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  1. 3 days ago on Lisa Benson

    So far all you have done is rationalize away all the evidence with your opinions. So far nothing has surfaced that showed he was anything other than a Republican. Had this happened to Biden, you would be pushing “false flag operation” conspiracies the same way right-wingers pushed such nonsense after every school shooter incident. Everything I’ve seen indicates this is nothing but another case of a nerdy kid that had been bullied all through childhood and looking to gain notoriety and demonstrate his hate of humanity when the opportunity arose. If any evidence comes up showing otherwise, I’ll look at it.

  2. 3 days ago on Lisa Benson

    When he was 17, he donated about $15 to a left-leaning organization that drives voter registration. He registered as a Republican, and his peers say that he volunteered at Republican events. He had Trump signs in his yard. Your assumption that he was a “leftist” is nothing but wish fulfillment. I’ll believe what his friends and acquaintances say about him long before I’ll believe nonsense you pull out of one of your bodily orifices.

  3. 3 days ago on (th)ink

    According to his peers that knew him, he also volunteered at Republican political events. He was wearing a right-wing 2nd amendment T-shirt. As far as I can see, his motivation was the same as Mark David Chapman (John Lennon’s assassin) or any of the many school shooters; infamy.

  4. 3 days ago on Lisa Benson

    By giving the last name only, he certainly implied Nancy. I didn’t notice the “he”.

  5. 3 days ago on Lisa Benson

    Nancy Pelosi was never charged with driving drunk. That was her husband, Paul.

  6. 3 days ago on Lisa Benson

    “DePape had a history of mental health issues and drug abuse; before the attack, he had embraced various far-right conspiracy theories, including QAnon, Pizzagate, and Donald Trump’s false claims of a stolen election in 2020. Online, he made conspiratorial, racist, sexist, and antisemitic posts, and pushed COVID-19 vaccine misinformation”. Sounds like a Trump supporter to me.

  7. 3 days ago on Bill Bramhall

    Republicans; proud owners of Jews will not replace us!

  8. 4 days ago on Steve Kelley

    I agree that this was an assassination attempt, by a malcontent with mental issues. I agree that the claim that George Bush was behind the 9/11 attacks is ridiculous. Now why do conservatives get away with claiming that the mass murder of children in schools are false flag operations by Democrats and the dead children are just “crisis actors”?

  9. 4 days ago on Clay Jones

    I still remember from my childhood in Mississippi, in 1963, hearing conservatives cheering when they heard that Kennedy had been assassinated.

  10. 7 days ago on Views of the World

    Unlike Trump, those folks came from middle class families and worked their way to fortunes big enough to buy and sell the Trump family dozens of times over. They have some understanding of what it is to work for a living. Trump, on the other hand, was born into the rich family of a racist slumlord and inherited nearly half a billion dollars, never having worked a day in his life. He would have done better if he had taken that half-billion and invested it into an index fund, showing the minimal value of his financial understanding.