Literallyshaking

Literallyshaking wrote

Reply to comment by ziq in Seriously America by ziq

No, but we can create a culture of intolerance of that kind of behavior. This kind of thing can't go unpunished. And these people have already been slapped on the wrist. If the law is not applied equally by those who enforce it then the rule of law is broken. North Americans have proven themselves to be very sensitive to injustice.

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Literallyshaking wrote

Reply to comment by Silver_ in by !deleted7175

So it's revolution, then? I'm not quite there. Though I will say the United States government has failed in every job it's been given. Maintain the infrastructure, secure the elections, enforce the rule of law and it's equal application, and protect the borders. All failures.

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Literallyshaking wrote

Reply to Seriously America by ziq

What about Jeffrey Epstein and his sexual abuse and harrassing of potentially hundreds of young girls? And his ties to many politicians, entertainers, and connected people? See "bad times at the El Royale" if you don't understand what he was up to.

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Literallyshaking wrote

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Are they really concentration camps? In world war two the Nazis rounded up people and took away their freedom. The folks being shepherded up by pueblas sin Fronteras are coming of their own accord, and violating United States law. Why would you take your children into such a volatile situation?

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