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RE: The Virginia thread
(01-20-2020 03:28 PM)PharaohRa Wrote:  And guess who showed up to the party trying to destroy the optics that the protest has successfully established up to this point:

Alex (CIA/Mossad Shill) Jones:
https://www.zerohedge.com/political/alex...attle-tank

I am calling it folks: Alex Jones is a FALSE PROPHET

Alex Jones is like the extreme end of the conservative plantation fence. For those growing young men who are angry at the lack of progress by the GOP, they turn to Alex Jones and just hear a more extreme message from Conservative Inc and these "high powered globalists" who are never named, much less their activities looked into on a deeper scale.

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RE: The Virginia thread
Some were more game than others...

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01-20-2020 05:12 PM
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Oh noes! Not on sacred MLK Day!

01-20-2020 05:47 PM
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I was at the "protest" if you even wanna call it that. Super low energy. I mean they had this open bullhorn for people to step up and give speeches and some tried to get chants going and it was like all crickets. Pretty awkward; I couldn't help but laugh. Still a lot of people in the beginning, don't get me wrong, but no one seemed really motivated. I got there fairly early to, but I missed AJ bloviating. I did see Luke Rudowski wandering around talking to himself, or to his camera whichever one. And that curly haired blonde infowars broad. But I stopped in for lunch somewhere around noon, for like an hour. No joke i stepped outside after, put my sunglasses on; looked around and was like...

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Damn ghost town by 1pm. For a split second I thought I was back in Argentina during a weekday after lunch. Dunno if people just bailed en mass spontaneously or if all the millions of cops were told to start pushing people out and end it. They had it on lockdown. Cops everywhere you looked. Spotters and snipers on rooftops, choppers overhead. Don't know if they were media or police choppers; probably both but there were so many i was more worried about a mid air collision and helicopter chunks raining down on everyone than a false flag attack. Speaking of cops though there was a lot of support of towards the cops. A couple times I'd seen guys approached officers to shake their hands and both times I heard the officers say something to the effect "we're with you" or "we're on your side". So that was good to hear. +1 to real cops.American

Maybe I'm just a kurmudgeon; but what gets me is how inauthentic everyone was. The amount of attention getting is absurd. It's astronomical. Everybody livestreaming or glued to their phones. It's like the actual purpose of the event is secondary but everyone's cause du jour is their social media circle jerking. There was one guy walking around with a banner for whatever b.s. he was peddling online shouting "anyone livestreaming? I could use some free advertisement". Shit you not. And then someone had built this wooden guillotine thing and were putting it together there on the spot. Come back not even 2 hours later they're already taking it down and breaking it off in pieces to give away as souvenirs telling people to subscribe to some assclown senator candidate. It's a fuckin joke. It's like everyone's there with their phones stuck in their faces shamelessly selfying away or have it shoved in someone else's face in vain attempts to increase their social media followers. 2nd Amendment be damned I just want that ad revenue! Everyone's focused on themselves and their shitty little instagram niche in hopes of probably getting laid or turning a buck. That shits outta hand. But one thing I think would be hilarious for the media to cover is all the happy go lucky black dudes walking around with their carts selling MAGA hats and T shirts. That was funny and in and of itself is a huge middle finger to the dems.

But anyways all of Virginia was here on this day my ass. That Gettysburg clip I posted earlier I take it back. It was boring as fuck. Last time I ever waste money or time to go protest with conservatives. I went to go protest but ended up at a bar breaking my short lived no drinking wagon challenge bored as fuck. lol. Tomorrow's always a new day fortunately. Now, don't get me wrong Im glad no violence happened and I mean there wasn't even a hint of antifa counterprotestors or nothing. And if ther were I sure as hell didn't see any commotion. But all it would have taken is one trigger pull from a disgruntled militia guy or antifa purple haired queer and there would have been chaos that would have been used against conservatives and guns relntlessly. And no doubt the media hyenas would have loved it. And it that regards beause it was peaceful, it was a definite victory. But I'll admit I guess i bought into the hype and was kind of hoping for a bit more of a collective fuck you attitude with like half of Virginia there. I really figgered it would be an all day thing. Something at least making the trip worth it instead of just a couple hours of chanting USA! With everyone so eager to get back to their homes to furiously start editing their youtube videos for upload. Maybe the cattle pens they had setup kinda ruined the vibe maybe I dunno. But It was still good for people to push back; government needs to know when the lines been crossed and physically do something to show the government what you will not tolerate. Actions are better than words. And this was still better than nothing I suppose but i dunno it still just seemed so half assed and fake. Wasn't a protest. Just a conservative gathering with a lot of guns to look like a BAMF for your IG account. The Boogaloo definately aint here nor do i believe it ever will be until there's hyperinflation and people physically and literally can't put food on their tables.

But I am proud to say; even through all the weakness and bullshit I bitched about of today's gun toting instagram fest you can still see the strength and resiliance and the American attitude for freedom in peoples eyes. I can still say with confidence out of all the places I've been; America still has the most determined men who have not and I believe will never bow their knees to Baal. But God help us if we ever do. We really are the one people in the way of these internationalist cocksuckers.

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*Edit. I just saw the post above about AOC. LOLOL. There were so many cops there it was insane. I don't recall seeing one confederate flag either. I've heard a lot of bs in my day, but that's right up there. What a fucking loser she is. Just more proof she lives in an alternate universe.

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01-20-2020 06:16 PM
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RE: The Virginia thread
Thank God that nothing happened.

When you have a person like Biden flippantly referring to Charlottesville for political points and the News media super biased by blatant omission of facts - Richmond was a needed huge success.

I'm glad that it turned out well. It reminds me that apparently the Charlottesville victim named Heather Heyer died of a heart attack. Imagine that ...
01-20-2020 06:28 PM
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01-20-2020 06:30 PM
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RE: The Virginia thread
https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/vir...story.html

Virginia Senate approves ‘red flag’ law allowing temporary seizure of guns from someone deemed a threat

Quote:RICHMOND — The Virginia Senate on Wednesday passed a "red flag" law that would allow authorities to temporarily seize the firearms of someone deemed a threat, a measure that was strongly opposed by gun rights advocates who swarmed the streets around the Capitol on Monday.

The bill passed on a party-line vote of 21-19, with every Democrat in favor and every Republican against. Debate grew unusually sharp as some GOP senators suggested that the bill would violate the Second Amendment right to bear arms.

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01-22-2020 04:29 PM
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RE: The Virginia thread
VA State Police visit man. Practice video recording and sound records - rapidly these days (check State laws).

"VA State Police drive over 100 miles to intimidate law abiding citizens ahead of Lobby Day, a planned rally in support of the 2nd amendment in Virginia."

Police:
"knocking on pillars most likely to check densities ... who knows"

Man:
"LOL"
"Do you know why I did that?"
"What do you know about the pillars."

Police:
"They've been there a long time."

Man:
"They're trees, they're actually trees, go do the damn tour."

https://twitter.com/MichaelCoudrey/statu...2320570368

On a serious note ... Police can't save us against terror attacks like San Bernadino (police or immigration authorities) or Las Vegas (whatever that was) ...

SCOTUS Case
Warren V. DC

Police are not obligated to save us ...

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01-23-2020 03:56 AM
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