Rosa Parks, Dr. King (who we celebrate Monday), Ghandi, many more I've missed: contrast their non-violent approach to change and progress with forceful and violent actions through the course of history. It's like AOC said the other day: what are you going to do with what's left of the country you conquer?Quite a contrast to the Trumpster Proud Boys and their Confederate Flag.
I'm disappointed, did they cut the Stars and Bars out of the pic?I didn't go through this whole thread, but here are some local MN proud boys. This creep Chad Rafdal tried to dox someone connected to GopherHole I believe who outed him as a proud boy after he took part in the Capitol Insurrection
Ah okay thank you so a very old symbol of hate. I have noticed a newer version that is like a worn out looking USA Flag that some wear on shirts, jackets, or on their cars. Not sure what they call it but maybe it's meant to show how persecuted they feel as white americansConfederate Flag is called the Stars and Bars, the one flag is cut out.
If your definition of "unconstitutional" means within the law and within the constructs of our US Constitution, and completely fair, then you would be correct. Is that what you mean?So we are in agreement then: The 'rules' 'imposed' by the states to change voting methods during the pandemic were unconstitutional. See this is what Barr, when he rebuked Blitzer, meant when he said mail in voting was playing with fire.