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Anonymous
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The people who trespassed and stormed the Capitol building were idiots.  

So are all the idiots destroying, burning and looting.  

The difference is that we all agree the capital rioters were idiots.  But most BLM supporters were all supportive of the Black riots last summer.

That's a fact jack!


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SanchoPanza
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Once here was a dog who lived in his fenced-in yard; this was a nice dog that played with the kids was not aggressive and loved everyone.

Every day for a couple of years this person would go by and hit the fence with a stick to agitate the dog.

One day; after agitating the dog with a stick, the dog jumped the fence and bit this person who agitated him every day for a couple of years.

Now the media plays this to be a vicious and dangerous dog that needs to be put down and the owners fined.

Here ends the story of the Capitol incident.


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SanchoPanza
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"Officers injured: The New York Post reported on June 8, citing the U.S. Justice Department, that more than 700 law enforcement officers were injured on the job during nationwide protests over Floyd’s death.

Damage caused: In late June, Fox News reported that according to insurance experts and city officials, the Floyd protests could eclipse the 1992 Los Angeles riots to become the most expensive civil disturbance in U.S. history. The 1992 riots, which followed the acquittal of four police officers in the beating of Rodney King, cost $1.4 billion in 2020 dollars, according to the report, which did not give a specific damage estimate for the Floyd protests. A spokeswoman for the Insurance Information Institute told Scripps National News that "most likely" the Floyd protest "would lead to higher losses," but did not provide an estimate either.

Black Lives Matter didn’t respond to our requests for comment."


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Jethro
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@sanchopanza,  congrats, that's the stupidest comment I've seen anywhere in weeks. You must be so proud of yourself for posting something so moronic.   Like Trump always said, he loves the STUPID. 


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SanchoPanza
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In your typical Liberal Cancel Culture tactics; Instead of assaulting the messenger,  why don't you deal with the message and at least attempt to say something remotely intelligent?


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Bro
 Bro
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These are two kooky characters.  I'm voting for Vincent Medel who's lived in Miami Springs for 30 years.  That other guy could be gone tomorrow.  Remember that Peter Pacheco guy?  He was here today and then gone tomorrow.  I'm voting for people who have invested in the long term of our city.  


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Sugarpop
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@anonymous the BLM group in Springs has not disbanded.  They are alive and well and supporting Victor Vazquez. They call themselves "Miami Springs for Justice". And heaven help you if you disagree with them because they will call you a racist and put your name out there then will threaten to report you to some ridiculous Racist website. They preach love and acceptance until you disagree with them.  Most of them live with mommy and daddy- don't pay taxes here and think they can dictate what is wrong or what is right. I will not vote for Vazquez as he is very involved with them( his daughter is a member of that group) and they support him. 


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MiamiSpringsDixie
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@jethro first off, I wish they would’ve dragged Nancy out by her hair during the Capitol riot and staged a real coup. Those were just children taking selfies and playing jungle gym. Also, you must be blind about white crime, because here in Miami Springs there are constantly black perpetrated shootings and robbings. Lastly, after watching the interview Id like to say Vincent Medel has good vision for Miami Springs, hes a long term resident. He supports the bed tax and thats HUGE. But, he needs to be on board with the density issue. Miami Springs needs to stay small. We will be exploited and corrupted if otherwise. Its not illegal, we need to find a way. This city is getting to big and we are accustomed with space to breathe and play.


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SanchoPanza
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The same way that you omit the 8 to 9 THOUSAND Blacks killed at the hands of other Blacks in this country EVERY year.

Black lives only mater when they can serve a scum Marxist political agenda like yours.


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