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The Donald Trump Inauguration Anticipation and Discussion Thread
Posted 1/17/17

VeggyZ wrote:

Go watch Project Veritas - the newest from those guys - hidden camera footage of these idiots discussing literal terrorist plots to disrupt the inauguration to the tune of throwing bleach and urine on people to pouring acid in air vents, stopping public transit and jabbing people in the throat.

The videos are free, I HIGHLY suggest people go watch them. It's hard to argue with hidden cameras and these idiots just don't learn and keep getting caught with their pants down. It isn't going to work - they need to stop being babies or go to jail (or die).


Actually, Project Veritas got caught with their pants down too. They were trying to coerce people into discussing ideas about disrupting the inauguration. They're shady too, not like any of the political parties are much better at the end of the day. Of course, it all boils down to one of those stupid "Young Turks vs Project Veritas" scenarios that they both love so much. It's pretty hard to argue with hidden cameras when the "reporter" is deliberately trying to stage some type of nonsensical plot to expose.
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He should've got Nobuo Uematsu to play some classic FF stuff.
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ninjitsuko wrote:


VeggyZ wrote:

Go watch Project Veritas - the newest from those guys - hidden camera footage of these idiots discussing literal terrorist plots to disrupt the inauguration to the tune of throwing bleach and urine on people to pouring acid in air vents, stopping public transit and jabbing people in the throat.

The videos are free, I HIGHLY suggest people go watch them. It's hard to argue with hidden cameras and these idiots just don't learn and keep getting caught with their pants down. It isn't going to work - they need to stop being babies or go to jail (or die).


Actually, Project Veritas got caught with their pants down too. They were trying to coerce people into discussing ideas about disrupting the inauguration. They're shady too, not like any of the political parties are much better at the end of the day. Of course, it all boils down to one of those stupid "Young Turks vs Project Veritas" scenarios that they both love so much. It's pretty hard to argue with hidden cameras when the "reporter" is deliberately trying to stage some type of nonsensical plot to expose.


The point is that they did discuss it, and they had already laid the groundwork. So they were coaxed into talking about it? It doesn't discredit any of the findings at ALL. Unless of course you believe they were just trying to "fit in" by going along with it. If you believe that I don't think we have much more to talk about, haha.

Project Veritas has NUMEROUS damning videos that prove on hidden camera what Trump has been saying all along (and much much more) - they went undercover with hidden camera's, which isn't legal anyway, but they did it because it's the only way to offer proof to all the people who couldn't possibly believe the heads of the democratic party could do such a thing - despite all the other evidence to support it.

I'm ok with their hidden camera exploits - because they had to be done.

One side says "you'll have to take our word for it" and the other one has videos of them discussing how - in detail - they commit crimes against the american people. Which are you prone to believe? this should be an easy question to answer if you have any common sense at all.
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I looked up the perfromers list, and I was surprised to see DJ Ravidrums. I remember him from the wii presentaion

Posted 1/17/17

VeggyZ wrote:
The point is that they did discuss it, and they had already laid the groundwork. So they were coaxed into talking about it? It doesn't discredit any of the findings at ALL. Unless of course you believe they were just trying to "fit in" by going along with it. If you believe that I don't think we have much more to talk about, haha.


No, more so that Project Veritas tried to pose as a "liberal donor" and got rejected by a few of the liberal organizations (like this). But seeing as it's "The Young Turks" - both of these guys (Project Veritas and The Young Turks) have both been caught doing some rather shady/stupid things in the past. What I"m trying to say is -- I don't believe either of them entirely. They want ratings, they get ratings from people who want to believe there's some ulterior underground plot against the opposition (regardless of the repercussions).
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VeggyZ wrote:
The point is that they did discuss it, and they had already laid the groundwork. So they were coaxed into talking about it? It doesn't discredit any of the findings at ALL. Unless of course you believe they were just trying to "fit in" by going along with it. If you believe that I don't think we have much more to talk about, haha.


No, more so that Project Veritas tried to pose as a "liberal donor" and got rejected by a few of the liberal organizations (like this). But seeing as it's "The Young Turks" - both of these guys (Project Veritas and The Young Turks) have both been caught doing some rather shady/stupid things in the past. What I"m trying to say is -- I don't believe either of them entirely. They want ratings, they get ratings from people who want to believe there's some ulterior underground plot against the opposition (regardless of the repercussions).


How exactly does that discredit what they caught on the hidden camera? They got rejected because those liberal organizations were looking out for them - they're a known quantity, that's the obvious outcome unless they get lucky. Posing as a "liberal donor" is part of the whole going undercover thing. They will not be let into that circle without doing what everyone who is part of that circle does to get into it in the first place. It still does not change what evidence they walked away with. I don't care if James O'keefe was a convicted rapist - his footage would still mean the same thing it does now. This isn't about his character, and on that note almost none of any of this has been, but it keeps being brought up because it's literally the ONLY way to cast doubt on someone in the absence of actual evidence. One side has it - the other has jack shit. (that is, character assumptions)

and you KNOW both sides have been playing this game - the fact that there isn't actual hard evidence to support anything the dems have said should raise some flags alone.
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Posted 1/17/17

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Bruh, it's just a joke


I think he gets that. He's basically saying that Trump isn't as perceptive as he claims to be and that if he did say "You're Fired!" to Obama it would only correspond to the ongoing view that many people have of him (Trump). lol


Pretty much this.
Posted 1/17/17

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How exactly does that discredit what they caught on the hidden camera? They got rejected because those liberal organizations were looking out for them - they're a known quantity, that's the obvious outcome unless they get lucky. Posing as a "liberal donor" is part of the whole going undercover thing. They will not be let into that circle without doing what everyone who is part of that circle does to get into it in the first place. It still does not change what evidence they walked away with. I don't care if James O'keefe was a convicted rapist - his footage would still mean the same thing it does now. This isn't about his character, and on that note almost none of any of this has been, but it keeps being brought up because it's literally the ONLY way to cast doubt on someone in the absence of actual evidence. One side has it - the other has jack shit. (that is, character assumptions)


You're not quite getting what I'm trying to say.
Both sides "have evidence" against the other. James O'Keefe was more than just a convicted rapist; he ended up going out of his way to edit videos to make things look "true" when they're actually false or exaggerated. Look up the whole controversy that went on between him, Hannah Giles, and ACORN - it boils down to that any of his projects need to be put under a microscope because he's not "beyond" editing footage to get views.
"The Young Turks" have evidence that shows Project Veritas doing exactly this (editing a "secret footage" tape to fit their agenda). But, as I mentioned - the issue is that "The Young Turks" have their own fair share of equal controversy.
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Posted 1/17/17

VeggyZ wrote:

Go watch Project Veritas - the newest from those guys - hidden camera footage of these idiots discussing literal terrorist plots to disrupt the inauguration to the tune of throwing bleach and urine on people to pouring acid in air vents, stopping public transit and jabbing people in the throat.

The videos are free, I HIGHLY suggest people go watch them. It's hard to argue with hidden cameras and these idiots just don't learn and keep getting caught with their pants down. It isn't going to work - they need to stop being babies or go to jail (or die). I for one am getting very tired of their childish tantrums and I hope the police deploy live ammunition the moment they find someone carrying out this kind of thing.


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slendercookieman wrote:

Bruh, it's just a joke


I think he gets that. He's basically saying that Trump isn't as perceptive as he claims to be and that if he did say "You're Fired!" to Obama it would only correspond to the ongoing view that many people have of him (Trump). lol


I think most people who think that, have not actually watched old video of Trump outside of his television series, and are singing the tune the mainstream media wrote for them. If they had bothered to google anything that WASN'T talked about in the news, they'd realize he is actually a very intelligent man and they'd be lucky to have a fraction of his intellect. You don't become a billionaire by being stupid. Of course, when given that statement many of the idiots also claim "he's not actually a billionaire" - which is absurd


Intelligence in business does not imply intelligent in other matters. I think Trump is far more intelligent in terms of his planning than many people have suggested, but I find a great deal of his ideas to be ill founded. Of course, most politicians, especially presidents, are insanely wealthy people who went to Ivy League, but then you have people like Ted Cruz and his bigoted views on gays and Neurosurgeon Doctor Ben Carson proclaiming pyramids were for storing grain. (I believe Cruz was Stanford or Harvard and Carson went to Harvard). Then you have people like Scalia ruling against sodomy laws and Hillary being profoundly inane in her dealings with Russia.
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Posted 1/17/17

ninjitsuko wrote:


slendercookieman wrote:

Bruh, it's just a joke


I think he gets that. He's basically saying that Trump isn't as perceptive as he claims to be and that if he did say "You're Fired!" to Obama it would only correspond to the ongoing view that many people have of him (Trump). lol


Yeah, I get his point, but I think that a joke shouldn't start a discussion. Jokes are meant for amusement, its not something to get work up about. Instead of freaking out, just laugh if you liked and if you didn't than ignore it. I guess what I'm trying to say is that I think it's strange when people take jokes seriously

I hope this doesn't come off as rude, that's is not my intent :/
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I was quite young when Bush was president, so this'll be my first conservative president as an adult. The backlash I have seen is humongous, and I feel this would be a good learning experience. All in all, I feel this is one of those era I could tell my grandkids I was alive when X happened. Sorry for my ignorance. :(


Most social critics say that Bush JR. (I take it you mean?) was the reason for the Millennials' image of being passive, self-absorbed, self-martying and blame-shifting, having grown up in eight formative years where the president was a naive, under informed childlike idiot who wasn't seen to be the true "elected" leader of the country, so "no one was in charge".
But it was four years, and then another headbashingly-frustrating four years, for the exact same reasons as the first, before anyone could do anything about it. Remember the big cheer when they played "At Last" at Obama's victory celebration.

It basically fractured the 18-24 demographic into one faction who believed they had to do all the activism themselves, because any good cause (like trying to end the No End In Sight war, that was already proving to be the "president"'s goofups) had to be homegrown, and those that tried to publicly masturbate their "hipness" that the world was a mess so you might as well just get yours and chill out.
The latter pretty much destroyed the national Sense of Humor in the 00's--Not that we overreact to things, just that we lost the ability for Comedy to satirize things, and that also fractured either into passively-disguised anger or narcissistic drive-by shock with no sense of amusing an audience besides one's self.
On request, I'd even socially theorize that the current "Zombie Chic" that gave us TWD is a product of the Dubya Generation. Just ask me sometime.

And that was just Bush Jr.
Now, we get to see how the latest "unelected" president ("He is not, he is not!--He got real votes, so he's the real president, and they're going to build a figure of him in Disney World now, so you can't argue anymore!") messes us up for the next eight years, while your kids in sixth grade forget what it was like to have a popular president by the time they're in Hip High School.
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PeripheralVisionary wrote:

Intelligence in business does not imply intelligent in other matters. I think Trump is far more intelligent in terms of his planning than many people have suggested, but I find a great deal of his ideas to be ill founded. Of course, most politicians, especially presidents, are insanely wealthy people who went to Ivy League, but then you have people like Ted Cruz and his bigoted views on gays and Neurosurgeon Doctor Ben Carson proclaiming pyramids were for storing grain. (I believe Cruz was Stanford or Harvard and Carson went to Harvard). Then you have people like Scalia ruling against sodomy laws and Hillary being profoundly inane in her dealings with Russia.


Fair enough, and I agree for the most part, but it doesn't appear to me when I hear him speaking 20 years ago and speaking outside of hollywood that he's an unintelligent man. He usually appears very humble despite his accepted persona, and careful, when he's not trying to put on a show and get ratings. I just don't think he's this big buffoon that we've been told he is by the media. I think even his tweets serve a purpose - I'm glad he's letting us know what he's thinking without the media's input, because if anything this election has shown us just how dirty and corrupt and controlled the media in the United States is. People may not like to hear what he has to say all the time - but they may not also like the reality of the world. I think he's doing some things right, so far - and I hope he continues the direction he's headed in. He's not a racist, he's not a homophobe, he doesn't have sex with or get peed on by hookers... the fact that he isn't politically correct has been an asset more than anything. All they have on him anymore is their outrage over how he said what he said, and that just makes them look more desperate.

Though I don't really want to imply that I think he's some divine being or that he's the cure-all for our country... our situation is way too complex for that even if he were Jesus himself. I do think he's a step in the right direction though, and so far I'm impressed with most of his appointments - most...


ninjitsuko wrote:

You're not quite getting what I'm trying to say.
Both sides "have evidence" against the other. James O'Keefe was more than just a convicted rapist; he ended up going out of his way to edit videos to make things look "true" when they're actually false or exaggerated. Look up the whole controversy that went on between him, Hannah Giles, and ACORN - it boils down to that any of his projects need to be put under a microscope because he's not "beyond" editing footage to get views.
"The Young Turks" have evidence that shows Project Veritas doing exactly this (editing a "secret footage" tape to fit their agenda). But, as I mentioned - the issue is that "The Young Turks" have their own fair share of equal controversy.


I just don't see the evidence as having the same weight - one is trying to extract information out of an established organization - the other is ... an established organization committing crimes for money... there's a big difference to me, evidence of entirely different crimes - I would coax an answer out of someone by treading that thin line, because they aren't going to go for it if they don't do that kind of thing. If they do - I got exactly what I wanted. I think that chick went too far and I'm not standing up for what she did, I agree that it isn't ok, but the fact that Veritas verified that this business is in fact going on is invaluable.

Oh yeah... as far as TYT... I'm not going to touch that one. I used to be a fan. There are too many reasons I'm not now, though. I can't even watch a 2 minute clip of them nowadays, not after this election... fake liberals piss me off, because liberalism itself is a fairly noble ideal... but it can be used as a weapon pretty easily too. Tolerance can be dangerous in the absence of common sense.
Posted 1/17/17
Trumps family is very cool i met them working on Apprentice the media paints a total different picture on him
once you have actual spoken to him his not such a bad guy all I'm going say here is his driven I call him- a mover and shaker xD
driven to change.
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Well, you couldn't the last time you posted that meme...Here, want a Starbucks and a brownie while you wait?
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