The self-proclaimed "unbiased" alternative to Twitter requires users to agree to pay Parler's legal bills if it gets sued over their posts.

this guy needs a free helicopter ride for sure

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wonderful that we can still comment here #FreeHelicopterRidesForCommies

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this is a joke right? so sick of seeing these youtube ads i finally clicked on one... now i'm wondering why i'm still using youtube.... FML

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this is fucking retarded - she will die alone with no eggs

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this is a joke right ? they say "NO" then in the VERY NEXT SENTENCE they say "yes" .... typical government double speak - seriously read this shit

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anyone else tired of hearing the phrase "right honorable".... we know they are all liars and cheats - not a one honorable among them

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4:35 - always look both ways before crossing the street

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5:13 wtf is a church woman ?

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WASHINGTON - The federal agency that oversees the National Weather Service has sided with President Donald Trump over its own scientists in the ongoing controversy over whether Alabama was at risk of a direct hit from Hurricane Dorian. In a statement released Friday afternoon, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) stated Alabama was in fact threatened by the storm at the time Trump tweeted Alabama would "most likely be hit (much) harder than anticipated." Referencing archived hurricane advisories, the NOAA statement said that information provided to the president and the public between Aug. 28 and Sept. 2 "demonstrated that tropical-storm-force winds from Hurricane Dorian could impact Alabama." In an unusual move, the statement also admonished its National Weather Service office in Birmingham, Alabama, which had released a tweet contradicting Trump's claim and stating, "Alabama will NOT see any impacts from #Dorian." The NOAA statement said: "The Birmingham National Weather Service's Sunday morning tweet spoke in absolute terms that were inconsistent with probabilities from the best forecast products available at the time." Released six days after Trump's first tweet on the matter, the NOAA statement was unsigned, neither from the acting head of the agency nor any particular spokesman. It also came a day after the president's homeland security and counterterrorism adviser released a statement justifying Trump's claims of the Alabama threat. The NOAA statement Friday makes no reference to the fact that when Trump tweeted that Alabama was at risk, it was not in the National Hurricane Center's "cone of uncertainty," which is where forecasters determine the storm is most likely to track. Alabama also had not appeared in the cone in days earlier, and no Hurricane Center text product ever mentioned...

so there was a chance and the media is just playing political games - go figure - i remember what they said - i was even worried Louisiana would be impacted from the forecasts of Aug 26th -27th... so sick of these media games - can't wait until they start hanging these "journalists" in the streets ... will be a good day

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WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal agency has reversed course on the question of whether President Donald Trump tweeted stale information about Hurricane Dorian potentially hitting Alabama, upsetting...

so there was a chance and the media is just playing political games - go figure - i remember what they said - i was even worried Louisiana would be impacted from the forecasts of Aug 26th -27th... so sick of these media games - can't wait until they start hanging these "journalists" in the streets ... will be a good day

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