August 3rd – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1292

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590 Responses to August 3rd – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1292

  1. Data isn’t just being collected from your phone. It’s being used to score you.
    “Secret surveillance scoring places us at the precipice of the “singularity,” a dystopian turning point after which machines will make judgments about humans that will determine our fate. We either seize control of our future, or risk losing it.”
    Read the Whole Thing

    So the Tech industry is ==>in this nation<<= building something eerily similar to what Red China is building, the difference being that there it is currently government controlled, and here it is (nominally) in the control of the private sector. But how long after a Democrat takeover will it stay out of total government control?


  2. A2 says:


    China corn video stokes food security fears amid coronavirus pandemic, flooding and drought


    “ China’s state agency in charge of its strategic grain stockpiles has sparked concern over the quality of national grain reserves, particularly corn, after a local unit moved to ban all photo-taking devices from its granaries.
    The order, by the storehouse unit of the China Grain Reserves Cooperative (Sinograin) in the northern province of Heilongjiang province last week, came as the impact of the coronavirus, heavy summer flooding and record purchases from the United States have increased worries about food security in the world’s most populous country.”

    Liked by 1 person

  3. John says:

    Science teacher explains why children should wear face masks in school all day so that his YouTube video does not get banned by the censors. But do not watch this video unless you know how to read.

    Science Teacher Explains Why Children SHOULD Wear Face Masks When They Return to School 4:31

    Liked by 3 people

  4. bessie2003 says:

    This is an interesting twitter thread. Found it at the twitter site “Shannon (@Avery1776) – apparently the threader function doesn’t work with this tweet so hope this posts correctly. Basically whoever this tweeter is, seems to be in line with how Sundance is indicating we need to be the ones to pick up the ball and ride the ride of Paul Revere. At least, this was my impression:

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  5. A2 says:

    Excellent primer on the SCS👇👇👍👍

    Why is the South China Sea such a hotspot?
    Why are there so many tensions over this body of water? What is the ‘nine-dash line’? And why does it matter to Australia?


  6. Robert Smith says:

    MSNBC producer resigns from network with scathing letter: They block ‘diversity of thought’ and ‘amplify fringe voices’
    Ariana Pekary said important facts and studies about the coronavirus would ‘get buried’

    “…”This cancer risks human lives, even in the middle of a pandemic. The primary focus quickly became what Donald Trump was doing (poorly) to address the crisis, rather than the science itself. As new details have become available about antibodies, a vaccine, or how COVID actually spreads, producers still want to focus on the politics. Important facts or studies get buried,” Pekary explained. “This cancer risks our democracy, even in the middle of a presidential election. Any discussion about the election usually focuses on Donald Trump, not Joe Biden, a repeat offense from 2016 (Trump smothers out all other coverage). Also important is to ensure citizens can vote by mail this year, but I’ve watched that topic get ignored or ‘killed’ numerous times…”


  7. Publius2016 says:

    Dimms have a problem! Their “Fedex Shooter” Black Op narrative is being used to try to reclaim women…but remember 45 won “white women” from a “white woman” in 2016…45 will sweep “white women” from touchy feely Sleepy Joe

    plus, where the heck is RNC??? just play this all day everyday and the House and Senate will go 100% RED…this is the former number 2 of DNC!!!


    • sunnydaze says:

      That’s Karen Bass in there who raises no objections to Ellisons suggestion of a social worker for “comfort” rather than a cop for tracking and ARREST.

      Bass is one of the names being circulated as a Biden VP pick.

      Posted the longer YT segment of this last nite. Bass and the other woman *never* object to what Ellison says here or says a cop may be needed/warranted.


      • MustangBlues says:

        Ellison is a famous name in the slavers of South Carolina, the very rich plantation family owned a big business in slaves, over 50 at one time, and bred slaves to sell in the slave market.

        They were mulattoes, and gained money and power by their slave holdings, and Ellison, the light skin affirmative action ag benefits from White Privilege, and must pay reparations like any White Person.


    • Kay123 says:

      Sounds like Sharia Law…. rape is not a big deal to
      muzzies. A woman should be escorted at all times.

      If not escorted by a man she is a tramp. A woman
      swimming in a public pool probably will be “mauled”
      by a muzzie who feels sexual by the skimpy swim suit.

      Be prepared for a “new” lifestyle. These freeks are
      primitive ferals.
      Please God…. take me now!!

      Defunding police is like firing them in exchange for
      their own muzzie “VIGILANTE LAW.”


  8. sunnydaze says:

    So sweet, I gotta pass it around:


  9. A2 says:


    The next US-China battleground: Chinese dams on the Mekong River?

    Chinese dams on the Mekong have been blamed by some for the severe droughts suffered by downstream nations at the turn of the year

    But conflicting research by US- and Chinese-backed groups suggests a battle of narratives to frame Beijing’s relations with its Southeast Asian neighbours

    (Note: excellent review despite the editorial headline. It is not just the US who wrote a research report, but the nations that are being denied water resources by China)


  10. sunnydaze says:

    Yes! Warms my heart to see people doing this in Florida! – or anywhere of course. But since I live here…..Remove Every Democrat. Vote RED!


  11. Magabear says:

    You really have to play with words in order to make a 1.0 primetime audience share look like a respectable number. Way to go NHL (the woke version).


  12. sunnydaze says:

    Really. Can’t wait til this farce is over. More and more people waking up to it- it’ll happen!


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