July 19th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1277

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1,165 Responses to July 19th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1277

  1. Paul Cohen says:

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    • Paul Cohen says:

      The guy is a Clintonista, Brookings affiliated political hitman.

      Unravel the role of the “PSS” and how his b.s. was hyped, distorted, and protected by Steele and his Deep State handlers.

      This is BIG.

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        • Paul Cohen says:

          Igor Danchenko…. he is shutting down already, Tweets are already protected and his LinkedIn has been taken down.

          I hope the leading researchers already scoured the web before he and his Lawfare cabal could start the cleanup operations.

          (p.s. If the “Qanon” farce was worth a damn we would have had this info YEARS ago….. remember Q’ “we have it all” and all that other b.s.??? Yet, it took until July 19, 2020 for the PSS to be publicly identified, and not by Q…. that should have happened in 2017 if “Q” were worth a damn or if “Qanon” were really getting vast info from NSA databases. THis is just another reminder that Q IS A HOAX.)

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          • Paul Cohen says:

            Researchers, please explore Igor Danchenko and his ties not only to Christopher Steele but also various Brookings Institute (or former) such as Fiona Hill, Erica Downs, et al. There is an obvious cabal of anti-Putin pro-Hillary/Biden people there who have massive conflicts of interest when it comes to promoting the Russiagate hoax.

            ALSO, a lot of whoring for CHINA at Brookings….. Erica Downs fashions herself as an expert on China & energy, so as a paid apologist for the PRC she has had strong personal and financial interests in undermining the Trump/MAGA agenda.

            There is a real cesspool of scumbags at Brookings, now and in the past.

            https://www.ogel.org/about-author-a-z-profile.asp?key=1439

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            • Redzone says:

              Identification of Steele’s Primary Sub-source [PSS] is a huge deal! The PSS provided 90+ % of the information in the Steele Dossier.

              He is the one that said the info attributed to him in the Dossier is crap.

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              • Paul Cohen says:

                yup, virtually all of the Russiagate hoax stemmed from the Steele/PSS b.s., and the FBI knew as of Jan. 2017 (they should have known much sooner if they had done any rudimentary investigation) that PSS had disavowed the Steele dossier.

                Essentially, the Brookings whore “PSS” provided some gossip and fantasy to Steele & co., who then ginned up the whole hoax while pretending it relied upon Russian “insider” info obtained via the PSS and a “network” of sources…. which all amounted to nothing but “bar talk” by Trump hating boosters of the Hillary candidacy.

                Scandal of the CENTURY.

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            • Alex1689 says:

              Have a look at The Ukrainian Weekly, January 24, 2016. One Natalia Danchenko listed as having helped organize a relief aid event for the Orphans of the Maidan, thru the United Ukrainian American Relief Committee , New Haven fundraiser headlined by a Yale World Fellow.
              Weekly also writes up events at Brookings; features an article by David J. Kramer , now a fellow at the McCain Institute – it’s just chock full of interesting information. The Ukrainian swamp is beyond my powers to sort out. More power to those who can.
              Of course, there may be a lot of Danchenkos running around. No idea how common the name is.

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            • jeans2nd says:

              Don’t forget, Brookings is also funded by Burisma. You know, the Ukrainian energy company that paid Hunter Biden $80K a month for access the the U.S. gubmint through Daddy?

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          • WhiteBoard says:

            Q served his purpose – to gather various minds to looking deeper, and gained cover by dissapearing into a hoax and other people took the name and profited.

            its good you bash Q. its GREAT. cause just like Sessions. both are so bashed they could never lead to a defense of the coup , coming (potus ordered this, i should be let go).

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            • Paul Cohen says:

              “Q” served no good purpose and merely excited the idiots. Every competent researcher has been out doing real research and activism without reference to “Q”… meanwhile, the “Qanon” stream was full of so much b.s. as well as some real info, but wading through all the b.s to try to find nuggets of real info was not worth the trouble.

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              • HeLLINaHandbasket says:

                I look at “Q” in this light: So what if the entire thing was just some guy spreading around information, and so what if the information wasn’t 100% accurate, to think ANYONE has perfect information about EVERYTHING is a little wishful.

                The whole thing was, and is, a great way to get conspiratorial-labeled information out-there, and it spurred a new generation to spend countless hours researching, posting videos, grouping-up and coming together, now spending years talking about all of it.

                When I was much (much) younger, I considered myself plugged-in to every conspiratorial thing going. My monthly copy of Liberty Lobby’s THE SPOTLIGHT publication in the mail beginning sometime back in the late 70’s was the holy-grail of information sharing, spurring me to dig-deeper. That publication was really the only thing out there at the time, that crossed all paths of conspiracies, then everything had to be tracked-down and dug-through at the library, or whatever book someone was nice enough to share with you. We never held group meetings or had conference calls on the topic. We were lucky to have a few friends who did a little digging, but really not much elsewhere was available.

                And I never would have dreamed there’d be an entire electronic warehouse of information at my fingertips as we have now via the internet. Q has followers young and old, sure it’s a little wonky at times when they go through some twisty-jumbled-connections and I’ve seen them wrangle numbers around to make “sense” out of nonsense, connecting dots that aren’t there, but for the most part, I’ve found the information posted by itself to be pretty accurate.

                – BUT, it is undoubtedly a phenomenon that brought people together for discussion, at the very least thousands of people at once, are TALKING about what’s going on. What’s wrong with a large swath of people supporting General Flynn, and recognizing the weaponization of government, understanding how Trump is our best shot right now, seeing the evil inside the globalist party, and how it’s all centered around globalism, that our nation is being fleeced, that we finally have a President who is aware, and that none of them are afraid to say it!.

                Because for as long as I can remember, if you followed conspiracy theory, it was rare to openly speak about it, and even rarer to have everyone around you know exactly what you were talking about.

                So … because of all that, I’m willing to cut “Q” some slack for not being balls-on accurate all the time, as that pin-point accuracy is not all that important in the grand-scheme of things, I’m okay with a few folks taking the information down some crazy rabbit-holes and spinning videos off of it. In the end, I for one, am ecstatic so many folks are AT LEAST talking about all of it. Every single conspiracy theory since the beginning of time have had their share of side-liners, and that’s really okay.

                #MAGA

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              • WhiteBoard says:

                all i can say is the Q means wasnt meant for you. you are already a highly involved person.

                think of it like this. Chris wallace and all of Fox this Sunday is sying Biden never said Defund. Thats a ___ MEME to get thoughts of Biden never said defund, its propaganda. Q was a meme to get peopel thinking if Epstein life stuff – because its so radical that SLEEEPERS that dont think like you, would SAY WTF is going on , and wake up.

                Dan scavino is the master.

                Can i ask a big question? why did Mueller never ask Dr. Corsi about Q? Dr. Corsi did 1 hour a day Q talks for a year.

                Roger stone creditied his ideas of the wikileaks from ____ , well he never said, but its obvious via Corsi. why are their no testimonies mentioning Q?

                its simple- Q is a FRAUD NOW.

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                • HeLLINaHandbasket says:

                  @WhiteBoard > Oh it was talked about, but it was talked about in the form of “Shocking TV talkshows”, and little blips on TV and local newspapers – before 24hr “news” really caught on.
                  Geraldo Rivera, Oprah, Phil Donahue, Morton Downey Jr, Sally Jesse Raphael (to name a few) used to do entire segments of their TV talkshows on the topic, as well as satanic cults, and other related topics. But, it was viewed by the general public as shocking and rare, the seedy-side of town where all the unwashed women walked the streets, the general public held that type of mentality.

                  Then, all of a sudden, right around the time Clinton was in his 1st term, all these shows STOPPED having episodes on these “shocking” topics. Geraldo had done an “in-depth” look into Boys Town Nebraska shenanigans of the 80’s (have you heard of that, might want to look into it), and a United Kingdom investigative production was pulled without airing (still available on youtube, titled “conspiracy of silence”). What you believe was never spoken of, is inaccurate. It WAS spoken of, and then it was silenced, and the general public had no idea.

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          • WhiteBoard says:

            You didnt listen when Snowden had it.

            so how hard to military digital warriors have to work to light the fuse.

            Q is a Hoax NOW – linking trump to is is a no no

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            • HeLLINaHandbasket says:

              @WhiteBoard> I agree, the Q phenomenon DID absolutely light a fuse, but there are a lot of folks who just can’t allow somebody else to be seen as the one lighting it. Not sure why really.

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              • Paul Cohen says:

                “a lot of folks who just can’t allow somebody else to be seen as the one lighting it”

                There are a lot of folks like me who detest dishonest propaganda, whatever the source(s) and even if noble motivations are claimed. Claiming a noble end justifies all dishonest means is not new, and is not different in principle from so many on the left.

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                • HeLLINaHandbasket says:

                  The word “dishonesty” on this topic, is really not the descriptive word I would use. I don’t think those following the Q stuff are “dishonest”, but instead they are taking what they see, and bringing it to their own level of knowledge through either research, or word of mouth, or theory, or conjecture, or all of those things. Usually, I find those who criticize the Q-crew, don’t actually see/hear what’s posted from that group – it’s pure speculation that they’re all nutz.
                  I’m not on the Q boards… meaning I don’t post content or comment, but I have read an extensive amount and have yet to see outright dishonesty or anything of a nefarious act, and when I have seen the wayward post of wrangling info into something it’s not, it’s easy for me to chalk-it-up-to lack of knowledge.
                  As I said in my original comment-reply, conspiracy theories are full of all sorts of minds, some will actually put the foil on their head … but most will not. To not recognize the reality that tin-foil-hats exist in EVERY conspiracy theory or group (including all of us here riding with Sundance), is a little naive, and also a little selfish to believe only one “group” has ownership of of this.
                  MORAL: Don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater as you’re judging him by the cover of the book he’s reading. …ha! 😉

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          • Robert Smith says:

            Well, nobody else identified him either.

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            • WhiteBoard says:

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            • Paul Cohen says:

              irrelevant, “Q” is the one who claimed “we have it all” in some world historic utilization of NSA databases, military intel, senior Trump admin., Sessions-Mueller-Rosenweasel-Huber etc etc. etc.

              If “Q” were not a fraud we never would have been put through the past 3 1/2 years of hell.

              Oh sure, it is always possible to pile new layers of “why Q is waiting so long” upon everything that is gone before…. it’s all some Master Plan that could not be implemented before Summer 2020 or whatever. The 2018 “midterms are safe” proved to be a fiasco, but ofc then Q started saying “the Senate was the goal” which was total b.s. As though MAGA nation needed the Democraps to take over the House and pursue the Impeachment Hoax…. There is always a new explanation, but Qanon is b.s.

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            • Paul Cohen says:

              “Well, nobody else identified him either”

              rofl, irrelevant comparison, nobody else claimed to be a world-historical research-action operation with total access to NSA databases, military intel, DOJ, FBI, senior Trump admin. sources, etc.

              The question is not why didn’t someone else succeed sooner, it is “Why did Q/Qanon fail so completely for 3 1/2 years?”

              Answer: because “Q” is an internet hoax with no special access to intel. Q merely repackages and regurgitates whatever he/they can find on the internet, incorporating lots of fantasy and delusion along with certain amounts of legitimate info.

              The problem is, when so much garbage is infused into the legitimate info stream, it does not really benefit anyone except (1) people grifting off the Q-team; (2) grifters within the Q-team; and (3) assorted other fakers and poseurs.

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        • Perot Conservative says:

          I found this at some company site called duco.

          “Igor Danchenko is a Washington, D.C.-based analyst. *** A Russia-trained lawyer*** with U.S. advanced degrees in political science and regional studies – University of Louisville and Georgetown University, he has extensive oil and construction industry, academia, due diligence, research and analysis experience. His focus is on Russia and Eurasia. He has worked on some two hundred cases related to this region in the past seven years. …”

          BTW, he supposedly co-authored a paper with Fiona Hill and a 3rd woman who claimed to be a former CIA analyst.

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        • Perot Conservative says:

          Be careful, Igor is a common name, just like Vlad.

          Funny, in a Facebook post from 2018 he makes comments on some list of names, and a friend replies “that was copied from Forbes”.

          https://m.facebook.com/profile.php?id=571738146

          He likes traveling to Florida.

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          • OhNoYouDont says:

            Igor Danchenko
            New Orleans, LA USA

            Multi-skilled professional in Russian and Eurasian politics and economics with degrees in Russian law, political science and regional studies and extensive work experience in industry in Russia and Iran, and research and analysis, incl. 5 years at the Brookings Institution in Washington, DC; multiple consulting projects and media appearances.

            EDUCATION
            Georgetown University
            University of Louisville
            Pennsylvania State University

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      • Jimmy Jack says:

        Looking at the name Goodrich at UT Austin I’m guessing some of the deep state handlers are Bush/Rove cabal.

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    • wxobserver says:

      Another photo here…appears to be the correct guy:

      https://www.ducoexperts.com/users/igor

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      Looking at the thread I noticed two things. One, travel to Iran. Why are there so many Iran connections???? Lisa Page, Strzok, Strzok senior, a Obama’s Iran deal, Valerie Jarrett, Kerry’s daughter etc etc.

      Two. Goodrich is UT Austin. That’s Bush/Rove territory. Has to be Bush involvement somewhere.

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    • OhNoYouDont says:

      New day, new $64,000 question:

      Did @SergeiMillian ever receive any emails from Igor Danchenko
      _____

      I got two emails from this guy, one on July 21 & another one on August 18, 2016 where he asked for a meeting in DC or NYC. He was looking for my expertise on a real estate project in Russia. I ignored his approach & never met him. The fake call about
      @carterwpage
      , T, M is a lie.

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      • WhiteBoard says:

        UH OH! but remember – your enemy knows you read TWEETs. knows how to dress up something to have you think WOW.

        Who is Ed? Who is Ed. B.
        holy shit GOOOGLE deleted any reference to this name after exposing last night.

        roscoe davis even pointed him out and its gone.

        am i saying his name wrnog? is this really happening?

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        • WhiteBoard says:

          Segei Millian has been outed as a primary source (misleadingly possibly) where he may only of been Source D – or 6. Him and Roscoe Davis (along with other Treepers) that
          “Baumgartner is either a Primary Sub-Source as pointed out by Mr Columbo or the person in the bar”

          At present there is no doubt that Baumgartner is either a Primary Sub-Source as pointed out by Mr Columbo or the person in the bar, Primary SS talked to about Page, Manaford and pee pee tape‼️ I’m 100% certain this how it will play out. https://t.co/U1eTeoDGmq

          — MILLIAN (@SergeiMillian) July 17, 2020

          THE INTERNET IS ERASING STATUE FACTS – save this – if you forget it you die

          Ed Baumgartner

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          Ed Baumgartner

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    • AnonymousIAm says:

      It pains me that so many people don’t understand how horrible Black Lives Matter really is and that rejecting BLM now means you are a racist.

      The video link below was a video shared publicly on Facebook. A local hair salon owner has a BLM matters sign up in her window. An 82 year old elderly man, Trump supporter with a MAGA hat (revealed in the comments) banged on her window and told her and one of her stylists (who happened to be black) that they should be ashamed of themselves (I believe because of the BLM sign). The man is the patriarch of a prominent town family in the town of Herndon, Virginia and a former art teacher. Now she has “outed” him on FB and is rounding up a brownshirt posse to spread the idea in the community that he is an awful racist. Tell me from the video, if it sounds like he said anything racist?

      I don’t know this man at all but my sense is he was upset about the BLM sign because he was aware of the nature of the BLM organization and was not calling the black hairdresser a disgrace. No one questioned the racism narrative in the comments. Many of the commenters are of good will but completely ignorant of the truth about BLM and I suspect if one were to say anything, you would be labeled a racist as well.

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      • Jimmy Jack says:

        I think Southerners have been a punching bag for so long, maligned as ignorant throwback racist trash for so long that no one questions a Southerner accused of racism – especially an older white man.

        Aside from the historical reasons for this, I believe there is a strong interest in continuing to attack Southerners because as a region it operates culturally & politically as a block. It has a a history of distrust of the federal government and celebrates freedom and opposition to tyranny. The South has always had a martial spirit and has provided the best soldiers & marksmen to the US military since before the American Revolution. This is why they attacked the Confederate flag so vociferously – it’s a symbol of southerners refusal to accept tyranny and to have a distinct southern culture.

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        • AnonymousIAm says:

          I agree with what you say and I suspect this contributes in this case. Now this guy’s final years will be tarnished by this defamation, just because he spoke up against a Marxist, America hating organization.

          I’m Northern born but have lived in the South for the better part of my adult life. Many of the people I know who have spent their entire lives in the North, believe they know what Southerners are all about. They have distinct prejudice that is based on total ignorance.

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          • hawkins6 says:

            She appears to be a gullible simple minded nitwit that has allowed a racist, violence prone Marxist Revolutionary movement to convince her to fight their cause for them. It’s very similar to Berliners swooning over pre-World War Hitler or the Japanese supplicating to the Emperor or Hirohito.

            I always wondered if free Americans could ever be duped like the originally supportive people of Fascist and Communist nations. Now we have the answer. Yes but they are still a minority.

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      • Kenji says:

        She claims “love” … but I fail to hear anything loving in her message of hate for anyone who disagrees with her “love”. This is another pathetic use of “love” as a weapon in the culture war. The gays used “love” to insist on calling their legal unions “marriage”. They claimed it was only about “love”. Who can be against two men or women who “love” each other … therefore … you MUST allow us to call it “marriage”. And then the gay community went out and sued a Christian Baker for failing to accept their “love”. They viciously RUINED the Christian Baker’s life and business. Yeah … “love”. Right?

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        • AnonymousIAm says:

          You got it. She seems like a most hateful woman. Wouldn’t let her get near me with any hair shears.

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          • annieoakley says:

            I see these signs: We believe: Black Lives Matter. Underneath the BLM statement is something like :We believe in Love then a bunch of other words about LOVE. These signs are all over certain neighborhoods in Northern Colorado front range. They aren’t hand lettered but at first glance seem almost homemade. Yard signs stuck close to the house or by a mailbox where they can be read from cars passing by on the street. Not sure what they signify but I do wish there weren’t so many. Seems to be an invitation almost but to do what? Hippie dippie peace and love? $350,000 dollar homes in a suburb/college town.

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            • YO says:

              We have them here in Delaware too.

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            • AnonymousIAm says:

              It’s love, not. This “love filled” woman has shared her defamatory video in multiple local community groups…..this is the opposite of love…..I can’t imagine this 82 year old man in any way deserves this type of attack. This awful woman is without compassion.

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        • decisiontime16 says:

          My neighbor across the street had a sign in her yard for the longest time…”Love Reigns Here” That along with any democrat candidate sign.
          Leftists like her are true believers.

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          • AnonymousIAm says:

            Here they put out the signs that say “Hate Has No Home Here”. What that really means is no Trump supporters welcome. 😡

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          • Judith says:

            My favorite one is “One Human Family.” As if people could ever be anything else. (But with these alphabet gender types, I guess you never know..).

            Yes.. YES, we are all human beings! I’m glad that’s settled then.

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      • WhiteBoard says:

        the employee wasnt black – the owner called her blakc cause she sees them as second hand citizens.

        she was an american and is a disgrace for supporting a Poltical organization that doenst let all people help blacks. only progressive dems.

        shame on tht ugly racist terrible hair cuttting loser. look at her hair, she just destroyed her business.

        Keep Fcking calling americans black you racist piece of shit! keeping pointing out black skin you racist piece of shit. F your business and you.

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        • AnonymousIAm says:

          Thank you! People like this salon owner are the ones obsessed with race. Many blacks don’t support BLM…are they racists too? Or does she speak better for them than they can speak for themselves.

          We so need to get back to the colorblind ideas of MLK instead of this obsession with racism!

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      • hawkins6 says:

        Linking BLM with love and justice for ALL is the epitome of ignorance and totally destroys her specious, supercilious attempt to destroy the elderly gent.

        She begins her one sided monologue with “Let’s Talk.” Did they ever actually have a discussion with the elderly gent or was she just injecting her suppositions?

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        • AnonymousIAm says:

          I think she made up her little mind about what he was all about due to his Maga hat….she seems set to spread her “loving” message far and wide. If only someone gave her her own treatment and made a mocking example of her as the hater she is. Never happens though.

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      • JCM800 says:

        Translation: “and shame on all those other White Men who called me Porky”

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      I feel incredibly sorry for NYPD. What a disaster they have on their hands and they are being attacked from all angles.

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    • hawkins6 says:

      BLM Madness and Marxist ignorance on full display with an occasional voice of reason opposing it.

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    • All Too Much says:

      Push back.
      Don’t give an inch.

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  2. WhiteBoard says:

    FYI – People ARE ALREADY INFECTED if they are EVER going to get it.

    so Testing is merely showing the canvas of America infected (even though the test also picks up colds).

    Testing and reporting cases is a ‘You get the LOW IQ AWARD’.

    if a thousand people are potentially infected in your auditorium. and you test 100 an hour. You can report 80-100 infections every hour for 10 hours. – or change it to months and increase the volume – thousand infections every month.

    what you should say – we have 8000 infected with a single test of the entire auditorium at once.

    HOAX is not the virus. Hoax is the Experts that a Knowlingly provding LOW IQ people info to give them STRONG WRONG Opinions.

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    • I’m ready to move to South Dakota! This Governor has some serious smarts!

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      • icthematrix says:

        She is THE rising star among Republicans. Smart, conservative, shooter, rural background, courageous and gorgeous.

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        • Certainly checks all my boxes!

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        • oldersoul says:

          You just described Sarah Palin.

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          • thedoc00 says:

            Nope. Sarah ran out on Alaska after election. She needed to finish her term and then move on to other endeavors. Also, she is not near as smart as this governor.

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        • starfcker says:

          No knock against Kristi Noem. But she’s really sheltered in her current job. Running a small state without any significant urban minority population and a boatload of income from the oil industry, all completely sheltered from the national media does not necessarily prepare her for the big time. They ate Sarah Palin alive, and Sarah is no dummy either. National politics is bloodsport, the opposition has been accumulating weaponry and troops for three decades. Do you think Christino could stand up to the withering fire that’s been aimed at Donald Trump? She’d be roadkill in a week.

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          • starfcker says:

            Christino? Spell check doess some weird stuff. Kristi.

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          • Robert Smith says:

            Palin got viciously attacked from all angles. It’s easy for outside people to say she should fight, but she does not have endless resources. As we can see with Trump, they’ll eventually aim to put you in jail.

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            • TPW says:

              Thinking back to that campaign McCain ran….it was a ruse….Obama was to win….Media went crazy when Palin sparked real enthusiasm for the McCain ticket…msm had to destroy her….reason why McCain turned on her.

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        • MitchRyderDetroitWheels says:

          Truth is she doesn’t have to move the needle very far with the current crop of republicans. She has an easy path before her to get to the top.

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      • Ken Lawson says:

        Yes, she seems good but what about their other state and federal legislators. Are they as good or is she unique? I’ve yet to see a state have it all together, especially long term.

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      • Ozark says:

        She is a whole lot better than Nikki Haley that is for sure.

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      • petszmom says:

        South D for summer and Georgia (Kemp) for the winter. Abbott is quickly turning Texas into a sh*thole. His current task is sending a naval force to the Texas border to help with the kungflu issue. Never does this moron think maybe, just maybe the inflow of illegals, nationals, cartel thugs could be the issue. Stopping them would hurt his democrat puppeteers.

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  3. Jason Ross says:

    https://www.cnn.com/world/live-news/coronavirus-pandemic-07-19-20-intl/h_f102eed09a67b823d0cf1889950ed9da

    POTUS had an interview with Chris Wallace where he took issue with the pundits claim that the U.S. has the seventh highest fatality rate in the world.

    The CNN summary is nonsensical … if Trump had access to a larger list of countries that alone would not move the U.S. ranking.

    The BNO news aggregate shows 59 countries with a higher rate than 3.69 percent which is where the U.S. stands this morning. Theme the facts.

    Glad POTUS stood his ground!

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  4. delighteddeplorable says:

    Interesting graffiti in Irvine, CA this morning. Tagged on a wall outside a residential neighborhood:

    COVID 19 IS A LIE!

    For context, there’s never, ever graffiti in Irvine and we’re smack in the middle of WuFlu derangement to an unbelievable extent. Anecdotal, yes, and still very exciting. A small glimmer of sanity, I’ll take it.

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  5. As Georgia goes, the rest of the country has already been there.
    Except! there are only 49 hospitalizations reported in Georgia today!
    Trending down from 300 in one day.
    I hope the rest of the states will follow Georgia’s lead, for at least one time.
    Governor Brian Kemp is looking wise and
    Atlanta Mayer Bottoms is not looking like VP material.

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  6. burnett044 says:

    For those that want an update on Bevelyn after the painting over blm ..in NY..

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    • plumnelly1 says:

      She has an important message. Watch it

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      • wondering999 says:

        She says; “You got to stand, you got to rise up while you still have your freedoms.”

        35 police in NYC resign and leave every day, and they are not being replaced.

        Mayor DiBlasio has 28 police guarding the BLM mural in front of Trump Tower. It’s a political statement. BLM murals in Harlem are not guarded, and neither is the community; it’s not about “black lives” it’s about politics. And most of BLM, are white liberals with a few “token” blacks.

        Also — be cautious. The GoFundMes have not contacted her.
        They don’t ask for money, the Lord provides (and their webpage has crashed, but when it’s working you can donate if you feel moved to do so)

        They didn’t get paid to do this. They did it for free, and they’ll keep doing it for free. They’ve been doing the work of the Lord for years, feeding the poor, going into crackhouses. Jesus matters, Nothing else matters, until Jesus matters.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      Thank you burnetto. This lady is a gem. May she be surrounded by protective angels.

      Liked by 6 people

  7. One Voice says:

    It’s like the DNC strategized how can we push COVID measures on the greatest number of Trump supporters. Let’s target Walmart. Call up the CEO and there you go. It is purely political to hurt Pres. Trump in November, otherwise, why would Walmart not require masks in Canada.

    Liked by 7 people

  8. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Liked by 10 people

    • sunnyflower5 says:

      Normally -social distancing is observed at voting stations. Few people allowed in to vote at a time, privacy partitions, and physical space.
      They have no real argument.

      Liked by 10 people

      • trapper says:

        Exactly. it has always been spread out and distanced so no one can see how you are voting. And a longer, distanced line outside doesn’t make your wait time any longer or shorter. It just means you spend part of your wait time on THIS sidewalk square instead of THAT sidewalk square.

        Liked by 3 people

    • FofBW says:

      Let the snow flakes stay home and we Deplorables will show up at the polls.

      Liked by 13 people

    • thedoc00 says:

      Unless you municipality has recently and purposely closed polls to suppress voters with lines as well as pack them with people, I have yet to go to the polls where social distancing is/was practiced by default because there were NOT that many people at the polls. The traffic flow is never that high.

      I have been voting in the city of Allen, TX for over 30 years. Over crowding at the polls is utter BS.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Debra says:

      Tiffthis mentioned schools staying closed as a means to suppress voter turn-out (and increase the ‘need’ for mail-in ballots) as many polling places are at schools . . .

      Things that make you go ‘hmmmmm’.

      Liked by 1 person

  9. sunnyflower5 says:

    She looks insane.

    Liked by 10 people

  10. Galahad says:

    I have a feeling this could be the week

    Liked by 5 people

  11. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Liked by 12 people

  12. nimrodman says:

    Don’t hold the wrong opinion at work
    Or if you do hold one, don’t voice it

    Cisco Fires Employees That Question Black Lives Matter During Company-Wide Racism Discussion
    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/cisco-fires-employees-question-black-lives-matter-during-company-wide-racism-discussion

    Liked by 4 people

    • FofBW says:

      Marxists style!

      Liked by 1 person

    • JCM800 says:

      They don’t want Equality, They want Preferential Treatment.
      Thousand of Black on White Threats and Acts of Hostility are not taken to HR and Management because it’s in the Corporations best interest to avoid Discrimination Litigation. So, they consider the reporting Employee the problem. In other words, shut up and take it or be released for creating a hostile work environment.

      Liked by 1 person

    • JCM800 says:

      Comment from your link:
      “Under no circumstance should a white straight male participate in these “dialogues”. Respectfully decline. You have NOTHING to gain by involving yourself. Everything you say is wrong. And “dialogue” means opportunity for them to lecture you. And don’t buy this “active listening is participating” trope. Nothing to gain”

      The Tyranny of Political Correctness.
      This is how debt can contribute to the crush of Liberty and Freedom of Speech.

      Liked by 1 person

    • WSB says:

      Maybe call Lin Wood. It is one thing if you are working in a work at will state, but this screams of a class action discrimination suit, IMHO.

      Liked by 2 people

  13. islandpalmtrees says:

    i want to remind all Americans, Google is collaborating with China,listen to the video below – this is key.

    KEY – because the CIA funded the creation of Google and because Google is protected by a law passed by Congress. But, this is not the end since Google feeds your information to the NSA database. This is not speculation, but based on facts.

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/07/chinese-communists-told-nba-join-taliban-nba-say-line-sen-kennedy-dunks-nba-brass-video/

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  14. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Wow.

    Liked by 18 people

  15. bkrg2 says:

    The seditious idiots in this country are beginning to move into the next wave of insanity – beyond lockdowns, masks, school shutdowns… next is vaccines.

    Be on the lookout for MSM to spread the fake news that vaccines won’t work or they will make you catch the virus, or will be “racists” by not helping minorities. Anything to keep the FEAR at insanity levels!

    Liked by 1 person

    • Dave Radetsky says:

      Early versions of vaccines often have problems. I’ve had many vaccines in my lifetime and many worked but in the last 20 years every flu vaccine I’ve gotten has not. Be cautious and don’t trust someone just because they’re a doctor. I’ve worked with many doctors for decades and as I’ve gotten to know them I have come to conclude that there only a few I’d trust.

      Liked by 3 people

    • auscitizenmom says:

      I think you have it backwards. The MSM will be touting the fact that we must all be vaccinated or die.

      Liked by 2 people

      • 7delta says:

        Agree, Auscitizenmom. The narrative will be mandatory vaccines. The mask worshipers are already there. They rove in gangs, dismiss science, claim media narrative is “settled science” and YOU must wear a mask to protect THEM. To doubt the efficacy of a vaccine is completely contrary to “the narrative.”  No way. If CNN told them they must drink the blood of non-mask wearers to be safe from Covid-19, they would go full vampire in Walmart.

        Liked by 1 person

        • auscitizenmom says:

          I am seeing ads on TV showing wearing masks at the beach. LOL

          Liked by 1 person

          • 7delta says:

            Yesterday, I saw people out walking alone in the neighborhood wearing masks. It was almost a 100 degrees, with humidity so thick it would spread like butter on toast. I controlled myself…but the hose was handy in case anybody passed out from heat exhaustion and low O2.  Bless their hearts. Common sense has a higher mortality rate than Covid.

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    • Joemama says:

      There is no need for a covid-19 vaccine. The death rate doesn’t warrant one. The vaccine may end up killing more people than the disease.

      Hydroxychloroquine + zinc works extremely well, probably better than a vaccine and costs far less. There is ZERO need for a vaccine.

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  16. Eric says:

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  17. islandpalmtrees says:

    Google, CIA and China are linked to our government through the NSA Database.

    Attorney General Bill Barr Slams the CCP, Says China Secretly Coercing US Business Leaders (VIDEO)
    By Cristina Laila
    Published July 16, 2020

    US Attorney General Bill Barr on Thursday delivered a speech on China policy at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum.

    Barr slammed the CCP and said China is secretly coercing and pressuring US business leaders.

    “The CCP has long used public threats of retaliation and barred market access to exert influence,” Barr said. “More recently, however, the CCP has also stepped up behind the scenes efforts to cultivate and coerce American business executives to further its political objectives.”

    Barr continued, “Efforts that are all the more pernicious because they are largely hidden from public view.”

    Barr said this presents a significant threat because “hiding behind American voices allows the Chinese government to elevate its influence campaigns and put a friendly face on its pro-regime policies.”

    Barr also called out universities in the US that take money from China and kowtow to the CCP by silencing speech or canceling events on topics considered “controversial by Beijing.”

    ***http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/07/attorney-general-bill-barr-slams-ccp-says-china-secretly-pressuring-us-business-leaders-video/

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    • Free Speech says:

      Bet you a donut the CCP is behind all these ‘woke’ corporate stances supporting BLM. BLM’s doctrines are Maoist to the bone. CCP trying to destabilize us by pushing racial division.

      Liked by 5 people

    • jeans2nd says:

      AG Barr’s best line imo was left out of the write-up –
      “We want to trade and the CCP wants to raid.”
      AG Barr left out no one. Hollywood and the NBA’s takedowns were brutal.

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  18. Jim Smith says:

    Write AG Barr, your Senators and representatives.
    DEMAND ACTION!

    Dear Senator –

    Recent declassified information has made it clear that many people in our FBI, DOJ and the Special Council’s office were involved in a plot to overthrow the duly elected President of the United States.
    WE KNOW!
    It is time to hold these treasonous coup plotters to account for their crimes.

    We will accept nothing less!
    Do you duty to uphold the law.

    Liked by 6 people

  19. WhiteBoard says:

    Once we have maximized the SSA Brian Dugan Bravery.

    Could we revisit How HIllary’s emails got on another person’s laptop? and revisit if thats okay?

    Liked by 2 people

  20. Redzone says:

    While following up on comments here on CTH, I stumbled across this:

    Undercover Huber
    @JohnWHuber
    ·
    Jun 5
    Some news: I’m working on a Trump/Russia project and so posts will be less frequent for a while. Also I’ll likely skip commenting on the protests/riots, as there are better people to follow for that. Stay tuned.

    “Alliance of Allies?”

    Liked by 6 people

    • TarsTarkas says:

      He may have been very wrong about the other Huber but he has always made sense to me. Wouldn’t surprise me if there is coordination going on. It is needed by people who can perform take downs way above my weight class or ability.

      SD STAY SAFE!

      Liked by 1 person

    • Perot Conservative says:

      I had the same thought / hope. Everybody needs a second (and 3rd) set of eyes. Difficult to edit one’s own work.

      Liked by 1 person

    • The suspense is killing me, but the suspense is killing the perps even more!
      I am sleeping, the conspirators, not so much.

      Liked by 1 person

    • WSB says:

      Looks like SD teamed up with Undercover Huber and the ‘Patriot Alliance’.

      May God bless them.

      Many of us are stoic but urgently waiting for a command. Note to all…we are here for any of your needs.

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  21. sunnyflower5 says:

    Liked by 3 people

    • Is it a crime to turn in fraudulent data?
      Will we see a sudden drop like in Georgia, when the data is no longer filtered through the CDC?

      Liked by 2 people

    • wondering999 says:

      I’m looking for something I saw elsewhere and couldn’t copy… a document from Nueces County that said all these infant “positive” tests were cumulative since March.

      Also, since in Africa, goats and pawpaw fruits also test positive for Covid, what is the significance of this “testing positive”? Is it like testing positive for “cooties” in first grade?

      ““We currently have 85 babies under the age of one year in Nueces County that have all tested positive for COVID-19,” said Annette Rodriguez, director of public health for Corpus Christi Nueces County.

      “These babies have not even had their first birthday yet. Please help us stop the spread of this disease.”

      “She did not provide additional details on their conditions.” Yep, but if the “positive for Covid” babies are asymptomatic, that would be important to know

      Liked by 1 person

      • Landslide says:

        Well, since the CDC said that the Wuhan virus test results look alot like the common cold, I’m guessing they have a cold. And who tests babies anyway??? Must be free clinics.

        As for the CDC link, I’ll have to go find it. But I read it.

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  22. Paul Cohen says:

    Important further confirmation of PSS identity from Sergei Millian !!

    PSS contacted Millian twice by email in summer 2016 trying to set up a meeting. Connects with info in FBI’s debrief document on PSS:

    Liked by 2 people

    • All Too Much says:

      I put Danchenko into the CTH search window and learned the name is not in the CTH archives. “Sub-source”, of course, returns earlier articles, but again, no Danchenko.
      Just thought it was interesting. Maybe it’s operator, me, error.

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  23. I Hear You Now says:

    TEXAS – Gov Abbott – Covid – A day after he warned that a statewide shutdown could be in the cards if people didn’t start wearing masks,

    Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has now stated that there are no plans for such a shutdown.

    https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-07-19-abbott-says-texas-shutdown-not-necessary.html

    Liked by 2 people

    • He may have seen the trend in Georgia down from 300 hospitalizations to 49 in one day.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Blue Wildflower says:

      Since Abbott decided to force Texans to wear masks I have not seen one positive comment about him. I think his time in Texas politics is over.

      Liked by 3 people

      • JCM800 says:

        https://www.texasgop.org/constitutional-carry/

        “Constitutional Carry

        Understand the Issue
        “Pass constitutional carry while maintaining licensing as optional for reciprocity purposes. ”

        — Republican Party of Texas legislative priority

        The Problem
        Texas, unlike a majority of the states, requires a permit for legally-owned handguns to be carried outside of limited areas such as one’s home and vehicle.
        Criminals do not follow the law. The permit requirement disarms their victims.
        Based on evidence from other states, a permit requirement does not make people safer.
        The Solution
        Anyone who legally possesses a handgun should be able to carry it, open or concealed, without a permit.
        Texas should join the growing number of states who recognize constitutional carry, meaning that the constitution is our permit to carry.”

        Abbot, Patrick and the rest, should get behind this %110 or be replaced.

        “If violent crime is to be curbed, it is only the intended victim who can do it. The felon does not fear the police, and he fears neither judge nor jury. Therefore what he must be taught to fear is his victim.”
        Jeff Cooper

        Liked by 2 people

  24. I’ll just leave this here..
    (MUST WATCH)..

    Liked by 4 people

  25. burnett044 says:

    Diamond and Silk…exposes more covid crap…interview with NY front line nurse.

    Liked by 6 people

    • wondering999 says:

      SO GRATEFUL to Diamond and Silk for interviewing Nurse Olcwewski. The original video I saw with this nurse’s evidence from Elmhurst was over an hour long. Not many people are willing to take the time, but more need to be aware of this — as the nurse says, it could be you, it could be your mother or father or brother or son.

      She points out that the waiver did not cover “Gross Negligence” which is part of what happened.

      I really liked what they said at the end: “See something, say something. We are Americans. We are better than this”.

      Liked by 3 people

      • wondering999 says:

        Nurse Olczewski mentions that the FEMA agency was paying them $10,000 per week, and for the first three days, even though she was ready to hit the ground running just like she had while in the Army, she sat in her hotel for three days, getting paid, but no work. There were many other nurses in the same situation.

        She speculates that the high pay may have functioned as “hush money” in a way, because people being paid that much didn’t want to be whistleblowers even though they saw incredible mismanagement.

        Erin had had no patient deaths in Florida at the hospital where she had treated Covid patients. At Elmhurst, in contrast, she had no patients who lived. The doctors/fellows were expressly denied permission to use hydroxychloroquine plus zinc, which had worked 100% with patients in Florida. If they had used hydroxychloroquine plus zinc in NY, they could have been sued! or lost their license. Unbelievable yet true

        Liked by 2 people

      • wondering999 says:

        Another thing brought out in this video is that homeless people were brought to the emergency, dosed with Haldol and then put onto ventilators (where they died).

        I still don’t understand how Nashville rounded up their homeless population and put them into a camp against their will. One person escaped, which caused a ruckus. There has been no followup on this.

        If you think you are better than the average German of the 1930s, think again, and if you intend to rise up, better do so. We will all face our maker sooner or later — with our integrity intact, or without it because we were afraid. I’m afraid, to be honest. But we must stand up

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      • WSB says:

        Yes, I saw her original video. It was excellent.

        Liked by 1 person

    • WSB says:

      This is excellent.

      Liked by 1 person

  26. Ausonius says:

    RINO Nanny-Stater Governor DeWine of Ohio tests the waters for taking the state backward, complete state mask threat, other restrictions: facts about the death rate being 0.0027 as of a day or so ago do not matter.

    “It’s occurring in bars,” DeWine said. “It’s occurring in churches. It’s occurring from people who have traveled out of state. But a lot of it, frankly, is just people in casual settings: 20, 30, 40, 50 people gathering together. So it’s not all about orders. Orders are important. But it’s also about getting people to understand this is very, very serious. Now, while we did a great job early on in Ohio, we are now headed in the wrong direction. Frankly, I’m very, very concerned about that. We’re going to move ahead with orders. You’re going to see more orders from us this week, but I again want to emphasize it’s not all about orders. You’ve got to get people to come along with you as you do this.”

    “IT” apparently means transmitting the disease, but we note the complete lack of evidence that travelers, church-goers, etc. are in fact transmitting the disease, the complete ignorance that the hospitals are not crowded, that many counties have a literal handful of deaths, etc.

    See:

    https://www.wkyc.com/

    Liked by 3 people

    • jeans2nd says:

      Gee Ausonius, it’s almost like Republican DeWine is working from the Socialist democrat Progressive’s handbook.
      Ohio is not the home of the Uniparty for nothing.

      Liked by 2 people

  27. WhiteBoard says:

    extramarital affair of Mayor or Portland announced this week!

    ITS TIME TO ROCK THEM – NEW RULE

    We Win They Lose. we are GD tired of selfish blackmailed LOSERs protecting themselves and not this country! REPEAT THIS

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  28. minnesotamike55 says:

    Our President needs to call out more blue state governors! In MN our dear leader Walz is negotiating with the senate republican leader about a mask mandate. Think about that. It’s so important to force masks that you negotiate for it? Walz is willing to give up the 50% capacity of people allowed in retail, restaurants, etc, in exchange for republican support of masks.

    Do you see what is happening here? Social distance out the window if we wear masks. If that was the solution, why the F did they shut everything down causing untold misery? Why didn’t they just force masks with no distancing back then? Because they don’t know what the hell they are doing and simply look at the politics. Even our own U of M Center for Infectious Disease and Research Policy says casual masks are ineffective and should not replace social distancing!

    By pushing masks now, they are in fact demonstrating their incompetence. If they claim they “didn’t know”, why did they force so many business to fail? And if they still don’t know, why would any politician force a medical device on healthy people. No politician should be practicing medicine without a license! It is an an infringement on our civil rights and just wrong!

    The CDC shows 12 weeks of declining deaths and is at the threshold of declaring covi19 no longer an epidemic, When that declaration comes, and it will, it should be shouted as loud and often as possible, and our president can claim victory as soon as those numbers stabilize.

    Done!

    Liked by 3 people

  29. Sherri Young says:

    In case anyone is unaware, the Texas GOP convention is a train wreck. Sylvester Turner had it canceled on rather short notice. That forced the meetings online. There are locations around the state where some of the convention delegates have gathered to meet. I had to leave my meeting because the facility’s wifi could not accommodate all of our devices so that we could vote using our unique identifiers. When I came back to my house, all was well for me for the rest of the session.

    Friday was called off for technical difficulties.

    Saturday took forever for the credentialing issues.

    Today, our 1230 session is yet to get fully underway. It appears that we have been hacked. Somebody entered the chat using George W Bush’s name. All 6,000+ delegates have to be re-credentialed. The vote tallies probably cannot be trusted.

    Takeaway lesson: The RNC’s national convention must be held in person, not online.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Blue Wildflower says:

      What a mess! Hope the voting in November will be trustworthy.

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      • Sherri Young says:

        November and at the RNC convention too.

        There was a woman from Texas who was hauled in and deposed by two congressional committees over a Republican platform plank position from the 2016 RNC convention.

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    • benifranlkin says:

      Good lesson. I think it is in Jacksonville. Might want to give Rona McDaniel the heads up.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Landslide says:

      THANK YOU, Sheri, for being a delegate!!!! I thought I read that a federal judge ruled on Friday that y’all COULD meet in person. (Of course, that is after days of planning for the virtual convention)

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      • Sherri Young says:

        You are correct about the federal district judge and his/her ruling.

        What happened was that Sylvester Turner (mayor) and the management company that runs the convention center decided on short notice to shut the Republican Party of Texas out of the George R Brown convention center. Houston’s current situation with coronavirus was the reason given. The Texas GOP immediately went to state district court then went to the state appellate court then to the Texas Supreme Court and lost in all of them. After the delegates had canceled out of their hotel reservations, the federal judge’s ruling came down.

        At the rate the work of the convention is moving, we won’t be through until after the November election.

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      • Sherri Young says:

        BTW, the excellent Robin Armstrong MD will be our RNC committeeman for an additional term. Dr. Armstrong is very popular and an enthusiastic Trump supporter.

        He uses HCQ in his practice even though the news media came out swinging at him from the moment his patients swallowed their first doses.

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  30. WhiteBoard says:

    I dont have any Black Friends.

    I have American Friends.

    Fck the Weather Underground and a Thousand Currents.

    Liked by 2 people

  31. sync says:

    Never thought I would say this but If you’re a young man or woman and want to join the military for career reasons, by all means, do so.

    But don’t think you are going to be “fighting for freedom”. The same people who will send you to die for some random intervention will condemn you for daring to speak a dissenting opinion. And after they condemn you, they will cancel you, shame you, fire you, throw you out, ostracize you, mock you, rat on you, make sure you are never employed, come to your house, spit in your face and vandalize your property. And who are they?….the entire democrat party, almost every university, most of corporate America, most newspapers, most of baseball, football, soccer, basketball sport franchises, google, facebook, tweeter, instagram, all of silicon valley and on and on.

    And if you go into the military, don’t volunteer for the most dangerous tasks. Let the New Heroes of the left do the heavy lifting.

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  32. JCM800 says:

    No Justice in the Justice System, when Convicted Murderers are Released.

    The BIG LIE MYSTERY FLU has indirect Victims.

    https://patch.com/illinois/rockford/coronavirus-convicted-il-murderers-among-4-000-released-inmates

    “I think some of you may know and understand, because I’ve said it many times from this podium. I want to keep the risk to people across the state as low as possible,” Pritzker said earlier this month, according to WREX. “The risk of COVID-19 and the risk from somebody who has done something wrong in their past.”

    On Monday, Cabello released a statement calling on Pritzker to stop releasing criminals from prison under the pretense of protecting them from the coronavirus.

    “JB Pritzker is jeopardizing citizens across Illinois by letting criminals out of jail,” Cabello said. “The prisoners he has released are all making their way back into our communities because the Governor clearly has no regard for the public safety of our citizens. These are not low level offenders many of them are murderers, rapists, and domestic violence offenders.”

    Remove Pritzker and all Elected Officials who release Convicted Murderers.
    Disregard any Official when they say They will protect you.
    Your Safety is Your Responsibility.

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/07/05/convicted-killer-arrested-rape-after-released-prison/

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  33. SickOfItAll says:

    Wray replaces corrupt Dana Boente with a swamper from RR’s law firm

    https://headtopics.com/us/wsj-news-exclusive-fbi-director-hires-new-top-lawyer-from-old-law-firm-14404413

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  34. sunnydaze says:

    Interesting debate between Conservatives and Liberals last year.

    Rob Smith and Bevelyn Beatty are here.

    Like

    • lcsteel says:

      The level of ignorance was to much for me to watch.

      Liked by 1 person

      • sunnydaze says:

        Too bad you couldn’t bother to listen. Rob Smith is a great speaker for Conservative principles.

        And, in general, black Conservatives and Liberals are much more respectful of each others differences of opinions than whites are- which I find interesting in and of itself. So they can actually HAVE a back and forth debate that doesn’t dissolve QUICKLY into a screaming match w/ the Cons shutting up and the Libs walking away.

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  35. rashomon says:

    How about the Michigan State U. econ department doing a forensic audit of how the CDC has been spending its money for the last 20 years. They did a bang-up job supporting Catherine Austin-Fitts’ claim that $21 TRILLION was unexplained/missing from the DoD budget. Healthcare has grown into a monstrous expenditure for American individuals and companies. We need an outside audit!

    Liked by 4 people

  36. wtd says:

    Despinning the control language of the Covid crisis:
    DON’T KNOW WHO HE IS, BUT HE’S SPEAKING THE TRUTH… *MIRRORED
    MIRRORED FROM AND ALL CREDIT TO:

    youtube.com

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  37. Jason Ross says:

    Illinois reported nearly 1,000 new Covid-19 cases and six new deaths today…. several states are uniformly showing fatality rates of about .5-.6 percent today

    Like

    • How many hospitalizations were there, I think that is the number to watch.

      Like

      • lcsteel says:

        When they count heart attack victims with a cough or sniffles as Wuhan virus patients the whole thing becomes a hoax.

        Liked by 2 people

        • WSB says:

          Yes, currently we have NO numbers that are truthful…at all.

          Liked by 1 person

          • Judith says:

            Point taken. Every death is tallied up as Covid now. How about focusing on the people who die on resplrators while testing positive? I think we can agree that is the fate that most people are desperately trying to avoid.

            Nobody really cares if they show symptoms and recover at home, definitely not enough to risk their livelihoods, in any case. So tally the most important numbers, and use them as a true gauge to assess the deadliness of this pandemic.

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            • WSB says:

              Judith, I just wish we had real numbers….we do not know the rate of cancer, heart disease, or anything else for these last four months.

              The only thing we can compare are the total deaths for four months this year compared to four months in the last five years and try to navigate through all of it.

              Will NYS fake total numbers? What if the numbers are lower this year for total deaths?

              This is beyond whacky.

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  38. convert says:

    Just read a long Twitter thread about people all over the country not daring to put any of bumper stickers or yardsigns out for any Republican because it would lead to property damage, violence, losing their job or having their business damaged. It’s really unprecedented, how nasty things have gotten, and how one-sided: I’m sure some Democrats have had yard signs stolen by some childish people on the right, but Repubs generally don’t vandalize, physically attack, try to get people fired! For being Democrats. The insane intolerance comes from one direction.

    I pray that this vicious and insane terror campaign by the Left is enraging the”silent majority” to show up like never before I n election day, especially working class men, and shock the Left and their pollsters OUT OF THEIR SHOES!

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    • Free Speech says:

      We have a lot of work to do with the 35 and under age group. A lot of younger whites are fighting battles already won on ‘racism’ like Don Quixote. In their defense, they didn’t live through these past conflicts and resolutions in society, and haven’t heard the arguments against ‘white privilege’ and ‘institutional racism’ thanks to our media and education establishment. They have no basic conceptual idea of what ‘fascism’ or ‘communism’ are and how these movements have been historically defeated and discredited by our own American system. It’s going to take a lot of careful and respectful discussion to open up many of their closed minds.

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  39. WhiteBoard says:

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  40. Henry says:

    Still support them bozos?

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  41. sync says:

    Proposition 209 (also known as the California Civil Rights Initiative or CCRI) is a California ballot proposition which, upon approval in November 1996, amended the state constitution to prohibit state governmental institutions from considering race, sex, or ethnicity, specifically in the areas of public employment, public contracting, and public education.

    So how did they do this?

    UC Berkeley led all campuses in boosting admission offers to underrepresented minorities, accepting the largest number of Black and Latino students in three decades, more than a 40% increase over last year. The increase reflects an intensified push by one of the nation’s premier public research universities to open its doors more widely to students of diverse racial, ethnic and economic backgrounds. Berkeley also admitted more students who are low-income, lack immigration status or are the first in their families to attend college.

    https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2020-07-16/latinos-uc-berkeley-diverse-class-history

    The Board of Regents voted this year to phase out SAT and ACT tests as admission requirements because they are heavily influenced by race, income and parental education level. Regents also voted to support a proposed constitutional amendment on the statewide November ballot that would repeal Proposition 209, which banned affirmative action in public education and employment. And this month, regents selected Michael V. Drake as the new UC president, the first Black leader in the system’s 152-year history.

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  42. lcsteel says:

    The head of the FBI, Christopher Wray, has hired a new general counsel named Jason Jones, who is a partner of Rod Rosenstein in the law firm King & Spalding, which also employs Sally Yates

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  43. Ausonius says:

    We need to shout to all governors trying to shut things down:

    WHERE IS THE EVIDENCE?!

    e.g. Deaths in Ohio are c. 3,000 out of c. 11,000,000 people = 0.0027%. WHY were we and other states ever shut down at all?

    See this excellent essay summarizing the power-grab:

    The current per capita (pc) death rate for COVID-19 (about 7 per 100,000 for the world and about 36 per 100,000 in the US) is far below that for both the Asian and Hong Kong flus of the 1950s and 60s both for the world and the US (both about 30 per capita for the world and 44 per capita for the US). At that time, the world population was about half of today but over 1 million people died. The US population was about 2/3rds of today but over 100,000 people died. Those pandemics did not induce lockdowns, physical distancing, masks, etc. and society and culture continued….

    …(The elderly are most susceptible) Yet, in this elderly population over 70, 70-90% who experience the disease still SURVIVE. Yes, the people most susceptible to serious disease and death actually SURVIVE more than they die.

    See:

    https://www.aier.org/article/month-four-of-the-panic-where-is-the-evidence/

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  44. sunnyflower5 says:

    https://www.kristv.com/news/coronavirus/canales-clarifies-reports-about-local-infant-covid-numbers?
    Cumulative accounting
    “On Friday, July 17, during a press conference, a spokesperson mentioned that 85 infants under the age of one had tested positive for coronavirus,” Canales said in a statement released Saturday afternoon. “This number reflects the cumulative total of positive tests for infants under the age of 1 since the beginning of testing in mid-March, which has resulted in 8171 positive test results.”
    Canales’ statement was meant to indicate the total number of infants who have tested positive throughout the pandemic.

    “However, without this context, stating this number during our press conference led many to believe that we had a sudden surge in infants under the age of one testing positive. We have NOT had a sudden surge of 85 infants testing positive.”

    One child has died in Nueces County during the pandemic. That person was brought to the hospital with unrelated symptoms and tested for COVID-19 while at the hospital. The child later died at home.The cause of death for that child still has not been determined, pending an autopsy.

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    • Landslide says:

      Thanks for bringing the article with the correction. And it says that the 1 infant death was not related to Covid.

      People running their mouths to have 5 min. of fame in front of a TV camera are a dangerous lot.

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  45. Henry says:

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