July 14th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1272

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1,105 Responses to July 14th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1272

  1. bosscook says:

    While everyone is debating the issue of masks, please continue to pay attention to the masks being ripped off the pedophiles and sex traffic profiteers around the world, but especially in Hollywood and government. I’ve posted before and truly believe that once a clearer picture is presented to the public, it’ll make the drama over the “pandemic” look like a blip. Sexual abuse, torture, satanic worship, selling children, the ramping up attempts to crush Christians.. it will be beyond shocking to “normal” people….then the connections to Clintons, Weiner laptop, Seth Rich’s (and many others) murder, money and all the avenues the money flows to fund the evil in this world. This is going to be painful to watch and many will have a hard time believing it, but it is way past time to expose the absolute evil that has gripped our country.

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  2. cheering4america says:

    My Entry for what to call the current President campaign:

    R.O.A.R.
    Retain our American Republic! Roar!

    This would also serve as a subtle reminder for those who want to save the Republic that NOW IS NOT THE TIME TO BE SILENT. This is a time for Boldness, as SD keeps urging, not to mention many of us view President Trump as our Lion.

    Roar to Retain our American Republic!

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  3. MfM says:

    I keep seeing this article posted on my FB feed with comments like THIS is why the kids can’t go back to school.

    https://www.huffpost.com/entry/arizona-teachers-covid-19-case_n_5f0c6cedc5b63a72c344e11e?utm_medium=facebook&section=politics&utm_source=main_fb&ncid=fcbklnkushpmg00000063&utm_campaign=hp_fb_pages&fbclid=IwAR2vkWV8Y2y_xZvjG2SIgzp9qWhc2FtaAxJWbDe9qLr_ujubHsc3jfV8S9I

    Unfortunately people are dying from the Virus. I don’t understand why after the 2 week lockdown to lower the curve things didn’t opened up with businesses taking common sense precautions. (Yes, I know much of it was/is politics).

    Those employees that were at risk… like a woman with Lupus, Asthma, and Diabetes should have done virtual teaching from home. Same with kids who had numerous problems. I know you loved teaching, but really? This shows masks aren’t 100% effective and counting on them is treating them like talisman.

    Reading the story it says her whole family tested positive. The picture in the article showed what looked to be her extended family. I doubt she’s gone 4 months without seeing her children/grandchildren. They might even live together. She is as likely to have gotten it from them, as her giving it to them. But of course, it’s much better to the National Narrative to use it as an example of why schools should not be open.

    If we had protected the heck out of the elderly and people like this woman for a month, maybe two after the two weeks to flatten the curve we would be through this. It would have been bad for a bit, but it would have been hitting those who were younger and without known health problems.

    Four months in and people are just done. I keep seeing people with numerous health issues putting themselves at risk and trusting that the mask will keep them save. Just because PA now allows dining inside, doesn’t mean that I’m going to be doing it anytime soon.

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    • MfM says:

      This is the only time I’m happy I’m basically an introvert that likes to cook!

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    • gitmo4crooks says:

      What MSM and Blue State Mayors or Govenors Purposely fail to report is the number of DEATHS from the virus. It is actually a good thing people have been identified and the number of cases increased IF the number of deaths has dropped….this means more people becoming immune to the virus…….something the DNC does not want you to know

      Finally….No school….NO Teacher pay….no property taxes paid
      Remote education? then no physical schools needed…..drop in tax revenue as captial for managing schools physical buildings drops
      Again the DEMS have no thought this through

      Finally FRAUD FUACI and Ms Scarf need to be retired
      OPEN UP BUSINESSes…..that is the key to winning strategy

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      • Beau Geste says:

        Yes, this is the time to press hard for Vouchers. Taxpayer money should not go to non-functioning schools which fail to re-open, are merely propaganda mills, and are a taxpayer-funded monopoly.
        The per-student tax collection should travel with the students, for home-schooling, and private schools which are opening and available for actual teaching of actual history, math, science, reading. Teaching should be a voluntary choice – like police or fire work, which is more dangerous. Those teachers who are vulnerable, can ‘try to teach” students who are vulnerable by zoom or other remote means. Vulnerable teachers and students should self-quarrantine. The known prophylactic druge and those being developed by other countries much smaller than the US, should be available to schools, students and teachers for prophylaxis and moderating treatment (so the china virus is no worse than a bad flu season).

        DEFUND THE FAILING, NON-TEACHING PUBLIC MONOPOLY SCHOOLS !!!!
        FUND THE FUNCTIONING, COMPETITIVE PRIVATE AND HOME-SCHOOLING SYSTEMS THAT ACTUALLY WORK AND TEACH !!!

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        • negasht7 says:

          Beau –

          Here i go again. I bought my house in 2017. I pay $6k a year for property tax and have one daughter. Rental property across the street has several families living there and because owner has owned for 40+ years, pay $700 a year. Me 1 kid 6k. Rental 6 kids $700. Also, the renters have section 8 and sub lease to other 2 families.

          Public education may be well-intentioned, but it is grossly mismanaged and because it is no-cost (i didn’t say free), it is another incentive to exploit our nation’s lax enforcement of immigration

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          • doyouseemyvision says:

            And there are those of us who pay property taxes with no kids.

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            • negasht7 says:

              Doyousee –
              Truly, I’m sorry. I don’t think it’s right. My daughter’s education is important to me, but that doesn’t make it your responsibility.

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              • Patriot1783 says:

                but a good school system in place generates better (more desirable) real estate market for the town
                = stronger resale value for anyone’s property.

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              • dilonsfo says:

                It is the responsibility of a citizens to help educate the future generations. This is what makes a country strong, wealthy, and safe. What is a disgrace is the education system is failing the country,, students and all taxpayers. Crappy teachers are kept rather than discarded. Politics is more important to education unions and administrators rather the sound education.

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          • Beau Geste says:

            public ‘education’ is no longer “well intentioned”. It has become propaganda, and has become a complete failure of true education in science, english, exposition, history, math, etc. there is a ‘professor at the formerly-competent university of ilinois who teaches that math is ‘racist’. A, ‘educator’ ar rutgers claims that 2+2 is a racist construct that does not = 4, without being laughed at and tossed out on her ear.
            “new math” has been a disaster which has disabled US technical competence.

            Parents must have the right to select their children’s education, the right to prevent propaganda ,and the right to have competent instruction.

            You should be able to have the per-pupil tax-collection travel with your daughter to a decent private school, if yours is defective. That amount, from business, state and local real estate taxes is likely larger than $10-15,000. There is no need to have to pay so much union dues, bureaucratic overhead, construction contracting corruption, and other non-teaching leaching. You should be able to select a school which hires and pays good, apolitical teachers well, who care about the independent intellectual development of your daughter. Rather than a crazed, money-sucking big-city school system intent on turning your daughter into a crazed ‘social justice warrior’ turned by propaganda against you and her family, and intent on rioting, burning buildings, and looting.

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        • We need to find a way to stop paying the school portion of our taxes.

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        • Beau, homeschooling is the best way to go, BUT, the textbooks also need to be fact checked. Homeschooling does also have a curriculum that has to be followed, you can’t make up whatever you want to teach.

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          • Beau Geste says:

            Homeschooling organizations and private school/parents should now unite to:
            1. provide information to all parents about home schooling materials, collaborations, and process. a ‘how to, and ‘why’ at a common, or several common, websites and advertisements.
            2. unify and lead collective (hate that word…) action and materials to press for vouchers from public school taxes, for home schooling and private schools that actually teach rather than indoctrinate. This would include who to contact (politicians, school board, governors, congresscritters, state legislators, wit haddresses and model correspondence and petitions.

            This it the time to press, during this clear crisis of public school incompetence, for positive, rather than negative-destructive education. This is the time for private schools, homeschoolers/associations to step up and act decisively to break the propaganda and money-sucking monopoly. This is the time for leadership and common political action.

            As a prominent democrat said, “never let a crisis go to waste”.

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        The good thing I see about if the schools stay closed?

        Besides the indoctrination? No false flags school shootings.
        Can almost set your clock to it if the narrative starts getting
        away from our masters.

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        • southernblonde says:

          I’m totally for schools opening and getting this economy going but your point is so astute! Guarantee there would be school shootings in the months of September and October just before the election to rile up the MSM non stop anti-2A narrative and undecisive voters.

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        • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

          If public schools don’t open back up in September will sue for a reduction in property taxes in proportion to the number of days this year that teachers haven’t been teaching. This will be retroactive going back to when the schools first closed down in March. Maybe that will get attention of paranoid school boards & lazy administrators?

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          • doyouseemyvision says:

            It’s the teachers’ unions.

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          • goddessoftheclassroom says:

            PA schools closed at the end of the day March 13. I worked every single contractual day. I had added responsibilities as part of the distance learning model. I provided the instruction required by the curriculum.

            I agree it wasn’t as effective as in-class instructions, but please do not say teachers did not work, at least in Pennsylvania.

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            • And goddessoftheclassroom, I also suspect you are or will be working to prep for the fall while you are “off for the summer”. Often a 9 -10 month contract with the expectation of an additional month or so of unpaid work? My condolences.

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              • goddessoftheclassroom says:

                Thank you for understanding this! Yes, and I spend a couple hundred dollars of my own money on materials and resources.

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                • dilonsfo says:

                  I am not a teacher so I don’t understand why you are paying money out of your own pocket. Teachers unions negotiate contracts so I assume that you don’t have a problem with the actual pay, although like most other workers, I am sure you would like more. But are you required to pay for materials and resources? Is that part of the contract?

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          • Deplorable, that sounds good but teachers are on a salary and get paid for 9 months unless they take a lower monthly amt to stretch it to 12 paychecks. What you need to sue for is everything other that teachers salaries including administrators salaries.

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      • Anonymoushorse says:

        No, no you silly person, those funds will be shifted from the schools to the “arts”.

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        • gitmo4crooks says:

          No…more likely shifted to DNC couffers….sorry your the silly person for thinking we will pay for substandard solution for education…in fact the Dept of ED needs to be decomissioned and send the money back to Charter schools….you obviously are not a parent

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      Those employees that were at risk… like a woman with Lupus, Asthma, and Diabetes should have done virtual teaching from home.

      I couldn’t agree more! She shouldn’t have been in the school.

      If we had protected the heck out of the elderly and people like this woman for a month, maybe two after the two weeks to flatten the curve we would be through this.

      This too.

      IMO, once we had a handle on the illness and realized it was disproportionately impacting the elderly and the already-compromised, the entire focus should have been on protecting those people, or more importantly educating them to protect themselves.

      I hate to disparage a dead woman, I assume she was a very nice person, but a TEACHER should have more common sense than she had. She knew she had multiple risk factors yet there she was in that school. I want to know what kind of mask she wore, was it a surgical mask meant to protect others from her, or an N95 respirator, properly-fitted, to protect herself?

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    • TJ says:

      “I keep seeing this article”…probably because Fakebook feeds are manipulated and monitored by the Atlantic council.

      Your consumer habits are used to create a profile of you. Perhaps your political habits are too.

      Facebook Brags They Can Change ‘Any Public Opinion’
      https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-08-12/facebook-brags-they-can-change-any-public-opinion

      Facebook Partners with Globalist Atlantic Council to Interfere in Elections Around the World
      https://www.breitbart.com/tech/2018/05/17/facebook-partners-with-globalist-atlantic-council-to-interfere-in-elections-around-the-world/

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    • mostlyogauge says:

      I truly believe we (the public) will NEVER know the true number of people that died directly as a result of being infected by the coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), the strain of coronavirus that causes coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Numbers have been inflated, faked, falsified, over stated, etc. We will never know. Yes, it is tragic that people died from this. However, is this virus any more dangerous, serious, etc., than the hong kong flu, sars, asian flu, mers, ebola, legionairs, etc.? Why has this current economic disaster never happened before? Why the lockdowns? Why the “shelter in place”? This is so ridiculous. We have been played. We have been gamed. We have been lied to. I want this to be over.

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    • peace says:

      So if a doctor or a nurse gets sick and dies, we should close hospitals; If a store clerk gets sick and dies, all stores should be closed and shopping should be done online. etc. etc. etc. Did any of the students get the chinese virus and die – bet not – bet they’re all safe. The schools need to reopen. The teachers who don’t want to come to school should retire or resign.

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    • southernblonde says:

      Also, no mention what drugs this teacher took to manage her chinese flu symptoms. Did her doctor prescribe the hydroxychloroquine protocol when she began exhibiting chinese flu? My guess is no because the govenor made prescribing Hydroxychloroquine illegal or her doctor is one of the moron health workers who don’t believe it to be effective. Ths teacher would probably still be with us today if she had been given proper medical care!

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Early on in this CV saga, remember that Italian family in NJ where multiple members of the family (4?) died and others got sick? They were all morbidly obese and likely had other co-morbidities such as diabetes and heart disease.

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    • sunnyflower5 says:

      What exactly is the intellectual level of Politicians approving mass BLM protests while denying other gatherings?

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    • pochas94 says:

      We’re already racists. Now we’re stupid racists. Big deal.

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      They said the same thing about Trump supporters even though there are so many millions of counterexamples. We’re all unedumacated hicks, you know. 🙂

      I don’t wear a mask because I think I had COVID already, so I see no reason to protect myself. I only wear a mask at the checkout lanes in stores as a symbolic gesture to the cashiers who work so hard and encounter so many people during the day. I will also wear one when I visit my mother, who is in a vulnerable category.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      Oh gosh, you mean all those decades of gubmint IQ tests, including the USMC, that said mine was in the top 1% were wrong all these years?
      Gee. That’s gonna take some time to digest.
      Am i disadvantaged now?

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      • Beau Geste says:

        no Jeans, you had unfair advantages. You believed that individual work and study are productive, and developed yourself.

        BLM/antifa ‘scholars” argue that ‘people of color’ only learn in groups, and can’t learn or function individually, which is “nuts” of course, and makes them subject to group/mob emotion rather than intellectually accomplished.

        It is hard to imagine the despair of a Black Parent having to send a child to the dysfunctional big-city propaganda mills, knowing the child’s potential is being wasted and destroyed in a way that can never be recovered. And not being able to do anything about the destruction of the child’s potential.

        This is not a “white Privilege” problem. It is a “Black Dis-privilege” problem that denies student development and accomplishment.

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      • FreyFelipe says:

        They must have been wrong because we all know that polls are always right. Just ask President Thomas Dewy and President Hillary Clinton.

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    • The Boss says:

      This from the UK intelligensia, who are nothing more than sniveling losers and butt-boys for muslim invaders.

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    • cheering4america says:

      They also call us whatever they call Christians:

      Ninety percent of Evangelical Christian voters support the re-election of President Donald Trump according to the Democracy Institute/Sunday Express poll released on Tuesday.

      Cross tab details obtained exclusively by Breitbart News showed Trump with near unanimous support from Evangelical Christians, with 90 percent saying they will vote to re-elect the president while only eight percent said they will vote for Biden.
      —–

      Evangelicals: 90 percent Trump, 8 percent Biden
      —-
      Atheists: 8 percent Trump, 90 percent Biden

      https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/07/13/poll-90-percent-of-evangelicals-support-donald-trumps-re-election/

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    • Rubyyarn says:

      I think wearing a mask actually LOWERS one’s cognitive ability…

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    • sunnyflower5 says:

      Looney Toons

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      • wildsailor2018 says:

        It doesn’t really matter since most mask demanding lefties believe YOU should be wearing one to appease their feelings. Never mind how abusive they can become we are all expected to only cater to THEIR feelings of insecurity, panic, and low self worth.

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        • wildsailor2018 says:

          As an addendum…how else other than FEELINGS would a knitted mask with 1/4″ holes meet the needs of wearing a mask in public. This is a cultural thing that has nothing to do with science.

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      • trapper says:

        I’m sorry, but doctor or no, he’s full of shit. It’s not the individual viruses that get you. We have probably all by now been exposed to small amounts of the virus, just like we are constantly exposed to millions of other viruses and bacteria every day that our immune systems (if healthy) just routinely hunt down and kill or neutralize. The issue is the viral LOAD you are exposed to. Not single viruses, but globs of spit or mucous containing millions of the little critters. Masks protect you against those large viral loads. Masks ARE effective.

        The problem with the internet is that you can fine dozens of opinions on every side of an issue, often by people who should know what they are talking about but don’t. There is a large amount of white noise out there, and we are forced to filter out all the crap to get at any real useful information. I heard a “doctor” on NBC yesterday just making stuff up. Flat out false. But I know I will see it repeated on Facebook by otherwise intelligent people who don’t bother to check it out.

        Check this out, and try not to throw something at your computer screen:

        https://www.breitbart.com/health/2020/07/14/fox-35-investigation-reveals-inflated-florida-covid-19-numbers/

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  4. OhNoYouDont says:

    Read every word of Bari Weiss’s resignation letter from the New York Times …

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    • jeans2nd says:

      Was going to reply with some snark, but decided to read it first. Doggone, that was some powerful stuff. Thank you.

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    • MfM says:

      I knew his resignation was coming. Great letter.

      Wishing Bari Weiss the best of luck in his future ventures.

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      • Trygve says:

        Fantastic letter. Nailed it.

        Didn’t know her preferred pronoun was “he”… I’m terrible at keeping track of these things.

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      • MissForWard says:

        I agree with your comments, however, Bari Weiss is a woman.

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        • MfM says:

          Posted from my phone and it auto filled on me. Didn’t catch it (obviously). Bari, if you are reading this, I’m sorry for misgendering you.

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      • Ackman419 says:

        WTG, Bari!
        We need to support people who straight up resign, walk out, flush, etc.
        when they face this kind of pressure to conform to the cancel mob.

        Imagine how much better most of America would feel about Drew Brees or Gundy, the OSU coach, if they had simply done what Bari did.
        Instead, they capitulate to the mob just so they can make a few dollars more.
        Disgusting.

        I barely even know who Bari Weiss is, but she just showed up on my radar, bigly.

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      Just another Trump-hating SJW-coddling libtard at the NYT. But for some reason she thinks she’s better than the other Trump-hating SJW-coddling libtards there. (shrug)

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    • Robert Smith says:

      You should read the whole thing, but my “technical cuts” 😉

      “…But the lessons that ought to have followed the election—lessons about the importance of understanding other Americans, the necessity of resisting tribalism, and the centrality of the free exchange of ideas to a democratic society—have not been learned. Instead, a new consensus has emerged in the press, but perhaps especially at this paper: that truth isn’t a process of collective discovery, but an orthodoxy already known to an enlightened few whose job is to inform everyone else.

      Twitter is not on the masthead of The New York Times. But Twitter has become its ultimate editor. As the ethics and mores of that platform have become those of the paper, the paper itself has increasingly become a kind of performance space. Stories are chosen and told in a way to satisfy the narrowest of audiences, rather than to allow a curious public to read about the world and then draw their own conclusions. I was always taught that journalists were charged with writing the first rough draft of history. Now, history itself is one more ephemeral thing molded to fit the needs of a predetermined narrative.

      My own forays into Wrongthink have made me the subject of constant bullying by colleagues who disagree with my views. They have called me a Nazi and a racist; I have learned to brush off comments about how I’m “writing about the Jews again.” Several colleagues perceived to be friendly with me were badgered by coworkers. My work and my character are openly demeaned on company-wide Slack channels where masthead editors regularly weigh in. There, some coworkers insist I need to be rooted out if this company is to be a truly “inclusive” one, while others post ax emojis next to my name. Still other New York Times employees publicly smear me as a liar and a bigot on Twitter with no fear that harassing me will be met with appropriate action. They never are.

      There are terms for all of this: unlawful discrimination, hostile work environment, and constructive discharge. I’m no legal expert. But I know that this is wrong…

      …Part of me wishes I could say that my experience was unique. But the truth is that intellectual curiosity—let alone risk-taking—is now a liability at The Times. Why edit something challenging to our readers, or write something bold only to go through the numbing process of making it ideologically kosher, when we can assure ourselves of job security (and clicks) by publishing our 4000th op-ed arguing that Donald Trump is a unique danger to the country and the world? And so self-censorship has become the norm.

      What rules that remain at The Times are applied with extreme selectivity. If a person’s ideology is in keeping with the new orthodoxy, they and their work remain unscrutinized. Everyone else lives in fear of the digital thunderdome. Online venom is excused so long as it is directed at the proper targets.

      Op-eds that would have easily been published just two years ago would now get an editor or a writer in serious trouble, if not fired. If a piece is perceived as likely to inspire backlash internally or on social media, the editor or writer avoids pitching it. If she feels strongly enough to suggest it, she is quickly steered to safer ground. And if, every now and then, she succeeds in getting a piece published that does not explicitly promote progressive causes, it happens only after every line is carefully massaged, negotiated and caveated…

      …Or perhaps it is because they know that, nowadays, standing up for principle at the paper does not win plaudits. It puts a target on your back. Too wise to post on Slack, they write to me privately about the “new McCarthyism” that has taken root at the paper of record.

      All this bodes ill, especially for independent-minded young writers and editors paying close attention to what they’ll have to do to advance in their careers. Rule One: Speak your mind at your own peril. Rule Two: Never risk commissioning a story that goes against the narrative. Rule Three: Never believe an editor or publisher who urges you to go against the grain. Eventually, the publisher will cave to the mob, the editor will get fired or reassigned, and you’ll be hung out to dry…”

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      • cheering4america says:

        Thank you for posting this, I try never to give NYT clicks.

        “ideologically kosher” is a good description, too bad she realizes her own situation but is still not red pilled about POTUS.

        (“caveated” is a verb?)

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      • TJ says:

        Thanks for posting the snip…”unlawful discrimination”

        -Ritual Defamation

        “#3. An important rule in ritual defamation is to avoid engaging in any kind of debate over the truthfulness or reasonableness of what has been expressed, only condemn it.

        “#6. In order for a ritual defamation to be effective, the victim must be dehumanized to the extent that he becomes identical with the offending attitude, opinion or belief, and in a manner which distorts it to the point where it appears at its most extreme.”
        https://www.theamericanconservative.com/dreher/james-damore-ritual-defamation/

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    • boogywstew says:

      Back in the ’70s I would do without to afford the Sunday NY Times. I’ve always been a conservative and the Times has always been liberal but the paper used to be so much more. Now, every section and supplement has a wild over the top progressive socialist spin. If that weren’t bad enough, they are constantly, factually wrong.

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    • G. Alistar says:

      Hhmmm, better late than never that she came to the conclusion; Trump was right all along—fake news runs strong over at the Times.

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    • StanH says:

      Mauled by her own dogs. This is the culmination of leftist/Marxist indoctrination of 50 years. The Woodstock Nation was borne and this is the Age of Aquarius as promised. Collectivism always devours itself, we’ll see.

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  5. Jan Sanne says:

    PT listened to career Gov’t people and didn’t seek out others.
    Trillions will be added to the national debt thus reinforcing the opinion of uninformed people that Gov’t has unlimited resources to hand out.
    Govs are closing down states again thus hurting the economy.
    People are dying because their DRs are not treating them with proven solutions.
    People are wearing masks that don’t stop virus particles.
    Numbers of death because of corona have been manipulated as have cases of infection.
    This is beyond madness.

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      You’re blaming this on President Trump?

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      • lawgiver says:

        Well, he’s not doing anything to dispute the narrative despite ample evidence and opportunity to do so.

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        • Hans says:

          Ok …..I get it MSM is following correctly and honestly reporting every thing that PDT says. At all of the White House press conferences. Reporters are asking thoughtful questions and the President is not answering them.

          Do you think much before you post.

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    • gitmo4crooks says:

      ONE Other Item to consider……ALL o fthose “””DEAD from China Virus” will now be REGISTERED Democrats write in voters…………I think the the total list of 140,000+ dead virus people need to be put on a list for ALL Voting Records as NOT Eligible for casting a vote.

      Dont believe it…….trust me…….if there is a known list of peoples names and addressed….its suspect

      Dont think China does not have all peoples home address to cast fake ballots for the DEMS? Trust me….that too is in the works (remember all of the hacking of millions of peoples information from the credit card buerau’s (Equifax?)……

      Yes that information has been sold to the DNC

      The more you think its not possible…the more likely it actually is.
      WE NEED VOTING CONSERVATIVE VOLUNTEERS AT EVERY VOTING LOCATION>>> A MASSIVE TURNOUT AND CONSERVATIVE MONITORING THE COUNTING….and NO MAIL INs allowed

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    • CM-TX says:

      You’re not wrong.

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  6. Robert Smith says:

    Can someone explain to me why TikTok suddenly became a hot social platform?

    What does it do that other social media platforms didn’t?

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    • TarsTarkas says:

      Spy for the Chinese.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Robert Smith says:

        I know they do that, but what does the end user get out of it?

        I see videos that look like they could be from facebook, periscope, etc.

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        • cjzak says:

          The youngsters love it just like they did Instagram and SnapChat. Cool videos to watch and make. The dangers are not the first thing in their minds, or in their minds at all, with these sites. They just think they’re fun and all their friends are on the site with them so it’s like a giant party. Parents have to be vigilent about online sites used by their kids and monitor them all the time.

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          • Robert Smith says:

            I used to think Vine was cool because I thought it took some skill to make a good loop. Which, I guess, is why it disappeared.

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    • Lady in Red says:

      As for the younger generations, they jump on any new social media bandwagon. Especially the more narcissistic (so that’s about every millennial).

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    • Basically, it benefits from its compatibility with Instagram, so the Gen Z-ers who use that (instead of Grampa’s tired old FB) prefer to use TikTok to create and imbed videos:
      https://brandastic.com/blog/what-is-tiktok-and-why-is-it-so-popular/

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      • Niagara Frontier says:

        Good point. It’s also important to remember that their typical user doesn’t have a very long attention span. A platform where videos average between 15 and 60 seconds in length just about matches the average attention span of that age group.

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        • Robert Smith says:

          I sent a 12 min Jordan Person Post modernism video to my friend. He liked it enough to send it to his kids.

          His oldest, a junior daughter in college said, “OMG! 12 minutes?!”

          When it was over she asked him, it was only 12 minutes? There is a LOT of good content that people work on and edit to make great. There are also videos where people just wing it and those are as variable in quality as you would expect.

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  7. sunnyflower5 says:

    They all used the same identical orders.

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    • cheering4america says:

      This is exactly what I believe. We are going to miss those thousands of senior voters, especially as in many cases they would have balanced out the masses of “demographic changes” occurring.

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    • northwoodswatcher says:

      All five richly deserve life in the electric chair.

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    • MfM says:

      Yup, I’m in PA and know well the toll this took on people in nursing homes.

      In my small county there have been around 340 deaths, while 270 of them were from LTC facilities. It’s been hovering around a sickening 80%.

      Philly’s numbers I don’t think are to be trusted. They are reporting many fewer deaths in LTC facilities then any of the Counties around them.

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    • Blue Wildflower says:

      Hopefully, we will see an investigation on this in the near future. If we are to remain a country under God we must protect people that can not protect themselves. As a country we are already killing innocent babies, born and unborn, do we want to include the elderly in the legal murdering in our country.

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  8. Sepp says:

    If members of the Democrat Party and their financial backers truly cared about all Americans, then wouldn’t they spend their money to pay for the production and free distribution of the highest quality and most scientifically correct masks for each American?

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  9. citizen817 says:

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    • Robert Smith says:

      I don’t see how Ghislaine could get any reasonable leniency from her point of view for providing any help to prosecutors.

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      • G. Alistar says:

        I don’t know but I’d sure lean for leniency were she provide dirt on Senator Mark Warner, he is corrupt and dirty as they come.

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        • Robert Smith says:

          If I were her I’d expose it all. They’re going to call her every kind of freak, deserved and not, let everyone know that she isn’t alone. That’s the best thing she can do to “salvage” something out of this.

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          • H.R. says:

            “I’m going down?!? Then you’re ALL going down!”

            (I’m hoping she’s of that mindset. Strange it would be that if she tells all, it may be the fastest way to drain the swamp.)

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            • decisiontime16 says:

              Maxwell is facing a possibility of 35 years I heard today.

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              • Robert Smith says:

                Ghislaine has no possibility of being free again. There will be lawsuits from everywhere as a follow on.

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              • gitmo4crooks says:

                that would be great except i doubt she will last 35 days…………….a mysterious event will happen…..it cannot be the same death as Epstein as that would be too obvious

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  10. Joe says:

    It should be obvious, yet is not mentioned often enough, that virus-panic promotion, which has become and will continue till November to be the media’s principal pastime, is <emprimarily about ensuring mail-in voting wherever possible.

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    • doyouseemyvision says:

      And Hillary just said that if Trump loses the election, he will challenge the vote.

      She gave away their plan. Mail-in voting is their method for inducing voter fraud bigly. It will be huge fraud. They don’t care that there will be more Dem votes in a precinct than REGISTERED voters. They aim is to win this and then turn this election into a constitutional quagmire so that even if Trump wins in the end, they can again claim he is illegitimate. That’s how they will attempt to ‘dirty up’ Trump.

      She said it in her own words. It will be 2016 on steroids.

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      • H.R. says:

        And President Trump will still git ‘er done in the face of all opposition.

        We just have to make sure President Trump remains for his second term and has the House and Senate. Yeah, he’ll have to drag them along, kicking and screaming, but President Trump will still get a mountain of work done.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        Old dog, same tricks.

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      • gitmo4crooks says:

        SPOT ON….and with another “””round””” of the virus released by the chinese in September….it will be lockdown time and no one can go to the voting booth…you heard it here first

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    • gsonFIT says:

      These dem idiots want the states to mail out ballots to every person on the rolls and then accept any return mailed in ballot. They are not talking about absentee ballots. Burning question is, do you get a dem discount on postage if your are dead?

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  11. Lady in Red says:

    Surprising (LOL) errors in positive COVID testing numbers in FL. “The report showed that Orlando Health had a 98 percent positivity rate. However, when FOX 35 News contacted the hospital, they confirmed errors in the report. Orlando Health’s positivity rate is only 9.4 percent, not 98 percent as in the report.” Also, Orlando Veteran’s Medical Center showed 76% positivity, when it was really 6%!!!

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    • Free Speech says:

      https://www.aol.com/article/news/2020/07/14/arizona-teacher-dies-of-covid-19-as-2-colleagues-also-test-positive/24560522/

      Shameless Huffpo using this woman’s tragedy to stoke Covid back-to-school fears. Can’t avoid casually mentioning she had asthma, diabetes and lupus.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        Those people are Risk factor central.

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      • Lady in Red says:

        Just heard from a family member in TX. She just got notification that the kids’ elementary school will be virtual for 3 mos starting in Sept. She is pulling her hair out and is not pleased 🥴

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        • Beau Geste says:

          Your friend should contact the Governor and school tax authorities to request a voucher for other private schooling with real teaching. Mount the ‘social pressure’ against taxes for non-teaching and non-schooling monopolies.

          Past objections were on the basis of ‘separation of church and state’. Now the reason is failure of monopoly state education to actually even teach effectively.

          There should be some lawsuits !!! Preferably in a favorable jurisdiction, rather than in a crooked, corrupt court in a crooked, corrupt big-city dem state.

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        • Blue Wildflower says:

          The reason for that is because we now have a Democrat governor, Governor Abbott. Texans never forget, he is finished in Texas politics.

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          • Lady in Red says:

            Funny, have been going back and forth with her. One kid is in a private school, but they are following the district because many of the teachers have kids in the district. I sure don’t like Abbott, and I hope you are right, that he is finished in Texas politics.

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    • gda53 says:

      “FOX 35 News has yet to hear from the other labs or the Florida Department of Health to explain how the error could have been made on an official report.”

      This means they heard back from only 2 labs and BOTH had mis-reported by a factor of 10X!!

      How many others were in error I wonder? And who controls these statistics?

      Good work by Fox35! What a novel concept – ‘investigative reporting’.

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      • Lady in Red says:

        I hope PDJT tweets this report.

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      • Beau Geste says:

        If it is a criminal offense to misstate anything to crooked congresscritters or US Government officials under 18 USC 1001, it should be a criminal offense to officially report lies to the US Government DCD and other official state and government bodies.

        This sounds like criminal activity, just like false vote counting to hurt the Florida Governor and support killer cuomo’s retaliation against travel from other states. Absolutely should be prosecuted.

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      • snarkybeach says:

        the local talk radio guy wants to know why they are testing dead bodies for COVID?

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    • sunnydaze says:

      The numbers are sooo skewed. unbelievable.

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      • sunnydaze says:

        Apparently, the Clinics are reporting their numbers correctly. It’s the FL. Dept. of Health website that is messing them up.

        Seems that the FL. Dept. of Health website (or was it another?) had problems when this whole COVID mess started w/ that one woman who was later fired?

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        • Beau Geste says:

          appointments from the previous ‘administration’?

          How about a FISA WArrant on this false-data-reporting, which may be much more due to helping ‘agents of a foreign government’ than the General Flynn persecution.

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    • Magabear says:

      Another link to this debacle. Is anyone even suprised at this level of trickery anymore?

      https://www.breitbart.com/health/2020/07/14/fox-35-investigation-reveals-inflated-florida-covid-19-numbers/

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  12. Joe says:

    It should be obvious, yet is not mentioned often enough, that virus-panic promotion, which has become and will continue till November to be the media’s principal pastime, is primarily about ensuring mail-in voting wherever possible.

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  13. jeans2nd says:

    Stephen Miller spoke with John Fredericks (WJFN Radio) this morning.
    If you’ve any doubts over Pres Trump, his actions and intentions, listen to this (audio only).

    To refresh your memory, Stephen Miller was the only good thing to come from Jeff Sessions’ involvement with Team Trump, and has remained as loyal and in-sync with Pres Trump as any member of Pres Trump’s family. 21:04

    “President Trump Was Destined For This”

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    • Beau Geste says:

      hope sessions loses today. Any state voters who read here should make sure they vote for the “other person”, whoever it is. (we know it it Tuberville, but anybody is better than sessions, whi I have come to decide is a mole who may be one of the redacted ‘Confidential Human Sources” used by the FBI to spy on the Trump Campaign.

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      • III% says:

        Calculated into my vote is……who can beat Doug Jones come November easily and definitively. The answer is Tubberville.

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      All of the people who are upset that Trump is willing to deal with the DACAns should listen to this great interview!

      Love me some Stephen Miller.

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    • Nick the Deplorable says:

      President has said over and over again no path to citizenship unless he gets everything else he wants on immigration. President never said his EO would give them amnesty.

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      • jeans2nd says:

        Yes, and that is exactly what Stephen Miller reiterated in this interview.
        It is the same plan Pres Trump offered before. Nothing has changed.

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    • TJ says:

      Thank you. This is excellent.

      I heard him speak at an early and somewhat intimate Trump rally in Texas. It was thrown together in a couple of days, the venue only held around 2500, but it was packed with overflow outside.

      I was cheering him on, but I don’t think people knew who he was, because I got stares when I did so. People weren’t really paying attention because they were shuffling about waiting for Candidate Trump. lol

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      • jeans2nd says:

        Saw SM in Y-town (Ohio), in a small event at Y-town State Univ just for Campaign Volunteers with Pres Trump.
        My seat allowed me to watch SM behind the curtain, and enabled me to figure out SM was the speechwriter. And i couldn’t tell anyone!
        Good times, good memories.

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  14. Joemama says:

    Hillary looks like she has been cut off from her supply of adrenochrome:

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  15. northwoodswatcher says:

    From: Swiss Policy Reseach | 07/14/2020.
    http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-chat/3864807/posts
    • Facts about Covid-19: Fully referenced facts about Covid-19, provided by experts in the field, to help readers make a realistic risk assessment (July, 2020 Edition)

    The link above takes you to a very long report.

    But I found that this site contains oodles of good data, and everything I am reading in it demonstrates that many governors and mayors are acting purposefully in ways to harm the USA.

    It covers a lot of ground.

    It provides many references to studies that shatter most of the mythical practices that the far left loons are forcing down people’s throats.

    This report is highly critical of the lockdowns and other tyrannical measures taken to destroy the economy and people’s lives, for no sound scientific reason — in fact, in the face of many sound scientific reasons NOT to do it.

    Wearing masks is among the “mandates” called out in this report for futility, not to mention stupidity.

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  16. sunnyflower5 says:

    Geez —what a basket of deplorables.

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  17. deplorable says:

    Masks have become a political issue instead of the health/science issue they should be.

    A recent female senior citizen and independent voter I spoke with, that wants to vote for President Trump, was very mad at him for not wearing a mask. She gets all her news from TV and newspaper. The corona virus is deadly to her age group. Her main argument was that as President of the USA, President Trump must set a good example for all Americans.

    Any good strategist picks their battles wisely. I see this mask issue as one not worth losing votes over and therefore not worth bickering about. If you can gain independent votes by wearing a mask at times then do so. The goal is to win November’s election.

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    • Magabear says:

      And what of the people looking for someone to champion the cause of liberty and actual science? Appeasing the Karen’s may lose you some deplorables.

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      • deplorable says:

        The MSM has made, of all things, “wearing a mask” a political issue. They have brainwashed some senior citizens to think the president is against wearing a mask. Having the president make a few “mask” appearances in public, as he did at the VA hospital and as Melania and Ivanka have recently done, will help end the MSM narrative that the president is against masks.

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    • MfM says:

      I ask people who go on and on about Trump not wearing a mask one question.

      Do you wear a mask when you are at home, in your private office, outside or in your car?

      Well neither does Trump!

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      • deplorable says:

        I asked this too. This person agreed. But her opinion was that as President of the USA, his situation is different in that he needs to lead and set an example. She has also been brainwashed by the MSM into somehow believing President Trump will never wear a mask. Obviously that’s false. I think President Trump is aware of this because recently he made sure to appear publicly, on the news, wearing a mask at a VA hospital. “To wear or not to wear a mask” is an issue that will go away some day, just like the corona virus. I don’t want to see President Trump lose any votes over it. The goal is to win in November.

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    • FreyFelipe says:

      So the rest of us, including DJT, are suppose to kneel to this ignorant angry woman?

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    • Hans says:

      See …..that is really the problem.

      The MSM… she gets all of her information on MSM.. so you are suggesting that we should just let MSM set the presidents narative. Like the NYT or the WaPo.

      I don’t think that would be a winning narative. If you follow some of the MSM narative everyone should wear a mask indoors. Now I know that masks lower the amount of oxygen entering the lung..and lower oxygen levels in the blood could adversely affect body organs.. so If President Trump followed the MSM narative he would be hurting the American people. That doesn’t sound MAGA to me.

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    • Debra says:

      He wore a mask in the context and space any lay person would — in a hospital setting with vulnerable people.

      Those people that are vulnerable and want to get out into public space should return the favor. Otherwise, my body, my choice goes for our VSGPDJT as well as myself . . .

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    • cjzak says:

      Does she realize he’s in that age group too? Hopefully she saw him wearing a mask just as he said he does in certain situations. How ridiculous and possibly health threatening for him to wear a mask all day when he has to speak numerous times to numerous groups and he also gets tested all the time fo covid. She should think a bit further on being mad at him for not wearing one.

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    • cantcforest says:

      Everyone here needs to look for Dr. Kelly Victory’s talk on what is and isn’t real about Covid 19. It is in the middle of the comments on Sundance’s coverage of Gov. Nuisance Newsome.

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    • doyouseemyvision says:

      Everybody around him takes hourly temp checks and at least daily CV tests. He doesn’t need a mask.

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  18. northwoodswatcher says:

    Among the many points of information in the just-posted Swiss Policy Research report (https://swprs.org/a-swiss-doctor-on-covid-19/) is this section criticizing the wearing of masks; go to the original report to see the linked references:

    SWISS POLICY RESEARCH REPORT (excerpt):
    Various countries have introduced or are currently discussing the introduction of mandatory masks in public transport, in shopping malls, or generally in public.

    Due to the lower-than-expected lethality of Covid-19 and the available treatment options, this discussion might become obsolete. The original argument regarding a reduction of hospitalizations (“flatten the curve”) is also no longer relevant, as the hospitalization rate was and is about twenty times lower than initially assumed.

    Nevertheless, the question of the effectiveness of masks can be asked. In the case of influenza epidemics, the answer is already clear from a scientific point of view: masks in everyday life have no or very little effect. If used improperly, they can even increase the risk of infection.

    Ironically, the best and most recent example of this is the often-mentioned Japan: Despite its ubiquitous masks, Japan experienced its most recent strong flu wave – with around five million people falling ill – just one year ago, in January and February 2019.

    However, unlike SARS corona viruses, influenza viruses are transmitted also by children. Indeed, Japan had to close around ten thousand schools in 2019 due to acute outbreaks of the flu.

    With the SARS 1 virus of 2002 and 2003, there is some evidence that medical masks can provide partial protection against infection. But SARS-1 spread almost exclusively in hospitals, i.e. in a professional environment, and hardly to the general public at large.

    In contrast, a study from 2015 showed that the cloth masks in use today are permeable to 97% of viral particles due to their pore size and can further increase the risk of infection by storing moisture.

    Some studies recently argued that everyday masks are nevertheless effective in the case of the new coronavirus and could at least prevent the infection of other people. However, these studies suffer from poor methodology and sometimes show the opposite of what they claim.

    Typically, these studies ignore the effect of other simultaneous measures, the natural development of infection numbers, changes in test activity, or they compare countries with very different conditions.

    An overview:

    • A German study claimed that the introduction of compulsory masks in German cities had led to a decrease in infections. But the data does not support this: in some cities there was no change, in others a decrease, in others an increase in infections (see graph below). The city of Jena, presented as a model, simultaneously introduced the strictest quarantine rules in Germany, but the study did not mention this.
    • A study in the journal PNAS claimed that masks had led to a decrease in infections in three hotspots (including New York City). This did not take into account the natural decrease in infections and other measures. The study was so flawed that over 40 scientists recommended that the study be withdrawn.
    • A US study claimed that compulsory masks had led to a decrease in infections in 15 states. The study did not take into account that the incidence of infection was already declining in most states at that time. A comparison with other states was not made.
    • A Canadian study claimed that countries with compulsory masks had fewer deaths than countries without compulsory masks. But the study compared African, Latin American, Asian and Eastern European countries with very different infection rates and population structures.
    • A meta-study in the journal Lancet claimed that masks “could” lead to a reduction in the risk of infection, but the studies considered mainly hospitals (Sars-1) and the strength of the evidence was reported as “low”.
    • The medical benefit of compulsory masks therefore continues to remain questionable. In any case, a comparative study by the University of East Anglia came to the conclusion that compulsory masks had no measurable effect on the incidence of Covid infections or deaths.

    It is also clear that widespread use of face masks couldn’t stop the initial outbreak in Wuhan.

    Sweden showed that even without a lockdown, without compulsory masks and with one of the lowest intensive care bed capacities in Europe, hospitals need not be overburdened. In fact, Sweden’s annual all-cause mortality is in the range of previous flu seasons.

    At any rate, authorities shouldn’t suggest to the population that compulsory masks reduce the risk of infection, for example in public transport, as there is no evidence of this. Whether with or without masks, there is an increased risk of infection in densely packed indoor areas.

    Interestingly, the demand for a worldwide obligation to wear masks is led by a lobby group called “masks4all” (masks for all), which was founded by a “young leader” of the Davos forum.Mandatory masks in German cities: no relevant impact. (IZA 2020)

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    • deplorable says:

      Unfortunately these facts don’t matter to many potential voters. Masks have become a political issue.

      Any good strategist picks their battles wisely. I see this mask issue as one not worth losing votes over and therefore not worth bickering about. If you can gain independent votes by wearing a mask at times then do so. The goal is to win November’s election.

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      • TJ says:

        -Why Trump Will Win Independents in 2020
        -The radical Democrat agenda will drive Independents into the president’s arms.
        https://spectator.org/why-trump-will-win-independents-in-2020/

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      • Hans says:

        A good Strategist is aware when the “enemy” makes mistakes.. and let’s them sink their own ship..

        Take for example all school children wearing re-usable masks.. just imagine kindergarten, first, second and special needs children trying to put their mask on their face. Just image how safely they can remove them for lunch, a drink of water. How about after they go the rest room.. will they be touching the area arround their eyes and mouth.. as they check the 100 percent medical fit. Think about the moisture and mold that will form on the mask and enter into the child’s lungs.. bacterial pneumonia much..

        No you don’t appease dumb ideas…. all you have to do is look at Joe Biden.. and get a true picture of appeasement and dumb ideas.. hiding in his basement ….only taking scripted questions. Is he really trying to paint a picture of a health strong leader.. someone who will take charge… every time I seem him in his basement with a mask I laugh….

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      • III% says:

        A quisling I see.

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    • TJ says:

      The SPRS website posted some similar sites a few months back you might be interested in.

      Lock Down Sceptics (UK)
      https://lockdownsceptics.org/

      Covid-19 in Proportion? (more links in right column)
      http://inproportion2.talkigy.com/

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  19. JCM800 says:

    https://nationaleconomicseditorial.com/2017/04/07/illegal-immigration-costs-analysis-texas/

    “According to Texas’s state budget, $61 billion is spent on K-12 public schools. This number does not take into account spending on student courts or education services centers.

    Given that 11.1% of student are illegals, this means illegals soak up $6.77 billion in educational costs.

    Additionally, many of these children don’t speak English well and need supplemental English instruction?

    The Federation for American Immigration Reform estimated that for 2014, ESL lessons cost Texan taxpayers $1.1 billion.”

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  20. WeThePeople2016 says:

    The media has gone bat-shit crazy again today with the virus coverage. I watched for 5 min. and then turned it off. Until the nation-wide ban is lifted, this will not stop and we are going into shut-down mode again.

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  21. Doppler says:

    I’m frustrated today at the lack of clear scientific guidance driving our federal and state governments, in two regards:

    1. Increased testing/Increased false positives. The best antibody tests have about 95% sensitivity, meaning that, out of their test population of those with and without antibodies, 95% of the positive tests correctly identified people with antibodies, while 5% of those positives were false positives – they identified patients without antibodies as having been exposed. If you then take such a test and apply it to a large population where no one has antibodies, it will still conclude that 5% do have the antibodies. So, if we test 100,000,000 people, 5,000,000 of them will falsely be identified as having been exposed and developed antibodies. From an epidemiological (population assessment, vs individual decisionmaking) perspective, 5% of those tested should be subtracted from the number of positives to get a better idea of how many have been exposed. So if 6M positives come back from the 100M people tested, that means about 1M true positives. This point is ignored by the Big Lie Media, who lead every newscast with virus fear-mongering. Apparently, providers and public health officials are financially incented to find as many cases as possible, as are socialist-leaning officials, who are pathologically motivated to find justifications to tell others what to do, even if (especially if) it harms their “subjects,” and allows them to “moralize” at them.

    2. Age group impact.

    The death rates by age group make up one of the most compelling messages of the epidemiological data. See https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/vsrr/covid_weekly/index.htm#AgeAndSex
    Death rate rises steadily from near zero at the younger, school-ages, up to the oldest. A similar graph would also likely appear in graphing people by number of co-morbidities. School age children are more likely to die from accidents than of Covid from returning to school, healthy school-age children have virtually no risk, yet the Big Lie Media press demands of every interviewee how can you justify sending children out into such a risky situation, while LA teachers’ unions demand that schools remain closed, led by Harvard f’ing University.

    Cannot President Trump find some epidemiologists who aren’t pharma-corrupted, HRC-loving, Marxist-sympathizing bureaucrats who can help devise a sensible re-opening plan, that seeks to isolate those at higher risk, while giving appropriate non-political guidance to everyone else on how to return to normalcy, while also avoiding exposing the high risk patients unnecessarily? The narrative that President Trump and his epidemiological experts are at war with each other harms the President’s approval ratings as much or more than they do Fauci. I blame Newsom for re-closing California, but I’d sure like to see some Covid Task Force meetings at the WH that pumped out sensible, non-partisan advice that would expose Newsom et al as the incompetent, high-risk partisans they are. I expect that’s what the Moms want, too, and Trump needs their votes.

    The narrative continues to spin against the President, and he’s either been playing the wounded pigeon tactic to draw all his enemies out where he can destroy them all with one fell swoop, or, it turns out, he and the Big Ugly are nothing but an actual wounded pigeon and we’re done for.

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  22. Winston says:

    WHO Will Not Investigate Wuhan Lab Where Coronavirus Was Kept
    07/14/2020

    https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/who-will-not-investigate-wuhan-lab-where-coronavirus-was-kept

    The World Health Organisation announced Monday that it will not be visiting the Wuhan Institute of Virology during its investigation into the origins of the coronavirus, despite the fact that the lab held samples of coronavirus that were almost exactly the same as that which caused a global pandemic.

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    • TJ says:

      -Why The WHO Faked A Pandemic (2010)

      “But there’s more than bureaucratic self-interest at work here. Bizarrely enough, the WHO has also exploited its phony pandemic to push a hard left political agenda.

      “In a September speech WHO Director-General Chan said “ministers of health” should take advantage of the “devastating impact” swine flu will have on poorer nations to get out the message that “changes in the functioning of the global economy” are needed to “distribute wealth on the basis of” values “like community, solidarity, equity and social justice.” She further declared it should be used as a weapon against “international policies and systems that govern financial markets, economies, commerce, trade and foreign affairs.”

      https://www.forbes.com/2010/02/05/world-health-organization-swine-flu-pandemic-opinions-contributors-michael-fumento.html#56234f548e8a

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    • Doppler says:

      Similarly, that Science article that came out 6 weeks after the Covid 19 genome was first made available, concluding that it couldn’t be man-made because, “hey, we’re viral engineers, and, if we had bio-engineered it, we would’ve done it differently,” didn’t consider the Wuhan Virology Institute as a potential source, either. Did not even mention its location, its capabilities, or any of the gain-of-function research those authors Chinese counterparts had been conducting. Neither those geniuses, nor WHO have pointed to the animal host in which this virus supposedly mutated before jumping to humans, either (although I bet there are labs in China frantically trying to generate some animals with Covid they can pass off as those hosts.

      So WHO’s going to investigate, but won’t be looking at the point of origin because its purpose is cover-up, not discovery. (Note how similar the pattern is to the Brennan-Comey-McCabe-Weissman-Mueller Russiagate investigation – no reason to actually look at what was hacked in blaming the Trump-loving Russians for the hack, just because).

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      • Winston says:

        Italy Had Coronavirus in Sewage as Early as December, Study Says
        June 19, 2020

        https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-06-19/italy-had-coronavirus-in-sewage-as-early-as-december-study-says

        The coronavirus was present in Milan and Turin’s sewage systems as early as December, two months before the first Covid-19 cases were detected in Italy, a new study shows.

        “Traces of SARS-Cov-2 have been found in samples of waste water taken in Milan and Turin on Dec. 18 and in Bologna on Jan. 29,” said Giuseppina La Rosa, who led the research for a coming study from the country’s ISS National Health Institute. “More traces were detected in other test samples through January and February.”

        ——–

        Images at link:

        Satellite data suggests coronavirus may have hit China earlier
        Researchers say surge in cars at hospitals may indicate outbreak in fall of 2019.
        June 8, 2020

        https://abcnews.go.com/International/satellite-data-suggests-coronavirus-hit-china-earlier-researchers/story?id=71123270

        Dramatic spikes in auto traffic around major hospitals in Wuhan last fall suggest the novel coronavirus may have been present and spreading through central China long before the outbreak was first reported to the world, according to a new Harvard Medical School study.

        Using techniques similar to those employed by intelligence agencies, the research team behind the study analyzed commercial satellite imagery and “observed a dramatic increase in hospital traffic outside five major Wuhan hospitals beginning late summer and early fall 2019,” according to Dr. John Brownstein, the Harvard Medical professor who led the research.

        Brownstein, an ABC News contributor, said the traffic increase also “coincided with” elevated queries on a Chinese internet search for “certain symptoms that would later be determined as closely associated with the novel coronavirus.”

        Though Brownstein acknowledged the evidence is circumstantial, he said the study makes for an important new data point in the mystery of COVID-19’s origins.

        “Something was happening in October,” said Brownstein, the chief innovation officer at Boston Children’s Hospital and director of the medical center’s Computational Epidemiology Lab. “Clearly, there was some level of social disruption taking place well before what was previously identified as the start of the novel coronavirus pandemic.”

        ——–

        Mobile Phone Activity From Wuhan Lab Suggests ‘Possible Shutdown’ In October Due To ‘Hazardous Event’
        11 May 2020

        https://www.zerohedge.com/health/mobile-phone-activity-wuhan-lab-suggests-possible-shutdown-october-due-hazardous-event

        An intelligence report conducted by private analysts and presented to the US Senate intelligence committee suggests that there may have been a “hazardous event” at the Wuhan Institute of Virology between October 6 and 11, during which time roadblocks were put in place to prevent traffic from coming to the facility, according to the report obtained by NBC News.

        The 24-page report includes an analysis of phone data from around the institute, including a pattern analysis of devices that frequent the WIV, show no mobile phone activity from October 7 to 24

        The analysis shows that device traffic “in and around the WIV in the months prior to October was consistent,” but that “Beginning on October 11th, there was a substantial decrease in activity,” suggesting that the ‘window for incident’ was October 6th – 11th.

        “During this time, it is believed that roadblocks were put in place to prevent traffic from coming near the facility.”

        ——–

        On the origin of the virus:

        SARS-CoV-2 – The most logical explanation is that it comes from a laboratory
        2 Jul 2020

        https://www.minervanett.no/corona/the-most-logical-explanation-is-that-it-comes-from-a-laboratory/361860

        Excerpts from article. Technical details omitted:

        The well-known Norwegian virologist Birger Sørensen and his colleagues have examined the corona virus. They believe it has certain properties which would not evolve naturally. These conclusions are politically controversial, but in this interview he shares the findings behind the headlines.

        “We have examined which components of the virus are especially well suited to attach themselves to cells in humans. And we have done this by comparing the properties of the virus with human genetics. What we found was that this virus was exceptionally well adjusted to infect humans.”

        He pauses for a second.

        “So well that it was suspicious,” he adds.

        “There are several factors that point towards this,” says Sørensen. “Firstly, this part of the virus is very stable; it mutates very little. That points to this virus as a fully developed, almost perfected virus for infecting humans.

        “Secondly, this indicates that the structure of the virus cannot have evolved naturally. When we compare the novel coronavirus with the one that caused SARS, we see that there are altogether six inserts in this virus that stand out compared to other known SARS viruses,” he goes on explaining.

        Sørensen says that several of these changes in the virus are unique, and that they do not exist in other known SARS coronaviruses.

        “Four of these six changes have the property that they are suited to infect humans. This kind of aggregation of a type of property can be done simply in a laboratory, and helps to substantiate such an origin,” Sørensen points out.

        Sørensen is therefore quite confident that the virus has originated in a laboratory.

        “I think it’s more than 90 percent certain. It’s at least a far more probable explanation than it having developed this way in nature”, Sørensen responds.

        Sørensen also highlights other data than those related to the virus’ properties:

        “The properties that we now see in the virus, we have yet to discover anywhere in nature. We know that these properties make the virus very infectious, so if it came from nature, there should also be many animals infected with this, but we have still not been able to trace the virus in nature.

        “The only place we are aware of where an equivalent virus to that which causes Covid-19 exists, is in a laboratory. *****So the simplest and most logical explanation is that it comes from a laboratory. Those who claim otherwise, have the burden of proof,”***** Sørensen says.

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        • thedoc00 says:

          This is NO surprise. There are many places across Europe, to include Italy, where there have always been “wet” markets like those in China. Immigrants from Asia, Africa and Middle East have actually expanded the problem of “wet” markets to a large extent across Europe. So, with a large Chinese population traveling to-from China this should especially be of no surprise to anybody. In fact it is at the “duh level” of ignorance.

          Don’t be surprised if in the large African and Asian immigrant enclaves, in the US, there ARE “wet” markets that align with Wuhan Virus hot spots.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Since the US is out of the WHO, the Chinese control it completely. It seems like China had their hands on the puppet strings even while the US was providing the bulk of funding so they make the WHO dance to their liking.,

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      • Winston says:

        World Health Organization Corruption & Their Marxist, Robert Mugabe-Supporting Chief Exposed

        WHO chief praises, covers for China

        The head of WHO is from Ethiopia:

        Ethiopia and the Chinese dream in Africa
        23 Apr 2019

        https://www.rte.ie/news/world/2019/0423/1045064-ethiopia-china/

        With a population of more than 100 million, Ethiopia is Africa’s second-most populous country and it has become a leading investment destination in sub-Saharan Africa, particularly for China.

        [snip]

        To pay for all of these major developments, Ethiopia has taken out massive loans from China, with state policy banks extending it to more than $12.1 billion since 2000, according to the China Africa Research Initiative at Johns Hopkins University of the United States.

        His politics:

        Tedros Adhanom

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tedros_Adhanom

        Political party: Tigrayan People’s Liberation Front (Marxist/Maoist)
        Other political affiliations: Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front (Marxist/Maoist)

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  23. Tl Howard says:

    I guess Whitey causes this.

    Liked by 4 people

  24. Drogers says:

    Mr. Biden might be the single most unintelligent and hypocritical dweeb {or Democrat but I repeat myself} in the last 40+ years.

    But here’s the concern. If enough citizens believe … we’re in for a dogfight.

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    • Watching him now presenting his economic “plan” . . . He’s totally relying on the revisionist malarkey the left has been pushing since the Trump boom that 0bama had a decent economy . . . green jobs/energy claptrap, climate change baloney etc…mentioned 0bama several times. …..utter nonsense, Hope & Change BS directed at morons.

      Team Trump needs to blow this crap right out of the water now . . . President has a news conference this evening…bet he’ll deflated his balloon juice right off.

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      • Drogers says:

        Clivus ~

        As am I.

        We must win this next one for our heritage!

        *MAGA

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      • Robert Smith says:

        IF you were working during O’bama and Trump the economic and jobs market conditions were completely different. There was a sense of optimism in an economy that strong across every field. That optimism hasn’t existed for many decades.

        Which is why the Democrats took down the economy and will continue to try to keep it down.

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  25. Tl Howard says:

    Rush is telling his audience an idea he heard on Steve Hilton’s show this weekend: if your child’s school is not opening, call and demand your fair share of the tax dollars you’ve paid for NO education. Take that money and hire tutor or find another source of education for your child.

    I think that is a great idea: inundate the school trustees with calls for your money.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      Be careful what you ask to have happen. It is more expensive to run remote schools than live schools or a combination of both.

      Still need buildings and infrastructure.

      Need to add massive I/T budget for staff and technology.

      Teacher Unions will demand pay for all hours spent in prep and teaching. For example:
      For video lessons: I used to produce marketing, training and technical briefing videos.a rule of thumb in producing them is a minimum of 4-8 hours of creation time plus 1 hour of production time per minute of video.
      For on-line lessons: the effort required is same r slightly more than live class time. Plus, if a student needs help, this will require special “after hours sessions”.

      Remote schooling is not cheaper and will drive up education costs for local governments to cover via taxes. This is a democrat’s dream come true, with disrupted education and society and higher taxes.

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      • Tl Howard says:

        I mean, “Since you’re closed and the internet offerings are just baby work, give parents their state/fed share for their kid and they’ll take the money to educate their own kids.”

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        • thedoc00 says:

          If NO classes are conducted, I agree 100% there should be a refund a nobody in the school district should be paid.

          However, that does not seem the case and many are under the false impression remote schooling is cheaper and easier.

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      • mtyorkie says:

        Homeschool coops, parents finding like minded parents and doing 4 day work, one day teaching each (my mother-in-law did that).
        People can be innovative if they care about their kids and don’t have the crutch of what many of them consider free babysitting.

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        • That’s a really good idea.

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        • thedoc00 says:

          Yes, that works if you have a group of folks who can effectively teach. I have no problem with home schooling if that is your choice. Yet, the quality of that education is not uniform unfortunately and there is also potential issues with socialization.

          The new major problem emerging will be curriculum and accreditation by the state to be called a “graduate” of any grade level. To date that road bump has been absent if the kiddos could pass the state exams as well as college boards. However, the teachers whom we know (wife is a recently retired teacher) say the next step coming is reduction of standardized tests to a level to verify compliance with standardized curriculum and reporting on progress in that curriculum. The Red ED bunch are all over this one.

          Just as with the coming vaccine and trace tracking, non-compliance will cause exclusion from higher education, jobs and more.

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        • Debra says:

          Each parent has one day of instruction in their area of expertise, e.g. Tuesday is math and Science day with Mr. ‘Owns his own business’, while Wednesday is English and Literature day with Grandma ‘Owns all the classics’, and Thursday is health and public policy day with Ms. ‘Nurse with flex schedule’, etc.

          Ten to fifteen children of the same general age group (K – 2), (3 – 5), (6 – 8), and high schoolers doing the remote/on-line instruction with an on-line school of their parents choice, sounds like a workable situation.

          Remove sports teams from schools and regulate youth sports to ‘club’ arrangements, and maybe we will see some parity in competition. . .

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  26. Winky says:

    Kris Kobach on COOKED Covid numbers and voter fraud with mail in ballots…..such a credible guy.

    https://banned.video/watch?id=5f0ce34e677a7f01e9204167

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  27. Robert Smith says:

    Macron storms the Bastille with Mask requirement Aug 1st.

    PARIS (AP) — French President Emmanuel Macron said masks would be required in indoor public places by Aug. 1, but that schools should resume as usual in September. France has one of the world’s highest virus death tolls, and scientists are warning of a potential resurgence as people abandon social distancing practices, hold dance parties and head off on summer vacations.

    At the main Bastille Day event, troops sported masks as they got in formation, took them off for the ceremony, then put them on again when it was over. Macron made a point of donning his before speaking to WHO chief Tedros Ghebreyesus. One government member panicked when she realized she forgot hers, but was saved by a colleague with a spare.

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/travel/news/2020/07/14/bastille-day-france-scaled-back-celebrations-mask-requirments/5435884002/

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    • MfM says:

      Interesting that he’s got it for August 1. August is the month when many French people, including government ministers and physicians, are on holiday. Many say it’s like the country all heads out on their holiday together.

      Sadly in 2003 while families headed away they left their elderly home. There was a heat wave and there were 14,802 heat-related deaths (mostly among the elderly). There were 70,000 heat related deaths across Europe that summer.

      So in some respects I wonder why they are so worried about Covid.

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  28. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Exactly. I have been saying this for days. They already shut down the Texas GOP Convention that was to be held in Houston next week. That was a test run for the National GOP Convention.

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  29. bessie2003 says:

    Unknown as they are un-named, but another ‘Decline to Prosecute’ for misconduct in the DOJ, which is why I am more confident that AG Barr is not serious about cleaning up the DOJ than his public statements would have us believe:

    Click to access 20-083.pdf

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    • Hans says:

      Don’t worry folks it’s like testing for the corona virus…

      If you don’t prosecute criminals in the DOJ then there are no DOJ crimes..

      AG Bill Barr.. where are you…we just let them resign 2015 and retire 2018…. what swamp….. maybe I’ll start a new expression.. ‘What swamp Barr’

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  30. WeThePeople2016 says:

    But don’t worry, we are all in this together.

    Liked by 5 people

    • rarcangelo says:

      Very few are thinking clearly about C19….everyone bought into this killer virus very early on…which is not surprising…but too few have really kicked the tires on this thing……do you REALLY think if there was a killer virus out there, they would allow thousands of people to loot, riot and protest anytime they wanted??? Do you really believe that???? THEY WOULD ABSOLUTELY NOT ALLOW ANY OF IT……the facts…no scientist/virologist has properly isolated and purified “C19” nor produced its complete genetic sequence, nor viewed it under an electron microscope nor gotten it to satisfy Koch’s Postulates… and since they admit there is no proof the PCR tests actually detect a novel CV in the blood, why are we putting up with any of this????……I challenge ANYONE to prove me wrong about this virus…oh, and about the so-called deaths….a NUMBER of conditions—none involving C19, and most involving old traditional diseases—are killing people…it’s not a killer virus doing this…they wouldn’thave to lie about the numbers otherwise…. it’s mostly “impacting” the elderly who were very sick and dying to begin with for a reason……biggest scam in history, and mistly everyone is still falling for it…. We will never win the argument if we operate from a false premise to begin with

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      • Ken Maritch says:

        If it were truly a “killer virus”… people would be dying in the streets… funeral homes would be overflowing.
        There would be no need to mandate masks and social distancing… people would just do it.

        Liked by 3 people

    • mazziflol says:

      Is that to suggest that that there is the possibility they are NOT lying about covid numbers in Florida?

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  31. ms Idaho says:

    Upthread Sunnyflowers posted a James Woods tweet that older citizens vote republican – and the Democrats who murdered them with Covid. That was followed by a number of comments re: long term care facilities and the loss of thousands of Republican votes by Dem Governors.

    At first glance the assumption seems valid.
    Then i got to thinking (always dangerous, I know)
    Older citizens in a democrat state would tend to be … well… Democrats
    But more than that –
    it is common for someone to ‘help’ an oldster fill out their ballots. Democrat ‘help’, Democrat votes.

    In conclusion … IMHO it is just as likely that they lost thousands of Democrat votes.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Ausonius says:

      Exactly my reaction: DEMS are always at risk when they start following their own lies, prejudices, and propaganda.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Debra says:

      I concur.

      Adding people to the death rolls should simultaneously remove them from voter rolls.

      That health-compromised people (who may not have been filling out their own ballots themselves for several cycles) will no longer be on the mail-in or harvested votes list, could be a net positive . . .

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      • ms Idaho says:

        Debra
        Separate problem … but
        From Shakespeare? From Mark Twain? Or??
        Tis True, Tis Pity
        Tis Pity Tis True
        But Tis True

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    • MfM says:

      One thing to consider is that since March a million Americans have died.

      Each of those families couldn’t go and visit family in the hospital and their loved one died alone. Then burial customs weren’t able to be done. There are a lot of people morning family who haven’t gotten the closure they need.

      I’ve heard a lot of ‘walk away’ testimonies that said when they saw the public funerals of George Floyd, they were finished with the Democrats.

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      • gsonFIT says:

        Funeral is important part of grieving

        Liked by 2 people

      • ms Idaho says:

        MfM
        i had forgotten that ‘sweet’ little detail /s
        IMHO many lifelong and generational Democrat voters will not vote in November or will vote Republican.
        i have a hope / wish that NO Democrat is elected in November
        Praying lots, too

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  32. Tl Howard says:

    What, do you suppose, is the subject of the Rose Garden event at 3?

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  33. Skippy says:

    5:00 PM EDT. President Trump Holds a Press Conference
    The White House
    https://www.whitehouse.gov/live/

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    • I hope he says he is lifting the national emergency and cutting off federal covid funding immediately. I bet the infection count will drop down to zero. And all federal education money to any school system that does not open completely and normally.

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      • Rix Six says:

        When I was in early elementary school, a lot of the teachers were WWII and Korean war vets. College was not a requirement to be a teacher, the Vets had preference points for hiring on as a teacher and the teacher’s union didn’t yet exist. I would argue that a much better product came out of the classroom then than what’s coming out of it today.

        I’d like for President Trump to say that all schools will open and that they will be staffed with federalized National Guards until Veterans can be adequately trained to replace the National Guards in the classroom. The teacher’s union is barred from public schools, campus, classrooms and any private school that receives federal dollars, permanently.

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      • cheering4america says:

        The one thing the national emergency has been good for is the fact that it allows us to IMMEDIATELY deport border crossers; I’d like to keep that as long as possible.

        Watching as illegal aliens invade the country, overwhelm and bankrupt hospitals, turn entire counties/states into non-English speaking areas, protest and riot for THEIR perceived rights in OUR country, and turn our schools into expensive SURVIVOR episodes for our children, and then fail to show up in Court years later with impunity has been frustrating.

        American citizens have been screaming to close the borders for decades; politicians have agreed … until they were in elected office. Then, nothing. If we don’t get some handle on the problem during this Administration then it’s over for the American Republic.

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    • MVW says:

      It will be about immigration Executive Order clearing up DACA, bundling it with merit based immigration and no chain migration and no birth citizenship.

      Supreme Court set this up by their last decision, time for them to eat their decision without Ketchup.

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  34. MVW says:

    President Trump is giving a news conference. I hope no reporter is allowed. I am tired of the enemies of America given free pot shots at us from behind the illusion of rights of Americans – American Patriots are censored by Foreign and Globalist / Communist owned corporations.

    These demons don’t ask questions, they give fake questions which are just disguised slander and lying narratives.

    10 to 1 one of the agenda narrative fake questions will be the claim that the Republican Convention will cause massive deaths from COVID.

    I still can’t understand why Trump can’t find medical consultants that realize that prophylactic and early / pretest use of HCQ + Zinc and Ivermectin will cut China Virus deaths to near zero… EARLY use, not use after one foot in the ICU.

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  35. sunnydaze says:

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  36. Supposedly, PDJT said the Feds WILL protect Federal property. The Federal courthouse in Portland has been “under attack” for days or weeks – not sure. It appears, the Feds are not doing the job.

    Perhaps it is time to KICK ASS with prejudice against the perps – – – arrest them all. Physically “stop” those that resist. This should no longer be a game. If the perps get physically hurt – TOO BAD. I have no qualms if the Feds use lethal force if necessary to protect their own lives.

    This ain’t the tv show Jeopardy. Screw the Dems and media.

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    • Hans says:

      Hello Bill Barr.. going on for years.. federal property.. federal law.. not rocket science..

      so tell me AG Bill Barr why is it that FBI agent can’t be found.. assigned to some office on the west coast…. you know the one… he was involved in Gen Flynn original 302. There just appears so much that cannot be found.

      . i’d Guess the mask over Lady Liberty’s eyes was repurposed ..

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  37. Winston says:

    Pastor Marc Little: ‘We Are Witnessing a Marxist Takeover Supported by Members of Congress’

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  38. Nick the Deplorable says:

    Liked by 3 people

  39. David Mitchell says:

    Last time I checked, a full page ad in the NYT costs around $150k. i’d chip in a hundred bucks to send this resignation letter to them and pay to have it printed. if they refuse, then take it to a more friendly paper and have it published there, full page again, with a footnote that the NYT refused to publish it. If my math is right only need another 1,499 to sign on.

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  40. Good interview with Roger Stone on Hannity ( I know but was good) Bottom line Roger Stone would be crazy (and he and his lawyer know it ) to appeal for a NEW trial because even if win that appeal would go back to same Judge -too much of a risk to his commutation. Also Roger’s description of treatment by Mueller team /schiff and Judge’s rulings – he never had a chance and it was all a total setup- But you got to know when to hold them and when to fold them and just take the win and go home.

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  41. WeThePeople2016 says:

    I hope it is more than that. Lift the nation-wide ban. Point out false positives in tests. VA Gov. trying to shut down the state again today. He is going after the
    Hampton Roads area first threatening to take away licenses of businesses that do not comply. Northam admits in it for the long-haul that INCLUDES the Nov. election!!!!!! That is the ultimate goal.

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    • Michelle says:

      That would be great. My kid is obsessed with Tik tok so I thought she’d be upset if it was banned, but it turns out the tik tok community is already going on other websites in case TikTok is banned, and they are finding they like those websites better.

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  42. The Boss says:

    Did anyone else notice that Biden appeared drugged during the reading of his teleprompter this afternoon in Wilmington DE? Seriously, I watched the part where he was reading about carbonless electricity generation and he seemed variously amped up and calmed down. I wonder how often Biden gets a pee test?

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    • He can’t do a pee test.
      You’d have to squeeze it out of his Depends…………….

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    • Debra says:

      He is given some amph to get his energy up, that is for sure . . .

      However, whatever stimulus he gets I don’t believe is ‘good’ to either stay on for long periods or take too much of — his ‘public speaking’ has to be timed to correspond to his med schedule, IMHO.

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  43. WeThePeople2016 says:

    What the heck??

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  44. Todd says:

    The Hill reports… Trump administration rescinds foreign students rule. If your going to do something stick with it!

    Liked by 3 people

  45. listingstarboard says:

    “All of this lying, race-baiting, and violence isn’t just random chaos. This lunacy is all part of the Democrats’ plan. If you want to control people, you need to set them against each other. You need to make them afraid to say the wrong thing, and ‘the wrong thing’ can change at any moment, for any reason or no reason at all. If people can get killed for saying all lives matter, they’ll stop saying it.” – Jim Treacher Very good quote.

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  46. Nick the Deplorable says:

    Yesterday CA shutting down again is bad news DOW-500
    Today CA shutting down again is bad news DOW+500

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