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RedEye9 wrote on Jul 10, 2019, 20:02:
FALSE

https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/aoc-empty-parking-lot/


Yep. Ok.
I'll have to take a "Mea Culpa" on that.
That's what you get for posting while rushing out the door to a meeting and not checking.
However it doesn't change the fact that if Trump can't block political criticism on Twatter then neither can "Occasional Cortex".

It cuts both ways. (At least it's supposed to)
Have you seen the FULL Floyd arrest video?
How do you feel about the fool you've been played for?
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FALSE

https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/aoc-empty-parking-lot/

A mask is not a political statement.
It's an IQ test. It's a compassion test. It's a decency test. It's a social responsibility test.
Cover Your Eyes for even more protection.
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What someone needs to do is buy the information to track all the board members of T-Mobile and then release the information. Even if none of them are caught being somewhere they shouldn't be I'm guessing they might not care for that information being available let alone released.
"Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it everywhere, diagnosing it incorrectly, and applying the wrong remedies." -- Groucho Marx
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Creston wrote on Jul 10, 2019, 14:16:
Drumpf only has himself to blame. If he'd use the POTUS twitter account, as he is supposed to, for his presidential bleetings, he could ban whoever he wants on his personal one. But since he insists on using his personal one for official business (lock him up?), he is not allowed to prevent people from viewing his inane ramblings.

But as for Ocasio-Cortez, I don't think AOC's speech is required by law to be viewable by all, like the President's is. IANAL.


Sure it is. The government can't shield itself from criticism. That's why the first amendment is the first because free speech related to criticism of government is an absolute necessity in order for a democracy to function as intended. What's good for the goose is good for the gander. If The Donald can't silence his critics she can't silence hers. That chick gets way too much press.
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Drumpf only has himself to blame. If he'd use the POTUS twitter account, as he is supposed to, for his presidential bleetings, he could ban whoever he wants on his personal one. But since he insists on using his personal one for official business (lock him up?), he is not allowed to prevent people from viewing his inane ramblings.

But as for Ocasio-Cortez, I don't think AOC's speech is required by law to be viewable by all, like the President's is. IANAL.

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