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Qual das promessas de campanha abaixo você acha mais provável que seja cumprida por Trump?

Deportação de cerca de 3 milhões de imigrantes ilegais
1 (4.3%)
Construção de um muro na fronteira com o México
2 (8.7%)
Revogação do acordo nuclear iraniano
1 (4.3%)
Extinção do Obamacare
10 (43.5%)
Revogação da assinatura do Acordo Climático de Paris
9 (39.1%)

Votos Totais: 22

enquete encerrada: 14 de Janeiro de 2017, 01:17:02

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« Resposta #2150 Online: 10 de Agosto de 2018, 23:55:57 »
Vermelhos acreditam que o presidente deve ter o poder de socializar a mídia:

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[...] All told, 43 percent of self-identified Republicans said that they believed “the president should have the authority to close news outlets engaged in bad behavior.” Only 36 percent disagreed with that statement. When asked if Trump should close down specific outlets, including CNN, The Washington Post, and The New York Times, nearly a quarter of Republicans (23 percent) agreed and 49 percent disagreed.

Republicans were far more likely to take a negative view of the media. Forty-eight percent of them said they believed “the news media is the enemy of the American people” (just 28 percent disagreed) while nearly four out of every five (79 percent) said that they believed “the mainstream media treats President Trump unfairly.”

But swaths of self-identified Democrats and Independents supported anti-press positions as well. According to the survey, 12 percent of Democrats and 21 percent of Independents agreed that “the president should have the authority to close news outlets engaged in bad behavior” (74 percent and 55 percent, respectively, disagreed). Additionally, 12 percent of Democrats and 26 percent of Independents agreed that “the news media is the enemy of the American people” (74 percent and 50 percent, respectively, disagreed) [...]


tags: Lügenpresse, PiG, fake-news

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« Resposta #2151 Online: 13 de Agosto de 2018, 14:12:34 »
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In today's episode, we do a deep dive on the latest crazy conspiracy phenom, Qanon, also known as "The Storm," also known as "Pizzagate 2," also know as "that batshit, nonsense thing you may have heard about from one of your high school friends on Facebook." Yes, the conspiracy theory that proposes that God-King, Donald Trump, was elected president to stop a villainous cabal made up of Hillary Clinton, The Deep State, The Democrats, and anyone who makes fun of Trump, whose purpose is global domination and child smuggling. Also? UGH.

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Donald Trump is waging a trade war that hurts a lot of American workers. Maybe he would understand that if our heavy-handed documentaries about the global trading system were more informative.

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« Resposta #2153 Online: 09 de Setembro de 2018, 11:04:09 »
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Why I left team MAGA


It’s been a long two years of heavy politics ever since the primary elections, and although I haven’t always been passionate about the subject, deciding to support Donald Trump completely changed my life. This became especially true after I joined team ‘Make America Great Again’ (MAGA).

Before continuing, let me first say that this is probably one of the most difficult columns I ever had to write, largely because being part of team MAGA, I have met many wonderful people who truly care about America, as well as America’s ally, Israel.

It has been a wonderful experience, supporting and campaigning for President Trump, and I am grateful that it has given my voice a platform and numerous opportunities to share my thoughts, so I will do my best to speak from my heart and not forget where I came from, as well as the people who helped me get where I am.

While being a part of team MAGA, not only did it feel meaningful and give me a purpose, but it also felt like I was going to social media war. As a U.S. Army Veteran, that should really mean something.

It was installed in me and others like me that liberals are the enemy, especially anti-Trumpers. The pressure for absolute loyalty is intense, with questions allowed on their philosophy. You must accept all of team MAGA’s principles or you will be banned, publicly pointed out and humiliated. There is no room for dialogue; no room for open-mindedness.

Personally, I believe this may be what many in the media refer to as “Trumpism”.

One day, I began to see dozens of Tweets regarding former congressman candidate Paul Nehlen, all of them angry that he had been banned from Twitter for hate speech towards the Jewish people. After some research, I find that there are similar situations with President Trump.

I think to myself, “is this a cult?”

It’s one thing to support the President, but another thing entirely to blindly idolize him. He is human; he makes mistakes, and it’s our duty to correct him when he does.

He works for us, not the other way around, and it’s our job to make sure he’s doing the best he can.

I now realize that many, though not all, do blindly follow him, and that is truly not a good thing.

In fair argument, I will acknowledge that this extremism exists on both sides. I have attempted and failed to have reasonable discussions with many self-proclaimed liberals who worship Hillary or Obama as well, and that frenzied look in their eyes is always the same.

However, during a recent Twitter conversation, I surprisingly came to a mild understanding with Chelsea Clinton, and was soon labelled a traitor by a coward with a fake profile.This was when I realized: Every day it’s exactly the same; argument after argument about the liberals, and what I found most upsetting was that a lot of was false.

Tweet after Tweet, all claiming liberals do not care about America or our Military, when I know that’s actually far from the case.

This group (or cult) complains about being judged and harassed, yet they judge, harass, and even threaten everyone outside of their group who does not agree with their movement.

In fact, Jake Tapper, a leading journalist from CNN, is a prime example of how this group attacks solely because of differences. He warned me that a “small” group of Trump followers are white supremacists. I ignored him, choosing instead to continue going through the motions of MAGA, and I even referred to CNN as fake news.

Later on, however, my eyes were forced open when I was personally attacked by neo-Nazis on Twitter. They blindly pushed their anti-Semitic-Semitic rhetoric at me, paying no mind to whether I supported the president or not.

At this time, I would like to interrupt my own column to apologize to Jake Tapper. I also want to ensure that there is no ulterior motive to this apology except to make things right.

In connection, I have found that team MAGA treats every news network, except Fox and Breitbart, like they are fake news, regardless of evidence or facts. They firmly believe there is a media bias against President Trump, and I would like to say that this theory goes a little overboard.

In honest reflection, this new path started when I was retweeted by Sarah Silverman, a comedian with very different views than mine. Misunderstanding her humor, I attacked her but, surprisingly, she replied with kindness.

After exchanging a more meaningful dialogue, she offered me a new perspective, as well as a more positive connection with her followers. Over time, I gradually opened myself to a deeper understanding of the people I used to avoid, thus even changing my views regarding DACA.

I owe a lot to Sarah, and will therefore also take this opportunity to apologize to her for my original Tweets, and to thank her for her kindness. I would almost go so far as to consider her to be a liberal mentor, of sorts, who is helping me understand the ways liberals view politics.

I would also like to thank Andy Lassner, Don Cheadle, Congressman Ted Lieu, Sarah O’ Connell, Montel Williams, Jeremy Newberger and others in giving me a better understanding of the true liberal mentality, by being able to talk to their followers when I interacted with them on issues.

I do want to make it clear, however, that I still support President Trump, though I am pleased to say it is now with an open mind. I am eager to really connect with people, hoping to show them that there are Trump supporters who do not fit the growing stereotype.

Make America Great Again shouldn’t be a cult-like support for the President; it should a movement for all Americans – because we are all in this together.








Tempos atrás, Sarah Silverman também tinha respondido educadamente a algum troll/idiota, que acabou confessando ter sido vítima de alguma espécie de abuso e se desculpando e não lembro mais.

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Jeremy jamrozy
@jeremy_jamrozy
 · Dec 28, 2017
Replying to @SarahKSilverman
Cunt

Sarah Silverman

@SarahKSilverman
I believe in you. I read ur timeline & I see what ur doing & your rage is thinly veiled pain. But u know that.  I know this feeling. Ps My back Fucking sux too.  see what happens when u choose love. I see it in you.

Jamrozy, it turns out, has several slipped discs in his spine, and with no insurance and no way to work through the pain, he is unable to cover the costs of fixing it on his own. Along with that, he was dealing with the trauma of an abuse he suffered when he was 8 years old, he told Silverman on Twitter.

After a series of back-and-forth messages, Silverman asked Jamrozy to go to a support group. He agreed to go, and apologized for being rude.

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