I'm starting to think that 2016 is the beginning of the end of the identity politic and politically correct strain of liberalism.
The Orlando attack seems to have woken up a sort of cognitive dissonance where liberals still try to find ways to blame Trump, guns, whites, Christians, and anyone but the obvious. 50+ people were killed and the headlines seems to be concentrating on Trump more than the actual massacre.
This is only the USA; there's now an IS related hostage situation in France thats only further goingto bring up questions. In addition, there's...
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It is the end of so much, and the beginning of even more
explain yourselves /pol/
>visit burgerstan on holiday
>shop at designated shitting market
>15 yards away from the toy aisle there are AR-15s
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA YOU CAN'T MAKE THIS SHIT UP
Meanwhile in bizzaro /pol/...
The hostage crisis is over, police stormed the house and shot dead the muzzies. The couple's 3-year old son was rescued.
Will look for better sources soon, but this is breaking.
ffs when will the frenchies release the name
I always thought the Stars and Stripes only went down for high dignitaries. Heads of State or high ranking Federal positions.
Why did this faggot in the White House order my Flag lowered to 'honor' a bunch of fucking Sodomites?
>the holocaust never happened
How's it feel to be completely and utterly BRFO by this pic
Other then pol is there any right wing website you guys visit. Hopefully one with a forum section?
Are you resisting /pol/?
If you live in the United States, you are:
5,882 times more likely to die from medical error than from terrorism.
4,706 times more likely to die from alcohol poisoning than from terrorism.
2,565 times more likely to die from cancer than from terrorism.
1,904 times more likely to die in a car accident than from terrorism.
Less than 4,000 Americans have died in terrorist attacks since 2001, including 9/11. Meanwhile, heart disease kills an average of 614,348 Americans annually. Seems like investing in healthcare or driver safety would have saved way more lives than bombing and pissing off already unstable parts of the world.
I know I'm not going to get killed from a terrorist attack you fucking dummy. HOWEVER we don't need policies that raise that probability higher i.e. letting in refugees that hate Americans and also doing nothing to attack ISIS.
>Women in the Military
Not a looker in the bunch
Who would Jesus vote for?
Trump or Hillary?
What does /pol/ think of him?