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BOTH Parties screwing us over as hard as they can. Everyone should be able to protest, but when you stop people from getting to their destinations, spit, yell at, throw stuff at people. That is no longer protesting, it is an attack. Republicans are backstabbers, but so are Democrats. They are still holding Political Prisoners in DC jails. Never forget, these people have been working together for years. They go to parties, Golf together, vacation together. Work together to screw over the citizens daily. Look at the BILLIONS they claim to be sending to Ukraine. While Blinken jams at a bar in Kiev (a city that was supposed to be destroyed). No way would any of those cowards in DC actually go into a war torn country. They lie & steal from the people daily.

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Whitney Webb, Mike Benz and Klaus Schwab have been alerting us to this for some time now.

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Astonishing reversals — thank you.

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May 16·edited May 16

More proof that America has two fascist parties, one with a large, noisy, influential socialist wing, the other with a small classical liberal wing. Until we get a better party structure, I'm afraid, in spite of betrayals like this one, I'm sticking with the GOP, since as a American conservative, I'm a classical liberal (conserving the American Founding, the quintessentially liberal -- in the original sense of free speech, free markets, freedom of religion -- event in world history, makes us American conservatives peculiar among conservatives world-wide).

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Unfortunately, I no longer think either party represents those values. They have been selling us out for years. Look up Agenda 21..Pappy Bush was one of the main authors of that. Perot was right & so is Trump. But I believe it is too late to fix the country.

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Unfortunately, predictable reversals. Careful polling identifies wedge issues, which are used to good effect when the People show any signs of self-governance.

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This is exactly what I’ve come to expect from the uni-party authoritarians.

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1984 = 2024

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This is a great example of why principled populists don't feel as though we have any representation outside of a few outliers. The fact that what passes for 'conservatives' these days will willingly cross-over the aisle to join the censors and cancel club, from their heretofor traditional pro-constitutional positions, in order to signal 'solidarity' with AIPAC and the rest of the bought-out/compromised 'leadership' class in Washington by betraying the constitutionally-based values of their constituents, and/or pander to big-money interests just reinforces my feeling that they've never graduated from being the party of 'big money' and taking the easy way out of moral dilemmas. Not thinkers, not principled, not to be trusted.

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