August 4th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1293

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1,171 Responses to August 4th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1293

  1. realeyecandy1 says:

    I still believe that the presentation has to be done along with some arrests. Some perp walks or folks will simply not understand the depravity of what happened. I know this whole thing and it’s confusing for me. Trying to convince some DummyCrat well………………..

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    • WhiteBoard says:

      Presentations are to inform people prior to arrest to COMBAT spin.

      but I agree, without an arrest or Civil Disobedient Revolt this is just people that care getting screwed by slackers.

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  2. WeThePeople2016 says:

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    • Alligator Gar says:

      Well, we know ONE definitely was in Florida–twentysomething guy killed in a motorcycle accident. DOH here is a JOKE.

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      • Free Speech says:

        Don’t forget the 60-something year old who had a gunshot wound in FL too.

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      • the wuflu kilt george floyd, too.

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        • oldguy05 says:

          Nah. That would be the 11ng/mL of Fentanyl in his system when it’s known to be deadly at only 5ng/mL and it does decrease the respiratory rate. And that and he was stating “I can’t breathe” while he was standing on his own two feet, long before he was taken down to the ground…But it was disclosed he did have Covid so…..maybeeee:)

          BTW “I can’t breathe” is a common complaint of many cons once they are restrained even while only in handcuffs…Sets up the cops for future lawsuits….or the country for future riots

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    • UncleErnie says:

      Here is an article that looks at the CDC reporting guidelines and how they were changed, and it’s implications.
      https://childrenshealthdefense.org/news/if-covid-fatalities-were-90-2-lower-how-would-you-feel-about-schools-reopening/
      FTA:
      “The CDC has instructed hospitals, medical examiners, coroners and physicians to collect and report COVID-19 data by significantly different standards than all other infectious diseases and causes of death.

      These new and unnecessary guidelines were instituted by the CDC in private, and without open discussion among qualified professionals that are free from conflicts of interest.
      This paper will present significant evidence to support the position that if the CDC simply employed their 2003 industry standard for data collection and reporting, which has been successfully used nationwide for 17 years; the total fatalities attributed to COVID-19 would be reduced by an estimated 90.2%, and questions would be non-existent regarding schools reopening and whether or not Americans should be allowed to work.”

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      • lida rose says:

        Great link. Long, but very interesting. Thanks for posting.

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      • InAz says:

        Obamination ordered the CDC to stop testing during H1N1….. citing it’s a pandemic therefore the numbers are not important.

        Now the CDC privately changes rules…. to help the Commie Demoncraps and hurt President Trump, destroy the country.

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      • oldguy05 says:

        I have read that in the past the CDC, while finalizing their data and cleaning up their numbers on cases and deaths for things such as the seasonal flu and H1N1, have gone back and looked over deaths that “may have” been caused by those diseases and if found to meet certain criteria added them to the datasets postmortem and post outbreak.

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    • booger71 says:

      I would say half, and people who test positive without symptoms do not have the virus. We all have scores of viruses and bacteria that gets on our body that we don’t succumb or get sick from. If we did….we would all die.

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      • hoghead2 says:

        boog, um, we DO all die. The actuaries will tell you that there is a 100% chance.

        Haha, just messing with you…I know what you mean.

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      • it is up to us to build immune system to get… Daily zinc (least 15 mg),Vitamin C with bioflavonoids(1-3 gr.),Super Quercetin, Vitamin-D3,Beta-Carotene as Vitamin-A…

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        • oldguy05 says:

          I don’t know if you know this, and I’m not looking to start a thread within a thread about supplements etc…I just wanted to commend you.
          You are right on the money with the choice of Quercetin and zinc, (the others too, especially Vit C) and I’d add even other substances but that’s tmi.

          However Quercetin and zinc as well as EGCg and zinc work the same way as Hydroxychloroquine and zinc. All 3 are zinc ionophores and assist zinc through the cellular membranes far more than it can do on it’s own, and that’s where it works to stop viral replication. Inside the cells. Good choice!

          Treepers. Sorry for my prolific posting. I’ve had far more than my normal intake of caffeine today:)

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    • WSB says:

      Captain Obvious. Redfield probably does not want to be investigated again.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      Duh. Doctor “Bixie Dust” stated publicly back in April-May that “miscounting” could be as high as 25% and that was before the CDC put guidance to count everything as China Virus and put a bounty on China Virus Death Certificates.

      More than likely the number of “mistaken attributions” is well above 50% at this point.

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    • SanJac says:

      The scarf lady told us repeatedly that if you die from anything and have “COVID “ you died from COVID except for George Floyd. Doctors have told us the CDC sent out new guidelines for filling out death certificates to be filled out the same.
      We know hospitals get mega bucks with positive results and hit the jackpot when they stuff us on ventilators to kill us off and this jack wagon is just now coming and admitting this ?

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    • Justin Green says:

      What an asshat? Okay. I try to be so respectful of this site and cognizant that I’m posting under my actual name. But really. Can I call this guy an asshat? Because he is.

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    • sunnyflower5 says:

      Ny Times article from May
      “In this country we’ve taken a very liberal approach to mortality,” Dr. Birx said at a White House news conference last month. “There are other countries that if you had a pre-existing condition, and let’s say the virus caused you to go to the I.C.U., and then have a heart or kidney problem — some countries are recording that as a heart issue or a kidney issue and not a Covid-19 death.”

      That and there a financial benefit to claim Covid in our US hospitals. Right, Doc?

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    • cjzak says:

      I just have never like this guy or the miitary guy Grigoire(sp). Just never felt they were telling the truth when I watched and listened to them. Just me.

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  3. weneedmorerules says:

    An excellent essay by Fay Voshell titled

    A New Prohibition is Silencing the Deplorables

    The closing of our local taverns, pubs, pizza joints, etc as well as our churches is just as chilling on free speech as the overt bias we are experiencing online.

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2020/08/a_new_prohibition_is_silencing_the_deplorables.html

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    • toocoolus says:

      I have mentioned that reality to multiple people…they don’t want us to gather and exchange beliefs about their corruption.

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      • annieoakley says:

        I am sure that is the Biggest reason for keeping the the bars, restaurants, churches shut down/masks/social distancing. Keep people from sharing what we know and to prevent planning resistance. Also they want to destroy private property and any avenue that can provide a living wage that doesn’t depend on the State.

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    • booger71 says:

      I would say a good portion of the planning our our Republic took place in Pubs and Taverns.

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    • northwoodswatcher says:

      The craziness of the governors’ Gestapo edicts, forced masking, Nazi lockdowns, compulsory stay-at-home rules, restrictions of physical proximity to other human beings, and other madness, echoes the onscreen forward that Mark Hellinger wrote for the beginning of 1939 Warner Bros. classic “The Roaring Twenties”:

      “It may come to pass that, at some distant date, we will be confronted with another period similar to the one depicted in this photoplay. If that happens, I pray that the events, as dramatized here, will be remembered. In this film, the characters are composites of people I knew, and the situations are those that actually occurred. Bitter or sweet, most memories become precious as the years move on….”

      The narration also encapsulates the almost unbelievable occurrences of the times. As fantastical as that era was, ironically, when this film was released, the USA was a little more than two years from being drawn into the World War II era.

      The madness of the Roaring Twenties, which just happens to have kicked off 100 years ago, was indeed fueled by all of the inherent stupidities of the 18th Amendment (“Prohibition”) and its companion enforcement law, the Volstead Act, enacted October 28, 1919.

      The totalitarian impulse of Prohibition lasted nearly 14 years (1919-33), and gave rise to organized crime, among many other unintended consequences which are still with us.

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      • weneedmorerules says:

        Northwoodswatcher, excellent background and insight. Almost 100 years ago. Think about that. Thanks.

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      • WhiteBoard says:

        Northwoods – by your name you indicate you are aware of a JFK event.

        I want to learn what people are getting from seeing a simple number.

        What do you think of 3.17.17? and is there another symbol that resonates in this coup?

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    • Justin Green says:

      The simple fact that you can ban church assembly and permit chaotic violent riots is evidence enough to anyone with an IQ over 40 that our government is no longer legitimate.

      They’ve failed. And EVERY SINGLE ONE of them who has signed up for this garbage is responsible for thousands of civil rights violations.

      Surely France has some guillotines in storage we can borrow. It’s time.

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    • weneedmorerules:
      (re silencing deplorables)

      For better or for worse: all associations, social clubs, extended families, meeting places, websites of every stripe, professional organizations, schools, interactive learning sites (k-12 indoctrination sites) ARE ALL AGREGGATORS AND PROMOTERS OF GROUP THINK because they allow the undecided or the uninitiated to share in the exchange of thoughts and ideas with those they have the most in common with; those they trust in most, or most respect.

      By limiting opportunities for conservatives to share in this critical exchange with other like-minded individuals, there is simply a greater likelihood, unfortunately, that some conservative-leaning voters will wander in unknown directions, feeling alienated or demoralized. Some will even vote for the other party! Yikes!

      (BTW, how many caught Obama’s lament about conservatives being ‘glued to’ Breitbart as well as other conservative sites?)

      George Soros would certainly prefer not to spend his money if conservatives are simply sticking with their own imperfect (loser!) Republicans incumbents.

      Like any good salesman, I’m sure Soros has a whole slate of young, exciting, rock-ribbed, ex-military, conservative-talking candidates, especially chosen to be shiny objects with ‘refreshing,’ common sense ideas; candidates who can ‘think outside the box,’ but then will (per plan) vote with the Dems once elected, and for which purpose they were at first selected, groomed, prettied up and foisted on angry, naive, GOP voters.

      Not this time George!!!

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      • cjzak says:

        Some may wander over to the President’s side too and vote accordingly. People will communicate in many ways and believe your eyes if you go out, they are. While this may be a technique by the left to try and stem the tide of the 2020 deplorables, I’m thinking it really won’t do what they want it to.

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  4. I Hear You Now says:

    Sundance retweet

    Digger alert 🚨!!!

    “Mueller investigation volume 9 is up on FBI Foia Vault.

    Man, I wish I had time to read it!

    But I don’t…”

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  5. burnett044 says:

    here is a very slo mo view of the massive explosion…..amazing view

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    • bshaw7369610 says:

      You see the video from the guy on top of the roof of the building before the main blast goes off??? That video is terrifying! Not even sure how the guy survives because he got hit by the blast.

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    • jus wundrin says:

      Like a daisy cutter

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    • thedoc00 says:

      From another article: “Israeli intelligence has long maintained that the Port of Beirut is a key element of the Iranian-Hezbollah project to assemble and deploy advanced missiles in Lebanon. The Israelis believe one of Iran’s strategic goals is to establish domestic Lebanese production of guided missiles, thus reducing the cost and risk of shipping powerful weapons from Iran to its Hezbollah proxies.”

      The shock wave in the video and colors of the smoke indicate military grade explosives in the secondary.

      There have been “mysterious” explosions in Iran centered on Nuke Program as well as their Missile Delivery Program. This was a follow up strike to take out the end user assembly site.

      Then again, maybe they were having a factory tour and somebody asked, what the “red button” does.

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      • WhiteBoard says:

        Iran Deal is Treason.

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      • Marc says:

        So the IDF just committed a targeted strike and killed 100s to 1000s of civilians in the process? It’s an inexcusable action but shills will excuse anything if it fits their ideology. So sorry for the unsuspecting Lebanese people just going about their lives. Literally every car’s passengers on that bridge are dead from that shockwave.

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        • gda53 says:

          And you know that how? In touch will top level of Israeli Army? Or just spreading rumour?

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          • Marc says:

            I’m replying to thedoc00’s post about an article(that wasn’t cited) which claims Israeli intel took out the Beirut factory because it was a production and staging facility for Hezbollah guided missiles. I have not clue if that is all true but I cna put two and two together when Israel’s biggest enemies keep getting their factories blown up, I have an idea of who did it.

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            • thedoc00 says:

              Read carefully what I posted. I did not say the ‘article” claimed it was an IDF strike, but the article which exists if you have the brains to find it on BB, it says the site in question was used by terrorists to assemble complex munitions.

              I asserted it may have been part of string of actions that started with mysterious explosions in Iran this explosion occurs at the place weapons ares USED. It would not be the 1st strike made to cause allot of collateral damage and casualties, especially if the potential weapons involved were about to bed deployed and contained a threat far greater than the collateral damage.

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              • Marc says:

                Well maybe you should post a link to an article as instructed by admins on CTH. It’s not my job to find sources for the info you submit to the site so your insulting remarks aren’t necessary.

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    • scrap1ron says:

      It was probably a “Baby Milk” factory and warehouse. That happened in Iraq a while back.

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    • Rosemary B says:

      WOW WOW

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    • hokkoda says:

      Judging by all the videos coming in at different angles, the fire must have been burning for awhile to catch people’s attention, then BOOM. I read in WSJ that they think it was a plant that makes sodium nitrate or storage facility (e.g. Oklahoma City bombing).

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      • WhiteBoard says:

        Just asking a few posters i see always making thoughtful comments a question about 3.17.17,
        i wonder if we live in different bubbles even with the same information provided. So i want to talk so we learn each others starting points.

        What does 3.17.17 mean to you ? and is there a better number or symbol that resonates the coup

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        • VandalizeDuhMastuhsAlgorithms says:

          The date the clerk Leanne Flynn Hall stamped a copy of Carter Page FISC paperwork…

          Around here I’m just gonna say. Among other possibilties

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          • WhiteBoard says:

            thanks

            do you see it as a good symbol to start convesation. the goal is to get people to see the conspired event to take down a president.

            Like “remember the 5th”

            Could have 3.17.17 just anywhere you think it could start a conversation?

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            • VandalizeDuhMastuhsAlgorithms says:

              Well,for me it’s not that simple.

              Lotta folks have come to easily recognize the number 17, and its number letter in the alphabet and go from there.

              So this would render:

              C.Q.Q

              That takes me right into the Shortwave/ham radio codes;

              As in the code, CQ,
              Meaning “Calling any station”. The station is asking for (new) contacts from anyone.”

              But filtering the above choices, I’d say March 3rd, 2017, should be another date that should live in Infamy.

              And if the SSCI is hip deep in it, then who else will be tainted with the odor and stains of the manure lagoon?

              Then again I’ve been pestering Senator Johnson and the members of the Homeland Security Committee to go full HoneyBadger with all the documents they are trying to extricate from the Deep State and the Pretenders. (As in they pretend to be in charge)

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              • WhiteBoard says:

                Johnson was the first one to mention the secret group – then he retracted. I think he said publically classified information that they knew page and them conspired.

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          • WhiteBoard says:

            and thats kind of the point – you know immediately.

            I would think everyone does know immediately also, but I’m not sure thats true.

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        • hokkoda says:

          I don’t know. I mean I get the 3/17 reference to Wolf/FISA, but I think it s too down in the weeds for most people to grasp. Remember, a LOT of Americans over 40 still think that Schoolhouse Rock “I’m just a Bill…” is how DC works today. So they wouldn’t understand the intrigue of Senators conspiring with career bureaucrats to overthrow a presidency.

          I see people using “Russiagate” which is not only unoriginal, the “gate” gets applied to every little dust up in DC and it has no meaning. Plus >half of Americans don’t even know what Watergate was.

          So, I’ll mull it over. Part of me doesn’t want to play by the media’s “clever buzzword” rule. It was a seditious conspiracy. When I talk about it with my friends, that’s what I call it. Then I send them a link to 18 USC 2384…

          https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/2384

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    • SanJac says:

      Since when did Lebanon manufacture fireworks ?

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  6. Little Berkeley Conservative says:

    Looking for tonight’s dinner topic?

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  7. TrumpPatriot says:

    This is BIG.

    The FBI just raided the Cleveland office building connected to Ukrainian oligarch, Igor Kolomoisky, who is a principal of the Privat Group

    https://cleveland.com/court-justice/2020/08/fbi-raids-offices-at-downtown-one-cleveland-center-building-tied-to-ukrainian-oligarch.html

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  8. sunnyflower5 says:

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  9. TrumpPatriot says:

    The FBI just raided the Cleveland office building connected to Ukrainian oligarch, Igor Kolomoisky, who is a principal of the Privat Group

    https://cleveland.com/court-justice/2020/08/fbi-raids-offices-at-downtown-one-cleveland-center-building-tied-to-ukrainian-oligarch.html

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  10. sunnyflower5 says:

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  11. burnett044 says:

    fyi

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  12. Eric says:

    OAN News Reported today again; possible Negligent Homicide if Not Outright Murder.

    Medical Experts are stating the wide special use of Hydroxychloroquine could have saved almost 140,000 lives.

    Experts are now questioning whether Democrats Refusal to allow Patients to received Hydroxychloroquine, constitutes Negligent Homicide IF NOT OUTRIGHT MURDER.

    Yale Professor and epidemiologist Dr Harvey Rich also agrees if hydroxychloroquine were widely available to patients, it could easily save 100,000 lives or more across America.

    Again that means radical left Governors and politicians in Washington have allowed, nearly 140,000 Americans to die.

    Just to prove President Trump wrong.

    How about Google, Twitter and Facebook?

    White Paper on Hydroxychloroquine Dr. Simone Gold, MD, JD

    Click to access white-paper-on-hcq-from-americasfrontlinedoctors-com-2020.2.pdf

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    • Kathy says:

      Yep…if they can easily murder almost 140,000 people just to prove President Trump wrong, what is stopping them from searching for a way to eliminate 63 million (90 million) of PT supporters.

      How about the nursing homes deaths that should have been prevented?

      Very scary times…

      Always circles back to truth and the rule of law (justice).

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    • thedoc00 says:

      The CDC and other Experts using “not enough testing” and/or “studies not done correctly” need to be slapped up side the head with a plain and simple academic and professional answer. Tests, Models and Trials are used to generate hypothetical data to support analysis when there is NO REAL, LIVE DATA AVAILABLE.

      There is live use data from 1,000’s of cases available as well as explanations of usage for each data set. Their argument is moot and unethical at best.

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      • False. Tests, models and trials are employed IN ADDITION to “live” data. In fact, they are constantly changed TO CONFORM to verified new information.

        The key is still replication though. If a second person/group can’t duplicate the experiment and get similar results, the original hypothesis is invalidated. Nearly all studies and theories end up incapable of replication. This means the very few that ARE replicated provide more durable conclusions.

        But the flaw in the assertion about the comparison between countries using HCQ and ones that don’t is a different one. It relies on the logical fallacy that two true facts proves a relationship of causality. It doesn’t. There are too many other possible reasons why those countries are doing better than we are in fighting the virus besides what drugs they use, things like their ability to quarantine (dependent on each one’s laws), the sizes (it is easier and faster to get through disease cycles If a population is smaller), even the ability to get rapid results (we do a lot of tests, but have to wait longer for the results, allowing continued spread).

        If HCQ ultimately has no curative effect (still unknown), then advantageous results will depend on other factors.

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        • The famous correlation does not imply causation.

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        • thedoc00 says:

          I agree it was overboard to to suggest no testing or modeling is needed once real data is gathered. But the point of going to that extreme is that real live data, even the US exists that eliminates the international comparison you cite. Also, the tests and trials being conducted are NOT adjusting nor even considering g the live or conditions surround the application of the drug.

          I made the far out assertion to draw attention to the fact that modeling and tests currently being conducted are being done to drive to a “desired ” answer and are not being done scientifically using accepted practices.

          The modeling and testing has not even tried to replicate the succeful applications of the drug nor have the “experts” taken any time to understand why there are so many success stories. They are intentionally ignoring it to drive toward questionalble vaccines that line their pockets.

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          • Judith says:

            ..Not to mention the fact that the powers-that-be have imposed their imperial dictates on doctors and their patients without cause.

            Even if HCQ does not affect patient outcomes (which is a false assertion) the drug has been routinely prescribed over some 70 YEARS, for many different ailments, without so much as a peep!

            And FDA has always approved off-label usage, as well!

            So why is this same drug suddenly “deadly” when it is prescribed to COVID-19 patients who are at high risk of dying without it?

            Does this make sense? NO, IT DOES NOT! This is a matter for doctors and their patients to decide, without this highly unethical, bordering on criminal, bureaucratic interference!!

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          • I think the largest obstacle in proving the efficacy of anti-COVID treatments is that most patients (by a wide margin) recover without the need for ANY medication. So for studies you need the rare ones with serious symptoms, and they aren’t usually “early stage” cases.

            Current studies (again, they use late-stage patients) don’t show very good numbers for the HCQ combos COMPARED to the half-dozen other therapies in use, though it’s useful for some patients. Skilled nursing still beats any of the meds overall. People need to seek care earlier.

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    • hokkoda says:

      The depth and breadth of the whitewash of HCQ is getting pretty insane. If the data didn’t support its use, why not report the data instead of three fake studies that had to be retracted? They’ve also gone after the author’s job and the group’s website, among other things.

      You only do that to people who are a threat. There are lots of kooks and weirdos on the internet, and nobody bans them. There is something very specific that these folks are on to that has them being targeted. It’s more than just whether or not HCQ needs a closer look. It’s whether or not certain high-level players made a conscious decision to let hundreds of thousands of people die. And why.

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      • evergreen says:

        Best way to refute a fallacy is to provide the data that proves it false.

        Interestingly, HCQ effectiveness is not refuted; it is outright denigrated. That’s no way to conduct a civil discussion–quite the opposite, it instills distrust in the institutions that take that stance.

        If HCQ were ineffective, then let all those who choose to partake of it do so at their own risk and capture the data across the nation. At some point, a database will exist with everyone’s particulars that can be combed by the medical researchers to discern truth as time marches on. If it were ineffective, it would be proven out by making no positive impact…to the point that even the layperson would recognize it.

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        • hokkoda says:

          What’s interesting to me is that people like Fauci actually take the coward’s way out claiming that the allegedly-valid studies are “inconclusive at best”. That is hardly a statement saying HCQ doesn’t work. He says it this way because he expects to be proven wrong later, and wants to be able to say “Well, I never actually said it didn’t work. I said it was ‘inconclusive’.” Very shifty, these Government Bureaucrats.

          I always go back to those three totally-fake studies in NEJM, Lancet and JAMA. If the drug were provably harmful, and either didn’t work or made patients worse, the Government Party wouldn’t have to fabricate not one, not two, but three fake studies.

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    • SanJac says:

      Everyone at the CDC and NIH and every politician needs to be tested so we can see that they are taking the medication they don’t want us to have.

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    • pyromancer76 says:

      Now enter Ivermectin and there are two Covid-19 treatments. This second one even more lethal to the virus. (HCQ mainly works early and in combination with zinc (the real virus killer). See DrBeen on YouTube, at least the programs You/tube has not taken down.

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    • Raven says:

      I heard a doctor on the radio today say that the reason big pharma is not giving HCQ a chance.

      Sorry I can’t remember the doctor’s name, but she was on a Christian radio show called Cross Talk that comes out of Wisconsin, on the VCY America Network (and I’m pretty sure the interview can be heard online).

      This doctor said that whenever a drug is the first drug used to treat any disease it is usually considered the ‘cure’ and all funding is poured into that treatment; no other drugs or studies thereafter are considered necessary — or at least they don’t get the cash they might have received otherwise.

      Big pharma and all its tag-alongs will lose big-time if anyone with any authority says “OK” to using the inexpensive, readily available HCQ combo.

      Greed is why the cure right before our eyes is not being talked about or used.

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      • Raven says:

        https://www.vcyamerica.org/crosstalk/2020/08/04/doctors-silenced-on-covid-treatment/

        Link above is to the interview. Guest is Doctor Jane Orient, subject ‘Doctors Silence on COVID Treatment.

        “Dr. Jane Orient is a medical doctor and executive director of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, a non-partisan professional association of physicians in all types of practices and specialties across the country and dedicated to the highest ethical standards of the Oath of Hippocrates and to preserving the sanctity of the patient-physician relationship and the practice of private medicine. She obtained her undergraduate degrees in chemistry and mathematics from the University of Arizona in Tucson and her M.D. from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. She completed an internal medicine residency at Parkland Memorial Hospital and University of Arizona Affiliated Hospitals and then became an instructor at the University of Arizona College of Medicine and a staff physician at the Tucson Veterans Administration Hospital. She’s been in solo private practice since 1981. In addition to AAPS, she’s currently president of Doctors for Disaster Preparedness.”

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  13. Troublemaker10 says:

    Oh my. If it’s in the Amish community it is pretty deep. I’ve talked to many Amish. The Amish don’t vote unless it is a local issue that affects them.

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  14. nwtex says:

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  15. Uncle Sam says:

    Just now on Lou Dobbs President Trump said that what Barr’s investigators have found is “breathtaking”.

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  16. Liberty Forge says:

    Some timelines regarding a China Virus vaccine:

    “President Trump promised $1.6 billion to GAVI on June 4th”:

    https://brassballs.blog/home/un-global-world-vaccination-plan-gavi-bill-gates-foundation-who-nato-un-clinton-vaccine-army-col-colonel-deborah-birx-dos-usaid-president-trump-fauci-treaty-tedros-vaccine

    “Man behind the pandemic is a Rockefeller heir — George D. O’Neill, Jr.”:

    https://brassballs.blog/home/man-who-started-pandemic-rockefeller-george-oneill-d-jr-barr-evidence-log-nixon-foundation-butina-maria-mariia-potomac-nato-michelle-bachelet-un-human-rights-commission-hb-7120-house-bill-tenex

    The Brassballs.blog website is an unusual ‘read’. You need to start at the top — flow down — clicking the links along the way. All documentation is linked within.

    For those unfamiliar with George O’Neill, he held “Rockefeller Dinners” in DC — Butina was involved, as she was used as the ‘bait’ to lure in the ‘movers & shakers’.

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  17. jus wundrin says:

    Trump Campaign Encourages Supporters to Wear Masks: ‘We Have Nothing to Lose’

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/08/04/trump-campaign-encourages-supporters-to-wear-masks-we-have-nothing-to-lose/

    Sorry, we have everything to lose, and so do you, Mr. President.

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    • Magabear says:

      This makes me sad. 😞

      Next it will be goggles. Then full face shields. Then my goalie mask. The insanity has no end and neither will mask wearing until someone says enough of this.

      As the most well known line from Braveheart goes, “Freedom”!!!!!!

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      • jus wundrin says:

        This came out from the HILL last night. Its an original ABC/twitter story, It supposedly went out to Trump supporters. I didnt receive one. Has anyone here?

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        • hokkoda says:

          I don’t Twitter and I don’t link to it. However, I do follow the President’s Facebook pages and haven’t seen him pushing the masks. Happy to be proven wrong on this, but I just haven’t see it. I’ve only seen reports claiming that he said it which can easily be fake news.

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          • Troublemaker10 says:

            He doesn’t push it, was n’t mandate it, and is criticised by media everytime he is caught without one.

            However, he has mentioned a couple times during covid briefings the recommendation to wear a mask if you can’t socially distance.

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            • gda53 says:

              Which is reasonable, prudent and wise from a strategic point of view.

              I’m as down on masks as anyone, but let’s get serious here – people have been scared out of their wits. Encouraging the use of masks when one cannot socially distance is common sense in order to sooth the anxious moms (and others). You know, the suburban women?

              I mean, do we want to win in November, or do we want to niggle over masks b/c we fear they’ll have us wearing hazmat suits next? And then lose because of the suburban women?

              If you cannot see the reason for this, I suggest you need to rethink. Because YOU don’t have to wear one, but it isn’t YOU that PDJT is trying to sway.

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        • NCMama says:

          I received an email last night with the mask wearing message. I replied to it, and told them to pound sand. I don’t know if anyone will see it, but the email went through. I would crawl over broken glass to vote for President Trump, but the mask thing drives me crazy.

          On the positive side, my husband is voting for President Trump this time, and the incessant harassment has made my other family members even more determined to vote TRUMP2020!!

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        • roomette33 says:

          Yes, I got it in my email. Replied – to no one I’m sure – but just to vent the fury. Of course, it won’t sway me from our VSGPDJT and maybe that is part of the strategy, gambling it will bring in more votes than it loses…but it was sickening & whoever wrote it should still be fired…or written out of the will.

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    • Right Mover says:

      Some bad, centrist, pandering advice from someone in the President’s group of advisers has led to some infuriating messaging seemingly designed to alienate his base.

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      • jus wundrin says:

        Did you get an e-mail?

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        • hokkoda says:

          I did get an email, but it wasn’t from the campaign. I’m starting to wonder if this is a disinformation campaign because he doesn’t really talk about it, and it’s not in his ads.

          What better place to talk about mask-patriotism – if he actually believes that garbage – than in his campaign ads? Having a hard time buying that the actual campaign is pushing it knowing how angry the mask-issue makes Trump voters.

          That’s what makes me think it’s fake. Then the MSM picks up on the story to fan the flames a bit by reporting something they heard somebody else say…just like how “news” has become what somebody I never heard of said on a social media site I don’t have an account with (Twitter).

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          • sDee says:

            That email stunk, but who knows any more.

            It looked like Trump’s campaign stuff. The redirect of the link to the CDC website was routed through the RNC server.

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    • OffCourseNation says:

      It is wrong to put temptation in the path of any nation
      For fear its people will succumb and go astray
      So if you are requested to face diaper up or be accosted
      You will find it better policy to say

      “A free people we never face diaper up
      No matter how trifling some say the cost
      For the end of that game is oppression and shame
      And he who pays it is lost!”
      – “Kipling”

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    • fangdog says:

      “Encouraging” people to wear masks is not a smart move by the Trump campaign, Imo. Having to wear a mask is becoming less popular by the minute. I have talked to known Democrats forced to wear masks who will not vote democrat this coming election.

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      • Liberty Forge says:

        “Encouraging” people to wear masks is not a smart move by the Trump administration, in general — yet they keep doing it.

        In today’s video, highlighting the signing of the legislation to bolster Federal parks — all participating in the video “thru the woods” were wearing masks.

        Wearing masks in the woods is ridiculous.

        And Ivanka continues her efforts to make masks a ‘fashion statement’. There is absolutely nothing fashionable about face masks. Ivanka — please stop.

        So discouraging.

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        • hokkoda says:

          lol, I live in Colorado and see people on the trails wearing them. It would be hilarious if it weren’t so idiotic and creepy.

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          • Liberty Forge says:

            hokkoda — it happens here too in Pennsylvania.

            There’s one trail (Mt. Gretna), which is mountainous & rocky — and shared by horseback riders & bikers.

            I’m on horseback, and here comes this lone guy on a mountain bike — wearing a mask — huffing & puffing.

            And, in my head, I’m thinking — ‘you sir, are an idiot!’

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            • hokkoda says:

              I just laugh and smile. To each his own. For me, if I’m outside I’m not wearing one. Especially on a trail run. If I’m inside, I’m putting it on as I walk through the door and take it off as I’m walking out. I like to wear it wrong just for fun.

              My “Blue Lives Matter” scarf drew a lot of angry scowls at Wegmans in Bethlehem when I was in PA on vacation.

              Is Gretna in Lebanon County? My mom told me that Wolf made the county stay “yellow” just to punish Lebanon for ignoring the state mandates. Is that true?

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              • Liberty Forge says:

                Yes, Mt. Gretna is in Lebanon County.

                Lebanon County — on their own — decided to ‘open up’ (go from Yellow to Green) before The Honorable Governor Tom Wolf said they could.

                So, he’s been retaliating ever since. The latest is that Herr Dictator has withheld Federal funds from the county.

                I don’t understand how Herr Dictator can legally do that. The funds were not state funds, but were instead Federal funds to be distributed to each county.

                I’m sure the esteemed Governor Wolf has some fans, although I’ve never met any.

                (By the way, I can’t stand the fellow — in case you hadn’t noticed.)

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                • hokkoda says:

                  The worst is how the PA Supreme Court said he had to follow the Constitution last spring, then said he didn’t last month when the Legislature voted to end the lockdowns.

                  There’s a much bigger war being fought for the soul of this country, and the Government Party is in open revolt.

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          • Ken Lawson says:

            I got a delivery of hay for my horses the other day. The guys showed up wearing masks. I asked about it since they were outside unloading before taking the hay into the barn. They said that it was company policy, but that while they hated it at first, now they like wearing them because the mask filters the hay dust and it’s easier on them when doing that work all day. So, I guess those masks to protect someone!

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        • starfcker says:

          Shhhhhhh…… Let Ivanka keep working on making face masks stylish. If it keeps her busy and away from actual policy, we are big winners.

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        • lackawaxen123 says:

          keep playing checkers and hop scotch … the adults are busy dealing with the sedition and coup …

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    • bosscook says:

      Watch the Trump haters start throwing away their masks. It’ll happen.

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    • Free Speech says:

      Same one I got. Look, it is painfully obvious at times that POTUS surrounds himself with bad advice. He has obviously, truly placed his faith in people like Fauci and Birx just because they come from the ‘legacy media’ version of the medical profession. He may brush across some alternative info occasionally (HCQ), but those two are swaying him right now when it comes to covid. Apparently, he hasn’t even listened to his own surgeon general, who stated the masks were worthless. It’d be nice if we could get him that video from the science teacher linked by CM-TX last night. Watch that, and tell me I need to make my kids wear masks.

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    • sunnydaze says:

      People here acting as tho Trump just signed an edict demanding people wear masks…or ELSE.

      Lawdy.

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      • gda53 says:

        Why would PDJT suggest (NOT mandate) that people should wear a mask ONLY in situations when they cannot socially distance.

        THINK, people, THINK.

        I’ve seen a study which suggest that cloth masks might be 3% more effective than NO mask.

        PDJT looking out for your welfare!!! Whatever it takes, but ONLY if you cannot socially distance properly.

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    • maggiemoowho says:

      Oh the shame in encouraging people to wear masks🤣🤣🤣. The Key word here is “encourages” this doesn’t mean you have to wear one. Getting upset over this is just ridiculous.

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      • lackawaxen123 says:

        Trump is just taking the wind out of the “Karens” sails … he’s not going to make a stand on that hill because it not a hill worth dying on … the MSM would run 24/7 scare porn if he did fight it and he loses nothing by encouraging masks … (well maybe, the pearl clutchers around here but I’m hard pressed to understand what they are going to do … vote for Biden ???? anyone who threatens that was never on Team Trump )

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        • lackawaxen123 says:

          its like a tug of war … and Trump just let go of the rope and the MSM and Dems are falling on their asses now … they DEPEND on Trump keeping up some sort of resistance to their nonsense …

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      • WIVoter says:

        It doesn’t help here in Wisconsin to have the president give cover to Governor Evers who mandated mask wearing in Wisconsin. President Trump knee capped the state senators and state assemblymen who want to pass a resolution overturning Evers mask mandate. President Trump doesn’t have to sing an EO mandating the wearing of masks when he gives cover to governors who sign mask mandates and he undercuts those of us who believe masks are not healthy to wear for hours a day. Remember we aren’t professionals who have fitted masks and are trained in the wearing and DISPOSING of these biohazards.

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        • maggiemoowho says:

          Even if your Governor’s mandate was overturned, your Mayor, an employer or business can mandate the masks. President Trump always said he would leave it up to the states to decide. It’s just not worth taking a beating on before the election, he was smart to do this.

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  18. WhiteBoard says:

    3.17.17 proves

    The Senate Intel, Gang of 8, FBI, DOJ, and the Weisman/Muller team were conspiring to fabricate evidence to construct a charge against an elected president.

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    • Debra says:

      Three branches of government, with their 17 intelligence agencies allowed 17 special counsel team members to run roughshod over the Trump Administration in an effort to depose him such that they could continue to loot and pillage our country while keeping such shenanigans from the knowledge of those who have to pay for all this — we, the people.

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  19. patti says:

    Yahoo News/YouGov poll: Number of Americans who plan to get vaccinated falls to 42 percent — a new low

    “For a COVID-19 vaccine to actually stop the pandemic, scientists estimate that at least 60 percent of the population — and probably more like 75 or 80 percent — would need to be vaccinated, a number that depends on many factors, including the efficacy of the vaccine itself and how widely the virus has already spread. ”

    https://www.aol.com/article/news/2020/08/04/yahoo-newsyougov-poll-number-of-americans-who-plan-to-get-vaccinated-falls-to-42-percent-a-new-low/24581521/

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  20. WhiteBoard says:

    ‘The first time I saw documented evidence that the Senate Intel Committe facilitated the calling of a Specical Counsel Robert Mueller, was when the DOJ released the Carter Page Fisa documents and instead of including all original copies, it included the 03.17.17 requested FISA by the Committee’

    This 3.17.17 document was the Russian Allegation with Trump document that started the media and congress calling for Mueller in April 2016.

    The sickening thought is that once this was fabricated from the Steele Doosier, it was also leaked with bipartisan approval from the Committee and when the Leaker was caught the DOJ only got him for lying. That whew we realized the Mueller/Weisman Special Counsel was running the DOJ or atleast coordinating.

    Thats when it clicked – that all the odd outcomes for ndictments that ended with small sentences or things let go were solely the Result of Mueller/Weisman team running the DOJ.

    our country has no law or order – if our congress can manipulate us to undo elections.

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  21. TrumpPatriot says:

    I am astonished that 42 per cent of my fellow citizens would take a vaccine with NO track record. Devil and the dark blue sea. WHAT are they thinking? Dear lord our nation of brave souls has become one of jellysheep.

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    • Walt says:

      Why would you (or anyone) waste brain cells on a Yahoo poll?

      Liked by 2 people

    • hokkoda says:

      If on Monday the Government stated that shoving a pole up your anus worked to prevent CV-19, there would be a broom shortage in America by Wednesday.

      We are governed by, and surrounded by, people with an IQ of 95.

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    • fangdog says:

      It is easy to not appreciate how many of today’s Americans have been successfully indoctrinated by our education system. These people are now intuitively “rules followers” without questioning or resistance to a new rule.

      They are not “street smart” because they have not had to experience the “street”. They have been raised in a level of affluence whereby being truly “fire-tested” has been unnecessary. The word “survival” has a total different meaning than the word “survival” meant to their ancestors. In essence, they have become sheep which can be easily led by evil goats.

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    • lackawaxen123 says:

      especially a vaccine for a virus that is harmless to me … and 99% of everyone …

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  22. Perot Conservative says:

    Godspeed, Sundance!

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  23. MaineCoon says:

    Go to this hashtag on twitter. Numerous clips posted. Anyone with explosive expertise have a guess?

    #BeirutExplosion

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  24. H.R. says:

    Cheerful optimism is one of our marching orders. Today, I was out and about and did my little part.

    At each checkout, I gave a hearty, “How’s it going?” And to the perfunctory “Fine” response. I’d say, “Well I’m having a great day while I’m out and about and have a nice little project to work on in the basement tonight.”

    Did I mention I’ve been wearing a paper mask that I attacked with a hole punch, wear it below my nose, and mostly on my chin, and definitely pull it past my mouth to speak? Oh, and I smile and grin… a lot.

    Well, that’s what I do. It’s obvious I am “Not with the program.”

    Anyhow, I could see the returned smile even under their masks. They all need a lift.

    The best one was at Staples. I needed a new pencil sharpener as my 40-year old made in the USA Bostitch finally gave up the ghost.

    I get to the register and the young girl asks at the start of the sale, “Phone number?”

    I said, “Well that’s very flattering… but I’m married.”

    She caught on quickly that I wasn’t going to give one. She laughed and then completed the sale. We exchanged cheery, “You-have-a good-day-now” s and off I went.
    .
    .
    Spread some cheer. If you’re in a funk, it will help get you out of it and it definitely gives a lift to to the checkers who are seeing nothing but glum eyes and face masks all day.

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    • petszmom says:

      I agree. I was the only one without a mask at TJMaxx today, returning an item. The cashier and I laughed at the experience of applying the moisturizer that had turned rancid. The gym was awesome with all of us sharing, laughing, joking without masks. The feed store didn’t even have signs on the door. Smiled and Howdyed my way through. Feed store customers carry guns not masks on their person as it should be. Happy day!

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  25. FreedomLover says:

    My latest thought on all of the NSA contractor access, F Flynn, the Trump, Sharyl Atkisson PC hacking, Clinton emails, weiner laptop – all of it, through Mueller is the need to cover up what Obama and Clinton did with the arab spring through the Iran nuclear deal. Obviously, taking out Flynn was a huge part of it. Taking out or hindering Trump was part of it.

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  26. cheering4america says:

    Remember Bari Weissman’s public resignation letter from the New York Slimes?

    Now this:

    MSNBC Producer Quits, Says Network ‘Stokes National Division,’ Amplifies ‘Fringe Voices’ To Pump Up Ratings

    An MSNBC producer penned an explosive resignation letter on Monday, calling the liberal cable network a “cancer” that is “stoking national division” by amplifying “fringe voices.”

    Ariana Pekary, who worked as a producer on “The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell,” said July 24 was her last day on the job after seven years with the network.

    “I don’t know what I’m going to do next exactly but I simply couldn’t stay there anymore,” Ariana Pekary wrote on her personal website. “My colleagues are very smart people with good intentions. The problem is the job itself. It forces skilled journalists to make bad decisions on a daily basis.”

    “It’s possible that I’m more sensitive to the editorial process due to my background in public radio, where no decision I ever witnessed was predicated on how a topic or guest would ‘rate,’” she continued. “The longer I was at MSNBC, the more I saw such choices — it’s practically baked in to the editorial process – and those decisions affect news content every day. Likewise, it’s taboo to discuss how the ratings scheme distorts content, or it’s simply taken for granted, because everyone in the commercial broadcast news industry is doing the exact same thing.

    “But behind closed doors, industry leaders will admit the damage that’s being done. ‘We are a cancer and there is no cure,’ a successful and insightful TV veteran said to me. ‘But if you could find a cure, it would change the world,’” she wrote.

    “As it is, this cancer stokes national division, even in the middle of a civil rights crisis,” Pekary said. “The model blocks diversity of thought and content because the networks have incentive to amplify fringe voices and events, at the expense of others… all because it pumps up the ratings.”

    “Context and factual data are often considered too cumbersome for the audience,” Pekary later added. “There may be some truth to that (our education system really should improve the critical thinking skills of Americans) – but another hard truth is that it is the job of journalists to teach and inform, which means they might need to figure out a better way to do that. They could contemplate more creative methods for captivating an audience. Just about anything would improve the current process, which can be pretty rudimentary (think basing today’s content on whatever rated well yesterday, or look to see what’s trending online today).”

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/08/msnbc-producer-quits-says-network-stokes-national-division-amplifies-fringe-voices-pump-ratings/?utm_source=Email&utm_medium=the-gateway-pundit&utm_campaign=dailypm&utm_content=daily

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  27. Little Berkeley Conservative says:

    The starfish story really moved me.

    Somehow I got this auntie fart to spread the Trump 2020 message for me.

    I’m just a poor uneducated turkey wrangler, so is Tom Sawyer the book with the picket fence painting in it?

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  28. RetiredEE says:

    There have been several posts about excessive email requests for donation. To illustrate the problem I received 6 emails today from Mitch McConnell, Eric Trump, Darrell Issa, LindseyGrahm.com, John Cummings, and Jim Jordan. ALL of these were from info@makingagreateramerica.com despite the name in the From field. The site makingagreateramerica.com is up for sale, basically it is TOTALLY FAKE since the site does not exist. Any email like this should be marked as spam and never click on any link int the email.

    We are under attack from multiple sources. Be careful.

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    • jus wundrin says:

      Makes me wonder about the ‘wearing the mask’ e-mail that supposedly went out to Trump supporters. I have not gotten one.

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      • Judith says:

        Contact@team.donaldtrump.com sent me an email regarding wearing a mask. I took no offense to it. I suspect the ENEmedia and their FAUX cohorts encourage mask outrage as a *splitter* strategy.

        If I had a choice between those dreadful knit hats and a mask, I would choose the mask..

        Certain ‘social media agitators,’ reminiscent of that bused-in Soros crowd, began staging protests about masks. To be honest, people on these pages were denying the existence of SARS-COV-2 at that time. They surmised that our President was being “tricked.” I dare say it was them who were duped by FAUX news outrage porn: It was *not* a good look.

        I suspect there will be a more ‘outrage porn’ as the election draws nearer. What will the fake news “splitters” think of next?

        DACA is an old standby, divide-and-conquer topic. Nothing like the specter of tossing brown “children” back over the wall to get the juices flowing in an election year.. believe me, President Trump won’t touch that bait, and neither will I! (Unless deportation includes little Marco.. then maybe /s).

        One thing for certain: This election would go a helluva lot smoother if good patriots would quit their addiction to FAUX news sh!t-stirrers and put their trust in their very stable genius President.

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    • sunnyflower5 says:

      Some clown was posing as the Trump campaign manager on twitter. He was posting similar stupidity. They must have moved on to a deceptive web site.

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    • somebody says:

      Interesting Retired, I got 3 emails from the campaign today all of them were from victory.donaldtrump.com

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  29. Magabear says:

    More evidence that the only thing lockdowns accomplished was to kill alot more people for no good reason. Yet leftists everywhere want more lockdowns. Makes you go “hmmm?”. 🤔

    https://www.lboro.ac.uk/news-events/news/2020/july/new-approach-to-recording-covid-deaths/

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  30. https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/08/update-al-arabiya-reports-massive-blast-beirut-ammunition-warehouse-belonging-hezbollah-terrorists/

    This is incorrect. If this was a warehouse for missles…. no way that all of them detonated at the exact same time. You would expect a chain of explosions and concussive waves.

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  31. northwoodswatcher says:

    As Stanford University professor of medicine Dr. Jayanta Bhattacharya has noted, there are NOT any vaccines for coronaviruses.

    He also pointed out that the idea that we could continue lockdowns until a vaccine is developed is preposterous.

    The reason is simple. Coronaviruses mutate constantly. Constantly.

    Coming up with a vaccine for covid-19 would be like coming up with a cure for the common cold.

    Dr. Richard Barlett of Odessa, Texas, pointed out that covid-19 is rapidly mutating, noting that Iceland studied and broke down the virus and discovered 243 mutations way back in April. It continues to mutate.

    I read an article last night (New York Post?) which claimed there are now six main variants of covid-19, and subvariants of those mutations.

    We see this type of mutation with the seasonal flu. Months in advance scientists make their best guesses for which flu strains will still be around in the coming fall/winter, and those guesses are usually only about 40 percent accurate, even in the best years.

    One thing that vaccines would do would be to establish a never-ending channel of income for Big Pharma, since they would always be updtaing their vaccines. Talk about a perpetual motion machine!

    Culturally, it would raise the expectation that we couldn’t do anything unless we had a vaccine first.

    This kind of overprotective mommy, risk-averse mindset on how to live life would bring U.S. society to a halt. Adults would be reduced to acting like children. America would crash and burn shortly afterwards.

    In case anyone forgot, there was this news article a while back: “German Autopsy Study Finds EVERY Coronavirus Victim had Previous Illness — All Had Cancer, Lung Disease, Were Heavy Smokers or Morbidly Obese” — https://bit.ly/3e09Pbx

    The article reminds us that there really is only a limited demographic that needs to worry about covid-19.

    The rest of the fear porn is a pack of lies.

    Remmember, we already have a silver bullet cure for SARS-Cov-2 (covid-19).

    It is the same silver bullet cure that worked in the studies conducted in 2005 on the original SARS, named SARS-CoV-1, then later on, on MERS-CoV (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus).

    The cure was found to be Hydroxychloroquine.

    Again, this was determined 15 years ago, when Martin J Vincent et al published a study in Virology Journal about its efficacy against SARS.

    —> HERE is the study published in Virology Journal: https://virologyj.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1743-422X-2-69

    We now have a 2nd silver bullet cure —> The discovery of Dr. Bartlett about inhaled corticosteroids.

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  32. Justin Green says:

    Apparently COVID-19 affects men and women far more than any other sex. So, it should be a comfort to most liberals that they’re safe from infection.

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  33. WhiteBoard says:

    POTUS brings up Florida Mail in Votes – to get the media to ask about it – to POINT OUT THE NEVADA GOV.

    everyone here gets that, and laughs each time! people that act confused – are very close to being super local POTUS watchers- but arent there yet!

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  34. kleen says:

    Things are happening!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  35. Tl Howard says:

    Seems storage of fireworks should be somewhere out in the boonies and should never exceed a certain amount in any one place.

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  36. Ackman419 says:

    Hi Treepers,
    We are all getting ready for something big.
    With big, comes risk.

    I rec focusing on your already existing circle of family and close friends.
    They will be the most accessible and sympathetic.

    However, if your circle is very small, take steps outside your comfort zone.
    Extend yourself in small ways. It doesn’t take many words at all to make a connection.
    Our message and argument is irrefutable.

    God bless and guide all our people here in the Treehouse.

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  37. Henry says:

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  38. Perot Conservative says:

    Sidney Powell on Fox Business.

    Great, but she looks a little stressed… and even mentions Hammer.

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  39. WRB says:

    For those who are interested, Sally Yates testifies tomorrow.

    Wednesday, August 5, 2020
    Time: 10:00 AM EDT

    https://www.judiciary.senate.gov/meetings/oversight-of-the-crossfire-hurricane-investigation-day-2

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  40. Troublemaker10 says:

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  41. sunnyflower5 says:

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  42. Kristin DeBacco says:

    Primary voting in AZ today.
    So we went to Vote in Covid time. No sweat ( well it was hot again today)
    There were no assigned locations do you could vote wherever it was convenient.
    Just put the mask on to get in, register by showing and scanning your driver’s license. Making sure it’s you.
    About 12+ booths scattered over a not so big room. You get your fresh printed ballot take a pen and look for a booth that has no pen. Fill in yr ballot. Leave the pen and go insert the ballot to vote.
    Done.
    All of this was about 6 minutes.
    There is no mail-in voting needed.
    Just bring your ID.

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  43. Ausonius says:

    Mrs. Ausonius and I drove from the Carolinas to Ohio today, and decided to take south-to-north back roads through southern West Virginia. My wife had been through the area some years ago.

    Some prosperity from the TRUMP years was obvious: a few hamlets had spruced things up, and some new, expensive houses were gleaming on acreage in Nowhere, and I mean Nowhere, W.V. 🙂

    As I have written earlier about rural/small-town Ohio, rural West Virginia is undoubtedly TRUMP country. Even truly sad looking houses at times had TRUMP 2020 flags or banners or homemade signs in support of the president.

    And…HEY Mitch McConnell! The governor is running as a TRUMP ally in the billboard ads.

    The governor’s name is James Justice, and one of his slogans is “He NEVER gave up on Coal!”

    And neither did President Trump!

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  44. VandalizeDuhMastuhsAlgorithms says:

    Burn the face Bra!

    Free the Nose!

    All is fair in Love and War.

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  45. Marcia says:

    Retired Magistrate here: Don’t get upset about President Trump recommending (not ordering) people to wear masks. There was an article over at Briebart that stated that most people feel that masks should be mandated, evidently a lot of “Karens” out there.

    So, if people feel more comfortable wearing masks and think that the mask actually protects them, which it doesn’t, then they may be Ok with in person voting. Remember, many governors, like Ohio’s DeWine, are stating that if we all wear masks covid-19 will just go away. Of course it won’t, but if that makes people more comfortable going about their lives, especially back to work and voting, then I can live with it until the election. I don’t wear one unless I have to and then I leave my nose uncovered so I don’t pass out.

    The most important thing right now is to get President Trump re elected. The best way to do that is tell people what a Biden administration would actually result in,vote in person and take as many people with you as possible.

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    • jaxnix says:

      He suggested a mask if you could not keep a good physical distance. Almost all the nanny state governors have this in their edicts as well. Somehow the media can’t focus on more than a single sentence in a statement so we have ‘YOU MUST WEAR A MASK.’ Phooey – I am not ill and trust my immune system — don’t need the mask.

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      • Judith says:

        I live in NY at the epicenter of the outbreak and most people don’t wear masks outdoors. We’ve been outside since April, enjoying our beautiful beaches and extensive park systems and trails, with no problem whatsoever. We just keep a respectful distance from others.

        Indoors, masks are mandated. People choose different types according to their personal comfort level. I’ve seen everything from N-95 gas masks with plastic shields to simple bandannas and scarves.

        Now that eateries are open for dine-in business, masks are discarded as soon as customers are seated at the table. For the most part, everyone does whatever makes them feel comfortable.

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  46. jeans2nd says:

    The Great Lou Dobbs interviewed Pres Trump this afternoon.
    Mr Dobbs claims a Durham bombshell in this interview. 29:58

    “Trump goes one-on-one with Lou Dobbs | EXCLUSIVE FULL INTERVIEW”

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    • MVW says:

      Wonderful interview by my favorite, Lou Dobbs, interviewing my favorite, DJT.

      I think Lou has the best understanding of what is going on. Remember Lou was upset about the H1B1 effort by Republicrats? Well DJT came through. No doubt Lou is happy with how that worked out (POTUS just did an EO on that issue, not mentioned in this interview).

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    • MVW says:

      I meant H-1B visa

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  47. Reaganite says:

    Excuse me if I am duplicating comments or have misunderstood,
    but I just heard Pres Trump ( in Covid press conference)
    mention almost 19. 6 % projected Q3
    GDP growth-checked Arlanta Fed sire-
    Yes Q3 GDP projection raised to 19.6 ( nineteen point six) per cent …

    Wouldn’t that be the best quarter ever ?

    WH Press corps played dumb- Did not ask one question about this,
    or ask any real question-

    I think things are going swimmingly to MAGA AGAIN
    and outvote the cheating to wjn 2020 and make 2021
    best year ever. And I haven’t even heard Lou Dobbs/P45
    yet ( no cable)

    GOD BLESS SUNdANCE, his mission, and his Treepsters
    for Truth !

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  48. pyromancer76 says:

    How about: Covid-19 is over! Now comes the mopping up. See Dr. Adam Gaertner on DrBeen on YouTube. “Ivermectin Talk with Adam Gaertner” July 30, 2020. His summary: Ivermectin is to viruses, and specifically Covid-19, as penicillin was to bacteria. Excellent 30 minute + video. DrBeen has also talked about Ivermectin on other programs. (We can still use zinc + HCQ as well for other reasons).

    E.M. Smith on Chiefio.com has a survey of all the research and clinical uses of Ivermectin around the world (most with almost 100% results, especially if caught early). https://chiefio.wordpress.com/2020/08/01/ivermectin-doxycycline-98-cure/#comments
    Bangadesh
    Italy
    Saudi Arabia
    Baghdad
    Delhi, India
    Sao Paulo, Brazil
    Dominican Republic
    Singapore
    Thailand
    France
    Israel
    Also multiple trials in the U.S.

    Away with the masks, social distancing and governors and mayors putting into practice their totalitarian fantasies.

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    • MVW says:

      ” Ivermectin is to viruses, and specifically Covid-19, as penicillin was to bacteria.”

      Could not have said it better. It even works on HIV. No wonder $BigPharma is throwing nuclear bombs at it trying to kill it. It is a $trillion dollar drug and they can’t make any money on it because the patent is given to the world for free use.

      A wonder drug that is a $BigPharma killer!!!

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