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2020-06-02 5:33:11 PM  
Believes in Q Anon bullshiat...
Hour long stand off with cops and able to drive away without getting shot...
Chased by police and taken into custody without getting killed...
In possession of guns and 900 rounds of ammo and didn't get ventilated by cops...

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Glad the judge is reevaluating the sentence.
 
2020-06-02 7:39:25 PM  
You know what goes a long way toward preventing people from doing idiotic shiat like this? When they actually face consequences for their selfish, entitled acts of attention-whoring stupidity.

Who'da thunk it?
 
2020-06-02 7:40:14 PM  
NO! WE'RE IN WASHINGTON!

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2020-06-02 7:44:49 PM  
AZ prosecutors going easy on a white gun nut? Big surprise that is.
 
2020-06-02 7:45:54 PM  
I love that the plea for leniency amounted to 'this boy is an abject moran and is too stupid to understand what he was doing.'
 
2020-06-02 7:48:09 PM  
They should start calling them "the manifest destiny fighters" that's all this really is.
 
2020-06-02 7:50:50 PM  

GodComplex: I love that the plea for leniency amounted to 'this boy is an abject moran and is too stupid to understand what he was doing.'


Anyone who can't be held to account for their actions for ANY reason is not entitled to the freedom to commit unaccountable acts.
 
2020-06-02 7:53:51 PM  
FTFA: On June 15, 2018, Wright made the half-hour drive from his parents' home in Henderson...

...where he lived in the basement.

/his mom thought he was just making a Doritos and Mountain Dew run.
 
2020-06-02 7:54:55 PM  
These same people think George Floyd is a false flag operation by the deep state to make Trump look bad. Same with coronavirus. Yet JFK Jr coming back to avenge kids in a pizza basement is reality. Will they ever be normal after this? Can the country?
 
2020-06-02 7:56:26 PM  
I watched that bridge being built. It was a very interesting project..
 
2020-06-02 8:07:25 PM  

El Trolo: GodComplex: I love that the plea for leniency amounted to 'this boy is an abject moran and is too stupid to understand what he was doing.'

Anyone who can't be held to account for their actions for ANY reason is not entitled to the freedom to commit unaccountable acts.


And sure a shiat shouldn't be allowed to own a gun or operate a vehicle.
 
2020-06-02 8:20:23 PM  
The bomb in his shoe guy was sentenced to life in Federal prison. This guy should be treated the same
 
2020-06-02 8:21:37 PM  

Majin_Buu: You know what goes a long way toward preventing people from doing idiotic shiat like this? When they actually face consequences for their selfish, entitled acts of attention-whoring stupidity.

Who'da thunk it?


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2020-06-02 8:24:13 PM  

schubie: These same people think George Floyd is a false flag operation by the deep state to make Trump look bad. Same with coronavirus. Yet JFK Jr coming back to avenge kids in a pizza basement is reality. Will they ever be normal after this? Can the country?


The whole point of freedom is to let the fringe flourish, as uninhibited as possible.

Between the worst excesses of capitalism and the worst excesses of unrestrained lunacy, I'm pretty sure that either the USA will have to modify our basic tenets to some degree, or the whole thing is going to shiat the bed.

Case in point, the 2nd Amendment.

I personally feel that Americans should have the right to bear arms. It's part of our heritage and who we are as a people. But like 90% of Americans I agree that the right to bear arms should be subject to reasonable limitations. You know, little things like background checks, and keeping the mentally ill from having assault weapons.

This is something we could have dealt with decades ago but one side (Republicans) would rather do nothing. Same thing with immigration. One side (Republicans) would rather do nothing than manage the issue responsibly. Same thing with the ever increasing disparity between worker wages and CEO pay/ productivity versus middle class wages.

One party is gung ho for status quo, and fark everybody.

The other party wants to fix the problems and make things better.
 
2020-06-02 8:26:09 PM  
"Steven Wright, the father of Matthew Wright..."

He should have used his dad's lawyer.

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2020-06-02 8:27:12 PM  
All that and less than a decade in jail. I'm just guessing here but betting he's white.
 
2020-06-02 8:34:20 PM  
FTFA:  Steven Wright, the father of Matthew Wright, told the court he didn't think his son intended violence on the bridge. "I believe that, truthfully, he neither planned nor intended danger or harm to anyone else.  He was simply bored.  He wanted to get a great parking spot, then sit in the car and count how many people ask him if he's leaving."

/kudos WordsnCollision
 
2020-06-02 8:49:37 PM  

El Trolo: schubie: These same people think George Floyd is a false flag operation by the deep state to make Trump look bad. Same with coronavirus. Yet JFK Jr coming back to avenge kids in a pizza basement is reality. Will they ever be normal after this? Can the country?

The whole point of freedom is to let the fringe flourish, as uninhibited as possible.

Between the worst excesses of capitalism and the worst excesses of unrestrained lunacy, I'm pretty sure that either the USA will have to modify our basic tenets to some degree, or the whole thing is going to shiat the bed.

Case in point, the 2nd Amendment.

I personally feel that Americans should have the right to bear arms. It's part of our heritage and who we are as a people. But like 90% of Americans I agree that the right to bear arms should be subject to reasonable limitations. You know, little things like background checks, and keeping the mentally ill from having assault weapons.

This is something we could have dealt with decades ago but one side (Republicans) would rather do nothing. Same thing with immigration. One side (Republicans) would rather do nothing than manage the issue responsibly. Same thing with the ever increasing disparity between worker wages and CEO pay/ productivity versus middle class wages.

One party is gung ho for status quo, and fark everybody.

The other party wants to fix the problems and make things better.


You mean the background checks that are inherently racist because we have a cradle-to-slave system set up to target minorities specifically, get them into the system by trying them as an adult, and thereby take away their basic rights and the ability to hold an armed protest like white people?

Those checks? Start by taking the guns from the police. Training has not worked.
 
2020-06-02 8:54:47 PM  

weilawei: El Trolo: schubie: These same people think George Floyd is a false flag operation by the deep state to make Trump look bad. Same with coronavirus. Yet JFK Jr coming back to avenge kids in a pizza basement is reality. Will they ever be normal after this? Can the country?

The whole point of freedom is to let the fringe flourish, as uninhibited as possible.

Between the worst excesses of capitalism and the worst excesses of unrestrained lunacy, I'm pretty sure that either the USA will have to modify our basic tenets to some degree, or the whole thing is going to shiat the bed.

Case in point, the 2nd Amendment.

I personally feel that Americans should have the right to bear arms. It's part of our heritage and who we are as a people. But like 90% of Americans I agree that the right to bear arms should be subject to reasonable limitations. You know, little things like background checks, and keeping the mentally ill from having assault weapons.

This is something we could have dealt with decades ago but one side (Republicans) would rather do nothing. Same thing with immigration. One side (Republicans) would rather do nothing than manage the issue responsibly. Same thing with the ever increasing disparity between worker wages and CEO pay/ productivity versus middle class wages.

One party is gung ho for status quo, and fark everybody.

The other party wants to fix the problems and make things better.

You mean the background checks that are inherently racist because we have a cradle-to-slave system set up to target minorities specifically, get them into the system by trying them as an adult, and thereby take away their basic rights and the ability to hold an armed protest like white people?

Those checks? Start by taking the guns from the police. Training has not worked.


Those checks should include mental health and terrorist flagging.

Taking guns from the police isn't going to happen. How about we make the police less racist and more accountable? The other option is that nobody has guns (except probably the police) or we do nothing and every month some nut shoots 100 people.

Instead of stopping the "racist background checks" how about we address the "cradle to slave" system?

priorities.
 
2020-06-02 8:56:54 PM  

El Trolo: weilawei: El Trolo: schubie: These same people think George Floyd is a false flag operation by the deep state to make Trump look bad. Same with coronavirus. Yet JFK Jr coming back to avenge kids in a pizza basement is reality. Will they ever be normal after this? Can the country?

The whole point of freedom is to let the fringe flourish, as uninhibited as possible.

Between the worst excesses of capitalism and the worst excesses of unrestrained lunacy, I'm pretty sure that either the USA will have to modify our basic tenets to some degree, or the whole thing is going to shiat the bed.

Case in point, the 2nd Amendment.

I personally feel that Americans should have the right to bear arms. It's part of our heritage and who we are as a people. But like 90% of Americans I agree that the right to bear arms should be subject to reasonable limitations. You know, little things like background checks, and keeping the mentally ill from having assault weapons.

This is something we could have dealt with decades ago but one side (Republicans) would rather do nothing. Same thing with immigration. One side (Republicans) would rather do nothing than manage the issue responsibly. Same thing with the ever increasing disparity between worker wages and CEO pay/ productivity versus middle class wages.

One party is gung ho for status quo, and fark everybody.

The other party wants to fix the problems and make things better.

You mean the background checks that are inherently racist because we have a cradle-to-slave system set up to target minorities specifically, get them into the system by trying them as an adult, and thereby take away their basic rights and the ability to hold an armed protest like white people?

Those checks? Start by taking the guns from the police. Training has not worked.

Those checks should include mental health and terrorist flagging.

Taking guns from the police isn't going to happen. How about we make the police less racist and more accountable? The other op ...


Because sensitivity training does not work. 50 years of data is in evidence showing a negative result. It does not work. What *does* work is reducing their available force.
 
2020-06-02 9:04:20 PM  

weilawei: El Trolo: weilawei: El Trolo: schubie: These same people think George Floyd is a false flag operation by the deep state to make Trump look bad. Same with coronavirus. Yet JFK Jr coming back to avenge kids in a pizza basement is reality. Will they ever be normal after this? Can the country?

The whole point of freedom is to let the fringe flourish, as uninhibited as possible.

Between the worst excesses of capitalism and the worst excesses of unrestrained lunacy, I'm pretty sure that either the USA will have to modify our basic tenets to some degree, or the whole thing is going to shiat the bed.

Case in point, the 2nd Amendment.

I personally feel that Americans should have the right to bear arms. It's part of our heritage and who we are as a people. But like 90% of Americans I agree that the right to bear arms should be subject to reasonable limitations. You know, little things like background checks, and keeping the mentally ill from having assault weapons.

This is something we could have dealt with decades ago but one side (Republicans) would rather do nothing. Same thing with immigration. One side (Republicans) would rather do nothing than manage the issue responsibly. Same thing with the ever increasing disparity between worker wages and CEO pay/ productivity versus middle class wages.

One party is gung ho for status quo, and fark everybody.

The other party wants to fix the problems and make things better.

You mean the background checks that are inherently racist because we have a cradle-to-slave system set up to target minorities specifically, get them into the system by trying them as an adult, and thereby take away their basic rights and the ability to hold an armed protest like white people?

Those checks? Start by taking the guns from the police. Training has not worked.

Those checks should include mental health and terrorist flagging.

Taking guns from the police isn't going to happen. How about we make the police less racist and more accountable? Th ...


So "sensitivity training" is the ONLY way to address that issue?

First of all, you're rejecting my suggestion because one way of implementing it is ineffective. That's piss poor.

I would suggest civilian oversight of the police for one thing.

Emotions are running high. You're upset, I'm upset, the whole country is rioting.

Your suggestion is to take guns away from the police. As real as the problems are, your solution is laughable.
 
2020-06-02 9:07:04 PM  
The attorney for Wright, Michael Denea, told the court his client did not intend to use the weapons in his vehicle

yeah...
 
2020-06-02 9:18:16 PM  

El Trolo:El Trolo: So "sensitivity training" is the ONLY way to address that issue?

First of all, you're rejecting my suggestion because one way of implementing it is ineffective. That's piss poor.

I would suggest civilian oversight of the police for one thing.

Emotions are running high. You're upset, I'm upset, the whole country is rioting.

Your suggestion is to take guns away from the police. As real as the problems are, your solution is laughable.


You make the same tired, demonstrably ineffective non-solutions we've had for years. If you deliberately promote that as a means to avoid real solutions that we need now (not putting a timeline on other peoples' freedoms and lives), you are acting in bad faith, racism, and support for the murder of minorities.

That's just data.

You can take your straw men elsewhere. "So "sensitivity training" is the ONLY way to address that issue?"What part of the word "start" are you incapable of understanding? Go back and read my post.

As for taking guns from the from police ("Start by..."), other 1st world countries don't need police officers armed with firearms keeping the peace. It's not laughable. It's been done, and it works.

Thank you for discussing this, but if you aren't willing to provide facts to support your arguments, and instead resort to playground tactics ("your solution is laughable") and implying things I didn't say, I'm going to decline to continue interacting with you.
 
2020-06-02 9:18:31 PM  

Brosephus: Believes in Q Anon bullshiat...
Hour long stand off with cops and able to drive away without getting shot...
Chased by police and taken into custody without getting killed...
In possession of guns and 900 rounds of ammo and didn't get ventilated by cops...

[biography.com image 850x850]

Glad the judge is reevaluating the sentence.


He didn't fire at the cops. The charges piled on are political theater. A decade for obstructing traffic? Really? The judge made his determination based on things that never happened.

Otherwise, his time needs to be in a mental institution to work out his conspiracy BS.
 
2020-06-02 9:23:06 PM  

schubie: These same people think George Floyd is a false flag operation by the deep state to make Trump look bad. Same with coronavirus. Yet JFK Jr coming back to avenge kids in a pizza basement is reality. Will they ever be normal after this? Can the country?


improvements will require a much better FCC
 
2020-06-02 9:24:50 PM  
Good
 
2020-06-02 9:30:58 PM  

Dead for Tax Reasons: The attorney for Wright, Michael Denea, told the court his client did not intend to use the weapons in his vehicle

yeah...


So now yall mind readers and sentancing people for what you say they intended, even though they had tons of time to do it but still didnt, you say they intended?

How much longer before he used them?  10 mins?  10 hours?  Till trump lost reelection?  How much time ate you going to allow to pass and still consider it his "intent"?
 
2020-06-02 9:31:22 PM  

GodComplex: I love that the plea for leniency amounted to 'this boy is an abject moran and is too stupid to understand what he was doing.'


To be fair, he is a #QAnon follower so it really is an indisputable argument.
 
2020-06-02 9:35:12 PM  

Carousel Beast: Brosephus: Believes in Q Anon bullshiat...
Hour long stand off with cops and able to drive away without getting shot...
Chased by police and taken into custody without getting killed...
In possession of guns and 900 rounds of ammo and didn't get ventilated by cops...

[biography.com image 850x850]

Glad the judge is reevaluating the sentence.

He didn't fire at the cops. The charges piled on are political theater. A decade for obstructing traffic? Really? The judge made his determination based on things that never happened.

Otherwise, his time needs to be in a mental institution to work out his conspiracy BS.


Yep, and no indication that it was ever going to happen.

To the idiot who said that he should get the same as the shoe bomber, the shoe bomber had a bomb, not something that he has a right to possess.  The shoe bomber was seen trying to set it off.

The shoe bomber tried to commit an act.  This guy blocked traffic.
 
2020-06-02 9:35:15 PM  

Carousel Beast: Brosephus: Believes in Q Anon bullshiat...
Hour long stand off with cops and able to drive away without getting shot...
Chased by police and taken into custody without getting killed...
In possession of guns and 900 rounds of ammo and didn't get ventilated by cops...

[biography.com image 850x850]

Glad the judge is reevaluating the sentence.

He didn't fire at the cops. The charges piled on are political theater. A decade for obstructing traffic? Really? The judge made his determination based on things that never happened.

Otherwise, his time needs to be in a mental institution to work out his conspiracy BS.


George Floyd didn't fire at the police either. Nor did he have a 1 hour stand off and flee. Once he took off and fled, he's a criminal. The fact that he was taken into custody unharmed showed restraint on the officer's part. Fact is that some of us Americans don't get that restraint. Ask John Crawford III. Oh wait, you can't because he was shot and killed by an officer mere seconds after coming in contact with him.

He committed crimes while armed. He needs to be jailed just like if he was a minority.
 
2020-06-02 9:38:43 PM  

Brosephus: Carousel Beast: Brosephus: Believes in Q Anon bullshiat...
Hour long stand off with cops and able to drive away without getting shot...
Chased by police and taken into custody without getting killed...
In possession of guns and 900 rounds of ammo and didn't get ventilated by cops...

[biography.com image 850x850]

Glad the judge is reevaluating the sentence.

He didn't fire at the cops. The charges piled on are political theater. A decade for obstructing traffic? Really? The judge made his determination based on things that never happened.

Otherwise, his time needs to be in a mental institution to work out his conspiracy BS.

George Floyd didn't fire at the police either. Nor did he have a 1 hour stand off and flee. Once he took off and fled, he's a criminal. The fact that he was taken into custody unharmed showed restraint on the officer's part. Fact is that some of us Americans don't get that restraint. Ask John Crawford III. Oh wait, you can't because he was shot and killed by an officer mere seconds after coming in contact with him.

He committed crimes while armed. He needs to be jailed just like if he was a minority.


So your solution isnt to fix the system that illegally mistreats minorities, but to have it do the same to everyone?

So hitler would have been fine if he had just killed people without any identifiable pattern?
 
2020-06-02 9:50:28 PM  

GDubDub: Brosephus: Carousel Beast: Brosephus: Believes in Q Anon bullshiat...
Hour long stand off with cops and able to drive away without getting shot...
Chased by police and taken into custody without getting killed...
In possession of guns and 900 rounds of ammo and didn't get ventilated by cops...

[biography.com image 850x850]

Glad the judge is reevaluating the sentence.

He didn't fire at the cops. The charges piled on are political theater. A decade for obstructing traffic? Really? The judge made his determination based on things that never happened.

Otherwise, his time needs to be in a mental institution to work out his conspiracy BS.

George Floyd didn't fire at the police either. Nor did he have a 1 hour stand off and flee. Once he took off and fled, he's a criminal. The fact that he was taken into custody unharmed showed restraint on the officer's part. Fact is that some of us Americans don't get that restraint. Ask John Crawford III. Oh wait, you can't because he was shot and killed by an officer mere seconds after coming in contact with him.

He committed crimes while armed. He needs to be jailed just like if he was a minority.

So your solution isnt to fix the system that illegally mistreats minorities, but to have it do the same to everyone?

So hitler would have been fine if he had just killed people without any identifiable pattern?


No, my solution is nothing will change until people experience what minorities go through. It has nothing to do with Hitler, but you do you.

Look at American history. AIDS/HIV wasn't a problem until it affected certain communities. Crack was a criminal issue, yet opiates is a medical issue. Why? Because it hit certain communities hard. CoVID-19 was a concern until reports said that minorities were dying more. Then, we saw protesters demanding the government reopen things.

It doesn't take a NASA engineer to realize that America doesn't change until or unless certain people are directly affected by something bad. I didn't make the rules. I just had to learn how to live within them.
 
2020-06-02 9:58:13 PM  

weilawei: El Trolo:El Trolo: So "sensitivity training" is the ONLY way to address that issue?

Thank you for discussing this, but if you aren't willing to provide facts to support your arguments, and instead resort to playground tactics ("your solution is laughable") and implying things I didn't say, I'm going to decline to continue interacting with you.


What a fascinating idea. I came to the same conclusion myself.

favorited!
 
2020-06-02 9:58:39 PM  

Dimensio: GodComplex: I love that the plea for leniency amounted to 'this boy is an abject moran and is too stupid to understand what he was doing.'

To be fair, he is a #QAnon follower so it really is an indisputable argument.


Oh I agree. I just imagined it went like that episode of Red Dwarf where Rimmer is put on trail.

The Trial - Red Dwarf - BBC
Youtube W8otwr7ArmA
 
2020-06-02 10:09:02 PM  

GDubDub: Dead for Tax Reasons: The attorney for Wright, Michael Denea, told the court his client did not intend to use the weapons in his vehicle

yeah...

So now yall mind readers and sentancing people for what you say they intended, even though they had tons of time to do it but still didnt, you say they intended?

How much longer before he used them?  10 mins?  10 hours?  Till trump lost reelection?  How much time ate you going to allow to pass and still consider it his "intent"?


mmm hmmm
 
2020-06-02 10:10:52 PM  

weilawei: El Trolo:El Trolo: So "sensitivity training" is the ONLY way to address that issue?

First of all, you're rejecting my suggestion because one way of implementing it is ineffective. That's piss poor.

I would suggest civilian oversight of the police for one thing.

Emotions are running high. You're upset, I'm upset, the whole country is rioting.

Your suggestion is to take guns away from the police. As real as the problems are, your solution is laughable.

You make the same tired, demonstrably ineffective non-solutions we've had for years. If you deliberately promote that as a means to avoid real solutions that we need now (not putting a timeline on other peoples' freedoms and lives), you are acting in bad faith, racism, and support for the murder of minorities.

That's just data.

You can take your straw men elsewhere. "So "sensitivity training" is the ONLY way to address that issue?"What part of the word "start" are you incapable of understanding? Go back and read my post.

As for taking guns from the from police ("Start by..."), other 1st world countries don't need police officers armed with firearms keeping the peace. It's not laughable. It's been done, and it works.


It's laughable to suggest taking guns from the police HERE.

If you think that's the solution good luck running with it. It

Never gonna happen.

I agree that we should change the nature of the game. I don't think your suggestion has a snowballs chance in hell of even being tried. That's why it's laughable.

Furthermore, I never said that my suggestion was the only workable solution. I offered it as something to try.

You certainly have a good grasp of rhetoric but your idea sucks because it cannot realistically be implemented.
 
2020-06-02 10:35:32 PM  
Furthermore I will point out that George Floyd was not shot to death with a gun.

A cop with systematic immunity and no consequences who sees black people as "the enemy" is still going to be a danger.

You have to reintroduce consequences so the police will not abuse their power.

Civilian oversight is one way to do that. There are also other ways I'm sure. And I'm shocked that you are more upset about background checks than the fact that the system grinds young minority men into the criminal system. Really? We shouldn't have background checks? Instead of trying to change how the system drags people down? Priorities.

I'm sure that taking guns away from cops worked great in Belgium and Norway but here in the US the citizens have guns. A cop without a gun is a meter maid. So if you take the guns from the cops and everyone else has guns... then what? Or are you going to revoke the 2nd amendment? Sounds great on paper until you have to get the votes together to do it.

Do you even America?
 
2020-06-02 10:38:38 PM  
Where the hell did "sensitivity training" even come from? I sure as hell didn't suggest it.

Gee, it's too bad that something I didn't even suggest, won't work.

Wow, you really got me there.
 
2020-06-02 10:54:43 PM  

weilawei: El Trolo: weilawei: El Trolo: schubie: These same people think George Floyd is a false flag operation by the deep state to make Trump look bad. Same with coronavirus. Yet JFK Jr coming back to avenge kids in a pizza basement is reality. Will they ever be normal after this? Can the country?

The whole point of freedom is to let the fringe flourish, as uninhibited as possible.

Between the worst excesses of capitalism and the worst excesses of unrestrained lunacy, I'm pretty sure that either the USA will have to modify our basic tenets to some degree, or the whole thing is going to shiat the bed.

Case in point, the 2nd Amendment.

I personally feel that Americans should have the right to bear arms. It's part of our heritage and who we are as a people. But like 90% of Americans I agree that the right to bear arms should be subject to reasonable limitations. You know, little things like background checks, and keeping the mentally ill from having assault weapons.

This is something we could have dealt with decades ago but one side (Republicans) would rather do nothing. Same thing with immigration. One side (Republicans) would rather do nothing than manage the issue responsibly. Same thing with the ever increasing disparity between worker wages and CEO pay/ productivity versus middle class wages.

One party is gung ho for status quo, and fark everybody.

The other party wants to fix the problems and make things better.

You mean the background checks that are inherently racist because we have a cradle-to-slave system set up to target minorities specifically, get them into the system by trying them as an adult, and thereby take away their basic rights and the ability to hold an armed protest like white people?

Those checks? Start by taking the guns from the police. Training has not worked.

Those checks should include mental health and terrorist flagging.

Taking guns from the police isn't going to happen. How about we make the police less racist and more accountable? The other op ...

Because sensitivity training does not work. 50 years of data is in evidence showing a negative result. It does not work. What *does* work is reducing their available force.


Also actual accountability for their actions.
 
2020-06-03 3:34:33 AM  
I wanna know what this "armored vehicle" looked like.
 
2020-06-03 5:56:03 AM  
The terrorism charge, under the deal, was designated as non-dangerous.

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2020-06-03 3:19:00 PM  

Brosephus: Carousel Beast: Brosephus: Believes in Q Anon bullshiat...
Hour long stand off with cops and able to drive away without getting shot...
Chased by police and taken into custody without getting killed...
In possession of guns and 900 rounds of ammo and didn't get ventilated by cops...

[biography.com image 850x850]

Glad the judge is reevaluating the sentence.

He didn't fire at the cops. The charges piled on are political theater. A decade for obstructing traffic? Really? The judge made his determination based on things that never happened.

Otherwise, his time needs to be in a mental institution to work out his conspiracy BS.

George Floyd didn't fire at the police either. Nor did he have a 1 hour stand off and flee. Once he took off and fled, he's a criminal. The fact that he was taken into custody unharmed showed restraint on the officer's part. Fact is that some of us Americans don't get that restraint. Ask John Crawford III. Oh wait, you can't because he was shot and killed by an officer mere seconds after coming in contact with him.

He committed crimes while armed. He needs to be jailed just like if he was a minority.


Oh look, an appeal to emotion fallacy. The one thing had nothing to do with the other. The events were 2,000 miles apart, in different political divisions, with entirely different people.

YOU ARE THE PROBLEM.
 
2020-06-03 4:02:24 PM  

Carousel Beast: Brosephus: Carousel Beast: Brosephus: Believes in Q Anon bullshiat...
Hour long stand off with cops and able to drive away without getting shot...
Chased by police and taken into custody without getting killed...
In possession of guns and 900 rounds of ammo and didn't get ventilated by cops...

[biography.com image 850x850]

Glad the judge is reevaluating the sentence.

He didn't fire at the cops. The charges piled on are political theater. A decade for obstructing traffic? Really? The judge made his determination based on things that never happened.

Otherwise, his time needs to be in a mental institution to work out his conspiracy BS.

George Floyd didn't fire at the police either. Nor did he have a 1 hour stand off and flee. Once he took off and fled, he's a criminal. The fact that he was taken into custody unharmed showed restraint on the officer's part. Fact is that some of us Americans don't get that restraint. Ask John Crawford III. Oh wait, you can't because he was shot and killed by an officer mere seconds after coming in contact with him.

He committed crimes while armed. He needs to be jailed just like if he was a minority.

Oh look, an appeal to emotion fallacy. The one thing had nothing to do with the other. The events were 2,000 miles apart, in different political divisions, with entirely different people.

YOU ARE THE PROBLEM.


No, the police acting on their implicit bias is the problem. You are just someone too damn stupid to understand and seek to blame others due to your ignorance.
 
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