Famed MIT linguist professor and far-left activist Noam Chomsky believes that the unvaccinated should be "isolated" to protect the community. 

K. Are they going to fuck off and leave us alone? Of course not.

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Tens of millions of dirty and used counterfeit nitrile gloves, some of which are even stained with blood, are being shipped from Thailand to the United

We don’t even export trash anymore

#LiberalCommunistFirstWorld

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Sunday on "MediaBuzz," Fox News anchor Neil Cavuto urged those who have not yet been vaccinated against COVID to do so for "those around you." | Clips

I am. I’m stopping communism for them. And or whatever the fuck agenda you’ve got going with without knowing exactly what it is, I know I need to stop it.

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Tucker Carlson responds to being called a white supremacist in an interview with Daily Caller's Jason Nichols and Vince Coglianese. TUCKER CARLSON: Here's the point, I believe in color blindness, I believe in the meritocracy, I believe in judging people by what they do, what they believe, who they are as individuals. I strongly believe that it's one of my deepest and most sincerely held belief, I have articulated that a hundred times on Television and in private with my children for example. If that is a white supremacist belief than I guess words have no meaning. JASON NICHOLS: I wasn't going to call you a white supremacist. CARLSON: This whole thing is if they call you a white supremacist for quoting Martin Luther King, they probably don't mean it. NICHOLS: But the white supremacists think you are a white supremacist. So why is it they see you as an ally? CARLSON: I can sincerely say I have never met a white supremacist. I don't know what they think, but if you are going to David Duke to figure out what is true in America I would suggest you get new sources. People are like citing David Duke like 'what's reality? I don't know lets check with David Duke, maybe he knows.' NICHOLS: David Duke, the Daily Stormer, for some reason view you as an ally. CARLSON: My views are absolutely transparent, I'm paid to express them, I faithfully do that. In my views on race have not changed since I was a small child growing up in California. You judge people for who they are and what they do, my personal life reflects that belief. I think what we are seeing is a redefinition of what racism is. So if racism is we should just judge people by what they do rather than how they are born, then the term no longer has any meaning. All it is a weapon used by a political party to gain power. I think people can see that by the way. When I was first called a white supremacist five years ago, I was completely shocked by that and horrified. I have a lot views that aren't mainstream: my views on gender, patriarchy are probably controversial with most college professors. My views on race are not controversial at all, or weren't in the country I grew up in. They were totally common place, ordinary, basic liberal, like 'we should all get along, and judge people for who they are, God created us all' I'm a Christian I actually believe that. When they called me a white supremacist I was like 'holy shit, I'm a white supremacist that's the worst thing you can be.' After a couple of years of being called by that name, I just decided the people calling me that don't mean it at all. It's an instrument to shut me up as I call bullshit on them. They want to make me be quiet and over time, if you over use an attack that is insincere it is not effective anymore and I think that's where they are honestly.

They use whatever term they want and because they use it as a deragatory term it's "all of a sudden a bad association".

There is absolutely nothing wrong with being either white or a nationalist. Even having to defend that makes oneself retarded, that's how inherently obvious that truth is.


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They use whatever term they want and because they use it as a deragatory term it's "all of a sudden a bad association".

There is absolutely nothing wrong with being either white or a nationalist. Even having to defend that makes you retarded, that's how inherently obvious that truth is.

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Dr. Rashid Buttar, a member of the "Disinformation Dozen," appeared on CNN to promote anti-vax theories. He told reporter Drew Griffin: "If I'm wrong, so be it."

If he appeared on CNN he’s a plant

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The Democrats and especially President Joe Biden haven’t the slightest clue on how to fix the Southern border crisis. From the moment Biden signed the

Not that I would ever vote for him because he rigged Colorado against Trump in the primaries (and isn’t a born American), but why isn’t he on the ballot? He’s had a good track record since Trump was in office.

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Pyongyang has tested a novel submarine-launched missile system, North Korean state media said. The launch became North Korea’s first of its kind since 2019. It comes amid talks between the US, South Korea and Japan in Washington.

Has anyone ever thought maybe North Korea is cooler / nicer to live in than we thought? I mean we know nothing about them really. Nothing gets out. Except for what the propaganda media tells / formulates for us.

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A Japanese man who removed mandatory censorship from pornography using artificial intelligence and resold the images was arrested on Monday for violating laws on copyright and obscenity.

Ah there's the crime. He made money.

$100,000

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Employees of the Nebraska Department of Education were offended that an associate director for the Nebraska Catholic Conference wanted to be part of the discussions about state sex education requirements and standards, and excluded those with a religious affiliation.

No such thing as non religious. The void gets filled with something, normally satanism unknowingly or knowingly.

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