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Posted in: Deaths pass 1,900 in New York; Cuomo calls those who won't stay at home 'selfish' See in context

The biggest joke is people who make blanket statements.

Cuomo did a Donny. Glad to see our hyper partisans admitting Donny started late, downplayed it, and continues to contradict the experts.

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Posted in: Deaths pass 1,900 in New York; Cuomo calls those who won't stay at home 'selfish' See in context

Of course the polls don’t report the facts of Big D being a failed businessperson, having bankrupted six companies, and having ran a fraudulent university.

Just to be clear, we trust polls now, correct?

Every modern president has seen their approval surge after significant national crises, although those bumps have diminished in size in recent administrations, as the country’s politics became more polarized. President Barack Obama gained just 7 points after U.S. forces killed Osama bin Laden in 2011. The rally-round-the-flag effect is also often fleeting. President Jimmy Carter’s approval nearly doubled in 1979 when Iran seized American hostages, but as the crisis dragged on for more than a year, Carter’s approval plummeted and he lost reelection.

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Posted in: Trump casts doubt on Chinese coronavirus figures See in context

China didn’t “do” this. The coronavirus arose on its own.

Every modern president has seen their approval surge after significant national crises, although those bumps have diminished in size in recent administrations, as the country’s politics became more polarized. President Barack Obama gained just 7 points after U.S. forces killed Osama bin Laden in 2011. The rally-round-the-flag effect is also often fleeting. President Jimmy Carter’s approval nearly doubled in 1979 when Iran seized American hostages, but as the crisis dragged on for more than a year, Carter’s approval plummeted and he lost reelection.

November is a long way away for a president that constantly runs his mouth and can’t be listened to during a crisis. This temporary bump in approval will fade.

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Posted in: Gun background checks smash records amid coronavirus fears See in context

People don’t trust the government because they know the president is completely incompetent.

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Posted in: Trump casts doubt on Chinese coronavirus figures See in context

Can we trust the US intelligence agencies? What say you, Trump Supporters?? (You are the ones that have told us to ignore the president and you’ve cast aspersions on the intelligence community in the past, so you must be able to tell us if we can trust the intelligence community now.)

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Posted in: Russian plane with coronavirus medical gear lands in U.S. See in context

Remember when conservatives understood that Russia is a threat to the US? It’s back when conservatives had values and gave lip service to being fiscally responsible.

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Posted in: Gun background checks smash records amid coronavirus fears See in context

It makes sense that people don’t trust the government given Constantly Lyin Donny is in charge and he downplayed this situation and continues a to contradict the experts.

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Posted in: Russia sending medical supplies to help U.S. fight coronavirus See in context

*Since

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Posted in: Russia sending medical supplies to help U.S. fight coronavirus See in context

Yes, close:

https://www.google.com/amp/s/abcnews.go.com/amp/Politics/years-mitt-romney-finally-credit-warnings-russia/story%3fid=61330530

*To cosmopolitan liberals**, it is Russia that serves as America’s chief geopolitical adversary. Even in Russia’s weakened and impoverished state, they fear the deftness with which its operatives act in connivance with illiberal elements in the world’s diverse market democracies to undermine them from within. Nationalist conservatives see rising Chinese power as the far graver threat to American interests, and they are increasingly open to wielding the power of the state to resist and counter Beijing’s depredations, despite the cost to economic freedom that may well result.*

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.theatlantic.com/amp/article/572479/

Somce we know liberals are far smarter than conservatives, well . . .

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Posted in: Russia sending medical supplies to help U.S. fight coronavirus See in context

Russia is as much a geopolitical enemy of the United States as China is.

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Posted in: Trump says 'life and death' at stake in following guidelines See in context

I hope all of you and your loved ones stay safe love.

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Posted in: Early divisions as Congress weighs next help for economy See in context

We now know Newsweek and polls are credible to Bass. This should be fun moving forward.

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Posted in: Early divisions as Congress weighs next help for economy See in context

Newsweek isn’t a credible source according to our Donny Fans. Of course, they determine whether something is credible based on whether the source is for not against Donny. Zero integrity.

The concern was corporate execs pocket money and the reply was about SNAP. Someone has no understanding of relevance. Smh.

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Posted in: Parents get virus jitters as their child-care leave nears end See in context

Please stop asking the government to control your lives

Nobody is.

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Posted in: U.S. death toll eclipses China's as reinforcements head to New York See in context

Why would anyone claim that “the healthcare” isn’t stopping the virus? That’s just silly. Almost as silly as Donny’s Fans being worried about fiscal responsibility.

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Posted in: Early divisions as Congress weighs next help for economy See in context

That just comes with the territory, not all corporations do it, but it’s more complicated than that, but worrying about it won’t stop it.

In other words, we should just let corporate execs continue to rip off everyone. This is the issue with conservatives, they never want anyone except liberals to be responsible.

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Posted in: Early divisions as Congress weighs next help for economy See in context

No! Not additional money for SNAP?! We don’t want any stimulus going to the needy! It should all go to the wealthy because they don’t need it!!!

As if Two Trillion Dollar Deficit Donny and his Fans actually care about fiscal responsibility. Let’s keep the intellectual dishonesty for after 11:00, okay?

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Posted in: Parents get virus jitters as their child-care leave nears end See in context

Japan is on a quest to turn everything in the world into a cute manga cartoon.

It speaks volumes about their level of intellectual sophistication.

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Posted in: Virus-linked fraud schemes cost U.S. consumers nearly $5 mil See in context

How many of these frauds have been perpetrated by Donny’s Fans:

Alex Jones

Jim Bakker

Kenneth Copeland

How many of Donny’s Fams have been downplaying the seriousness of this situation:

Rush Limbaugh

Sean Hannity

Donald Trump

The excellence we’ve come to expect from conservatives, and Donny Fans in particular.

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Posted in: Russia sending medical supplies to help U.S. fight coronavirus See in context

This is good news. We all need to be working together to tackle this issue. It would be great if republicans understand this and stopped obstructing the democrats in their attempts to help the American people.

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Posted in: U.S. death toll eclipses China's as reinforcements head to New York See in context

Meanwhile, right now Pres. Trump is on TV talking about how much higher the death toll would have been had he not responded as soon as he did, which begs the question How many more people would have been saved had Trump not spent the first month of this crisis saying everything was fine and not to worry about anything?

BINGO!

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Posted in: Parents get virus jitters as their child-care leave nears end See in context

Don’t worry, there are now manga-style ads about the coronavirus so Japanese people will be able to understand what is going on because reading like the rest of the adults in the world is difficult:

https://soranews24.com/2020/04/01/japan-releases-manga-style-coronavirus-ads/

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Posted in: U.S. death toll eclipses China's as reinforcements head to New York See in context

But President Trump said it was all under control

Im not certain if you’ve come to realize this, but Donny says a lot of things and very few of them are accurate or truthful. It’s to the point with this crisis that his ardent fans are telling us to just ignore him and listen to the experts. Isn’t it great that we have to decide when to ignore the president in a crisis?

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Posted in: Early divisions as Congress weighs next help for economy See in context

Republicans are already obstructing the next round of assistance to the American people. They have zero ideas of how to help, so obstruct. Smh.

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Posted in: North Korea slams Pompeo and says will 'walk our way' See in context

Fail. I asked you when NK last had a nuclear test. Which was the issue had everyone concerned. Still waiting.

And I told you there were more metrics of Donny being worthless.

Fail. I asked you when Donny said he had "the DRKP under control", which is what you claimed. Please stop changing topics. And yes, both the nuclear tests and the nuclear threats have stopped. Have they not?

Fail. I never said Donny used those exact words.

Sorry. Not interested in playing your game of gotcha.

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Posted in: North Korea slams Pompeo and says will 'walk our way' See in context

Can you tell us when Donny said "he had the DPRK under control" and what exactly he said? I am waiting.

*Just landed - a long trip, but everybody can now feel much safer than the day I took office. There is no longer a Nuclear Threat from North Korea. Meeting with Kim Jong Un was an interesting and very positive experience. North Korea has great potential for the future!*

Donny tweet.

When is the last time the DPRK had a nuclear test explosion? When is the last time the DPRK threatened to nuke the US?

Give it your best shot.

Those aren’t the only two measurements of how Donny has failed on North Korea:

North Korea launched new missiles on Wednesday morning, illustrating the little progress Donald Trump made with Kim Jong Un during bilateral talks.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.businessinsider.com/north-koreas-new-missile-trump-failiure-kim-2019-10%3famp

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Posted in: North Korea slams Pompeo and says will 'walk our way' See in context

Yeah! Ignore the president and listen to the expert. You can’t expect to be able to listen to the president in a time of crisis.

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Posted in: North Korea slams Pompeo and says will 'walk our way' See in context

So, which polls are we looking at and are they credible all the time or only when they support you?

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Posted in: 33 sports voted unanimously on new Olympic dates See in context

These morons had a chance to push the Olympics back by a month to alleviate concern over the heat and humidity, but chose not to. Yikes.

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Posted in: Countries crack down on basic rights amid virus pandemic See in context

If govts had of stepped up and refused entry from anyone who had come from an infected area back in January or even february the situation would be very different now.

Normal life and basic freedoms would have prevailed.

World leaders are responsible for this terrible mess through their inaction and dithering trying be too damn correct.

Pure speculation.

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