Now that Trump is gone, "DEMOCRATS" cant wait to liberate the Middle east once again. Wars on middle east news gonna take over Covid-19 media frenzy.
Errrr... Trump is still the president. This is not the Democrats.
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The MSMDS is strong with this one. ^
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I guess I read a different article.
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Can’t say I blame them. I wouldn’t either.
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Most people realize the election was a fraud.
Most of less than 50%.
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What percentage of these people voted for Trump? Likely a very high percentage given they are ignoring the experts just like Trump.
It could actually be a direct assault by people like a certain poster here who said it was a good thing that the death rate is increasing because they can now blame Biden.
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NZ is hardly the centre of anything
just the attention of those who can’t stand that a small nation at the bottom of the world can be an example to some others that think they are the center of everything.
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Rudi and the rest of Trump’s crack legal team are holding a press conference on the New Jersey shore today,
maybe it’s about how they’re going to defend themselves from the calls to have them disbarred for bringing the legal system into disrepute.
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Robert, fair to say your point is relevant, apart from the biggest city which has around a million more than the number you gave.
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Why wouldn't you?
1: Allergies or other health concerns that may prevent you from doing so safely.
Only number 1 is legitimate.
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Lol, Trump 2024? No chance. Had he quit with the tantrum and baseless lies I would have said maybe. But not now. I was one who thought the Dems going with Biden was a mistake. Happy to be wrong about that.
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This guy Joe Biden is going to lead 330 million people? What a joke.
Couldn’t be worse than what’s there currently.
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People predicting Trump will be president again are failing to see how much damage he has done to America, the people, and most consequentially for his re-election hopes... the Republicans. So many are aware now.
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Agreed. For me it’s probably more about the history that these articles bring out.
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You cant let the system judge the new team if they arent allowed to move in.
But your comment which follows is trying to do exactly that...
I agree that Biden might be handling the pandemic better, but thats not saying much because now there is a vaccine, that he had nothing to do with.
and it's completely unfair to Biden to suggest that would be any different. What IS different is how they are handling it NOW... and you are correct that Biden is doing a better job of it. TBH though... Trump did pass off the handling of it to Pence and in that regard, maybe we should be looking at Pence as the major failure.
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Since April, yes. Just try to get out for a bit of exercise as much as possible and avoid reading too much into the numbers reported...
and I drink scotch.
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The Trump haters and the msm and tech Gods, be specific now....
Trump's 'irresponsible presidency' was expected by most US citizens including the Trump haters and the msm and tech Gods.
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Yeah, well. I guess the people forgot all that.
No they tried it and realized they made a mistake with the person they chose. That can be forgiven.
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Just an interesting observation... people are criticizing the government (rightfully I believe)... but not one person has defended them using “China virus”... hmmmmm.
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Freedom campers... no worse form of tourist.
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No, I mean when Trump or the next Republican gets in the mess they will have to clean up, there won’t be enough buckets they could ever produce.
Granted... the mess Trump has left might take a long time to clean up, but the Republicans shouldn't have to worry about that when they get back in.
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but to the other half of the nation, quite the opposite.
Half the nation. hahahaha hahaha hahahaha
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As an obedient taxpayer, I defer the answer to the experts at UNESCO's Japan team.
I thought this was them asking for advice.
But really... it doesn't actually need to be very long. For instance, US presidents voluntarily releasing tax returns has only been happening since the '70s, yet that is now considered a tradition. It's not really something that there is a definitive answer to. Once an activity is accepted as the norm, it is tradition. It could be a year or a generation.
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Nobody should be forced to take it against their will.
I agree. Fortunately, rational adults won’t need to be.
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