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3 hours ago, Zeke said:

Has Cnjfo thought about gab vs Facebook.

or mewe? 

Never heard of gab until tonight.  mewe is flooded with gun sellers since FB doesn't allow it.

Do either of these sites have links from newspapers, you tube, etc. on their pages to make sharing easier?  Forgive me, another 18 hr day so maybe I didn't type that right.  Looking for a logo to click on to take a video clip from one source & copy / paste to mewe or gab.  Haven't seen where I can do it.  Am I wrong?  People out there are more stupid than I about computers.

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4 hours ago, Smokin .50 said:

Never heard of gab until tonight.  mewe is flooded with gun sellers since FB doesn't allow it.

Do either of these sites have links from newspapers, you tube, etc. on their pages to make sharing easier?  Forgive me, another 18 hr day so maybe I didn't type that right.  Looking for a logo to click on to take a video clip from one source & copy / paste to mewe or gab.  Haven't seen where I can do it.  Am I wrong?  People out there are more stupid than I about computers.

You might also want to reach out to Terry Beck on FB. You might want her to put a temporary link on CNJFO site. 

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When I get a chance to breathe, I'll probably try.  Tonight getting ready for NJ Constitutional Republicans meeting at Centerton CC in Pittsgrove tomorrow night.  Then Sunday is the Hog Hunt---I leave Saturday & play "Social Director".  Thanks Bob!

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20 hours ago, Golf battery said:

Rosie   Great event tonight.  Great turn out.  Jay Factor is amazing with his constitutional 2a knowledge. Btw.  Vote Republican.  

Theme of the night.  Incrementalism. Think about it with your 2a rights. 

Thanks Ed & thanks again for your generous gift to help make LIBERTY HAPPEN!

Rosey

P.S.:  Hunt got postponed because both Governors already declared states of emergency & closed the roads to all but emergency traffic.  So enjoy making some scratch doing the plowing & stay safe!

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