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Trump says he could use the MILITARY to build his wall if Congress won't fund it through Homeland Security's budget submitted by zenmastery to politics

Mr_Woodblock 6 points 6 points (+12|-6) ago

Can we avoid giving the Executive any more power over anything domestic? One day a Dem will be back in office...

PBS Host Lindsay Ellis: 'I Get Really Excited About White Genocide' submitted by sivsta to news

Mr_Woodblock 2 points 5 points (+7|-2) ago

I can't find the tweet in her tweets list or in any of those she mentioned... I'm not sure this story is true. A Drexel professor tweeted stuff like this in late 2016, but I can't find this woman saying it.

The professor was fired after a year of outside pressure, so if it can be found something may be done, but where is the tweet?

Here we go, the whole point of the #MeToo movement was to get the right on board with Guilty Until Proven Innocent by starting with leftist targets. Here's the end goal. submitted by antiliberalsociety to politics

Mr_Woodblock 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago

Wow, this is very honest. It isn't her clients job to substantiate their accusations. Their job was to lob the accusation.

You've got it right.

Corroboration actually isn't necessary to prove charges of sexual assault under law. Her lawyer is probably talking about about the law. Matter of fact issues (like this incident because no one else could have seen it except for those alleged) should be decided by a jury without added constraints in a "he-said, she-said" situation, because the jury's job (with a few exceptions) is to find matter of fact issues. Her client can only claim the incident happen and has no more proof, so it's on a jury to decide if it happened or not in a court of law.

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Trump says he could use the MILITARY to build his wall if Congress won't fund it through Homeland Security's budget submitted by zenmastery to politics

Mr_Woodblock 4 points -4 points (+0|-4) ago

I did. Congress makes laws about naturalization. The President enforces them. We are already prosecuting and removing illegal immigrants.

But now I have to read about President Trump making taxpayers pay for a wall he promised Mexico would pay for by skipping Congress entirely? Give me a break. His campaign promise involved me not paying for the wall. He needs to deliver on that promise he made thousands of times, and I will be happy. Walls are expensive. So is enforcing them.

I'm honestly happy with better patrolling. But a wall that we have to pay for? No. I'm not for it.

Trump says he could use the MILITARY to build his wall if Congress won't fund it through Homeland Security's budget submitted by zenmastery to politics

Mr_Woodblock 6 points -4 points (+2|-6) ago

The order would have to be:

Fash>Bloody Revolution>Republic/Democracy

I'd personally like to skip the whole "bloody" part (war can destroy people), so I'm going to advocate for moving away from the trend. You do you though.

Gee, I thought California was a deep blue state. Guess those millions of illegals voting was true after all. Parscale just keeps droppin bombs. submitted by TexasVet to politics

Mr_Woodblock 5 points -4 points (+1|-5) ago

It's only a deep blue state when you consider that 30 million illegals get to vote.

Source? There are around 11 million illegal immigrants in the country at any given time.