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4 hours ago, imaGoodBoyNow said:

There’s no debating with this guy, he’s obviously got an agenda, he’ll condemn the actions of the right, for thier 1 day. Compared to the Lefts Summer of love last  year where every single day a town was burned and looted

And Trumpy doesn't? That Orange KKKlown wanted his family to be the ruling class in perpetuity....

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Maxine is about as big a clown as the right wing loons back here. I totally agree. 

Don't be dumb.  Your thinking is what keeps this shit happening.  Having everyone on the same side trying to solve a major problem is how we stop any rioting.  It won't stop if we have a large % of th

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6 minutes ago, BUFORDGAWOLVES said:

And Trumpy doesn't? That Orange KKKlown wanted his family to be the ruling class in perpetuity....

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Just tired of people bashing the right over one day, when they had the Summer of Riots for 2 straight years

 

 

just calling a Spade a Spade

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2 hours ago, BUFORDGAWOLVES said:

Which law, which order? The one on George's neck? Or seven slugs in the back downtown Atlanta.... it's not racial it's open season on minorities.

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It’s about putting your self in these situations, y’all think criminals should just be out here no consequences to their actions, just terrorizing and poisoning our community, the guys kicking out the cops windows resisting, so cop kneels on him to stop him from putting up a struggle,  

 

no one forced Floyd to swallow a bag of fentanyl, hand in counterfeit money, resist arrest ,   It’s a tragedy but in this Life, every action, there is an equal andopposite reaction.

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2 hours ago, imaGoodBoyNow said:

Just tired of people bashing the right over one day, when they had the Summer of Riots for 2 straight years

 

 

just calling a Spade a Spade

I’d say social justice in light of the history versus a insurrection is not the same. 
 

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46 minutes ago, imaGoodBoyNow said:

It’s about putting your self in these situations, y’all think criminals should just be out here no consequences to their actions, just terrorizing and poisoning our community, the guys kicking out the cops windows resisting, so cop kneels on him to stop him from putting up a struggle,  

 

no one forced Floyd to swallow a bag of fentanyl, hand in counterfeit money, resist arrest ,   It’s a tragedy but in this Life, every action, there is an equal andopposite reaction.

Nobody saying give the perp a pass.... nobody. 
What is being said and the message is lost over here is, let up on the killing. De escalate instead, we’re really good at killing unarmed black and brown men but not at de escalating those situations.

We trot out military garb and SWAT vehicles but the far right loons invade the capital incited by the ex-POTUS?

Stop “accidentally” killing folks and claiming qualified immunity. 

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1 hour ago, imaGoodBoyNow said:

It’s about putting your self in these situations, y’all think criminals should just be out here no consequences to their actions, just terrorizing and poisoning our community, the guys kicking out the cops windows resisting, so cop kneels on him to stop him from putting up a struggle,  

 

no one forced Floyd to swallow a bag of fentanyl, hand in counterfeit money, resist arrest ,   It’s a tragedy but in this Life, every action, there is an equal andopposite reaction.

You can't be this stupid. Your ignorance is near trumpy levels. There is no hope for you. 

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https://www.vox.com/22360290/black-lives-matter-protest-crime-ferguson-effects-murder

Travis Campbell, a PhD student in economics at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, released his preliminary findings on the Social Science Research network as a preprint, meaning the study has yet to receive a formal peer review.

While Campbell’s research does not encompass the events of summer 2020, George Floyd’s killing and the subsequent wave of protests became potentially the largest movement in American history, the sudden growth of which relied on a wave of anger and grief at the police homicides Americans are continually greeted with on the news. Opinion columnists, activists, lawmakers, and even the president of the United States (current and former) have weighed in on these protests and what the appropriate policy changes should be. But first, it’s important to grapple with how the protests have already changed policing.

From 2014 to 2019, Campbell tracked more than 1,600 BLM protests across the country, largely in bigger cities, with nearly 350,000 protesters. His main finding is a 15 to 20 percent reduction in lethal use of force by police officers — roughly 300 fewer police homicides — in census places that saw BLM protests.

Campbell’s research also indicates that these protests correlate with a 10 percent increase in murders in the areas that saw BLM protests. That means from 2014 to 2019, there were somewhere between 1,000 and 6,000 more homicides than would have been expected if places with protests were on the same trend as places that did not have protests.

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1 hour ago, concha said:

https://www.vox.com/22360290/black-lives-matter-protest-crime-ferguson-effects-murder

Travis Campbell, a PhD student in economics at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, released his preliminary findings on the Social Science Research network as a preprint, meaning the study has yet to receive a formal peer review.

While Campbell’s research does not encompass the events of summer 2020, George Floyd’s killing and the subsequent wave of protests became potentially the largest movement in American history, the sudden growth of which relied on a wave of anger and grief at the police homicides Americans are continually greeted with on the news. Opinion columnists, activists, lawmakers, and even the president of the United States (current and former) have weighed in on these protests and what the appropriate policy changes should be. But first, it’s important to grapple with how the protests have already changed policing.

From 2014 to 2019, Campbell tracked more than 1,600 BLM protests across the country, largely in bigger cities, with nearly 350,000 protesters. His main finding is a 15 to 20 percent reduction in lethal use of force by police officers — roughly 300 fewer police homicides — in census places that saw BLM protests.

Campbell’s research also indicates that these protests correlate with a 10 percent increase in murders in the areas that saw BLM protests. That means from 2014 to 2019, there were somewhere between 1,000 and 6,000 more homicides than would have been expected if places with protests were on the same trend as places that did not have protests.

economics student huh??...🤡

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1 hour ago, concha said:

https://www.vox.com/22360290/black-lives-matter-protest-crime-ferguson-effects-murder

Travis Campbell, a PhD student in economics at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, released his preliminary findings on the Social Science Research network as a preprint, meaning the study has yet to receive a formal peer review.

While Campbell’s research does not encompass the events of summer 2020, George Floyd’s killing and the subsequent wave of protests became potentially the largest movement in American history, the sudden growth of which relied on a wave of anger and grief at the police homicides Americans are continually greeted with on the news. Opinion columnists, activists, lawmakers, and even the president of the United States (current and former) have weighed in on these protests and what the appropriate policy changes should be. But first, it’s important to grapple with how the protests have already changed policing.

From 2014 to 2019, Campbell tracked more than 1,600 BLM protests across the country, largely in bigger cities, with nearly 350,000 protesters. His main finding is a 15 to 20 percent reduction in lethal use of force by police officers — roughly 300 fewer police homicides — in census places that saw BLM protests.

Campbell’s research also indicates that these protests correlate with a 10 percent increase in murders in the areas that saw BLM protests. That means from 2014 to 2019, there were somewhere between 1,000 and 6,000 more homicides than would have been expected if places with protests were on the same trend as places that did not have protests.

Key word.... student. 
 

Hard at work, getting published. 
 

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9 hours ago, concha said:

 

Great retorts from GED holders Talcum Ecks and Dumbass to the Mass Amherst PhD student's findings.

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LOL...economics student??....grasp for straws much??....🤡

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10 hours ago, BUFORDGAWOLVES said:

Key word.... student. 
 

Hard at work, getting published. 
 

bgw

the other key word....economics...I'd say this student is a little out of his lane or maybe he's a really a sociology major??...I don't know how many Economists study B.L.M.?!?....I wonder if his "findings" will get published...or picked up by Fox news..or just passed along red neck web sites...😉

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1 hour ago, DBP66 said:

LOL...economics student??....grasp for straws much??....🤡

if you are going to ignore content

and only go by qualifications of a reference,

then what are the qualifications

of your fact checking sites...

(you know...as in....besides who pays 🤑 their salaries )

 

PS: have you ever seen a scenario where a non-"professional" or academic, might actually be a better reference than the vested interests ?   Maybe true here or not....but you will never know, unless you can address the actual content.

🤡

 

BTW....how is that "bounty for soldiers" scandal you are so fond of, working out for you ?    better than the dossier you love so much ?   some real reference qualifications right there huh...🤓

 

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Just now, Troll said:

if you are going to ignore content

and only go by qualifications of a reference,

then what are the qualifications

of your fact checking sites...

(you know...as in....besides who pays 🤑 their salaries )

 

PS: have you ever seen a scenario a non-"professional" or academic, might actually be a better reference than the vested interests ?   Maybe true here or not....but you will never know, unless you can address the actual content.

🤡

 

BTW....how is that "bounty for soldiers" scandal you are so fond of, working out for you ?    better than the dossier you love so much ?   some real reference qualifications right there huh...🤓

 

the student is writing a paper on the wrong subject....so I think I'll pass on the content...you can help spread B.S...🤡

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4 minutes ago, Troll said:

True to form

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Why break routine now ?

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and true to form you baalieve everything you read and hear...no good conspiracy gets past you!....🤡

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14 minutes ago, DBP66 said:

and true to form you baalieve everything you read and hear...no good conspiracy gets past you!....🤡

didn't read it 🤣

don't need to,

to see who is being ignorant. 🤓

see 👀 the connection ?

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11 minutes ago, Troll said:

didn't read it 🤣

don't need to,

to see who is being ignorant. 🤓

see 👀 the connection ?

🤡

ignorant would be baaalieving a research paper written by a student who has no knowledge of the subject...see the connection??....🤡

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1 minute ago, DBP66 said:

ignorant would be refusing to baaalieve a research paper just because it is written by a PHD student, and dismissing the research without even knowing what that is...see the connection??....🤡

FIFY 🤡

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1 minute ago, DBP66 said:

you forgot the PHD student was driving in the wrong lane...🤡

So you think economics PHD's

never investigated and reported on statistics ? 🤡

Maybe he needs that map to your "factchecker" lane...

Now what lane was that again ???

🤡

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