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    Quote Originally Posted by Breccia View Post
    Trump to spend Thanksgiving in the White House bunker, crying like a bitch.

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    Impeached by House, trial by Senate, yes.
    Well damn, there goes the plan of changing the locks while he's out of town for the holidays.

  2. #61382
    Quote Originally Posted by Breccia View Post
    Before @Benggaul posts the numbers, let's talk about North Dakota.

    It's fucking itself to death.

    If North Dakota was a country, it would have the highest COVID mortality rate in the world.
    And South Dakota is #3 in the world. Covid cases are spreading like crazy in every single states. Hospital beds are full. Healthcare workers are exhausted. Meanwhile, the president is sulking, the vice president is busy campaigning in GA, the white house is totally paralyzed. The Covid task force is not allowed to share info with Biden. In fact, the next incoming administration is completely shut out of the loop on everything.

    This is so stupid. Eighteen (18) US states are in the top 50 Covid hotspots with the highest mortality rate in the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaleredar View Post
    I had assumed it would all be this... vague hearsay that he can allege he was told to avoid facing legal repercussions when it’s found out to be utter bullshit
    While it might avoid legal repercussions 'vague hearsay' also gets thrown out really quick, so its completely useless.
    It ignores such insignificant forces as time, entropy, and death

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirBeef View Post
    Fucking chud. Hey conservaturds, this is your god.
    In Trump's world, there is only loyalty to Trump.

    I wonder who will realize they're next before they're next?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cubby View Post
    Jeez too close for comfort, but glad Kamala got her vote in, cause iirc lamar alexander was against it, but wasn't gonna be there? maybe he was. Still, good news.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gorsameth View Post
    While it might avoid legal repercussions 'vague hearsay' also gets thrown out really quick, so its completely useless.
    They’re keeping it in the news cycle, getting money from their followers, and probably hoping that volume of lawsuits rather than merit gives them enough... “credence,” let’s say, to keep saying the election was rigged or stolen till the end of time.
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    Kaleredar is right...
    Words to live by.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cubby View Post
    Why would she? The same people are going to be there voting. Those same people who just said "nope".
    Actually the same people won't be there. They only have a couple more days and McSally is gone replaced by Kelly. She ain't getting another vote.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beanman12345 View Post
    Actually the same people won't be there. They only have a couple more days and McSally is gone replaced by Kelly. She ain't getting another vote.
    That's how I was seeing it, too. Kelly showing up soon. Three GOP's voting against it. Seems like it's just not going to happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vegas82 View Post
    C’mon now, everyone is already looking for new jobs. Or contemplating retirement.
    The direct Trump appointees likely aren't. If they get caught looking for a job with the only thing on their resume being "Worked for Trump" they'll be fired.

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    since the thread title was changed from shitshow can it be changed now to The Donald Trump memorial thread?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnysensible View Post
    since the thread title was changed from shitshow can it be changed now to The Donald Trump memorial thread?
    Well besides the fact that he provoked Iran while firing both the head of CISA and also Esper, and is seconds from firing the head of the FBI and/pr the CIA, plus is screaming into his phone while suffering the after-effects of COVID on a 350-pound frame...it might literally be.

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    https://www.politico.com/news/2020/1...vid-ads-437183

    And the "feel good" PR campaign that they couldn't get any celebrities anyone gives a shit to sign on for to combat people being sad during a pandemic is well and truly dead. Good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edge- View Post
    And the "feel good" PR campaign that they couldn't get any celebrities anyone gives a shit to sign on for to combat people being sad during a pandemic is well and truly dead. Good.
    This might literally be the first I've heard of it. Sad.

    EDIT: So...is this yet another contract they signed that Trump won't pay them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Winter Blossom View Post
    So I’m thinking what Trump is trying to do, when he made the decision to pull troops outta Afghanistan, is to make it so more chaos runs amok there, forcing Biden to have to send far more troops there than we had before, prompting the US public to immediately assume Biden sent us straight to war, more debt, etc.

    This plan would immediately paint Biden in a negative way, and it’s probably also why Trump wanted to start shit with Iran right before he leaves office.
    Very likely. The few people who are actually still loyal to Trump are probably whispering in his ear, telling him ways in which he could fuck over the next administration before he ever leaves office.

    Many of us thought that Trump leaving office would be the end of it, but I foresee at least 4 years of Trump's cult hanging off of his every word as he continues to tweet falsehoods about the Biden presidency.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Winter Blossom View Post
    This plan would immediately paint Biden in a negative way, and it’s probably also why Trump wanted to start shit with Iran right before he leaves office.
    Maybe.

    Too bad McConnell is on the record as saying "this was a bad idea" and that's the end of that plan.

  17. #61397
    157,261 new cases...and here I would normally say how much more it is than the week before except this time there's some confusion.

    When I first reported it last Tuesday there were 135,574, so the difference would be about 22k more. However that was without the numbers from Nebraska and Missouri as they were both late. The total was later updated to just shy of 145k after the late numbers from Missouri and Nebraska came in, which would mean a difference of about 12k now. But again Nebraska is reporting late so that's throwing off the count once again (it would probably bring it to 16-17k once updated). I'm inclined to go with my initial "22k" number just for consistency's sake, but in any case it's less of an increase this week than it was last week by a decent amount, so let's take that as a small victory, hmm?

    Top 20:

    Illinois: 12,601 new cases; 113 deaths
    Texas: 10,678 new cases; 117 deaths
    California: 8,397 new cases; 30 deaths
    Michigan: 7,886 new cases; 80 deaths
    Fuck Florida.
    Wisconsin: 7,090 new cases; 92 deaths (new record)
    Ohio: 7,079 new cases; 30 deaths
    Minnesota: 5,931 new cases; 26 deaths
    Pennsylvania: 5,721 new cases; 38 deaths
    Missouri: 5,630 new cases; 56 deaths
    Indiana: 5,463 new cases; 89 deaths
    New York: 5,167 new cases; 25 deaths
    Georgia: 4,335 new cases; 41 deaths
    Colorado: 4,331 new cases; 30 deaths
    New Jersey: 4,140 new cases; 38 deaths
    North Carolina: 3,288 new cases; 38 deaths
    Utah: 3,178 new cases; 9 deaths
    Iowa: 3,039 new cases; 37 deaths (new record)
    Arizona: 2,984 new cases; 10 deaths
    Kentucky: 2,911 new cases; 33 deaths (new record)

    Other states with new records in new cases or deaths: New Mexico, Idaho, Wyoming and Maine.

    Very few records compared to the start of last week, but we're still seeing the start of a slew of new records for deaths and I'm anticipating this being just an anomalous blip in the curve. Many states are now starting to come around and implement stronger measures to combat the spread of the virus, but given that that just started happening in the past week for the most part we'll still likely see the growth continue drastically through this week. I still expect us to pass 200k by the end of the week. I'd love to be wrong.

    1,615 deaths is a bit under 150 more than last Tuesday and puts us in about the range I predicted. 254,255 is the new total. Illinois is bending under the weight of the new cases. Several states will have a hard week ahead. 38 states reported double-digit (or more) death totals.

    Related news:

    Midwestern governors share bipartisan message on COVID-19 safety over holidays--Cute, but the sincerity of some of them might be called into question given their past positions.

    South Dakota coronavirus: The state is grappling with the nation's highest positivity rate--I mentioned this yesterday. Kristi Noem is taking a page from Trump's book on how to murder their constituents.

    Black, Latino and Native American people being hospitalized with COVID-19 at roughly 4 times rate of white counterparts--I guess we know why Trump and the GOP don't seem to give much of a shit.

    Stay safe, folks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benggaul View Post
    1,615 deaths
    So...2,000 a day by month's end, full 3k by new year?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Breccia View Post
    So...2,000 a day by month's end, full 3k by new year?
    The first...possibly. Probably. The latter? I sincerely hope not but secretly fear it.

  20. #61400
    Quote Originally Posted by Benggaul View Post
    157,261 new cases...and here I would normally say how much more it is than the week before except this time there's some confusion.

    When I first reported it last Tuesday there were 135,574, so the difference would be about 22k more. However that was without the numbers from Nebraska and Missouri as they were both late. The total was later updated to just shy of 145k after the late numbers from Missouri and Nebraska came in, which would mean a difference of about 12k now. But again Nebraska is reporting late so that's throwing off the count once again (it would probably bring it to 16-17k once updated). I'm inclined to go with my initial "22k" number just for consistency's sake, but in any case it's less of an increase this week than it was last week by a decent amount, so let's take that as a small victory, hmm?

    Top 20:

    Illinois: 12,601 new cases; 113 deaths
    Texas: 10,678 new cases; 117 deaths
    California: 8,397 new cases; 30 deaths
    Michigan: 7,886 new cases; 80 deaths
    Fuck Florida.
    Wisconsin: 7,090 new cases; 92 deaths (new record)
    Ohio: 7,079 new cases; 30 deaths
    Minnesota: 5,931 new cases; 26 deaths
    Pennsylvania: 5,721 new cases; 38 deaths
    Missouri: 5,630 new cases; 56 deaths
    Indiana: 5,463 new cases; 89 deaths
    New York: 5,167 new cases; 25 deaths
    Georgia: 4,335 new cases; 41 deaths
    Colorado: 4,331 new cases; 30 deaths
    New Jersey: 4,140 new cases; 38 deaths
    North Carolina: 3,288 new cases; 38 deaths
    Utah: 3,178 new cases; 9 deaths
    Iowa: 3,039 new cases; 37 deaths (new record)
    Arizona: 2,984 new cases; 10 deaths
    Kentucky: 2,911 new cases; 33 deaths (new record)

    Other states with new records in new cases or deaths: New Mexico, Idaho, Wyoming and Maine.

    Very few records compared to the start of last week, but we're still seeing the start of a slew of new records for deaths and I'm anticipating this being just an anomalous blip in the curve. Many states are now starting to come around and implement stronger measures to combat the spread of the virus, but given that that just started happening in the past week for the most part we'll still likely see the growth continue drastically through this week. I still expect us to pass 200k by the end of the week. I'd love to be wrong.

    1,615 deaths is a bit under 150 more than last Tuesday and puts us in about the range I predicted. 254,255 is the new total. Illinois is bending under the weight of the new cases. Several states will have a hard week ahead. 38 states reported double-digit (or more) death totals.

    Related news:

    Midwestern governors share bipartisan message on COVID-19 safety over holidays--Cute, but the sincerity of some of them might be called into question given their past positions.

    South Dakota coronavirus: The state is grappling with the nation's highest positivity rate--I mentioned this yesterday. Kristi Noem is taking a page from Trump's book on how to murder their constituents.

    Black, Latino and Native American people being hospitalized with COVID-19 at roughly 4 times rate of white counterparts--I guess we know why Trump and the GOP don't seem to give much of a shit.

    Stay safe, folks.

    https://redstate.com/bonchie/2020/11...fK-qk_B_Y72ois

    Meanwhile this was posted by a guy in Wisconsin who ran for office in a city about 30 mins south of Green Bay. Here are the first few comments.

    Biden come to my house with your body guards and try to stop me from having as many people in my home as I please.I dare you.

    Wake the HELL up Joe. Not in my home. Masks are forbidden from house: gadoccer. And no Covid tests necessary. We're Americans with all rights and liberties protected by the US Constitution. For the love of God, why do people think the US Constitution is paused by an illness? For the many people who are looking forward to the impeachment of Gretchen Witmer (D, gov of Michigan) by the GOP controlled state legislature - after the Michigan Supreme Court ruled Witmer's directives to be unconstitutional - pay attention. Every "blue controlled" state Governor should be similarly impeached.

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