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8chan News Board Ring: /pn/ - Politics and News - /politics/ - Politics

File: 391df9dc1a5fb7f⋯.jpg (99.34 KB, 640x792, 80:99, 12753146_web1_S-NY-Daily-N….jpg)

 No.647743[Reply]

Two weeks before his inauguration, Donald J. Trump was shown

highly classified intelligence

indicating that

President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia had personally ordered complex cyberattacks

to sway the 2016 American election.

The evidence included texts and emails from Russian military officers and information gleaned from a top-secret source close to Mr. Putin, who had described to the C.I.A. how the Kremlin decided to execute its campaign of hacking and disinformation.

Mr. Trump sounded grudgingly convinced, according to several people who attended the intelligence briefing. But ever since, Mr. Trump has tried to cloud the very clear findings that he received on Jan. 6, 2017, which his own intelligence leaders have unanimously endorsed.

The shifting narrative underscores the degree to which Mr. Trump regularly picks and chooses intelligence to suit his political purposes. That has never been more clear than this week.

On Monday, standing next to the Russian president in Helsinki, Finland, Mr. Trump said he accepted Mr. Putin’s denial of Russian election intrusions. By Tuesday, faced with a bipartisan political outcry, Mr. Trump sought to walk back his words and sided with his intelligence agencies.

On Wednesday, when a reporter asked, “Is Russia still targeting the U.S.?” Mr. Trump shot back, “No” — directly contradicting statements made only days earlier by his director of national intelligence, Dan Coats, who was sitting a few chairs away in the Cabinet Room. (The White House later said he was responding to a different question.)

Hours later, in a CBS News interview, Mr. Trump seemed to reverse course again. He blamed Mr. Putin personally, but only indirectly, for the election interference by Russia, “because he’s in charge of the country.”

Almost as soon as he took office, Mr. Trump began casting douPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.647881

Kill everyone who still posts on /n/.


 No.647886

File: 151b3c98e8e773d⋯.jpg (123.1 KB, 962x679, 962:679, 1531887276381.jpg)

Trump is going to jail while hillary will remain free, glorious, /pol/tards are about to commit suicide

Are you lads ready for the biggest salt mines in history?


 No.647906

File: bfe639d845808f2⋯.png (185.07 KB, 866x334, 433:167, Sweden yes.png)

>>647743

SWEDEN FTW


 No.647912

Who gives a shit if Trump knew! Friggin KILLARY was committing election FRAUD here in the United States! We expect that from Russia, Obummer was told about that (and laughed it off) but KILLARY straight up tried to rig the election!! I'm glad TRUMP won, and can't wait to see those Snowflakes cry in 2020. How embarrassing is that for Trump to go to Russia and complain like a b*tch to Putin when KILLARY did worse to this nation? Give me a f*cking break.


 No.647923

I tell ya bros, I just don't see how Trump can recover from this and get reelected and drain the swamp. Also, did you see how gamergate raped all those women and still remained basement virgins. Holy stuff afoot.




File: 32f05c356777b78⋯.jpg (58.05 KB, 615x759, 205:253, 5adf2f0c13bb4.image.jpg)

 No.647679[Reply]

"Christopher Charles Cantwell, a white supremacist who was labeled the “crying Nazi” after he posted a video of himself sobbing in fear of being arrested for assault at last year’s deadly rally in Charlottesville, will no longer be allowed to step foot in Virginia.

Cantwell, 37, pleaded guilty to two counts of assault and battery on Friday, NBC 29 reported. The charges came after he used pepper spray on counterprotesters near the University of Virginia on Aug. 11 during a “Unite the Right” march in which he and other white supremacists chanted slogans including “Jews will not replace us.”"

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/crying-neo-nazi-christopher-cantwell-guilty-of-assault-in-charlottesville-rally_us_5b53698de4b0de86f48d930e

 No.647688

stormlords btfo


 No.647860

>>647688

jewish cointelpro btfo sweetie


 No.647901

>Cantwell

>Neo-Nazi

NEOCONS AREN'T NATSOCS


 No.647904

literally the definition of a cuck


 No.647922

He looks more intelligent than the average neo-nazi, but he cries just like an 8chan sissy




File: c3eec31c81dcef7⋯.jpg (346.57 KB, 628x1722, 314:861, Clipboard.jpg)

 No.647726[Reply]

The “rap sheet” of acts of violence & threats against Trump supporters counts so far 529 incidents

Related

Graffiti on a Boston wall screams: “Kill your local Trump supporter.”

Meanwhile, Londoners at a massive protest took turns, under the famous “baby Trump” balloon, at bashing another naked Trump balloon while crowds cheered. Bashers stepped away looking lighter, as though they had been dunked in a river by some cult promising inner salvation.

Children have been pepper-sprayed at free speech protests attended by their parents. The elderly have been beaten nearly to death while walking to their cars, which perhaps sported a Trump sticker on the back.

All these Trump symbols are now invitations to physical attacks in public at worst, or, at the very least, being refused some kind of service. Three young African-American White House interns were holding their MAGA hats in their hands when their Uber driver arrived—and refused to accept them as passengers.

The bloodthirst is not limited to the hooded hooligans of Antifa—it’s also present in very upscale Trump-hating circles: A woman on Martha’s Vineyard expressed a desire to “stab” liberal lawyer Alan Dershowitz “through the heart” for arguing against a Trump impeachment. Since when do people talk like this? How did this blood-soaked Jacobin-chic become the new normal?

The window of an art gallery in Portland, Oregon, featuring Trump-hating art, had an image painted on the window of Trump being decapitated with a knife, wincing, with blood pouring down his neck. (The gallery did not respond to calls for comment.) When confronted by Trump supporter and journalist Laura Loomer, and many other calls for it to be removed, the gallery owner finally had the window replaced, and moped self-pityingly over how his right to express himself had been denied.

Breitbart’s John Nolte keeps a “rap sheet” of acts of violence and threats against Trump supporters—now 529. They are terrifying to read.

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 No.647916

529. The price of winning. The righteous will hold strong despite the devil's violence against us.

>still not tired btw


 No.647917

File: b61026abf83be9b⋯.png (450.66 KB, 2048x1090, 1024:545, PicsArt_06-22-12.27.42.png)

>>647916

anybody who actually uses the word 'devil' and 'righteous' in their vocabulary is a fucking milquetoast sissy


 No.647919

File: 1253f3fbc17a831⋯.jpg (200.9 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, Capture 2018-06-11 15.20.2….jpg)


 No.647920

File: 41a71813e9a5dbb⋯.jpg (485.32 KB, 1704x2337, 568:779, PicsArt_07-21-10.37.59.jpg)

>>647916 hi im new here. my name is lisa. i love jesus and am looking for a boyfriend. are you cute?


 No.647921

>>647915

So you're saying you don't want to hang out with non-pedophiles?




 No.647642[Reply]

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — A week ago, Maine Democrat Zak Ringelstein wasn’t quite ready to consider himself a member of the Democratic Socialists of America, even if he appreciated the organization’s values and endorsement in his bid to become a U.S. senator.

Three days later, he told The Associated Press it was time to join up. He’s now the only major-party Senate candidate in the nation to be a dues-paying democratic socialist.

Ringelstein’s leap is the latest evidence of a nationwide surge in the strength and popularity of an organization that, until recently, operated on the fringes of the liberal movement’s farthest left flank. As Donald Trump’s presidency stretches into its second year, democratic socialism has become a significant force in Democratic politics. Its rise comes as Democrats debate whether moving too far left will turn off voters.

“I stand with the democratic socialists, and I have decided to become a dues-paying member,” Ringelstein told AP. “It’s time to do what’s right, even if it’s not easy.”

There are 42 people running for offices at the federal, state and local levels this year with the formal endorsement of the Democratic Socialists of America, the organization says. They span 20 states, including Florida, Hawaii, Kansas and Michigan.

The most ambitious Democrats in Washington have been reluctant to embrace the label, even as they embrace the policies defining modern-day democratic socialism: Medicare for all, a $15 minimum wage, free college tuition and the abolition of the federal department of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, also known as ICE.

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, Congress’ only self-identified democratic socialist, campaigned Friday with the movement’s newest star, New York City congressional candidate Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez, a 28-year-old former bartender who defeated one of the most powerful House Democrats last month.

Her victory fed a flame that was already beginning to burn brighter. The DSA’s paid membership has hovered around 6,000 in the years before Trump’s election, said Allie Cohn, a member of the group’s national political team.

Last week, its paid membership hit 45,000 nationwide.

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 No.647702

>>647642

socialism kills nice CIA or GCHQ post SAGE!


 No.647823

Capitalism did nothing wrong


 No.647908


 No.647914

>>647648

This right here.


 No.647918

>>647642

Yes, gather together…all the easier for me to street sweep the lot of you commie scum.




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 No.647729[Reply]

Just when you thought it was safe to go into the water – Florida scientists have discovered a new species of dogfish shark with enormous eyes.

The new species, known as Squalus clarkae, named after marine biology pioneer Eugenie Clark, lives in the deep waters off the Gulf of Mexico. It was previously thought to be part of the Squalus mitsukurii, a dogfish species in Japan, but DNA testing has proven otherwise.

"Squalus clarkae is genetically distinct from other species with significant statistical support…" the study's abtract reads.

The abstract continued: "Morphological estimates also revealed differences between S. clarkae, S. mitsukurii, and other Atlantic Squalus species, with S. clarkae exhibiting a longer body, smaller interorbital space, shorter caudal fin, and a differently-proportioned first dorsal fin."

“Deep-sea sharks are all shaped by similar evolutionary pressure, so they end up looking a lot alike,” said one of the study's authors, Florida Institute of Technology assistant professor and shark biologist Toby Daly-Engel, in a statement. “So we rely on DNA to tell us how long a species has been on its own, evolutionarily, and how different it is.”

While its eyes are certainly a noticeable feature, much different than other dogfish sharks, it is relatively small, according to LiveScience. Its body ranges between 20 and 28 inches in length.

http://www.foxnews.com/science/2018/07/18/florida-scientists-discover-new-alien-like-shark-with-huge-eyes.html

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 No.647800

>>647767

>I can use this to feed my persecution complex

but can you suck a golf ball through a garden hose like I've heard tell you can?


 No.647829

>>647729

>Florida scientists

The fakest of news.


 No.647840

>>647738

I've seen this faggot post in almost every news thread, same setup and everything.

What's your deal?


 No.647858

>>647738

Hey, dude?…………

speak for yourself

and get bent


 No.647907

>>647729

ayy lmao it's a shark




File: ccc9704e1dd4d00⋯.png (1.75 MB, 1024x675, 1024:675, god emperor XI.png)

 No.647699[Reply]

The goal of China's influence operations around the world is to replace the United States as the world's leading superpower, the CIA's Michael Collins said Friday.

Speaking at the Aspen Security Forum during a session on the rise of China, Collins, the deputy assistant director of the CIA's East Asia Mission Center, said Chinese President Xi Jinping and his regime are waging a "cold war" against the US.

"By their own terms and what Xi enunciates I would argue by definition what they're waging against us is fundamentally a cold war, a cold war not like we saw during the Cold War, but a cold war by definition. A country that exploits all avenues of power licit and illicit, public and private, economic and military, to undermine the standing of your rival relative to your own standing without resorting to conflict. The Chinese do not want conflict," Collins said.

RELATED: Xi Jinping heads to Africa to clinch China's hold over the continent

"At the end of the day they want every country around the world, when it's deciding its interests on policy issues, to first and foremost side with China and not the United States, because the Chinese are increasingly defining a conflict with the United States and what we stand behind as a systems conflict."

http://archive.is/1axyc

 No.647703

File: aa6c6bc55abbb42⋯.png (1.88 MB, 734x950, 367:475, emperor xi.png)

Xi will live a 1000 yrs from the harvested organs of the young


 No.647733

>>647699

Most anons dont realize what the cold war was. The us and allies went around convincing people capitalism was the answer so russia and allies would come in trying to convince people of communism. Sometimes the us would convince a big group and the russians would convince the other and bang, you have conflicts like vietnam and korea. Both systems are a joke used to enslave people.


 No.647736

>>647733

The end goal was making allies led by leaders they established. If russia won communism would be the law of the land and the county would bend to russia, if us won then it would be capitalism. The one place where a cold war battle still exists is korea and the only reason its so contested is because its in a very strategic location considering it shares land borders with russia and china


 No.647882

>RELATED: Xi Jinping heads to Africa to clinch China's hold over the continent

It's sad that the West gave Africa over to the Chinese during the Cold War.




File: fbbf5ef3b249a25⋯.jpeg (7.04 KB, 224x224, 1:1, index.jpeg)

 No.647192[Reply]

It is no longer in dispute that Peter Strzok held animus for Donald Trump, who was a subject of his Russia probe, or that he openly discussed using the powers of his office to “stop” Trumpfrom becoming president. The only question is whether any official acts he took in the Russia collusion probe were driven by those sentiments.

For those of you with goldfish attention spans, there are just five words, among the thousands of suggestive texts Page and Strzok exchanged, that you should read.

Strzok: There’s no big there there

May 19, 2017

The date of the text long has intrigued investigators: It is two days after Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein named special counsel Robert Mueller to oversee an investigation into alleged collusion between Trump and the Russia campaign.

Since the text was turned over to Congress, investigators wondered whether it referred to the evidence against the Trump campaign.

This month, they finally got the chance to ask. Strzok declined to say — but Page, during a closed-door interview with lawmakers, confirmed in the most pained and contorted way that the message in fact referred to the quality of the Russia case, according to multiple eyewitnesses.

The admission is deeply consequential. It means Rosenstein unleashed the most awesome powers of a special counsel to investigate an allegation that the key FBI officials, driving the investigation for 10 months beforehand, did not think was “there.”

So the FBI agents who helped drive the Russia collusion narrative — as well as Rosenstein’s decision to appoint Mueller — apparently knew all along that the evidence was going to lead to “nothing” and, yet, they proceeded because they thought there was still a possibility of impeachment.

Impeachment is a political outcome. The only logical conclusion, then, that congressional investigators can make is that political bias led these agents to pPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.647706

File: cd073cd8e1b7d0a⋯.jpg (348.82 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, IMG_20180721_173410.jpg)

for example: my son just came home, walked into my room, and threw this money on my bed that I had loaned him, which is a good thing I suppose. but the thing that's bothering me today is I want to kill somebody…..


 No.647711

File: 58f2b4d0bffaaf3⋯.jpg (623.03 KB, 1080x1920, 9:16, IMG_20180719_165901.jpg)

I walked past THIS Thursday afternoon. Some piece of shit had taken a dead hawk, and positioned it like some kind of sick ritualistic shit right down the road from my house


 No.647715

File: 1bc901e49cda870⋯.jpg (450.27 KB, 1080x1920, 9:16, Screenshot_20180719-170338.jpg)

I'd like to find the person who did this and go to jail for assaulting them…..


 No.647720

Whoever the motherfucker was that did that to the hawk needs to be locked away from the rest of society, but not before having is face bludgeoned…..


 No.647850

>>647641

Just finished watching that movie. Thanks 4 bring it to my attention. Great flick!




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 No.647310[Reply]

Disney has fired writer-director James Gunn from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 after a right-wing media personality resurfaced a series of offensive tweets Gunn made, in many cases from 2009 and 2010. “The offensive attitudes and statements discovered on James’ Twitter feed are indefensible and inconsistent with our studio’s values,” Walt Disney Studios chairman Alan Horn said in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter, “and we have severed our business relationship with him.”

As noted by Polygon, conspiracy theorist Mike Cernovich — perhaps best known as one of the most active promoters of the fake “Pizzagate” conspiracy theory — began resurfacing some of Gunn’s old tweets, some going back nearly a decade. In the tweets, Gunn makes a number of jokes about pedophilia and molestation. In Pizzagate, right-wing media personalities like Cernovich pushed the idea that Hillary Clinton and other members of Democratic leadership were running a child-molestation ring out of a pizzeria in Washington, DC. They promoted the absurd theory so fiercely that eventually a man who bought into Cernovich’s rhetoric opened fire in the restaurant with an assault rifle.

While Gunn’s jokes are by no means appropriate, nor the kind of thing that family-friendly Disney would want to be associated with, Cernovich’s assertion that they prove Gunn is himself part of a pedophilia ring seem just as absurd as the Pizzagate accusations. Anyone who has followed Gunn’s career knows that the filmmaker started in the world of low-budget, exploitation cinema, writing schlocky movies like Tromeo and Juliet before eventually climbing his way into the Hollywood studio system, where he wrote films like Scooby-Doo before finally breaking into the Marvel Cinematic Universe with the first Guardians of the Galaxy. Offensive, shocking humor was one of the filmmaker’s trademarks early in his career, something he acknowledged in an apology posted to Twitter on June 19th:

Many people who have followed my career know when I started, I viewed myself as a provocateur, making movies and telling jokes that were outrageous and taboo. As I have discussed publicly many times, as I’ve developed as a person, so has my work and my humor.

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 No.647768

File: d5d60482d3c7d49⋯.webm (1.47 MB, 640x360, 16:9, legend laugh.webm)

>tfw Batista leaves over this

>tfw the alt-right caused a popular film franchise to collapse

>tfw the next "gate" is against them


 No.647777

>>647653

I like something you don't like so that makes me a child. That's an interesting point of view. Tell you what: why don't you tell me about something you enjoy? I think you'll find that I react far more maturely than you did.


 No.647802

>>647608

>you're shitty at telling jokes

Right because humor is objective, because that post was mine, and because what your initial post expressed was that, and not that you were offended, and expected that to carry any weight anywhere, especially here.


 No.647816

>>647617

>everybody who disagrees with me is an SJW #WithHer

>and hates PewDiePie

>the onle people who hate PewDiePie are de ebil SJW boogeyman

>everybody who disagrees with me on anything has the exact same opinion as everybody else who disagree with me

this is an 18+ board, come back when you're bigger, squeaker


 No.647837

>>647311

But Hollywood is known to be full of pedos, you absolute degenerate.




File: f47d19531f458ef⋯.mp4 (Spoiler Image, 1.73 MB, 640x360, 16:9, cohen trump.mp4)

 No.647319[Reply]

President Trump’s longtime lawyer, Michael D. Cohen, secretly recorded a conversation with Mr. Trump two months before the presidential election in which they discussed payments to a former Playboy model who said she had an affair with Mr. Trump, according to lawyers and others familiar with the recording.

The F.B.I. seized the recording this year during a raid on Mr. Cohen’s office. The Justice Department is investigating Mr. Cohen’s involvement in paying women to tamp down embarrassing news stories about Mr. Trump ahead of the 2016 election. Prosecutors want to know whether that violated federal campaign finance laws, and any conversation with Mr. Trump about those payments would be of keen interest to them.

The recording’s existence appears to undercut the Trump campaign’s denial of any knowledge of payments to the model. It further draws Mr. Trump into questions about tactics he and his associates used to keep aspects of his personal and business life a secret. And it highlights the potential legal and political danger that Mr. Cohen represents to Mr. Trump. Once the keeper of many of Mr. Trump’s secrets, Mr. Cohen is now seen as increasingly willing to consider cooperating with prosecutors.

The former model, Karen McDougal, says she began a nearly yearlong affair with Mr. Trump in 2006, shortly after Mr. Trump’s wife, Melania, gave birth to their son, Barron. Ms. McDougal sold her story for $150,000 to The National Enquirer, which was supportive of Mr. Trump, during the final months of the presidential campaign, but the tabloid sat on the story, which kept it from becoming public. The practice, known as “catch and kill,” effectively silenced Ms. McDougal for the remainder of the campaign.

Rudolph W. Giuliani, Mr. Trump’s personal lawyer, confirmed in a telephone conversation on Friday that Mr. Trump had discussed payments to Ms. McDougal with Mr. Cohen in person on the recording. He said that it was less than two minutes long and that Mr. Trump did not know he was being recorded, and he claimed that the president had done nothing wrong.

“Nothing in that conversation suggests that he had any knowledge of it in advance,” Mr. GiuPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.647792

I hate to burst your little bubble of ignorance, but technically speaking, adultery IS a crime.


 No.647793

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 No.647794

It's really not surprising that a sexually failed white trash pseudo intellectual would actually believe in God…


 No.647803

>>647794

yep->no father ->lowIQ->whiteoid->jewhate->fascism->trump


 No.647813

I piss in coke bottles

then I drink it!

also I mix it with cumlube and shoout it out of my dragon dildos and drink it……..

YOUR LOSERS!

neutron out




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 No.647766[Reply]

On Wednesday morning, in the midst of yet another contentious news cycle dominated by coverage of Russian election meddling, I tweeted a kind of thought experiment: “If Trump & co. just pivoted to ‘Aren’t you glad Russia helped us defeat Hillary Clinton?’ would there be any serious blowback from his base?”

The question was rhetorical. The answers that began trickling in were not.

“No,” said Cassandra Fairbanks, a writer at the right-wing news and conspiracy website Gateway Pundit (and a former Sputnik employee). “I mean, I would be cool with it. Im already there. If russia was involved we should thank them.”

“No,” responded another self-identified Trump voter. “Hillary is a greater threat to our Republic.”

Several people pointed me to Jacob Wohl, a Trump booster with a large Twitter following, who had mused just hours earlier, “If Russia assists MAGA Candidates on the internet in this year’s midterms, that’s not the end of the world.” And others re-upped a C-SPAN clip from the day before in which a caller identified as Mary Lou from Connecticut said, “I’ll try not to sound too awful, but I want to thank the Russians for interfering with our election to stop Hillary Clinton from becoming president. That woman has got illusions of grandeur.”

These are anecdotal cases, of course. As Philip Bump notes in The Washington Post, there hasn’t been much polling data measuring how Americans feel about foreign governments interfering in U.S. elections; up to now, disapproval has simply been presumed. The polls that are available suggest that most Trump supporters don’t believe there was any Russian election interference, and if there was, it had no effect on the race.

But as Washington braces for Special Counsel Robert Mueller to release the findings of his investigation, this new line of punditry bubbling up in the pro-Trump social-media conversation is worth taking seriously.

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 No.647770

TRUMP SUPPORTERS ARE ANTI AMERICAN FULL STOP

IF you still support a known FAscist like TRump then you have another thing coming. We are cleaning up America street by street starting with those racist whites that somehow think colluding with an autocrat is a good idea. YOu are on last leg and we come to sweep you up into fema chambers fuck nazis fuck fascists fuck libertarians. Good luck in hell you racist anti semites.




 No.646893[Reply]

A woman who beat her 2-year-old son to death after the boy wet his bed was sentenced Tuesday to 40 years in federal prison.

Katrina Shangreaux, 30, had pleaded guilty to second-degree murder for killing her son, Kylen Shangreaux, at their home in Porcupine two years ago.

She admitted assaulting the toddler multiple times, including with a studded belt. She also threw him to the ground, kicked him in the abdomen and head, and bit him several times. An autopsy found the child died of blunt force trauma.

Kylen had 111 distinct external injuries, and about 70 percent of his body had been covered in bruises, Assistant U.S. Attorney Sarah Collins said at the Rapid City sentencing Tuesday afternoon. The boy also had broken ribs, bleeding in his abdomen and brain, and what looked to be cigarette burns on his head.

“The most shocking was the damage that she did to his scrotum,” Collins said, explaining that the boy’s privates had been torn and practically obliterated from Katrina’s beating.

U.S. District Court Chief Judge Jeffrey Viken was told Katrina called 911 after her son had already been dead for about three hours. Katrina had admitted cleaning up the boy and the crime scene with the help of her mother before police and medics arrived. After Kylen was pronounced dead, she went to White Clay, Neb., then Rapid City.

https://rapidcityjournal.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/mother-sentenced-to-years-for-toddler-son-s-beating-death/article_763570b5-8c30-5a05-884b-60a7d545c399.html

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 No.647308

In Canada she would already be back out


 No.647376

>all these picsart shitposts on a friday night

somebody has absolutely no life


 No.647612

bumping for genital mutilation


 No.647622

In desperate need of having her skin pulled off and her nerve endings hit with a sledgehammer while on enough stimulants to stay conscious through anything.


 No.647730

bump




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 No.647713[Reply]

Australia’s richest person, mining magnate Gina Rinehart, has been revealed as a key funder of the rightwing thinktank the Institute of Public Affairs – a consistent promoter of climate science scepticism.

Rinehart’s company, Hancock Prospecting, donated $2.3m to the IPA in 2016 and $2.2m in 2017, according to disclosures made to the New South Wales supreme court.

As part of a long-running legal dispute over the use of company funds, Rinehart’s daughter Bianca had served a subpoena to access documents that would have shed light on the two donations from Hancock Prospecting to the IPA.

The IPA has close ties to the Liberal party and IPA fellows regularly appear in the media. The payments suggest that more than a third of the IPA’s income in 2016 and 2017 was from Hancock Prospecting, the majority of which is owned privately by Rinehart.

According to Forbes, Rinehart was the seventh-richest woman in the world in 2017 and Australia’s richest person, with current wealth estimated to be $17.6bn.

The IPA is a registered charity but is not legally required to disclose its funders and has declined to reveal them in recent years, citing concerns that donors could be “intimidated”.

https://www.theguardian.com/business/2018/jul/21/gina-rinehart-company-revealed-as-45m-donor-to-climate-sceptic-thinktank



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 No.646929[Reply]

Gun-rights activists have reached a settlement with the government that will allow them to post 3-D printable gun plans online starting August 1.

The settlement ends a multi-year legal battle that started when Cody Wilson, who describes himself as a post-left anarchist, posted plans for a 3-D printed handgun he called "The Liberator" in 2013.

The single-shot pistol was made almost entirely out of of ABS plastic – the same stuff they make Lego bricks out of – that could be made on a 3-D printer. The only metal parts were the firing pin and a piece of metal included to comply with the Undetectable Firearms Act.

The US State Department told Wilson and his non-profit group Defense Distributed to take down the plans. It said the plans could violate International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), which regulate the export of defense materials, services and technical data.

n essence, officials said someone in another country – a country the US doesn't sell weapons to – could download the material and make their own gun.

Wilson complied, but said the files already had been downloaded a million times.

He sued the federal government in 2015.

The settlement, which is dated June 29, says that Wilson and Defense Distributed can publish plans, files and 3-D drawings in any form and exempts them from the export restrictions. The government also agreed to pay almost $40,000 of Wilson's legal fees and to refund some registration fees.

https://www.cnn.com/2018/07/19/us/3d-printed-gun-settlement-trnd/index.html

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 No.647017

>>646982

>but its good to see the govt won't v& people for having them now.

hey,' they still have you breaking the law even if the law no longer exists.

it's just not beneficial to them to jail you yet.

>>647001

i smell hummus.


 No.647019

>>647017

>they still have you breaking the law

Actually they don't, since I downloaded those files before the lawsuit forced them to take it down.


 No.647304

The printers will b banned


 No.647380

>>646985

kys already you pathetic failure


 No.647652

If I was in the government, I would simply ban the specific plastic used to make them, and only allow people to access candlewax




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 No.639977[Reply]

https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2018/07/comcast-starts-throttling-mobile-video-will-charge-extra-for-hd-streams/

Comcast's Xfinity Mobile service is imposing new speed limits on video watching and personal hotspot usage, and the company will start charging extra for high-definition video over the cellular network.

The short version is that videos will be throttled to 480p (DVD quality) on all Comcast mobile plans unless you pay extra, while Comcast's "unlimited" plan will limit mobile hotspot speeds to 600kbps. Only customers who pay by the gigabyte will get full-speed tethering, but the cost would add up quickly as Comcast charges $12 for each gigabyte.

>Comcast's Xfinity Mobile service is imposing new speed limits on video watching and personal hotspot usage, and the company will start charging extra for high-definition video over the cellular network.

>The short version is that videos will be throttled to 480p (DVD quality) on all Comcast mobile plans unless you pay extra, while Comcast's "unlimited" plan will limit mobile hotspot speeds to 600kbps. Only customers who pay by the gigabyte will get full-speed tethering, but the cost would add up quickly as Comcast charges $12 for each gigabyte.

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 No.647543

DESIGNATED


 No.647564

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I love having an independent ISP for my internet. No caps or any of that stupid shit, and it's fiber. Yes daddy.


 No.647566

>>643519

>>643519

They essentially are. Link costs are basically non-existent. It's so fucking cheap unless you're on shit DSL or cable.


 No.647629

Even through their set top boxes, they already downscale all their national feed 1080i HD networks to 720p, with exception to local 1080i and region specific weather. Fucking dropped TV service last month, unfortunately have to keep them for high-speed Internet as there's no other options.


 No.647638

All those dummies that failed to understand net neutrality are going to be wondering, "why is this happening?"

Now deal with it, morons.




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 No.646950[Reply]

Just weeks after he graduated from high school, a California wrestler lost his college scholarship when video surfaced of him yelling a homophobic slur at a Modesto protest.

Bronson Harmon, 18, an Oakdale High School graduate, had intended to wrestle at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.

The athletic scholarship was revoked after video surfaced of Harmon yelling a homophobic slur and making an obscene gesture during a June 30 rally in Modesto to protest the Trump administration’s immigration policies concerning families.

Harmon and his father were allegedly also involved in a physical altercation at the same event, which led to a formal complaint against the teen being filed with the Modesto Police Department, according to police spokeswoman Sharon Bear.

Cal Poly Athletic Director Don Oberhelman declined to comment on the reason Harmon’s scholarship was revoked, only saying the university was aware of the video before the athletic department made the decision.

In an interview Tuesday with the Tribune, Harmon implied that the slur was the reason. “Saying what I said is definitely not the right thing. I am supposed to be there to help the community be the best person I can be and represent the college the best way I can,” he said. “But I still feel like my freedom of speech was taken away, and I don’t think my scholarship should have been revoked over something like that.”

https://www.mercurynews.com/2018/07/19/california-wrestler-loses-scholarship-after-yelling-slur-at-protest/

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 No.647567

>>647307

>How much longer are people gonna take Colleges in America serious

Til the very end, anon. The banks and the government make a killing on the interest rates. They'll do whatever they have to to make sure that everyone goes to college, or is penalized for not doing so.


 No.647573

>>646957

At this point you might as well call that website "Wackypedia"


 No.647603

>>647296

>straight white male

He likes to wrastle men. You really thing he's straight?


 No.647610

>>647567

If you replace college with marriage you get the future. Let see here goy…..you're male but you didn't marry a slut and become a slave…..hmmm…your tax rate is….car insurance….must wait until …. to collect social security…


 No.647626

>>647307

>>647567

Colleges are part of the debt pyramid scheme they got set up to mill anyone they can sucker into it.




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