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  • #31
    Originally posted by Zach11k View Post

    You do realize that the march that brought all these Nazi fucks to Charlottesville was called "Unite the Right", don't you? These guys are fringe right-wingers. The KKK was always a right-wing organization. Neo-nazis and skinheads are right-wing. The fuck are you smoking?
    The KKK was started by the Democrats as a way to control blacks. Senator Byrd (D) was a member. He actually founded a chapter of the KKK and was elected Exalted Cyclops. He also worked hard against Civil Rights in the 50's.

    Senator Theodore Bilbo (D) was a lifelong KKK member.

    Rep. David Duke (D&R) was in the KKK, he only served a single term as a US Representative but constantly tried for other positions.

    Senator and Supreme Court Judge Hugo Black (D), appointed to the USSC by FDR (D) in 1937.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Mr.Angry View Post
      Here is what really happened:
      The bunch of people had a protest (as was their right, not a pun) and a bunch of other protesters showed up to express their opposing views. After the protest was over a dumbass in a car not involved in the protest got into an accident and hurt a bunch of people and then one died.
      Boring news story but the trolls come out to spin it and try to make it look like it was violence was instigated by one side and push their views.
      Very possibly exactly what happened.

      Initially the media wanted to call it automatically murder.
      Then stories started saying it was an anti-Trump protester and they changed their tune.
      Now it looks like the kid that the internet tried to blame is innocent, so who knows.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by DJnLJ View Post

        The KKK was started by the Democrats as a way to control blacks. Senator Byrd (D) was a member. He actually founded a chapter of the KKK and was elected Exalted Cyclops. He also worked hard against Civil Rights in the 50's.

        Senator Theodore Bilbo (D) was a lifelong KKK member.

        Rep. David Duke (D&R) was in the KKK, he only served a single term as a US Representative but constantly tried for other positions.

        Senator and Supreme Court Judge Hugo Black (D), appointed to the USSC by FDR (D) in 1937.
        Are you under the impression everyone is as ignorant of the history of US political parties as you?

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        • #34
          Originally posted by DJnLJ View Post

          The KKK was started by the Democrats as a way to control blacks. Senator Byrd (D) was a member. He actually founded a chapter of the KKK and was elected Exalted Cyclops. He also worked hard against Civil Rights in the 50's.

          Senator Theodore Bilbo (D) was a lifelong KKK member.

          Rep. David Duke (D&R) was in the KKK, he only served a single term as a US Representative but constantly tried for other positions.

          Senator and Supreme Court Judge Hugo Black (D), appointed to the USSC by FDR (D) in 1937.
          Conservatives, every single one of them.

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          • #35
            Best regards...

            https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/...12981319790592

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            • #36
              Originally posted by DJnLJ View Post

              The KKK was started by the Democrats as a way to control blacks. Senator Byrd (D) was a member. He actually founded a chapter of the KKK and was elected Exalted Cyclops. He also worked hard against Civil Rights in the 50's.

              Senator Theodore Bilbo (D) was a lifelong KKK member.

              Rep. David Duke (D&R) was in the KKK, he only served a single term as a US Representative but constantly tried for other positions.

              Senator and Supreme Court Judge Hugo Black (D), appointed to the USSC by FDR (D) in 1937.
              This was prior to the dixiecrats, then southern strategy resulting from 1964 civil rights act. These events caused a role reversal between the parties in the late 60's. Byrd was the last holdout, but by 2003 had received 100% rating by NAACP.

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              • #37
                Originally posted by dudmuck View Post

                This was prior to the dixiecrats, then southern strategy resulting from 1964 civil rights act. These events caused a role reversal between the parties in the late 60's. Byrd was the last holdout, but by 2003 had received 100% rating by NAACP.
                ...and this is why, children, the guilt ridden, self shamed Liberals of today overcompensate for the sins of their forefathers by blaming any old white Democrat on a horse/

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                • #38
                  Why, in irony's name, has no one PS'd that car to look like the General Lee? It is a Dodge.

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by dudmuck View Post

                    This was prior to the dixiecrats, then southern strategy resulting from 1964 civil rights act. These events caused a role reversal between the parties in the late 60's. Byrd was the last holdout, but by 2003 had received 100% rating by NAACP.
                    sorry but you can't simply switch out histories because your party's own past sucks balls. Own it, cuntface

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                    • #40
                      Anyone who thinks this guy is innocent, or represents anything but the tiniest fringe of Scum of the earth is being disingenuous.

                      Nobody deserved it, he is guilty, and nobody should be attaching this to any political party.

                      This country doesn't want this.

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                      • #41
                        Given the frequent, open statements by the alt-right about their allegiance to Trump - not to mention the fact that the alt-right basically came into its own as an ideological body under Trump's rise - it's hard not to attach it to a political party. I mean, how many of those Fashy polo shirt brodudes with the tiki torches do you suppose are registered as Democrats? Own it. Y'all go on and on about how "violent" the left is, presumably because some antifa dipshits broke some store windows and caused trouble for your Breitbart darling Milo, but when a bunch of rightwingers hold a legit Nazi / white supremacist rally, and counter-protestors get run down in the streets, now it's "let's not jump to conclusions!".

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by IwasGunzen View Post
                          Anyone who thinks this guy is innocent, or represents anything but the tiniest fringe of Scum of the earth is being disingenuous.

                          Nobody deserved it, he is guilty, and nobody should be attaching this to any political party.

                          This country doesn't want this.
                          Holy shit, you have zero introspection, and no memory of previous posts or what Trumps campaign was run on.

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by posthuman View Post

                            Are you under the impression everyone is as ignorant of the history of US political parties as you?
                            Dude, white nationalism was created by the democrats. You like to pretend history never happened and ignore links, but trust me, the left started all that shit, and Nazi's were socialists. Dumbass.

                            This is their full name; Nationalsozialismus. Long form of Nazi. When they were at war with us the right was not socialists and never have been.

                            You must know this. You must be trolling.

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by DandyDon View Post

                              Holy shit, you have zero introspection, and no memory of previous posts or what Trumps campaign was run on.
                              Post me one link when Trump instructed a man to drive his car through a peaceful protest.

                              Don't give me that bs about that one comment almost two years ago about a punk obstructing free speech.

                              Btw, you said campaign run on. He didn't run on that comment. Name his pledges that caused this.

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by Zach11k View Post
                                Given the frequent, open statements by the alt-right about their allegiance to Trump - not to mention the fact that the alt-right basically came into its own as an ideological body under Trump's rise - it's hard not to attach it to a political party. I mean, how many of those Fashy polo shirt brodudes with the tiki torches do you suppose are registered as Democrats? Own it. Y'all go on and on about how "violent" the left is, presumably because some antifa dipshits broke some store windows and caused trouble for your Breitbart darling Milo, but when a bunch of rightwingers hold a legit Nazi / white supremacist rally, and counter-protestors get run down in the streets, now it's "let's not jump to conclusions!".
                                No, jump away. Dude is a scumbag who should be killed. But just because a shitty group of people have barnacled your party doesn't make the party at fault.

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