August 6th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1295

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773 Responses to August 6th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1295

  1. Eric says:

    Whoa…. did anyone catch this today?

    Pray everyone. Pray.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. WhiteBoard says:

    systemic nihilism – attack grammer- his ability to reason – leave us on the level of grunting farm animals and incapicted to reason and think – and then you take away history – 1st amendment, 2nd amendment – systemic nihilism.

    – Jason HIll


    • Free Speech says:

      Heard that on Tucker. Jordan Peterson has said the same. But the unique point Hill made is that these people want to burn everything to the ground and replace it with nothing. They have nothing to offer. They just want to destroy anything ‘good’.

      “I have lost heaven,And know that for sure.My soul, once faithful to God,Now is destined for hell.
      I’ll set up my throne above,Cold and terrible will be the peak of it.Superstitious trembling is at its base,Master – most black agony.The one who will look with healthy looks,Will turn away, turn pale and deadly mute.Possessed by blind and cold deathness,will prepare a tomb with his happiness.You will sink down and I shall follow laughing,Whispering in your ears, “Descend, come with me, friend.” — Karl Marx from his poem Oulanem


      • WhiteBoard says:

        it sounded so rare – i typed it as he was talking. Felt it would be good words for people to see once.

        Black guy – chicago.

        and to summarize Marx’s twisted poem : when he says someone will sink down and he will follow laughing ——– I translate that as Marx saying he is deadweight to patriots.

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      • WhiteBoard says:

        Did you hear that? Oppositional Defiance Disorder? thats what we are going to get diagnosed with


    • Magabear says:

      Only heard the first half of Tucker’s show tonight, but it was powerful. Wake up Americans.

      Liked by 1 person

  3. joshashland says:

    The new (today) Special Representative to Iran.! Yikes. Any idea why?
    ‘Zombie Neocon’: How This Iran Contra Architect Is Leading Trump Policy –


    • A2 says:

      On the Departure of Brian Hook


      AUGUST 6, 2020

      “ Brian Hook has decided to step down from his role as the U.S. Special Representative for Iran and Senior Advisor to the Secretary. Special Representative Hook has been my point person on Iran for over two years and he has achieved historic results countering the Iranian regime.

      He successfully negotiated with the Iranians the release of Michael White and Xiyue Wang from prison. Special Representative Hook also served with distinction as the Director of Policy Planning and set into motion a range of new strategies that advanced the national security interests of the United States and our allies. He has been a trusted advisor to me and a good friend. I thank him for his service.

      Following a transition period with Brian Hook, Elliott Abrams will assume the position of Special Representative for Iran, in addition to his responsibilities as Special Representative for Venezuela.”

      Sorry to see him go. As for Abrams, no likee. Read through accounts in the press. The Wankerati haven’t made up their minds whether which one they hate the most. Even Xinhua is reporting the change.

      Iran vote coming up on extending the sanctions ww on Iran nuclear Arms development.


  4. ivehadit says:

    The radical left bring MISERY to EVERYTHING: Sports, Entertainment, Religion, Health Care, Government, Facebook and Twitter…everything.ENOUGH!


  5. Right to reply says:

    Obama final State Dinner guest list.

    (Ms. Ashley Blazer Biden, Executive Director, Delaware Center for Justice

    Mr. Hunter Biden, Chairman, Rosemont Seneca Advisors

    The Honorable Joseph R. Biden, Jr., Vice President of the United States

    Dr. Jill Biden)

    (The Honorable Victoria Nuland, Assistant Secretary of State for European & Eurasian Affairs, U.S. Department of State)

    (Mr. Clarence Page, The Chicago Tribune

    Ms. Lisa Page)

    (Mr. Sundar Pichai, Chief Executive Officer, Google Inc.

    Ms. Anjali Pichai)

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  6. A2 says:



  7. A2 says:


    Secretary Michael R. Pompeo At a Press Availability

    Video and transcript at the link


  8. nwtex says:

    aw @:16 Wm Barr = “Does this guy need help”


  9. nwtex says:


  10. nwtex says:

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  11. Raised on Reagan says:

    USAG Bill Barr to sit with Mark Levin for an hour long interview on Fox this Sunday.

    Liked by 3 people

  12. Magabear says:

    Well, the GOP senate primary was a route. Hagerty with the big win. Never really seemed in doubt.


  13. A2 says:


    Foreign staff at EU firms in Shanghai still unable to return, business group says
    Excerpt :

    SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Over half of European companies in China’s financial hub of Shanghai still have foreign staff who are unable to return after coronavirus border restrictions were imposed in March, a survey indicated on Thursday.

    The European Union Chamber of Commerce said the survey, conducted in July, had received answers from 143 companies, or about a quarter of its members.

    Of the respondents who had staff yet to return to Shanghai, 53% said it was because of administrative requirements involved in obtaining a re-entry visa, while 48% had their applications denied or delayed. Small and medium firms (SMEs), in particular, were affected disproportionately, the chamber said…”


  14. patti says:

    Most of Europe bans mail-in ballots over high risk of fraud -study

    Why does Europe understand this and Democrats don’t? Well, the easy reason is that Democrats plan to cheat.

    Liked by 1 person

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  16. A2 says:

    👇👎the colour of💰💰💰 fifth column alive and well.


  17. Carrie says:

    I love this!!

    Liked by 3 people

  18. A2 says:

    Report to Congress on Access to Tibetan Areas of the People’s Republic of China (PRC), Sec. 4 of the Reciprocal Access to Tibet Act of 2018, PL 115-330 // 22USC 1182

    Executive Summary
    This is the second annual report under Section 4 of the Reciprocal Access to Tibet Act of 2018 (P.L. 115-330), enacted December 19, 2018, which requires the Department of State to provide a report to Congress, within 90 days of enactment and annually thereafter for five years, regarding the level of access Chinese authorities granted to U.S. diplomats and officials, journalists, and tourists to Tibetan areas in China; a comparison with the level of access granted to other areas of China; a comparison between the levels of access to Tibetan and non-Tibetan areas in relevant provinces; a comparison of the level of access compared to the previous reporting year; and a description of the required permits and other measures that impede travel in Tibetan areas.

    This report covers 2019, with comparisons to 2018, as applicable.

    The People’s Republic of China (PRC) government systematically impeded travel to the Tibetan Autonomous Region (TAR) and Tibetan areas outside the TAR for U.S. diplomats and officials, journalists, and tourists in 2019. The central government required all international visitors to apply for a Tibet travel permit to visit the TAR and regularly denied requests by international journalists, diplomats, and other officials for official travel. Approval for tourist travel to the TAR was easier to secure but often restricted around sensitive dates. U.S. official visits to the TAR, when permitted, were highly restricted. Travel to Tibetan areas outside of the TAR did not require a permit or, for diplomats and officials, additional prior notification by diplomatic note for specific meetings in Tibetan areas. However, requests to meet with government, religious, and civil society leaders in these areas were routinely denied. PRC security forces used conspicuous monitoring to intimidate U.S. diplomats and officials, followed them at all times, prevented them from meeting or speaking with local contacts, harassed them, and restricted their movement in these areas. Tibetan-Americans regularly faced restrictions on their travel to Tibetan areas. Journalist access to these areas remained restricted and limited.

    Read more here:


  19. A2 says:

    👍👍 not just Tiktok also WeChat.its official.

    You need to read the entire thread.

    Liked by 1 person

  20. A2 says:

    Rounding them up in Hong Kong. International disgrace.👎👎👎👎👎👎


  21. Jason Ross says:

    This will irk the fiscal conservatives on this site, but if he pushes student loan forgiveness into the next COVID relief bill or somehow accomplishes this via executive order, he will carry all fifty states in the November election.


    • Jason Ross says:

      The usual grievance industry would piss and moan about how such a scheme benefits white people, but even the most ardent liberals coming out of Colombia and Berkeley — holding hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt — would not pass up this chance.

      It would be a economic reset to counter the ‘global reset’ that is being mused about on this site and others….


    • jaxnix says:

      I don’t see anything that says student loan forgiveness. I do see that he is addressing items with mitigation already in effect (or just ended) – evictions, unemployment and student loans where he may extend that mitigation. The payroll tax cut is one I don’t love – but if Congress can’t get it together to pass a bill then it is one way to get money to those working. Not a fan of the student loan forgiveness.

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  22. MaineCoon says:

    I am unable to pull up Dan Scarvino or Dan Scarvino Jr accounts on twitter! So I’m putting a link to his FB post. It’s such a great video of President Trump driving through the local Ohio streets. What a crowd welcoming him! He deserves it!


  23. A2 says:

    Re: PRC consulate closed in Houston.👇👇


  24. Jason Ross says:

    Governor DeWine of Ohio had a second WUHAN FLU test within 24 hours that somehow came back negative. …. meaning the first was a flase positive.
    “UPDATE: In a second COVID-19 test administered today in Columbus, Governor Mike DeWine has tested negative for COVID-19. First Lady Fran DeWine and staff members have also all tested negative.”



    • MaineCoon says:

      The tests are totally unreliable.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Jason Ross says:

        It is literally right there in front of the national media to connect the dots… but so far nothing. All we got is the 280-point-font headline that DeWine tested positive.


    • Magabear says:

      And I’m sure the original false positive result hasn’t been deducted from the positive test results column. I imagine there’s a countless amount of false positives still showing as positive in the numbers we get to see.


    • Right Mover says:

      I am convinced that false positives all over the country are accounting for much of the “spike” that has purportedly occurred in Southern and Western states the last six weeks.


  25. Eric says:

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  26. A2 says:


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  27. fred5678 says:

    (Black) NY AG James: “BLACK CARS MATTER”

    “NRA Files Lawsuit Against New York State Attorney General Letitia James
    The National Rifle Association (NRA) on Thursday announced a lawsuit against New York State Attorney General Letitia James.
    Letitia James on Thursday said her office is seeking an order to dissolve the NRA in its entirety during a press conference.
    The investigation into the NRA began in 2019.
    Letitia James said the NRA was serving as a personal piggy bank for Wayne LaPierre, the Chief Executive of the NRA.
    TRENDING: Joe Biden Says That Black People All Think the Same ‘With Some Notable Exceptions’ (VIDEO)

    Wayne LaPierre allegedly “spent more than $3.6 million on luxury black car services and travel consultants in the last two years,” according to Letitia James…”


  28. Perot Conservative says:

    National Review, Andrew McCarthy

    Barr’s Dilema: How to get Politics out of the Justice Department

    McCarthy has a long article… he seems to be alluding to / predicting no indictments from AG Barr. I post here some snippets.

    “Plainly, the best way to get politics out of the Justice Department is to keep the Justice Department out of politics. Unfortunately, it has been hopelessly, haplessly mired in politics since early 2015, when former secretary of state Clinton’s email scandal broke, just as she was embarking on her ill-fated White House bid. Indicting officials of the last administration for alleged abuses of power against the succeeding administration would be antithetical to the depoliticization objective, even if an indictment were justified.

    “That is not lost on the attorney general. In his confirmation hearing, he touted the wisdom of Michael B. Mukasey, who took the helm at Main Justice in 2007, with the department reeling from Democratic claims of politicization. ***Barr recalled his esteemed predecessor’s admonition against an American degeneration into “a banana republic, putting political opponents in jail for offenses committed in a political setting. Even if they are criminal offenses, it’s something we just don’t do here.” *** That is why, Barr explained, “I don’t subscribe to that ‘lock her up’ stuff” — recalling the taunt Trump’s most fervent supporters delighted in squealing Mrs. Clinton’s way….”

    “Though baseless, the Trump-Russia investigation got three years of traction because it was effectively unsupervised. Obama holdovers and such Swamp technocrats as Rosenstein let the anti-Trump zealots at the FBI and Team Mueller run rampant. President Trump, a non-lawyer with no government experience, was overmatched and fearful that if he tried to rein in Mueller or FBI director James Comey, he’d be accused of obstruction (which he was, in any event). Barr, by contrast, is deeply versed in the criminal law and exudes confidence in directing subordinates….”

    “Flynn’s case is a hot potato. …”

    “Also conveniently elided in the Democrats’ case against the attorney general is Barr’s declination of prosecution against two top Trump nemeses, Comey and Andrew McCabe. Though they remain under Durham’s microscope, there were two other investigations. Comey made memoranda of his encounters with Trump, famously leaking one of them in an effort — successful, as it turned out — to force the appointment of a special counsel. But he mishandled these memos, some of which were later deemed to contain classified information. To the president’s chagrin, however, Barr determined that Comey’s improper dissemination of the material was neither knowing nor worthy of prosecution….”

    “That said, Barr has taken pains in testimony and speeches to distinguish abuses of power, which our system is designed to address politically, from crimes, which are the subject of court prosecution. Specifically with respect to spying that chills political activity and dissent, he notes that “it doesn’t necessarily have to result in a criminal investigation or a finding of a crime”; but it is critical to have accountability so that “safeguards [can be] built in” to protect civil liberties in the future.”

    “Barr has signaled that his approach to addressing this abuse may be a narrative report….”


  29. Magabear says:

    John MacAuthur is on Breitbart radio right now (SiriusXM). God bless him. Wish other big name pastors like him would take a stand against our modern day Ceasar’s.


  30. fred5678 says:

    Hiden’ Biden — always a day or two behind real world time. Tee wall clock in the basement is just a tad slow:

    “The United States is sending to Lebanon three C-17 aircraft shipments of relief aid following the massive explosion at Beirut’s port that killed at least 137 people, with the first plane filled with food, water and medical supplies arriving Thursday.
    U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) said the first C-17 had delivered 11 pallets of aid from a U.S. military base in Qatar, with the two other plane shipments expected to provide more food and water within 24 hours.

    Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden expressed sympathy for the victims of the explosion and urged the Trump administration and the international community “to immediately mobilize assistance to the thousands injured in the blast.” …”


  31. MtnCougar says:

    Still unsure why President Trump is touting the mask. I know he does play 3D chess. Waiting for more data. Meanwhile here is the best detailed explanation I’ve read. I haven’t thoroughly checked the writer’s credentials but with my limited understanding of physics it does make sense. I knew the virus is too small to be stopped by the mask but wondered about droplets which carry the virus. Also below it, a writing by a physician about how mask wearing affects one’s kidneys. (yes kidneys)
    – – –
    In physics we often talk about push and pull. We refer to this as Force. The size of the water droplets is irrelevant. The amount of force exerted on the mask (both a push and pull) from breathing is sufficient force to move those molecules of water vapor into and out of the holes in the mask. The droplets change in size to fit the holes. The virus and carbon dioxide or oxygen particles fit easily through those holes with water droplets which are small enough to fit through along with the particles. The water droplets just change size because the amount of force required to push them out or pull them in is less than the force created by just normal inhaling or exhaling.

    Water droplets that are larger will naturally drop to the ground before they become a problem for people we’re talking to or standing around. The size of water droplets stopped by the masks are too heavy to remain airborne long enough to land on someone’s face beyond about 12″. Water droplets small enough to remain airborne (aerosolized) continue to float in the air with covid-19 virus particles for up to three hours. The size of the water droplets that are created by the masks through the force (push) from talking and breathing are small enough to remain airborne for three hours and float on air currents, potentially infecting everyone inside any building everywhere in the building. Without UVA lights to kill the viruses, everyone unlucky enough to breathe in this aerosolized virus will become infected. The masks DO NOT STOP THIS PROCESS. IF ANYTHING AT ALL THEY INCREASE AEROSOLIZATION OF COVID-19.

    Secondly, imagine how much more covid-19 infected water vapor is inside the mask. You continue to breathe in these viruses and the amount is growing repeatedly as not all of covid-19 is released into the air around you wearing a mask. You reinfect yourself continuously as long as you wear it. This increases symptoms in infected individuals dramatically, and since only immunocompromised individuals are at risk, the suffering and death rates increase with mask use… Just as the mask catches some water vapour, trapping SOME covid-19 viral particles inside the mask, masks also reduce oxygen exchange, increasing the heart rates and breathing rates of wearers, placing them at risk for weakness, lightheadedness, headaches, difficulty concentrating, passing out, heart attacks, and other health issues such as asthma or bronchitis. In addition to covid-19 infections being INCREASED by mask use, we all carry a host of pathogens in our mouths. Infection from these pathogens increase with mask use, as well. Dr Hussey, PhD physics, microbiology, neurology, psychology, education, business administration, leadership training, astrophysics. My citations are the most current information on this subject area.

    The writing about how masks affect kidneys…


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