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    Bolsonaro showing the world
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    Dr. Death out there slaying the false narrative that fewer corpses is somehow good.
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    There is no impact. It is a typical bad cold. They tell stories that indicate otherwise. Lasting impacts stories. Lies. Shutting down has had enormous negative impacts, but those were not caused by too many old people dying, they were from intentionally shutting down economies, which were political calculations having nothing to do with the new cold.
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    Remember the people who said Hydroxychloroquine will kill you? That its efficacy was merely anecdotal? Remember the pharmacists who refused to fill Doctor's prescriptions? The Democrat governors who interfered with supplies, hoarded, hid, supplies of the drug? Premeditated Conspiracy to Commit Mass Injury and Death.
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    Just what did he die of since the virus is not a disease? Notice how they used the plural when talking about one person? So how many people at the party died? The cause of death from the virus is supposedly pneumonia. Did he die from that? --Brant boy, am I tired of all the un-scientific gobbledygook that these people feed the public and themselves
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    https://nypost.com/2020/07/11/texas-millennial-dies-after-attending-covid-19-party/
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    Peter, But so far, this thing with Roger Stone is making all the right heads explode. It is signaling to the Deep State its lack of efficacy. And that is infuriating them. People as infuriated as they are make many mistakes. The best person to sum up the Roger Stone case to date is Jesse Waters. President Trump liked his recent opening statement so much, he pinned the video to the top of his Twitter feed. Here is President Trump signaling his like: And here is the video of Jesse Waters: The Exploding Heads Now look how heads are exploding. After Mueller's disastrous July 24, 2019 appearance before two House committees, has anybody heard from him? No. Why? Because he's losing his mind in an old-age kind of way. So he's stayed silent. Until now. Robert Mueller breaks his silence and condemns Trump for commuting Roger Stone's sentence Obviously someone wrote the WaPo op-ed for him. (My vote is for Andrew Weissmann, the nastiest piece of work from his former team--and, boy, is Weissmann hopping mad, see here.) Lee Smith, author of the best and bestselling book on the Deep State operation against President Trump, The Plot Against the President: The True Story of How Congressman Devin Nunes Uncovered the Biggest Political Scandal in U.S. History, agrees with me: There is a huge risk in dragging Mueller out. If he gets interviewed or ambushed by a reporter, he's going to make Biden sound coherent. Yet they are risking it because Roger Stone is more of a symbol to them than a case. He is a symbol of their weakness, of the public exposure of their weakness, and that eats them alive inside. Tinseltown Take a look at these beauties from Hollywood (on Breitbart). Hollywood Erupts After Trump Commutes Roger Stone’s Sentence: ‘Treason’ If you are into schadenfreude, reading all that is deeply satisfying. They are howling in impotent rage because they claim to be able to strike fear in the hearts of anyone, especially someone like Roger Stone who they want to see dead, but they are powerless and the whole world sees it right now. They can't even nail an inconsequential reprobate (to them) like Roger Stone. This may not seem like much, but in the story-wars department, it is moving the Overton Window a couple of notches. Don't forget, we have an election in 4 months and the Overton Window is more important during this time than it is at other times because it impacts voting habits. Never Trumpers Look at the anti-Trump Republicans: Romney blasts Trump's Stone commutation: 'Historic corruption' Others like Pat Toomey, Mark Sanford, Bill Krystol have come out in public against President Trump for commuting Roger Stone's sentence. Imagine what the anti-Trumper Republicans are saying behind the scenes. Here is an indication from The Lincoln Project (a group of never Trump Republicans who now support Biden--they are led by Kellyanne Conway's boneheaded husband, George Conway and others, see here). There's a hidden message in that video. The Deep State framed most of those "felons" or entrapped them with legal minutia. The hidden message is: Do not oppose us or this is what we will do to you. And Trump's time is coming... It isn't, but dogs have to bark, pigs have to grunt, snakes have to hiss and so on. Poor things, they can't help it... Final thought for this post If Roger Stone is not that important, why are all the heads of these famous people exploding? I say, in addition to hating President Trump, every one of them wants the power to jail someone they don't like simply because they don't like him or her. In other words, when you look favorably at any of these creeps, make sure you do not get on their bad side. They are vindictive spiteful snakes. They play much dirtier than Roger Stone ever did (and he played plenty dirty). They will turn on you in a fraction of a second if they think this will help them get back their lost power. I mean that literally, too. If they take a disliking to you, and I mean you Peter, for whatever reason and it gets strong enough, regardless of legality, they will throw you in jail and make up some kind of bullshit reason for it. Wielding that kind of power is what gives them meaning to themselves. It's like crack cocaine to them. I, for one, like sticking it to them. That is one of the reasons I like Roger Stone and particularly the news of his commutation. It makes them crazy. So that's my final thought about Roger Stone for this post... But not my final thought about Roger Stone... Michael
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    As followup. The full statement from The White House Office of the Press Secretary: Subject: Statement from the Press Secretary Regarding Executive Grant of Clemency for Roger Stone, Jr. The following quote from that document is part of the elbow slamming into the throat of the Deep State I mention in my previous post. Guess what that means? Michael
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    Pleas please please let this happen. Michael
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    The article /slideshow kept crashing toward the end. Did they discuss furin? It’s speculated that this particular virus has seemingly “corrected” encoding that enables cleaving with human furin , which is weird because bat proteins are different. Regardless the origins of this virus , it seems the biological threat is nothing compared to political/governmental threat to life.(not to mention liberty and the pursuit of happiness, the stuff of life ). Weird , right?
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    The Dream The left is crowing because, according to them, the Supreme Court said President Trump has to turn over his tax records to the New York DA. He's done for now. Now it's gonna happen. Finally they can get rid of him. Finally they've got him in a trap he can't get out of. Just wait. Just wait. The Reality Well, waiting is what they are going to have to do. The Supreme Court decision did not say President Trump had to turn over his tax records. It said the House made a bullshit case, so the case has to go back to the lower courts to put in what it left out, annnnnnnnnnnnnnnd the House ain't gonna see President Trump's tax records before November. And it said, for the New York DA case, the President does not have absolute immunity from subpoena (which was a bullshit claim by Trump's team as a delay tactic), that the President is not above the law, so they are going to have to bicker about things more in the lower courts, annnnnnnnnnnnnnd the NY DA ain't gonna see President Trump's tax records before November. What it means President Trump knows his tax records will eventually become public. He just didn't want them public before reelection so they can't be used as election propaganda. Now that he got what he wanted, and the anti-Trumpers lost everything in terms of what value his tax records had for them, I doubt anyone will pursue this issue further with any enthusiasm at all. Also, that thing about the President not being immune from subpoenas might get picked up and used to get financial records from former President Obama and his main peeps. Michael
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    Got anything on how a bill becomes a law?
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    In other 'bad cold' news ...
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    Reptilian pea-brain Jon falls for a hoax. He shows a graph – obviously contrived and slapdash-- with fake numbers of human trafficking arrests for the Trump years. The graph’s numbers for 2018 and 2019 are more than triple and near triple, respectively, the official counts given by the ICE division which reports human trafficking arrests. (The numbers shown for the Obama years match the official ones.) The wishes of the Trump-infatuated don’t magically transform fake numbers into accurate ones.
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    Kanye spent some time with Forbes ... Kanye West Says He’s Done With Trump—Opens Up About White House Bid, Damaging Biden And Everything In Between
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    Interesting. Then everyone who pushed it is suspect, starting with RFK, Jr., I believe, who would know the updated info all along.
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    Beginning to test the people's responses to tyranny. Do those in the buildings resist? Do citizens not subject to this lockdown intervene? Learning and practicing for when they release the next bug as pretext for total police state? Food rationing. Necessary? Or normalization of it for near future, much more intense, false flag mass imprisonments?
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    Klaatu: I am leaving soon, and you will forgive me if I speak bluntly. The universe grows smaller every day, and the threat of aggression by any group, anywhere, can no longer be tolerated. There must be security for all or no one is secure. Now, this does not mean giving up any freedom except the freedom to act irresponsibly. Your ancestors knew this when they made laws to govern themselves and hired policemen to enforce them. We of the other planets have long accepted this principle. We have an organization for the mutual protection of all planets and for the complete elimination of aggression. The test of any such higher authority is, of course, the police force that supports it. For our policemen, we created a race of robots. Their function is to patrol the planets in space ships like this one ?and preserve the peace. In matters of aggression, we have given them absolute power over us; this power can not be revoked. At the first sign of violence, they act automatically against the aggressor. The penalty for provoking their action is too terrible to risk. The result is that we live in peace, without arms or armies, secure in the knowledge that we are free from aggression and war free to pursue more profitable enterprises. Now, we do not pretend to have achieved perfection, but we do have a system, and it works. I came here to give you these facts. It is no concern of ours how you run your own planet. But if you threaten to extend your violence, this Earth of yours will be reduced to a burned-out cinder. Your choice is simple: Join us and live in peace, or pursue your present course and face obliteration. We shall be waiting for your answer; the decision rests with you.
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    And send me a check. I'll do all the work! --Scamster
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    btw - Scott has a bug up his ass about President Trump's Mount Rushmore speech being called "unifying." He thinks there are many who don't feel unified by American history, so presenting American history is not effective persuasion. He doesn't see the erasure of history as a bad thing. And he thinks statues have no value at all, symbolic or otherwise. I think I got all that right from the recent videos of him I've watched. It's one of his weirder positions, seeing how he claims to be an expert at persuasion. Michael
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    Jon, Scott has a leftie side that blinds him at times. (For example, he thinks men weightlifters who become trans should be allowed to compete in official sports events against real women. Why? Because not all women are small. Blah blah blah...) But, to the crux of his presupposition, President Trump's campaign is defending the American way of life. That could be considered backward-looking. (To me it isn't. Defense against an organized attack is present-looking and future-looking to me.) But one thing is not backward looking even in impression: Rebuilding America's Economy. How is Rebuilding America's Economy and making it even greater than before not future-oriented? If I thought about this a little, I could come up with a bunch of things. Besides, if Kanye West did run for real, many of the blacks who like him like President Trump. So if they migrated their vote to Kanye, how would that help President Trump? This is not one of Scott's best moments. Michael
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    The enemy that coordinated the mass casualty event is in control of most of the systems that generate data about the world that we mistakenly accept as base-level facts.
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    Why are people still using any of these statistics? Has anyone come up with any alternatives for measuring the virus' impact on countries that is perhaps harder to manipulate than the absolute numbers?
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    When he says, "Why are the press running medicine?" it makes me wonder how many leftists will even comprehend what he's saying. I think a lot of people are literally that far gone that they wouldn't even recognize the risks, let alone the blatantly corrupt actions, of this informal hierarchy of "legitimate" information. I wonder is you asked a leftist, "When has the media EVER agreed with Trump?" and if they would even know what the point of the question was. If they agreed with Trump very rarely, you'd have some evidence that it wasn't purely politics, but if they NEVER agree with Trump? It's truly shocking what they've been able to get away with.
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    Both of his statistical claims are vague and false. The USA's 7-day average of daily deaths are down about 77% since the peak (link). Does "fatality rate" mean deaths per million population or deaths/cases? Either way, his claim is false. If it is deaths per million population, the USA's is 7th highest in the world for countries with more than 10 million population (link). If it is death/cases, the USA's is pretty good, but S. Korea's and Taiwan's are far lower.
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    In the first nine seconds of this video Trump is asked about his remark about slowing down testing. His response was “I don’t kid.” Will subjectivists MSK and Jon still try to twist and mangle “I don’t kid” into “I was joking” or “It was humor”?
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    Jon, I don't feel bad for them and I do hope it hurts them over and over and over. That's a quip, but it's not--not really. I am actually being kind when I say that. I gave up crack cocaine. Had I not done that, I would be dead right now. The only way I managed to do that was to have people around me who did not feel bad for me when I fucked up. They listened, but they did not feel bad for me. And they let me know that it will continue to hurt over and over and over. Each time. They also said I had no one to blame but myself for allowing myself to continue. That there was a path out, but I had to be the one who took it. They couldn't take it for me. Those were the kindest people--to me in my life--I ever knew. Michael
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    Social media was alight with excited progressives mistakenly thinking this is a change away from how elections have been conducted for generations now. Reactions make clear they think popular vote over electoral college was in some way promoted by the ruling. I really do feel bad, because being them, it must hurt, over and over and over and
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    Big win in the Supreme Court for the Electoral College today. And it was unanimous. Supreme Court rules against 'faithless' electors Here's another article. Supreme Court: Electoral College Must Vote For Their State’s Popular Vote Winner They played games with this in the appeals courts, but the Supreme Court Justices were having none of it. To repeat, unanimous. That's probably why the reporting in the fake news media about this were CYA articles that got little prominence. The Democrats can't game this rule to cheat anymore. That form of cheating, at least, is done. Over. Finished. This is a big deal. Probably the biggest deal that happened in government on this day. It is kinda funny, though. In one of the two cases involved in this Supreme Court decision, three members of the Electoral College were supposed to vote for Hillary Clinton, but instead voted for Colin Powell. Whaaaaat?!!! Yup. Colin Fucking Powell. Michael
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    Here President Trump is talking about the coronavirus and he is not making a quip. Michael
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    " "Coronavirus" is a wider category than the types of coronavirus which produce common cold symptoms. Severe acute respiratory syndrome, which COVID-19 produces in susceptible people, is in a different league of bad from "a bad cold." " I disagree. It looks to me like every other bad cold I saw in my over fifty years. The bad ones killed the old peope like it was the plague. The rest of us got it and called it a bad cold. The kids got it and didn't slow down. Same as today. Bad cold. Indeed, "bad cold" is exaggeration for 9X% of the population. Worldwide hundreds of millions of us have likely already "had" it and it didn't even make us feel sick. Yes, the 2020 Scamdemic is also mass murder on the grounds of keeping people electively out of hospitals which will result in delayed cancer discoveries, for starters, and deaths (2020 Scamdemic murders.) And their emptiness and the layoffs demonstrate that the nation's resources were never going to be stressed by covid, have not even been challenged in the slightest by covid. All their front line stories are bullshit. The staffs at all the hospitals spent the time making Tik-Tok videos and went home with layoff slips.
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    A quip? You believe his remark was witty or clever? Gimmee a break. , ye of unlimited faith in your messiah and your mind-reading. As usual, Jon is clueless, confusing a test for SARS-CoV-2 with a test for antibodies, plus other confusions.
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    Where to put news from the beach? How about here in the sand? About thirty miles north east of me, 15 life guards on or around Rehoboth Beach, Delaware have tested positive for Covid-19 but only 2 of them had symptoms. I am guessing they were all younger people. People with current passes can visit Disney now just to look at what has changed and I think they are opening to the general public “with restrictions” this weekend. When my kids were young we visited Disney in Orlando and we all had a good time. I think I may have gone on a half dozen rides and saw some shows. I doubt the kids missed riding many rides. 2 to 3 inches of rain and flash flooding are expected from a developing tropical disturbance / cyclone which may be named “Fay,” if she gets bad enough. Some computer programs are saying we may get 4 to 5 inches of rain with the storm center around Wallops Island in the morning.
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    Instead of emoting your sadness at my posts, Scumbag, why don't answer even one question about your years-entertained, shitbrained fantasies?
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    Merlin is likely on board with Facebook on this issue. Far more are on board with it than decent, healthy people would imagine. It is not hard to understand why someone would then attempt to belittle, minimize and diminish advancements being made toward the eventual annihilation of all of them. Gaslighting the process of their roundup and disposal, calling it make-believe, is a psychological defense mechanism for these creatures with rapidly closing expiration dates.
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    See the top jacket button? The executioners' bullets are going to enter right about there and just to his left of it.
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    Biden is running a future-oriented campaign? Trump loses unless Kanye decides to run?
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    Merlin is an idiot. Just look at him, here. Elected mass murderers and he only wants to talk about Trump's verbal insensitivity to scared people's feelings. A dumb piece of shit and a moral monster.
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    William, Especially since, in deed rather than word, he ramped the fuck up in testing. He cuts waste and corrupt detours of resources and funds, though, and his critics really hate that. This is how "gotcha only" people think. Target Person: (winking) I'm going to quit. Target Person not only doesn't quit, he goes aboveboard in finishing. Gotcha People: See? See? He said he was going to quit. And people need this... They will suffer without it... And he said he's going to quit! He said it... Right there with his own mouth... Oh! Oh! The heartless brute! Meanwhile, out here in reality, the people who need it get more than expected. Michael
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    Too bad how the Scamdemic brainwashing is no longer working. https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/college-students-busted-throwing-covid-19-parties-infect-all-their-friends These kids understand that if there is any actual bug at all, it is a variant of the common cold.