June 5th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1233

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1,371 Responses to June 5th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1233

  1. Jenevive says:

    Is all this nonsense with Mattis,Kelly, Esper and other military bad talking POTUS
    what I hope it is not, a sign of a military COUP? If so who protects POTUS?

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  2. henry says:

    Great…PT ended the Maine Fishery meeting without taking questions.
    Perfect.

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    • bessie2003 says:

      That was a fantastic round-table wasn’t it? He did as if there were any local reporters there, think there was just one, the President asked what that reporter thought about what he was signing today, think it was a positive response, and once the President saw there were no other local reporters he moved on to other things! Love this man!

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    • vladdy says:

      Just saw a headling about today that says “Trump signs order to allow fishing in conservation area.” When the president signs documents allowing fishing, doesn’t that mean it is no longer a “conservation area”?

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  3. bessie2003 says:

    I LOVE this President – he’s in Bangor, Maine and just signed some documents giving the Maine fishing industry back to them! Amazing round-table. Amazing President!

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    • 4sure says:

      He should have said unlike the POS DOJ/FBI/Mueller fishing expedition to overthrow his election, he was signing real fishing legislation that would benefit the country instead of trying to destroy it.

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  4. trishinsouthernillinois says:

    🗝

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  5. Eaglet says:

    Ya just can’t make this stuff up……..

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  6. BuckNutGuy says:

    Wonder how the LGBTQRS community feels having their pride month hijacked by BLM? /s

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    • NJF says:

      🤣🤣🤣🤣

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    • thedoc00 says:

      Better yet how do those LGBT folks in Minneapolis feel about having major parts of their city go Sharia policed. There are lots of tall buildings for use by the Sharia Police to implement justice vs the LGBT infidels.

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      • StanH says:

        Good catch. There’s always a silver lining. I think it could be instructive for the confused LGBTQRSTWXYZ… crowd.

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      • Dixie says:

        doc, I had someone call me yesterday to inquire what sharia law is so many don’t understand. Shocking that they don’t know.

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        • thedoc00 says:

          They need to read not just Sharia Law but also all the Hadiths and Fatwahs, which are essentially epistles written by Islamic Clergy “amplifying” the meaning of the Koran. Those can also be found listed on line or at least they used to be until inquisitive minds starting noticing them and horrible message they contained.

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        • Dixie says:

          Don’t think this is going to go over well with feminists either:
          Under Sharia, Wives Can Be Beaten.
          Under Sharia, Females Enjoy Fewer Rights than Males.
          Under Sharia, Marriage and Sexual Intercourse with Pre-Pubescent Girls is Permissible.
          Under Sharia, Wives do not Share the Same Divorce Rights as Their Husbands.
          Under Sharia, Female Rulers are Frowned Upon.
          Under Sharia, Wives Should be Subservient to their Husbands.
          Under Sharia, Women are Deemed Lacking in Faith and Intelligence.
          Under Sharia, Raping Female Captives is Permissible.

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      • iswhatitis says:

        I’m sure they don’t care.

        They will be happy to bow at the feet of their actual oppressors, and protest against those that do not oppress them (us).

        The brainwashing is very deep.

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      • Tornarosa says:

        A Deep Thoght doc00. Humor aside, I suspect you’re right.

        The “Defund-the-Police” movement could be an Islamic jihad-inspired stratagem to gain control of the police budget, armament, legitimacy, coercion ability, ability to shield illegal or seditious activity, etc. etc. etc. If not by design, certainly could be hijacked, to yield the same thing as they have in England where the they have sharia law areas and some notorious pedophile gangs protected by their police, handed to them and paid for by the taxpayers.

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    • paper doll says:

      I was thinking that ; LGBTQRS stuff now old hat. Hilarious. I’m guessing they are annoyed indeed. Battle of the Aggrieved! ….who will rule?! 😂

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  7. Eaglet says:

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  8. Lady in Red says:

    I notice all the Commies are using “reimagine” alot. Cuomo, DeBlasio, Omar…They want to “reimagine” their cities, police, education…

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Reimagine Minneapolis without policing.

      Oh, wait… you don’t have to imagine that when the local politicians tell police to stand down and abandon their posts. Let people fend for themselves.

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      • Rileytrips says:

        I’d like to “reimagine” the Congress. I would replace it with actual patriots who love their country, keep their oath of office, write their own legislation, actually work for their constituents, and pass real annual budgets …with term limits.

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        • TPW says:

          If we could get rid of the leadership in both parties the rest would fall into place. You send a Rep. up there and they quickly find out that they must tow party line or no committees. The tea party Reps. have tried to change things but without the numbers they only divide Rep. vote. McConnell Graham and the like need to go. But unless voters are educated to their re election games they continue to be voted in. Must be a country wide funded educational campaign on election fraud and trickery. The RNC will never do this… has to be a citizens effort. So much we could do and control if only we could organize. The tea Party should move forward with bold efforts to reorganize and fund raise. Bet it would succeed this go around.

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          • Tornarosa says:

            Agree TPW, the Party Leaders control the rules they operate under and allow them to get away with molding the Constitution, like plastic, to suit their purposes, like deeming a quorum to be present unless someone objects, the rules for reporting a bill out of committee for vote, recess appointments, etc etc.

            Before the 1790s, Parties were called “Juntas” or “Juntos” like in corrupt Central American banana republics.

            A “Party” is a legal term from tort law, where two “Parties” fight each other in court and one is victorious. This concept and narrative has degraded our government into a Clown Show courtroom- drama. We function as if the two Party Conventions choose legislative champions who do single combat for their Junta. Mitch, Chucky, Kevin, and Nasty

            Our Constitution was not written to be administered by squabbling juntas, In case you were wondering, It was designed for the People to be Represented at the level of Congressional Districts, who supposedly work for the common good and protect the interests of their constituencies, not just be a herd member of the Junta they belong to.

            President Trump embodies this perfectly, and I get the feeling he would be even more effective if he didn’t have to fight Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum 24/7.

            I really like your idea of getting rid of the Party Leader concept, TPW. I would add one other thing. Can we please get rid of “Winner Takes All” in Presidential elections?.

            .

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      • Matthew LeBlanc says:

        Exactly.

        The city looks just like it will w/o police. Burnt to the ground and overrun by thugs.

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    • LKAinLA says:

      Yes. Mayor of New Orleans is using it also. She is a complete disgrace.

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  9. Jenevive says:

    Has Mitt commented on the situation with the Utah National Guard
    in DC/ I know Mike Lee has but have Mitt said anything.

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  10. FPCHmom says:

    Looks like the Police realize they’re getting set up-

    Here’s what really happened –

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    • thedoc00 says:

      I watched this on the screen at the gym. Not so sure about the old guy trying to filch something but it definitely was a set up. The old fraud kept stepping into the officer he was approaching and that officer offered no resistance. Watch when the 2nd policeman tries to move the old guy away from the officer, the 2nd officer reaches out towards the old fraud and he falls like dead mackerel. Then watch later video of him smiling and Ok as he loaded into the ambulance.

      I commented earlier, there is another staged bike trail event making the rounds on CNN as well.

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    • NJF says:

      Well well we’ll bird dogging anyone?

      SD he’s a very clear screen shot of what you’re mentioning.

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      • NJF says:

        Oh wow. Didn’t notice Wolfman’s twitter handle. Sad to see some of these guys leave here.

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        • jay says:

          I watched this in slow motion. Even as he is FALLING, the old man reaches out with his arm extended and touch his phone to the black box on the Police officer’s wait. when he is down on ground, he holds the phone, waits, and finally lets it fall to his side.

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    • Debra says:

      Will we soon see ‘old guys matter’ signs at these protests . . .?

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    • TheWanderingStar says:

      Ironically the old dude is a long time community organizer/peace activist for PUSH (People United for Sustainable Housing) group. Not his first run-in with a LEO.

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      • WSB says:

        And ironically, he did not have his helmet on.

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        • thedoc00 says:

          The reason for no helmet was the fool was caught between wanting to get pushed (safety) and not being able to take a selfie of the incident he precipitates and have his face be visible.

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      • palafox says:

        Irony: “activist for PUSH.”

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        • marymorse says:

          More on PUSH
          https://www.influencewatch.org/non-profit/people-united-for-sustainable-housing-push-buffalo/

          …”According to the 2015 Form 990, PUSH Buffalo took in $1.6 million in revenue, nearly all of it in contributions and grants. It spent $1.8 million in expenses. [16]

          The group’s largest expense, $1.3 million, was for community organizing targeting energy companies and banks. It spent $263,537 on energy efficiency projects. It spent $38,585 on water reclamation programs. [17]

          It raised $1.1 million in grants, $350,566 from government grants, and $131,472 for fundraising events. Notable contributors include Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, the Kendeda Fund, the Surdna Foundation, Local Initiatives Support Corporation, the Rockefeller Foundation, and the Kresge Foundation. [18]”…

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          • marymorse says:

            Follow the $$$ on PUSH. Leads to some interesting places thu it’s funders. Lots of names come up…
            Madoff, brookings institute, monsanto, german marshall fund, bain capital, tom steyer, ford foundation (c_a), rockefeller foundations…

            In addition, it runs a weatherization assistance program. I can think of one community action agency in nys running one of these publicly funded programs where materials and labor we’re being funnelled into private companies. This was in the 90’s. Total scam.

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      • decisiontime16 says:

        Wearing purple…his favorite color.

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      • MitchRyderDetroitWheels says:

        F with the bull and you may get the horns…..

        Howard…”down goes Frazier”

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        • Mariposa323 says:

          Poor emasculated old men , after years of being dominated by militant feminists , trying to find their long lost masculine dignity . Pathetic .

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          • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

            You can’t blame it on women. I don’t care how manly some women are, men can stand up to them. Those who don’t are the problem. Maybe too much soy.

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      • marymorse says:

        Can you provide a link? Thanks.

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      He’s very clearly being confrontational. Expand the video so it’s full screen, pause it, and then use your mouse pointer to slide the video slowly forward or backward. The police officers might not have recognized that dude has a phone in his hand, could have been a taser, right? Why is dude touching the police officer??? Why is he walking up to them??? What a stupid man. I’m also not convinced that he’s very old.

      OH MY GOD is there fake blood in his ear prior to the fall? I see red in his ear and it’s already dripping out when he starts falling!!! Someone else take a look, manually slide the video forward and backward.

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      • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

        How the heck did he have blood dripping out of his ear AND POOLING ON THE PAVEMENT ALREADY when he had just fallen???

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        • TheWanderingStar says:

          75 yo; probably blood thinners.

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        • JustScott says:

          Looking at frame by frame, looks like he had a giant fake hearing aid with a tube running down his neck.

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          • jay says:

            He attempts three times to tap the phone to a black box on the officer’s waist. Even as he is going down, the hand with the phone is reaching to touch the officer’s belt.

            There is an outline of what looks like a tube under his shirt on the back and in the front. He has an apparatus on his ear and you can see a tube come up from his shirt to his ear. He falls sitting so the brunt of the fall is on his buttock not on his head or ear. He rolls down through his body. Looks like he has done this before. There are no obstacles when his head lands on the cement. On the ground, his legs are crossed.

            The moment he is down, his ear is clean, his right hand with the phone is pressed to his pants. His left hand and left arm come up and press against the chest. Within seconds, red liquid squirts out. A red pool forms rather quickly and then stops. The red liquid can be seen in his ear – but there is a mark on the top of the ear as well the lower part of the ear – the part towards the sidewalk. The ear cavity must have filled quickly and a line of the liquid can be seen on the top part. No sooner has the squirt started – it has stopped.

            Very strange.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Beat the piss out of this old man. The video shows him to be engaging for a purpose. This is why cops don’t enforce when told to. Zero backup on orders and when doing their job.

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  11. Jason Ross says:

    “Where was the threat?”

    https://www.wivb.com/health/coronavirus/gov-cuomo-gives-his-daily-briefing-from-albany/

    Indeed, why were police even there. Fire the officers? FIRE YOURSELF. That elderly man was most likely NOT a protestor, as he was walking up the steps of City Hall. A venue that had just recently been allowed to reopen.

    Time to end the COVID hysteria, reopen the economy and let people go about their daily lives!!!

    These lockdowns and curfews and militarized police and smashed windows and bricks flying through the air make Buffalo look like the Gaza Strip! Is that the goal?

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  12. FPCHmom says:

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    • palafox says:

      Same thing happened in Venezuela. Took all guns from everyone; “returned” guns later to those who support Maduro.

      Leftists need to be absolutely destroyed.

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    • Elle says:

      Now THAT’s a Friday news dump! I love Fridays and Saturdays. All the good news comes out.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      We’re getting there. And I’m fine with these dog and pony shows. Let them blame each other and avoid the MASSIVE minefield of already public information available.

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  13. NJF says:

    Oh Lordy. I needed all this
    Good news & the laughs aren’t bad either.

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  14. DesertRain says:

    Anybody have betting pool started on date time when MSM reports increase in skinheads showing up at riots?

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  15. Troublemaker10 says:

    Larry Sweikart: So just a few days ago I suggested that the Leftoids rolled out W, Zero, and the 3M corporation, Mattis, McChrystal, and Mullen all in a week. I said they were desperate. I knew they were looking at polling data that was HORRIBLE for them…..

    Continue reading full thread at Reader APP

    https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1268938018569641985.html

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  16. sunnydaze says:

    I love LinkedIn Models reply to this tweet!

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  17. Winston says:

    Pentagon ‘Advisor’ Who Resigned Over Trump Lafayette Park Walk Donated Nearly $10,000 to Democrats Including Biden and Obama
    June 3, 2020

    https://thenationalpulse.com/politics/pentagon-james-miller-obama-biden-donor/

    James Miller – a Defense Department advisor who resigned over President Trump’s walk through Lafayette Square to St. John’s Church – is a Barack Obama and Bill Clinton-era political appointee who has donated to Obama’s 2008 and Joe Biden’s 2020 presidential campaigns, as well as a host of Democratic congressional candidates.
    Media stories make Miller out to be a Pentagon staffer, when in fact he is an external advisor and a holdover from previous administrations at that.

    Miller announced his resignation in a sanctimonious Washington Post op-ed entitled “A letter to Defense Secretary Mark Esper,” insisting Defense Secretary Mark Esper “violated” his oath to “support and defend the Constitution” by participating in President Trump’s removal of protestors from the park adjacent to the White House so he could visit St. John’s Episcopal Church, recently set ablaze by rioters.

    “As a concerned citizen, and as a former senior defense official who cares deeply about the military, I urge you to consider closely both your future actions and your future words,” he added.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      Great, now only 2,499,999 more to go. There are 2.5 million (non-appointee, non-military) employees within the Executive Branch of Government. For 24 years, who hired them … during the Clinton – Bush II – Obama administrations and McConnell is preventing the President from putting HIS team in place to fix the situation.

      Then there are the all the General Officers and O-4+ Grade officers within the military who were tested for political loyalty for at least the past 10 years, to earn promotion and command positions. Kelly and Mattis are examples.

      The President has to work with material on hand to keep the Executive Branch of Government functioning until that individual bits of material becomes too toxic to retain and need replaced.

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    • WSB says:

      I have never seen such a cast of thousands all acting in concert like this.

      Maybe someone should circle back to Nancy and ask her exactly what she meant by threatening the President, “You don’t know what we have in store for you.”

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  18. Summer says:

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  19. Perot Conservative says:

    Body Language Ghost

    I. The blog has been DEMONITIZED.

    II. Rod Rosenstein Testimony – Highlights

    1. She asserts that Lindsey Graham was in cahoots with McStain, starting this whole witch hunt? I didn’t know that.

    2. About 8-10 minutes in – Rosenstein – clenched fist – topic: AG Bill Barr bringing in outside attorney’s – NOT Obama-appointed attorneys.

    3. About 35 minutes in – when Rosenstein analyzes the highly prejudicial Page-Strzok communications, he refers to the “other side” – and holds his hand far away from himself. (i.e., he us with Page & Strzok re President Trump).

    4. Towards the end, regarding Page & Strzok – points to himself. He is with them.

    5. Far end: widespread Culture if Corruption.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      The last sentence explains why those officers were not to quick to jump in and after being likely told by a “training office, Chauvin”, I go this.

      With all due respect to SD’s commentary about potential dirty cops, lets see how this unfolds before jumping to any conclusions. That was the reason SD did not “want to go down the rabbit hole” as many posters have taken that commentary as fact.

      I have a feeling we are seeing the Baltimore Scenario being repeated, with a dirty Floyd family lawyer looking for a pay day and a race bating (DA) AG railroading police officers. The end result was a second round of looting in Baltimore and that DA ending being charged for corruption.

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      • Eaglet says:

        Floyd would have been dead in that car within 15-20 minutes after the Fentanyl ingestion.

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        • QCM says:

          What is more likely:

          1) A long term drug user just happens to give HIMSELF a 4x lethal dose of fentanyl just before his encounter with Chauvin;

          OR

          2) Chauvin injects Floyd with a lethal dose of fentanyl while struggling with him in the back of the police cruiser.

          If 2), which is my supposition, then Chauvin knows that all he needs to do is “sit” on the Floyd until the drugs kick in and do their job.

          Would also explain why the “medical” team that showed up took zero lifesaving measures.

          They wanted him dead.

          Also explains Chauvin’s hand on his left pocket the entire encounter…covering the syringe so bystanders don’t see it imprint through his uniform pants.

          Occam’s Razor

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          • Deb says:

            If you are going by Occam’s razor, the first one is the most likely.

            A drug addict overdosing is common and the most simple explanation. Much simpler than a cop carrying around a lethal dose of fentanyl to use on a suspect he somehow knew ahead of time he would be arresting, because apparently he’s in cahoots with the store clerk?

            I’m not saying conspiracies don’t happen, but I need more evidence to be convinced.

            If you go with the dirty cop theory, the simplest scenario is that Chauvin was called to the scene because Floyd was high out of his mind trying to pass a fake $20, causing a disturbance. The murder might not have been premeditated, but when they recognized George and saw the threat to whatever operation they have going on, they let him die like a dog.

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  20. Ace says:

    I live in Buffalo, where the shoving incident happened.
    57 Buffalo police officers just resigned from that emergency response team in protest of the suspension of their fellow officers.

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  21. sunnydaze says:

    If you live around Fall River, Mass., this man needs a couple hundred people to go out and stand with him the next time.

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    • WSB says:

      Hannity used to live there. Maybe he can help the cause tonight.

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    • Joemama says:

      I’m serious – there must be some sort of subliminal brain washing that is being applied to TDS sufferers. This is not normal behaviour.

      It is one thing to dislike, even intensely dislike a political opponent, but physically attacking people?

      It seems that the attackers usually only do this to people that they know cannot fight back or are physically weaker. That is messed up too & in my opinion, not normal, for most people.

      TDS sufferers also seem to have no ability to apply logic or reason. It is all about emotions.

      What is causing this?

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  22. jay says:

    Minneapolis wants to send social workers to deal with criminals. Then the police will have two problems, the felon and the dead social worker. Social workers should get hazard pay.

    Minneapolis Officials Vow to ‘Dismantle’ Police Department

    Bender told the Minneapolis Star Tribune that plans to dismantle the MPD could include reducing law enforcement’s jurisdiction over particular cases. Instead, the plan could mean law enforcement officers only intervene in violent crime cases and “community-based services,” according to the Tribune.
    Other cases that do not involve violent crime would no longer be handled by law enforcement officers under such a plan, and instead, those cases would be taken over by social workers and EMTs.

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/06/04/minneapolis-officials-dismantle-police-department/

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    • palafox says:

      Sharia law for Muslims. They already do this in the UK, don’t they?

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    • I’m an hour away. This should be good for home prices.

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    • Lady in Red says:

      I believe many, if not most, social workers are hard core liberals. They don’t need hazard pay, they’ll just see the criminals as the victims of an unjust society and act accordingly. Like the Neighborhood Courts in San Francisco. Volunteer community members determine punishment for certain crimes, and these people who volunteer and are SELECTED for the courts are pretty much always lefties. There’s a lot of “well, he’s from a broken home” or “he’s from an impoverished neighborhood” so it’s really not his fault, WE need to do better.
      https://sfdistrictattorney.org/neighborhood-courts

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      I don’t know. Social workers might not have a problem. I know a lot of them and they are mostly liberal to a fault. They might just join in with the crime cases.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Complete third world sh@thole status coming.

      Note that people will move instead if trying to fight it because their safety is in deep jeopardy. Can we say O’bama’s plan to place Somalians(?) In the area an astute move for enemies of America?

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    • icthematrix says:

      How utterly ridiculous. First responders aren’t trained for this nor would have any desire to insert themselves into the law. Social workers? They are valuable but have tons of existing challenges and issues within their own practices. Insanity reigns.

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  23. Perot Conservative says:

    It’s the weekend. Don’t get over confident.

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  24. Summer says:

    Clown car added another passenger.

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  25. FPCHmom says:

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  26. MfM says:

    Remember in Italy when the Italians were hugging Chinese to show they weren’t afraid of the Wuhan Virus?

    Can’t help but thinking that any of those protests were ‘leaders’ and others came in from places like NYC are in effect doing the same thing?

    It will be sadly interesting to see if numbers spike after all the demonstrations and rioting without social distancing and limited mask wearing.

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    • Deb says:

      I don’t think the numbers will spike. I think we’ve already reached a substantial herd immunity. The virus has been here since December, if it’s as contagious as they say it is, we’ve had many more cases then we know.

      Our first confirmed case in Wisconsin was in January. We had a horrendous flu outbreak in February. I’ll bet a lot of the people who thought they had the flu and didn’t go to the doctor actually had the Wuhan flu. Our death rate has been pretty low.

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  27. FPCHmom says:

    This is great!

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    • Lady in Red says:

      This is awesome. Maine is beautiful and the lobster divine, but there are so many crazy lefties up there. Portland feels like a mini Berkeley/Brooklyn. So happy to see this MAGA support!!!

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    • sunnydaze says:

      That’s actually an impressive sized crowd! Guilford’s a tiny town up in the middle of the woods, NW of Bangor! pop. @ 1500.

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  28. Eaglet says:

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  29. FPCHmom says:

    Dramatic footage –

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  30. burnett044 says:

    I knew this thing would help lead Minn. into becoming a no-Go zone.

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  31. fanbeav says:

    I don’t think this “defund te police” thing is going to well for democrats.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      Let’s see what the Police Union says. That statement will tell the tail of how far Officers will be allowed to push unless the vote out the Union or vote to drastically change Union Leadership..

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  32. FPCHmom says:

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  33. Bucknutguy says:

    Maybe she didn’t marry her brother….maybe she IS her brother…

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  34. NJF says:

    And another one drops to his knees, and again with the black masks! I know I ranted about this earlier, but it’s really starting to freak me out.

    Like a mini burka, making you appear as if you’ve been intentionally silenced along with losing our ability to communicate through facial expressions.

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  35. sunnyflower5 says:

    What?

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  36. burnett044 says:

    Since many are now wearing mask to please BLM etc….I suggest this mask if ya gonna kiss thier arze anyway..

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    • FofBW says:

      Not personally, but his surrogate with his money

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    • jaxnix says:

      Well that’s not really what he said:

      “Those protesting the death of Mr. Floyd and police brutality across the nation do so out of a deep and abiding concern for their country; they don’t do so for pay from these foundations or any other, as some cynics claim. Such assertions are false, offensive, and do a disservice to the very bedrock of our democracy, as enshrined in the First Amendment.”

      In my interpretation he says that money is not the first consideration. The protestors are altruistic – Soros money is just a bonus.

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    • Deb says:

      I love that he felt the need to make a statement. Too many people are actually paying attention.

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  37. Trump supporters wanted to open up the country, and now they are complaining about the riots. Those Trump supporters just refuse to get the critical thinking out of their heads and they refuse to recognize liberal superiority. That alone proves their inferiority/S

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  38. Eaglet says:

    *Language* First thing out of the Cop hating protesters is “someone call 911″….

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    • thedoc00 says:

      In this case there are Billions of Dollars of access to free stuff at stake.

      Plus, most real gangs of all stripes are very particular about their turf.

      Black Panthers is NOT a gang, its a national movement.
      BLM is NOT a gang, its a national movement.
      ANTIFA is NOT a gang, its a national movement.

      In other words, they are all invaders threatening frees stuff and turf.

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    • FPCHmom says:

      My three favorite videos of the week – This one, the police dog biting the protester on the butt, and the Prius driving through the people protesting the police and then they turn around and yell at the police for not taking down the license plate number.

      One more – the guy trying to light a molotov cocktail and lighting himself on fire.
      Darwin awards greatest hits.

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    • Publius2016 says:

      Sharia Militants can go back from wherever the hell it came from!

      Bricks are for stoning!

      They go directly to your home and beat you and your family in broad daylight!!

      Sick!

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    • NJF says:

      That was epic not gonna lie.

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    • mandy says:

      Spontaneous support for Sundance’s post from the other night. “In the wild,” no denying it, “in your face” kind of support.

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  39. Elle says:

    Trump Pick’n Cotton?

    https://www.politico.com/news/2020/06/04/esper-white-house-replacement-302174

    “ Esper could just face an icing out. It’s a fate that has befallen numerous aides and Cabinet secretaries who cross Trump, ….Jeff Sessions, Rex Tillerson,…H.R. McMaster..John Bolton, to every former chief of staff. Weeks or months before each aide actually departed the administration, Trump simply cut them out of key decisions after growing frustrated with them. Sidelining advisers who disagree with him is Trump’s ’MO’.”

    ”Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.), an outspoken Trump ally who has previously been considered for the position, is also in the mix…. A Harvard-educated attorney and former Army captain with deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan, Cotton is close to Trump and an outspoken Republican hawk who has been a consistent hardliner on Iran and China.

    Cotton running unopposed
    ”But Cotton is running unopposed for reelection in November, and has an influential voice in the Senate. It’s considered unlikely he would take a Cabinet position and give up his seat so close to the election.”

    Or….If he’s running unopposed, then can’t he be acting until after the election? Can he do both?

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  40. CM-TX says:

    Said to be “Highly unusual” on a few points… Weird.

    | Massive 3-Alarm Fire Erupts At Amazon Distribution Center In Redlands |

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    • FPCHmom says:

      I read about it and they said it started inside the warehouse, and the state of the art sprinkler system “malfunctioned” for reasons unknown.

      Warehouse full of flammable mattresses too.

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  41. NJF says:

    The oppression!!!! 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 the thread is a great laugh ‘ your likely gonna pick up a few great recipes!!

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    • JoeJoe says:

      In other words, we’re not paying attention to CBS nor to Black Lies/Antifa. Sounds like Sundance was right–the window is closing. Most of America has caught on.

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    • Eaglet says:

      Now I have people wanting to tell me how to feel and when!!!

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      • Little Berkeley Conservative says:

        Already got my pound sign Black Lives Matter tattooed to the forehead!

        The rest of my bald head is ready for the next twenty or so hash tag moments du jor.

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    • NJMAGA says:

      “Not going unnoticed”…is that a threat?

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      • WRB says:

        For the past thirty years, whites have been the “forgotten man,” ignored by both parties, for different reasons. I see that CBS, a propaganda arm of the dems is still pushing to relegate whites to insignificance.

        The bamster/dems decided that they did not need whites in their coalition, and their non-white constituencies were strong enough to carry the day… they were right, whites who back in 1950 were 90% of the population, are barely a majority, and are politically divided.

        The non-white coalition, recent immigrants who represent a non-historical America, with a foreign ideology*, want their power now. The fly-in-the-ointment for them is that they are concentrated in certain states, and for the time being, the electoral college i.e. the 50 individual states, matter.

        Yet they keep pushing. And it is not hard to predict that their version of a “new world” will be much worse for the ancestors of this great experiment in democracy.

        *read history, about what Americans believed in, and fought for in the years prior to 1950. I am thinking of things like, “I do not agree with what you are saying, but will defend to the death your right to say it.”

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    • Free Speech says:

      You don’t want me to post my opinion. Trust me. You’re better off me ignoring it. Because I might have to start quoting the statistics that show black on black crime is a WAAAAY bigger problem than white cop on unarmed black crime. I also might have to ask why don’t we riot everytime a Justine Damond or Michigan senior home incident happens. Or why the hell the whole world is ignoring what’s happening to white people in South Africa right now. That’s why many of us post recipes. Leave us alone. You don’t want us to start thinking about the hypocrisy and thousand ways we’re getting libeled and screwed over, and accused of participating in ‘institutional racism’ when we never did anything to anybody.

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  42. sunnydaze says:

    Too funny. Reddit founder resigning so they can get a black person in his place on the board.

    Hey, Reddit: How about a Two-fer: A Black Conservative and who can make some progress on censorship of Conservative views over on Reddit?

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8392855/Reddit-founder-Alexis-Ohanian-RESIGNS-help-curb-racial-hate.html

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  43. burnett044 says:

    interesting..
    President Trump Directs Pentagon To Re-Deploy 9,500 Troops From Germany

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  44. bcsurvivor2 says:

    Listening to Shelby Steele form the Hoover Institution on bret baiers program…. A man of intellect and honesty…
    I don’t know how to link..I sure hope someone can find the clip and post it.
    I’m going to look Mr. Steele up on you tube…he just made a lot of sense about the black community and the liberals that exploit them.

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  45. JoeJoe says:

    A Second Major COVID Study Is Retracted
    https://www.newser.com/story/291846/a-second-major-covid-study-is-retracted.html

    (Newser) – First, the esteemed Lancet medical journal retracted a major study on Thursday about hydroxychloroquine. Then, the New England Journal of Medicine did the same with another big study related to COVID-19 and blood pressure drugs. Both retractions have a common denominator: They relied on data supplied by a US analytics company called Surgisphere, which is coming under increasing scrutiny over the credibility of its international database. The Lancet study had cast doubt on the effectiveness of the anti-malarial drugs hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine as a coronavirus treatment, reports the Wall Street Journal. The retraction is now renewing the hope that the drugs (highly touted by President Trump) can work safely after all, and the World Health Organization already has said it would resume trials, notes the New York Times.

    https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMe2020822?query=recirc_top_ribbon_article_1

    Liked by 2 people

    • Don McAro says:

      How many have died from this brazen act of terror

      Liked by 1 person

    • Elle says:

      Think how many people died because Governors and others made it impossible to prescribe.

      I think Trump once again outsmarted them by going public with fact he was taking it. I bet the other Gov officials did too. If Trump had not spokenpublic ally, right now the press would be accusing him of using something that was being withheld from the public.

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