Bane Enters Stadium

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stokkebye's picture

The whole staduim was cheering for him! I cant see that happening for the 2 presidents.

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monkeymania's picture

LOLOL You aren't seriously celebrating a stadium full of SEC morons with the intellect of a cross between Gomer Pyle and the cast of Hee Haw cheering the dipshit we have as president are you? NOT getting cheered by that crowd would be a badge of honor for any president. It's actually funny as hell the dumbfuck southerners who for decades swore they would never fall for a New York con artist have been suckered by the biggest con man and scam artist in recent history.

 

Small scams that he has run like the Trump University one and when he was ripping off charities like the one for military veterans and his crime family using the cash for personal things like a portrait of himself seem to be ignored by his cult. The denial of the reality of Trump's scams by his cult rivals the idiocy of members of the David Koresh, Charles Manson, Reverend Moon, Marshall Applewhite, and other legendary charlatans' cults.

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Pantysoaker's picture

hey look its 2015!

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skeptoid's picture

It was widely reported in the media that the entire crowd booed Trump LOL. How Beyond ridiculous is this going to get?

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monkeymania's picture

LOLOLOL Where the hell did you see that? It certainly wasn't "widely reported" that the entire crowd booed-you need to work on your denial of fact skills, I know someone that could use help. Everywhere I saw it was shown as loud cheers and it was obvious when I watched the game. That is Trumptard central down there. It is often correctly "widely reported" that crowds there are made up of closely related fans too.

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puttefnask's picture

He got booed in DC, this footage is from Alabama.

The reason people are confused is because liberal media widely reported the events at DC and said he was "booed in his own backyard", referring to him being President, in the White House, in DC. There should be no surprise Trump has few fans in DC. But this footage from Alabama was barely reported on by liberal media, and got mostly conservative media coverage and spread virally. 

 

CNN clearly showed their bias when they decided to rather spend a lot of time focusing on the events at a baseball game on the same day the successful mission which took out the leader of ISIS was announced.

 

What we can take from this is that the guy responsible for killing the person responsible for targeting you for your freedoms and inspiring terrorism worldwide, will be treated like shit by ungrateful Americans for doing it and like a king by people who understands its importance and whom support him.

 

They were two different crowds of two differing political views.

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monkeymania's picture

Get off the cult wheel, moron. I saw the cheering crowds on all major U.S. networks as well as several foreign. It was well reported he was cheered by the crowd at the Alabama-LSU game. He should be. It's Hee Haw Trumptard central. Liberal media is a joke for sure but he was shown being cheered everywhere, showing the difference between that and the booing at the World Series game.

 

I didn't know your dear leader killed the terrorist leader himself though it was carried out in spite of Donnie Doll Hands.

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-politics/isis-leader-trump-abu-bakr-al-baghdadi-death-syria-kurds-a9175171.html

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puttefnask's picture

If you actually bothered to read what I wrote, you'd see that I actually did not deny that Alabama cheered him. I added extra information about all the coverage at another game in DC where he was booed, to make clear that you and skeptoid were talking about two different events.

 

Yes, to think I was defending you is hard but there it is.

 

And it's hard to carry out a mission without your superior's orders or approval. Something you AND the writers of the article you linked fail to acknowledge.

 

It's known as the chain of command, and Trump could as easily said no and aborted the entire operation.

If that had been the case and made public you would be going on about how Trump let the most dangerous terrorist in the world go, just like Bush did during his administration with bin Laden.

 

I'm pretty sure I'm not the only one who can see you're having a hard time defending contradictions you had nothing to do with conjuring up. You need to take a break from this stuff once in a while. Anybody locally who can take you out for some beers or a cup coffee?

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