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Does the Supreme Court's denial of Trump's application for injunctive relief in Pennsylvania today mean the election is finally and definitively over?
Hello!Of course! The Supreme Court slammed the door in their faces:The court just ruled that the Earth is NOT flat. The Moon landing was NOT a hoax and Donald Trump did NOT win the 2020 Election. Simple truths, basic facts. In other words, reality. I can’t wait to hear how Gorsuch, Kavanaugh and Coney Barrett are all part of the Deep State Conspiracy too…By refusing to even hear the case, they are saying that the arguments aren't even credible enough for them to waste their time listening to them.So it's time for the Manchurian Manchild to pack up his toys and head for Mar-a-Lago. Those Trump appointed judges and Chief Justice Roberts weren’t going to tarnish their reputation, credibility and legacy!Happy Safe Harbour Day my fellow Americans! Oh and Donnie, maybe you can go to the Hague now…And in other breaking news: Today was a big day for science. Not only did the Covid-45 vaccine get rolled out in the UK, but thanks to Jenna Ellis, we now know the virus can be contracted via renting your mouth out as a fart muffler to a rabid senile honey badger twerking for a pardon.Bottom line: This election is finally over!
What do you think about the “Not in My Name” protests held all over India against mob violence?
I would have supported a movement against mob justice, if not for the blatant anti-Hindu posters played around and sheer political opportunism around.See here someone is abusing Hinduism’s holy symbol of Swastika [not the Nazi one] - imagine what would have happened if another religion’s holy symbol was used.And people complained I was cherry picking. These posters I found in 2 minutes were the “exceptions”. Fair enough. And how about the protests just because 5 idiots among 500,000,000 right wingers did a criminal thing?It is horrific for a child to die and it is equally horrific to have mob lynching. This happens a lot in India and as a society it makes sense of us to fight this. Hundreds of innocent people die every year due to mob anger for a variety of reasons. However, I didn’t see a bulk of protestors fighting for the concept. Rather they are abusing the death of a child to have potshots on a religion and further their own political agenda. As they say never waste a tragedy when you could chase ambulances.You don’t seem to be fighting for justice. Rather it is dancing on top of a dead child.And he is not Muslim or Hindu boy. He is a boy. If you are going to add religion and caste to every crime, you are not looking forward, but backward. Everytime a bomb exploded, shall we report how many “Hindu boys” died?You don’t assemble mobs to fight mob justice.A friendly note to the liberals:As a nation, we often don’t know how to fight the right way. During the Nirbhaya rape case, there was an opportunity to tighten the rape laws & improve security. However, once the movement became anti-men [admission refusal of Indian applicants] and anti-India [India’s daughter] things quickly fell apart. In the same way, the Jallikattu protests were sane until people started taking potshots on India.In general, if you want to kill your own movement, paint as broad a stroke as possible. If you want to fight successfully for an idea, fight with as sharp a focus. For instance, the first two waves of feminist movements succeeded because they were not anti-anything. They asked for their due rights and they got them. Same for the Indian independence movement where Gandhi carefully avoided making anyone the enemy or villain.Once you start making villains of good people [in the name of religion, gender, nation] etc you are nailing a coffin on your protest. Rather than ending mob violence, this protest is not going to change anything on the ground.If you guys say, we as Indians are going to fight mob violence of all kinds - not just for cow, but for goat, hen or whatever idea/ideology, then I’m with you. Let’s fight for justice.If you just use this opportunity to fight my religion or take up your own failed political ambitions post-UP debacle, then you will fail to make much impact.And Hindus don’t seem to be safer than any other community:Pune: Teenager’s father alleges his son was burnt alive after he said he was HinduNow, for this article above or any of the others [like the Kashmir lynching], do you want a religious war, abusing particular religion or do you fight on the overall evil itself - of mob violence? Stop abusing religions.
Second amendment believers, in the case of the Breonna Taylor shooting, was Kenneth Walker right to shoot at police or is Jonathan Mattingly right to sue him?
Short version: I think this whole thing was a fucking shitshow.Slightly longer version: I think when you start doing no-knock warrant service, at night, there is a non-zero risk that somebody is going to start shooting at you. I find this sort of warrant to be highly suspect, needlessly provocative, and not generally in the interests of justice.People have a right to defend their homes, and you don’t get to claim the protection of the badge if you don’t adequately identify yourself, and I find the evidence that police announced insufficient, or at the very least that the announcement was insufficient.I find that the approval of the warrant itself was overly quick, given that it was an application for a no knock warrant, and I strongly suspect that the application itself was fraudulent, as it was based in part on the statement of a postal inspector, which doesn’t seem to have happened. This matter should be investigated by federal agents, and if it was indeed fraudulent than serious federal charges should be brought against all involved, and the department should be subject to a consent decree, including federal monitorings of all warrants for at least ten years. This is a violation of the most basic of all rights, and violations of it can not be tolerated.I find that the clothing worn by the officers was insufficient to identify them as police officers, and that their tactics, training, and procedures were inadequate to the task of performance of such warrant service.While this whole thing may have been “legal” it is just barely so, and that certainly doesn’t make it right, or within the bounds of what I would consider minimum acceptable performance for a law enforcement agency.While Mattingly may be within his legal right to sue Mr. Walker, I have little sympathy for the suit.