Agent gates

Radish the wordsmith Free

Rad for radical, ish for sort of. The avatar is Agent Gates. . .

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  1. about 16 hours ago on Chris Britt

    The little dumber boy.

    The little dictator boy.

    The little bummer boy.

  2. about 16 hours ago on Lalo Alcaraz

    Right wing idol.

  3. about 23 hours ago on Matt Davies

    Theme song was written by the Kinks, this is our life, to stay together, not live apart, until death us do part.

  4. about 23 hours ago on Clay Jones

    DOJ now has ‘compelling’ evidence that a defeated Trump pleaded for ‘violence’

    A redacted portion of a Jack Smith filing submitted to Judge Tanya Chutkan hints that the Department of Justice has “compelling” evidence that links Donald Trump to the 2020 election violence. Citing the notice the special counsel had to file under the Federal Rule of Evidence 404(b) that previews evidence the DOJ will bring to trial, former U.S. Attorney Joyce Vance noted the redacted portion that follows the disclosure of an “agent” of Trump, also described as an unnamed campaign official who was in contact with a campaign lawyer in Detroit encouraging “rioting and other obstruction at the TCF Center where the vote count was taking place.”

    ‘No question’ Trump Tower penthouse price was inflated: defense witness

    An expert witness for Donald Trump in his $250 million fraud trial Thursday testified there was “no question” about the swollen valuation of former president’s Manhattan triplex, according to reports.

    Accounting expert Eli Bartov told the court Trump had added about $100 million to the value of his Trump Tower triplex in statements of financial condition between 2011 and 2012, ABC News reports.

  5. about 23 hours ago on Dana Summers

    Personally I can’t name any of her songs.

  6. about 23 hours ago on Dana Summers

    she’s a billionaire, sounds like you have wealth envy

  7. about 23 hours ago on Mike Luckovich

    Gym Jordan was one of the planners of the Nov 6 attack.

  8. about 23 hours ago on Clay Jones

    And now Vice reports that many neo-Nazis heard Ramaswamy’s dog whistles loud and clear.

    In particular, the publication zeroes in on the reaction of white supremacist influencer Nick Fuentes, who appeared happily astonished when Ramaswamy backed the “Great Replacement” conspiracy theory that Jewish financiers and the Democratic Party are plotting to replace white Americans with immigrants.

    “Fuentes… appeared visibly shocked that Ramaswamy went so far,” the publication reports. “He watched open-mouthed as Ramaswamy continued to boost wild conspiracies. ‘Let’s go,’ a visibly delighted Fuentes told his thousands of viewers.”

    Fuentes was far from alone, and Vice’s report documented other instances of white supremacists and QAnon conspiracy theorists excited to hear Ramaswamy validate them before a mass audience.

    “When someone like Ramaswamy promotes great replacement and other conspiracy theories, he’s platforming a violent and paranoid ideology to a mainstream audience. It’s clear that he speaks the language of conspiracy theory believers, anti-Semites, and extremists — many of these same people have embraced his candidacy,” Mike Rothschild, a researcher on conspiracy theories and extremism, tells Vice.

  9. about 24 hours ago on M2Bulls

    What else can you expect from Trump brown nosers.

  10. about 24 hours ago on Kevin Kallaugher

    Madman and friend to Republicans.