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originally posted by: IkNOwSTuff
originally posted by: madmac5150
originally posted by: Sabrechucker
a reply to: Strate8
You have a lot to say..Do it more
It usually lands me in trouble.
But, to be fair... they can certainly kick a ball, far better than I can.
Just not better than a bunch of 15 year old boys
originally posted by: Nyiah
Wrong side, and wrong angle. Ergo, not the Nazi salute.
Someone's (OP) just as much of an info dunce as the stupid SJWs are.
originally posted by: AugustusMasonicus
a reply to: Sabrechucker
Is everyone that much of a pantywaist that they need to concoct a scenario for them to get upset over?
Last time I went to a white power rally we did the Nazi salute properly, with our right hands.
originally posted by: Shamrock6
It’s very odd. I thought manufacturing social issues to be outraged about was a leftist thing. But this manufactured outrage is over something a couple of (probable) lefties did.
WHAT IS GOING ON HERE?!
originally posted by: ketsuko
a reply to: Malisa
Be honest ... anyone on the right side of the political spectrum who gets even remotely close to making a Nazi salute-like gesture gets this same treatment because *everyone* (the left, especially SJWs and the those looking to score political points) *knows* the right are all a bunch of hateful, white supremacist, bigoted, homophobic Nazis (yeah, I missed a bunch of -ist and -ism terms in the list but if I typed them all out it would take half my allotted words).
That these girls get defended for essentially doing the same thing is only because they're on the left side of the political spectrum, so of course, they just didn't know and it was a gesture that only vaguekly resembled the Nazi salute, and not actually one and you all are pulling up pictures of actual Nazi salutes, measuring the angles, looking at which hand it was, etc., and giving the benefit of the doubt, something you *never* do for the right because you already *know* they're guilty.
No standards without double ones.