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0s.gif Op donderdag 11 oktober 2018 17:51 schreef Grems het volgende:

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Want illegale migratie tegen ( willen ) gaan is het vertrappen van minderheden?

Bijzonder hoor.
Dat zeg ik niet.
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0s.gif Op donderdag 11 oktober 2018 17:45 schreef thesiren.nl het volgende:
Gewoon negeren. Hij is er op uit om het alleen over snoop dog te hebben nu.
Ondertussen gaat de aex hier keihard onderuit.
Drumpf is tegenwoordig zelfs al verantwoordelijk voor correcties in de markt _O_

Zodra de beurs weer omhoog gaat is het natuurlijk nawerking van het beleid van de Gevallen Messias, Zonnekoning Obama.
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0s.gif Op donderdag 11 oktober 2018 17:53 schreef ExtraWaskracht het volgende:

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Dat zeg ik niet.
Ah, daar ging ik een beetje vanuit aangezien dat de hoofdlijn was van de clip.

Op welke wijze vertrappen de republikeinen en Fox News minderheden dan?
  donderdag 11 oktober 2018 @ 17:55:42 #154
3292 Tweek
Koffie graag!
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1s.gif Op donderdag 11 oktober 2018 17:31 schreef Chivaz het volgende:

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Dus ze zegt dat zwarte Amerikanen slaafs democratisch stemmen wat ook gewoon waar is.
Heb je dan moeite met het feit dat ze de mensen slaafs noemt of omdat ze vind dat de zwarte bevolking zich politiek dom gedraagt?
En vind je dit echt te vergelijken met iemand die een ander persoon feitelijk een verrader noemt omdat hij op een andere partij stemt?
https://www.nytimes.com/2(...)and-plantations.html

Zijn gewoon talking points om mensen tegen elkaar op te jutten, ik vind het allebei verwerpelijk en dooddoeners voor discussie. Val mensen aan op de argumenten zou ik zeggen. In plaats van ze slaven of uncle Tom's te noemen en ze in beide gevallen weg te zetten als debielen die zelf niks kunnen beslissen.

Wel frappant dat jij en Grems maar 1 kant verdedigen en aanvallen.
  donderdag 11 oktober 2018 @ 17:57:25 #155
3292 Tweek
Koffie graag!
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0s.gif Op donderdag 11 oktober 2018 17:53 schreef Grems het volgende:

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Drumpf is tegenwoordig zelfs al verantwoordelijk voor correcties in de markt _O_

Zodra de beurs weer omhoog gaat is het natuurlijk nawerking van het beleid van de Gevallen Messias, Zonnekoning Obama.
Obama een Zonnekoning noemen, maar vergeten dat het penthouse van Trump er zo uit ziet:
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0s.gif Op donderdag 11 oktober 2018 17:55 schreef Grems het volgende:

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Ah, daar ging ik een beetje vanuit aangezien dat de hoofdlijn was van de clip.

Op welke wijze vertrappen de republikeinen en Fox News minderheden dan?
Voter suppression om wat te noemen. Dog whistle politics. Gerrymandering op basis van ras. Of bijvoorbeeld de consent-decree waar ze pas recent onderuit zijn gekomen: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voter_caging
  donderdag 11 oktober 2018 @ 18:00:45 #157
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https://www.salon.com/201(...)-mafia-for-35-years/

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Investigative reporter Craig Unger: “Trump has had contacts with the Russian mafia for 35 years”
Author of “House of Trump, House of Putin” on the president’s long history with Russian oligarchs and murky money

While the American public was distracted by the spectacle of Brett Kavanaugh's nomination and eventual confirmation to the Supreme Court, special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into the Trump-Russia scandal continued. In recent weeks Mueller has issued more indictments against Russian cyber-spies. The Trump campaign's connections with a foreign company skilled at using social media for information warfare has become the focus of renewed interest. Perhaps the most important development is the news that a Republican operative -- who later committed suicide -- had transferred large sums of money to Russian hackers with the goal of obtaining information from Hillary Clinton's email server.

In a stunning coup of investigative journalism, the New York Times recently presented evidence that Donald Trump has been one of the largest tax cheats in recent American history. Before becoming president, Trump apparently evaded hundreds of millions of dollars in taxes. The Times also discovered that, far from being a "self-made man," Donald Trump was the beneficiary of hundreds of millions of dollars in tax fraud, gifts, inheritances, and other tax-free money from his father.

While the American people and the world are eagerly awaiting a great revelation in the Trump-Russia inquiry -- secretly recorded conversations of Donald Trump and his associates pledging personal loyalty to Russian President Vladimir Putin, or a sex tape featuring Trump and Russian prostitutes -- it may be something more mundane and obvious that finally leads to Trump's downfall.

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In his new book "House of Trump, House of Putin: The Untold Story of Donald Trump and the Russian Mafia," veteran investigative journalist Craig Unger presents a detailed and exhaustively researched account of how Donald Trump has for decades laundered billions of dollars for Russian organized crime figures and other oligarchs. This fits a larger pattern in which Trump and his inner circle have shown a great comfort with financial crimes and other forms of unethical or illegal behavior to personally enrich themselves at the expense of the American people.

Ultimately, Trump's involvement with Russia's criminal underworld may have created an opening for Putin and his agents to manipulate and control the man who would later become president of the United States.
Maffia maatje is dus al sinds de jaren 80 onder de invloed van de Russen.
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0s.gif Op donderdag 11 oktober 2018 17:59 schreef ExtraWaskracht het volgende:

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Voter suppression om wat te noemen. Dog whistle politics. Gerrymandering op basis van ras. Of bijvoorbeeld de consent-decree waar ze pas recent onderuit zijn gekomen: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voter_caging
2016: No new violation established
"On October 26, 2016, the DNC filed a motion asking that the court find the RNC had violated the decree. On November 5, after abbreviated discovery, the district court denied the DNC’s request, ruling that the DNC had not provided sufficient evidence of coordination between the Trump campaign and the RNC on ballot-security operations, but will allow the DNC to offer further evidence after the election,"

Zou het inmiddels geleverd zijn, dat bewijs?
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0s.gif Op donderdag 11 oktober 2018 18:07 schreef Grems het volgende:

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2016: No new violation established
"On October 26, 2016, the DNC filed a motion asking that the court find the RNC had violated the decree. On November 5, after abbreviated discovery, the district court denied the DNC’s request, ruling that the DNC had not provided sufficient evidence of coordination between the Trump campaign and the RNC on ballot-security operations, but will allow the DNC to offer further evidence after the election,"

Zou het inmiddels geleverd zijn, dat bewijs?
Ik snap niet waar je tegen ageert? Je vroeg om voorbeelden. Ik gaf er meerdere, waarvan ik aangaf dat de consent decree afgelopen is.
  donderdag 11 oktober 2018 @ 18:16:00 #160
3928 Ulx
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Trump tells reporters he doesn’t want to fire the Fed chairman over the recent stock market slide, per WH pool.
Slap hoor.

Maar serieus: Even een dip en Trump laat merken dat hij echt verstand van economisch beleid heeft. Daar zullen de markten rustiger van worden.

Wat een halve zool.
I hate to advocate drugs, alcohol, violence, or insanity to anyone, but they've always worked for me.
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0s.gif Op donderdag 11 oktober 2018 17:38 schreef ExtraWaskracht het volgende:

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Het gaat hem niet om migratie, want dat is een ander vraagstuk dan diversiteit. Hij is slechts tegen migratie van mensen met een andere etniciteit dan hijzelf... wat nota bene slechts ongeveer slechts 60% van de VS is. De andere 40% tellen kennelijk niet mee dan. Gewoon white supremacy in een nieuw jasje, maar je bent er blind voor.

Hoe weet je dat? Ik heb Carlson nooit horen zeggen dat hij alleen blanke mensen het land wilt binnenhalen. Als je kunt bewijzen dat hij dat wel heeft gezegd dan vind ik het bijzonder dat hij zijn baan nog heeft.
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0s.gif Op donderdag 11 oktober 2018 17:47 schreef Ulx het volgende:

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Panther_Party

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Interesting. Voor Obama zei je?
Het zal vast niet voor McCain zijn geweest.
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1s.gif Op donderdag 11 oktober 2018 18:16 schreef Ulx het volgende:

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Slap hoor.

Maar serieus: Even een dip en Trump laat merken dat hij echt verstand van economisch beleid heeft. Daar zullen de markten rustiger van worden.

Wat een halve zool.
Slaat sowieso nergens op. De president kan de voorzitter van de Fed helemaal niet ontslaan.
Volkorenbrood: "Geen quotes meer in jullie sigs gaarne."
  donderdag 11 oktober 2018 @ 19:00:58 #164
3928 Ulx
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1s.gif Op donderdag 11 oktober 2018 18:56 schreef Chivaz het volgende:

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Het zal vast niet voor McCain zijn geweest.
Wel knap. De partij werd opgeheven in 1982.
I hate to advocate drugs, alcohol, violence, or insanity to anyone, but they've always worked for me.
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1s.gif Op donderdag 11 oktober 2018 19:00 schreef Ulx het volgende:

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Wel knap. De partij werd opgeheven in 1982.
Tja......
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Ye nails it

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President Donald Trump hinted that he could hit the campaign trail with musician Kanye West, in a Thursday morning interview on Fox News.

"I could see it, I could see it," Trump said.
_O_

KoosVogels: "Ik ben om. Trump is geweldig" - 14 oktober 2017

“There are only two places where socialism will ever work—in Heaven where it is not needed, and in Hell where it is already in practice." - Winston Churchill
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Breaking911 twitterde op donderdag 11-10-2018 om 19:34:38 Kanye West with President Trump in Oval Office: "I love this guy right here." https://t.co/FofBFyAexZ reageer retweet
Alle campagne leiders van de Democraten springen nu zo'n beetje van het dak van hun kantoor.

Donald Trump en Kanye West _O_

KoosVogels: "Ik ben om. Trump is geweldig" - 14 oktober 2017

“There are only two places where socialism will ever work—in Heaven where it is not needed, and in Hell where it is already in practice." - Winston Churchill
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Breaking911 twitterde op donderdag 11-10-2018 om 19:34:38 Kanye West with President Trump in Oval Office: "I love this guy right here." https://t.co/FofBFyAexZ reageer retweet
Alle campagne leiders van de Democraten springen nu zo'n beetje van het dak van hun kantoor.

Donald Trump en Kanye West _O_
Geweldige beelden dit. Hoe serieus zijn de politieke ambities van Kanye?
I'm 75 years old, and I still wake up with the little guy saluting.
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10s.gif Op donderdag 11 oktober 2018 19:44 schreef Arthur_Spooner het volgende:

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Geweldige beelden dit. Hoe serieus zijn de politieke ambities van Kanye?
Hij leek behoorlijk serieus bij de vragenronde, maar wilde zich vooral richten op het hier en nu en Trump helpen. :7

Trump is een level 9000 marketeer en persuader
Kanye is een level 9000 marketeer en persuader

Als ze samenwerken heb je een soort van het Apple equivalent qua marketing power in de politiek.

KoosVogels: "Ik ben om. Trump is geweldig" - 14 oktober 2017

“There are only two places where socialism will ever work—in Heaven where it is not needed, and in Hell where it is already in practice." - Winston Churchill
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0s.gif Op donderdag 11 oktober 2018 19:36 schreef Nintex het volgende:
Breaking911 twitterde op donderdag 11-10-2018 om 19:34:38 Kanye West with President Trump in Oval Office: "I love this guy right here." https://t.co/FofBFyAexZ reageer retweet
Alle campagne leiders van de Democraten springen nu zo'n beetje van het dak van hun kantoor.

Donald Trump en Kanye West _O_
Ik denk het niet, de democraten met steun van de media zullen Kanye een poppetje van Trump noemen. De huisneger die naar de zwarte bevolking het vriendelijke gezicht van Trump moet spelen.
En helaas zullen heel veel mensen ook voor dit trucje vallen.
Je zal maar een zwarte Amerikaan in de vs zijn en te maken hebben met een democratische partij die je alleen goed genoeg vind voor je stem en een media die je verteld dat je echt alleen maar op de democraten mag stemmen.


Dan krijg je dit soort geintjes en niemand die dan zegt dat dit toch echt niet kan.
Als Trump dit had gezegd was de wereld te klein geweest.
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Snel, een token zwarte, hef hem het schild op. :')

Nogal wiedes dat zwarten er doorgaans van weg blijven. Zoals hierboven al gesteld heeft de GOP er een handje van hen als groep te marginaliseren.

Lees ook even over de Southern strategy.
  donderdag 11 oktober 2018 @ 20:07:27 #173
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MichaelAvenatti twitterde op donderdag 11-10-2018 om 15:11:13 Donald Trump Jr. will be indicted before his birthday on 12-31-18. If you doubt my prediction, please check my record over the last 7 months. #Winning reageer retweet
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Intussen, los van het show nieuws met de token zwarte celeb, zijn de republikeinen in Georgia lekker bezig zwarten te weren naar de stembus te gaan:

Opiniestuk gebaseerd op echt daadwerkelijk nieuws:
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Republicans may be about to steal an election in Georgia

It isn’t often you get to watch an election being stolen in real time, but that might be what is happening right now in Georgia.

When it comes to the nationwide, comprehensive, carefully planned Republican effort to suppress the votes of people who are likely to vote Democratic, particularly racial minorities, there is a menu of techniques Republicans employ — voter ID laws, voter purges, limiting early voting, closing polling places in heavily minority neighborhoods, and racial and partisan gerrymandering.

But what Brian Kemp is doing right now is truly unique.

Kemp, the Republican nominee for governor, is locked in an extremely tight race with Democrat Stacey Abrams. He also happens to be the secretary of state, the official in charge of all elections in Georgia. You might expect him to step down or recuse himself from overseeing his own election in the interest of fairness and public confidence that the fix is not in, but that’s not how Republicans do things. Kemp isn’t just overseeing the process, he’s apparently also doing everything he can to keep as many Democrats as possible from the polls in November.

Ben Nadler reports:
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Two main policies overseen by Kemp have drawn criticism and legal challenges: Georgia’s “exact match” registration verification process and the mass cancellation of inactive voter registrations.

According to records obtained from Kemp’s office through a public records request, [Marsha] Appling-Nunez’s application —like many of the 53,000 registrations on hold with Kemp’s office — was flagged because it ran afoul of the state’s “exact match” verification process.

Under the policy, information on voter applications must precisely match information on file with the Georgia Department of Driver Services or the Social Security Administration. Election officials can place non-matching applications on hold.

An application could be held because of an entry error or a dropped hyphen in a last name, for example.

Appling-Nunez says she never saw any notice from Kemp’s office indicating a problem with her application.

An analysis of the records obtained by The Associated Press reveals racial disparity in the process. Georgia’s population is approximately 32 percent black, according to the U.S. Census, but the list of voter registrations on hold with Kemp’s office is nearly 70 percent black.
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Who could have predicted such a thing would happen!

We know who: the Republicans in the state legislature who passed the law and the Republican who’s implementing it. In fact, they passed their “exact match” law in 2017 after Kemp settled a lawsuit charging that a previous version of “exact match” was racially discriminatory. Kemp agreed to stop using it, but then the Republican-led legislature stepped in and wrote a new version of it into law so that the suppression could continue.


There’s one more interesting twist to this story. How does Kemp justify his racially discriminatory policy? He says the fact that so many black voters are getting their registrations put on hold is the fault of the New Georgia Project, which seeks to register voters and was founded five years ago by none other than Stacey Abrams. The New Georgia Project, Kemp’s office claims, “did not adequately train canvassers to ensure legible, complete forms.” And sure, black people are getting their registrations held up at much higher rates, but that’s just because of “the higher usage of one method of registration among one particular demographic group.”

Kemp also says that this whole thing is being stirred up by “outside agitators,” which just happens to be the same name segregationists called those campaigning for civil rights during the Jim Crow era. You can be sure that no one in Georgia misunderstands the reference.

We have to keep saying this: Suppressing the votes of Democrats is the whole point of these laws and procedures. Republicans claim to worry about “voter fraud,” and journalists dutifully repeat those claims because when one party says something over and over, you’re supposed to treat it as though it is serious. But everyone knows it’s nonsense. Voter fraud is almost nonexistent, and Republicans aren’t motivated by some deeply held abstract principle about the integrity of elections that they apply whether it helps them or not. It’s just a lie.

It’s also an example of how Republicans, who complain all the time about the stifling hand of big government, use their power to weaponize bureaucracy against people they don’t like. They impose “work requirements” on programs such as Medicaid, forcing recipients to navigate a bureaucratic maze in order to maintain their benefits — and if you make a mistake on a form, you can lose your health insurance. Did someone input an “i” in your name when it’s actually an “l”? Sorry, we’re suspending your registration. Haven’t voted in a couple of elections? We’re purging you from the rolls.

The final and perhaps cruelest piece of this puzzle is that Republicans have closed off the legal avenues for voters to challenge these discriminatory policies. In 2013, the Republican majority on the Supreme Court eviscerated the Voting Rights Act, in a case involving Shelby County, Ga. In a bit of head-spinning illogic, Chief Justice G. Roberts Jr. wrote that “largely because of the Voting Rights Act,” racial discrimination in voting had been greatly reduced, and therefore it was time to gut the Voting Rights Act. As Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg noted in her dissent, destroying the Voting Rights Act because it had succeeded in limiting discrimination was “like throwing away your umbrella in a rainstorm because you are not getting wet.” Because of the Shelby County v. Holder decision, legal challenges to Kemp’s actions are unlikely to succeed.

So we may wind up in Georgia with the same situation we’ve seen over and over again. Republicans gain power, then enact a series of policies and laws to make it harder for Democrats to vote. Democrats undertake a herculean effort to register and turn out voters, but when subsequent elections are extremely close, it turns out that the Republican vote suppression efforts were enough to make the difference.

That could well happen in Georgia, where we could see the race decided by a few thousand votes and tens of thousands of legitimate voters kept from the polls. Abrams has based her strategy on registering and turning out as many Democratic voters as possible, including those who haven’t participated before. Kemp’s strategy involves being the most troglodytic Trumpite he can be — and using the powers of his office to put just enough of a thumb on the scale to ensure his victory.

If Kemp wins, Republicans around the country will celebrate it as further proof of the efficacy of their vote suppression strategy. And knowing that the Supreme Court is likely to endorse whatever new suppression tactics they come up with, they’ll move even more aggressively to restrict access to the ballot.
  donderdag 11 oktober 2018 @ 21:16:20 #175
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https://edition.cnn.com/2(...)ket-today/index.html

De Dow gaat verder naar beneden. De taxcutvoordeeltjes verdampen wel snel op deze manier.
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