r/WhitePeopleTwitter Sep 24 '22

Maybe think about your real live family at home instead of spending every day defending the "unborn" and punching people in the face.

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u/purplegladys2022 Sep 25 '22

The so-called party of law and order really like to whine like little bitches whenever they have to face consequences for their illegal actions.

"(Laws) for thee, none for me "

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u/CayKar1991 Sep 25 '22

I don't want any government interference in my life!

Also, the government should ban abortion, make every drug illegal, make body/gender expression illegal, and be sure to defend us from those iLlEgAl iMmIgRaNts!!!

/s (at least for me. No /s for them)

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u/JokerVasNormandy Sep 25 '22

Also ban any book that challenges my fragile world view..

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u/secretbudgie Sep 25 '22

"We in the Republican Party firmly stand against abolishing the right to bear pigmentation, we just want common sense regulations, periodic inspections, direct governmental supervision, and arbitrary liquidation of individuals that choose to exercise that right."

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u/Even-Palpitation-391 Sep 25 '22 edited Sep 25 '22

The police state of Biden? It was conservatives that made getting an abortion a crime… even at risk of the mother in some cases. Trump was the one that said drug dealers don’t deserve trials and considered martial law - using literally the military to help him actually try to steal the election…. All Biden has done is try to crack down on corporate taxes and let women keep their rights… unless they mean prosecuting those morons who stormed that capitol and literally beat and attacked people… but those guys actually broke the law and the president has nothing to do with their indictments or convictions…. “LaW aNd OrDeR!”

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u/-newlife Sep 25 '22 Bravo!

They just use the words, don’t expect them to do it accurately.

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u/Slot_tech_3000 Sep 25 '22

They don't even know what the words mean.

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u/-newlife Sep 25 '22

True. I think it’s like little children just repeating words they heard elsewhere.

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u/GhostHin Sep 25 '22

You are basically watching FOX "news" every time you listen to a Trumper talk.

They liked to repeat words from those places like it is the Bible, instead of reading the Bible like they should as a "good" Christian that they claimed.

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u/secretbudgie Sep 25 '22

The dangerous psychotropic effects of a trumpster degassing

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u/Runnel82 Sep 25 '22

"I know words. I have the best words."

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u/keidabobidda Sep 25 '22

No one knows what it means, it’s provocative… it gets the people going!

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u/Lounginghog64 Sep 25 '22

Or in any rational order.

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u/Pika256 Sep 25 '22

I understood that reference.

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u/Armadillo_Whole Sep 25 '22

I served under Mastriano in the Army. He was a colossal douche then as now. Surprised more of his former soldiers haven’t shown up in the media stating as much, it was a popular opinion.

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u/Angry_ClitSpasm350 Sep 25 '22

Speaking of Kathy... her campaign HQ is now mastriano and oz HQ.. she's lost twice now and is about to go 0/3. I drive past the place daily and i just laugh.

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u/hoochie_215 Sep 25 '22

She's a messssssss

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u/Angry_ClitSpasm350 Sep 25 '22

They dont call her crazy Kathy for nothing!

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u/Wintersbone7 Sep 25 '22

If you don’t live in Pennsylvania, please donate to a Federman and Shapiro’s campaign. Every little bit helps

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u/ActualPopularMonster Sep 25 '22

I don't have the money to donate, but they're sure as fuck getting my vote.

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u/Wintersbone7 Sep 25 '22

Great! your vote is better than my $50

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u/Angry_ClitSpasm350 Sep 25 '22

Thank you for your service! Sorry you had to serve under a confederate worshipping loser.

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u/Rich_Reputation_4945 Sep 25 '22

Mastriano has come out and said he will not allow any excuses for an abortion from rape, incest and the health of the mother or fetus. The guy is purely pro-birth, he has no plan to help single mothers or children. After birth this guy couldn’t give a f*ck

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u/Rich_Reputation_4945 Sep 25 '22

Pa has so many kids in foster care and this dingus wants to eliminate gay couples from adopting and officially end gay marriage. Yet all his signs say “walk as free people.”

Walk as free people but only after i strip all women, gay couples, destroy families and foster children of their rights, actually only white Christian men will walk as free people -Mastriano at some point

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u/Kraityn Sep 25 '22

Good bot

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u/PMMEYOURCOOLDRAWINGS Sep 25 '22

It’s always been this way with fascists. They loftily claim to be building a better society for all while ensuring that “all” is exclusive to people who look and think exactly as they do. The program is always the same too. First they socially stigmatize, then criminalize, then exterminate. Every. Single. Time.

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u/Draker-X Sep 25 '22

"Better never means better for everyone. It always means worse, for some."- The Handmaid's Tale

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u/Flame87 Sep 25 '22

"Walk as free people (while you still can bitches)"

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u/Icy_Necessary2161 Sep 25 '22

He's a Republican... they only want the finest sex trade careers for all the little children of the USA

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u/Angry_ClitSpasm350 Sep 25 '22

George Carlin is rolling in his grave.

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u/Rich_Reputation_4945 Sep 25 '22

I miss George Carlin, he would be todays hero as he was then. He predicted all this

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u/RandyGrey Sep 25 '22

Not predicted, described. It's been going on this whole time, it's just more blatant now

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u/j4ck_0f_bl4des Sep 25 '22

Let me clarify: "Police State" when used by a member of the gop means a right wing nut job was arrested for breaking a law which long predates the current political situation.

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u/gingerfawx Sep 25 '22

/* for which the perp will serve all too little time, if any at all.

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u/j4ck_0f_bl4des Sep 25 '22

Yep. Slap on the wrist probation and maybe a fine.

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u/WoNc Sep 25 '22

Fascism is pageantry. Their words aren't meant to be taken literally, and you're playing a losing game if you take them at face value. Instead, they're simply expressing opposition against The Other and justifying what they will eventually do. When people like that say shit like that, just understand it as "I'm a dangerous lunatic who is unfit to be in public spaces, let alone public office."

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u/Icy_Necessary2161 Sep 25 '22

"BuT ThiNk oF tHe CHiLdReN"

Yeah, I know.... they think of kids entirely too much and in all the wrong ways

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u/jkman61494 Sep 25 '22

I’ll take projection for $500 Alex

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u/herpderpomygerp Sep 25 '22

Maybe don't try to murder an old man and expect to get away with committing a crime....like it's that simple

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u/Sufficient-Eye3309 Sep 24 '22 Silver

I am this close >< to taking my 2A supporting ass out to planded parenthood with a gun and escorting any woman that needs it inside. Confuse the shit out of everyone. Yes I carry a gun, yes I am pro-choice, and yes I support marriage equality, I am a walking paradox.

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u/poncho51 Sep 24 '22

I agree 100% For some reason the right think we don't believe in the 2A. They're about to FA&FO!

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u/Starkiller006 Sep 25 '22

There are tons of us, my friend. We're usually quiet. The MAGAts won't know what's happening when they try to start their little LARP civil war and realize everyone they think they can victimize either has weaponry, or protection from the community at large .

They think they're the majority....and that's just fine with me and my close-knit group. We're ready lol

Should be interesting.

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u/aJoshster Sep 25 '22

It is very beneficial to be underestimated.

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u/CY-B3AR Sep 25 '22

If the time arises, I won't be much use on the battlefield, but I would be quite happy to do support work in coms / intel / remote drone piloting 🤙

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u/Sufficient-Eye3309 Sep 25 '22

I used to be a conservative type person, voted for trump the first time around even. But as I get older and they get stupider, I find myself to be more of a libertarian. Just leave me alone and let me carry a gun to my guy friend's wedding while high....

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u/ilovecatsandcafe Sep 25 '22

My man we support gun ownership too, but responsible gun ownership and well that doesn’t sound responsible at all

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u/TriscuitBob Sep 25 '22

Not sure I want to attend weddings where people are drinking and using drugs and carrying guns. Seems like a recipe for disaster.

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u/Sufficient-Eye3309 Sep 25 '22

You drink water right? By definition water is a drug. A drug is anything you consume that alters the way you think or feel , think you are thirsty and you drink water to change how you think and feel. What you are referring to is a narcotic. But by definition, any substance that under goes a chemical change to alter your state of mind. But weed doesn't under go any chemical change.

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u/kingura Sep 25 '22

I don’t think I’ve ever seen an argument this dumb in real life.

Congratulations. That was shockingly stupid.

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u/TrailerParkTonyStark Sep 25 '22

That’s not how any of that works.

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u/TriscuitBob Sep 25 '22

I own guns but don’t want to be around drunk or stoned people with guns. That’s irresponsible as hell. Spent enough time in Louisiana to know that behavior doesn’t end well.

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u/soooomanycats Sep 25 '22

Oh boo, this ain't the argument you think it is.

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u/shamenoname Sep 25 '22

I love smoking weed but this is the dumbest thing I've ever read

ETA https://youtu.be/LQCU36pkH7c

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u/itrieditried555 Sep 25 '22

This is a joke? Please let this be a joke!

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u/hipsterTrashSlut Sep 25 '22

Nah. Average US libertarian.

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u/Sufficient-Eye3309 Sep 25 '22

Nope not a joke

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u/[deleted] Sep 25 '22

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u/Sufficient-Eye3309 Sep 25 '22 edited Sep 25 '22

Try finding gay friends in Afghanistan. Don't worry I'll wait. Also spent plenty of time there...nothing like what I described.

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u/intriqet Sep 25 '22

Not sure if…

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u/[deleted] Sep 25 '22

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u/Starkiller006 Sep 25 '22

No, I meant literally. As in, people who lean more left that have weapons, or practice survival skills or preparedness, usually don't advertise it.

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u/Starkiller006 Sep 25 '22

With all due respect, don't condescend to me, please. You don't know what you're talking about. You think you do, and that's fine.

Don't generalize random redditors for participating in discourse that's legitimately just a response to a comment to which they relate.

Take the psychoanalysis elsewhere.

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u/Starkiller006 Sep 25 '22

I have friends, genius. I didn't "select" anyone lol

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u/therealboomguy57 Sep 25 '22 edited Sep 25 '22

You’re not a paradox. You’re a complex human being with beliefs that aren’t represented by a binary choice at the ballot box.

NO I’m not saying both sides are the same. One side is literal fascists and one side is an inept center-right party. But there is only two and you can’t possibly share views from more than one.

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u/RoxxieMuzic Sep 25 '22 edited Sep 25 '22

No you are not. I am the next paradox, female and 70, and lock step with your sentiments. We should be the majority, not the paradox.

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u/thegza10304 Sep 25 '22

I like your style.

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u/potsticker17 Sep 24 '22

This should not be a paradox. This should be the standard.

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u/Neia__Baraja Sep 25 '22

It’s not a paradox to have varied political views. Imo it’s the only way to know somebodies not just treating politics like a game.

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u/MostBoringStan Sep 25 '22

Check for your area. They might be desperate for more escorts.

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u/Sufficient-Eye3309 Sep 25 '22

My state banned abortion for all reasons so might be hard to find one still in operation.

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u/Upper_Brief2484 Sep 25 '22

Serious question, please don't feel obligated to answer, why choose to live in such a place?

As a father, I would move my family the second such a law passed. My wife has said the same in the past. If I wanted to live in a theocracy I would move to Iran. I can't see staying in such a state.

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u/Sufficient-Eye3309 Sep 25 '22

Work is why we stay. We have a farm and I work in a damn good paying job. It wasn't like this when we moved here.

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u/Upper_Brief2484 Sep 25 '22

That makes sense. Have a nice night.

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u/gingerfawx Sep 25 '22

The situation in a lot of areas is changing quickly, try to bear that in mind.

We also can't afford to to have everyone respond this way. I get some people moving, I really do, but often enough they're able to pass legislation like this by dint of gerrymandered state legislatures in areas that just arten't as red and hopeless as they'd like you to think they are. Every blue voter that leaves the state just gives them surer margins for those two senate seats that represent smaller and smaller fractions of the national electorate with just as much say as the senators from N.Y. or California, say.

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u/askingxalice Sep 25 '22

I was born here into a poor family, and am poorer still. I have no resources to leave.

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u/Gstamsharp Sep 25 '22

The left has just as many gun-toters as the right. The left just doesn't publicly masturbate with the barrel.

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u/[deleted] Sep 25 '22

You aren’t a paradox. You’re just a compassionate human that doesn’t believe an all powerful god wants gays dead and women to be subservient.

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u/Proper_Librarian_533 Sep 25 '22

This is the standard leftist position. "Under no pretext should arms and ammunition be surrendered" and all that.

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u/Lithaos111 Sep 25 '22

Not even a paradox, plenty of Democrats have guns, we just want it to be more difficult for psychopaths to get their hands on them

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u/ChewieBearStare Sep 25 '22

And we don't make them our entire personalities.

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u/MarcusMaximus04 Sep 25 '22

You sound like a libertarian

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u/arah91 Sep 25 '22 edited Sep 25 '22

I always thought it was a bit paradoxical the way abortion fell on the line. Being pro-choice seems to fit great with the fuck off government don't tell me what to do, don't regulate my guns, don't regulate my body approach that the right seems to have (though I do think this mentality has changed a lot in the last 10 years).

On the same token being pro-life seems a great fit with the left wing. It goes well with the regulate things for everyone's good, medical mandate, more government control approach of the left.

If you where to show me each parties platform without abortion, and tell me to guess which side would be prochoice, and which would be prolife I think I would get it wrong.

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u/Upper_Brief2484 Sep 25 '22

The republicans have never been about that. Reagan signed one of the first gun control laws as Governor of CA. The NRA supported it! This was because it was targeted at black panthers by banning open carry of long guns, which the Panthers practiced at their rallies. The want laws to protect them and punish the other. It's just that simple.

That you think providing healthcare for everyone is unpopular is very odd. It is another thing popular across party lines.

I think if you understood the platform and not just read words on papper it would be easy.

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u/MarcusMaximus04 Sep 25 '22

Your axis is wrong. Republicans are, generally speaking, not really defined by being in favor of smaller government. The “small government” bit comes into it mostly in fiscal matters. Outside those, they generally favor small government for things only as they negatively impact straight white men. You mention abortion, but what about: marriage freedom, support for a heavily armed police state(note the exceptions to that support to see a pattern), criminalization of drug use(and note the exceptions for alcohol and tobacco, and the primary racial groups who’ve historically used other drugs to see a pattern there).

Of course, not all republicans support such positions, but enough of their base does that those carry the day.

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u/adnihilum_ Sep 25 '22

Supporting 2A and being pro-choice isn't a paradox. Most left-leaning people I know seem to support gun ownership. They want stricter background checks (and maybe even stricter requirements for owning anything deadlier than a handgun).

TLDR: Gun control, not gun ban. Not paradox.

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u/Waytooboredforthis Sep 25 '22

Make sure they're cool with it before you do it, I'm sure they'll appreciate escorts in general, but they can get hinky about guns. My ex used to work at one and I'd escort her to the door (more just so we could chat more rather than a safety concern), but they made it clear they didn't want me to cross the threshold armed so I respected that.

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u/terrierhead Sep 25 '22

There are lots of us. Hi fam!

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u/AdhesivenessCivil581 Sep 25 '22

You know what's particularly gross here is that some ancient dude assumes the only reason a woman would go to planned parenthood is for an abortion. There's pap tests(which is a type of cancer screening, breast cancer exams, birth control consulting so that you can avoid unwanted pregnancies in the first place. There are so many thing that can go wrong with female plumbing, fibroids, endometriosis, infections, STD's. You know what guys, just stay out of our healthcare and don't make us wear scarves on our heads. If you don't like abortions don't have one and stop denying us access to care that you know nothing about.

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u/InterestingQuote8155 Sep 25 '22

The guy who did the assaulting wasn’t ancient, the guy he assaulted was.

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u/AdhesivenessCivil581 Sep 25 '22

Your right I read it wrong. Stand by the rest of the statement.

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u/InterestingQuote8155 Sep 25 '22

It’s okay I read it wrong too initially. I fully agree with you though.

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u/wjescott Sep 25 '22

Just an added point...

... Back in the day I used to use Planned Parenthood assistance for STD screenings and (what I later found out) a genetic urinary problem.

I'm a guy.

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u/alliedeluxe Sep 25 '22

Yep pretty sure it’s only like 3% of the people going there are actually getting an abortion. It’s a minuscule percentage of the services they offer.

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u/Sharticus123 Sep 24 '22

These same people think it’s perfectly acceptable to send SWAT teams into poor people’s homes and spray bullets everywhere because they might have a small amount of drugs inside.

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u/human_male_123 Sep 24 '22

We should deputize abortion doctors.

We gave the fetus clear instructions, it did not comply. Bodycams were inexplicably off, there is no evidence of wrongdoing.

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u/bhume89 Sep 25 '22

This is exactly what I was thinking. They love the police state when it’s against black people. They don’t care about traumatizing those kids and families, but when it happens to their good ole boys… nows it another story.

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u/shstron44 Sep 25 '22

The minute their dear leader got in trouble they were calling for completely getting rid of the FBI and the good little foot soldiers repeated it immediately. Irony is dead. This is after they absolutely shit themselves when they heard “defund the police”. But like u said, that’s only when the cops are brutalizing black people. That can’t be interfered with

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u/InBetweenSeen Sep 25 '22

I'm not American but doesn't planned parenthood also provide help for people who struggle to get pregnant?

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u/JayRandy Sep 25 '22

Yes but some people just don't get it.

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u/artful_todger_502 Sep 25 '22

Planned Parenthood does a lot of stuff not related to abortions. Sometimes they are a neighborhoods only medical contact. That doesn't fit Republican agenda, combined with they really just want to see people suffer. That's the keystone of Republicanism. Make people suffer. Cruelty is the entire point.

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u/KazAnna72 Sep 24 '22

Shocker. These are the same brand of people who think Breonna Taylor “deserved it”. Cherry picking mother f*ckers.

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u/Most-Artichoke5028 Sep 25 '22

Or they think Ashley Babbitt was an innocent victim.

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u/Adorable-Carpenter95 Sep 25 '22 edited Sep 28 '22

What actually happened with her?Idk to much abt it

Lol why did my comment get downvoted

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u/keidabobidda Sep 25 '22 edited Sep 25 '22

She was one of the dumbasses to storm the capital on Jan 6.. when things became aggressive, shots were fired & she was hit & killed.

Edit: from Wikipedia:

Babbitt attempted to climb through a shattered window of a barricaded door, which led to her being shot in the shoulder/neck by a United States Capitol Police (USCP) officer.

Idiots info

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u/Adorable-Carpenter95 Sep 28 '22

Of course they think she was innocent

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u/keidabobidda Sep 30 '22

Right 😂 I mean it sucks she died, that’s not cool, but she kinda put herself in that position.. no one forced her hand to be there STORMING the fucking capitol.

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u/Shiraxi Sep 25 '22

"Joe Biden's FBI raid"?

I guess this guy has never heard of the 'separation of powers' before, but that would be nothing new for these guys. Or, he's just simply lying to stir his base. I don't know what's worse: stupid, or lying?

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u/VLY2020 Sep 25 '22

All of the Above

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u/savagepotato Sep 25 '22

The FBI is part of the Department of Justice, which is part of the executive branch, which is led by the President. Ultimately, yes, the FBI answers to the President. There's no separation of powers issue here. The legislative branch (Congress) creates the laws and the executive branch (the President and the Cabinet and their departments) enforces the laws.

In reality, Biden doesn't have anything to do with something this small within the FBI. It's a clear cut case anyway. The DoJ is supposed to run relatively independently of the White House because of issues of conflict of interest, especially political investigations (not that they shouldn't happen, but that it shouldn't look like the President is going after their political opponents).

Ultimately, the idea that this guy being arrested by the FBI is the victim in all this is grossly and wildly incorrect, but they aren't mistaken about how the government works.

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u/satan62 Sep 24 '22

MAGAts keep trying to force women to have babies, but don't want to support those babies in any way. Time to take action.

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u/crustytowelie Sep 25 '22

They want a class of people to struggle so they’re ensured nanny’s and servants for generations. I’ll take it as far as the seeds for a type of slave class in the future

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u/Pegasusjj4557 Sep 26 '22

The Catholic Church is pro-life and the biggest supporter of pregant women who need help and support. Catholic charities are always available to help with raising the child (diapers, extra funds, cradles, toys, clothes, mental health support) or to provide a free C-section to a woman who wants to give her child up for adoption. Catholic-run hospitals are sanctuaries to pregnant women about to give birth but with little to no money and provide such c-sections for free by the charities and accept giving up the baby on the spot. Furthermore, Catholic orphanages and foster homes are incredible in helping children grow up in good homes, as well as finding them families.

In addition, Catholics are the most likely to adopt out of all people in the US. Your argument that pro-life people don't care about children after birth is false. Catholics are probably the most pro-life group in the US and are they most generous and hospitable to children and mothers who need help as well as adopting many children. We believe all life is a gift from God and should be treasured. Life begins at conception and a person is a person no matter how small or who their father is.

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u/PanickedAntics Sep 25 '22

I live in PA and between him and fucking Dr. Oz, I'm not going to lie lol I'm a bit worried.

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u/Advanced_Radish3466 Sep 25 '22

what complete gobbledygook. he doesn’t make a critical point, just wants to get biden, police state and persecution in his meme knowing that his voters will say “ yup, yup “

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u/DonRicardo1958 Sep 25 '22

He thinks President Biden ordered the raid? 🙄

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u/potato_devourer Sep 25 '22

Not only that, the 72 y.o. elderly man was a provocateur hired personally by Biden, knowing a MAGA patriot would not resist the urge to violently assault someone fragile and unabke to defend himself

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u/Glum_Influence2050 Sep 25 '22

Do republicans really let them get away with anything by just saying “Biden bad!” Like what the fuck?

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u/O_Geeky_One Sep 25 '22

Favorite song right now is.. F these F'king fascists

Lyrics include

Fuck these fuckin' fascists Fuck their family and friends If they defend a fuckin' fascist

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Q-7-DDgUh_E

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u/Own-Cupcake7586 Sep 24 '22

Can we get all MAGA candidates to wear something, like an arm band or a lapel pin? Just something to make it easier to identify who not to vote for? Not one MAGA politician has proven to be anything more than subhuman. Not even one.

Also, props to the level of audacity it takes to decry Biden’s “police state” while blindly following a deceptive wannabe-dictator who wouldn’t recognize the truth if it slapped him in his round, orange little face.

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u/Morriganx3 Sep 25 '22

You can identify them on the ballot by the (R) or (Republican) next to their name.

Seriously, it’s unfortunately safe to assume that you shouldn’t vote for any GOP candidate. This country doesn’t have a Conservative party anymore - we’ve got the MAGA party and the Democratic Party.

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u/PebblyJackGlasscock Sep 25 '22

Phil Scott and Charlie Baker are nodding sadly.

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u/ambsdorf825 Sep 25 '22

I can't even with them anymore. I know talking with people who have different opinions is generally a good thing; but we can't entertain these lunatics anymore. It's too much.

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u/aJoshster Sep 25 '22

They don't talk. They assault.

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u/snarfalarkus42069 Sep 25 '22

"Sacred PA soil" these christians are going to lose it at some point in my life, I guess all I can do is stay strapped and fucking pray for those in my life too weak to own a gun.

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u/cuomosaywhat Sep 25 '22

Having lived in PA I can assure all that there is nothing sacred about any inch of it. Truth is, 98% of it is covered in cow Shit

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u/drew1010101 Sep 25 '22

You’d think the “law and order” party would understand actual law and order.

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u/creepyusernames Sep 25 '22

This fuck sucker punched a 72 year old in the face and he shouldn't be arrested?

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u/quietsauce Sep 25 '22

Uhhh what?

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u/SMH_OverAndOver Sep 25 '22

This only feels wrong to Mastriano because the perpetrator is white.

Otherwise he’d have done the raid himself and called his administration “Tough on Crime”

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u/SMH_OverAndOver Sep 25 '22

Thanks for disagreeing to agree, bot.

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u/random_vermonter Sep 25 '22

I'm thinking that it's prudent that folks who don't subscribe to right wing viewpoints, recognize the value of the 2A in protecting us from these foaming mad crazies.

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u/CactusPete75 Sep 25 '22

Mastriano is Christian Nationalist and a horrible human being.

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u/BringBackTheBeat716 Sep 25 '22

The right won't be happy until they get The Purge

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u/Opinionsare Sep 25 '22

PHILADELPHIA – United States Attorney Jacqueline C. Romero announced that Mark Houck, 48, of Kintnersville, PA, was charged by Indictment with a violation of the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) Act, which makes it a federal crime to use force with the intent to injure, intimidate, and interfere with anyone because that person is a provider of reproductive health care. The defendant was arrested and made his initial appearance in federal court on these charges earlier today.

According to court documents, the defendant is alleged to have twice assaulted a man because he was a volunteer reproductive health care clinic escort. The charges stem from two separate incidents both on October 13, 2021, which occurred at the Planned Parenthood Elizabeth Blackwell Health Center on Locust Street in Philadelphia, where Houck allegedly assaulted the victim, a 72-year-old man, identified in the Indictment as “B.L.,” because B.L. was a volunteer escort at the reproductive health care clinic. In the first incident, B.L. was attempting to escort two patients exiting the clinic, when the defendant forcefully shoved B.L. to the ground. In the second incident, the defendant verbally confronted B.L. and forcefully shoved B.L. to the ground in front of the Planned Parenthood center, causing injuries to B.L. that required medical attention.

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u/InterestingQuote8155 Sep 25 '22

Seven children?! Holy shit keep it in your pants. No wonder they’re against abortions. They clearly see it as a woman’s duty to carry as much man seed as possible.

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u/VLY2020 Sep 25 '22

The Pennsylvania Confederate can go fuck himself

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u/sirreginaldfeatherb3 Sep 25 '22

https://youtu.be/Obx_Kz_r6rk

This is the setting- shows the clinic and what the asshole does to these people. Small interview with him. (Only about 650 views at time of posting, so most people probably don’t know you can see this prick in action.)

There is even video of an elderly escort, wonder if that’s the one he hit…twice.

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u/realhighstonerguy Sep 25 '22

Mastriano and MAGA loyalists are traitors to this Nation. They have no platform, only a regressive ideology that undermines what our country stands for.

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.

We must stand firm on the foundation of our Nation and not let them make it crumble. Use our power to vote.

Mastriano pushed blatant election lies. He pushed to disregard the vote of the people.

Fake electors from Seven States Trump Lost sent fake electoral votes to be counted in place of the real votes. https://www.politicspa.com/was-mastriano-point-person-for-pa-in-fake-elector-plot/110379/

In emails trumps own lawyer referred to these electors as "fake." https://www.thedailybeast.com/lawyer-jack-wilenchik-acknowledged-electors-were-fake-in-email-to-trump-campaign-official-report-says

In Pennsylvania Doug Mastriano was a big pusher for disregarding the vote of the people in favor of these alternate electors https://fb.watch/fGM0kBT4CN/

We have Steve Bannon recorded before the election going over the plan for Trump to declare victory when he lost. Even him and his own people saw they would lose and planned for it. https://youtu.be/Ad0Pn9SP6yA

Mastriano is a traitor.

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u/southcookexplore Sep 25 '22

It’s amusing to hear the “back the blue” crowd say police state. Isn’t that what you want?

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u/Key-Photo-336 Sep 25 '22

If you haven't listened to the people who constitute his covid brain damage base then you don't know that word salad is the only way they communicate

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u/Ornery_Following4884 Sep 25 '22

I am sure he was okay when a certain Florida governor raided a house where the woman had her kids to arrest her amd take her computer after she was correcting the false COVID numbers he had his staff putting out...

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u/CaptainLookylou Sep 25 '22

Jesus christ there's only two types of people who use the term "sacred soil" and he's not a church gardener.

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u/Florida-Man-I-Am Sep 25 '22

Republicans: I can only explain our values to you. I cannot understand them for you.

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u/Demand-Unusual Sep 25 '22

“Ordinary” Americans?🤔

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u/Thesheriffisnearer Sep 25 '22

I guess some blue lives don't matter?

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u/[deleted] Sep 25 '22

Mastriano about to not be governor of PA, so fuck him

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u/hoochie_215 Sep 25 '22

PA FOLKS I CANNOT STRESS THIS ENOUGH: PLEASE COME OUT AND VOTE. I know Shapiro will do okay where i am in Philly but other parts of PA needs help

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u/badlucksnot67 Sep 25 '22

Fuck this guy.

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u/oldsaxman Sep 25 '22

These repugnants get more sick and vile every day.

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u/AdRealistic8758 Sep 25 '22

Maybe don't attack people and the swat won't have to come to your house? I hate republicans nowadays.

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u/ThePleasantArea Sep 25 '22

Mastriano is a bum. I can’t wait to see the tantrum when he loses.

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u/Wayte13 Sep 25 '22

And still centrists will scoff when we tell them the GOP's current rhetoric is meant to enable and protect political violence

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u/PlasticAlfalfa1 Sep 25 '22

Mastriano is a straight up fascist bible thumping POS.

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u/PlasticAlfalfa1 Sep 25 '22 edited Sep 25 '22

Good bot.

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u/OneFaceManyVoices Sep 25 '22

If that piece of rancid rat shit Mastriano becomes governor, this Commonwealth will devolve into an inbred, mouth breathing, Jesus & gun freak hellhole, with only the islands of civilized people being Pittsburgh & Philadelphia.

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u/Able-Theory-7739 Sep 25 '22

That's why I hope people vote for Shapiro in November.

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u/Ferengi_Earwax Sep 25 '22

When a politician doesn't understand the different branches of govt, he should be removed from office

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u/Dseltzer1212 Sep 25 '22

Unfiltered lies….this is how fascism works☹️

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u/Over-Supermarket-557 Sep 25 '22

Wait so is Biden defunding the police or operating a police state?

I'm confused.

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u/bugzyBones Sep 25 '22

He talks about a weaponized FBI but he says that if he's elected Governor he'll use 'His state police' to send immigrants to Joe Bidens front door, which would traumatize women and children but he don't care about those women or children does he

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u/ActualPopularMonster Sep 25 '22

I can't fucking wait to vote for Shapiro in November.

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u/Fuzzy-Boss-4815 Sep 25 '22

Translation : Ordinary Americans = White Americans

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u/Then-Baker-7933 Sep 25 '22

Let me get this straight….the NRA is backed by Republicans who object to any and all gun control laws but when the branches of government have to meet this arming of citizens with military grade weapons equal to what citizens can buy, it’s Bidens fault? The dark side is strong with the right who now thinks the larger the caliber of weapon and the faster it can kill, the more right and just your cause?!

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u/ustayuptoolate Sep 25 '22

Thats hilarious and also an impossible promise to keep.

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u/bluegargoyle Sep 26 '22

As Gov, I will not allow the police state of Biden to enforce his persecution against his political enemies on sacred PA soil.

Well ackchyually, as "Gov" (assuming you even win, unlikely against Shapiro), you wouldn't have any authority over federal law enforcement.

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u/Numerous_Ad1859 Sep 25 '22

I have protested outside of Planned Parenthood before. One of the first things is that you remain on the sidewalk not blocking any entryways and you don’t commit any violence. That is for protestors and counterprotestors or just a general rule of thumb at any public gathering.

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u/Competitive-Weird855 Sep 25 '22

What were you protesting?

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u/jotunndatroll Sep 25 '22

A medical procedure that's none of their fucking business!

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u/Competitive-Weird855 Sep 25 '22

They could’ve been protesting for better pay. You wouldn’t know without asking.

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u/jotunndatroll Sep 25 '22

You're right I forgot about all those labor union strikes at the Planned Parenthood 😂

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u/Wayte13 Sep 25 '22

Cope lmao

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u/Numerous_Ad1859 Sep 25 '22

Abortion

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u/Competitive-Weird855 Sep 25 '22

Why? Honestly curious as to why.

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u/Numerous_Ad1859 Sep 25 '22

I was more active with the Cincinnati Right to Life in 2014ish (I live in Northern Kentucky). I still believe abortion is murder, but a lot of groups have sold their soul to Trump at least if not entirely, then “we have to vote for the Republican candidate no matter what.” That is a bullshit argument, and there are times when as a Republican, I must vote either Democrat or Independent. I believe that in some races, I am living in that time right now.