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Weenies burn flag to protest cops, get attacked by bikers, need cops to save their asses

Discussion in 'BBS Hangout: Debate & Discussion' started by GlenDice, Jul 2, 2015.

  1. RocketsLegend

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    Your tone says it all and not just in this thread but all the threads you participate in. You need to stop watching TYT and start celebrating patriotism.
     
  2. fchowd0311

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    My intellect is above symbolic worshiping.
     
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    The point is: You don't know whether a burner or a biker threw out the first punch.
     
  4. fchowd0311

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    From the article. Quite literally the first line: "A group of flag-burning anti-NYPD protesters needed New York’s Finest to save their skin from a gang of angry bikers who tried to pummel them in a Brooklyn park for setting Old Glory ablaze Wednesday."

    It's pretty ****ing obvious that the bikers started the physical altercation over being butt hurt.
     
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    Source: If it is the Times or one of he other leftist newspapers, you don't really know. Like Hillary, they think nothing of lying to further their own narrative. "Tried to pummel" indicates force in and of itself. There still is no indication of who tossed the first "pumm."
     

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