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Discussed this already.

Not my issue if you didn't get the irony and sarcasm of it.
How about you start a protest about the Capitol Police shooting an unarmed woman.

I'm sure no one's thought of that before.
Why aren't people in the streets demanding answers?

Why aren't people out there protesting the Capitol Police?

I mean, come on, the shooting of an unarmed woman should be an instant call to action.
Nope not discussed you just said I or conservatives should demand mob justice
 
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Nope not discussed you just said I or conservatives should demand mob justice

I said you should protest the shooting as that's what others are doing if it was so unfair.

That's not mob justice.

Maybe not sarcasm, but considering this is exactly what BLM is about - the unlawful shooting of people - I was trying to connect the dots for you.

Pretty sure I stated it elsewhere though - no sympathy from me, this woman went to the capitol, unlawfully entered congress, did NOT back off when told to and when the gun came out she still didn't back off...

Don't want to get shot, don't do a crime.
 

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I said you should protest the shooting as that's what others are doing if it was so unfair.

That's not mob justice.

Maybe not sarcasm, but considering this is exactly what BLM is about - the unlawful shooting of people - I was trying to connect the dots for you.

Pretty sure I stated it elsewhere though - no sympathy from me, this woman went to the capitol, unlawfully entered congress, did NOT back off when told to and when the gun came out she still didn't back off...

Don't want to get shot, don't do a crime.
Protesting and rioting for a wanted outcome is not mob justice?

We just witnessed mob justice in Minnesota over your same argument
 
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Protesting and rioting for a wanted outcome is not mob justice?

We just witnessed mob justice in Minnesota over your same argument

That's assuming you equal protesting and rioting as the same thing.

I don't hold that belief. They are two very different things, first of which is one is legal and a right, the other is not.

And no, you didn't witness mob justice in Minnesota, unless you, again, want to look at it that way. Which you obviously do. And that's on your ignorance, not anyone else's.
 

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That's assuming you equal protesting and rioting as the same thing.

I don't hold that belief. They are two very different things, first of which is one is legal and a right, the other is not.

And no, you didn't witness mob justice in Minnesota, unless you, again, want to look at it that way. Which you obviously do. And that's on your ignorance, not anyone else's.
It was the very definition of one Unless Chauvin was found guilty (if you payed attention to the trial the prosecutors didn't provide the burden of proof) they were going to burn the country down and because of it (mark my words) the Chauvin conviction will be overturned. IMO a deal was struck to appease the mob, Chauvin's lack of expression on the verdict kinda gave it away.

 
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Anyone with half a brain on this issue knew it was coming.

If you didn't think it was you weren't paying attention.

Doesn't mean it'll work or Chauvin wasn't guilty. The SOB was guilty AF.
Guilty of what? Not capitulating to the mob?

Never seen this in the MSM did you?



Check out the George Floyd thread in hot topics to get yourself caught up
 
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