded by everyone regardless of political affiliations.

people in power being held accountable is what keeps countries strong.
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08-05-2022 , 05:04 PM
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Originally Posted by Slighted
i would argue that holding bad/rogue law enforcement officers accountable is the exact opposite of a huge negative for the vast majority of Americans.

it's actually exactly what is needed and should be applauded by everyone regardless of political affiliations.

people in power being held accountable is what keeps countries strong.
Do you feel that is what is happening. The DOJ is making us stronger? If you do that is fine. We will have to just agree to disagree.
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08-05-2022 , 06:15 PM
The right wing magats must be so upset.
Reuters: Jury awards $45.2 million in punitive damages in Alex Jones Sandy Hook trial.
https://www.reuters.com/business/med...es-2022-08-05/

https://twitter.com/justheragain/sta...989696/photo/1

Last edited by iwasbanned; 08-05-2022 at 06:30 PM.
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08-05-2022 , 06:22 PM
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Originally Posted by TheNoGod2
Do you feel that is what is happening. The DOJ is making us stronger? If you do that is fine. We will have to just agree to disagree.
So u think the US Justice system is no better then China or Russia ?
Full tinted by political bias ?

And it’s leaning towards the democrats side ?
I guess abortion ruling from the SC was towards democrats too …

Usually justice condamnation stems from evidences .
U must have some hardcore evidence to claim the judicial system just can bypass evidences to protect political bias .

So which are they , U are aiming too ?
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08-05-2022 , 06:59 PM
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Originally Posted by iwasbanned
The right wing magats must be so upset.
Reuters: Jury awards $45.2 million in punitive damages in Alex Jones Sandy Hook trial.
https://www.reuters.com/business/med...es-2022-08-05/

https://twitter.com/justheragain/sta...989696/photo/1
I saw some numbers on what he and his companies raked in. I found the numbers terrifyingly high. I knew you could do well for yourself wallowing in the misery he peddles, but I have certainly been naive about how much money it attracted.
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08-05-2022 , 08:01 PM
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Originally Posted by tame_deuces
I saw some numbers on what (Alex Jones) and his companies raked in.
I found the numbers terrifyingly high.
'Alex Jones' Infowars Made A Disgusting Amount Of Money… According To His Own Accidentally-Leaked Text Messages.'

https://www.celebritynetworth.com/ar...text-messages/

I would estimate Alex Jones nets $25 million a year, and that is a conservative estimate.
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08-05-2022 , 08:59 PM
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Originally Posted by tame_deuces
I saw some numbers on what he and his companies raked in
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on some days, he made more than $800,000 through products sold through Infowars advertisements
https://www.msnbc.com/rachel-maddow-...ttee-rcna41531

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His cell phone data appears to prove he lied about Sandy Hook and his finances.
Could it also help Jan. 6 investigators or even lead to criminal charges?

the House Jan. 6 committee’s reported request for the contents of Jones’ phone

Jones’ fingerprints — and relationships — are all over Jan. 6 and
the weeks preceding it. And if Jones’ phone proves his involvement...
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08-05-2022 , 11:48 PM
What someone may have "made" and what they have in the bank after taxes and legal, work and personal expenses can be 2 very different numbers. If you liquidated everything he had I doubt you could come up with $50M to cover the first 2 lawsuits, forget the accountants estimate of $250M+.
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08-06-2022 , 07:21 AM
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Originally Posted by TheNoGod2
What someone may have "made" and what they have in the bank after taxes and legal, work and personal expenses can be 2 very different numbers. If you liquidated everything he had I doubt you could come up with $50M to cover the first 2 lawsuits, forget the accountants estimate of $250M+.
Maybe you could send him a few bucks.
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08-06-2022 , 09:19 AM
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Originally Posted by TheNoGod2
Do you feel that is what is happening. The DOJ is making us stronger? If you do that is fine. We will have to just agree to disagree.
Being strong is obviously more important than rule of law.
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08-06-2022 , 12:58 PM
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Originally Posted by O.A.F.K.1.1
Being strong is obviously more important than rule of law.
There is definitely a correlation between the 'stronger' regimes being the ones who ignore the rule of law. Might makes right.

Last edited by King Spew; 08-06-2022 at 02:57 PM.
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Yesterday , 11:34 AM
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Originally Posted by TheNoGod2
What someone may have "made" and what they have in the bank after taxes and legal, work and personal expenses can be 2 very different numbers. If you liquidated everything he had I doubt you could come up with $50M to cover the first 2 lawsuits, forget the accountants estimate of $250M+.
considering because of texas' republican dream tort reform.. that 41 million will get written down to 750k-1.5m.. and no one will remember it.

lovely system we have.
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