Fox Hosts Text Trump to Stop Insurrection

marke

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You are straying from the main issue. Literary tests almost uniformly lead to injustice when it comes to voting. Designers of such test intentionally or inadvertently bake bias into them. Look at the poll tests historically used in the south, for example. They were obviously in effect to exclude black people. The questions were culturally biased.

Racist Southern Democrats used such measures as intelligence tests and property ownership to exclude blacks from voting, and that after they lost the Civil War effort to keep blacks enslaved.
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What the founders thought is only tangentially helpful. More important is precedent and modern day application of principles. Age is relevant in interpreting civil rights of all kinds. Free speech is different when it comes to people under 18 years old although not completely barred as is the case with voting. There is whole line of cases involving children in public schools and after-school activities. The results are different than those involving adults. You cannot really declare one right more important because of this sort of thing. That would be like saying the right to abortion is of lesser importance because it only applies to women while other rights apply to both genders.
There is no God-given right to abortion any more than there is a God-given right to loot stores because of slavery. Never mind that leftists typically justify sin and condemn righteousness in their depraved state of delusion, like this ungodly writer proves:


When she finished it, back in April, she wrote that "a new energy of resistance is building across the country." Now, as protests and riots continue to grip cities, she stakes out a provocative position: that looting is a powerful tool to bring about real, lasting change in society. The rioters who smash windows and take items from stores, she claims, are engaging in a powerful tactic that questions the justice of "law and order," and the distribution of property and wealth in an unequal society.

Voting is considered a fundamental right along with speech, but it has been treated like a red-headed step-child by the court.

Sadly, too many US courts were afraid to take up voting security and voter fraud cases for various reasons, none of which were due primarily to lack of evidence.
 

marke

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I am a male who can read the writing on the wall. I think abortion is wrong but should remain legal with restrictions based on stage of development.
God is angered by those who murder innocent babies in the womb, and God determines what "murder" and "shedding the blood of innocents" means, not rebels against God.

Jeremiah 19:4
Because they have forsaken me, and have estranged this place, and have burned incense in it unto other gods, whom neither they nor their fathers have known, nor the kings of Judah, and have filled this place with the blood of innocents;
 

Skeeter

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God is angered by those who murder innocent babies in the womb, and God determines what "murder" and "shedding the blood of innocents" means, not rebels against God.
At the current moment, God has no standing in American courts.
 

Arthur Brain

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You would not be allowed to vote as a result of your answer to this question. This is a trick question because the amendments to the Constitution are NOT a top ten list. The thirteenth amendment is the most important! The prohibition against unreasonable search and seizure is arguably equal to or more important than free speech.

Your biased example of a question is precisely why barriers to voting are repugnant. Such questions can serve a particular political bend and be self-serving. The right to vote is as fundamental as free speech via the Constitution according to the Supreme Court.
Exactly. I'd still support the rights of the MAGA! crowd to vote as intelligence isn't the factor here. Ironically, those who wish to suppress the rights of people to vote are the same who accuse the "left" of suppressing free speech which is kinda hilarious...
 

Jefferson

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Exactly. I'd still support the rights of the MAGA! crowd to vote as intelligence isn't the factor here. Ironically, those who wish to suppress the rights of people to vote are the same who accuse the "left" of suppressing free speech which is kinda hilarious...
What do you think the punishment should be for a person who thwarted someones' first amendment right?
 

marke

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Exactly. I'd still support the rights of the MAGA! crowd to vote as intelligence isn't the factor here. Ironically, those who wish to suppress the rights of people to vote are the same who accuse the "left" of suppressing free speech which is kinda hilarious...
Requiring voting integrity and security does not suppress legitimate voting, just illegitimate voting.
 

marke

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How could "a person" thwart it exactly? Take it up with congress...
Biden was right when he suggested that it is no longer a matter of who votes but who counts the votes . Dishonest precinct workers will add fraudulent votes and remove other legitimate votes if they think they will not be caught.
 

Skeeter

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What do you think the punishment should be for a person who thwarted someones' first amendment right?
As a person with your moniker you should know the bill of rights creates safeguards against government oppression and control not between citizens per se. The private person who impedes your freedom by reacting or talking over you can do so in the public square.
 

Arthur Brain

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As a person with your moniker you should know the bill of rights creates safeguards against government oppression and control not between citizens per se. The private person who impedes your freedom by reacting or talking over you can do so in the public square.
Even though some would prefer that 'public square' still include stocks...
 

Arthur Brain

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I wonder if the document was doctored to say Fox host. I suspect the writer was one of Trump's family.
Well, pretty safe to say that a literary career isn't the best vocational choice no matter what but given Trump's history, hey, yeah, let's have some more ego driven insanity! (As long as it's properly punctuated and observes regular syntax).
 

marke

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Well, pretty safe to say that a literary career isn't the best vocational choice no matter what but given Trump's history, hey, yeah, let's have some more ego driven insanity! (As long as it's properly punctuated and observes regular syntax).
Leftists believe Trump was a horrible president. He believed in arresting and jailing crooks. He opposed killing helpless babies in the womb. He believed in honoring and obeying the Constitution. He opposed violence and looting in the streets. He supported law enforcement officers and opposed replacing them with social counselors. He was very patriotic and saluted the US flag. And much more.
 
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