#2 Re: The Garden » US Politics Thread » 15 hours ago
It's because we're not face to face, we lose nuance, sarcasm, and a lot of times, some decency. We don't have the chance to laugh, smile, and all that shit. The screen is a barrier. It's why Twitter is a cesspool. No one would speak that way to each other in real life... At least, the majority wouldn't. We're not arguing with a person but, sometimes, a pretty eneloquent post of thought. It's good to take a breath before responding.
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#6 Re: The Garden » US Politics Thread » 2 days ago
I keep hearing and reading that this is being all provoked by white nationalists that don't even live here....they don't live here!!!!
Take out the nationalist part and you're right. Media was pushing a fake narrative. If there were white supremacist out there they were not alone. This was not neo basis behind all of this. That's the dumbest, backwards and asinine thing I've heard. Antifa does this every month in Seattle and Portland.
#7 Re: The Garden » US Politics Thread » 3 days ago
Trump just declared antifa a terrorist organization...he’s gonna just keep escalating isn’t he?
Keep pushing...see what happens
Twitter just shut down several Antifa accounts for coordinating attacks and encouraging violence, including robbing homes. Dude, they set fire to an apartment complex, tried to prevent anyone from putting out the fire that nearly burned a child alive.
Antifa is majority privileged white kids. Fuck them.
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#9 Re: The Garden » US Politics Thread » 4 days ago
Yes he was murdered by a white cop. No one's on his neck, still alive. Really, only the fringe of the fringe are debating this. I just heard Giuliani call it murder, and it should be at least second degree murder charges. It was clear from every camera he was not resisting, especially the three minutes in which he was unconscious.
Yeah, rioters and antifa are taking advantage like they always do. It was still a murder. You can't punch someone, they fall and hit their head and die, then find they had an underlying condition that exacerbated that death and say, "see, I didn't kill them!" Without YOUR action they would still be alive. That is murder.
#10 Re: The Garden » US Politics Thread » 4 days ago
So the autopsy says he died from a heart attack due to his poor health, drugs in his system, and act of resisting arrest. It specifically says he wasn’t strangled or asphyxiated.
But it’s cool to support destroying every major American city this evening.
The fuck does that have to do with anything? Yeah, he exacerbated a health problem with unnecessary amount of force. He kept his knee on his neck three minutes after he had already lost consciousness. My buddy is suing the LAPD for driving a knee into his back completely fucking him up when they misidentified him as a robbery suspect, and he wasn't resisting. And I can tell you for fact they're not supposed to do that.