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Antifa is allegedly planning to take over downtown Austin this evening... rooftop snipers, CHAZ-like perimeter and checkpoints, armed men in pickups, and medics all in the works... oh and they also plan to blow up Austin police department headquarters.

https://www.infowars.com/austin-pol...nning-terror-attacks-mass-shootings-downtown/

If I didn't have a family to consider, I'd walk over and check it out. Hopefully the mess stays down on Congress Ave and I-35 and doesn't make it where I am.. about 0.6 miles away.
 
Antifa is allegedly planning to take over downtown Austin this evening... rooftop snipers, CHAZ-like perimeter and checkpoints, armed men in pickups, and medics all in the works... oh and they also plan to blow up Austin police department headquarters.

https://www.infowars.com/austin-pol...nning-terror-attacks-mass-shootings-downtown/

If I didn't have a family to consider, I'd walk over and check it out. Hopefully the mess stays down on Congress Ave and I-35 and doesn't make it where I am.. about 0.6 miles away.
Stay safe, Hurmanetar!
 
https://justthenews.com/accountabil...forces-skilled-journalists-make-bad-decisions

MSNBC producer quits, says job 'forces skilled journalists to make bad decisions'
Producer becomes third major news industry figure to depart in a month over toxic media culture, following Bari Weiss and Andrew Sullivan.​
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"July 24th was my last day at MSNBC. I don’t know what I’m going to do next exactly but I simply couldn’t stay there anymore," Pekary wrote. "My colleagues are very smart people with good intentions. The problem is the job itself. It forces skilled journalists to make bad decisions on a daily basis.​
You may not watch MSNBC but just know that this problem still affects you, too. All the commercial networks function the same – and no doubt that content seeps into your social media feed, one way or the other," she added.​
Pekary decried a culture in network news obsessed with ratings at the expense of quality, balanced news.
"The longer I was at MSNBC, the more I saw such choices — it’s practically baked in to the editorial process – and those decisions affect news content every day," she wrote. "Likewise, it’s taboo to discuss how the ratings scheme distorts content, or it’s simply taken for granted, because everyone in the commercial broadcast news industry is doing the exact same thing."
Pekary said that "behind closed doors, industry leaders will admit the damage that’s being done" and quoted a colleague who declared "We are a cancer and there is no cure.”
"As it is, this cancer stokes national division, even in the middle of a civil rights crisis. The model blocks diversity of thought and content because the networks have incentive to amplify fringe voices and events, at the expense of others… all because it pumps up the ratings," she added.​
 
Has he actually been convicted of anything?

Look at the claims made against Tucker Carleson.

https://www.powerlineblog.com/archi...-sexual-harassment-against-tucker-carlson.php

The woman claimed that Carleson was asking pointed questions to see if she was interested in a sexual relationship. He didn't ask her to do anything. He didn't do anything to her. That was it. That's the whole "complaint" against him.

Areu infers that Carlson “was probing to see whether [she] was interested in a sexual relationship.” Areu did not go to Carlson’s hotel room (nor, according to her account did he ask her to).
In contrast, people were violently raped in the CHAZ, and those cases could not be responded to due to a lack of police in the area. There seems to be a very different standard for what what constitutes sexual assault based on the political beliefs of who is being accused.

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/...nd-to-rapes-robberies-due-to-autonomous-zone/
 
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Another university that needs to stop getting government funding.


The thing that is really funny is that you don't have to identify as white when your university or job asks you how you identify.
 
Has Bill Clinton?
https://www.newsweek.com/what-did-b...nsky-everything-know-about-white-house-783475

Clinton admitted he had a relationship with Lewinsky. Plus she still has that blue dress.

During his own testimony, Clinton pushed back against repeated questions asking for details about their sexual encounters.
"I regret that what began as a friendship came to include this conduct," Clinton said, "and I take full responsibility for my actions."
As for Clinton's trips to Orgy Island, that is well documented by multiple witnesses as well as by flight logs.

https://nypost.com/2020/05/26/clinton-spent-time-on-epsteins-orgy-island-netflix-doc/

 
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Has he actually been convicted of anything?

Look at the claims made against Tucker Carleson.

https://www.powerlineblog.com/archi...-sexual-harassment-against-tucker-carlson.php

The woman claimed that Carleson was asking pointed questions to see if she was interested in a sexual relationship. He didn't ask her to do anything. He didn't do anything to her. That was it. That's the whole "complaint" against him.



In contrast, people were violently raped in the CHAZ, and those cases could not be responded to due to a lack of police in the area. There seems to be a very different standard for what what constitutes sexual assault based on the political beliefs of who is being accused.

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/...nd-to-rapes-robberies-due-to-autonomous-zone/
You don't need to respond; its predictable anyway. Jim posted about the toxicity at MSNBC. I brought Fox into the discussion. They're both bad. Easy enough. Yet, somehow, you'll prop up anything that you feel fits your narrative; even trying to put Fox on the high ground. Pretty comical and yet, again, predictable.
 
You don't need to respond; its predictable anyway. Jim posted about the toxicity at MSNBC. I brought Fox into the discussion. They're both bad. Easy enough. Yet, somehow, you'll prop up anything that you feel fits your narrative; even trying to put Fox on the high ground. Pretty comical and yet, again, predictable.
A liberal journalist criticized MSNBC for a lack of journalistic standards and gave evidence for her concerns. That sounds credible.

The second article was about a woman who went around accusing every man in sight of harassment, but later admitted that in at least one case what she considered harassment would not meet the standards of the courts (or any reasonable person). That brings the credibility of her accusations into question.

It comes down to credibility.
 
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