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Offline Paul May

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #590 on: July 23, 2020, 12:58:30 AM »
   
   If You do Not want "in" just say so. Just be prepared to endure continually being exposed/ridiculed. Notwithstanding your general math skills also needing serious work.

Yawn. His lack of creativity and lack of confidence in his conman is noted. He gets schooled everyday and returns for more.  IQ of jello. He’s still in PPS - propaganda pre-school. He wants to impress us. He claims to travel the country “consulting”. He claims his “counsel” is sought. He turns down $2000.00 because he has little confidence in his con artist. He’s from the back woods of arguably the poorest, least educated state in America. The internet is his life. He can be anybody he chooses to be. He’s chosen to be anti-American. His constant everyday lying mirrors his mentor. It’s the air he breathes. He’s been schooled everyday by people on this thread. I’m guessing Alex Jones was a likely hero. Sad indeed.

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #591 on: July 23, 2020, 12:59:19 AM »
  Extremely good week for Trump. Cleaning up Portland, Chicago, and soon Alb. Corona Briefings going Exceptionally well, and the Economic News for July is Very Strong even with the slowdowns/shutdowns. This is why you got Dem's throwing absolute Hissy Fits on Fake News. They See, They Know. Trump 2020 Rolling On!


Online Rick Plant

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #592 on: July 23, 2020, 01:01:26 AM »
Donald Trump’s press briefing today is a total disaster




Donald Trump’s press briefing yesterday was a disaster, from his total lack of answers on coronavirus to his bizarre decision to offer well wishes to alleged sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell. So Trump decided that he’d try it again today, and it’s not going much better for him.

Trump once again stumbled his way through a prepared opening speech which he’d clearly never seen before and didn’t understand. At one point he said something completely incoherent about going into hospitals with a cure. Then he said “I’m finding more and more people are saying ‘wash your hands, so wash your hands.” Wait, was there a time during Trump’s presidency when experts were advising people against washing their hands?

In a sign that these press briefings are too little too late to turn anything around for Donald Trump, CNN once again didn’t even bother to air the briefing today until it reached the part where reporters were able to ask him questions. Trump claimed that Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot secretly wants him to invade her city. He also repeated his dangerous false claim that kids are all but immune to coronavirus. This is a disaster for him.

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #593 on: July 23, 2020, 01:03:35 AM »
  Oh Boy! Now they are so hard up for something to make them feel good, they are Forced to post the Hysteria on Twitter. Like I said, a Very Good Week for Trump.

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #594 on: July 23, 2020, 01:06:06 AM »
  CNN and MSNBC elected to Not Cover the carnage in Chicago last night. Fake News + No News = Propaganda

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #595 on: July 23, 2020, 01:08:05 AM »
  Extremely good week for Trump. Cleaning up Portland, Chicago, and soon Alb. [/size]Corona Briefings going Exceptionally well, and the Economic News for July is Very Strong even with the slowdowns/shutdowns. This is why you got Dem's throwing absolute Hissy Fits on Fake News. They See, They Know. Trump 2020 Rolling On!

  CNN and MSNBC elected to Not Cover the carnage in Chicago last night. Fake News + No News = Propaganda

MAGA = dialing back 52 years, back to the same ole authoritarian fueled politics of designed racial division

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https://www.vox.com/2016/3/29/11325750/nixon-war-on-drugs
Was Nixon's war on drugs a racially motivated crusade? It's a bit more complicated.
By German Lopez@germanrlopezgerman.lopez@vox.com Mar 29, 2016, 2:00pm EDT
"The Nixon campaign in 1968, and the Nixon White House after that, had two enemies: the antiwar left and black people," Ehrlichman told journalist Dan Baum in 1994.
 "You understand what I'm saying? We knew we couldn't make it illegal to be either against the war or blacks, but by getting the public to associate the hippies with marijuana and blacks with heroin, and then criminalizing both heavily, we could disrupt those communities."....
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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #596 on: July 23, 2020, 01:09:03 AM »
  Oh Boy! Now they are so hard up for something to make them feel good, they are Forced to post the Hysteria on Twitter. Like I said, a Very Good Week for Trump.

How does it make you feel that your Führer is being beaten in all the polls, in public opinion, in nearly all the media and on the internet, by a guy who doesn't have to do anything except sit back and watch Trump selfdestruct and drag the GOP down with him....


Online Rick Plant

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #597 on: July 23, 2020, 01:16:08 AM »
'Lipstick on Gestapo pigs': Trump sending storm troopers’ and ‘jack-booted secret police thugs’ to US cities slammed as fascism




Donald Trump’s Wednesday afternoon press conference, held in the same White House room where President Barack Obama announced the U.S. had killed Osama bin Laden, was quickly panned as a “last-ditch effort to win the election,” “fascism,” and an unnecessary use of force over the wishes of U.S. cities.

Trump announced he will be sending hundreds of federal officers to the streets of Chicago to arrest “murderers and violent criminals” who, he claimed, “are breaking a wide range of federal laws, we have that, it’s as wide as it can be.”

In Portland, Trump’s highly-armed SWAT teams are causing massive unrest, especially after reports that his secret police “goon squads,” as some have called them, are “proactively arresting” Americans who have committed no crimes, as Homeland Security acting Secretary Chad Wolf admitted Tuesday.

In fact, overall crime and violent crime (except murder) is down across the country, including in America’s top cities.

At least one legal expert wants to know under what authority can Trump take these actions:

What’s the jurisdiction? Is there any plausible authorization for this?
https://twitter.com/AnthonyMKreis/status/1286034762705047557

Former head of the U.S. Office of Government Ethics had a more incisive response:

Go to hell.

On social media many expressed fear, anger, and outrage.

I wonder if there is a word for an authoritarian form of nationalistic government that uses violence to suppress dissent...

BREAKING: trump is announcing today that his "Operation Legend" will send hundreds of jack-booted secret police federal thugs to Chicago and New Mexico.

First they came for Portland...

American cities are being invaded by fascist gangs from the federal government.

AG Barr is putting lipstick on Gestapo pigs

anyone pretending donald trump or the rest of the gop cares about black crime victims is so full of it

TRUMP: We must beat groups of dangerous moms linking hands and chanting witch-like incantations in front of Federal buildings. We will gas them if need be. Maybe beat them and then gas them. Wherever a dangerous mom group gathers we will dispatch our guys to get rough.

This is opposed by every former pre-Trump DHS secretary of both parties as well as US military leaders. It also exposes DHS officials & federal law enforcement to legal exposure. All to make Trump appear tough before an election he's losing.

Whatever genius is advising Trump on policy - sending storm troopers to gas moms does not make you a law and order anything, it makes you a fascist.  That 30 point gap with suburban woman is about to become that 50 point gap.

If you're not getting frightened, you're not listening.

Operation Legend is Trump's last-ditch effort to win the election by manufacturing battles in American cities and claiming to be the heroic protector of terrified white people. He will burn this country to the ground if he thinks it will save his skin.

Trump is hoping for a bloodbath.

Trump is deploying armed federal officers to violently invade American cities but doing nothing to help American cities combat coronavirus.

Donald Trump is a racist running for president while also invading American cities and attacking American citizens. Donald Trump is basically Jefferson Davis.

Don't worry. I'm sure they'll stop at this level of fascism.

Absolute, complete, unadulterated election-year hokum from a guy who's losing

It isn’t a shock Trump is compulsively tripling down on his authoritarian act.

He has been exposed as an impotent buffoon at handling the pandemic and is desperate to look like less of a pathetic little weakling.
1:37 PM · Jul 22, 2020

So, in the name of that 4 year old kid who was unjustly murdered, Trump is going to send paramilitary mooks into American cities with Democrat Mayors to rough up protestors? WTF is this bullshit? Operation Legend?

https://www.rawstory.com/2020/07/lipstick-on-gestapo-pigs-trump-sending-storm-troopers-and-jack-booted-secret-police-thugs-to-us-cities-slammed-as-fascism/

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #598 on: July 23, 2020, 01:29:44 AM »
Trump investigated for refusing to wear a mask after DC ordered face coverings




Washington, D.C. has a mandatory mask order that is for all public locations, even apartment hallways and lobbies. So when Trump was captured on video in the Trump International Hotel in Washington without a mask, it prompted local authorities to question the president’s actions.

According to the Washington Post, “the investigator found no violations at the time of the visit, but the agency pledged to continue monitoring the hotel,”

Mayor Muriel E. Bowser ordered people to cover their faces in the spring, even in lobbies and common areas of hotels, and to maintain a six-foot distance from others.

The video shows that Trump ignored the order, along with multiple guests standing near each other in the lobby of Trump’s hotel.

ABC News reported Tuesday that Trump’s D.C. hotel isn’t the only one. Many of his hotels across the country have ignored face-covering mandates.

“A Facebook invitation for a birthday party scheduled for Saturday at the D.C. hotel featured a ‘NO MASKS ALLOWED’ disclaimer,” said ABC. By Wednesday, the digital invitation was gone.

See the video of the event in link below:
https://www.rawstory.com/2020/07/trump-investigated-for-refusing-to-wear-a-mask-after-dc-ordered-face-coverings/



Trump flails after CNN's Kaitlan Collins asks why he’s not responsible for violence in Chicago — when he blamed Obama for it

At Wednesday’s White House coronavirus briefing, the topic veered into President Donald Trump’s plans to send federal troops to cities like Chicago — and CNN reporter Kaitlan Collins caught the president off guard with a simple question.

“In 2016, you said it was President Obama’s fault when shootings in Chicago were up,” said Collins. “So why was it President Obama’s fault then, but it’s not your fault now?”

“Chicago is a disaster,” said Trump, filibustering the question. “The mayor is saying, don’t come in, the mayor is telling us not to come in.”

After Collins repeated the question, Trump said, “Because President Obama was invited in, and he did a poor job … he could have solved the problem.”

https://www.rawstory.com/2020/07/trump-flails-after-cnns-kaitlan-collins-asks-why-hes-not-responsible-for-violence-in-cities/



Trump falsely claims Black Lives Matters protests caused coronavirus resurgence

At Tuesday’s White House briefing, President Donald Trump tried to blame the recent uptick in coronavirus cases on the Black Lives Matter protests around the country.

Trump said that the rise among young people started “shortly after demonstrations … which presumably triggered a broader relaxation of mitigation efforts nationwide.” In fact, there is no evidence that people decided to stop following CDC guidelines because of the protests, most of the protesters were wearing masks, and data found no correlation between where protests occurred and where outbreaks flared up.

Trump also tried to take credit for his border wall — which has barely been constructed — with Mexico for preventing coronavirus cases, saying that illegal crossings are at a “record low” (they aren’t.)

Watch below:

Trump begins his July 22 coronavirus news conference by trying to blame #BlackLivesMatter protests and Mexico for the ongoing spike in cases
https://twitter.com/atrupar/status/1286058386589712385


Online Rick Plant

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Re: Trump supporters and conspiracy theory - Part 2
« Reply #599 on: July 23, 2020, 01:31:59 AM »

 

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