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skijohn

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Instead of a one word lie from that lady, watch 11 minutes of facts from faucis emails that prove he is a liar.
Here is the real truth and facts about Dr. Faucis and the virus!


All you conspiracy theory believers would do well to drop the nonsense and focus on reality for your own well-being... ;)
 



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Paul and John, there’s no reasoning with you guys. You admit right here that you plug your ears to the facts because they condemn you and your moronic cheating lying party lol. Hilarious. Go back to la la land
 

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Common sense voting laws to help insure a fair vote that States are passing are to correct illegal changes made last minute by Dems without a vote, it's amazing how progressives cry foul without even reading the bills, actually it's not all that amazing as you know you cheated and want to cheat again, because your policy is garbage.

Ballots are supposed to be in by the end of election day, all this pulling mail in ballots out of thin air weeks later is beyond ridiculous.
I repeat, All the gerrymandering wasn't enough to serve the will of the people so now all the voter suppression laws are being rammed through BUT they can only make it harder for people to vote, they can't stop the people from voting, and despite all of those attempts to serve the will of the people, those attempts will fail and VOTE THEY WILL! ;)
 

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Paul and John, there’s no reasoning with you guys. You admit right here that you plug your ears to the facts because they condemn you and your moronic cheating lying party lol. Hilarious. Go back to la la land
You of all people speak of reasoning??? :ROFLMAO: You and people like you have abandoned all reason long ago as you cling to conspiracy theories as if they were gospel straight out of the good book?!? :rolleyes:

You pull some nonsense headline from some website like "imright.com" or "iknowthetruth.com" OR even worse you quote some opinion host at Fox Nonsense, Newsmax, or OAN (that are just asking questions) and hold it up as fact when they had to admit in court that "NO REASONABLE PERSON SHOULD TAKE WHAT THEY SAY SERIOUSLY"! :rolleyes:

Aren't you the mayor of la la land? :unsure:
 
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I see where Paul is going wrong, he sees COVID as some sort of "narrative" (his words) he can use, BUT in reality, it's a deadly virus that we are learning more about every day AND is still killing more Americans every day! all the while Paul is doing nothing to help but instead has chosen to hassle the very people who are working hard to crush the virus for the betterment of us all! :mad:

I had great respect for many of the things his father Ron Paul had to say when he ran for the White House BUT I have none for his waste of skin son! :mad:

The powers that be at the time saw to it that Ron Paul never had a chance at the White House! :mad:

 
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I see where Paul is going wrong, he sees COVID as some sort of "narrative" (his words) he can use, BUT in reality, it's a deadly virus that we are learning more about every day AND is still killing more Americans every day! all the while Paul is doing nothing to help but instead has chosen to hassle the very people who are working hard to crush the virus for the betterment of us all! :mad:

I had great respect for many of the things his father Ron Paul had to say when he ran for the White House BUT I have none for his waste of skin son! :mad:

The powers that be at the time saw to it that Ron Paul never had a chance at the White House! :mad:

Neither did trump. But we got him in there thank God. He will be back too, and sooner than you think.
 

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As of today the Keystone Pipeline that has been a fight for over ten years is now completely and irretrievably dead. Yes TC Energy gave up the fight today saying that they will leave the site as soon as it can be left securely. I love it! 🤣
 

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As of today the Keystone Pipeline that has been a fight for over ten years is now completely and irretrievably dead. Yes TC Energy gave up the fight today saying that they will leave the site as soon as it can be left securely. I love it! 🤣
You love corrupt politicians making money and putting the common blue-collar man out of work? Who’s surprised here? Lol none of us 🙄. Just plain dumb.
 

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How about you keep your dribble to yourself?
The video shows a mom putting a board committee in their place for her kids school. The reason why I posted it.
 

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You love corrupt politicians making money and putting the common blue-collar man out of work? Who’s surprised here? Lol none of us 🙄. Just plain dumb.

This had little to do with politicians and more to do with grassroots organizers who have been fighting this fight by the hundreds of thousands for years. Trump was the only president that allowed this to go forward and without him the company just gave it all up today. Only a small number of people will be out of work as this was never about employing lots of people. Once it was done it would take a handful to run it. But, with global warming, we hardly need the tar sands goop following through our lands.
 

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How about you keep your dribble to yourself?
The video shows a mom putting a board committee in their place for her kids school. The reason why I posted it.
With the video title, false narrative "Biden FALLS ON HIS FACE after his FOOLISH 'racist theory'" which is taking advantage of the mother ignorance of what "critical race theory" is and why it's important to understand... Sad...

One hundred years ago, on May 31 and June 1 of 1921, white rioters ransacked and set ablaze a wealthy Black neighborhood in northern Tulsa, Oklahoma – a place known as "Black Wall Street," where Black people were business owners, doctors, lawyers and where they were building and accumulating wealth at a time when that was unheard of in much of America.
The massacre, which left hundreds of Black people dead and roughly 10,000 homeless in its immediate aftermath, has haunted families for generations – not only by stunting their family trees but also by stripping them of future opportunities that such a solid foundation would have brought.

"I call on the American people to reflect on the deep roots of racial terror in our Nation and recommit to the work of rooting out systemic racism across our country," President Joe Biden said in a proclamation on Monday, in which he underscored the devastating repercussions the federal highway system and redlining had in making it "nearly impossible" for the neighborhood to recover.

When the president visits Tulsa on Tuesday to mark the century that's passed since the Tulsa race riot and meet survivors and their families, he's set to deliver remarks and acknowledge how federal laws and policies, to this day, stunt the ability of Black communities to thrive.

In doing so, he will effectively deliver a lesson on critical race theory – the term that's roiling conservatives in Congress and statehouses across the country.

And while nearly 80% of Americans have not heard of the term critical race theory or are unsure of whether they have, according to one recent poll, that hasn't stopped some people from getting really, really upset about what they see as the Biden administration's attempt to reckon with the sprawling repercussions of slavery.

Critical race theory traces its origins to a framework of legal scholarship that gained momentum in the 1980s by challenging conventional thinking about race-based discrimination, which for decades assumed that discrimination on the basis of race could be solved by expanding constitutional rights and then allowing individuals who were discriminated against to seek legal remedies. However, some legal scholars pointed out that such solutions – though well-intentioned – weren't effective because they argued, racism is pervasive and baked into the foundation of the U.S. legal system and society as a whole.

Take the landmark case Brown v. Board of Education, for example, in which the Supreme Court ruled in 1954 that separate is not equal and that state laws protecting segregated public schools are unconstitutional. While the ruling gave Black children the right to attend schools that had long prohibited them, it also resulted in some white families enrolling their children in private schools, moving to the suburbs, or redrawing school district boundaries in an effort to resist integration.

Even now, more than half a century after the Brown v. Board decision, efforts are still underway by some wealthy and majority-white communities to create their own school districts, and there exists a $23 billion gap between majority white and majority Black school districts out of which spills an array of inequalities.

Today, critical race theory is used by academic scholars – and not just in law schools – to describe how racism is embedded in all aspects of American life, from health care to housing, economics to education, clean water to the criminal justice system, and more. Those systems, they argue, have been constructed and protected over generations in ways that give white people advantages – sometimes in ways that are not obvious or deliberately insidious but nonetheless result in compounding disadvantages for Black people and other racial and ethnic minorities.

Many Americans, especially white people, believe racism is the product of intentionally bad and biased individuals, but critical race theory purports that racism is systemic and is inherent in much of the American way of life, no matter how far removed we are today from its origins.

Over the last two decades, academic researchers and policymakers have increasingly focused on issues of equity, linking how systems were established in the U.S. with how and why they serve different groups of people differently.

In education, for example, that effort took off after Congress passed No Child Left Behind, which for the first time required states to disaggregate academic achievement data by race, income, and disability status. From there, policymakers began linking the racial makeup of school districts to state and local education funding, or lack thereof, and their broader academic profiles – not just math and reading scores but also access to high-quality teachers, Advanced Placement courses, extracurricular activities, and school counselors, graduation rates and much more.

Today, policymakers are shining a light on glaring racial gaps in a whole host of domestic policy arenas, and as the country reckons with systemic racism and inequality in the wake of George Floyd's death at the hands of a white police officer, the term critical race theory is having a moment in the sun.

Some don't what that sun to shine and would rather bury the past and pretend it never happened...;)
 
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