Trump inciting violence


#169

Well good for you.


#170

…and if you were in control, the probability would greatly increase that this event would repeat itself…so… I sure am glad you’re not. Now recognize that your attitude incentivizes the probability that Trump will be reelected.


#171

That’s really special how you’re able to distill down my essence no zero about me Smyrna.


#172

It’s the same people who interpreted “If I had a son he would look like Travon Martin” as “go out and kill cops”.


#173

Yes…I attempted to interpret your post but it wasn’t my intent to pretend I know you well. We do not know each other at all but I really would enjoy the opportunity some time in the future. It’d be cool if Mr. Hannity promoted that. I’d go.


#174

Meanwhile the people who were actually in control used 9/11 to partly justify going to war with Iraq.

I think Omar is being focused on by the right and a lot of disingenuous attacks are lobbied against her because she’s Muslim. Her worst comment out of what I’ve heard regarding Israel was the hypnotizing of the world one, a very anti-Semitic trope as said by others. But the all about the benjamins and talking about loyalty…it’s because she’s Muslim. I mean, Texas fired that teacher because she wouldn’t agree to never boycott Israel. DeSantis is holding the first Florida cabinet meeting in Jerusalem. This stuff is crazy, not to mention many that attack her defend Trump that’s said similar or worse.

This outrage over her new comments is just to stick with the target, keep it going, chum the waters more. They don’t want to lose a villain no matter how much they have to reach.


#175

That’s what took us to Afghanistan but Cheney and his lies took us into Iraq and I’ll always condemn him for that. Bush was just a dumb puppet who got the job because of his father.


#176

It sort of reminds me of Bill Clintons old tactic. “How dare you notice what I just did”!


#177

Literally anything can be interpreted as an “implicit license to violence”

Trump’s tweet does not call for violence. Can one of his nutbag supporters be stoked by this to the point of wanting to commit violence ? Absolutely. But we must make the distinction.


#178

Amen to that brother. I don’t think my wife has EVER answered a “yes/no” question with fewer than 1000 words. :wink:


#179

She is their apologist.


#180

Maximizing it has also been a problem.


#181

Misspoke???

Sorry that was not misspeaking. That was glossing over the worst terrorist event on US Soil.


#182

Anything in particular?


#183

An honest synopsis my political friend, presently on the other side of the aisle. :sunglasses:


#184

The severity of the attack had nothing to do with the point she was making yet it’s the reason she is being attacked because people don’t care about what she was saying. And if you read this thread and see her being called a mouthy little girl who isn’t grateful enough it’s not surprising.

I wouldn’t have characterized 9/11 like that, then again I didn’t say thousands of Muslims were cheering on the rooftops of New Jersey.


#185

That was me! Thanks for quoting me. That’s exactly what she is. And she’s not alone.


#186

like when Trump glossed over it by bragging about how big his tower was?


#187

I’m sure most trump supporter patriots care for Rep. Omar’s well being and disapprove of fat donald’s hate/racist rhetoric.

When being interviewed by the FBI one week later, the 55-year-old Carlineo was defiant, the complaint states, telling a federal investigator that “if our forefathers were still alive, they’d put a bullet in her head.”


#188

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Some people did a thing