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  • Originally posted by bowhunter75richard View Post
    OHH says, โ€œIt is what it is !โ€

    That just goes to prove that we were looked upon by a higher power to save America from miss piggy !! Sometimes intervention has itโ€™s reasons, and this was one of them !
    Or his victory was due to the other "lower power." Given Trump's lack of respect for Christian morality, I wouldn't discount it being the devil's work. I'm certainly no heavenly puppetmaster Calvinist but the latter theory seems to make more sense than divine intervention.

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    • Originally posted by rock rat View Post

      I never heard of any, got a link? Wiki or anything?
      Rat, last election in CA had more votes cast than registered voters. FRAUD all over the place.

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      • Originally posted by jhjimbo View Post

        Rat, last election in CA had more votes cast than registered voters. FRAUD all over the place.
        You can forget it jimbo! The rat is totally oblivious to voter fraud and totally incredulous to it's very existence.

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        • https://www.theblaze.com/news/covid-...mproving-study

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          • 2020 is going to be tough๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ’ฅ

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            • I see Canada has its first COVID gunshot death ... sort of. Some 73 year-old guy near Haliburton was refused entry at a grocery store because he refused to wear a mandatory mask ... even though someone offered him one. Store management called police because he was acting and driving "erratic." Apparently he endangered people in the parking lot. Cops intercepted the vehicle but only followed him home. They cleared traffic ahead and kept their distance so as to not make a worse situation. When they confronted him after he arrived at home an "interaction" ensued and shots were fired. Hope he was a white man. Sounds like every precaution was taken (understandable given recent events). The sergeant in charge appears to be at least part visual minority and came across very well in video. That should help. Too bad this is associated with the mask mandate. Sounds like the guy was whacked out and if it wasn't masks probably road rage would have set him off anyway. Given that the cops backed off immediately after identifying the vehicle plates, I'm assuming the deceased probably had a bad track record on file.
              Last edited by Ontario Honker Hunter; 07-16-2020, 11:54 AM.

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              • Originally posted by Ontario Honker Hunter View Post
                I see Canada has its first COVID gunshot death ... sort of. Some 73 year-old guy near Haliburton was refused entry at a grocery store because he refused to wear a mandatory mask ... even though someone offered him one. Store management called police because he was acting and driving "erratic." Apparently he endangered people in the parking lot. Cops intercepted the vehicle but only followed him home. They cleared traffic ahead and kept their distance so as to not make a worse situation. When they confronted him after he arrived at home an "interaction" ensued and shots were fired. Hope he was a white man. Sounds like every precaution was taken (understandable given recent events). The sergeant in charge appears to be at least part visual minority and came across very well in video. That should help. Too bad this is associated with the mask mandate. Sounds like the guy was whacked out and if it wasn't masks probably road rage would have set him off anyway. Given that the cops backed off immediately after identifying the vehicle plates, I'm assuming the deceased probably had a bad track record on file.
                Why hope it was a white man? Guilt?


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                • Originally posted by Danbo View Post
                  Why hope it was a white man? Guilt?

                  Huh? You sure put a lot of effort into not making sense. None of us wants to give the bored racial minority troublemakers another excuse to go on a rampage (though none of that looting crap happened up here in Canada).

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                  • Cops + shots fired + black man = riots.

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                    • Originally posted by Ontario Honker Hunter View Post

                      Huh? You sure put a lot of effort into not making sense. None of us wants to give the bored racial minority troublemakers another excuse to go on a rampage (though none of that looting crap happened up here in Canada).
                      I didn't think you minded the riots.

                      I get what you were saying sorry about that.

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                      • From honk the phony- Hah, hah, hah! I guess the Union troops at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania were just shooting at each other? Or maybe you think Pennsylvania was a Southern State? Makes about as much geographical sense as your assertion that elk roam the tundra. Ft Sumpter was the property of US govt. Davis ordered his troops to shell it and the Civil War started. That doesn't constitute agression? Davis and the Southern warhawks were afraid Lincoln might succeed in resolving the crisis and drawing the border states back into the Union fold. They were were in a hurry for war ... and got exactly what they wanted when Sumpter was shelled.

                        Well, ol' honk the phony historian, let me attempt to relieve some of your ignorance with a few facts, not to be confused with the revisionist crap you throw out like it was Gospel.
                        Fact One: Fort Sumter was situated in Charleston, SC, in the harbor. Most assuredly in territory claimed by the Southern Confederacy. Like other Federal property situated in southern states, it had to be surrendered to the South, who also offered to pay for the properties, and also the South's portion of the federal debt to the United States. Sumter and Ft. Pickens at Pensacola, FL, were the only two Federal forts that had not been surrendered to the Confederacy.
                        Lincoln goaded Gen. Beauregard into firing on on Sumter by announcing that he was reinforcing the fort, which was sitting in Charleston Harbor. Real history tells us that there were no casualties when Sumter was fired on. The only Union deaths came during the evacuation: One soldier was killed and another mortally wounded in an accidental explosion during a planned 100-gun salute.

                        Fact Two: Ten Major engagements were fought in Virginia and Tennessee,1st Manassas-Virginia, Shiloh-Tennessee, Shenandoah Valley campaign, consisting of: Seven Pines, Virginia, Mechanicsville, Virginia, Gaine's Mill, Virginia, Savage's Station,Virginia, Frayser's Farm, Virginia, Malvern Hill, Virginia, 2nd Manassas, Virginia, before the Army of Northern Virginia crossed into Maryland**, which is the first time a southern army entered what was technically federal territory. **Sharpsburg, MD., a state where Lincoln had suspended habeas corpus and imposed martial law.
                        Then, four more major engagements were fought on southern soil before Lee took the Army of northern Virginia into Pennsylvania at Gettysburg. Fredericksburg, Virginia, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Chancellorsville, Virginia, and Vicksburg, Mississippi, then, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. I would say that the damnyankee forces most assuredly were the aggressors for a good while before Robert E. Lee took the battle to them in their own Federal territory.
                        So...I reckon I don't need either any history or geography lessons from a self-proclaimed "expert", teacher of history and phony PhD, especially one who knows no battle history nor even the proper spelling of Sumter.
                        PS- aggression has two gs, and you have absolutely NO historical knowledge of the War of Northern Aggression.





















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                        • Another wrong assumption from the Canajan phony that claims he is a historian- "Davis and the Southern warhawks were afraid Lincoln might succeed in resolving the crisis and......"

                          Ft. Sumter was fired on 12 Apr 1861, by General P.G.T. Beauregard.
                          At that time, Jefferson Davis was a respected Senator from the State of Mississippi.
                          Mississippi secedes from the Union on 9 Jan 1861.
                          Jefferson Davis resigns from United States senate on 21 Jan 1861, along with four other senators.
                          Jefferson Davis was elected president of the confederacy on November 6, 1861, unopposed. A brief synopsis of Davis' resignation speech:
                          "I rise, Mr. President, for the purpose of announcing to the Senate that โ€ฆ the state of Mississippi โ€ฆ has declared her separation from the United States." He explained that his state acted because "we are about to be deprived in the Union of the rights which our fathers bequeathed to us." Davis implored his Senate colleagues to work for a continuation of peaceful relations between the United States and the departing states. Otherwise, he predicted, interference with his state's decision would "bring disaster on every portion of the country."
                          The Vice President, John Breckinridge, was the first man to rise, and, along with 58 other Senators, and a reported mass of spectators, gave Jefferson Davis a standing ovation.
                          The question for you, honk the phony historian, is how did a United States serving senator order General Beauregard to fire on Fort Sumter in April, when he had no authority, nor any connection to the Confederacy, prior to November 6, 1861?





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                          • Google search report:


                            Who ordered the attack on Fort Sumter?


                            Davis decided he had no choice but to order Anderson to surrender Sumter. Anderson refused. The Civil War began at 4:30 a.m. on April 12, 1861, when Confederate artillery, under the command of General Pierre Gustave T. Beauregard, opened fire on Fort Sumter.




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                            • 9 the whine, Davis was still in the Senate on April 12, 1861. You are as idiotic as honk the phony.

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                              • Back on topic:

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                                CDC officials now uniformly recommend mask wearing, but until very recently they found resistance from President Trump and his most loyal political supporters, some of whom appeared to believe that wearing a mask was a display of weakness. That opposition may now be weakening as the virus continues to exact a daily human, economic and social toll on the nation."

                                https://news.yahoo.com/cdc-urges-mas...220718541.html

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