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My comments are not dependent upon whether or not you were addressing me.
That is an odd thing to say, actually.
Much like that "deep state" idiocy, right? You and the OP's source are projecting.
originally posted by: Cancerwarrior
a reply to: Krazysh0t
Trump says we have had alot of terrorist attacks in the US. The media says nuh-uh no we don't. So Trump says the media just doesnt report on the terror attacks, so to prove him wrong they go crazy showing all the stories they reported on terrorist attacks. Proving he was right in the first place.
Its hilarious to watch, for those of us paying attention anyway.
Plus, I love the fact that every morning he has a fresh tweet ready to remind people such as you that he is still the President, thereby triggering all of you people into a liberal fueled head spinning frenzy.
Well of course they aren't. I am sorry you missed out on "home training".
Only for your generation. Sadly you have no idea how to address people other than to vomit every idea that pops into your head on to whomever you choose unsolicited. Sadly it is not even as comical or amusing as a troll.
O mighty protector of those unable to discern, I leave you to your self appointed task. P.S. Do those people have any idea the scorn or distaste you have for them?
Basically you just told me that you and Trump are small people who revel in making sure people you don't know are upset. I already knew that though.
Instead, Sessions revealed Thursday that Utah's top federal prosecutor, John Huber, is looking into allegations that the FBI abused its powers in surveilling a former Trump campaign adviser, and claims that more should have been done to investigate Hillary Clinton's ties to a Russian nuclear energy agency.
House Republicans nevertheless first urged Sessions to appoint a special counsel last year to investigate various matters surrounding Hillary Clinton, including how the FBI dealt with her handling of classified information, as well as allegations that a Russian energy nuclear agency donated to the Clinton Foundation in order to later secure her approval of its purchase of a uranium mining company when Clinton was secretary of state.
originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: Krazysh0t
I have no clue what those letters in your post mean.
originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: NiNjABackflip
Terrorism is only terrorism if they actually attack someone. We don't charge people with stockpiling weaponry even if they end up on some sort of watch list for it. If we started doing that, then all those Patriot groups could be charged for stockpiling private army's worth of firearms.
Also, most bomb threats aren't taken seriously. Many public installations receive bomb threats on a near daily basis. The key is picking out the ones that sound credible and the ones that are just a loon trying to stir #.
By the way, if you want to talk about material support for terrorists, then you need to discuss Saudi Arabia, but this country's politicians (including your hero Trump) don't want to go against the country that is obviously funding terrorists in the Middle East.
In terms of police action, 76 per cent of the Islamist incidents were thwarted versus just 35 per cent of the right-wing extremist incidents.
More people died in the Islamist incidents, a total of 90 due to mass shootings like the one in Fort Hood, Texas in 2009.
However, around 33 per cent of right-wing extremist incidents involved deaths versus 13 per cent of Islamist terror acts. They also caused 79 deaths.