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John Sawyer

John Sawyer 

I am a Muslim. (Not really, but this statement eliminated a bunch of Islamophobes from circling me)

Occupation: Old Fart (Retired)

Location: Clarksville, TN

Birthday: 06/09/1950

Followers: 16,534

Views: 2,368,536

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2016-12-06 02:36:03 (10 comments; 0 reshares; 6 +1s; )Open 

There is a lot of finger pointing going on about why Democrats lost the White House. It's a crock of shit. Hillary won the popular vote. The only thing we did wrong was refuse to be racist, homophobic and xenophobic.

Most reshares: 3

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2016-12-10 03:55:16 (4 comments; 3 reshares; 15 +1s; )Open 

😂😂😂😂

Most plusones: 15

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2016-12-10 03:55:16 (4 comments; 3 reshares; 15 +1s; )Open 

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2016-12-10 06:00:04 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

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2016-12-10 04:00:43 (3 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

I hate December! Last year I broke my hip the Sunday before Christmas. Tonight I fell and broke my right wrist.

I hate December! Last year I broke my hip the Sunday before Christmas. Tonight I fell and broke my right wrist.___

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2016-12-10 03:55:16 (4 comments; 3 reshares; 15 +1s; )Open 

😂😂😂😂

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2016-12-09 00:40:04 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

I initially thought that we will survive a Donald Trump presidency. We survived Nixon, we survived Reagan and we survived Bush. But as bad as they were they did not set out to destroy the very fabric of our nation. They wanted changes but they were minor compared to what I am seeing now. Yes, some of us will survive but those living on the margin will not.

I initially thought that we will survive a Donald Trump presidency. We survived Nixon, we survived Reagan and we survived Bush. But as bad as they were they did not set out to destroy the very fabric of our nation. They wanted changes but they were minor compared to what I am seeing now. Yes, some of us will survive but those living on the margin will not.___

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2016-12-08 06:22:19 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

Former Slaves Turned Statesmen
John R. Lynch
The son of an Irish overseer and an enslaved mother, John Lynch spent his first formative years toiling on a Mississippi plantation before being freed by Union troops during the Civil War. He later worked as a waiter, cook and the manager of a photography studio by day, but used his nights to attend grammar school and read books on law. Lynch soon became active in politics, and in 1869 he was appointed justice of the peace and elected to the Mississippi House of Representatives. His remarkable rise continued in 1872, when he defeated a judge to win a seat in Congress at the age of just 26.

Despite his youth, Lynch proved to be a savvy politician and eloquent speaker. He spoke in favor of the Civil Rights Bill of 1875, and offered harsh criticisms of white supremacist groups, which he argued achieved their political aims “byt... more »

Former Slaves Turned Statesmen
John R. Lynch
The son of an Irish overseer and an enslaved mother, John Lynch spent his first formative years toiling on a Mississippi plantation before being freed by Union troops during the Civil War. He later worked as a waiter, cook and the manager of a photography studio by day, but used his nights to attend grammar school and read books on law. Lynch soon became active in politics, and in 1869 he was appointed justice of the peace and elected to the Mississippi House of Representatives. His remarkable rise continued in 1872, when he defeated a judge to win a seat in Congress at the age of just 26.

Despite his youth, Lynch proved to be a savvy politician and eloquent speaker. He spoke in favor of the Civil Rights Bill of 1875, and offered harsh criticisms of white supremacist groups, which he argued achieved their political aims “by the power of the bullet and not by the power of the ballot.” Lynch served three nonconsecutive terms in the House before being swept from office after the collapse of Reconstruction. His resume later included stints as a lawyer, a Republican National Committee member and a U.S. army major during the Spanish-American War. Before his death in 1939, he also penned several books and articles that highlighted the accomplishments of black politicians during Reconstruction.___

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2016-12-08 06:22:01 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

Former Slaves Turned Statesmen
Josiah Walls
Until as recently as 1993, a onetime slave named Josiah Walls was the only black congressman in Florida history. Born in Virginia in 1842, Walls came of age on a plantation before being conscripted by the Confederacy during the Civil War. He was later captured and set free by Union forces, and after a brief period as a student in Philadelphia, he joined a regiment of United States Colored Troops and served in Union-occupied Florida. Walls chose to stay in the Sunshine State after being mustered out of service in 1865. He soon prospered as a teacher and lumber worker, and by 1868 he was wealthy enough to buy a plantation that had once belonged to a Confederate general.

Walls’ early political career included terms in both houses of the Florida state legislature. In 1870, he squared off against an ex-Confederate named SilasN... more »

Former Slaves Turned Statesmen
Josiah Walls
Until as recently as 1993, a onetime slave named Josiah Walls was the only black congressman in Florida history. Born in Virginia in 1842, Walls came of age on a plantation before being conscripted by the Confederacy during the Civil War. He was later captured and set free by Union forces, and after a brief period as a student in Philadelphia, he joined a regiment of United States Colored Troops and served in Union-occupied Florida. Walls chose to stay in the Sunshine State after being mustered out of service in 1865. He soon prospered as a teacher and lumber worker, and by 1868 he was wealthy enough to buy a plantation that had once belonged to a Confederate general.

Walls’ early political career included terms in both houses of the Florida state legislature. In 1870, he squared off against an ex-Confederate named Silas Niblack in a race for a U.S. House of Representatives seat. The campaign was notoriously heated. Walls only narrowly dodged an assassin’s bullet during a rally, and both sides complained of voter intimidation and ballot irregularities. Even after Walls eked out a victory, Niblack contested the results and had them overturned. Walls soon won a different seat in Congress, however, and went on to serve a total of three terms, during which he advocated for infrastructure improvements and federal programs to provide blacks equal access to education. He left office in 1877 as Florida’s most prominent African American politician, and later returned to the state legislature before devoting himself to farming.___

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2016-12-08 06:18:09 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

Former Slaves Turned Statesmen
*Joseph Rainey *
Though born into bondage, South Carolina’s Joseph Rainey won his freedom as a boy after his parents bought their family out of slavery. He went on to a prosperous career as a Charleston barber, but in 1861, the Confederacy pressed him into service as a trench digger and ship’s cook. Not willing to endure slavery a second time, Rainey fled to Bermuda, where he laid low and continued working as barber until the Civil War ended. Upon returning home in 1866, he reinvented himself as a politician and served in the South Carolina state senate. Just four years later, he won a special election and became the first black member of the U.S. House of Representatives.

In Congress, Rainey established himself as a moderate Republican willing to make compromises in the fight for equality. He supported amnesty for former Confederates and evenadv... more »

Former Slaves Turned Statesmen
*Joseph Rainey *
Though born into bondage, South Carolina’s Joseph Rainey won his freedom as a boy after his parents bought their family out of slavery. He went on to a prosperous career as a Charleston barber, but in 1861, the Confederacy pressed him into service as a trench digger and ship’s cook. Not willing to endure slavery a second time, Rainey fled to Bermuda, where he laid low and continued working as barber until the Civil War ended. Upon returning home in 1866, he reinvented himself as a politician and served in the South Carolina state senate. Just four years later, he won a special election and became the first black member of the U.S. House of Representatives.

In Congress, Rainey established himself as a moderate Republican willing to make compromises in the fight for equality. He supported amnesty for former Confederates and even advocated a Jim Crow-style poll tax to fund education, but he also urged the federal government to deploy the army against the Ku Klux Klan and other white supremacist groups. Criticizing the Klan put Rainey’s life at risk. He once received an anonymous letter warning him to “prepare to meet your God,” but despite the looming threat of assassination, he remained in the Congress for five consecutive terms—longer than any black politician during Reconstruction.___

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2016-12-08 06:17:57 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

Former Slaves Turned Statesmen
Robert Smalls
Robert Smalls’ journey from slave to U.S. Congressman began with a famous act of defiance. In 1862, the South Carolina native was serving as a wheelman aboard a Confederate steamer called the Planter. When the white crew took an unsanctioned shore leave in Charleston in the early morning hours of May 13, Smalls and several other slaves hijacked the ship, piloted it past Fort Sumter and surrendered it to a Union blockading squadron. Smalls went on to captain the Planter for the Navy. After the Civil War ended, he used his reward for capturing the ship to purchase his former master’s home in Beaufort, South Carolina.

In the late-1860s, Smalls parlayed his celebrity as the “hero of the Planter” into a political career. He helped organize South Carolina’s burgeoning Republican Party, and later served in the statelegislatu... more »

Former Slaves Turned Statesmen
Robert Smalls
Robert Smalls’ journey from slave to U.S. Congressman began with a famous act of defiance. In 1862, the South Carolina native was serving as a wheelman aboard a Confederate steamer called the Planter. When the white crew took an unsanctioned shore leave in Charleston in the early morning hours of May 13, Smalls and several other slaves hijacked the ship, piloted it past Fort Sumter and surrendered it to a Union blockading squadron. Smalls went on to captain the Planter for the Navy. After the Civil War ended, he used his reward for capturing the ship to purchase his former master’s home in Beaufort, South Carolina.

In the late-1860s, Smalls parlayed his celebrity as the “hero of the Planter” into a political career. He helped organize South Carolina’s burgeoning Republican Party, and later served in the state legislature before winning a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives in 1875. As a congressman, Smalls promoted black voting rights and introduced legislation that would have desegregated the U.S. military, but his five terms were often hindered by political sabotage and election fraud by white supremacist forces. After losing his final congressional race in 1886, he returned to South Carolina and worked as a U.S. customs collector.___

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2016-12-08 06:17:49 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

Former Slaves Turned Statesmen
Blanche K. Bruce
The son of an enslaved black woman and her white master, Blanche Bruce grew up a house servant on plantations in Virginia, Mississippi and Missouri. He had a privileged upbringing by slave standards and was permitted to study with a private tutor, but when the Civil War broke out, he seized his chance at freedom and fled to Kansas. Bruce later worked as a teacher and opened Missouri’s first school for black children before moving to Mississippi in the late-1860s. He arrived in the state with only 75 cents to his name, but within a few years, he was a successful land speculator and planter. His sharp mind and genteel demeanor also made him a rising star in the Mississippi Republican Party, leading to jobs as a sheriff, tax collector and county superintendent of education.

In 1874, the Mississippi legislature elected Bruce tot... more »

Former Slaves Turned Statesmen
Blanche K. Bruce
The son of an enslaved black woman and her white master, Blanche Bruce grew up a house servant on plantations in Virginia, Mississippi and Missouri. He had a privileged upbringing by slave standards and was permitted to study with a private tutor, but when the Civil War broke out, he seized his chance at freedom and fled to Kansas. Bruce later worked as a teacher and opened Missouri’s first school for black children before moving to Mississippi in the late-1860s. He arrived in the state with only 75 cents to his name, but within a few years, he was a successful land speculator and planter. His sharp mind and genteel demeanor also made him a rising star in the Mississippi Republican Party, leading to jobs as a sheriff, tax collector and county superintendent of education.

In 1874, the Mississippi legislature elected Bruce to the U.S. Senate, making him the second black senator in American history and the first to serve a full six-year term. He spent much of his tenure defending black Civil War veterans and fighting segregation, but also spoke out in support of Chinese immigrants and Native Americans. During an 1879 debate on the Chinese Exclusion Act, he became the first African American to preside over a Senate session. While the collapse of Reconstruction doomed Bruce to a lone term in the Senate, the former slave remained active in politics and later spent several years as register of the Treasury, a role that saw his signature appear on all the nation’s paper currency.___

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2016-12-07 16:47:39 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

In these days it is usual to be accosted by scammers who grow increasingly sophisticated in their methods to part people from their hard-earned money. Scambusters.org is an excellent source for some of the latest scams making the rounds and to remind us to keep personal information private, never to trust that a stranger is who they say they are, and to question, question, question. A wary individual in today's environment is not a victim to charlatans and thieves.

In these days it is usual to be accosted by scammers who grow increasingly sophisticated in their methods to part people from their hard-earned money. Scambusters.org is an excellent source for some of the latest scams making the rounds and to remind us to keep personal information private, never to trust that a stranger is who they say they are, and to question, question, question. A wary individual in today's environment is not a victim to charlatans and thieves.___

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2016-12-07 04:44:40 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

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2016-12-07 01:27:37 (4 comments; 1 reshares; 14 +1s; )Open 

This is my prediction also.

Total despair with a little hope. We are going down none the less. ___This is my prediction also.

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2016-12-07 01:20:47 (2 comments; 2 reshares; 8 +1s; )Open 

Countys need to fire there police union owned departments and hire there own police. 

Countys need to fire there police union owned departments and hire there own police. ___

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2016-12-06 19:55:31 (0 comments; 2 reshares; 10 +1s; )Open 

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2016-12-06 17:44:26 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

UBI - Universal basic Income

The time has come for Americans to consider this idea as a practical way to alleviate the social pressures, class divide as well as the issues with continuing education, homelessness ... list goes on. Here's a WSJ article on the topic, so theres that ...mind blown.
Peace

UBI - Universal basic Income

The time has come for Americans to consider this idea as a practical way to alleviate the social pressures, class divide as well as the issues with continuing education, homelessness ... list goes on. Here's a WSJ article on the topic, so theres that ...mind blown.
Peace___

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2016-12-06 17:37:16 (2 comments; 2 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

He's got my support!

___He's got my support!

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2016-12-06 07:08:26 (0 comments; 2 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

#NoDAPL #Waterislife #Standingrock
https://youtu.be/yj4CSaagh0A

#NoDAPL #Waterislife #Standingrock
https://youtu.be/yj4CSaagh0A___

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2016-12-06 07:03:42 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

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2016-12-06 05:51:29 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

I'm starting to believe the United States is just a few months from making the Purge happen for real. Think about it. It is essential legal for the police to kill unarmed mostly black people for no justifiable reason. Certain civilians feel empowered and justified in killing or deporting otherwise peaceful and productive immigrant people they feel are undesirable. How long before Heir Fuhrer Trump makes July 4th Purge Day to declare open season on everyone that is getting in the way of "making America great again". I'm just saying America is starting to look at lot like this movie.

Purge https://g.co/kgs/V0mSlc 

I'm starting to believe the United States is just a few months from making the Purge happen for real. Think about it. It is essential legal for the police to kill unarmed mostly black people for no justifiable reason. Certain civilians feel empowered and justified in killing or deporting otherwise peaceful and productive immigrant people they feel are undesirable. How long before Heir Fuhrer Trump makes July 4th Purge Day to declare open season on everyone that is getting in the way of "making America great again". I'm just saying America is starting to look at lot like this movie.

Purge https://g.co/kgs/V0mSlc ___

2016-12-06 05:19:27 (7 comments; 1 reshares; 11 +1s; )Open 

I really think that the leaders in China do not want and will not start a war because of the stupid shit Trump does as President. They will however use his stupidity to forge alliances with our allies making the United States irrelevant as a Super Power.

I really think that the leaders in China do not want and will not start a war because of the stupid shit Trump does as President. They will however use his stupidity to forge alliances with our allies making the United States irrelevant as a Super Power.___

2016-12-06 05:16:12 (1 comments; 1 reshares; 15 +1s; )Open 


There is a lot of finger pointing going on about why Democrats lost the White House. It's a crock of shit. Hillary won the popular vote. The only thing we did wrong was refuse to be racist, homophobic, sexist and xenophobic.


There is a lot of finger pointing going on about why Democrats lost the White House. It's a crock of shit. Hillary won the popular vote. The only thing we did wrong was refuse to be racist, homophobic, sexist and xenophobic.___

2016-12-06 04:45:58 (1 comments; 1 reshares; 8 +1s; )Open 

I really think that the leaders in China do not want and will not start a war because of the stupid shit Trump does as President. They will however use his stupidity to forge alliances with our allies making the United States irrelevant as a Super Power.

I really think that the leaders in China do not want and will not start a war because of the stupid shit Trump does as President. They will however use his stupidity to forge alliances with our allies making the United States irrelevant as a Super Power.___

2016-12-06 02:36:03 (10 comments; 0 reshares; 6 +1s; )Open 

There is a lot of finger pointing going on about why Democrats lost the White House. It's a crock of shit. Hillary won the popular vote. The only thing we did wrong was refuse to be racist, homophobic and xenophobic.

There is a lot of finger pointing going on about why Democrats lost the White House. It's a crock of shit. Hillary won the popular vote. The only thing we did wrong was refuse to be racist, homophobic and xenophobic.___

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2016-12-06 02:14:06 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

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2016-12-06 00:59:07 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

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2016-12-06 00:55:08 (0 comments; 2 reshares; 13 +1s; )Open 

Messed with the wrong Muslim. 😂😂😂

Messed with the wrong Muslim. 😂😂😂___

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2016-12-05 23:04:48 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

It is the duty of a great society to lift up those in need. How can a man claim to pursue greatness while turning away from the poor?


It is the duty of a great society to lift up those in need. How can a man claim to pursue greatness while turning away from the poor?
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2016-12-05 22:50:43 (1 comments; 1 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

Thing to understand here: they're not talking about defecting from Trump to support Hillary. They're talking about defecting from Hillary (and hopefully Trump) to support a compromise Republican, probably Kasich.

Thing to understand here: they're not talking about defecting from Trump to support Hillary. They're talking about defecting from Hillary (and hopefully Trump) to support a compromise Republican, probably Kasich.___

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2016-12-05 22:48:47 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

"I'm tired of hearing officers constantly talking about 'we have to retrain.' We don't have to retrain. We got to let them be held accountable for their actions."

https://www.facebook.com/CBSNewYork/videos/10154371884749024/

"I'm tired of hearing officers constantly talking about 'we have to retrain.' We don't have to retrain. We got to let them be held accountable for their actions."

https://www.facebook.com/CBSNewYork/videos/10154371884749024/___

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2016-12-05 22:27:01 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

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Please note, this call is for people who identify as poor/welfare class or working class only.

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Join us for our regular call time.

This session will be focused on how we can basebuild and support leadership from poor and working class folks in our anti-racist organizing. We will talk about how to reach our folks with outreach, making meetings that work, building meaningful campaigns, accountability/taking leadership from people of color led movements, and how people can lead when they can't give time or money.

Please note, this call is for people who identify as poor/welfare class or working class only.

Register here: http://myaccount.maestroconference.com/conference/register/OQBSM31HZIFM8TS

Email zoe (a) showup4rj.org with any accessibility requests.

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2016-12-05 19:31:27 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 



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2016-12-05 06:29:53 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 8 +1s; )Open 

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2016-12-05 06:12:30 (0 comments; 3 reshares; 9 +1s; )Open 

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2016-12-05 05:05:41 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

The meme has come out again about the difference in wages for members of Congress (including retirement pay) and the average soldier or tax payer. Please fact check it.

"The 75-year-old Harkin, who served for 30 years in the Senate and 10 years in the House before that, will be eligible for a starting pension of $125,000, according to estimates from the taxpayers union. His retirement pay would be almost 71 percent of his final salary.
But Harkin is an exception. Pensions for most members are far less than that."

The meme has come out again about the difference in wages for members of Congress (including retirement pay) and the average soldier or tax payer. Please fact check it.

"The 75-year-old Harkin, who served for 30 years in the Senate and 10 years in the House before that, will be eligible for a starting pension of $125,000, according to estimates from the taxpayers union. His retirement pay would be almost 71 percent of his final salary.
But Harkin is an exception. Pensions for most members are far less than that."___

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2016-12-05 04:13:48 (1 comments; 2 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

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2016-12-04 22:13:37 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 6 +1s; )Open 

Progress!

#StandingRock   #DAPL  

Progress!

#StandingRock   #DAPL  ___

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2016-12-04 07:49:25 (0 comments; 2 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

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2016-12-04 06:07:45 (2 comments; 1 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

Which are you using?

Which are you using?___

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2016-12-04 03:24:39 (2 comments; 2 reshares; 9 +1s; )Open 



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2016-12-04 00:56:56 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 6 +1s; )Open 

5 tampered voting machines found in St. Croix, Wisconsin. The machines were broken into. Now we know why Republicans are filing lawsuits in all three states. If there's 5 voting machines with likely malware, there could be thousands more, not only in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania, but in Florida, Iowa, North Carolina, and Ohio. Tampered voting machines should be especially looked for in Florida, North Carolina and Ohio. The winning margins there for Trump were too big; and didn't match the exit polls. The blatant cheating by Trump operatives were too obvious as it showed red flags in blue states; and red flags in swing states as results didn't match the many different individual state presidential polls showing a Clinton win. 

5 tampered voting machines found in St. Croix, Wisconsin. The machines were broken into. Now we know why Republicans are filing lawsuits in all three states. If there's 5 voting machines with likely malware, there could be thousands more, not only in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania, but in Florida, Iowa, North Carolina, and Ohio. Tampered voting machines should be especially looked for in Florida, North Carolina and Ohio. The winning margins there for Trump were too big; and didn't match the exit polls. The blatant cheating by Trump operatives were too obvious as it showed red flags in blue states; and red flags in swing states as results didn't match the many different individual state presidential polls showing a Clinton win. ___

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2016-12-03 18:44:42 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

Deep. Very deep.

Deep. Very deep.___

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2016-12-03 18:04:14 (1 comments; 1 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

Thanksgiving is over, but this Trae Crowder; the Liberal Redneck's video is still a must see. 

Thanksgiving is over, but this Trae Crowder; the Liberal Redneck's video is still a must see. ___

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2016-12-03 17:33:57 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

I couldn't said it better, the way he breaks it down is deep but some whites still won't listen only see and hear what they want

I couldn't said it better, the way he breaks it down is deep but some whites still won't listen only see and hear what they want___

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2016-12-03 06:39:26 (2 comments; 1 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

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2016-12-03 06:33:09 (0 comments; 2 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

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2016-12-03 06:32:23 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

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