'The worst president we have ever seen. Period'

Tecumsehsbones

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Upon doing a little reading up on Andrew Jackson recently I got the impression he was loved by some while deplored by others. Sometimes it's a matter of "whose ox you are trying to gore", as Davy Barrett was wont to say. :)
You could say the same of Hitler.
 

Danbones

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Oh gawd, not the Hitler thing again...( might as well thro Hitlary in there too!)
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...especially when you consider Winston Churchhill was a founding father of the EU that Britain just brexited from...you might as well throw him in there as well, being such a good buddy of Stalin and I guess antifa too...

You know, the antifah that face book just banned because they are no longer needed...now that the capitol riots are done.
 
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I mean the fact that he literally kept copies of Hitler speeches probably doesn't mean anything...
 

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Oh you are such a LIAR!!!​

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'Let's Burn This Sh*t Down': BLM Activist Arrested After Attending Capitol Riots​


But that's what LOLYERS do I guess when they aren't out chasing Hearses.

Flashback 2020: Six Months of Antifa/BLM Looting, Rioting, and Chaos



Posted by Stacey Matthews Saturday, January 9, 2021 at 12:00pm
If there is any “two systems of justice” situation here, it’s that there are one set of rules for right-wing rioters and none for left-wing rioters who terrorized entire communities for months on end in 2020.
That is why tecumshe is a liar , listening to her is as accurate as CNN .
 
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Danbones

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HaHa, wouldn't that be "Layer", if your Dik is Ummm...Hard.
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Oh Oooops, that comment would be referring to her Dik... My mistake, sorry, I got my pronouns mixed up.

Carry on.
 

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Will Biden pressure them to stop on going investigations?


A multi-agency investigation in Southern California led to the recovery of 33 children who had been missing, including eight who were sexually exploited, the FBI announced Friday.

Two of the children were rescued multiple times during Operation “Lost Angels.” They were apparently on the “track,” a term used to describe a known location for sex trafficking, officials explained.

The investigation began on Jan. 11, during Human Trafficking Awareness Month. More than two dozen agencies participated, including the Los Angeles police and sheriff’s departments, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, the California Department of Child and Family Services and nongovernmental victim advocacy organizations.

“Several other victims located had been sexually exploited in the past and were considered vulnerable missing children prior to their recovery,” the FBI said in a news release.

One suspected human trafficker was arrested on state charges. In addition, some of the minors were arrested on suspicion of probation violations, robbery and other misdemeanors, and one child was the victim of a noncustodial parental kidnapping, officials said.

Authorities did not elaborate on where the victims were located, nor did they provide any additional information on the suspect.

Officials say the caseload for sex and labor trafficking-related crimes has “increased significantly” in the last several years.

Last year, the FBI initiated 665 human trafficking investigations across the country, resulting in the arrests of 473 people, officials said. And as of November, there were more than 1,800 pending trafficking investigations, including those involving minors exploited through commercial sex trafficking.

The FBI leads 86 child exploitation and human trafficking task forces in the U.S., and participates in anti-trafficking coordination teams in 12 offices, including in Los Angeles.

“Human trafficking is a pervasive and insidious crime that threatens the safety of our young people, who are the future of our communities,” LAPD Chief Michel Moore said in a statement. “We can only begin to take back the future of our youth with the strong partnerships forged between outstanding service providers and law enforcement.”

The FBI will work to ensure the victims are provided with any resources they may need, including medical requirements, legal services, housing, employment, education, job training and child care, officials said.
 

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Two leaders with a notorious nationwide gang were sentenced to decades in prison this week, the Justice Department announced on Friday.

Gangster Disciples leaders Shauntay Craig and Donald Glass — known as "Shake" and "Smurf," respectively — received lengthy sentences for racketeering conspiracy involving murder among other charges, the Justice Department said in a press release.

Craig received 40 years in prison, while Glass received a life sentence plus 120 months.

"As leaders of the Gangster Disciples, these defendants terrorized communities across the country by engaging in, and ordering others to engage in, multiple acts of violence, including murder," said Nicholas McQuaid, the acting assistant attorney general of the department's criminal division.

"The significant sentences imposed upon defendant Craig for his national leadership role in the gang, and defendant Glass for his creation of an army of teenagers who shot and killed indiscriminately, demonstrate that even the most sophisticated and ruthless gangs are no match for the coordinated efforts of federal, state, and local law enforcement," McQuaid added.
 

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