Robert De Niro sat down with Michael Moore on his new podcast Rumble with Michael Moore and again unloaded on President Donald Trump.

Look how weird they look. Just look.

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Nobody likes losing his job, but if there's any country on Earth that's copacetic about firing people, it's these United

what drivel.

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For a brief moment this month, we started to hear the proper words to describe what is happening in U.S. politics. Not the usual, safe and tired words like "polarization" or "incivility." But more accurate words. At a news conference ahead of the impeachment proceedings, a reporter for a conservative outlet asked House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., whether she "hates" President Donald Trump. She rebuked the reporter, denying that she hates anyone. Like many questions lobbed at politicians as they walk away, that one was a trap. But it made me wonder what would have happened if the same question had been asked in a different way, not with malicious intent but with genuine curiosity. Because hatred is what we should be talking about these days, at least as much as we talk about the facts. The American people appear to be in a "high conflict," which is a term of art among people who study conflict. A high conflict is one that feels existential and irresolvable, and it continues on its own momentum, even when specific problems could in fact be solved. About one in every 20 conflicts operates this way, as social psychologist Peter Coleman describes in his book "The Five Percent." High conflicts can be interrupted, but not if we approach them the same way we handle normal conflicts. Left unchecked, high conflicts can become magnetic. Examples include the Middle East, Colombia, Cyprus, Sri Lanka, Kashmir, Sudan, Angola and Northern Ireland. "Once we are drawn in, they take control," Coleman writes. "They tend to enrage us, trap us, frustrate us, drain us of energy and other critical resources, and seem to never go away no matter what we do." In high conflict, our brains behave differently. Emotions - specifically, fear, anger and hatred - matter more than all the leaked documents or congressional reports imaginable....

I don't hate the left. But I refuse to be controlled by them and I fear the day is fast approaching where the left and right in the US will fight a very real war of more than words.

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Gun control advocates say the sanctuaries could be costly, in both lives and legal fees.

Let's light this firecracker.

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Rotten Tomatoes altered its audience participation parameters, and film festivals are dedicating a percentage of press passes to increase diversity.

So, when people prejudge Captain Marvel it's because they're all sexist "trolls" and websites have to be changed entirely to hide their impact. But when all the leftists prejudge The Joker as some kind of incel fantasy power trip before it is released that's okay and they all pat themselves on the back for their enlightened concern.

Give me a fucking break.

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Members of the House Intelligence Committee began reviewing a report Monday evening that contains the evidence summarized by the panel in the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump.

REEEEEtarded

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The House is plunging into a landmark impeachment week, with Democrats who once hoped to sway Republicans now facing the prospect of an ever-hardening partisan split over the...

Ever hardening split because it's obvious bullshit.

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BEIJING: Chinese students far out-stripped peers in every other country in survey of reading, math and science ability, underscoring a reserve of future economic strength and the struggle of advanced economies to keep up.

Probably so. They're prison slaves are the most efficient workers too!

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MARK Zuckerberg floundered when grilled about Donald Trump’s Facebook demands during a secret, private dinner with the American president. Speaking to CBS This Morning, the Facebook chief looked ve…

Total bullshit.

Facebook has proven to be biased against Republicans in censoring on the platform. But they are worried about what MIGHT have been said by Trump. Meanwhile, nobody cares that Facebook is actively censoring on behalf of the government in other countries. Disgusting media.

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