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Mr. Noidall comments

Posted in: Trump brags about high TV ratings for his coronavirus briefings See in context

Are his actions a bit unrefined? Yes.

Does that mean he runs a bad government? No.

Does me think hesa schemin' and connivin' against medical experts and the American people? Not at all.

Do I think democrats would be handling all this more effectively or more honorably? Not by a long shot.

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Posted in: Senate passes $2.2 trillion virus rescue package See in context

Restricts colleges from providing information about illegal aliens

Money for Planned Parenthood

Same-day voter registration

Online voter registration

Wind and Solar credits

Reduction in Airline emissions 

Increased leverage for labor unions

Illuminate US Postal Service debt

Same day voter registration

$35 million to the Kennedy Center

Just gross. It's like they already know it'll be long before they get the whitehouse again; so in the meantime they'll take advantage of the situation and try to implement their sick agenda that way.

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Posted in: Senate passes $2.2 trillion virus rescue package See in context

The measure is the largest economic relief bill in history, and both parties' leaders were desperate for quick passage of a bill aimed at a virus that is costing lives and jobs by the hour.

Not all the way true. Democrats have been holding the bill hostage until they could smuggle in items of their extreme left-wing agenda. Things that are totally unrelated to the relief of damage caused by the virus. Elements of the green new deal. Cancelling all USPS debt. Forced diversity (quotas) in corporate boardrooms. The democrats have been exposed in front of the American people. After three years of their shenanigans you'd think they'd show a lottle shame. But lo and behold. They have none and continue to hurt the country in incalculable terms.

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Posted in: Trump hopes to see U.S. economy reopened by Easter; contradicts warnings of public health officials See in context

This president should be impeached dragged, and tarred and feathered for having the gall to think optimistic and trying to instill a smidgen of hope in the US populace.

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Posted in: Over 1.5 billion globally told to stay home to avoid virus See in context

As we speak, el presidente Trump is very seriously considering ending the lockdown across America within three weeks, basically disregarding medical experts who believe the lockdown should last for months.

Since he knows so much about the coronavirus, who am I to doubt him.

These types of arguments are very trite. I saw the press conferences; Trump and medical experts, according to the experts themselves, are on the same page. For a few hours, for just a few hours, put down the hate for the man.

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Posted in: New Zealand goes on lockdown to fight virus See in context

Better than catching the virus, passing it on and people losing loved ones because of it.

Yep. That's how they usually do it: in the name of national security. And by now the people have been whipped up into a frenzied fear by the media, they'll happily fork over their freedoms.

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Posted in: Mask diplomacy: China tries to rewrite virus narrative See in context

China's mask diplomacy, during this situation, is another example of China's affection for uneven trade deals.

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Posted in: Mask diplomacy: China tries to rewrite virus narrative See in context

It's covid 19. And whilst it may have originated in China, the ordinary people of the country are not responsible.

Yes they are. Eating bats and dogs and anything that moves whether dead or alive couped up in tight confines and not fit for healthy human consumption. Yeah, they're responsible.

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Posted in: Job losses pile up in U.S., Europe as virus shuts businesses See in context

Yes! that's what happens when you lose you work/job or airline companies asking employee's to take 8 weeks leave.

Workers are asked to not come to work for approximately 2 months.

If it continues it could be a problem.

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Posted in: Job losses pile up in U.S., Europe as virus shuts businesses See in context

50 million in worldwide tourist and travelling industry could lose their jobs.

What's worse, a lot of those same folks will lose their incomes.

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Posted in: Job losses pile up in U.S., Europe as virus shuts businesses See in context

Mr. Noidall

Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin 'warns unemployment in the US could hit 20 PERCENT' for the first time since 1935:

The coronavirus is responsible for multiple people getting sick. Travel restrictions are in place. People will be quarantined.

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Posted in: Job losses pile up in U.S., Europe as virus shuts businesses See in context

Millions have lost their gig works and millions more are likely to lose their jobs.

Yeah. That's what the article says.

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Posted in: Trump dubs COVID-19 'Chinese virus' or 'kung flu' despite hate crime risks See in context

I see the problem, Donny’s fans are taking the media’s words out of context to try and make the media look bad. Smh.

I like the way you try.

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Posted in: Trump dubs COVID-19 'Chinese virus' or 'kung flu' despite hate crime risks See in context

Donny’s fans are making the claim that the media was calling it the Chinese virus before Donny; however, they can’t provide any links or quotes. Odd.

https://t.co/ss3kV5smSP

and

https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2020/03/12/media_called_coronavirus_wuhan_or_chinese_coronavirus_dozens_of_times.html

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Posted in: Trump dubs COVID-19 'Chinese virus' or 'kung flu' despite hate crime risks See in context

Sure they have. You just can’t provide any quotes or cites of them doing so, right?

Oh yes they have:

https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2020/03/12/media_called_coronavirus_wuhan_or_chinese_coronavirus_dozens_of_times.html

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Posted in: Spain locks down its citizens, while France shuts nightlife; U.S. expands travel ban to UK, Ireland See in context

And with the wave of a wand governments controll all sporting events, concerts, jobs, schools; they now control your travel movements and whether you can leave your house. Meanwhile, shelves are empty of toilet paper and water. It was so easy for the government to do this simply by virtue of their cohorts the media. Mass panic and hysteria over a virus that pales in comparison to the flu.

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Posted in: Coronavirus to cut foreign visitors' spending in Japan by estimated ¥981.3 bil See in context

The headline is the worst case of anthropomorphism I've seen in a while.

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Posted in: Trump tests negative for coronavirus See in context

They forget that their “media” pilloried Obama for everything he did. 

Inaccurate.

It is worth noting that 60 million Americans got the swine flu and 12,400 died during the Obama administration - the media uttered nary a negative word about his administration. That is the media universe that exists in the US.

Accurate.

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Posted in: Experts foresee Tokyo Games without spectators if virus lingers See in context

Tokyo Games without spectators

Very existential.

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Posted in: Trump, GOP allies move quickly to discredit, attack Biden See in context

The great thing about escaping from the democratic plantation and getting your head right, as I sit here and sip my coffee, is that you can actually decipher what dems mean when they talk. Their antics become very transparent. For example:

“Vladimir Putin doesn’t want me to be president … and Donald Trump doesn’t want me to be the Democratic nominee because he knows I’ll beat him like a drum,”

What this actually means is that Putin would love a senile old man to be president, and Biden's the one who's going take a beating from Trump.

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Posted in: Trump, GOP allies move quickly to discredit, attack Biden See in context

Never read an article that reads, at worst, like an apology for Biden; at best, a campaign ad for Biden. Interesting.

I agree with poster above. Gaff Master Biden will write his own smear campaigns against himself.

I can see endless commercials where Biden is pointing at the audience and saying" listen you pony-faced liar. I don't work for you." Followed at the end by Joe saying, "I'm Joe Biden and I think I remember this message."

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Posted in: Stocks rebound from big losses on hope for U.S. economic aid See in context

No one wants a recession.

I don't know about that. Bill Maher, considered a demigod by many lefties and who share his opinions, said on his tv show that he hopes the economy would go down just to get Trump out of office.

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Posted in: Stocks rebound from big losses on hope for U.S. economic aid See in context

Knowing Trump and his fellow Republican's brand of socialism, it has to be assumed their latest intervention in the 'market' will once again be for the benefit of their backers, the US's richest and their corporations. 

Sure, even though the article mentioned cuts in payroll taxes.

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Posted in: Boston cancels St Patrick's Day parade over virus concerns; New York's to go on See in context

"At a certain point we may say the numbers are telling us something different," he said, adding that it was necessary to find a "balance" between preserving health and safety and "the fact that people's livelihoods matter.

Oh the blatant double standard.

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Posted in: Trump grapples with public health and economic maelstrom See in context

How exactly is reporting Donny’s words and actions “spin”?

No no no. I totally agree. I used a bad choice of words. I know the media is being completely truthful and full of integrity. I should have said every single story that shows Trump as the most vile person ever. All because of his own actions of course. Let me be clear about that. I can't wait for this guy to get dumped out of office so things can just go back to how they were.

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Posted in: Gov't set to revise law allowing Abe to declare state of emergency over virus See in context

If only any Joe blow commentator here criticizing Abe could have been PM. I know they, in their infinite wisdom and experience would have prevented the spread of the virus better than any spread preventer has ever prevented a spread.

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Posted in: Trump defiant as White House is rebuked for coronavirus 'mess' See in context

Do you regard Trump’s words on this outbreak as accurate and to be seen as good leadership in this situation?

I believe Trump's suggestion to remain calm and not panic, which the media have been over zealous in getting people to become, is good leadership. Is Trump always truthful? Of course not. Bit what president has? Is Trump the lesser of the evils? Yes. Is his presidency pulling up the skirt on the dems and exposing who they really are, which is crooked and corrupt, Yes.

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Posted in: Trump defiant as White House is rebuked for coronavirus 'mess' See in context

By listening to him instead of looking and using their OWN judgement.

I'd agree with you but then we'd both be wrong.

But how do you take it for granted that they're not using their own judgment? Are you in secret possession of a mind reading gadget?

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Posted in: Trump defiant as White House is rebuked for coronavirus 'mess' See in context

Very accurate headline. Trump is definitely being defiant in the face of unprecedented hatred and opposition. I guess now the new direction to undermine Trump, since the others failed, will be to wind up the coronavirus issue to a frenetic pitch. As always, the media is close at hand to do their part.

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Posted in: Sanders hits Biden over Social Security, trade, as new U.S. presidential contests loom See in context

Sanders, a U.S. Senator from Vermont, dug deep into Biden’s 40-year record. 

No, Joe's not an establishment politician. He's not a crony. He's not a career politician. He's not remotely part of the democratic party's policies that have created crime-ridden inner cities over the past several decades. He's not a liar. He's not filling his pockets while pretending to care about the people. Even still, in the face of Joe's impeccable record, I prefer Trump who's only been in politics less than 5 years and has more to show for it than Joe does for 40.

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