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  • Mountain Man
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    Originally posted by Gondwanaland View Post

    Remember Zimmerman suddenly becoming a 'white hispanic'?
    And the media deceptively editing the 911 call in a deliberate attempt to make him sound racist.

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  • Gondwanaland
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    Originally posted by rogue06 View Post
    Look at all the blacks and Hispanics who they reflexively refer to as "white supremacists"
    Remember Zimmerman suddenly becoming a 'white hispanic'?

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  • rogue06
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    Originally posted by Ronson View Post

    Leftist heads are so screwed up that they qualify as "brainwashed." Black American + attacking Asians = "white supremacy"? Is there life on Mars?
    Look at all the blacks and Hispanics who they reflexively refer to as "white supremacists"

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  • Ronson
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    Originally posted by Gondwanaland View Post

    Well now, didn't take long for a Black man - whose family said hated Asian people with a passion - shooting a bunch of Korean people, to get blamed on 'white supremacy'.

    The chairwoman of the Congressional Black Caucus, everyone:

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/rep...-suspect-black

    Surprised she didn't throw in "Ultra-MAGA" or something (or are we already moving on to Super Duper Pooper Scooper MAGA?)
    Leftist heads are so screwed up that they qualify as "brainwashed." Black American + attacking Asians = "white supremacy"? Is there life on Mars?

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  • rogue06
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    Originally posted by Starlight View Post
    Video clips here of some of the 400 times that the NY Times identified in Tuckers episodes where he talks about Replacement Theory. In multiple of the video clips there, Tucker explicitly calls it "Replacement Theory", using the words himself, and says "it's true".
    Is he saying that "it's true" that Democrats are supporting open borders for racial reasons -- or for political ones? Stop trying to conflate them.

    As I said, if there was anything of him saying the former was the case, these would run nonstop of CNN and MSNBC, and Carlson would be on suspension and likely looking for a new gig. So what is left are clips of videos where he was talking about the Democrats supporting it because they hope to replenish the voters they are losing because of their radical policies, hoping that people don't notice the difference.

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  • Bill the Cat
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    Originally posted by Starlight View Post
    Video clips here of some of the 400 times that the NY Times identified in Tuckers episodes where he talks about Replacement Theory. In multiple of the video clips there, Tucker explicitly calls it "Replacement Theory", using the words himself, and says "it's true".

    Your pretense that he's not talking about race is shown to be obviously false by the numerous times he talks about neighborhoods not "looking" the same any more. Why do immigrants "look" different? Gee, I wonder.

    I watched an interesting interview several years ago with a member of a prominent neo-nazi family (think it might have been David Duke's family) who didn't share their neo-nazi views. He said his family watches every episode of Tucker twice, the first time to enjoy it, and the second time to study it for clues as to how to enhance their own messaging, because they believed that Tucker was doing white supremacist messaging but doing it far more effectively than they themselves were.

    They don't vote, because new immigrants can't vote until they're citizens which commonly takes 10 years. Illegal immigrants can never vote because they have no path to citizenship.
    You're wrong. New York and the capital of Vermont both let illegals vote in municipal elections.

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  • Starlight
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    Originally posted by NorrinRadd View Post
    Know who hears dog whistles? Dogs. Your hearing is superb.
    It's not a dog whistle. It's a bullhorn. Tucker Carlson's out there shouting it from the most-watched politics show every night. CPAC's meeting at the moment in Hungary, because US conservatives admire the dictatorship there (!!!), and are talking about replacement theory and how to increase the white population of the US.

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  • NorrinRadd
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    Originally posted by Starlight View Post
    See the link I gave seer for 5 minutes of clips from Carlson on the subject. Tucker uses very very thinly veiled euphemisms like "demographic change" and neighborhoods not "looking" the same. It's crystal clear to everyone he's talking about race.
    Know who hears dog whistles? Dogs. Your hearing is superb.

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  • Gondwanaland
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    Originally posted by Gondwanaland View Post
    Interesting, a Black shooter shot up a Korean hairstylist business, wounding 3, and a federal hate crime investigation has been opened up. Anyone think it will get anything close to the amount of coverage of this Buffalo shooting?

    https://abcnews.go.com/US/suspect-ar...ry?id=84776375

    Well now, didn't take long for a Black man - whose family said hated Asian people with a passion - shooting a bunch of Korean people, to get blamed on 'white supremacy'.

    The chairwoman of the Congressional Black Caucus, everyone:

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/rep...-suspect-black



    Dem Rep. Beatty blames White supremacy for Dallas Korean hair salon shooting, but suspect is Black


    The chairwoman of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) blamed White supremacy for last week's shooting at a Dallas Korean hair salon, but the suspect charged with carrying out the attack is Black.

    Rep. Joyce Beatty, D-Ohio, made the claim at a Thursday press conference outside the Capitol that saw House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., in attendance.

    "On Monday, three people in a Korean-owned hair salon in Dallas were gunned by yet another White supremacy replacement theorist," Beatty said to the assembled crowd.

    "We are sick of the pipeline from racist rhetoric to racist violence," Beatty continued.

    In addition to botching the date of the shooting, Beatty got a key detail wrong about the "White supremacy replacement theorist" charged with attacking the Dallas salon: the suspect is Black.

    Jeremy Smith, 37, was booked into the Dallas County jail and is charged with three counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. He allegedly walked into the Hair World Salon on May 11 and opened fire on the seven people inside with a .22 caliber rifle, Dallas Police Chief Eddie Garcia told reporters.

    Smith got off 13 shots before fleeing into a minivan, he said.

    The FBI said it is investigating the shooting as a hate crime. Surveillance video captured Smith's van with specific details and determined it to be a 2004 Honda Odyssey, authorities said.

    An arrest warrant affidavit said Smith drove the minivan with a paper license plate that matched several of the numbers seen by witnesses. He also admitted to being in the area on the day of the shooting, Fox Dallas reported. A vehicle crash that occurred two years ago with an Asian male resulted in him having panic attacks and "delusions" when around people of Asian descent, Garcia said.

    Smith was also fired from his previous job at an Ulta Beauty warehouse for attacking his Asian boss, the document states.

    A spokesperson for the Congressional Black Caucus, which Beatty chairs, told Fox News Digital that the congresswoman's remarks were a staff error and that she condemns racial violence of all kinds.

    Surprised she didn't throw in "Ultra-MAGA" or something (or are we already moving on to Super Duper Pooper Scooper MAGA?)

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  • seer
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    Originally posted by Starlight View Post
    Video clips here of some of the 400 times that the NY Times identified in Tuckers episodes where he talks about Replacement Theory. In multiple of the video clips there, Tucker explicitly calls it "Replacement Theory", using the words himself, and says "it's true".
    First that is exactly what I said, it is political not racial. Replacement theory is a racial. Second, often Trucker is just quoting Democrats and what they saying about the browning of America. Like Biden saying it will be a good thing when whites are in a minority. And in that sense the leftists do want to replace present voters with voters who lean more liberal. That is a fact.

    Your pretense that he's not talking about race is shown to be obviously false by the numerous times he talks about neighborhoods not "looking" the same any more. Why do immigrants "look" different? Gee, I wonder.
    Give me that quote in context. Everything in your link was out of context.


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  • Starlight
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    Originally posted by rogue06 View Post
    Would you be so kind as to find a clip of Carlson linking it to race rather than politics
    See the link I gave seer for 5 minutes of clips from Carlson on the subject. Tucker uses very very thinly veiled euphemisms like "demographic change" and neighborhoods not "looking" the same. It's crystal clear to everyone he's talking about race.

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  • Starlight
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    Originally posted by seer View Post
    That is a lie Star, no where does Tucker make this about race. It is about politics, that the left is importing the poor and uneducated by the millions who will be more dependent on social programs, therefore a solid voting block the liberals. They are importing votes and that should be stopped. If these immigrants voted 80% Republican Pelosi and Schumer would be down there building the wall by hand. And by the way - where exactly did Tucker call it the Replacement Theory besides in quoting Democrats? Be specific please.
    Video clips here of some of the 400 times that the NY Times identified in Tuckers episodes where he talks about Replacement Theory. In multiple of the video clips there, Tucker explicitly calls it "Replacement Theory", using the words himself, and says "it's true".

    Your pretense that he's not talking about race is shown to be obviously false by the numerous times he talks about neighborhoods not "looking" the same any more. Why do immigrants "look" different? Gee, I wonder.

    I watched an interesting interview several years ago with a member of a prominent neo-nazi family (think it might have been David Duke's family) who didn't share their neo-nazi views. He said his family watches every episode of Tucker twice, the first time to enjoy it, and the second time to study it for clues as to how to enhance their own messaging, because they believed that Tucker was doing white supremacist messaging but doing it far more effectively than they themselves were.

    Nope, Latino voters who who have been here for a while are split - how do new Latinos vote?
    They don't vote, because new immigrants can't vote until they're citizens which commonly takes 10 years. Illegal immigrants can never vote because they have no path to citizenship.

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  • rogue06
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    Originally posted by Starlight View Post
    I think you are foolishly and gullibly latching onto selective things in his manifesto and insisting on believing them and taking them at face value because you find them convenient.




    Sorry comrade. He's one of tour fellow travelers.

    It isn't like he's the first leftwing racist


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  • rogue06
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    Originally posted by Starlight View Post
    Not at all. Tucker Carlson has been espousing the ideas of Replacement Theory multiple times per week, and calling it Replacement Theory.
    Would you be so kind as to find a clip of Carlson linking it to race rather than politics, because I haven't seen one that is even straining to make that connection by taking his words out of context on MSNBC and CNN, which I'm sure if existed would get plenty of air time.

    Originally posted by Starlight View Post
    LOL. In your imagination. It's been obvious for ages that the Republicans are the party of the corporate elites and the Dems the party of the working class.
    Fifty years ago you could make that case, but not for the last few decades. I mean you even have folks on the left wanting to make a big deal of Elon Musk announcing he now supports Republicans because it can be used to help counter how the Democrats have become the party of the rich and elitist.

    In recent years the ultra-rich have been supporting the left especially after they discovered that they would offer them protection in exchange for their support -- and become targets if they didn't. A great example of this is Wal-Mart, which for most of its history studiously tried to stay out of politics completely, and became a prime target for liberal vitriol. Then they started supporting a number of liberal causes and the attacks from the left have markedly dropped.

    The ones getting the lion's share of the money from from billionaires, major corporations, foreign contributors this century is actually the Democrats.

    Anywho... I've addressed this multiple times you keep digging this up. For instance...

    Originally posted by rogue06 View Post
    Until relatively recently Republicans enjoyed an advantage in getting support from the ultra-rich but this has flipped. In the last election an examination of the data provided by OpenSecrets found that of the 22 billionaires pumping money into campaigns and causes over half (13) gave money to the left with the remaining 9 donating to conservatives or equally splitting donations between the left and right. And of those giving the most, liberal billionaires easily led the list way outspending conservatives[1].

    If you have any doubts keep in mind how often Bernie sanders blasted Hillary Clintons reliance on the support of the "1%" (it was one of his campaign's biggest themes in the Democratic primaries).

    And the same was true in the 2014 election where the 100 biggest donors during that election cycle gave approximately $174 million to Democrats in comparison to $140 million to Republicans.

    Much of this has been brought up previously when starlight complained about billionaires giving money to Republicans:

    Originally posted by rogue06 View Post
    Not just George Soros (who made much of his money trying to wreck the British economy[1] and convicted of breaking inside trader laws) but James Simons, Peter Lewis and Warren Buffett. And then there are Tom and Jim Steyer.

    Former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid used to rarely let a day go by without wringing his hands about the influence that the Koch brothers supposedly had over the Republican party while remaining silent over the influence that folks like the Steyers wield over Democrats. For instance, in 2014 Tom Steyers gave $5 million to Senate Majority PAC, the pro-Democratic Super PAC run by former Reid aides. The New York Times reported that as of April 2014 "Mr. Steyer and his wife, Kat Taylor, were the top source of super PAC money in the country this election cycle, contributing a total of more than $11 million."

    Steyer offered $100 million to Democrats that promised to support his energy agenda, chiefly blocking the proposed Keystone XL pipeline (which would cost him financially if it were built) but also includes massive new energy taxes and support for various "green energy" schemes that he is invested in.

    But its only Republicans who have a problem with billionaire donors








    1. Even liberal economic icon Paul Krugman has been highly critical of how Soros gets wealthy wrecking economies and financial markets writing "[N]obody who has read a business magazine in the last few years can be unaware that these days there really are investors who not only move money in anticipation of a currency crisis, but actually do their best to trigger that crisis for fun and profit. These new actors on the scene do not yet have a standard name; my proposed term is 'Soroi'."














    1. The two top liberal donors in 2016 each gave more money than all the conservative donors did combined! Tom Steyer gave in excess of $11 million (and gave a whopping $74 million in 2014) and has pledged to spend at least another $50 million whereas the top conservative donor contributed a comparatively paltry $2.5 million.
    Last edited by rogue06; 05-20-2022, 01:12 PM.

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  • seer
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    Originally posted by Starlight View Post
    Not at all. Tucker Carlson has been espousing the ideas of Replacement Theory multiple times per week, and calling it Replacement Theory.
    That is a lie Star, no where does Tucker make this about race. It is about politics, that the left is importing the poor and uneducated by the millions who will be more dependent on social programs, therefore a solid voting block the liberals. They are importing votes and that should be stopped. If these immigrants voted 80% Republican Pelosi and Schumer would be down there building the wall by hand. And by the way - where exactly did Tucker call it the Replacement Theory besides in quoting Democrats? Be specific please.

    Since Black voters are much more reliably Democratic than Latino voters, if the Dems were actually deciding to import voters, surely they would be far more sensible importing more Africans?
    Nope, Latino voters who who have been here for a while are split - how do new Latinos vote?
    Last edited by seer; 05-20-2022, 08:28 AM.

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