May 23rd – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1220

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748 Responses to May 23rd – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1220

  1. Troublemaker10 says:

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    • All Too Much says:

      What part of no won’t they understand?

      Liked by 3 people

    • I agree. Let’s hear from the top Watergate Prosecutor:

      via Hot Air: Highly-respected Chief Counsel to the House Judiciary Committee Jerry Zeifman, a lifelong Democrat, supervised the work of 27-year-old Hillary Rodham on the committee. Hillary got a job working on the investigation at the behest of her former law professor, Burke Marshall, who was also Sen. Ted Kennedy’s chief counsel in the Chappaquiddick affair. When the investigation was over, Zeifman fired Hillary from the committee staff and refused to give her a letter of recommendation – one of only three people who earned that dubious distinction in Zeifman’s 17-year career. Why?

      “Because she was a liar,” Zeifman said in an interview last week. “She was an unethical, dishonest lawyer. She conspired to violate the Constitution, the rules of the House, the rules of the committee and the rules of confidentiality.”

      Zeifman: “After hiring Hillary, Doar assigned her to confer with me regarding rules of procedure for the impeachment inquiry. At my first meeting with her I told her that Judiciary Committee Chairman Peter Rodino, House Speaker Carl Albert, Majority Leader “Tip” O’Neill, Parliamentarian Lou Deschler and I had previously all agreed that we should rely only on the then existing House Rules, and not advocate any changes. I also quoted Tip O’Neill’s statement that: “To try to change the rules now would be politically divisive. It would be like trying to change the traditional rules of baseball before a World Series.”

      Hillary assured me that she had not drafted, and would not advocate, any such rules changes. However, as documented in my personal diary, I soon learned that she had lied. She had already drafted changes, and continued to advocate them. In one written legal memorandum, she advocated denying President Nixon representation by counsel. In so doing she simply ignored the fact that in the committee’s then most recent prior impeachment proceeding, the committee had afforded the right to counsel to Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas.

      I had also informed Hillary that the Douglas impeachment files were available for public inspection in the committee offices. She later removed the Douglas files without my permission and carried them to the offices of the impeachment inquiry staff — where they were no longer accessible to the public.”…….

      Fact Check: “Specifically, Zeifman contends that Rodham and others wanted Richard Nixon to remain in office to bolster the chances of Sen. Ted Kennedy or another Democrat being elected president. …Rodham [was] trying to gain enough votes on the Judiciary Committee to change House rules and deny counsel to Nixon.

      In order to pull this off, Zeifman said that Rodham wrote a fraudulent legal brief, and confiscated public documents. After the Nixon impeachment investigation was finished, Zeifman fired Rodham and said he refused to give her a letter of recommendation. Zeifman said he regrets not reporting Rodham to the appropriate bar association.”

      “My…regret; when I terminated her employment on the Nixon impeachment staff, I had not reported her unethical practices to the appropriate bar associations. B]ecause of a number of her unethical practices I decided that I could not recommend her for any subsequent position of public or private trust. Hillary Clinton is ethically unfit to be either a senator or president — and if she were to become president, the last vestiges of the traditional moral authority of the party of Roosevelt, Truman and Johnson will be destroyed.”

      He was right, too. Case Closed.

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      • vikingmom says:

        The butterfly effect…if only Zeifman had followed through and reported Hillary to the Bar Association back then, so much of what has happened to our country in the last 40 years might not have happened. It’s a hard but undeniable fact of life that ignoring criminal wrong doing early on, in the hope that the person will change, almost NEVER works and usually emboldens them to continue because when they “get away” with small crimes, it’s easy to commit and justify larger, more serious ones!

        Vince Foster, Seth Rich, and Jeffrey Epstein had no comment on the matter…

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        • boogywstew says:

          Vince Foster, Seth Rich and Jeffrey Epstein have already voted early for Joe Biden. If only Hillary had pushed Mary Jo out of Ted Kennedy’s car to take her place.

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        • Rhi says:

          Exactly right vikingmom, excellent illustration of ‘the butterfly effect’. The trajectories of history from a little nudge of a decision to act or not to reverberates throughout time. For good or bad. Only God can turn it around:

          Romans 8:28
          King James Version
          28 And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.

          HIS story (history) is already written, we are witnessing the unveiling of it and we know that He is not mocked, He WILL repay.

          Thanks for the great ‘butterfly effect’ illustration vikingmom!

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      • Magabear says:

        So Hitlary was always a liar and all around repugnant humanoid. No suprise there.


    • DeWalt says:

      My question is, if they file a brief using false information, demonstrably false information, why won’t those individuals be charged with perjuring the court? This is a legal document or affidavit they are submitting. Correct?

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      • Hillary never filed that one with a court. She was advocating for the House to deny Nixon counsel, which is hilarious for someone who has had to hide behind lawyers her whole life.

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      • DeWalt:
        When lawyers argue their cases before juries, the judges always remind them (juries) that what lawyers say IS NOT EVIDENCE. However, opposing counsel can object by arguing that what was said is a ‘misstatement of the record!’ Then a judge will rule for or against.
        Oftentimes judges can’t remember whether or not it is a misstatement, so they will allow it, cautioning that the statement is only a legal ‘argument’ and not ‘evidence.’ The jury is then encouraged to rely on its own recollection of the facts.

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      • WhiteBoard says:

        they allows imaginations to lead others to do their dirty work.

        for example, They NEVER heard the Flynn call..
        they merely knew of it (pen registry) and assumed the talk met inaction by the russians, and the summarized it for the briefings and courts to get warrants etc..

        never heard call – arrested flynn – misled court and all with summary.

        fished and fished hoping mueller would find something – then Choked.

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  2. rah says:

    I swear the press are nothing but petulant little children. They never grew up. They never had to deal with the real world and when they do bump up against reality they whine and cry and throw tantrums. Nasty crazy disgusting stuff.

    Washington Post’s Milbank: ‘If Trump Likes Hydroxychloroquine, He’ll Love Camel Urine’

    Lefty Columnist Would Vote for Biden Even If ‘He Boiled Babies and Ate Them’

    NYT Praises Pelosi’s Politicized Masks; Ivanka Was ‘Movie Bank Robber’

    Senator Scott is right. The leftist press is making the exact same mistakes they made running up to the 2016 election. Only this time they have the albatrosses of a partisan impeachment and the attempted coup and Flynn all hanging around their neck.

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  3. Reserved55 says:

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    • Reserved 55:
      (regarding Trump’s duty to overrule governors).
      It is basic civics that wherein a state constitution conflicts with the US Constitution, the state constitution will be overruled!

      Liked by 1 person

      • dwpender says:

        True, but every one of these State and Local Tyrants’ regal edicts egregiously violates their respective STATE Constitutions, as well as the Supreme Law of the Land Federal one.

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    • DeWalt says:

      Bill of Rights, Incorporation

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      • rah says:

        Screw incorporation, It is a fabrication of the SCOTUS to try and claim that certain rights, as expressed in the BOL are not as binding as the other rights enumerated in the BOL. Thus the 1st and 14th are “incorporated” but the 2nd and 10th are not! IMO no SCOTUS nor anyone or any mechanism other than the convention of the states has the moral or legal power or right to claim that one right in the BOL is superior or inferior to another. Every right applies to every citizen and no state has the power to infringe upon them and if it is not enumerated then the 10th applies. The right way to have dealt with Jim Crow would have been an article specifically dealing with equal rights for individuals and thus binding on the states to recognize those individual rights instead of setting up “incorporation” which by it’s very nature sets certain articles of the BOL superior to others by saying some apply to states and others do not!

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    • Robert Smith says:

      I didn’t know Soledad was still around.


  4. Sharyl Attkisson: “Camps largely divided along political lines. Many right-leaning media figures sided with hydroxychloroquine while the left-leaning press backed remdesivir. Each accusing the other of ignoring real science.

    Dr. William O’Neill: I’ve never seen science politicized in 40 years of practice.

    Sharyl: Cardiologist Dr. William O’Neill is a medical director at the Henry Ford Health System in Detroit, Michigan where they’re studying both remdesivir and hydroxychloroquine. Some people in the media are treating hydroxychloroquine as if it’s something that’s being pitched by charlatans, it’s dangerous, and that’s been debunked and discredited. What do you make of that?

    Dr. O’Neill: I think that’s very harmful. President Trump touted it early and so then the media set out to disprove and discredit it without any regard for science. I think those of us that are actually involved in the scientific endeavor feel that there is some value to it and it has to be tested.

    Sharyl: Dr. O’Neill says he’s prescribed hydroxychloroquine to help numerous coronavirus patients and saw improvement in all of them. He’s less impressed, so far, by remdesivir.

    Dr. O’Neill: There’s a lot of hype for the drug. I saw the original new England Journal article study and I saw the Lancet study and to me it’s just like a big Ho Hum. I just don’t see a big benefit to it.

    Sharyl: Adding to the drama and confusion, a draft version of a study was accidentally published last month showing remdesivir did not help most coronavirus patients and caused such serious side effects, 18 test subjects were taken off the drug. Gilead, the maker of remdesivir, did not respond to our interview requests but has said it ended the study because it couldn’t find enough volunteers to take part. On May 1, the FDA seemed to give remdesivir the edge, allowing emergency use for severely ill coronavirus patients at the same time, stepping up cautions against hydroxychloroquine and its sister drug saying they should only be taken in the hospital or as part of a formal study due to reports of “serious heart rhythm problems.”

    Dr. O’Neill is now leading a study to find out if hydroxychloroquine can serve a critical role as a medicine to prevent coronavirus. But he says the bad press is making it difficult.

    Dr. O’Neill: Now people are scared to use the drug without any scientifically valid concern. We’ve talked with our colleagues at the University of Minnesota who are doing a similar study, and at the University of Washington. We’ve treated 400 patients and haven’t seen a single adverse event. And what’s happening is because of this fake news and fake science, the true scientific efforts are being harmed because people now are so worried that they don’t want to enroll in the trials.

    Dr. Steven Hatfill: Why are the press running medicine in the United States? This is not right.

    Sharyl: Dr. Steven Hatfill is a biomedical scientist who worked on Ebola and studies pandemic responses and medicine. He says there’s an unwarranted campaign against hydroxychloroquine.

    Sharyl: You think lives were lost because it wasn’t used?

    Dr. Hatfill: Yes, lives were lost.

    He took hydroxychloroquine years ago for malaria and recently, again, to test to prevent coronavirus.

    Sharyl: A preventive would mean, if it were to work, that the fear that this comes back before there’s a working vaccine, the fear that we have another shutdown …

    Dr. Hatfill: a return to work … early detection, return to work. Would I give it as a prophylaxis to everybody? No. But for fit, healthy, critical workers going back to work or high risk populations; chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, ex-smokers, diabetics, obesity …

    Sharyl: Might work for them?

    Dr. Hatfill: It might work for them.

    Sharyl: A third scientist we spoke to, who says hydroxychloroquine has been unfairly disparaged, is Dr. Jane Orient, head of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons. How do you account for the difference in medical and scientific opinion about this drug? Because some people seem so certain that it can be a positive benefit to coronavirus patients, maybe even crucial in the early days, whereas some people are convinced it should absolutely not be used.

    Dr. Orient: That’s a very good question. But the ones who have the most experience are very enthusiastic about the possibilities. And we do have naysayers that we suspect may have a little conflict of interest because they are so enthusiastic about remdesivir, which is a new drug that hasn’t been approved for anything. And that so far is showing a really very equivocal or even negative results.

    Sharyl: All three scientists criticized that VA report casting doubt on hydroxychloroquine as little more than a list of cases with crucial details missing. It turns out one author of the report received research funding from Gilead, the maker of remdesivir, including a 247-thousand dollar grant in 2018.

    Orient: I think we have to look at the money. There’s no big profits made in hydroxychloroquine. It’s very cheap, easy to manufacture, been around for 70 years. It’s generic. Remdesivir is a new drug that could be very expensive and very lucrative if it’s ever approved. So I think we really do have to consider there’s some financial interest involved here.

    Dr. Hatfill: Some of these decisions did not seem to be rational. And when things, in my opinion that are so clear, the right path to take aren’t taken, very often: Money is somehow involved.

    Sharyl: When it comes to money, we checked financial ties among experts on the government panel devising coronavirus treatment guidelines— which had the effect of dialing back hydroxychloroquine use and giving an edge to remdesivir. We found that of 11 members reporting links to a drug company, nine of them named relationships to remdesivir’s maker Gilead. Seven more, including two of the committee’s leaders, have ties to Gilead beyond the 11 months they had to disclose. Two were on Gilead’s advisory board. Others were paid consultants or received research support and honoraria. Nobody reported ties to hydroxychloroquine which is now made by numerous generic manufacturers and is so cheap, analysts say even a spike in sales would not be a financial driver for the companies.”

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  5. Reserved55 says:


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    • Hey Maxine Waters . . . this is what being “woke” really looks like.

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    • litenmaus says:

      07.09.2019 – CNN Dem commentator & putz brother of the NY mayor, Chris Cuomo interviewed Joe & Jill Bitem last night, so wife Jill could do the talking and explain to the nation that she was surprised that Kamala “implied” her husband Joe was racist. “I mean, the one thing you cannot say about Joe is that he’s a racist,” Jill Biden said. “I mean, he got into politics because of his commitment to civil rights. And then to be elected with Barack Obama, and then someone is saying, you know, you’re a racist?”

      08.08.2019 – “Poor kids are just as bright, just as talented, as white kids,” he added.

      05.21.2020 – “You ain’t Black”

      “I mean, the one thing you cannot say about Joe is that he’s a racist,”

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  6. senda72 says:

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  7. Reserved55 says:

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    • Call her woke Wanda!

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      The surgical masks are for the purpose of protecting other people, not the wearer. That’s why surgeons wear them.

      If you want to protect yourself, wear a respirator. But it has to be properly/tightly fitted.

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      • booger71 says:

        Surgeons should wear masks while in surgery, not getting a haircut.


      • 7delta says:

        Surgeons and medical teams wear masks to prevent accidental exchange of body fluids, from them to open wounds and from blood spray from the patient. Often includes eye protection too. Surgical and cloth masks do not protect either the infected or uninfected.

        Just wait a month or so. The CDC is cycling back to the pre-Covid-19 panic to previous guidelines backed by decades of studies. The WHO has already returned to science backed guidelines that say healthy people should not wear masks daily to prevent respiratory infections, because surgical and cloth masks are not effective barriers. Since viruses can infect through the eyes, masks alone are never efficient barriers in high risks environments.

        An infected person wearing a masks does not protect other people. It’s a media narrative with no science behind it. No studies have ever shown any such benefit and to date, none of the current theoretical computer models saying there might be benefit have advanced from hypothetical to human trials to test their theories.


  8. Dora says:

    Dems Block House Investigation Into China’s Coronavirus Lies and Malfeasance

    This week, House Democrats whose colleagues rushed to investigate President Donald Trump’s coronavirus response amid the ongoing pandemic once again refused to give the green light to an effort to investigate China’s lies and malfeasance regarding the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic. Democrats blocked the Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis from investigating China’s malfeasance.

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  9. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  10. mazziflol says:

    Some just might want to hear it again.

    Liked by 8 people

  11. rondo123456 says:

    Stanford Professor and Nobel Prize Winner Explains this Viral Lockdown – Fully!

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  12. Hmmm... says:

    I’m not sure I believe McCarthy. He kinda glosses over something today in his NYPost column. He is saying that the FBI had unmasked summarizations of Flynn’s conversations with no paperwork. I’m just curious what basis they would have to be able to intercept his calls. I am not a lawyer but the 4th amendment is not that complicated. You need judicial branch approval to listen in on a US citizen. Perhaps someone can fill me in on exactly what basis they were using because I don’t get it. He seems to be conflating an open counter intelligence case with the 702 access to the Russian ambassador. How exactly does that skirt the need for a judge to give permission first? I am very suspicious that McCarthy is covering for the FBI here. FISA is that blanket judicial branch access but I am not understanding how a counterintelligence case alone gives the FBI the ability to ignore the 4th amendment.


    • Edward says:

      Will this be Durham’s first indictment: McCabe was fired after the inspector general found that he willfully misled investigators — multiple times, including under oath — in connection with a self-serving leak he had orchestrated and for which he had tried to shift suspicion to his fellow agents

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  13. Reserved55 says:

    EVERYONE LISTEN: Contact Tracing is Total Societal CONTROL

    This lady (Ca.) attended a training class and made a 30 minute explanatory video. SCARY

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  14. Henry says:

    Get ready for round two.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Reserved55 says:


      jeans2nd says:
      May 23, 2020 at 10:45 am
      Mornin’ fellow Non-Essential Deplorables.
      It’s kinda early for deep thoughts, so save this for later if need be,
      It is all good news.

      The Wilburine Commerce Dept has blacklisted 33 more Chinese companies from the New York Stock Exchange, for participation in surveillance, human rights abuses, and Hong Kong.
      Jack Maxey, War Room Pandemic

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    • Johnny Dollar says:

      Bogus story

      FTA “Over the weekend, Jilin reported 120 new cases” and

      ” neither the cases in Jilin or Wuhan have been as severe as the original outbreak.”

      The province of Jilin has a population of over 127 million people. 120 new cases means what? Everyone to Hysteria? To Panic?

      Reporters are so pathetic.


    • StanH says:

      Fool me once…


  15. Reserved55 says:

    Door number two

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  16. sunnyflower5 says:

    It’s a beautiful, healthy, sunshiny day 🇺🇸

    Liked by 9 people

  17. Perot Conservative says:

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  18. Right Mover says:

    The rate of new coronavirus cases in New Jersey is down 71% vs. five weeks ago.
    COVID hospitalizations are down 65% off their peaks.
    But New Jersey is still closed. No church, no dining, no playgrounds, no summer camps, no baseball.
    Phil Murphy is NOT doing “a great job,” Mr. President.
    We flattened the curve. This has been going on for 10 weeks now.

    Liked by 5 people

    • MitchRyderDetroitWheels says:

      somebody in NJ needs to flattened their useless governor

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    • dwpender says:

      Murphy is in fact one of the WORST (although he does face some stiff competition for the top spot) among the State Tyrants currently operating totalitarian police States in what was once known as the Land of Liberty.

      Even having the audacity to say on National TV that he doesn’t think about the Bill of Rights when he issued his edicts has failed to provoke Barr’s DOJ to action.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Robert Smith says:

        Murphy has benefited from the Corona virus debacle. People knew he was ineffectual before but now they are forced to listen to his edicts or else.


    • I Hear You Now says:

      Right Mover:

      Why not copy and paste this into an email directly to President Trump?

      Liked by 1 person

  19. Reserved55 says:


    Looks like JB Comorbidity tried to pull a fast one (a friendly Fed judge) and lost.

    Darren Bailey v Pritzker

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  20. Val says:

    Hmm…Brazil has been in lockdown since March, and yet …

    “South America the new epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic, according to the World Health Organization.

    Last week, Brazil overtook Spain and Italy in total confirmed cases. A few days later, Brazil recorded over 20,000 new cases in a single day, with total confirmed cases surpassing 300,000 on Friday. Only the United States and Russia have counted more cases than Brazil has.”

    To put in perspective, as of 5/22:
    Brazil population 212,559,4172
    Brazil Covid-19 cases 310,086
    Brazil Covid-19 deaths 21,116

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    • Reserved55 says:

      Fake News from Faux News

      First the article is basically WHO propaganda and never mentions testing. More tests more “cases”

      The article DOES NOT mention Chinazi.


      • Val says:

        Of course it is. To me, it shows that lockdowns will not diminish the number of cases, as they were saying it would.


    • Robert Smith says:

      CV-19 likes hot and humid. Brazil during their discussions.


  21. snarkybeach says:

    my favorite video of the day (and a perfect illustration of a Karen):

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  22. NJF says:

    Oh Lordy, what a loser.

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  23. Reserved55 says:

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  24. Troublemaker10 says:

    Biden campaign doesn’t consider Latinos ‘part of their path to victory,’ political operatives say

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  25. Troublemaker10 says:

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  26. WhiteBoard says:

    PDJT called on the militia yesterday when he was talking to the bikers – – right before they rode

    he said the 2% or 3%


  27. Reserved55 says:

    Sen Schatz (C) Hi: Censor negative Biden coverage.

    Freelander (C) Politico

    Maui Wowie


  28. evergreen says:

    Has anyone given any thought to the likelihood that testing may not be a popular thing to do?


    Because, there may be a fear that a positive test will land you in the Enforcer’s sights and become subject to mandatory detention, etc.

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    • Free Speech says:

      With freedom, and possibly the state coming to take your kids away, people are crazy for getting tested if they’re not sick. Especially in light of the fact it has been demonstrated the test is unreliable, giving a lot of false positives and negatives. Even if you are sick, there’s risks to causing an endless number of people you’ve been in contact who aren’t sick to get in the same hot water. Honestly, I’m drinking tonic water(quinine) and doubling down on zinc at this point as a preventative.

      Liked by 2 people

    • fangdog says:

      I have thought this since day-1.

      Imagine testing positive at age 50 and having to wear a “muzzle” the rest your life every time you go out doors? Or being confined to Coronavirus infected sections in restaurants.

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  29. Troublemaker10 says:

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  30. Troublemaker10 says:

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  31. cheryl says:

    Just saw this on another site. Project Veritas…Democratic Operative Explains Voter Fraud: We’ve Been Busing People In For Fifty Years Oh no, Democrats wouldn’t cheat, would they?!

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  32. Magabear says:

    Brian Kilmeade has the insufferable douche nozzle Chris Wallace on his radio show and Chrissy is in his prime lie after lie form. Brian keeps giving Chrissy fact after fact as to how lockdowns are a bad idea and Chrissy goes to his trusted news source, the NYT, to try and refute the truth. What a clown.

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    • Edward says:

      Chrissy is horrible. It is all about the gotcha question, damn the idea of securing straight information and news from his guests. His Daddy sucked eggs and little Chissy does too. Ever noticed his eyebrows? Good grief, I think he must be a cross-dresser.


    • gda53 says:

      They deserve each other.


  33. Reserved55 says:


  34. wtd says:

    From Diana West, the author of several books such as “The Red Thread: A Search for Ideological Drivers Inside the Anti-Trump Conspiracy”, “American Betrayal: The Secret Assault on Our Nation’s Character”, and “Death Of The Grown-Up” come the following related tweet:

    This is a sensational news story, not just a tweet:
    BREAKING: “Longtime Fox Senior Correspondent Reports `the Agencies’ (IC?) Have Fully Penetrated All News Majors With Persons `On Payroll By Choice, Or not.”
    ===>Before I left Fox, I was told the agencies…depending on which one…”have someone at every major news outlet.” Either on payroll by choice, or not. Makes sense whether you agree or not. It wasn’t a surprise to me, but a surprise that someone admitted it to me.


  35. Liberty Forge says:

    Well, lookie here.

    Pennsylvania is apparently trying to shift the blame of the nearly 70% of the Covid-19 deaths occurring in PA nursing homes — by blaming the nursing homes themselves for Wolf’s disastrous policy.

    Keep in mind that this is the same PA Department of Health that ‘allowed’ Dr. Kermit Gosnell to continue to perform abortions in a filthy, deplorable clinic in Philadelphia for decades. The Dept. of Health refused to even inspect his facility for 16 years.

    Yet now, the PA Department of Health has suddenly acquired ethics & standards?

    Dr. Richard (Rachel) Levine has no shame.

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    • Magabear says:

      Wolf and Levine should be forcibly removed fron office. Preferably by state or federal law enforcement, but these two are rouge actors not even attempting to follow the rule of law.


  36. cheering4america says:

    How did I miss this?!!!!

    The FBI DOES know of communications between Seth Rich and Wikileaks!

    “I am reliably informed that the NSA or its partners intercepted at least some of the communications between Mr. Rich and Wikileaks. Before elaborating on that, however, I should first note the extent to which the “deep state” has already tried to cover up information about Mr. Rich. In an October 9, 2018 affidavit submitted in a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit, FBI section chief David M. Hardy testified that (1) the FBI did not investigate any matters pertaining to Mr. Rich, and (2) the FBI was unable to locate any records about Mr. Rich. Both claims were unequivocally false.”


  37. wtd says:

    Ministers drop the ‘track’ in ‘test, track and trace’ after Britons found the concept ‘scary’


  38. toothpick says:

    In a rare step that adds to this criminal case’s already unusual path, U.S. District Judge Emmet G. Sullivan has retained Beth Wilkinson to represent him in defending his decision to a federal appeals court in Washington, according to a person familiar with the hire who spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the matter.


    • dwpender says:

      Who is paying Wilkinson?

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    • dwpender says:

      Why doesn’t Sullivan know how he justifies his extraordinary conduct on the Flynn case?

      Why does he need a lawyer? Does he foresee some Circuit Court action beyond a reversal and an order to grant DOJ’s motion to dismss with prejudice? Disciplinary referral?


    • Eric C. says:

      Why the effff does a judge need a lawyer?

      Can someone explain this, this makes no sense.


    • Eric C. says:

      Also, a Federal judge is the sole person in control of their docket. It’s obvious Sullivan isn’t, needs friends of the court to help him and an outside attorney to justify his actions.

      I don’t think this will end well for him, he is the one the Senate confirmed to occupy that seat. How many other people he’s sentenced will seek an appeal because of shady rulings that are now in question if they were his doing or not. I know I would if he jailed me.

      I don’t think an appellate court will look kindly on an outsider forming this “judges” opinions. The attorney is clearly not an Article III judge and therefore cannot develop guidance for this judge. Absurd. We imagine if a Trump appointed judge did this, Ice Cream Nancy would already have the impeachment articles drawn up.


    • Robert Smith says:

      DeepState handler?


  39. What in the hell is going on? Sullivan has hired a high-powered attorney to represent him. If there was any doubt, then this proves Sullivan is on the take.


  40. wtd says:

    Exclusive: Project leader Prof Hill warns against ‘over-promising’, as vaccine success is far from guaranteed


  41. Reserved55 says:

    “In the wide-ranging interview with Full Measure set to air Sunday, Trump also addressed the debate over whether religious services should remain closed. Calling them “essential services,” he says it’s time for them to open.

    “Sharyl Attkisson: There are churches and religious leaders, New Jersey, Chicago, California who have said they’re going to defy if necessary, state orders and they’re going to open back up. Should they do that?

    President Trump: I think they’re going to be in great shape. We’re coming out with CDC probably today. In fact, right after this particular magnificent interview that you’re doing… I’m going to be reading an order from CDC, but we’re going to be requesting that they open. I think they’re going to be calling it an essential service, and it is an essential service, and we want to get our churches back open…When you look at some of the things that they consider an essential service, but they don’t consider religious freedom essential service. Now the ministers, the pastors, the rabbis, the anybody you want to say, the religious leaders, all religious leaders, they want to keep the people safe too. But when you see that they’re arresting people and they’re in parking lots in cars with windows, spas and the people are being arrested, it’s a disgrace. Honestly, it’s a disgrace.”

    “That was the insurance policy,” Trump tells Attkisson, speaking of the FBI’s targeting of the Trump campaign in 2016 and the transition team in early 2017. “[They thought ‘Clinton is] going to win but just in case she doesn’t, we have an insurance policy.’ And now I beat them on the insurance policy. And now they’re being exposed.”

    Click here to see how to watch President Trump’s interview on Full Measure with Sharyl Attkisson Sunday.


  42. I need help. I saw a picture/meme of a comparison between masks protection for Cov-vid19 and chain link fence against mosquitoes. I have searched and searched and can not find it. I have a neighbor next door that does silk screen T-Shirts and want to have a bunch made, as well as a local business that does the same work. I would like to give them both business, but want/need the picture which I can not find to give to them. I do not want to make money, but want to spread the word about this stupidity. I will cover the costs of both up to $1,000 dollars for T- shirts at a reasonable price. They can have the money they make on sales. Just want to get the word out.
    Thank you in advance treepers.
    P.S. I live in northern New York.

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  43. Magabear says:

    If you have Sirius XM, take a listen to the Patriot 125 channel during the last hour of Brian Kilmeade’s show. He has Dr. Drew Pinsky on who is talking about how the lockdown/shelter in place theory comes from the writings of a 14 year old girl back in 2006. I know some here have linked to this story, but to hear a well known doctor like Dr. Drew talk about it is mind boggling. Great listen if you can.


  44. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  45. Reserved55 says:

    Expounds on Lee Smith article


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