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Quote from: Trout Maharishi on February 03, 2022, 20:46:03 PMThat's insane on so many different levels. I hope he never gets to own a gun legally again. If people cut me off, give me the finger, blow the horn or any of that crap now days, I just smile and wave at them like they are my long lost friend.
Quote from: Trout Maharishi on February 03, 2022, 21:29:11 PMIf I were Mr Popper the video would have never been seen and no call would have been made to the police. The bullet hole and damage the lawyer showed (looks like bullets had struck but not penetrated the metal 2 out of 3 times) was on Popper's drivers side of the vehicle? How did that happen? Did a bullet pass through from the other side of the car? Why no bullet holes that weren't from Popper shooting through the window and windshield on the passengers side? The guy passed him on his passengers side. This should be interesting, I'd like to see the bus video. I can about half way see how he lost it and started shooting, but I think Mr Popper has a problem.
Quote from: Woolly Bugger on February 03, 2022, 23:51:46 PMMore crazy CRR (Covid road rage) this time with instant karmahttps://nypost.com/2022/02/03/dashcam-captures-wild-road-rage-crash-on-palisades-parkway/?utm_campaign=iphone_nyp&utm_source=pasteboard_app
QuoteSchweizer just published a new book called Red-Handed, which alleges that the Biden family "received some $31 million from Chinese individuals who are linked to the highest levels of Chinese intelligence." According to Schweizer, one of those individuals was investor Che Fung, who is referred to in emails by Hunter Biden as the 'Superchairman.'" Schweizer also alleges that "Hunter Biden was paying his father's bills with the foreign money..."If true, these revelations dramatically advance the story from garden-variety corruption (Hunter Biden trading on his daddy's name) to something much more nefarious.But how reliable is Schweizer's reporting? On one hand, he is the president of a think tank that was co-founded by Steve Bannon, and is, as The Guardian reports, "part of the rightwing ecosystem." His conveniently timed book Clinton Cash (published in 2015), raised legitimate questions about Bill and Hillary Clinton, but also included omissions and errors.On the other hand, Schweizer's 2011 book Throw Them All Out took shots at both sides, and it sparked a 60 Minutes segment on how members of Congress cash in on insider information (which led to the creation of the STOCK Act).In short, Schweizer's books often reveal important and overlooked information, but his motives are suspicious. This raises a question: Rather than outsourcing this investigative work to Schweizer (whose goal is to feed his reporting to mainstream outlets), shouldn't the media just do this work themselves?Some, like Politico's Schreckinger and The New York Times' Ken Vogel, have spent considerable time doing just that. But let's be honest, if this were any other president's son, the coverage would have been through the roof.Even without these post-election revelations and allegations, there was always an appearance of impropriety. We know Hunter was paid a lot of money to serve on the board of a Ukrainian gas company, apparently without ever visiting Ukraine and without any discernible expertise in the energy field. And his father just happened to be the point man there for the Obama administration.We also now know that Hunter has become an artist, with some of his paintings fetching upwards of $500,000.
Quote from: Dougfish on February 07, 2022, 21:26:49 PMLol.Schweiser. Senior editor at large for Breitbart News.
Quote from: Onslow on February 07, 2022, 20:14:20 PMhttps://www.thedailybeast.com/