1. #61221
    Quote Originally Posted by UnifiedDivide View Post
    Trump's madness has started. He believes himself to be God, I think.
    Wait...vote to oblivion. They're bad for our country. That sounds more like veiled threats of violence than anything else.
    “You're not to be so blind with patriotism that you can't face reality. Wrong is wrong, no matter who does it or says it.”― Malcolm X

  2. #61222
    Quote Originally Posted by Captain N View Post
    Wait...vote to oblivion. They're bad for our country. That sounds more like veiled threats of violence than anything else.
    From Trump? Naaaaah, there is no way anyone could possibly take those comments that way!

    What's that? Plot to kidnap a governor? Oh....

  3. #61223
    Quote Originally Posted by UnifiedDivide View Post
    Trump's madness has started. He believes himself to be God, I think.
    Don't be silly.
    He is above God !
    He is like "Elder god", "High God", "God of Gods".
    He created Gods.

  4. #61224
    I want to tell people again, don;t link Trump tweets. Take a screen shot or something or copy and paste the text.

    Every time he gets hit on his twitter he's happy. Don't make Trump happy.

  5. #61225
    Quote Originally Posted by UnifiedDivide View Post
    Trump's madness has started. He believes himself to be God, I think.
    I like how I look over and Candace Owens is trending. And I look at it to see what the Hitler Defending Bitch is saying now, and apparently she was at this Covid super spreading event, and she paid black people to be there, and to wear bullshit #Blexit stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by postman1782 View Post
    I like how I look over and Candace Owens is trending. And I look at it to see what the Hitler Defending Bitch is saying now, and apparently she was at this Covid super spreading event, and she paid black people to be there, and to wear bullshit #Blexit stuff.
    How else are you supposed to show how much you care about Black people by taking the most at-risk demographic for COVID to an active hotspot which just had a superspreader event less than a month ago?

    I hate grifters.
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  7. #61227
    Quote Originally Posted by Elegiac View Post
    How else are you supposed to show how much you care about Black people by taking the most at-risk demographic for COVID to an active hotspot which just had a superspreader event less than a month ago?

    I hate grifters.
    Especially for a part of the country that is what? 4 Times more likely to die from the virus? Yeah, I hope they don't go infecting the rest of their communities if they get infected.

  8. #61228
    This man, President of the United States of America, is absolutely off his fucking rocker.



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    Quote Originally Posted by postman1782 View Post
    I like how I look over and Candace Owens is trending. And I look at it to see what the Hitler Defending Bitch is saying now, and apparently she was at this Covid super spreading event, and she paid black people to be there, and to wear bullshit #Blexit stuff.
    Aaaah, so that's what those blue shirts were about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by postman1782 View Post
    Especially for a part of the country that is what? 4 Times more likely to die from the virus? Yeah, I hope they don't go infecting the rest of their communities if they get infected.
    It's also a Hatch Act violation, lol.

    The Truth and Reconciliation Commission is gonna have its hands full.
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  10. #61230
    Quote Originally Posted by UnifiedDivide View Post
    This man, President of the United States of America, is absolutely off his fucking rocker.

    You underestimating him a little. this is not crazy babbling, it is a willful enflaming of his base. Its also likely not even him posting as there's no way he would say "Castro-Chavistas". He has no idea what that would be describing.

    Also, props for not posting a link to it!!!!!

  11. #61231
    Quote Originally Posted by UnifiedDivide View Post
    This man, President of the United States of America, is absolutely off his fucking rocker.



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    Aaaah, so that's what those blue shirts were about.
    https://twitter.com/TitusNation/stat...97668616126464

    Yeah, Christopher Titus, a comedian, just roasted her there.

    Also, what the shit is this?

    https://twitter.com/girlsreallyrule/...02339229683713

    He was "watching down over people"? Pelosi better invoke the 25th soon.

  12. #61232
    Quote Originally Posted by Egomaniac View Post
    Yeah, any steps you take to protect yourself against Covid will also help protect you from the flu. But with so many people insisting that those protections are somehow violating their rights... who knows what the actual result will be.
    There may be areas where activities taken to reduce the threat of the virus will also protect people from the flu. Wisconsin is not one of those areas.

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/wisconsin...143650745.html

    Title: Wisconsin is battling America's worst coronavirus outbreak, and the state's broken politics are partly to blame

    Excerpts:

    Look at a map of daily COVID-19 cases in the U.S. Most of the Northeast and West Coast is yellow, indicating limited spread. The numbers across the Southeast tend to be moderate, or orange. Move into the Upper Midwest and more red hot spots start to appear.

    And then there’s one state that’s covered in crimson: Wisconsin.

    Right now Wisconsin is battling the worst coronavirus outbreak in America. The question is why. What about Wisconsin is different from, say, the neighboring states of Michigan, Minnesota and Illinois, where the virus isn’t spreading nearly as fast?

    The answer, at least in part, is politics: specifically, the brand of cavalier, it-will-go-away politics propagated by President Trump and parroted by lower-level Republicans who seem hell-bent on resisting efforts to sustain social distancing and mask wearing when the spread is still low enough to contain — and in Wisconsin’s case, who continue to resist even after infections spiral out of control.
    The gist is, the virus numbers coming out of Wisconsin are bad, and this is not an accident or something random.

    Next week Wisconsin officials plan to open a 530-bed field hospital at the state fairgrounds to keep COVID-19 patients from flooding heath care facilities, which Democratic Gov. Tony Evers recently characterized as being “on the brink” of collapse.

    “We hoped this day wouldn’t come,” Evers lamented. “But unfortunately, Wisconsin is in a much different, more dire place today. ... There’s no other way to put it: We are overwhelmed.”
    They need field hospitals to hold all of patients they have.

    The most disturbing thing about Wisconsin’s outbreak is that it didn’t have to be this bad. NBC described the problem as “political trench warfare between the Democratic governor and the Republicans who control the state Legislature.” That’s technically accurate, but it also makes it sound like both sides are defending equally sensible positions aimed at preventing the spread of COVID-19.

    They’re not. On the one hand, Evers has repeatedly tried to do everything in his power to contain the pandemic. On the other, Republicans have repeatedly challenged Evers’s authority and thwarted his efforts, blocking the sort of basic public-health measures other states have enacted while touting themselves as champions of “individual liberty.”

    The first and perhaps most consequential of these skirmishes came in the spring, when the Legislature’s Republican leaders filed a lawsuit arguing that Evers’s “safer at home” order would leave the state’s economy “in shambles” — even though it was no stricter than dozens of other shelter-in-place orders in effect across the country. On May 13 the state’s Supreme Court, which was also controlled by conservatives, sided with the GOP and overturned the order. Evers was not pleased, telling CNN that the court’s ruling “puts our state into chaos.”

    “Now we have no plan and no protections for the people of Wisconsin,” the governor said. “When you have more people in a small space — I don’t care if it’s bars, restaurants or your home — you’re going to be able to spread the virus. And so now, today, thanks to the Republican legislators who convinced four Supreme Court justices to not look at the law but [to] look at their political careers, I guess, it’s a bad day for Wisconsin.”

    “It’s the Wild West,” he added.
    Basically, Governor Evers, a democrat, put into place attempts to control the pandemic. Republicans turned to the courts to overrule these attempts. Republicans won the court cases.

    This relentless campaign to delegitimize pandemic precautions as partisan overreach comes with a cost. It discourages compliance. It disincentivizes enforcement. And it preemptively restricts the government’s ability to address a worsening crisis.
    And so basically Wisconsin right now is where Georgia was a few months ago. Georgia led efforts to make the virus as strong as possible based on the work of Governor Kemp to block virus protection policies. He has since backed off, and Georgia's numbers are getting much better.

    Now, in Wisconsin, republican legislators and republican courts are continuing Kemp's work blocking anything Evers tries to do try to control the virus. They have been wildly successful in their political victories, and all of Wisconsin is paying the price. Trump's recent antics will no doubt inspire Wisconsin republicans to double down on their destructive political activities.

  13. #61233
    Quote Originally Posted by postman1782 View Post
    Also, what the shit is this?

    https://twitter.com/girlsreallyrule/...02339229683713

    He was "watching down over people"? Pelosi better invoke the 25th soon.
    Yeah. If ever there was a time to link some Monty Python....


  14. #61234
    Quote Originally Posted by Omega10 View Post
    There may be areas where activities taken to reduce the threat of the virus will also protect people from the flu. Wisconsin is not one of those areas.
    I mean more on a personal level. Things like washing your hands, wearing masks, social distancing, etc...all work to limit the spread of the flu as well as covid.

    But that does require that people actually engage in these preventative behaviours.

  15. #61235
    Candace Owens is legitimately infectious human waste.

  16. #61236
    Quote Originally Posted by Valkyrst View Post
    Candace Owens is legitimately infectious human waste.
    What did she do this time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by s_bushido View Post
    What did she do this time?
    Trump's latest Hatch Act violation is another "BLEXIT" rally being hosted by Candace Owens (who has reportedly been paying attendees to be there) at the White House, despite it being an active COVID hot spot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elegiac View Post
    Trump's latest Hatch Act violation is another "BLEXIT" rally being hosted by Candace Owens (who has reportedly been paying attendees to be there) at the White House, despite it being an active COVID hot spot.
    They had like 200 people there and I was not surprised to see how many white people were in the crowd.
    I had become too accustomed to the pseudo-Left new style, whereby if your opponent thought he had identified your lowest possible motive, he was quite certain that he had isolated the only real one. This vulgar method, which is now the norm and the standard in much non-Left journalism as well, is designed to have the effect of making any noisy moron into a master analyst.
    - Christopher Hitchens

  19. #61239
    Quote Originally Posted by downnola View Post
    They had like 200 people there and I was not surprised to see how many white people were in the crowd.
    Was it just 200? They were claiming it was thousands. As per usual.

  20. #61240
    Quote Originally Posted by Elegiac View Post
    Trump's latest Hatch Act violation is another "BLEXIT" rally being hosted by Candace Owens (who has reportedly been paying attendees to be there) at the White House, despite it being an active COVID hot spot.
    ah...well...at the very least most of them seem to have worn masks. Even if they were packed in there like sardines.

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