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The latest meaningless alt white insult to all "them" liberal losers, basically.

Snowflake:
An overly sensitive person that doesn't take criticism well.

But ironically: it"s original political use was in the Civil War era MO, for those that opposed the abolition of slavery ... snowflakes because they were so very white.

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Jan 19, 2017 - Before last year, snowflake-as-slang lingered on the fringes of the lexicon. ... The insult expanded to encompass not just the young but liberals of all ... You can see this linguistic evolution play out on Urban Dictionary: The ... Special snowflakes. ... Snowflake also clicks nicely with “special” — and, for formal ...

It's okay, good even, Belle, but clearly you must hang out the better internet areas . emoticon
 

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When her book makes its inevitable trip to the dollar table at Walmadrt I will purchase a copy..

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 Juvenile name-calling. No wonder I haven't paid enough attention to know what it meant.
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This man is unhinged.

I've never heard of the crime of "solicitation of assault," but I'm glad it's a crime.

Martin Shkreli jailed after Facebook post about Hillary Clinton

By Renae Merle September 13 at 6:10 PM

NEW YORK — A federal judge on Wednesday revoked the $5 million bail of Martin Shkreli, the infamous former hedge fund manager convicted of defrauding investors, after prosecutors complained that his out-of-court antics posed a danger to the community.

While awaiting sentencing, Shkreli has harassed women online, prosecutors argued, and even offered his Facebook followers $5,000 to grab a strand of Hillary Clinton’s hair during her book tour. Shkreli, who faces up to 20 years in prison, apologized saying that he did not expect anyone to take his online comments seriously.

“He does not need to apologize to me. He should have apologized to the government, the Secret Service, and Hillary Clinton,” said U.S. District Judge Kiyo Matsumoto, in revoking his bond.

“This is a solicitation of assault. That is not protected by the First Amendment.”
Shkreli was taken into custody immediately after the hour-long hearing. He did not visibly react though he appeared more nervous than when he entered court. He will remain jailed until his sentencing hearing, later this fall.

Shkreli’s attorneys argued that his comments, while distasteful, did not make him dangerous. “I understand now, that some may have read my comments about Mrs. Clinton as threatening, when that was never my intention when making those comments,” Shkreli said in an earlier letter to the judge.

“It never occurred to me that my awkward attempt at humor or satire would cause Mrs. Clinton or the Secret Service any distress.”

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 Juvenile name-calling. No wonder I haven't paid enough attention to know what it meant.



It is more than just that.

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From a historical standpoint, books like Clinton's are of some interest because it provides a unique (although after the eyes of editors and publicists, a decidedly one-eye-blind manicured) perspective on the campaign. Far better, from that historical standpoint, are the books written by journalists covering the campaign. Read "The Making of the President" books for 1960 to 1972, or books by Jack Germond and Jules Witcover for 1976 to 1992 for a somewhat more balanced treatment of campaigns. Whatever book you read, you need to understand and appreciate the biases of the author before you read the book.

Probably the best ones I've read are The Making of the President 1960, Marathon (about the 1976 campaign,) The Selling of the President (1968,) and The Boys on the Bus. Different perspectives and different authors, but all are terrific reads and have different levels of relevance to today.
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She was the PERSON interpreting for the media this morning. Completely off where she STATED Bernie was a leading cause of her flop when on CBS Sunday Morning interview where she also torqued off a number of the public as to their part in her failure. She comes off as a phony and a fraud unable to deal with her own faults.



As the person running she has a right to interpret what she experienced. I saw her on "The View" and only a small segment of her loss and what she said was attributed to Bernie. This would be the time due to an extremely different event in a US presidential race to read what both sides have to say. Her overall accusation for her loss still directly leads to Comey.
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quote:

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She was the PERSON interpreting for the media this morning. Completely off where she STATED Bernie was a leading cause of her flop when on CBS Sunday Morning interview where she also torqued off a number of the public as to their part in her failure. She comes off as a phony and a fraud unable to deal with her own faults.



As the person running she has a right to interpret what she experienced. I saw her on "The View" and only a small segment of her loss and what she said was attributed to Bernie. This would be the time due to an extremely different event in a US presidential race to read what both sides have to say. Her overall accusation for her loss still directly leads to Comey.



I don't see how Comey could have had anything at all to do with it.
All he said was that new files were found 11 days before the election, that had not been looked at, and 2 days later he said they had nothing in them of substance.
That was over a week before the election.
No one could have been effected by that.
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I would call that a day late and a dollar short plus you add Wiener/Huma, the DNC with Wasserman-Schultz, Barbara Jordan. A week before the election is a very short time and so is two days, there were already skeptical democrats and I know some who this sealed the deal and they didn't vote at all. It was extremely substantial especially when you look at states Trump carried by 1% or less.
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Wrong, Rigby. He announced the new e-mails 11 days before the election, but said nothing was there only 2 days before the election -- 9 days to let the charge sink in, only 2 to get the word out that there was nothing there. The damage he did is indisputable. In those 9 days people who had already voted for Hillary said they would like to take their votes back. Trump was announcing that they COULD take their votes back. Don't you all remember that?

Oct. 28, 2016

Comey announced that new emails had been discovered on the laptop of former New York Rep. Anthony Weiner, who was married to top Clinton aide Huma Abedin, and that messages may be related to the Clinton probe. His announcement came 11 days before Election Day.

Nov. 6, 2016

Two days before the presidential election, Comey wrote a letter to lawmakers saying that the FBI's previous decision not to recommend charges against Clinton over her emails would stand.

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