Buck
The more riots, the more Trump will win in a landslide!
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BillB

Billionaire ex-MAGA fan Peter Thiel is 's***-talking' the President over his handling of COVID-19 crisis and has 'ghosted' the Trump re-election team

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President Trump's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic has reportedly alienated Peter Thiel, the tech billionaire who was one of the Republican's few supporters in Silicon Valley

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ThePlainTruth
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EXCLUSIVE: With Gag Order Lifted, Roger Stone Reveals New Details About His Case

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formerWWCGmember

PIERS MORGAN: President Trump's batsh*t crazy coronavirus 'cure' theories are not just shockingly senseless and stupid - they're going to kill people 

PIERS MORGAN: Trump's coronavirus 'cure' theories will kill

Throughout this coronavirus crisis, the leader of the free world has turned the daily White House task force briefing into a rambling two-hour self-promoting rally. But by far the most reckless and dangerous thing President Trump has done is use the most powerful podium on earth to air his batsh*t crazy theories about how to beat the virus. And last night he stooped to a shameful new low by suggesting people suffering from COVID-19 should be injected with toxic disinfectant. It's hard to imagine a more stupid thing for a President to say than publicly float a completely unsubstantiated 'idea' like that which will inevitably make some Americans believe having bleach inside them will cure the virus. His other idea was that irradiating patients' bodies with UV light might work too after a presentation by William Bryan showed 'emerging results' that coronavirus degrades faster in warm conditions and dies quickest when exposed to direct sunlight. It doesn't explain why if this is the case, the virus has wreaked havoc in warm weather parts of the US like Florida and New Orleans. Bryan added that his research also indicated bleach can kill the virus in five minutes, and a concentrated isopropyl alcohol solution can kill it in 30 seconds.

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FrankR
I really don't understand why working people, or retired people on social security should be getting checks!
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Anonymous
He has been bashing Trump quite a bit lately. Actually, he's an ass.
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BillB

Piers Morgan blasts 'self-aggrandizing' Trump for failing America on 'almost every level' as he warns populist tactics that got him elected don't work in a crisis

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Trump has been roundly criticized for using his near-daily White House press briefings to picks fights with journalists and brag about how well his administration has handled America's epidemic.

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ThePlainTruth
Stimulus checks are delayed for days because Trump demanded his name be on them

The U.S. Treasury Department has ordered President Donald Trump's name to be printed on checks the Internal Revenue Service is planning to send to tens of millions of Americans, a decision that will slow their delivery by several days, the Washington Post reported on Tuesday. Citing unnamed administration officials, the Post said the $1,200 checks to be sent as part of a $2.3 trillion package enacted last month to cushion the economic blow from the novel coronavirus outbreak will 'bear Trump's name in the memo line, below a line that reads, 'Economic Impact Payment.'' The Post said the decision to include Trump's name was announced to the IRS information technology team on Tuesday.


also- maybe some Dem propaganda here BUT:

REVEALED: More than 80 per cent of a Republican tax provision hidden in the coronavirus relief act will go directly to millionaires and billionaires - as it is branded a 'rotten, un-American giveaway'

 

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jackie
A state of emergency still does not override the US Constitution and the Supreme Court has said so after Katrina. They would have to declare martial law first.
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BobBarney

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ThePlainTruth

Department of Justice asks to keep suspects behind bars indefinitely WITHOUT trial under 'terrifying' emergency powers amid coronavirus pandemic

  • The DOJ wants to hand judges powers to suspend trials during emergencies
  • Congress has also been asked to allow video conference hearings to take place without defendants' consent, according to legislative draft text
  • Civil liberties advocates have condemned the move as 'terrifying' 
  • Critics say the policies would mark a breach of constitutional rights 
  • Fears have been raised that the Trump administration is using the outbreak of the deadly virus to bring about policy changes sought by Republicans 
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Aidan Johnston

The ATF is proposing more revisions to the Form 4473—making your future firearm purchase and transfer information easier to retroactively compile into a gun or gun owner registry.

The revisions were first proposed on December 26th 2019 when the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives announced in the Federal Register that it would be amending the Form 4473.

To be sure, this is an already unconstitutional form used to process NICS background checks before firearm purchases and some transfers.

Late December is reserved by the government for announcing sneaky, unconstitutional, and unpopular actions—like the Bump Stock Ban—while people are off work, at home, and spending time with their families for the holidays.

Disguised as mere compliance with the Paperwork Reduction Act, the ATF’s proposed amendments to the Form 4473 will record gun owners’ personal information on the same page as the firearm make, model, and serial number.

Consolidating this information onto one page could pave the way for a future anti-gun administration or bureaucrat to more easily scan or photograph these forms, which are retained by the gun dealer for ten years, and create a de facto registry of firearm owners and their purchased firearms in violation of two provisions of the Firearm Owners’ Protection Act.

In the past, GOA has received concerning allegations that ATF agents were copying Form 4473s at dealers places of business. Our concerns went inadequately answered.

Yet again, the ATF is furthering an anti-gun political agenda while they hope gun owners’ attention is elsewhere during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Hoping that the bureaucrats at the ATF were not ill-willed and would see the error of their ways, gun owners participated in the public process for the revision of forms and collection of information.

Unfortunately, the ATF decided to ignore gun owners’ concerns.

Now, a second and equally flawed draft has been proposed and gun owners have been given an additional opportunity to make public comment. We must remind the ATF of their duty to uphold the intent of the Firearm Owners’ Protection Act in prohibiting a firearm or gun owner registry with an additional 30-day comment period.

I urge you to take action and provide public comments to the ATF and ask them to protect gun owners’ private information.

In liberty,

Aidan Johnston
Director of Federal Affairs
Gun Owners of America

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SteveB
WHILE Roger Stone seen sitting in his Cell looking Very Confused.
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LOWinLA
I have a co-worker who is stranded in London and can't come home. He has no virus and has been tested!
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BobBarney

More than 13,000 stranded Americans have asked for State Department help to return home as official urges people who are overseas to 'get out now' while commercial flights are still available

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The State Department this week will bring back about 1,600 Americans abroad on about 16 flights, a senior U.S. official said. About 5,700 people have returned, many on flights arranged by the agency.

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ThePlainTruth

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BobBarney
This is the best news about this virus- leave china behind!@!!!
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'Buy American' — White House Confirms Executive Order That Will End Medical Supply Chain Reliance On China

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BillB

Republican mega-donor and Trump supporter Paul Singer buys stake in Twitter and plans to OUST Jack Dorsey 

Republican mega-donor buys stake in Twitter and plans to oust Jack Dorsey 

Paul Singer (right), founder of Elliott Management, has reportedly taken a hefty stake in the social media company and is planning to push out CEO Jack Dorsey (left), sources said. Singer is a Republican donor who opposed Trump during his 2016 race for the White House but he has since done a u-turn to become a keen supporter. Trump uses Twitter to broadcast his thoughts to the world but the social media firm banned all political advertising from its service in October.

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BobBarney
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Why Trump's at 83% approval with America's farmers
Exclusive: Curtis Ellis cites myriad policies that've benefited those who grow our food

The communist liberals were praying that Trump's tariff strategy would cause economic disaster in the farm community. So were the purist, never-trump Republicans.

I make no claim that his strategy was pain free, inconvenience free or worry free for everyone. If that is the goal of your policy, you will never get anything done, and the only thing which will happen is that eventually, things will get worse for everyone and you'll only end up causing greater pain.

Trump understands that nothing is free. What he asked the farmers to do was stick with him...that he knew that some were going to suffer some hardships...but if they stuck with him, they would come out better on the other side.

I do not know all of the details of the agreements, but you can bet the farmers do. If the numbers are accurate, and Trump has an 83% approval rating in the farm community, I'd say that in a nation where eking out 51% is often the goal, then 83% is a grand slam home run.

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