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    This isnt deserving of it's own thread, but we dont have a thread for general Democrat subjects.

    I almost thought this was a joke:


     
    We all knew what would happen with Biden's case as soon as it was publicized.
    Yes we all did. Because his case isn’t any different from Pence’s which didn’t warrant a special investigation. Or you could explain how you think it should have gone. But you won’t.
     
    This doesn't apply to state or federal elections and seems to imply that only legal immigrants are covered by this bill. I think it makes sense to give people a say in how their community is run.
    That rump of an article never mentions children either. It’s pretty bad journalism.
     
    That rump of an article never mentions children either. It’s pretty bad journalism.
    From that article:
    Bill H.670 would completely eliminate Massachusetts's age requirement for voting, according to the Boston Herald. The bill also takes aim at students in “elementary and secondary education” with the creation of after-school programming which would educate students on voting and encourage them to participate.
     

    This post is a complete lie, SFL. Here is what Mackey was convicted of doing.

    ‘As proven at trial, between September 2016 and November 2016, Mackey conspired with other influential Twitter users and with members of private online groups to use social media platforms, including Twitter, to disseminate fraudulent messages that encouraged supporters of presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to “vote” via text message or social media which, in reality, was legally invalid. For example, on November 1, 2016, in or around the same time that Mackey was sending tweets suggesting the importance of limiting “black turnout,” the defendant tweeted an image depicting an African American woman standing in front of an “African Americans for Hillary” sign. The ad stated: “Avoid the Line. Vote from Home,” “Text ‘Hillary’ to 59925,” and “Vote for Hillary and be a part of history.” The fine print at the bottom of the deceptive image stated: “Must be 18 or older to vote. One vote per person. Must be a legal citizen of the United States. Voting by text not available in Guam, Puerto Rico, Alaska or Hawaii. Paid for by Hillary For President 2016.” The tweet included the typed hashtag “#ImWithHer,” a slogan frequently used by Hillary Clinton. On or about and before Election Day 2016, at least 4,900 unique telephone numbers texted “Hillary” or some derivative to the 59925 text number, which had been used in multiple deceptive campaign images tweeted by Mackey and his co-conspirators.

    Several hours after tweeting the first image, Mackey tweeted an image depicting a woman seated at a conference room typing a message on her cell phone. This deceptive image was written in Spanish and mimicked a font used by the Clinton campaign in authentic ads. The image also included a copy of the Clinton campaign’s logo and the “ImWithHer” hashtag.’

     
    This post is a complete lie, SFL. Here is what Mackey was convicted of doing.

    ‘As proven at trial, between September 2016 and November 2016, Mackey conspired with other influential Twitter users and with members of private online groups to use social media platforms, including Twitter, to disseminate fraudulent messages that encouraged supporters of presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to “vote” via text message or social media which, in reality, was legally invalid. For example, on November 1, 2016, in or around the same time that Mackey was sending tweets suggesting the importance of limiting “black turnout,” the defendant tweeted an image depicting an African American woman standing in front of an “African Americans for Hillary” sign. The ad stated: “Avoid the Line. Vote from Home,” “Text ‘Hillary’ to 59925,” and “Vote for Hillary and be a part of history.” The fine print at the bottom of the deceptive image stated: “Must be 18 or older to vote. One vote per person. Must be a legal citizen of the United States. Voting by text not available in Guam, Puerto Rico, Alaska or Hawaii. Paid for by Hillary For President 2016.” The tweet included the typed hashtag “#ImWithHer,” a slogan frequently used by Hillary Clinton. On or about and before Election Day 2016, at least 4,900 unique telephone numbers texted “Hillary” or some derivative to the 59925 text number, which had been used in multiple deceptive campaign images tweeted by Mackey and his co-conspirators.

    Several hours after tweeting the first image, Mackey tweeted an image depicting a woman seated at a conference room typing a message on her cell phone. This deceptive image was written in Spanish and mimicked a font used by the Clinton campaign in authentic ads. The image also included a copy of the Clinton campaign’s logo and the “ImWithHer” hashtag.’

    He got convicted for posting memes telling people to vote on the wrong day which on its own is frightening. What happened to free speech? Are we going to start prosecuting more people for posting memes?

    Jackson told people to vote on the wrong day. Same thing. If you disagree, can you explain how it's different?
     
    He got convicted for posting memes telling people to vote on the wrong day which on its own is frightening. What happened to free speech? Are we going to start prosecuting more people for posting memes?

    Jackson told people to vote on the wrong day. Same thing. If you disagree, can you explain how it's different?
    So, you didn’t read what he was convicted of? Why not just say so? You refuse to even read a single paragraph that I posted from the court case. Why should anyone engage with you ever? At this point you’re going to need to prove that you have anything of value to add if this is what you are going to do on here.
     
    Oh, and just so you cannot lie again and say I don’t answer your questions: one was an error. And the other was a deliberate, planned and coordinated campaign to mislead voters into thinking they were voting by texting a fraudulent number, thus depriving them of their right to a vote.
     
    I see where yall get it from lol



    Rest of the post:

    This is what Russiagate has been about since day one: embracing Russia conspiracy theories to smear critics of the DNC establishment and its neocon foreign policy.

    Anyone who bought into a shred of it played into one of the most deranged and dangerous scams in history:
     

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