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Re: Humans of the Right Wing: A Compendium [Re: MagicMush123] * 1
    #25231111 - 05/27/18 05:32 AM (2 years, 1 month ago)

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None is this changes the fact that antifa are literally terrorists.  There's such things as both left and right wing terrorism right? I think we can all agree that extremism is bad. People should lightly differ from left to right, but not go too far over. We should condemn extremism and terrorism on both sides, and if you were truly open minded you would too.



Well the extremists on one side run people over with cars, shoot people in the street and in their school and try to make bombs. The other side lights trash cans on fire and breaks windows at Starbucks


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Re: Humans of the Right Wing: A Compendium [Re: koods]
    #25231337 - 05/27/18 09:52 AM (2 years, 1 month ago)

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MagicMush123 said:
None is this changes the fact that antifa are literally terrorists.  There's such things as both left and right wing terrorism right? I think we can all agree that extremism is bad. People should lightly differ from left to right, but not go too far over. We should condemn extremism and terrorism on both sides, and if you were truly open minded you would too.



Well the extremists on one side run people over with cars, shoot people in the street and in their school and try to make bombs. The other side lights trash cans on fire and breaks windows at Starbucks




Wrong.

https://www.rollingstone.com/culture/features/antifa-activists-anti-fascist-movement-trial-college-professor-w519899



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Re: Humans of the Right Wing: A Compendium [Re: qman]
    #25231390 - 05/27/18 10:13 AM (2 years, 1 month ago)

This is not the thread for discussions.

If you want to start a political discussion, go make a thread about it.


This thread is for sharing asinine right wingers and their asinine behavior.


Edit: to be clear: asinine behavior of right wingers who dont post on the shroomery.


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Re: Humans of the Right Wing: A Compendium [Re: The Ecstatic] * 1
    #25231573 - 05/27/18 11:34 AM (2 years, 1 month ago)

A Proud Boy defends our republic from antifa terrorism by trying (and failing) to rip a sign in a half:



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Re: Humans of the Right Wing: A Compendium [Re: The Ecstatic] * 2
    #25231583 - 05/27/18 11:38 AM (2 years, 1 month ago)

Boy Genius Ben Shapiro blowing a dog whistle bigger than him:



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Re: Humans of the Right Wing: A Compendium [Re: The Ecstatic]
    #25231702 - 05/27/18 12:24 PM (2 years, 1 month ago)

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Boy Genius Ben Shapiro blowing a dog whistle bigger than him:





Even tho hes a retard. That is true. Although he forgot one thing. To leave your 59/50 sticker on your hat to prove its an authentic hat:lol:


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Re: Humans of the Right Wing: A Compendium [Re: koods]
    #25231718 - 05/27/18 12:32 PM (2 years, 1 month ago)

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None is this changes the fact that antifa are literally terrorists.  There's such things as both left and right wing terrorism right? I think we can all agree that extremism is bad. People should lightly differ from left to right, but not go too far over. We should condemn extremism and terrorism on both sides, and if you were truly open minded you would too.



Well the extremists on one side run people over with cars, shoot people in the street and in their school and try to make bombs. The other side lights trash cans on fire and breaks windows at Starbucks



Why is that if a left wing terrorist commits an act, its" he was a lone wolf, he wasn't affiliated with any the left with extremists groups, or he even left wing", but with the right, anyone even loosely affiliated or right leaning is automatically a right wing terrorist? Why is it so much easier to label right wing terrorists? The shooting of Dallas police officers is a perfect example of that. And without Charlottesville (the lefts favorite talking point) they have nothing.


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Re: Humans of the Right Wing: A Compendium [Re: MagicMush123]
    #25231727 - 05/27/18 12:37 PM (2 years, 1 month ago)

https://www-m.cnn.com/2018/05/25/us/texas-border-patrol-shooting/index.html


Border Patrol "agent" shoots unarmed woman in the head, then lies claiming she and others were "rushing him with blunt objects."


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Re: Humans of the Right Wing: A Compendium [Re: The Ecstatic]
    #25231743 - 05/27/18 12:45 PM (2 years, 1 month ago)

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Boy Genius Ben Shapiro blowing a dog whistle bigger than him:






Pretty certain there are more white people that fits this description, but it is a funny picture nontheless


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Re: Humans of the Right Wing: A Compendium [Re: Patlal] * 1
    #25233287 - 05/28/18 08:12 AM (2 years, 1 month ago)



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Re: Humans of the Right Wing: A Compendium [Re: The Ecstatic]
    #25233396 - 05/28/18 10:02 AM (2 years, 1 month ago)

Wow, he really is scum...


Also, lmfao at the dude trying to rip that sign in half...

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Re: Humans of the Right Wing: A Compendium [Re: The Ecstatic]
    #25233446 - 05/28/18 10:30 AM (2 years, 1 month ago)

The Vegas shooter was a right wing nut job.

Remember when all those shroomerites were trying to pin it on "antifa" right after the shooting?:facepalm:

The most deadly terrorist attack since 9/11 happened on Trump's watch and it was committed by a white guy who supported him.

Session's DOJ is clearly doing everything they can to avoid talking about the fact that this guy was a Trump supporting right wing terrorist.

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Michael asked: “Did he express any political opinions to you in those discussions?”

To which Rick replied: “No sir, not a thing.

“I mean other than, I told him, because I was wearing a Trump team T-shirt with Trump on it – and [he said he was] a Trump fan.”





https://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2018/05/17/us/ap-us-las-vegas-shooting.html

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A jailed man whose gave a statement in November to police and the FBI recalled a man he believed to be Paddock telling him that Federal Emergency Management Agency "camps" set up after Hurricane Katrina in 2005 were "a dry run for law enforcement and military to start kickin' down doors and ... confiscating guns."

"Somebody has to wake up the American public and get them to arm themselves," the man said Paddock told him less than a month before the Oct. 1 shooting that killed 58 people and injured hundreds. "Sometimes sacrifices have to be made."





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In a handwritten account, a woman said she overheard a man she later said was Paddock talking with another man at a Las Vegas restaurant just three days before the massacre. She told police that Paddock seemed angry about the 1990s standoffs at Waco, Texas, and Ruby Ridge in Idaho.




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Police and the FBI refused to answer questions from The Associated Press about the account from the man who said he met with Paddock outside a Las Vegas sporting goods store after posting an online ad to sell schematics to convert semi-automatic guns to fire automatically.

The man said Paddock became upset and launched into a tirade about gun control when the man rejected an offer of $500 apiece to modify semi-automatic guns to fire automatically.




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Re: Humans of the Right Wing: A Compendium [Re: waves] * 1
    #25233737 - 05/28/18 12:43 PM (2 years, 1 month ago)

Here's a good one:

According to this article, most of the workforce at this Harley Davidson plant in Kansas voted for Trump.

Now the plant is shutting down, and they are opening up a new one in Thailand, with one of the main reasons being Trump's steel tariffs.

Can you imagine how completely fucking stupid these factory workers who voted for Trump must have been to think that a Trump presidency could possibly work out well for them??:wtf:

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Days after it announced the plant closure, the company announced the dividend increase that would cost the company about $846,000 and the stock buyback plan that was another expense of $696 million at the time, both to benefit shareholders. That came on the heels of the company’s corporate tax cut from 35 percent to 21 percent and its previous announcement last year that a new motorcycle assembly plant in Thailand would open in late 2018.

The company maintains that the dividend increase and stock buyback are unrelated to the tax savings and the Bangkok plant is unrelated to the Kansas City closure.





This is just a year after Trump had a special meeting with Harley Davidson executives and union presidents where he thanked them for "for building things in America.":lol:


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Re: Humans of the Right Wing: A Compendium [Re: waves]
    #25233761 - 05/28/18 12:51 PM (2 years, 1 month ago)

Gee, I wonder who these guys voted for?

Kansas Trio Convicted in Plot to Bomb Somali Immigrants

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WICHITA, Kan. — Federal jurors convicted three men on Wednesday of plotting to blow up an apartment complex where Somali refugees live and pray in Garden City, Kan. The domestic terrorism verdict came at a time when threats against religious and racial minorities are rising nationally, and the case drew interest from the highest levels of the Justice Department.

“The defendants in this case acted with clear premeditation in an attempt to kill people on the basis of their religion and national origin,” Attorney General Jeff Sessions said in a statement. “That’s not just illegal — it’s immoral and unacceptable, and we’re not going to stand for it.”

The men, Curtis Allen, Gavin Wright and Patrick Stein, all of whom are white, appeared stoic as the verdicts were read at the federal courthouse in Wichita. Defense lawyers had tried to convince jurors that their clients were manipulated by the F.B.I., and had been unfairly targeted for exercising their rights to own guns and speak freely.

“He was a member of a militia. He loved his guns. This was a lifestyle,” Melody Brannon, a lawyer for Mr. Allen, told the mostly white jury. “The government tried to criminalize that lifestyle.”

The trial, which played out over about a month, focused on a period before the 2016 presidential election when a paid F.B.I. informant infiltrated a militia group that included the three men and secretly recorded hours of their conversations.

Politics were front and center throughout the trial, with defense lawyers portraying the F.B.I. as a bullying-government force that used its informant to steer their clients from hateful speech to violent plotting. The courtroom critiques of the F.B.I. came after a series of condemnations of the bureau by President Trump, who overwhelmingly carried Kansas in 2016.

Prosecutors, who built much of their case around the informant’s secret recordings, said that the men planned to carry out the bombing on Nov. 9, 2016, a day after voters selected a president.

“They wanted to send a message to the people living there that they’re not welcome in Garden City, they’re not welcome in southwest Kansas, they’re not welcome in the United States,” Tony Mattivi, a federal prosecutor, said during closing arguments.

The men, who called themselves “the Crusaders,” were arrested about four weeks before Election Day and charged with conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction and conspiracy against rights, which the Justice Department considers a hate crime. Mr. Wright was also charged with lying to the F.B.I. The three men were found guilty on all counts and face up to life in prison when they are sentenced in June.

The trial came amid a national escalation in threats against religious and racial minorities, especially Muslims, according to the F.B.I. and organizations that monitor hate crimes.

“It is now approaching the level of hate violence against the same communities that we saw in the immediate wake of the 9/11 attacks,” said Suman Raghunathan, executive director of SAALT: South Asian Americans Leading Together, a national advocacy organization.

Ifrah Ahmed, a Somali resident of Garden City, said she found out about the verdicts when the police chief sent her a text message. Ms. Ahmed said she relayed the news to elders in the Somali community.

“I had faith that they were going to do what was right,” Ms. Ahmed said of the jurors. “Now we can all actually move on from it and bury it and know that justice is served.”

Prosecutors portrayed the Kansas defendants as aspiring domestic terrorists who planned to bomb the Somali apartments only after considering other attacks — on elected officials, churches that helped refugees and landlords who rented to immigrants.

Defense lawyers suggested that their clients had merely engaged in idle talk inspired partly by the 2016 election.

Stephen R. McAllister, the top federal prosecutor in Kansas, said the verdict showed the jury approved of the bureau’s tactics despite defense lawyers mounting what he described as “an attack on the F.B.I. itself.”

“The jury’s verdicts in this case are a vindication of outstanding investigative work and prosecution,” said Mr. McAllister, who was named to his post by Mr. Trump. “Terrorists, whether foreign or domestic, must be stopped and punished.”

The jury of six men and six women deliberated for about seven hours over two days.

The case forced jurors to decide when hateful rhetoric escalated from legal speech to evidence of a violent plot. Expletive-filled recordings of the men played before the jury contained repugnant, bigoted language, the defense lawyers said, but not a federal crime.

“It is not morally right to hold such hate, but it is not legally wrong,” said James Pratt, a lawyer for Mr. Stein, who acknowledged that his client referred to Muslims as “cockroaches.” Mr. Stein referred to himself, the recordings showed, as an “Orkin man,” referencing the pest extermination company.

“We all have the right to hate,” Mr. Pratt added.

Mr. McAllister rejected the suggestions of a First Amendment infringement.

“I don’t view this as a prosecution of speech at all,” Mr. McAllister said. “This was a prosecution of speech coupled with actions.”

Still, defense lawyers emphasized that no bombing took place, and no one was physically injured. They said the men lacked the ability or commitment to carry out such an attack. Mr. Pratt said his client was “all hat, no cattle,” meaning he was a big talker and little more.

“Unfortunately for Patrick,” Mr. Pratt said, “the government was willing to provide the cattle.”

Garden City is a racially diverse place about 200 miles west of Wichita with around 27,000 residents. Many Somalis and other immigrants have moved to the area to work at a nearby meatpacking plant.

The apartment complex that prosecutors say was targeted is a center of Somali life in Garden City. Many refugee families live in units of the complex; others come to pray in a makeshift mosque inside one unit.

Moussa Elbayoumy, who chairs the board of the Kansas chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, said the verdict affirmed his faith in the justice system.

“The instance was troubling, was concerning. People were afraid,” Mr. Elbayoumy said in a phone interview. “But after that, they put this behind them and moved on with their lives.”






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Re: Humans of the Right Wing: A Compendium [Re: waves] * 1
    #25233772 - 05/28/18 12:55 PM (2 years, 1 month ago)

There really is no limit to how trashy and stupid these people are.

Texas GOP Candidate's Trust Fund Paid His Children To Marry Someone White

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A Texas Republican running for Dallas County Commissioner encouraged his children to marry someone of the same race by rewarding them with cash incentives.

Vickers (Vic) Cunningham admitted he bribed his children with money to make sure they married someone he approved of, which included being a member of the opposite sex who was white.

“I strongly support traditional family values,” Cunningham told The Dallas Morning News.

“If you marry a person of the opposite sex that’s Caucasian, that’s Christian, they will get a distribution,” he said of the “trust” he set up for his children.

“There are milestones set out in the trust. The milestone is, you get a distribution if you get an advanced degree. Milestone, if you run for public office. When you turn 35, 40, 45, you get a distribution. The same thing… when you get married,” he added. “It’s my religious belief that marriage is between one man and one woman.”

Following the interview, The Dallas Morning News announced it was pulling its support for Cunningham, which it had previously backed for the Precinct 2 Seat on the Dallas County Commissioners Court.

“Recent developments have caused us to reconsider, and we are withdrawing our recommendation of Cunningham,” the publication said in an article that also claimed a family member and a former staffer reported that Cunningham frequently used the N-word.

Cunningham's brother Bill Cunningham, who is in an interracial same-sex marriage, spoke out against the views he claimed the candidate held, the HuffPost reported.

Bill Cunningham claimed his brother referred to his husband, who is black, as “your boy” and had refused to have him in his house.

“His views and his actions are disqualifying for anyone to hold public office in 2018,” Bill Cunningham told The Dallas Morning News. “It frightens me to death to think of people in power who could hurt people.”

The candidate suggested his views on interracial marriage had evolved from when he penned the financial incentives (in 2010), particularly given his son had married a Vietnamese woman, The Washington Post reported, however he said it was too late to change the terms of the trust.





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Re: Humans of the Right Wing: A Compendium [Re: waves] * 1
    #25233795 - 05/28/18 01:07 PM (2 years, 1 month ago)

Like many Trump supporters, these two angry people probably think that Obama is the reason they don't have jobs.

It has probably never even occurred to them that the reason they don't have jobs is because they aren't good at anything besides being angry and stupid. They don't have any skills or intelligence.

Unless there is a rich man's war being waged for them to die in, people like this are essentially useless to our country and society. Deep down, most of them know this. Hence the insecurity, anger, fear, etc.



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Re: Humans of the Right Wing: A Compendium [Re: waves] * 1
    #25234238 - 05/28/18 03:59 PM (2 years, 1 month ago)

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Like many Trump supporters, these two angry people probably think that Obama is the reason they don't have jobs.

It has probably never even occurred to them that the reason they don't have jobs is because they aren't good at anything besides being angry and stupid. They don't have any skills or intelligence.

Unless there is a rich man's war being waged for them to die in, people like this are essentially useless to our country and society. Deep down, most of them know this. Hence the insecurity, anger, fear, etc.




There's many toxic people on both extremes of the political spectrum, don't get consumed over it and become just as angry.

Those people are going to be shit regardless if Trump's around or not, you can't lay it on his doorstep. The same thing goes for Obama and the looney left, he can't be responsible for their behavior.


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    #25234394 - 05/28/18 05:20 PM (2 years, 1 month ago)

IMO, it is not the same at all with Obama and the looney left.

The main difference being that Trump supporters often seem to attack people over things that they have no control over. People choose to support Trump, they don't choose their race, ethnicity, or nationality.

There is a big difference between insulting people for making a decision that was objectively stupid (like voting for Trump), and insulting someone because they are a certain race, ethnicity, or country of birth. Very, very different situations, IMO.







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    #25234409 - 05/28/18 05:32 PM (2 years, 1 month ago)

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IMO, it is not the same at all with Obama and the looney left.

The main difference being that Trump supporters often seem to attack people over things that they have no control over. People choose to support Trump, they don't choose their race, ethnicity, or nationality.

There is a big difference between insulting people for making a decision that was objectively stupid (like voting for Trump), and insulting someone because they are a certain race, ethnicity, or nationality. Very, very different situations, IMO.




So every nut job is a "Trump supporter"?  Sounds like a speculation on your part. 

"(objectively stupid) like voting for Trump"

Yeah, no bias here. Good job creating a bunch of false narratives.


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Re: Humans of the Right Wing: A Compendium [Re: waves]
    #25234415 - 05/28/18 05:35 PM (2 years, 1 month ago)

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IMO, it is not the same at all with Obama and the looney left.

The main difference being that Trump supporters often seem to attack people over things that they have no control over. People choose to support Trump, they don't choose their race, ethnicity, or nationality.

There is a big difference between insulting people for making a decision that was objectively stupid (like voting for Trump), and insulting someone because they are a certain race, ethnicity, or country of birth. Very, very different situations, IMO.









These random isolated incidents with " trump supporters " proves nothing.  How is that comparable to the likes of antifa or blm? A group/gang/terrorist organization, that literally go around in mobs attacking people who are against their ideology.  Im sorry but the "left" has right beat on that one


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