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3 ups, 2m,
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He's not drinking their Kool-Aid
2 ups, 2m,
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But he's dumb AF.
3 ups, 2m,
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Unlike a democrat? Let’s be fair, those are some of the dumbest people alive. They got an experimental vaccination for a free burger and fries.. a $7.99 dollar meal for a genetic bio-weapon disguised as a vaccine.

That takes a ‘special’ kind of someone… if you catch my drift.
0 ups, 2m
But your hero Donnie was involved in that as the brainwashed sheep keep telling us "Remember Operation Warp Speed"? Calling someone dumb while supporting a two time impeached two time loser is hysterical. Especially how dumb as bricks Trump is. Dude can't even say the word origins. Or Thailand. Or Yosemite. It takes a special kind of someone to ignore every single sign of how corrupt Trump is but here you are!
1 up, 2m,
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"a genetic bio-weapon disguised as a vaccine"

And you call other people stupid? If it's a weapon, it's the least-effective weapon ever created.
3 ups, 2m,
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Yeah, so I’m going to break this down for you nice and slow.

This is stage one - designed to weaken your body. Now your immune system is far weaker, shit some of you’ll die to the common cold and the flu. Oh well -

Wait for stage two.

Again, it’s all a “conspiracy theory”, until it comes true right? And boy have they been coming true. Hang in there, it’s going to be a very shocking life for you.
0 ups, 2m,
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You say the vaccine is intentionally designed to weaken the immune system. How do you actually know that? Where is your evidence that that's what it was designed to do?
1 up, 2m
Well it sure wasn’t designed to prevent Covid, now was it? It’s failing miserably.

You can listen to Dr. David LV Bauer speak on how the vaccine impacts your natural antibodies and immunity here:

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/video/coronavirus/video-2433559/Dr-David-Bauer-Pfizer-vaccine-produces-fewer-key-antibodies.html

If you’d like to read how the spike proteins are having severe negative effects on women and pretty much leaving them sterilized - you can read the study here. Weapons come in all forms - even ones that reduce population via other means.

https://www.scribd.com/document/487083552/Wodarg-Yeadon-EMA-Petition-Pfizer-Trial-FINAL-01DEC2020-en-Unsigned-With-Exhibits
1 up, 2m,
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none of that happens, the vaccine may ave side effects, but they last for 2 days then go away
2 ups, 2m,
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OH ONLY TWO DAYS WORTH OF SIDE EFFECTS, DOCTOR?

So I’m assuming that you’ve already completed your long term studies into the effects of the vaccine? Yeah - these are the side effects you DONT see. Like the blood clots, for example.
1 up, 2m,
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blood clots are a side effect, but not very common. all vaccines will have potential side effects, that's the way it is and there is no way around it. also, if you get a blood clot just go to the doctor so they can help you. sure people might die, but that's gonna happen no matter how good the vaccine is. remember, nothing is perfect.
1 up, 2m
Exactly, so I’ll be sure to take my chances without the vaccine. And again - this is none of the governments business.
0 ups, 2m
*have
2 ups, 2m,
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Speaking of “least-effective”.. let’s talk about that ‘vaccine’… people are still getting and spreading Covid with it. You really believe it’s primary focus is to prevent Covid? If it is, someone needs to lose their job because it isn’t working.
1 up, 2m,
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that is because the vaccine is experimental. also even though people with the vaccine are spreading it, they are not spreading it as much as people who are no vaccinated.
1 up, 2m,
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Bingo - you nailed it. It’s experimental and therefore should not be forced onto the public without appropriate testing.
0 ups, 2m,
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while i do agree this vaccine was a bit rushed, scientists did not have much of a choice, the public was tired of covid and violating all the precautions everyone needs to take to keep everyone safe, it was madness, people were not wearing masks, people were losing their jobs, small businesses were falling apart and more people were dying. so, the realized the vaccine in opes people would get and then go back to normal, and the people weren't going crazy. that is why the vaccine was rushed.
1 up, 2m,
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Only one thing is guilty of job loss, businesses failing - it’s big government. Regardless of how one feels of the vaccine - NOBODY under any circumstance should be forced into an untested and useless vaccine. Even if it worked 100% of the time - government has no right or authority to force it.
0 ups, 2m,
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i agree with you, forcing a vaccine is bad,, but at one point we should all get it.
1 up, 2m
Herd immunity will kick it soon enough and Fauci will have to fund another virus. It’s just another step towards globalization.
0 ups, 2m
Fauci did not fund covid-19, are you really going to believe that conspiracy theory? most all pandemics come from someone eating a sick animal and or something similar. also, when has a conspiracy theory been correct, never, so why believe a dodgy theory some guy thought of. also, just because someone from your political party says something totally random does not mean you should trust it. i honestly don't understand how people trust such things so easily.
0 ups, 2m,
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The number of people who are getting Covid who have been vaccinated is way lower than the number of people who are getting Covid who have not been vaccinated. That's not even up for debate. That's just a fact.

Using your line of reasoning, seatbelts are completely useless because some people who have been wearing seatbelts have still died in car accidents.
1 up, 2m,
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Doesn’t matter; if you really want to use the “seatbelt” argument - I believe that should also be a personal choice. Government has no right to step in and tell you what’s best for YOUR health and force it upon you. At best they can make recommendations based on findings, nothing more.

At this rate I find anything from Fauci, the NIH, the CDC and the WH questionable at best. They’ve been making decisions based on what’s best for special interests - not the people who they supposedly work for.
1 up, 2m,
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"You don’t need to say it - it’s the liberal mindset"

There is no "liberal mindset". Not all liberals think the same thing about every issue.

"It has been removed from Congress and government"

The United States of America has a secular government. Religion was never supposed to be in Congress or the government in the first place.

"it’s been removed from schools and places of work"

I don't know what you mean by that. Every company has their own policies regarding religious expression, but public schools are run by the government so they cannot endorse religion. But students are not prohibited from praying or reading the Bible or anything like that in their free time. I went to a public high school and there were copies of the Bible in the school library. So how is it being removed from schools?

"Now it’s under attack because “Covid” - so close the churches"

Religion is not under attack because of Covid, places of worship had to close to prevent the spread of the disease. And it wasn't just churches; temples and mosques and synagogues had to follow the same rules as well. Except for some devout Jews in New York City, people of other religions didn't complain anywhere near as much as Christians. You singled out churches as if only churches had to close and everything else was allowed to stay open.

Christians have had things done their way in this country for so long, a lot of them confuse equality for oppression now that they're being treated just like everyone else. They think they should have special treatment and not have to follow the same rules as other people just because they follow a certain set of religious beliefs which they think supersede American law and the Constitution.
0 ups, 2m,
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Except that America was founded on Judeo-Christian values and if you knew much about American history you’d know there is a reason one states “.. so help me God” in the presidential oath. You’d also know that Congress would start every session with prayer.

But, the Godless believe their feelings are more important than preservation of a nation. Pathetic in my opinion - as if the world spins just for them. Unfortunately for those that believe they are the center of the Galaxy - they will learn there is something much larger and greater than they will ever be.
0 ups, 2m,
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"Except that America was founded on Judeo-Christian values"

Like what, exactly?

"You’d also know that Congress would start every session with prayer."

I do know that, and I don't believe they should. But thankfully at least it's not always a Christian prayer.

"But, the Godless believe their feelings are more important than preservation of a nation"

That is absurd and absolutely false. Name one single atheist who has ever said that.

"Pathetic in my opinion - as if the world spins just for them"

Yeah, because it's atheists controlling everything in this country, right?

"Unfortunately for those that believe they are the center of the Galaxy - they will learn there is something much larger and greater than they will ever be."

Once again that is absurd and absolutely false. I've never met a single atheist who thinks they are the center of the universe. In fact you're getting it completely backwards, it's Christians who used to believe that Earth was quite literally the physical center of the universe, and that the entire cosmos was made specially for humans. Many Christians used to believe that, and some still do. I don't know any atheist who has ever said that.

If God exists, he certainly hasn't made that known to me. The only people who have ever told me about God or Jesus are other humans, never God or Jesus himself.
0 ups, 2m
Really? You mean besides the mention in both the presidential oath, an oath you swear to in the court of law, AND the daily prayer once held in Congress? Well, the Declaration of Independence which mentions God numerous times throughout - and although our constitution does not - if you combine each individual states constitution, you’d get approximately 200 mentions of “God”.

Again, America was made to practice- or not practice - whatever religion you want as a free people. But that doesn’t take away the clear fact that this nation is and I quote: “one nation, under God”. Which is again - in our pledge of Allegiance to our great country.

You can deny it because of hurt feelings - doesn’t make it any less true. The fact is there and will remain there.
0 ups, 2m,
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"...an oath you swear to in the court of law..."

Nobody is required to say that part of the oath in court

"Well, the Declaration of Independence which mentions God numerous times throughout"

It mentions a creator, not the god of the Bible specifically.

"But that doesn’t take away the clear fact that this nation is and I quote: “one nation, under God”. Which is again - in our pledge of Allegiance to our great country."

You are aware that the "under God" part of the pledge wasn't in the original pledge, which, by the way, was written by a Christian socialist?

"You can deny it because of hurt feelings - doesn’t make it any less true. The fact is there and will remain there"

Hurt feelings has nothing to do with it. I actually care about what the Constitution says, and it prohibits Congress from establishing a religion. And the Supreme Court has ruled that that extends to the entire government.

So like I asked earlier, can you name any atheist who has said that their feelings are more important than the preservation of the country? Or that they are the most important thing in the galaxy?

I notice you also didn't give any examples of how religion was being "taken out of schools" or workplaces.
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https://www.adl.org/education/resources/tools-and-strategies/religion-in-public-schools/curriculum

An appeals court ruled that teacher-led recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance in public schools is unconstitutional.

“Dr. Newdow had argued that his daughter’s First Amendment rights were infringed because she has been forced to “watch and listen as her state-employed teacher in her state-run school leads her classmates in a ritual proclaiming that there is a God, and that ours is ‘one nation under God.'””

https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/pledge-of-allegiance/

The Civil Rights Act of 1964 and applies to freedom from religious discrimination, accommodation, and hostile work environment matters in both public and private workplaces.
0 ups, 2m,
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I have no problem with religion being taught in public schools in the context of history and culture. When I was in junior high we learned about Christianity and Islam, and in community college I took a class on comparative religion which I found fascinating.

"An appeals court ruled that teacher-led recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance in public schools is unconstitutional"

I can see why
0 ups, 2m
I can too - because Godlessness will always win. Evil will fight tooth and nail to remove the word ‘God’ from everything.

You can say that is some tinfoil hat shit or whatever - but we can see it clear as day. But luckily we see something else, too. A great awakening is coming to the United States and God will be great again despite the hate and loathing of the left.
0 ups, 2m,
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Yeah, not any more. It was:

"Do you swear to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth so help you God?"

As far as the Declaration of Independence is concerned - it was written for free people to acknowledge and accept it with no prejudice against others and their religion - or lack there of. Because the nation was founded upon Judeo-Christ values - it’s pretty clear cut. For deniers or those who choose to accept whatever god they believe exists doesn’t change the nature of the founding documents - just let’s someone interpret them as they please. Which you are free to do.
0 ups, 2m,
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"Since an oath by definition is to basically make a promise to God and/or a Superior being"

That's not a necessary part of the definition

"And if you don’t believe in a Superior being - perhaps that’s the problem. How can one even trusted to tell the truth when they narcissistically believe they are superior and hold no weight above themselves?"

That's your mistake right there, and it's a common one. You think that atheists think they are superior to everything and everyone else. That's not even remotely true. Atheism has nothing whatsoever to do with narcissism. And to assume that people who don't believe in God can't be trusted to tell the truth is just a reflection of your own ignorance and bigotry.
0 ups, 2m
“.. a solemn usually formal calling upon God or a god to witness to the truth of what one says or to witness that one sincerely intends to do what one says.”

Again, upon God OR a god. Else, what good is an oath?

Whatever you say. Can’t convince you to have faith - you either find it or you don’t.
0 ups, 2m,
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In your opinion, do you believe someone who doesn't believe in God should be required to say an oath that mentions God?
0 ups, 2m
Since an oath by definition is to basically make a promise to God and/or a Superior being - yes. And if you don’t believe in a Superior being - perhaps that’s the problem. How can one even trusted to tell the truth when they narcissistically believe they are superior and hold no weight above themselves?
0 ups, 2m,
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"because Godlessness will always win. Evil will fight tooth and nail to remove the word ‘God’ from everything."

You don't like me saying religion is evil, and you say godlessness is evil? And if "godlessness will always win", that doesn't say very much about your god

"A great awakening is coming to the United States and God will be great again despite the hate and loathing of the left."

No one is stopping you from exercising your freedom of religion, although your god isn't great anyway.
0 ups, 2m,
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You can say whatever you want to - I still believe in freedom of speech.. or what’s left of it anyways.

They are - you wouldn’t see it though as you are not religious yourself. Christianity could disappear tomorrow and you’d have no idea. That’s the saddest part of it.

My God is a great God. I don’t even need to argue it. Most that live without knowing his love live very sad, unproductive, and nearly pointless lives. It’s probably a very strong reason why the left is so miserable - even after “winning” an election. It will never be enough for those - so they strive for more power - just to find it not enough again.

God has given me everything I need - and more. Perhaps if you had a little faith you’d live a much happier life too.
0 ups, 2m
"Christianity could disappear tomorrow and you’d have no idea"

I listen to conservatives Christian radio almost every single day. I guarantee I would notice.

"Most that live without knowing his love live very sad, unproductive, and nearly pointless lives"

That's bullshit. You have a way to demonstrate that 50%+ of non-Christians live "very sad, unproductive, and nearly pointless lives"?

"It’s probably a very strong reason why the left is so miserable"

We aren't. The liberals I know are quite happy.

"God has given me everything I need - and more. Perhaps if you had a little faith you’d live a much happier life too."

I have everything I need without a god. I provide for myself through hard work. And my life has a lot of happiness in it.
1 up, 2m,
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"if you really want to use the “seatbelt” argument - I believe that should also be a personal choice"

Except not wearing a seatbelt doesn't just affect you. If there's an accident and you fly out of the windshield or fly around inside the car, you could injure somebody else

"Government has no right to step in and tell you what’s best for YOUR health and force it upon you"

To an extent it does
1 up, 2m,
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Sure, that’s a risk taken. Again, the government has no right to interfere. And no, the government has zero authority to do so. They work for us - not the other way around. No man on this earth is higher than I - we are all equal husks put on this planet together. If another man thinks they can decide my life for me - good for them - but they cannot. They can pretend to have all the power on this rock. This life is nothing more than a waiting room for something far more grand for those that believe in it. Unfortunately the good have to share it with the bad - the ones that would do anything to obtain ultimate power and control over others at all costs. Sad.
0 ups, 2m,
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I said that religion is evil. Where did I say that I want to take anybody's freedoms our rights away? I support freedom of religion for everybody, whether they're religious or not.
0 ups, 2m
You don’t need to say it - it’s the liberal mindset. Because it is “evil” it must be removed. It has been removed from Congress and government.. it’s been removed from schools and places of work. Now it’s under attack because “Covid” - so close the churches - but other things can remain open, like strip clubs.
0 ups, 2m,
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"Again, the government has no right to interfere. And no, the government has zero authority to do so. They work for us - not the other way around"

So does a doctor, does that mean a doctor can't tell you what's best for you?

"This life is nothing more than a waiting room for something far more grand for those that believe in it."

Then why care about this life at all?
0 ups, 2m
Correct, hence why visiting a doctor is a service. If they tell you to quit smoking or drinking for you health - you can listen, but don’t need to. The government however, would find a way to remove those options for you. This is what happens when government gets too big.

Many don’t. I, however, don’t want my kids growing up in some Orwellian nightmare full of big democrat control - or a world where religion is “evil”. The two things the left is working on right now.
0 ups, 2m,
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Religion is already evil
0 ups, 2m
There it is. Which is why people like me ‘care’. It’s about protecting what’s left of it while I can - while you crazies try to take freedoms and rights away from those that choose to believe.
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0 ups, 2m
Wow I must have truly triggered the whiny GQP (Grand Qanon Party!) if there are 39 comments. I have to spell it out since one person questioned me on my spelling and called me an idiot but has no issue when someone tweeted about hamberders or meeting the prince of Whales. Because hypocrisy!
0 ups, 2m
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