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Jason McFarlane
26. Activist. Father, Founder & CEO . Our represent businesses & non-profits across America. Fierce. Nomad.
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Jason McFarlane 6m
So many individuals and families have been trying to follow a legal process, but instead they’ve been stranded in Tijuana or other northern Mexico towns because they have been denied access to any U.S. official.
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Jason McFarlane 26m
answered: I prayed again & again for God to enlarge my territory & again & again, he did!
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Jason McFarlane 31m
Replying to @MagenWhary
An Investor (Better Than Both)
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Jason McFarlane 34m
Replying to @mckaywrigley
Anyway to get on your email list for when it comes out? Maybe I can be the first user!
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Shahin Farshchi 17h
Are you a “pre-seeded” startup raising a few million to launch product? Traditional VCs are cutting bigger checks, later. So, find a hands-on lead investor that will partner w/you to nail down 1) product/market, 2) key metrics, and 3) the levers that will move those metrics.
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Jason McFarlane 39m
Replying to @marwilliamson
I try to watch almost everything you put out & if you want more video reach I recommend avoiding wastebaskets in frame + shooting in a larger room without a “bathroom” echo and with soft (non-fluorescent) lighting on your face. Want you to win!
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Jason McFarlane 45m
The laws literally allow for them to come in and apply from anywhere for asylum within one year. That means, throwing them out earlier is more ILLEGAL than them coming in... This administration is throwing out applicants and rubber stamp denying many.
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Julián Castro 14h
Four years ago today at the Mother Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, SC, nine people were murdered by a white supremacist. The Charleston community taught us how to love in the face of hate. We should honor their memory with action to end gun violence & combat white supremacy.
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Jason McFarlane 2h
On my way, with a chainsaw.
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Replying to @TheBigSkip @AdamSerwer
It’s not entirely unrelated. His point is that white supremicist types somehow blame the black kid when he gets shot by police while holding a toy gun... The same people somehow want to cut the white teen plenty of slack when he gets his Harvard admission rescinded for racism.
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Adam Serwer🍝 14h
Replying to @AdamSerwer
For the record, I was a wretched human until about 16 and I don't think we should just throw kids away because they make terrible mistakes. But I would like for that standard to be applied to everyone and not just kids who remind certain influential people of themselves.
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Adam Serwer🍝 14h
Some people out here who think police murdering a black 12 year old with a toy gun is justified suddenly get really into forgiveness and grace when a white teen loses his chance go to Harvard.
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Jason McFarlane 3h
Our laws literally say they can come in and apply for asylum. If you don’t like that, you can lobby to change the laws.
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Jason McFarlane 3h
Thank you for sharing this! It’s an excellent response!
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Jason McFarlane 3h
I was a stranger and you did not invite me in, I needed clothes and you did not clothe me, I was sick and in prison and you did not look after me.' Matthew 25:43
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Jason McFarlane 3h
I’m self-employed. Name one job held by an illegal immigrant that you want... Name one, really.
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Jason McFarlane 3h
I was a stranger and you did not invite me in, I needed clothes and you did not clothe me, I was sick and in prison and you did not look after me.' Matthew 25:43
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Jason McFarlane 3h
I was a stranger and you did not invite me in, I needed clothes and you did not clothe me, I was sick and in prison and you did not look after me.' Matthew 25:43
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