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    Open borders is a pretty broad topic. My views on...

    Open borders is a pretty broad topic. My views on our border is going to be a bit different than most on here but I will try to answer, just not sure what the exact question is. Also, I am now...
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    No it was not. I thought the last line would...

    No it was not. I thought the last line would present the entire post as not serious. Apparently it did not.
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    I was bored and wrote some conspiracy nonsense as...

    I was bored and wrote some conspiracy nonsense as a joke. My sense of humor does not translate well on this forum. But trust me, I am fckn hilarious.


    No I can’t.
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    Glad you asked. The Bilderberg Group and their...

    Glad you asked. The Bilderberg Group and their public arm The World Economic Forum is the answer to your question.

    How it works is there is a hierarchical power structure of the elite who pass...
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    150,000 people die every day in the US?

    150,000 people die every day in the US?
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    Yes you are right, I wasn’t real specific in my...

    Yes you are right, I wasn’t real specific in my answer. The legal precedent and constitutional authority questions presented by covid restrictions usually draw from these three cases
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    Previous scotus rulings have upheld public health...

    Previous scotus rulings have upheld public health orders during a pandemic are very much constitutional and within the power of government to protect its people. Whether the current court would...
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    No I didn’t get tested beforehand. I didn’t see...

    No I didn’t get tested beforehand. I didn’t see anything linking antibody levels to effective immunity in that there is a real number system for determining how much of an antibody level for covid...
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    Got my Covid booster a couple days ago and I...

    Got my Covid booster a couple days ago and I gotta say, the upgraded WiFi is nuts.
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    Best part of thanksgiving is the colossal...

    Best part of thanksgiving is the colossal leftovers sandwich to be made on Friday. Layer of turkey, layer of cranberry, layer of stuffing, mashed potaoes, maybe some yams, and ridiculous amounts of...
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    Not really. You won’t find a court anywhere in...

    Not really. You won’t find a court anywhere in the country that says it’s a false statement of fact to say that someone who killed someone is a murderer, even if the killer is acquitted. That’s...
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    Richard Jewell couldn't get restitution from a...

    Richard Jewell couldn't get restitution from a news organization which accused him of being a terrorist, when he actually saved lives and had nothing to do with the bombing. If Jewell couldn't get...
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    Reckless homicide still carries a punishment of...

    Reckless homicide still carries a punishment of up to 60 years. That doesn’t seem likely to me. The “compromise charges” still carry a maximum penalty of more than 12 years. If they all agree that...
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    Yeah but as a Shaman his astral form can leave...

    Yeah but as a Shaman his astral form can leave prison whenever he wants. So he's got that going for him.
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    A mistrial is essentially when some aspect of...

    A mistrial is essentially when some aspect of proper legal procedure gets screwed up to the point that there's no way to fix it and still guarantee that a fair trial can take place. When a mistrial...
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    Mistrial yes. Mistrial with prejudice no.

    Mistrial yes. Mistrial with prejudice no.
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    I thought it was clearly an acquittal but after...

    I thought it was clearly an acquittal but after seeing the jury instructions on the provocation argument the judge is letting in, I think that’s opening the mental door for the jury to consider the...
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    Yep the prosecution tried to get those photos...

    Yep the prosecution tried to get those photos into evidence but were denied by the judge pre trial as well. Character evidence is usually not admissible unless it shows motive rather than action in...
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    The fifth amendment protects you from...

    The fifth amendment protects you from self-incrimination, which means you can't be compelled to give testimony against yourself by the state. During trial this also means that the prosecutors,...
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