MarkusT123

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markust123 wrote:
5cats or fancylad, are we going to get a retraction on this one? It sure would be nice. 
markust123 wrote:
5cats, "Thanks for the link! That's the first report (other than from Wilson) I've seen from either the mother or the widow. Not saying there have been none, but I haven't seen any until this.

Is it any wonder that you haven't seen a report like this? For the last 10+ years, what you have been watching, reading and listening to has had an active campaign to falsely discredit the actual news. I bet you have heard or read the term "MSM" in a negative light over 100K times. No one could walk away from that without being affected. It's simple brainwashing. The only way they can get you to believe their bullshit is to discredit news agencies that actually seek out the truth. This post full of misinformation is proof of how well it is working.
markust123 wrote:
5cats, "Anyhow, other witnesses who heard the entire conversation have ALL said Trump said nothing disrespectful at all. To any widow."

That's not true either. David Johnson's mother, who was in the car, confirmed that she heard the same thing that Wilson is saying, and that she felt Trump disrespected her son and their family. She also said this about her daughter-in-law's call, "She was crying the whole time, and when she hung up the phone, she looked at me and said, 'He didn't even remember his name.'"

That is from an article in The Washington Examiner - a right leaning newspaper.

You really should retract this post as nothing you claim in it is true.
markust123 wrote:
To be fair I do think this whole thing was blown way out of proportion. President Trump was trying to console Myeisha Johnson. He just royally screwed up what John Kelly told him when Trump asked what he should say to the families:

"The chief of staff told Mr. Trump that there wasn't anything he could do to lighten the burden on the families, and he went on to relate what Gen. Joseph Dunford, his closest friend, told him when his son was killed: "'He was doing exactly what he wanted to do when he was killed. He knew what he was getting into," Kelly said, "by joining that 1 percent. He knew what the possibilities were because we're at war. And when he died -- in the four cases we're talking about, Niger, and my son's case in Afghanistan -- when he died, he was surrounded by the best men on this Earth: his friends."
markust123 wrote:
You talk about fake stories yet there is so much misinformation in your post it should require a retraction:

5cats, "Congresswoman Wilson came out with her snippet, out of context, 'quote' to attack Trump? She was not acting on behalf of the widow, Natasha De Alencar."

The widow that Wilson was driving in the car with was Myeisha Johnson not Natasha De Alencar (the woman in your video).

5cats, "But facts are another matter, and it turns out the widow is not complaining, she is praising Trump for his call. And she's released a recording of it to end this fake news, this nothing burger."

Again that is another widow, Natasha De Alencar, not Myeisha Johnson. Saying it in the title, the subtitle and three more times in the post does not make it true.

5cats, "In fact Wilson is a hideous ghoul using a fallen soldier to make political hay."

Wilson has been a close friend of the Johnson family for years. She was also a mentor to their son who died. That is why she was in the car with the family. David Johnson's death was extremely personal to her. She never should have repeated what the president said but sometimes you say stupid emotional things during grief.

5cats, "How many fake stories does it take before people notice the pattern here: invent fake story, attack, distract, then forget about it when the facts come to light. By then there's always a new story, even if they have to invent it from whole cloth."

You should take your own advice since your post is filled with misinformation.
markust123 wrote:
captkangaroo if you quote Nazi propaganda, denounce "Jews" and call for ethnic cleansing, you're a nazi in my book. I'll call him a White Supremacist if you prefer. But Richard Spencer is too much of a pussy for that open of a term. He prefers identitarian or the even sneakier Alt-Right. 
markust123 wrote:
casaledana I was talking about the stupid argument I have been hearing for the last month how the Nazi's were the only ones who had permits to march.
markust123 wrote:
This is impossible. They are peaceful citizens just exercising their right to free speech. They have permits. Permits!
markust123 wrote:
Buzz Aldrin punching a conspiracy theorist in his disrespectful face:

markust123 wrote:
captkangaroo You're going to get stupid real fast if you go through life only relying on the first definition in the dictionary.
markust123 wrote:
melcervini Awesome.
markust123 wrote:
I wish no one had shown up except the cops. That would have been hilarious and so embarrassing for this needy nazi. But asking that college students don't protest is pretty much an impossibility.
markust123 wrote:
This really should be titled "Local Fox News..."  There is a huge difference between the local Fox News channel and the partisan propaganda machine that is Fox News on cable. You know a cable news show is bad when they have to repeatedly tell you it's "Fair and Balanced". That's like a shitty restaurant with "Good Food" on their sign.
markust123 wrote:
daegog, "...leader of whatever monk warrior is" 

Derptheoristan
markust123 wrote:
fancylad, I wish you would do these all in pages not single forward clicks. It takes forever for the next picture to show up. I pretty much always give up halfway through. Clicking through three or four page views is sooooo much easier than single clicks.
markust123 wrote:
melcervini Here's the problem. As soon as you pull out your gun during a terrorist situation the cops are going to shoot you thinking you are part of the threat. If they don't shoot you, other civilians with guns will, thinking you are the threat. Then you will start shooting back at that person, making more people with guns fire on you two. All the while you are putting all the people around you in more danger of being killed. And if one of those people does get accidentally killed you will go to jail. Jake Owen's security team ran into this very issue during the Las Vegas shooting. They had guns but felt helpless to use them out for fear of being misidentified as a shooter.
markust123 wrote:
holygod My opinion is that the rise in militias groups during Obama's presidency was mostly based on fear. The fear of not being in charge. The fear of the government. The fear of having your guns taken away. "Patriot" and Militia groups numbers also rose greatly during Clinton's presidency and dropped dramatically during Bush's. 

Racism is a whole different issue. Hate group numbers skyrocketed during Obama's presidency, in numbers we haven't seen in decades.
markust123 wrote:
holygod I don't think he's really looking into it. The only person who can run a script against the database is Sunny yet Fancy said he was going to look himself:

"I'm going to poke around tonight. Sunny's site architecture isn't like normal platform where IP addresses are easy to search, it's even a chore for me. That's why if anyone says they have IP addresses for IAB, the person who said that is either Sunny, or lying."
markust123 wrote:
I was going to send this one in. These kids blew me away. My graduation class was 109 people. There wasn't enough talent in our school to fill even the main four characters. 
markust123 wrote:
melcervini If you really want to help during natural disasters why don't you volunteer for the Red Cross. They will gladly train you. 
markust123 wrote:
trimble, "Where do you get your bullshit from?"

Back then I was getting my bullshit from the partisan left bubble. So glad I got out of that negative environment.
markust123 wrote:
trimble That was a stupid enough thing for Obama to promise why did you feel the need to add "on day one"? Is it because Trump actually said he would start building the wall on day one? Not start planning but start physically building it. 
markust123 wrote:
trimble Obama never promised to bring the troops home on day one. Where are you getting this bullshit?
markust123 wrote:
Here is what President Obama was doing at this same time in his presidency:

Shortly after midnight on October 28th, 2009, President Obama landed at Dover Air Force Base to greet the flag-draped coffins of 18 Americans killed in action. He was then driven to a base chapel, where he met privately with families of the fallen Americans.

The President wanted to witness firsthand the reality of war before meeting the next day with the Joint Chiefs of Staff and other military leaders to discuss whether to send more troops to Afghanistan. Link
markust123 wrote:
monkwarrior Well, there's your problem. A lie repeated over and over only becomes truth if repeated by a TRUSTED source.