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    Ballot harvesting in Minneapolis...and Ilan Omar corruption

    Wow, this is sick. Do you really think there is no problem with mail in ballots?


    #2
    This is why america is turning into a third world country. Because it is being manipulated by a third world country.

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      #3
      Beach ball bitch, quit being racist!

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        #4
        Originally posted by Amerijuanican View Post
        This is why america is turning into a third world country. Because it is being manipulated by a third world country.
        It's an invasion and there is actually an agenda that borders on genocide and there already isn't freedom of speech in my city. I'm surprised the above video wasn't terminated for hate speech.

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        • Beach Ball Bitch
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          Did you hear about it in your city? My other friend who lives there didn’t know about it. Informed him. Why aren’t these people who clearly cheated removed immediately from office? This really makes me angry.

        #5
        I bet she walks from this unscathed

        Because she has black Muslim leftist female privilege

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          #6
          Part 2 of Ilhan Omar’s project Veritas investigation
           

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            #7
            Does Ilan even have a clitoris?

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            • Dr. Doom
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              Prob. seven inch lol

            #8
            Here is the latest I could find.

            "The Minneapolis Police Department is aware of the allegations of vote harvesting. We are in the process of looking into the validity of those statements," an MPD spokesperson said in a statement.

            "If Project Veritas has evidence of election law violations, they should provide it to the Minneapolis Police Department," the Hennepin County Attorney's Office said in a statement.

            "Anyone with legitimate information about any possible violation of Minnesota elections law should present it to the proper authority, just as I would do," Ellison (Minnesota Attorney General) said in a statement. "Project Veritas, a highly partisan outfit with a history of running cons, founded by someone who pled guilty to a serious federal crime, is not a trustworthy source. The timing of their allegations — within weeks of the election, and on the same day the New York Times published a carefully sourced story on the President’s failure to pay taxes — should cause all Minnesotans to be highly skeptical."

            My guess is that no one goes to the authorities with any info regarding vote harvesting. Mainly because it didn't happen, but also because it is probably a serious crime to file a false complaint.

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              #9
              tumbling.dice this could be true. This was actually brought up back in 2018 by another politician in Minneapolis regard Ilhan Omar, who was also a Democrat.

              project Veritas also back in 2017 went under cover in cnn... spoke with a 15 year cnn producer who said, the Russia thing could fake but it sells and makes us a lot of money. They have no evidence but they keep digging for proof. Also said Hilary made a mistake.
              Last edited by Beach Ball Bitch; 10-06-2020, 11:37 PM.

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                #10
                Originally posted by Beach Ball Bitch View Post
                tumbling.dice this could be true. This was actually brought up back in 2018 by another politician in Minneapolis regard Ilhan Omar, who was also a Democrat.

                project Veritas also back in 2017 went under cover in cnn... spoke with a 15 year cnn producer who said, the Russia thing could fake but it sells and makes us a lot of money. They have no evidence but they keep digging for proof. Also said Hilary made a mistake.
                Who cares? The whole thing is laughable. If I thought someone had committed a crime I would notify the appropriate authorities. The last thing on my mind would be making a video to put on YouTube. That's one thing that makes it so unbelievable to me.

                I'm afraid for my country when so many seem to mine the internet for "information" that "proves" their point of view. It's better to try to find non-biased sources, make up our own minds and realize that we will forever be in error, at least to some degree. In this particular case, if Veritas won't make a formal complaint then they probably have nothing to go on. But still, people will cling to this "story" because they so want it to be true. I can't understand that. I'd rather know the truth, even if it is a truth I hate, rather than to believe a comforting lie.

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                • Beach Ball Bitch
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                  Well me too, but maybe all the politicians do it. They control the cops and what not so nothing will come of it. There is a republican in Detroit I think who may be doing the same thing.

                #11
                Originally posted by tumbling.dice View Post

                I'm afraid for my country when so many seem to mine the internet for "information" that "proves" their point of view. It's better to try to find non-biased sources, make up our own minds and realize that we will forever be in error, at least to some degree. In this particular case, if Veritas won't make a formal complaint then they probably have nothing to go on. But still, people will cling to this "story" because they so want it to be true. I can't understand that. I'd rather know the truth, even if it is a truth I hate, rather than to believe a comforting lie.

                None of the younger generations are going to refer to newspapers, mainstream television media sources have demonstrated clear bias, the legitimacy of fact checking sites as non-biased have been called into question, and targeting algorithms from search engines allow most people to reaffirm positions they already hold.

                So how does one learn to cull through info to find non-biased sources?

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                • Beach Ball Bitch
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                  So has social media done this. Facebook, youtube, twitter

                #12
                Originally posted by Beach Ball Bitch View Post

                Well me too, but maybe all the politicians do it. They control the cops and what not so nothing will come of it. There is a republican in Detroit I think who may be doing the same thing.
                All politicians lie, but lately the Republicans have gone off the deep end, and their constituency is falling for it hook, line and sinker. I was a conservative when conservatism wasn't cool...I'm talking William F. Buckley and George Will type conservatives. Too many of these people that call themselves conservative today make me sick. They're populists...and I've always hated those. Real conservatives are educated, understand the origins of the Constitution and Bill Of Rights, trust the findings of Science, believe in personal liberties and responsibilities (hence my comment in a different thread regarding drug laws). A real conservative wouldn't give two shits about Confederate statues or the Stars and Bars, gay marriage, evolutionary theory or most of the other things today's Republicans seem so concerned over.

                The Federalist Papers; everything by Voltaire, Thomas Jefferson and Adam Smith; and as much Science as is possible to squeeze into today's failing schools should be taught with vigor. The U.S. will fall behind...indeed, is falling behind.

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                  #13
                  Originally posted by Audiogen View Post


                  None of the younger generations are going to refer to newspapers, mainstream television media sources have demonstrated clear bias, the legitimacy of fact checking sites as non-biased have been called into question, and targeting algorithms from search engines allow most people to reaffirm positions they already hold.

                  So how does one learn to cull through info to find non-biased sources?
                  That's a serious problem. I've thought about that in depth and have no clear answer. It's hard to do on your own, I would say. I trust the Associated Press and Reuters, for example, and Gallup for polling info. I've read them for years now and can detect no political bias. When two or more competing sources reach a similar conclusion that is reason to take the results seriously. But there is no magic bullet for choosing reliable sources; I trust, but that's not the same as believe.

                  What's your opinion?

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                    #14
                    Originally posted by tumbling.dice View Post

                    That's a serious problem. I've thought about that in depth and have no clear answer. It's hard to do on your own, I would say. I trust the Associated Press and Reuters, for example, and Gallup for polling info. I've read them for years now and can detect no political bias. When two or more competing sources reach a similar conclusion that is reason to take the results seriously. But there is no magic bullet for choosing reliable sources; I trust, but that's not the same as believe.

                    What's your opinion?
                    I've never really been all that into news until the pandemic hit and there were no sports and music events, so I don't really have established sources. I quickly stopped watching mainstream news, I'm pretty much going by a handful of independent journalist/commentators now cross checked with various articles if I feel the need. Some certainly have bias but they don't seem as deceitful about it, none of that "News you can trust", "Fair and Balanced" type sloganeering.

                    I don't really have a clear answer either, I mean I use DuckDuckGo as a search engine which I don't believe tracks and stacks search results for users the way google does. I doubt the general public really cares about that type of thing and is fine to use the more common search engines, which their phone or computer come equipped with. So I think this whole curated search thing is a very strong reinforcement mechanism and pacifies users, doesn't really give people an incentive to seek out dissenting views and probably makes it fairly difficult to seek out to an extent. But I go to youtube quite frequently as well and they do the whole curated search thing too, so I'm not suggesting I'm immune to it.
                    Last edited by Audiogen; 10-07-2020, 01:05 AM.

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                      #15
                      Originally posted by Audiogen View Post

                      But I go to youtube quite frequently as well and they do the whole curated search thing too, so I'm not suggesting I'm immune it.
                      So if I created a video and put it on YouTube would you believe everything I said? I think not...so why not?

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