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George Rodriguez, El Conservador
A constitutional conservative Texan-American of Mexican descent confronting & exposing Fake News & liberals in English & in Spanish.
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George Rodriguez, El Conservador 21h
Replying to @greggutfeld
Behold what dumb parents and indoctrinating education have created.
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George Rodriguez, El Conservador 21h
ALL LIVES MATTER! (Get over it.)
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George Rodriguez, El Conservador Jul 1
If blacks and other minorities want to end the violence in their communities (with or without police), they need to reform "individual behavior." As Mexican President Benito Juarez once said, "Respect for others' rights means peace."
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George Rodriguez, El Conservador Jun 30
In a show of delusional self-importance, members of the “Reliable Revolutionaries,” a Black Lives Matter subgroup in San Antonio, are demanding SA City Councilman Clayton Perry resign.
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George Rodriguez, El Conservador Jun 30
How can you debate or compromise with someone who lies?
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George Rodriguez, El Conservador Jun 30
What am I missing? How stupid are people to defund or abolish police?
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George Rodriguez, El Conservador Jun 30
The new Marxist slogan for the immature & insecure: "Lives are more important than property."
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George Rodriguez, El Conservador Jun 29
The reason one neighborhood is "safe" and another isn't the race but the culture and behavior of the residents. Stop blaming racism and the police.
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George Rodriguez, El Conservador Jun 29
Law enforcement is needed because you have crime. If you want to get rid of police get rid of criminals first.
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George Rodriguez, El Conservador Jun 28
Dear Leftist Latino: What part of the word ILLEGAL don't you understand in immigration and border security or in any personal behavior?
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George Rodriguez, El Conservador Jun 28
Dear BLM: I will NOT feel guilty or be shamed for sins and crimes I never committed. Perhaps you need therapy to get over insecurities.
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George Rodriguez, El Conservador Jun 28
So BLM, if you "perceive" yourself as a "victim" of the law, you think you can be lawless or above the law? Where there is no law, society perishes, and only the strong survive, which means the people you claim to help will suffer the most. Does that matter?
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George Rodriguez, El Conservador Jun 28
BLM protested at a San Antonio city councilman's home on Friday. That's political bullying & intimidation, not a civil debate about issues. Because you perceive yourself to be a "victim," it doesn't give you the right to be lawless.
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George Rodriguez, El Conservador Jun 27
Replying to @News4SA
It was a bit too dramatic. But par for politicians who want to spread fear and s doubt.
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George Rodriguez, El Conservador Jun 27
BLM is a racist organization that uses political bullying and violence to accomplish their anti-American agenda. They don't deserve respect or funding.
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George Rodriguez, El Conservador Jun 27
I will not feel shame or guilt for crimes or sins I did not commit nor for my personal views and thoughts. Get over it "snowflake".
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George Rodriguez, El Conservador Jun 27
Wow. What will happen to affirmative action/equal opportunity and political connections which allow for hiring some of the worst and most incompetent people?
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George Rodriguez, El Conservador Jun 26
Replying to @nytxnn
A "mandate from the people"??? Which people? Fool.
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George Rodriguez, El Conservador Jun 25
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George Rodriguez, El Conservador Jun 24
Like it or not, admit it or not, a civil war has started.
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