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2022-10-27 7:50:47 PM  
Tudor Dixon can't even see the deep end from where she's spent the last decade.
 
2022-10-27 7:53:15 PM  
Could someone from the SPCA please rescue the squirrels that are inhabiting the empty space in her head?
 
2022-10-27 8:11:27 PM  
She said what now?   The US lost the Civil War?


I know she's stupid, but come on.
 
2022-10-27 8:19:22 PM  

Albert911emt: She said what now?   The US lost the Civil War?


I know she's stupid, but come on.


Judging by all the traitors carrying Confederate flags around, you wonder.  It's been a LOOOOONG Civil War.
 
2022-10-27 8:23:15 PM  
That woman can not possibly have passed what ever grade history class American Civil War History is taught in America.
 
2022-10-27 8:24:57 PM  

wooden_badger: Albert911emt: She said what now?   The US lost the Civil War?


I know she's stupid, but come on.

Judging by all the traitors carrying Confederate flags around, you wonder.  It's been a LOOOOONG Civil War.


next time... appeasement bad. Thanks for coming to my Ted Talk.
 
2022-10-27 11:43:18 PM  
Wait, you guys surrendered the white house in the war of 1812, now apparently both sides lost your civil war?
You guys have to really stop ragging on France.
 
2022-10-28 1:33:04 AM  

Albert911emt: She said what now?   The US lost the Civil War?


I know she's stupid, but come on.


It's even dumber. She's spouting the old 'Confederates were Democrats' bullshiat and claiming the current Democratic party is still butthurt over the Civil War and wants revenge.
 
2022-10-28 1:45:01 AM  
We asked for Tudor Dixon they said she don't work here.
We said if you don't vote Tudor Dixon your conspiracy could use some fixin'.
 
2022-10-28 2:08:09 AM  
eh, sounds like standard republican dumbshiattery to me.
 
2022-10-28 2:09:04 AM  
Tudor Dixie?
 
2022-10-28 2:10:09 AM  
Both sides are bad so vote Whig
 
2022-10-28 2:11:34 AM  
Pooper Dixoff
 
2022-10-28 2:15:06 AM  
Psychiatrists are writing a whole new DSM-6 just to describe wtf is going on with this lady, Kanye, and everyone who was banned from Yahoo Answers
 
2022-10-28 2:15:48 AM  
"Was it over when the Germans bombed Gettysburg?"
 
2022-10-28 2:15:49 AM  
Does the insurance cost more than the Fordor Dixon?
 
2022-10-28 2:16:24 AM  

Rage Against the Thorazine: Albert911emt: She said what now?   The US lost the Civil War?


I know she's stupid, but come on.

It's even dumber. She's spouting the old 'Confederates were Democrats' bullshiat and claiming the current Democratic party is still butthurt over the Civil War and wants revenge.


That rhetoric works wonders on maggots so I don't know if I would call it stupid ("Lincoln was a Republican!" might be completely irrelevant to today's political landscape but it still plays well electorally).
 
2022-10-28 2:16:44 AM  
She's a walking youtube comment section.
 
2022-10-28 2:20:48 AM  
I think that subby's intended headline was, "Tudor Dixon has officially gone off in her Depends", but autocorrect gave us the headline as it is.
 
2022-10-28 2:21:17 AM  
FTA: The Republican gubernatorial nominee in Michigan invoked a conspiracy that the Covid-19 pandemic and protests in the summer of 2020 after the killing of George Floyd were part of a decades-long plan by the Democratic Party to "topple" the United States as retaliation for losing the US Civil War, adding that the party wanted to enslave people "again."

Never stick your vote in crazy.
 
2022-10-28 2:21:31 AM  
I can't keep track of all the crazies.
 
2022-10-28 2:21:31 AM  
Somebody should have let these people know about the conspiracy.

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2022-10-28 2:22:35 AM  

Rage Against the Thorazine: Albert911emt: She said what now?   The US lost the Civil War?


I know she's stupid, but come on.

It's even dumber. She's spouting the old 'Confederates were Democrats' bullshiat and claiming the current Democratic party is still butthurt over the Civil War and wants revenge.


Stupidity isn't usually so complex.
 
2022-10-28 2:22:38 AM  
Fart_Machine: "Was it over when the Germans bombed Gettysburg?"

HELL NO!
 
2022-10-28 2:29:33 AM  
"It could be a school nurse that would be giving somebody an abortion without a parent's consent," said Dixon in a July 2022 interview with a local TV network."

WTF?!?
 
2022-10-28 2:30:17 AM  

Rage Against the Thorazine: Albert911emt: She said what now?   The US lost the Civil War?


I know she's stupid, but come on.

It's even dumber. She's spouting the old 'Confederates were Democrats' bullshiat and claiming the current Democratic party is still butthurt over the Civil War and wants revenge.


That's what I thought she said but I was hoping I was wrong. That is an even stupider idea than Tя☭mp wanting to nuke a hurricane!
 
2022-10-28 2:38:40 AM  

Mr. Shabooboo: Fart_Machine: "Was it over when the Germans bombed Gettysburg?"

HELL NO!


Germans?
 
2022-10-28 2:39:41 AM  

Albert911emt: She said what now?   The US lost the Civil War?


I know she's stupid, but come on.


She's projecting. She knows that the Democratic members that would side with the South in ideology joined the Republican Party after the Civil Rights Act was signed into law. That's why Nixon believed the Southern Strategy of coaxing disaffected racist Democratic voters would work.
 
2022-10-28 2:39:58 AM  

a particular individual: Rage Against the Thorazine: Albert911emt: She said what now?   The US lost the Civil War?


I know she's stupid, but come on.

It's even dumber. She's spouting the old 'Confederates were Democrats' bullshiat and claiming the current Democratic party is still butthurt over the Civil War and wants revenge.

Stupidity isn't usually so complex.


Yeah, but this isn't just simple stupidity, this stupidity has been cultivated for generations!
 
2022-10-28 2:41:44 AM  
I agree whole heartedly.  They've been planning it for decades.  Step one was to all switch over to the Republican party back in the late 60s-early 70s and utterly destroy it from the inside.
 
2022-10-28 2:45:53 AM  
Gah.. another race that has no business being this close.
 
2022-10-28 2:48:47 AM  
Republican politicians know they're liars.  They just have an even more cynical view of Republican voters than Democrats do.  And they're right.
 
2022-10-28 2:54:33 AM  
She's only the GOP nominee because of her looks and ability to say crazy shiat.  Pathetic.
 
2022-10-28 2:57:14 AM  
I'm trying to figure out when the DeVos money ran out for ol' Tooter there.  She's been an underdog for so long it's only been the last couple of weeks before I started seeing various yard signs proclaiming her run all over the rural parts of the state.  And they're always with a gaggle of other right-wing rejects as well, which probably means it's part of a gift pack the DeVos Money is handing out to give the appearance they're actually trying this year.

I've already voted against her, but I get the feeling she should have just not bothered with any debates and instead just enjoyed a free ride on the Betsy West Michigan Lunatic Fund until Election Day and then planned where she was going to run and hide to be forgotten about.
 
2022-10-28 3:04:06 AM  
There is NO WAY they could have figured it out...

Unless one of you Farkers is a mole.
 
2022-10-28 3:04:53 AM  
That...doesnt even make sense.
 
2022-10-28 3:05:14 AM  
Tudor Dixon sounds like someone who farks in sports cars.
 
2022-10-28 3:11:31 AM  
FTA:  "Why wouldn't that come from the party that lost the Civil War? The party that wanted to own people because they viewed them as less than human? Do you think that the Democrats are over losing to the north?"

Reality:

Trent Lott, U.S. Senator from Mississippi, is a leading figure in the Neo-Confederate movement. He has had a regular column for several years in the Citizen Informer, a publication of the Council of Conservative Citizens, a neo-Confederate and national organization which is active in defending flags across the south and promoting Confederate activities. He is the spokesperson in the Sons of Confederate Veterans recruiting video and a member.

He was interviewed in the Southern Partisan, [pp. 44, 4th Quarter 1984]. The interviewer asked, "At the Convention of the Sons of Confederate Veterans in Biloxi, Mississippi you made the statement that 'the spirit of Jefferson Davis lives in the 1984 Republican Platform.' What did you mean by that?" Trent Lott responded.

"I think that a lot of the fundamental principles that Jefferson Davis believed in are very important to people across the country, and they apply to the Republican Party. After the War between the States, a lot of Southerners identified with the Democrat Party because of the radical Republicans we had at that time, particularly in the Senate. The South was wedded to that party for years and years and years. But we have seen the Republican Party become more conservative and more oriented toward the traditional family values, the religious values that we hold dear in the South. And the Democratic party is going in the other direction. As a result, more and more of The South's sons, Jefferson Davis' descendants, direct or indirect, are becoming involved with the Republican party. The platform we had in Dallas, the 1984 Republican platform, all the ideas we supported there - from tax policy, to foreign policy; from individual rights, to neighborhood security - are things that Jefferson Davis and his people believed in."

The rest of the article details how Southerners like himself are becoming more influential in the Republican party and his opposition to civil rights legislation for it being unfair to the south and the Martin Luther King holiday.

Phil Gramm, U.S. Senator, Texas; Dick Armey, U.S. Rep., Texas, Jesse Helms, U.S. Senator, North Carolina, and Thad Cochran U.S. Senator from Mississippi have all been interviewed in the Southern Partisan.

https://www.ferris-pages.org/ISAR/Institut/CCC/lott/crawfish.htm


In October 1998 Ashcroft gave an interview to the Southern Partisan magazine in which he lashed out at "revisionists" who make malicious attacks on America's founders, such as charging that George Washington was a racist. (The Q & A's introduction praises Ashcroft as a "jealous defender of national sovereignty against the New World Order.") "Your magazine helps set the record straight," said Ashcroft. "You've got a heritage of doing that, of defending Southern patriots like [Robert E.] Lee, [Stonewall] Jackson and [Jefferson] Davis. Traditionalists must do more. I've got to do more. We've all got to stand up and speak in this respect or else we'll be taught that these people were giving their lives, subscribing their sacred fortunes and their honor to some perverted agenda."

https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2000/12/john-ashcroft-s-rebel-yell.html


Christendom's Last Stand,
by Thomas E. Woods, Jr.

Richard Weaver begins Ideas Have Consequences by admitting that "this is another book about the dissolution of the West." American conservatives have frequently looked to the New Deal for the origins of this more general dissolution, but both of these "great leaps forward" had precedents earlier in U.S. history. The real watershed from which we can trace many of the destructive trends that continue to ravage our civilization today, was the defeat of the Confederate States of America in 1865.

Our so-called intellectual class insists that the war was fought over slavery, pure and simple - an argument which the Southern activist finds himself responding to with a depressing frequency. A similarly myopic approach to history would conclude that America's First War for Independence was fought over a small tax on tea.

Astute observers on both sides of the conflict, in fact, recognized the war less as a clash between two systems of labor than between two kinds of civilization. Southern theologian James Henley Thornwell described the two sides this way: "The parties in this conflict are not merely abolitionists and slave-holders - they are atheists, socialists, communists, red republicans, jacobins on the one side and the friends of order and regulated freedom on the other. In one word, the world is the battleground, Christianity and atheism the combatants, and the progress of humanity is at stake."

This assessment was quite common among Southern theologians. "To the South," wrote Benjamin Morgan Palmer, "is assigned the high position of defending before all nations the cause of all religion and of all truth." Looking back on the conflict, Robert Lewis Dabney, one of the most brilliant of the Southern Presbyterian theologians, agreed that it had fallen to the South to defend eternal truths from the onslaught of an alien ideology. "Providence ordained that the modem rationalism should select as its concrete object of attack our form of society and our rights."

...

So the War Between the States, far from a conflict over mere material interests, was for the South a struggle against an atheistic individualism and an unrelenting rationalism in politics and religion, in favor of a Christian understanding of authority, social order and theology itself. The intelligent Left knows this, and even the incurably stupid, like Carol Moseley-Braun, must at least sense it. For all their ignorant blather about slavery and civil rights, what truly enrages most liberals about the Confederate Battle Flag is its message of defiance. They see in it the remnants of a traditional society determined to resist cultural and political homogenization, and refusing to be steamrolled by the forces of progress.

I have been a Northerner for my entire 24 years. But when we reflect on what was really at stake in the "late unpleasantness," we can join with Alexander Stephens in observing that "the cause of the South is the cause of us all."
-----------
Thomas E. Woods Jr., a founding member of the League of the South, is a doctoral candidate in history at Columbia University in New York City.

http://web.archive.org/web/19991023114339/http://reformed-theology.org/html/issue04/christendom.htm
 
2022-10-28 3:13:52 AM  
She obviously is making the most of her Q-Anon DIY WHARGARBL distortion field generator.
 
2022-10-28 3:24:07 AM  

HighOnCraic: FTA:  "Why wouldn't that come from the party that lost the Civil War? The party that wanted to own people because they viewed them as less than human? Do you think that the Democrats are over losing to the north?"

Reality:

Trent Lott, U.S. Senator from Mississippi, is a leading figure in the Neo-Confederate movement. He has had a regular column for several years in the Citizen Informer, a publication of the Council of Conservative Citizens, a neo-Confederate and national organization which is active in defending flags across the south and promoting Confederate activities. He is the spokesperson in the Sons of Confederate Veterans recruiting video and a member.

He was interviewed in the Southern Partisan, [pp. 44, 4th Quarter 1984]. The interviewer asked, "At the Convention of the Sons of Confederate Veterans in Biloxi, Mississippi you made the statement that 'the spirit of Jefferson Davis lives in the 1984 Republican Platform.' What did you mean by that?" Trent Lott responded.

"I think that a lot of the fundamental principles that Jefferson Davis believed in are very important to people across the country, and they apply to the Republican Party. After the War between the States, a lot of Southerners identified with the Democrat Party because of the radical Republicans we had at that time, particularly in the Senate. The South was wedded to that party for years and years and years. But we have seen the Republican Party become more conservative and more oriented toward the traditional family values, the religious values that we hold dear in the South. And the Democratic party is going in the other direction. As a result, more and more of The South's sons, Jefferson Davis' descendants, direct or indirect, are becoming involved with the Republican party. The platform we had in Dallas, the 1984 Republican platform, all the ideas we supported there - from tax policy, to foreign policy; from individual rights, to neighborhood security - are things that Jefferson Davis and his people believed in."

The rest of the article details how Southerners like himself are becoming more influential in the Republican party and his opposition to civil rights legislation for it being unfair to the south and the Martin Luther King holiday.

Phil Gramm, U.S. Senator, Texas; Dick Armey, U.S. Rep., Texas, Jesse Helms, U.S. Senator, North Carolina, and Thad Cochran U.S. Senator from Mississippi have all been interviewed in the Southern Partisan.

https://www.ferris-pages.org/ISAR/Institut/CCC/lott/crawfish.htm


In October 1998 Ashcroft gave an interview to the Southern Partisan magazine in which he lashed out at "revisionists" who make malicious attacks on America's founders, such as charging that George Washington was a racist. (The Q & A's introduction praises Ashcroft as a "jealous defender of national sovereignty against the New World Order.") "Your magazine helps set the record straight," said Ashcroft. "You've got a heritage of doing that, of defending Southern patriots like [Robert E.] Lee, [Stonewall] Jackson and [Jefferson] Davis. Traditionalists must do more. I've got to do more. We've all got to stand up and speak in this respect or else we'll be taught that these people were giving their lives, subscribing their sacred fortunes and their honor to some perverted agenda."

https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2000/12/john-ashcroft-s-rebel-yell.html


Christendom's Last Stand,
by Thomas E. Woods, Jr.

Richard Weaver begins Ideas Have Consequences by admitting that "this is another book about the dissolution of the West." American conservatives have frequently looked to the New Deal for the origins of this more general dissolution, but both of these "great leaps forward" had precedents earlier in U.S. history. The real watershed from which we can trace many of the destructive trends that continue to ravage our civilization today, was the defeat of the Confederate States of America in 1865.

Our so-called intellectual class insists that the war was fought over slavery, pure and simple - an argument which the Southern activist finds himself responding to with a depressing frequency. A similarly myopic approach to history would conclude that America's First War for Independence was fought over a small tax on tea.

Astute observers on both sides of the conflict, in fact, recognized the war less as a clash between two systems of labor than between two kinds of civilization. Southern theologian James Henley Thornwell described the two sides this way: "The parties in this conflict are not merely abolitionists and slave-holders - they are atheists, socialists, communists, red republicans, jacobins on the one side and the friends of order and regulated freedom on the other. In one word, the world is the battleground, Christianity and atheism the combatants, and the progress of humanity is at stake."

This assessment was quite common among Southern theologians. "To the South," wrote Benjamin Morgan Palmer, "is assigned the high position of defending before all nations the cause of all religion and of all truth." Looking back on the conflict, Robert Lewis Dabney, one of the most brilliant of the Southern Presbyterian theologians, agreed that it had fallen to the South to defend eternal truths from the onslaught of an alien ideology. "Providence ordained that the modem rationalism should select as its concrete object of attack our form of society and our rights."

...

So the War Between the States, far from a conflict over mere material interests, was for the South a struggle against an atheistic individualism and an unrelenting rationalism in politics and religion, in favor of a Christian understanding of authority, social order and theology itself. The intelligent Left knows this, and even the incurably stupid, like Carol Moseley-Braun, must at least sense it. For all their ignorant blather about slavery and civil rights, what truly enrages most liberals about the Confederate Battle Flag is its message of defiance. They see in it the remnants of a traditional society determined to resist cultural and political homogenization, and refusing to be steamrolled by the forces of progress.

I have been a Northerner for my entire 24 years. But when we reflect on what was really at stake in the "late unpleasantness," we can join with Alexander Stephens in observing that "the cause of the South is the cause of us all."
-----------
Thomas E. Woods Jr., a founding member of the League of the South, is a doctoral candidate in history at Columbia University in New York City.

http://web.archive.org/web/19991023114339/http://reformed-theology.org/html/issue04/christendom.htm


Typical liberal hoax.
 
2022-10-28 3:26:53 AM  

Albert911emt: She said what now?   The US lost the Civil War?


I know she's stupid, but come on.


thinkshe's referring to the fact that the south was represented by democrats back then, completely failing to notice the massive political 180 that whole region did afterwards.

Then again I don't think my brain operated on bath salts and absinthe-soaked tampons.
 
2022-10-28 3:29:47 AM  

DoctorCal: HighOnCraic: FTA:  "Why wouldn't that come from the party that lost the Civil War? The party that wanted to own people because they viewed them as less than human? Do you think that the Democrats are over losing to the north?"

Reality:

Trent Lott, U.S. Senator from Mississippi, is a leading figure in the Neo-Confederate movement. He has had a regular column for several years in the Citizen Informer, a publication of the Council of Conservative Citizens, a neo-Confederate and national organization which is active in defending flags across the south and promoting Confederate activities. He is the spokesperson in the Sons of Confederate Veterans recruiting video and a member.

He was interviewed in the Southern Partisan, [pp. 44, 4th Quarter 1984]. The interviewer asked, "At the Convention of the Sons of Confederate Veterans in Biloxi, Mississippi you made the statement that 'the spirit of Jefferson Davis lives in the 1984 Republican Platform.' What did you mean by that?" Trent Lott responded.

"I think that a lot of the fundamental principles that Jefferson Davis believed in are very important to people across the country, and they apply to the Republican Party. After the War between the States, a lot of Southerners identified with the Democrat Party because of the radical Republicans we had at that time, particularly in the Senate. The South was wedded to that party for years and years and years. But we have seen the Republican Party become more conservative and more oriented toward the traditional family values, the religious values that we hold dear in the South. And the Democratic party is going in the other direction. As a result, more and more of The South's sons, Jefferson Davis' descendants, direct or indirect, are becoming involved with the Republican party. The platform we had in Dallas, the 1984 Republican platform, all the ideas we supported there - from tax policy, to foreign policy; from individual rights, to neighborhood security - are things that Jefferson Davis and his people believed in."

The rest of the article details how Southerners like himself are becoming more influential in the Republican party and his opposition to civil rights legislation for it being unfair to the south and the Martin Luther King holiday.

Phil Gramm, U.S. Senator, Texas; Dick Armey, U.S. Rep., Texas, Jesse Helms, U.S. Senator, North Carolina, and Thad Cochran U.S. Senator from Mississippi have all been interviewed in the Southern Partisan.

https://www.ferris-pages.org/ISAR/Institut/CCC/lott/crawfish.htm


In October 1998 Ashcroft gave an interview to the Southern Partisan magazine in which he lashed out at "revisionists" who make malicious attacks on America's founders, such as charging that George Washington was a racist. (The Q & A's introduction praises Ashcroft as a "jealous defender of national sovereignty against the New World Order.") "Your magazine helps set the record straight," said Ashcroft. "You've got a heritage of doing that, of defending Southern patriots like [Robert E.] Lee, [Stonewall] Jackson and [Jefferson] Davis. Traditionalists must do more. I've got to do more. We've all got to stand up and speak in this respect or else we'll be taught that these people were giving their lives, subscribing their sacred fortunes and their honor to some perverted agenda."

https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2000/12/john-ashcroft-s-rebel-yell.html


Christendom's Last Stand,
by Thomas E. Woods, Jr.

Richard Weaver begins Ideas Have Consequences by admitting that "this is another book about the dissolution of the West." American conservatives have frequently looked to the New Deal for the origins of this more general dissolution, but both of these "great leaps forward" had precedents earlier in U.S. history. The real watershed from which we can trace many of the destructive trends that continue to ravage our civilization today, was the defeat of the Confederate States of America in 1865.

Our so-called intellectual class insists that the war was fought over slavery, pure and simple - an argument which the Southern activist finds himself responding to with a depressing frequency. A similarly myopic approach to history would conclude that America's First War for Independence was fought over a small tax on tea.

Astute observers on both sides of the conflict, in fact, recognized the war less as a clash between two systems of labor than between two kinds of civilization. Southern theologian James Henley Thornwell described the two sides this way: "The parties in this conflict are not merely abolitionists and slave-holders - they are atheists, socialists, communists, red republicans, jacobins on the one side and the friends of order and regulated freedom on the other. In one word, the world is the battleground, Christianity and atheism the combatants, and the progress of humanity is at stake."

This assessment was quite common among Southern theologians. "To the South," wrote Benjamin Morgan Palmer, "is assigned the high position of defending before all nations the cause of all religion and of all truth." Looking back on the conflict, Robert Lewis Dabney, one of the most brilliant of the Southern Presbyterian theologians, agreed that it had fallen to the South to defend eternal truths from the onslaught of an alien ideology. "Providence ordained that the modem rationalism should select as its concrete object of attack our form of society and our rights."

...

So the War Between the States, far from a conflict over mere material interests, was for the South a struggle against an atheistic individualism and an unrelenting rationalism in politics and religion, in favor of a Christian understanding of authority, social order and theology itself. The intelligent Left knows this, and even the incurably stupid, like Carol Moseley-Braun, must at least sense it. For all their ignorant blather about slavery and civil rights, what truly enrages most liberals about the Confederate Battle Flag is its message of defiance. They see in it the remnants of a traditional society determined to resist cultural and political homogenization, and refusing to be steamrolled by the forces of progress.

I have been a Northerner for my entire 24 years. But when we reflect on what was really at stake in the "late unpleasantness," we can join with Alexander Stephens in observing that "the cause of the South is the cause of us all."
-----------
Thomas E. Woods Jr., a founding member of the League of the South, is a doctoral candidate in history at Columbia University in New York City.

http://web.archive.org/web/19991023114339/http://reformed-theology.org/html/issue04/christendom.htm

Typical liberal hoax.


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2022-10-28 3:38:42 AM  

fruit flies like a banana: Gah.. another race that has no business being this close.


It's not close.
Michigan is experiencing another blue wave.
 
2022-10-28 3:53:02 AM  
For the past couple of weeks there has been an incredible amount of pure derp coming out of the mouths of GQP candidates. I have actually wondered how these people have survived so long without accidentally killing themselves. By that I mean forks in toasters, drinking bleach, eating mushrooms off the lawn, mixing drugs and alcohol, that kind of thing. It really is astounding how stupid they are.
 
2022-10-28 4:08:18 AM  
I'm waiting for the next accidental slip when they start talking about "getting rid of" people that aren't
or can't be "productive" to the country...Someone once came up with a term for it, "lebensunwertes Leben".
I bet you can figure out who...
 
2022-10-28 4:28:38 AM  
That cannot be a real name. Is she serious with that?
 
2022-10-28 4:29:36 AM  

SumoJeb: Tudor Dixon sounds like someone who farks in sports cars.


Or just the back of a Volkswagen?
 
2022-10-28 4:31:19 AM  
So why are all the former Confederate states predominantly Republican, and why did the last Republican president call Neo nazis "very fine people?"
 
2022-10-28 4:37:59 AM  
I like how CNN tries to justify and normalize a bat-shiat insane person.
This is basically what's wrong.
 
2022-10-28 4:42:16 AM  
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