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7394 clicks; posted to Main » and Politics » on 10 Jun 2021 at 5:31 AM (5 days ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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5 days ago  
For all the seemingly ruggedness and boasting about independence and freedom these guys complain A LOT!
 
5 days ago  
GIVE ME LIBERTY OR GIVE ME A LOW BOND AND NO PRISON SENTENCE!
 
5 days ago  
The FBI visits you and you post on social media that you're going to seek retribution against snitches.

I mean...

Well. I will say...

It's just...

Wow.
 
5 days ago  
I'm in my third judicial round of cookies hearings with that website.
 
5 days ago  

Circusdog320: For all the seemingly ruggedness and boasting about independence and freedom these guys complain A LOT!


No doubt they're the same people who have a year's worth of food and ammo in the basement but couldn't go six weeks without a haircut
 
5 days ago  
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5 days ago  
Well the Boys part is right. That's about the intellect level of most of them.
 
5 days ago  
Pop quiz ,hotshot:   The Apocalypse has hit and the only way that you and your family can survive is if you shut the f*ck up and stop whining for 5 goddamn minutes. GO!
 
5 days ago  
"As commenters responded, Worrell added: "It's a simple case of a butt hurt pu**y ass biatch that thought they could F**k with someone with some dumb bullshiat!! They are about to get educated in 'real life."

-this person is 49
-the last nine words of his quote are full of so much irony that it almost clogged my heart.

You're going to jail bozo, lots of genuinely tough folks in there will get you all caught up on "real life"
 
5 days ago  
I'm currently being monitored every three months following cancer surgery in 2019. One way I will avoid stress over this is by, you know, NOT COMMITTING farking FELONIES.
 
5 days ago  
The only thing that should be waiting for the Proud Boys is a short drop and a sudden stop.

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5 days ago  
You get two sic mentions in an article explaining why a judge is keeping you in jail.

Imagine if the Roman Empire had the internet.
 
5 days ago  
Here you go, take one of these at bedtime for the next 6 months and we'll do a follow up.

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5 days ago  
"It's a simple case of a butt hurt pu**y ass biatch that thought they could F**k with someone with some dumb bullshiat!! They are about to get educated in 'real life."

Well, that part was spot on.
 
5 days ago  
Proud Mama's Boys
 
5 days ago  
These guys sure do have trouble getting along. This one can't get along with civilized society, whomever it is he "thinks turned him in, the jail people, even his doctor with whom he disagrees on what his medical symptoms are.
 
5 days ago  
Federal prosecutors questioned the actions of his physician Dr. Bino Rucker, writing in a brief opposing Worrell's release that the doctor "appears to be a urologist, not an oncologist." Rucker prescribed Worrell a drug called naltrexone, which the government describes as medication "employed to treat opioid-related issues" given to Worrell for "off-label" use. Charlotte County Jail restricted Worrell's use of the drug after being unable to reach Rucker, prosecutors say.

When I have cancer, I always go to a urologist who prescribes me drugs meant to get me off oxy.
 
5 days ago  
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5 days ago  
hissatsu:

When I have cancer, I always go to a urologist who prescribes me drugs meant to get me off oxy.

He strikes me as one to publicly denounce pot smoking hippies, too.
 
5 days ago  

hissatsu: Federal prosecutors questioned the actions of his physician Dr. Bino Rucker, writing in a brief opposing Worrell's release that the doctor "appears to be a urologist, not an oncologist." Rucker prescribed Worrell a drug called naltrexone, which the government describes as medication "employed to treat opioid-related issues" given to Worrell for "off-label" use. Charlotte County Jail restricted Worrell's use of the drug after being unable to reach Rucker, prosecutors say.

When I have cancer, I always go to a urologist who prescribes me drugs meant to get me off oxy.


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5 days ago  
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5 days ago  

wejash: The FBI visits you and you post on social media that you're going to seek retribution against snitches.

I mean...

Well. I will say...

It's just...

Wow.


At first I thought it was just a bad case of ITG.  No one could POSSIBLY be dumb enough to try something while under the eye of the FBI.

But on second thought...
 
5 days ago  

Unobtanium: I'm currently being monitored every three months following cancer surgery in 2019. One way I will avoid stress over this is by, you know, NOT COMMITTING farking FELONIES.


Well I guess you aren't a real patriot then.


How much you want to bet the person that "snitched" this idiot out was himself with posting crap online or showing up in other PB social media.

If you are going to have a insurrection there is no silver medal for second place, he should just be lucky he isn't being hung at a gallows now.

It amuses me so much how all these alpha bro dogs are all crying about how unfair all this is but last summer they were probably cheering the cops beating BLM protestors.
 
5 days ago  

hissatsu: Federal prosecutors questioned the actions of his physician Dr. Bino Rucker, writing in a brief opposing Worrell's release that the doctor "appears to be a urologist, not an oncologist."

When I have cancer, I always go to a urologist who prescribes me drugs meant to get me off oxy.


Well, to be fair, he does sound like a dick.
 
5 days ago  
This reaction is why the Iced Earth dude is in witness protection. Plenty of these idiots will want him to STFU before they also get arrested, and they all seem to be 2A fans.
 
5 days ago  
His dick doc can't stop the tick tock.
 
5 days ago  
Terroristic acts.
Terroristic threats.
 
5 days ago  
Your Honor, It was a youthful indiscretion. I'm only 50.

Okay- we'll keep you in till you've matured. Which at your developmental rate; should be in when you're eligible for social security.
 
5 days ago  

freakdiablo: wejash: The FBI visits you and you post on social media that you're going to seek retribution against snitches.

I mean...

Well. I will say...

It's just...

Wow.

At first I thought it was just a bad case of ITG.  No one could POSSIBLY be dumb enough to try something while under the eye of the FBI.

But on second thought...


I know who you are!

Seriously!

I'm just not saying who you are for reasons, yet still making threats in a public forum under my real name to keep me in jail.

Yeah.

/in fairness, what they did, was not, very smart. fark em.
 
5 days ago  

hissatsu: Federal prosecutors questioned the actions of his physician Dr. Bino Rucker, writing in a brief opposing Worrell's release that the doctor "appears to be a urologist, not an oncologist." Rucker prescribed Worrell a drug called naltrexone, which the government describes as medication "employed to treat opioid-related issues" given to Worrell for "off-label" use. Charlotte County Jail restricted Worrell's use of the drug after being unable to reach Rucker, prosecutors say.

When I have cancer, I always go to a urologist who prescribes me drugs meant to get me off oxy.


Yup.  That's the real reason his "symptoms" are deteriorating in jail.  He can't get his black market OxyContin.
 
5 days ago  
Too bad. So sad. Pout Boys gonna pout.
 
5 days ago  
Flab:

I know of heroin users who look down on oxy users.
 
5 days ago  

groppet: How much you want to bet the person that "snitched" this idiot out was himself with posting crap online or showing up in other PB social media.


His little tirade was delightfully ironic on the first reading, but reading it again realizing he probably did rat himself out is hilarious.

"You are the piece of shiat I knew you were!" "It's a simple case of a butt hurt pu**y ass biatch that thought they could F**k with someone with some dumb bullshiat!! They are about to get educated in 'real life."
 
5 days ago  

Chariset: Circusdog320: For all the seemingly ruggedness and boasting about independence and freedom these guys complain A LOT!

No doubt they're the same people who have a year's worth of food and ammo in the basement but couldn't go six weeks without a haircut


As was stated many months ago, they should be referred to as "The Proud Babies".
 
5 days ago  
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Sgt. Larking - read the room, dude.
 
5 days ago  

hissatsu: Federal prosecutors questioned the actions of his physician Dr.

Al Bino tRucker, writing in a brief opposing Worrell's release that the doctor "appears to be a urologist, not an oncologist." Rucker prescribed Worrell a drug called naltrexone, which the government describes as medication "employed to treat opioid-related issues" given to Worrell for "off-label" use. Charlotte County Jail restricted Worrell's use of the drug after being unable to reach tRucker, prosecutors say.

When I have cancer, I always go to a urologist who prescribes me drugs meant to get me off oxy.


I think some letters accidently there. Fixed.
 
5 days ago  
Maybe recording a record of your crimes was YOUR mistake? Just a thought.
 
5 days ago  
Trump will pardon him.
 
5 days ago  
Rucker prescribed Worrell a drug called naltrexone, which the government describes as medication "employed to treat opioid-related issues" given to Worrell for "off-label" use.


They are all opioid fiends. It's making flyover country insane. There didn't used to be this many insane people.
 
5 days ago  
This moron who thought the election of Biden represented a tyranny against himself will be finding out a large portion of his future earnings will be going to pay a couple of lawyers.
His lawyers aren't public defenders, just for instance I'm curious as to what the billing will come to for that 19 page legal brief.  Is this guy actually wealthy and the lawyers think they've landed a whale? He's got not one but 2 lawyers.
 
5 days ago  

BitwiseShift: Trump will pardon him.


Fat Donny can't even wipe his own ass. Guess what is about to be handed to him?
 
5 days ago  

Patmaniac: This moron who thought the election of Biden represented a tyranny against himself will be finding out a large portion of his future earnings will be going to pay a couple of lawyers.
His lawyers aren't public defenders, just for instance I'm curious as to what the billing will come to for that 19 page legal brief.  Is this guy actually wealthy and the lawyers think they've landed a whale? He's got not one but 2 lawyers.


How much does punching license plates pay?
 
5 days ago  
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What a bunch of weenies.
 
5 days ago  
Doom Moaners in 2032: "Well, he's only served nine of his ten years! Wake me if there are ever any REAL consequences! Waaaaaah!"
 
5 days ago  
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5 days ago  
Naltrexone takes the euphoria out of opioid and alcohol sessions. Drinking heavily without the associated "high" would be downright unpleasant. You'd feel like you were poisoned. This is why it is prescribed to recovering addicts.

Taking a very low dosage of Naltrexone (LDN) somehow reduces inflammation in people, without the high-killing effect. I was prescribed it for a gout flare-up. It works. It isn't officially mainstream, yet. Hence the "off label" description.

This creepy blood cultist was probably prescribed LDN for a condition not having to do with opioid addiction.
 
5 days ago  

omg bbq: "As commenters responded, Worrell added: "It's a simple case of a butt hurt pu**y ass biatch that thought they could F**k with someone with some dumb bullshiat!! They are about to get educated in 'real life."

-this person is 49
-the last nine words of his quote are full of so much irony that it almost clogged my heart.

You're going to jail bozo, lots of genuinely tough folks in there will get you all caught up on "real life"


Honestly, shiat like this is why good, law abiding, non-nutcase citizens and residents should be looking at owning their own firearms. Retaliation on whistleblowers by RWNJs like this dude or his idiot friends are no joke.
 
5 days ago  
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5 days ago  
1. Worrell was healthy enough to travel to Washington, D.C. during a pandemic.
2. Worrell was healthy enough to participate in a violent attempt to overthrow American democracy.
3. Worrell was not concerned about his health when he made post January 6 threats.
4. I speculate that Worrell would have opposed prisoners' rights including improving living conditions and medical care in June 2020.

Now, Worrell can find out how very broadly "appropriate medical care" is interpreted in the American prison system.
 
5 days ago  
Their IQ's are under 130?
 
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