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Politics and Current Events / Re: Trumpocalypse
It seems to forget the people who don't kill rich people.
And why they don't kill them.

How close are parts of the US to this?

not very actually. But the material culture is relativistic so maybe that would be expressed in the modern day view as wistfully looking through the window of a Maserati dealership.
maybe if men stopped raping people it wouldn't be so easy to make a crack about how men are rapists every time a man inevitably rapes someone

Police confirmed the 22-year-old's identity after officials in the United States passed it to news reporters, apparently against the wishes of the British police and security services.

the fuck?
you don't need any more education in that subject

didn't read

those were definitely words

that'll teach me to repeatedly fail at being funny
you mean "mashed" bananas

haven't we suffered enough you fucking monster

The attack on Richard W. Collins III unnerved students and administrators at both universities, which are in the middle of spring commencement celebrations. What should have been a joyous occasion turned into mourning for friends and family of Collins, 23, who was slain two days after being commissioned in the U.S. Army and days before he was to graduate from Bowie State.

Collins, an African American, was visiting two friends on the U-Md. campus Saturday when police say he was attacked by Sean Urbanski, 22, a white U-Md. student.

Urbanski, of Severna Park, Md., was charged with first- and second-degree murder and first-
degree assault in what police said was a "totally unprovoked" attack.

I haven't seen any updates yet since the budget was just released, but they also want to gut the public service loan repayment program and fuck up the income-based repayment shit:

This means public health and government work are completely off the table for me, yayyyy! :meeps:
are we really going to "well actually" a piece of complete shit garbage that killed children at a concert because beep boop? can we fucking not?
Politics and Current Events / Re: Comey


President Trump asked two of the nation's top intelligence officials in March to help him push back against an FBI investigation into possible coordination between his campaign and the Russian government, according to current and former officials.

Trump made separate appeals to the director of national intelligence, Daniel Coats, and to Adm. Michael S. Rogers, the director of the National Security Agency, urging them to publicly deny the existence of any evidence of collusion during the 2016 election.

Coats and Rogers refused to comply with the requests, which they both deemed to be inappropriate, according to two current and two former officials, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss private communications with the president.

Trump sought the assistance of Coats and Rogers after FBI Director James B. Comey told the House Intelligence Committee on March 20 that the FBI was investigating "the nature of any links between individuals associated with the Trump campaign and the Russian government and whether there was any coordination between the campaign and Russia's efforts."

Trump's conversation with Rogers was documented contemporaneously in an internal memo written by a senior NSA official, according to the officials. It is unclear if a similar memo was prepared by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence to document Trump's conversation with Coats. Officials said such memos could be made available to both the special counsel now overseeing the Russia investigation and congressional investigators, who might explore whether Trump sought to impede the FBI's work.

In addition to the requests to Coats and Rogers, senior White House officials sounded out top intelligence officials about the possibility of intervening directly with Comey to encourage the FBI to drop its probe of Michael Flynn, Trump's former national security adviser, according to people familiar with the matter. The officials said the White House appeared uncertain about its power to influence the FBI.

"Can we ask him to shut down the investigation? Are you able to assist in this matter?" one official said of the line of questioning from the White House.
look at this stupid elmer fudd motherfucker:

"In theory that may be true."

golly why don't you test that theory mister

eta lol remember back during the women's march when conservatives were all, "these dumb broads in vagina hats balhblahblah but what about women in SAUDI ARABIA, huh? they can't even protest like these lazy dumb bitches, checkmate libtards!". i wonder what they're up to now. :awgee:
msnbc is probably as bad as fox.  that's about it.

lol msnbc hired greta van susteren and hugh fucking hewitt and is getting rid of lawrence o'donnell jesus christ how thick can you be
Politics and Current Events / Re: Jabba Is Dead
I mean, lol, a teenage boy is scary, but that is quite the classy eulogy

also eww he had a teenage son? men are gross
Politics and Current Events / Re: Jabba Is Dead
In case anyone needed a reminder that these are garbage people:

Politics and Current Events / Re: Comey

While I do not know how many incidents we're talking about, how severe they were, or their particular character, I do know this: Comey understood Trump's people as having neither knowledge of nor respect for the independence of the law enforcement function. And he saw it as an ongoing task on his part to protect the rest of the Bureau from improper contacts and interferences from a group of people he did not regard as honorable. This was a general preoccupation of Comey's in the months he and Trump overlapped--and the difference between this relationship and his regard for Obama (which was deep) was profound and palpable.

Second, Comey described at least two incidents which he regarded as efforts on the part of the President personally to compromise him or implicate him with either shows of closeness or actual chumminess with the President.

The first incident he told me about was the infamous "hug" from Trump after the inauguration:

The hug took place at a White House meeting to which Trump had invited law enforcement leadership to thank them for their role in the inauguration. Comey described really not wanting to go to that meeting, for the same reason he later did not want to go to the private dinner with Trump: the FBI director should be always at arm's length from the President, in his view. There was an additional sensitivity here too, because many Democrats blamed Comey for Trump's election, so he didn't want any shows of closeness between the two that might reinforce a perception that he had put a thumb on the scale in Trump's favor. But he also felt that he could not refuse a presidential invitation, particularly not one that went to a broad array of law enforcement leadership. So he went. But as he told me the story, he tried hard to blend into the background and avoid any one-on-one interaction. He was wearing a blue blazer and noticed that the drapes were blue. So he stood in the back, right in front of the drapes, hoping Trump wouldn't notice him camouflaged against the wall. If you look at the video, Comey is standing about as far from Trump as it is physically possible to be in that room.

And for a long time, he reported, Trump didn't seem to notice him. The meeting was nearly over, he said, and he really thought he was going to get away without an individual interaction. But when you're six foot, eight inches tall, it's hard to blend in forever, and Trump ultimately singled him out--and did so with the most damning faint praise possible: "Oh, and there's Jim. He's become more famous than me!"

Comey took the long walk across the room determined, he told me, that there was not going to be a hug. Bad enough that he was there; bad enough that there would be a handshake; he emphatically did not want any show of warmth.

Again, look at the video, and you'll see Comey preemptively reaching out to shake hands. Trump grabs his hand and attempts an embrace. The embrace, however, is entirely one sided.

Comey was disgusted. He regarded the episode as a physical attempt to show closeness and warmth in a fashion calculated to compromise him before Democrats who already mistrusted him.

Anyway, this idea that Trump is not dangerous and has been neutralized is a bad premise. The whole flapping his alternative sphincter about ISIS intelligence and subsequently setting off a chain of world events should prove that theory wrong.
I think not impeaching trump simply because "pence" is a terrible way to approach the decision of whether someone is an absolute disgrace unfit to be president of the united states of America.

you mean you don't want trump to keep damaging everything and maybe fucking nuking someone on a goddamn whim just because we need to give the ever so competent and great at doing things democrats the chance to engineer a president pelosi scenario? what's wrong with you man
Science / Re: Charles Murray and Sam Harris