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  1. There are a lot of good cops out there, the majority,, in fact, but damned few are willing to speak out.
  2. If he didn't gag at always being so close to Trump's sphincter, he's gonna be ok.
  3. Mark Esper Showed a Little Spine After Monday, So We Know His Days Are Numbered The SecDef, after humiliating himself at the parish hall putsch, came out and contradicted Trump and ordered the military home. Nice knowin’ ya. Secretary of Defense Mark Esper did the wrong thing before, days later, he did the right thing. Walking across Lafayette Park cleared by pepper gas and something called pepper-ball projectiles by troops on the order of the Attorney General William Barr, he was summoned to stand with the president, who was giving stage directions for his tableau where he would “dominate” the “battle space.” Esper was not innocent, but he did look flummoxed when Donald Trump pulled a Bible out of Ivanka’s purse and then didn’t read so much as a comforting passage. https://www.thedailybeast.com/mark-esper-showed-a-little-spine-after-monday-so-we-know-his-days-are-numbered?ref=home
  4. Kayleigh McEnany may have committed fraud by voting Florida when living in DC: report White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany listens to a reporter’s question at a White House press briefing Wednesday, May 6, 2020, in the James S. Brady Press Briefing White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany has carried the flag for President Donald Trump’s campaign against mail-in voting, delivering false warnings the process is rife with voter fraud. But McEnany herself may be guilty of the illegal act. And so may be her boss. https://www.alternet.org/2020/06/kayleigh-mcenany-may-have-committed-fraud-by-voting-florida-when-living-in-dc-report/
  5. Despots and would-be despots as well as crap media try to invoke two passions to manipulate people: fear and anger, and anger is always a secondary emotion. In sufficient
  6. Tracker


    The consensus appears to be is that the deaths are not necessarily senescence-related, but due in large part to the warehousing of frail or already ill people in close quarters without adequate medical attention or nosochromial infection control. I take that to mean that if you pack people together as in jails or ghettos, you would get a roughly comparable spike in those residents as well. And it is reported as happening in US jails and Indian ghettos.
  7. It is to be hoped that the "just following orders" defenceworks as well for the rogue cops as it did at Nuremburg.
  8. You may be disappointed.In the past, Democrats have been into the trough about as much as the Republicans and there is a tradition that an incoming administration does not look too long or hard ar the outgoing one.
  9. Trump must be accumulating one hell of an enemies list.
  10. I think Biden would be better served by pointing out all the lies spouted by Trump, but since Biden is prone to gaffes, silence may be the best option. Oh, Bernie and Elizabeth, we miss ye.
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    But you must know that is just fake news, because COVID19 affects only the elderly. According to some.
  12. Authorities seized thousands of dollars of masks intended to shield protesters from COVID-19: report "It appears they want to ensure that people who protest are susceptible to the deadly pandemic," the group says The U.S. Postal Service told a Black Lives Matter-affiliated group that face masks it sent to protect protesters from the new coronavirus were seized by law enforcement, according to a new report. The Movement for Black Lives bought tens of thousands of dollars worth of masks they planned to distribute to protesters marching against George Floyd's death and police brutality across the country, HuffPost reported. But the first shipment of 2,000 masks sent from Oakland to Washington, St. Louis, New York City and Minneapolis never left the state. https://www.salon.com/2020/06/05/authorities-seized-thousands-of-dollars-of-masks-intended-to-shield-protesters-from-covid-19-report/
  13. Family Harassed and Trapped in WA Campsite After Being Accused of Being Antifa Members A multi-racial family who tried to go camping in Forks, Washington were allegedly harassed and threatened by locals who accused them of being antifa members coming to riot. The Spokane family of four told Clallam County sheriff’s deputies that seven or eight carloads of people confronted them in a parking lot on Wednesday when they stopped to buy camping supplies. The family assured the group they were not antifa members but were just camping. At least four cars, some of which appeared to have people carrying semi-automatic rifles, followed the family as they drove to the campsite. As they pitched a tent, the family reported hearing gunshots and power saws. They decided to leave but found trees had been cut down to block the road out. Four local high-school students ended up calling police and using chainsaws to help clear the roadway for the family, the sheriff’s department said in a statement. A cirmnal investigation is underway. https://www.thedailybeast.com/spokane-family-harassed-and-trapped-in-fork-washington-campsite-after-being-accused-of-being-antifa
  14. Trump Shushes Black Reporter Asking What He’s Doing About Systemic Racism During a rambling news conference in which he took a victory lap over last month’s surprising jobs report, President Donald Trump shushed a black reporter for asking how he plans to address systemic racism amid the George Floyd protests. As Trump prepared to sign a PPP reform bill, PBS correspondent Yamiche Alcindor wondered why the president didn’t have a racial inequality-related plan laid out, prompting Trump to put a finger to his lips as he said “shhh.” https://www.thedailybeast.com/trump-shushes-yamiche-alcindor-for-asking-what-hes-doing-about-systemic-racism?ref=home
  15. Would this be "the downfall of Vikings"?
  16. Well, an oval is a perfect shape.
  17. Four—Yes, Four—Texas Republican Party Officials Have Shared Racist George Floyd Posts, Says Report Reuters / Jason Reed Four Republican Party officials in Texas have shared racist Facebook posts about George Floyd and the nationwide protests sparked by his death in police custody, the Texas Tribune reports. The first two—the GOP chairs in Bexar and Nueces counties—reportedly shared a conspiracy theory that Floyd’s death was “staged” to undermine President Trump’s re-election. The third, the GOP chairman-elect in Harris County, Keith Nielsen, reportedly posted an image that showed a Martin Luther King Jr. quote on a background with a banana. The fourth, from Chairwoman of the Comal County GOP Sue Piner, reportedly shared an image of billionaire George Soros with the caption: “I pay white cops to murder black people. And then I pay black people to riot because race wars keep the sheep in line.” Despite some calls to resign from inside the party, all four currently remain in their posts. https://www.thedailybeast.com/four-texas-republican-party-officials-have-shared-racist-george-floyd-posts-says-report?ref=home (Really ugly stuff)
  18. Trump Shares Letter Saying White House Protesters Are 'Terrorists'. The letter also attacks former Defense Secretary Jim Mattis for criticizing the president. President Donald Trump shared a letter on Twitter from one of his attorneys that describes the protesters outside the White House as “terrorists.” Trump said the letter from John Dowd, who represented him during part of the Russia investigation, was “of interest to the American people.” https://www.huffingtonpost.ca/entry/donald-trump-protesters-terrorists_n_5ed9c2e9c5b612748cc65a00?ri18n=true
  19. Conservative journalist caught on video pretending to board up a business for an Instagram pic As protests continue nationwide, some volunteers are coming together to clean up and rebuild areas affected by looting, arson, and vandalism. Worldwide, social media is being used to share images, resources, and views on the issues of racial injustice and the Black Lives Matter movement. Unfortunately, some people are using this time to gain social media popularity and pose as contributing to efforts to rebuild and care for the community. A video of a woman in California pretending to help board up a store window went viral Monday after it was shared on Twitter. “This lady stopped someone boarding up a store in Santa Monica so she could hold the drill for a picture, then drove away. Please don’t do this,” the post read. Commenters including a staff member from The New York Times identified the woman as Fiona Moriarty-McLaughlin, a writer for the conservative Washington Examiner. https://www.alternet.org/2020/06/conservative-journalist-caught-on-tape-pretending-to-board-up-a-business-for-instagram/
  20. Paul Krugman: GOP would ‘cheer on’ Trump if he launched ‘a military coup’ New York Times columnist Paul Krugman on Friday warned that it’s wrong to compare President Donald Trump to President Richard Nixon, on the grounds that Trump is far worse and more dangerous. Krugman acknowledges that there are some similarities between Trump and Nixon, such as their willingness to use racial grievance to gain power and their cavalier attitude toward obeying the law. But Krugman thinks that the biggest difference between Trump and Nixon is that the Republican Party of 2020 is not the same as the Republican Party that pushed Nixon out in 1974. https://www.alternet.org/2020/06/paul-krugman-gop-would-cheer-on-trump-if-he-launched-a-military-coup/
  21. Arrest records and officials contradict Trump's claim that he only went to bunker for "inspection" “It was a false report," Trump claimed. "It was much more for an inspection" President Donald Trump attempted to edit real like an episode of "The Apprentice" by claiming that he was only in the White House bunker amid protests over the death of George Floyd in order to "inspect it." But sources told The Washington Post that the president and his family were rushed to the underground bunker after a group of protesters breached White House barriers, and arrest records also back up those claims. https://www.salon.com/2020/06/04/arrest-records-and-officials-contradict-trumps-claim-that-he-only-went-to-bunker-for-inspection/
  22. ‘Honorable Man’: Former Chief of Staff John Kelly Defends Mattis’ Rebuke of Trump John Kelly, former chief of staff to Donald Trump, defended former Defense Secretary James Mattis’ criticism of the president’s handling of the Black Lives Matter protests sweeping the nation. Kelly also refuted Trump’s claims that he had fired Mattis, who resigned in 2018 because he disagreed with Trump’s decision to pull U.S. troops out of Syria. In his op-ed, Mattis accused Trump of trying to intentionally divide Americans. Trump clapped back at Mattis on Twitter, claiming he had fired Mattis and saying he was “glad” the general was gone. “The president did not fire him. He did not ask for his resignation,” Kelly told The Washington Post. “The president has clearly forgotten how it actually happened or is confused. The president tweeted a very positive tweet about Jim until he started to see on Fox News their interpretation of his letter. Then he got nasty. Jim Mattis is a honorable man.” https://www.thedailybeast.com/former-chief-of-staff-john-kelly-defends-mattis-rebuke-of-trump?ref=home
  23. Bill Barr defends the disturbing refusal of an unmarked secret police force to identify itself CBS News Attorney General Bill Barr is defending his use of an unmarked, unidentified, black-clad heavily-armed paramilitary federal secret police force brandishing riot gear, on the streets of the nation’s capital. Apparently they have been deployed to, as he put it Sunday, “reestablish law and order.” Many across DC have taken to social media, posting photos and video of these mysterious “soldiers” seemingly charged not with protecting the citizenry, but with protecting the federal government from the citizenry.
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