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Posted in: 30-year-old Texas man dies from virus after attending 'COVID-19 party' See in context

Jane Appleby, chief medical officer at the Methodist Hospital in San Antonio, -- article

Uh, not according to her LinkedIn biography:

"I started my medical career in Internal Medicine at UT Health Science Center in San Antonio. After completing residency, I served on the faculty of the Medical School, transitioned to solo private practice, morphed into a hospital improvement consultant and subsequently landed a position as Chief Quality Officer for Methodist Healthcare System. Meanwhile, I found my clinical calling in hospice and palliative medicine and practiced in this area for a number of years, retiring not so long ago"

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Posted in: 30-year-old Texas man dies from virus after attending 'COVID-19 party' See in context

This story is already beginning to unravel. Dr. Jane Appleby is not the Chief Medical Officer of Methodist Healthcare as she/this article claims. That would be Dr. Paul Hancock, MD, MBA.

Heh, the hit-and-run media has been played yet again.

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Posted in: 30-year-old Texas man dies from virus after attending 'COVID-19 party' See in context

Dr. Appleby's just relaying what someone else said -- aka an unnamed source -- not something of which she has firsthand knowledge.

The bigger fake news red flag appears in the 4th paragraph when this "patient" told the unnamed source, 'You know, I think I made a mistake.'

If someone is really dying from CV-19, it's rather difficult/impossible to be talking to your nurse with a ventilator tube stuck down your throat. Sorry, but this story does not pass the smell test.

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Posted in: Some people argue that mandating anyone to wear face masks during the pandemic is a violation of human rights. Do you agree? See in context

Paper or commercially produced face masks don't prevent the transmission of CV-19. The best mask (N95) only filters up to 0.03 microns. The coronavirus is 0.01 microns.

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Posted in: Despite risks, Trump invests big in attacks on Biden's age See in context

The President is correct in questioning Biden's mental faculties. The democrats/far-left presumptive candidate is on record of not knowing what day it is, where he is, what office he is running for, who his wife is, etc.

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Posted in: Mary Trump's book offers scathing portrayal of president See in context

Finally, a book by a relative that will do what previous "tell all" books by a conga line of Trump haters could not: do: separate Trump supporters from him by the millions and force him to become this century's LBJ by announcing he'll not run for re-election.

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Posted in: U.S. tops 3 million known infections as coronavirus cases surge See in context

Another day, another article that does not explain hospital ICUs are filling up is because they are once again admitting/treating people who has health issues other than the virus. Wonder why is that?

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Posted in: U.S. reports 55,000 COVID-19 cases in single day; hits new global record See in context

Another day, another virus panic porn article from the MSM. Notice this dispatch does not say how many deaths were there among of those "55,000 cases". Why? Because to do so would blow up the narrative that this epidemic is worse than Ebola and the Black Plague combined.

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Posted in: Trump tweets video with 'white power' chant, then deletes it See in context

So,

One guy in in a golf cart shouts "white power" = bad

A BLM mob chants "What do you want? Dead cops! When do you want it? Now! " = good

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Posted in: As virus surges, Trump under pressure to wear mask See in context

Scientific studies confirm that cloth/paprer masks do not work in flu (aka virus) epidemics:

https://www.rcreader.com/commentary/masks-dont-work-covid-a-review-of-science-relevant-to-covide-19-social-policy?fbclid=IwAR3Zj4tF_uc6uxuj7lkIGoGl3LjICv_VzxrV7UIPXR_LtotQ7UR3nkTAbME

Making/forcing people to wear a mask is not about Health. It is about Control.

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Posted in: As virus surges, Trump under pressure to wear mask See in context

It's too late, Pelosi. The time to wear a mask was way back in January when she was telling people to disregard warnings about the virus and come attend the Chinese New Year parade in San Francisco, the city she represents in Congress.

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Posted in: Democrats warn against overconfidence in fight against Trump See in context

Biden is doing just fine with voters. The accompanying photo with this article is proof positive that a guy who's been a fixture of Washington D.C. politics for nearly a half century has no problem drawing hoards of enthusiastic supporters to his rallies. Providing those rallies are held at a Starbucks during the lunch hour.

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Posted in: Trump visits border wall in Arizona as coronavirus cases surge in more than 10 states See in context

According to liberal logic:

A wall at our southern border: bad

Walls surrounding CHOP in Seattle and CNN headquarters in Atlanta: good

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Posted in: Bolton says North Korea's Kim laughing at Trump See in context

6500 attendees to his rally

John Bolton had a rally? I missed that in the posted article.

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Posted in: Bolton says North Korea's Kim laughing at Trump See in context

He hasn't yet been subject to an election since any of them came out.

But, but, but . . . With each new book that was released, the liberals' intellectual superiors on all the Fake News channels assured them over and over again that "the new revelations in (fill in the blank)'s book would mark the end of the Trump Presidency".

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Posted in: Bolton says North Korea's Kim laughing at Trump See in context

In other words Trump has done so much bad stuff that would justify removing him from office that no fewer than half a dozen people (and counting) have been able to write full length books each providing extensive descriptions of such behavior?

The common thread is all those "full length books" were written for personal profit. Not one of them have yet succeeded in chasing him out of office.

Bolton fought tooth and nail from having to tell what he "knew" during the impeachment hearings earlier this year. Why? Because either the democrats didn't offer him enough money to testify or the DNC check didn't clear.

Trashing President Trump is a cottage industry for those working inside the Washington beltway.

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Posted in: Bolton says North Korea's Kim laughing at Trump See in context

Add Bolton's name to a long list of people (Michael Wolff, Stormy Daniels, Bob Woodward, Amorosa, Jim Acosta, etc, etc.) who profited off President Trump with their "tell all" books; each one designed to remove him from office. FYI: today is his 1,250th day as POTUS.

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Posted in: Bolton says North Korea's Kim laughing at Trump See in context

Because he's pushing his unsubstantiated book that bashes the President, the leftists in democrat party and the media (a redundant term) and their low info followers are now willing to forgive/forget/hail a guy who was instrumental in drawing the U.S. into the Iraq War.

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Posted in: Trump campaign seeks to reset after flubbed rally See in context

Biden is up in Florida, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Arizona according to the averages.

Two things:

The poll averages cited are of "registered" voters that are heavily weighted toward democrats.

Any poll numbers don't mean anything this far out before the general election. Things that will decide who will win in November have not even happened yet. Example: the "Access Hollywood" tape October Surprise was released just weeks before Nov. 8, 2016. It wound up being a horrible bust for the democrats.

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Posted in: Trump campaign seeks to reset after flubbed rally See in context

6.7 million people watching the President either on TV or the internet does not make the peaceful protest in Tulsa a "flubbed rally".

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Posted in: Did TikTok teens, K-Pop fans spoil Trump's comeback rally? See in context

Although the peaceful protest in Tulsa appears to have been interfered with by a foreign government (TikTok is owned by the Chinese government), the numbers have now been released and it turns out more than 6.7 million people still watched the event either live on TV or online. Which means President Trump's message to the people was a resounding success.

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Posted in: 100 days of Cuomo: New York Governor ends daily COVID-19 briefings See in context

the briefings, usually from the state Capitol, were covered live daily by networks, notably CNN, the employer of the governor’s younger brother and on-air sparring partner, Chris Cuomo.

Uh huh, "just the facts" conversations like Fredo joking about the size of the cue tip that was put up his brother's nose (including props) while not once holding Gov. Granny Killer's feet to the fire by asking him why it was such a good idea to sign an EO that resulted in more than 8,000 deaths in NY state nursing homes and elderly assisted care living facilities.

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Posted in: Trump turns virus conversation into 'US vs THEM' debate See in context

With more than 1 million ticket requests for tomorrow's peaceful protest in Tulsa, time to get Biden out of his basement bunker and meet with his throngs of confederate flag-waving "fine people".

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Posted in: Japan baseball season starts Friday night without fans See in context

Those photo panels are not social distancing.

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Posted in: Record spike in new coronavirus cases reported in 6 U.S. states as reopening accelerates See in context

The DNC-cabal and Joe Biden's confederate flag waving "fine people" are doing their best to stifle the push back that Americans of all colors have against the daily democrat rallies of destruction in democrat-controlled cities and states.

With 1 million-plus requests to attend Saturday's peaceful protest in Tulsa will signal the beginning of the end of the democrat party.

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Posted in: Record spike in new coronavirus cases reported in 6 U.S. states as reopening accelerates See in context

Just call Saturday's gathering in Tulsa a protest. The MSM will embrace it without question.

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Posted in: Trump's planned rally called dangerous move over coronavirus See in context

Saturday's peaceful protest in Tulsa will mark the beginning of the end of the road to 270 electoral votes for whomever is the democrats presidential candidate winds up being. Some friendly advice to the liberal posters -- both foreign and domestic -- visiting this site: As tempting as it may be, stay off the roofs of tall buildings on the day after DJT gets re-elected in November.

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Posted in: Trump's planned rally called dangerous move over coronavirus See in context

It's understandable why the democrats and their cheerleaders in the MSM are feverishly working overtime putting out the word to keep this weekend's event from taking place. So, far, there are 800,000 ticket requests for Sarurday's peaceful protest in Tulsa. Meanwhile, the DNC is scrambling to find a venue small enough to fill up with paid attendees for their presumptive presidential candidate.

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Posted in: Atlanta police officer fired after fatal shooting of black man See in context

People feeling all weepy about the perp needs to closely watch the videos surround this incident (they are now posted on YT).

The moment the criminal fired the purloined taser at the officer, he became a lethal threat and was dispatched accordingly.

Spoiler alert: The legal system will exonerate the officer in this case.

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Posted in: Atlanta police officer fired after fatal shooting of black man See in context

What is it going to take to stop racist police killing blacks in the USA? 

Never take a taser -- that was stolen off a cop -- to a gunfight.

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