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https://www.msn.com/en-US/news/politics/failed-gop-candidate-who-ranted-about-rigged-election-arrested-for-shootings-at-dem-officials-homes/ar-AA16pYCX?ocid=sapphireappshare

 

"The most recent shooting occurred on January 3rd, reports the Albuquerque Journal, when "shots rang out at state Rep. Linda Lopez’s home and three bullets went through her daughter’s bedroom as the 10-year-old slept."

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8 minutes ago, Al Bundy's Napoleon Hand said:

https://www.msn.com/en-US/news/politics/failed-gop-candidate-who-ranted-about-rigged-election-arrested-for-shootings-at-dem-officials-homes/ar-AA16pYCX?ocid=sapphireappshare

 

"The most recent shooting occurred on January 3rd, reports the Albuquerque Journal, when "shots rang out at state Rep. Linda Lopez’s home and three bullets went through her daughter’s bedroom as the 10-year-old slept."

Just reading his twitter feed and all his replies…. Yikes

 

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5 minutes ago, Ted Lange said:

Just reading his twitter feed and all his replies…. Yikes

 

5 times, eh?  

2017-2021.  It was the best of times (for him).  It was the worst of times (for us).  It wasn't the age of wisdom.  It was the age of foolishness.  It was the epoch of disbelief.  It was the epoch of incredulity.  It was the season of no light.  It was the season of Darkness.  

A tale of two Americas.  One of progress and hope.  One of stupidity and cruelty.  

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Do these people seem good at counting to you?  

I'm still fucking amazed at somebody letting Trump call up Georgia Sec. of State and cite the exact number 11,780 of votes.  I mean, he'll get away with it.  But nobody told him to just say 12,000?  That'd be like an undercover DEA agent asking for the distributor to send over precisely 28.5 grams of meth, which is when selling becomes a distributing felony.  Not 25, not 30, but 28.5  

Sometimes I wonder how Trump bankrupted the same 'dealer-must-stay-on-soft-17' casino.  Twice.  Then I think of shit like this.  

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The authorities in Albuquerque said on Monday that a former Republican candidate who lost his bid for a State House seat in November had been arrested in connection with a series of recent shootings at the homes of four Democratic elected officials.

Chief Harold Medina of the Albuquerque Police Department said at a news conference that the former candidate, Solomon Peña, was “the mastermind” behind a conspiracy in which four other men were paid to shoot at the homes of two county commissioners and two state legislators.

Mr. Peña, 39, lost the election on Nov. 8 in a landslide to an incumbent Democrat, Miguel P. Garcia. Days later, Mr. Peña went on Twitter to express support for former President Donald J. Trump’s 2024 presidential campaign and to say that he had not conceded his own State House race.

Chief Medina said that a SWAT team took Mr. Peña into custody on Monday. The police said they planned to charge him with “several state crimes.” It was unclear if Mr. Peña had a lawyer. Carter B. Harrison, an Albuquerque lawyer who represented Mr. Peña last year, did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Monday night.

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This is where it goes. Attempts to harass and scare people from running for office as Democrats. We have to fight these people every step of the way. 

Convicted violent felons running for office. Fuck you trump for doing this

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13 minutes ago, Hermanator said:

This is where it goes. Attempts to harass and scare people from running for office as Democrats. We have to fight these people every step of the way. 

Convicted violent felons running for office. Fuck you trump for doing this

Can convicted felons vote in New Mexico?  I thought that was a Republican talking point--or is that only in Florida?      

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9 minutes ago, RPM said:

Maybe he's having wifi problems

Good one. But, nah, I never got Swam vibes from him. At least that nutcase never even pretended to be a "NO CR!" Daily Texas / Bada Bing poster. 

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13 hours ago, YGIFS said:

5 times, eh?  

2017-2021.  It was the best of times (for him).  It was the worst of times (for us).  It wasn't the age of wisdom.  It was the age of foolishness.  It was the epoch of disbelief.  It was the epoch of incredulity.  It was the season of no light.  It was the season of Darkness.  

A tale of two Americas.  One of progress and hope.  One of stupidity and cruelty.  

It's definitely the epoch of belief for many.  Also, the ending might be my favorite part of that paragraph.

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in short, the period was so far like the present period that some of its noisiest authorities insisted on its being received, for good or for evil, in the superlative degree of comparison only

 

1 hour ago, SydneyCarton said:

I believe this is the part where we summon @clapclapclap, correct?

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On 1/15/2023 at 4:56 PM, Horn Under a Bad Sign said:

Southern Star brewery in Conroe, Texas receives flood of threats, harassment etc... after canceling a "rally against censorhip"  that would have featured Kyle Rittenhouse.

The fact that Kyle Rittenhouse has nearly one million twitter followers is scary.

He's announced plans to move to Texas and attend Blinn after previously stating he was enrolling at A&M, who then refuted his lie, saying he wasn't admitted.

This idiot has found his megaphone and I'm pretty sure he's going to run for some office and get elected in the next several years.  Or hopefully he could be lying about moving to Texas like all these types are apt to do.

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3 hours ago, Ted Lange said:

 

Texags (likely) in 3,2,1.... 

"He is everything the liberals says we are... so, this definitely a false flag and/or media created."

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Hadn't seen this specific incident posted yet:

Eric Swalwell Blames Top Republican For Inspiring Chilling Death Threats; A threat to "rape and kill my children” mimicked the language of the GOP lawmaker, Swalwell told MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace.

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McCarthy stripped Swalwell of his committee positions and called the California Democrat a “security threat” due to his link to a suspected Chinese spy. But Swalwell has never been implicated in any wrongdoing and the FBI has praised him for being “completely cooperative” with its investigation.

Swalwell said he’s told McCarthy and “publicly broadcast” that his rhetoric “leads to threats to me, my wife, our kids.”

 

“Recently someone said that they were going to rape and kill my children and they were using the language that Kevin McCarthy was using, so there is a cost to this,” he added.

If only we could get @clapclapclap to investigate

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7 hours ago, Pancho said:

Lock her up!

 

Blowing shut up and then blaming the carnage on Ds, along with flat out prevarication, are the most effective plays in the Christofascist playbook. I marvel at folks smart enough to see through those ploys but who support the Rs nonetheless. Their ability to throat pure shit, and smack their lips afterwards, is unsurpassed.

 

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On 1/18/2023 at 10:34 PM, Pancho said:

I can’t remember if we had a right wing thread of racist insults thread or not:

 

 

I worked briefly from an office space in Douglasville.  The D’ville police had its own IROC Camaro with “Douglasville Meth Task Force”. It’s also the basis for the “Dougal County” from Squidbillies, which…totally tracks. 

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On 1/26/2023 at 1:35 PM, HenryJames said:

So really it’s the woman’s fault.

Ah, yes. The personally aggrieved anti-abortion loon. A microcosm of the permanently aggrieved anti-abortion Republican nutcases. The larger group has done far greater harm to our country, from the threats posed by denying health care, to compounding the trauma of rape, and incest, to blowing out a gaping, structural fault in public perception of both SCOTUS and the rule of law.

And this is due to their slack jawed inability to understand what freedom of religion actually means, and to hold that right dear.


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