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Chris Binkowski
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I find it interesting that some of the folks are anti-Republican but are voting for Trump anyhow. Trump is the anti-establishment candidate.

Many people interviewed here are very anti-hillary too:



 
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Infowars is remarkably honest about one thing--they believe there's a war on for your mind. You might want to consider the implications of the fact that they see themselves as a side in a war the spoils of which are your attention.
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Infowars is just the best sometimes...

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THIS THROBBING VEIN IN MY NECK TELLS ME I HAVE THE FIRES OF HUMAN LIBERTY AND A LITTLE SCHIZOPHRENIA IN MY BRAIN! THIS IS WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE WHEN SOMEONE BELIEVES THAT A TRAGIC MASSACRE WAS JUST A ACTING JOB! THEY SCREAM A LOT INTO A GOOFY MICROPHONE AND GO FULL RAGEBARGLE TO THE GULLIBLE! RAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWR!
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Alex Jones: Gladly cashing the checks courtesy of the minions.

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einsteinidahosu wrote:
Infowars is just the best sometimes...



Is he?

 
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bbenston wrote:
THIS THROBBING VEIN IN MY NECK TELLS ME I HAVE THE FIRES OF HUMAN LIBERTY AND A LITTLE SCHIZOPHRENIA IN MY BRAIN! THIS IS WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE WHEN SOMEONE BELIEVES THAT A TRAGIC MASSACRE WAS JUST A ACTING JOB! THEY SCREAM A LOT INTO A GOOFY MICROPHONE AND GO FULL RAGEBARGLE TO THE GULLIBLE! RAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWR!

who is trey stone~
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Sarxis wrote:
I find it interesting that some of the folks are anti-Republican but are voting for Trump anyhow. Trump is the anti-establishment candidate.

Many people interviewed here are very anti-hillary too:



I love the idea he is the anti-establishment candidate.

A rich, spoilt, privileged, media celebrity.

Yes WHoooo go the revolution.

Tossers.
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einsteinidahosu wrote:
Infowars is just the best sometimes...



My favorite Alex Jones moment was when he showed up unexpectedly in WrestleMania III and got Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat disqualified. It was crazy.

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Is there a lot of advertising for gold on infowars?
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Is there a lot of advertising for gold on infowars?


And "disaster" prep supplies.
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Sarxis wrote:
I find it interesting that some of the folks are anti-Republican but are voting for Trump anyhow. Trump is the anti-establishment candidate.

Many people interviewed here are very anti-hillary too:





A lot of people are pro antism.
 
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rcbevco wrote:
Sarxis wrote:
I find it interesting that some of the folks are anti-Republican but are voting for Trump anyhow. Trump is the anti-establishment candidate.

Many people interviewed here are very anti-hillary too:





A lot of people are pro antism.


That truck in the background is basically /thread.
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Related: Trump, GOP still fucked.
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Sarxis wrote:
I find it interesting that some of the folks are anti-Republican but are voting for Trump anyhow. Trump is the anti-establishment candidate.

Many people interviewed here are very anti-hillary too:


Chris:

A quick question I'm honestly curious about:

You've quoted scriptures a few times so you are obviously religious. My question is How can a religious person support Trump?

(I can understand being anti Hillary, but pro trump I don't yet understand so I am curious)
 
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The Left has an Intimidation problem:

 
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jeff brown wrote:
Sarxis wrote:
I find it interesting that some of the folks are anti-Republican but are voting for Trump anyhow. Trump is the anti-establishment candidate.

Many people interviewed here are very anti-hillary too:


Chris:

A quick question I'm honestly curious about:

You've quoted scriptures a few times so you are obviously religious. My question is How can a religious person support Trump?

(I can understand being anti Hillary, but pro trump I don't yet understand so I am curious)


He can't answer your question because the left silenced him.
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batman wrote:
jeff brown wrote:
Sarxis wrote:
I find it interesting that some of the folks are anti-Republican but are voting for Trump anyhow. Trump is the anti-establishment candidate.

Many people interviewed here are very anti-hillary too:


Chris:

A quick question I'm honestly curious about:

You've quoted scriptures a few times so you are obviously religious. My question is How can a religious person support Trump?

(I can understand being anti Hillary, but pro trump I don't yet understand so I am curious)


He can't answer your question because the left silenced him.


That was fairly clever: 3 out of 5.

The reason to support Trump? He is the Nebuchadnezzar of our time.

And what do you mean by this word 'religious' that you use? I don't understand it.
 
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Sarxis wrote:
batman wrote:
jeff brown wrote:
Sarxis wrote:
I find it interesting that some of the folks are anti-Republican but are voting for Trump anyhow. Trump is the anti-establishment candidate.

Many people interviewed here are very anti-hillary too:


Chris:

A quick question I'm honestly curious about:

You've quoted scriptures a few times so you are obviously religious. My question is How can a religious person support Trump?

(I can understand being anti Hillary, but pro trump I don't yet understand so I am curious)


He can't answer your question because the left silenced him.


That was fairly clever: 3 out of 5.

The reason to support Trump? He is the Nebuchadnezzar of our time.

And what do you mean by this word 'religious' that you use? I don't understand it.


I can use a word other than religious if you would prefer.

In what way do you feel like he is a Nebuchadnezzar?
 
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I think probably because Donald Trump subjugated the Phoenicians and the Egyptians for a time, and went on a 13-year campaign in the Middle East, which has about as much relevance to Donald Trump as the planet Mars.
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bbenston wrote:
I think probably because Donald Trump subjugated the Phoenicians and the Egyptians for a time, and went on a 13-year campaign in the Middle East, which has about as much relevance to Donald Trump as the planet Mars.

Now if you were talking about the planet Nibiru....
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jeff brown wrote:
Sarxis wrote:
batman wrote:
jeff brown wrote:
Sarxis wrote:
I find it interesting that some of the folks are anti-Republican but are voting for Trump anyhow. Trump is the anti-establishment candidate.

Many people interviewed here are very anti-hillary too:


Chris:

A quick question I'm honestly curious about:

You've quoted scriptures a few times so you are obviously religious. My question is How can a religious person support Trump?

(I can understand being anti Hillary, but pro trump I don't yet understand so I am curious)


He can't answer your question because the left silenced him.


That was fairly clever: 3 out of 5.

The reason to support Trump? He is the Nebuchadnezzar of our time.

And what do you mean by this word 'religious' that you use? I don't understand it.


I can use a word other than religious if you would prefer.

In what way do you feel like he is a Nebuchadnezzar?


He's an insane destroyer of nations?
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damiangerous wrote:
bbenston wrote:
I think probably because Donald Trump subjugated the Phoenicians and the Egyptians for a time, and went on a 13-year campaign in the Middle East, which has about as much relevance to Donald Trump as the planet Mars.

Now if you were talking about the planet Nibiru....


Or some other planet, one of the gas giants, where most of these Trump-fellating theories are coming from.

Yes, a cheap 8-year-old joke, I know. Still, though, I got "Donald Trump" and "gas giant" in the same sentence, which is really giving him way too little credit.

I did wonder where this came from, since it just didn't appear out of nowhere, did it? Answer: the super legit gas giant!
 
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In all seriousness, if Trump was diagnosed with Boanthropy tomorrow, it would make me more likely to vote for him. Can a cow be racist?
 
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In all seriousness, if Trump was diagnosed with Boanthropy tomorrow, it would make me more likely to vote for him. Can a cow be racist?


Answer: possibly!

Fun fact I learned from this article, to bring it around to Trump again: Heck cows produce their entire body weight in dung every year.
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