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Corona Virus / Lying: the one and only "conservative" value
« on: March 25, 2020, 11:17:24 PM »

[Orange Hitler] continued on Wednesday to misrepresent just how aggressively the United States has implemented a coronavirus testing regime that will allow public health officials to identify, isolate and treat sickened individuals. That process, epidemiologists say, is the only way to halt the pandemic, which has sickened 65,000 Americans and killed more than 900.

The United States has, in recent days, rapidly increased the number of tests conducted daily, and the COVID Tracking Project, which compiles data from across the country, found that 433,545 people in the U.S. had been tested by Wednesday evening. 

It is unclear, owing to a lack of information from China, whether that is in fact the largest number of people tested by a single country, although it appears improbable based on the figures available. Trump’s claim is also misleading, since it does not take into account the difference in population between the U.S. and smaller countries like South Korea.

Race and Racism / Racism, Orange Hitler Style
« on: March 24, 2020, 09:54:58 PM »

As the coronavirus upends American life, Chinese-Americans face a double threat. Not only are they grappling like everyone else with how to avoid the virus itself, they are also contending with growing racism in the form of verbal and physical attacks. Other Asian-Americans — with families from Korea, Vietnam, the Philippines, Myanmar and other places — are facing threats, too, lumped together with Chinese-Americans by a bigotry that does not know the difference.

In interviews over the past week, nearly two dozen Asian-Americans across the country said they were afraid — to go grocery shopping, to travel alone on subways or buses, to let their children go outside. Many described being yelled at in public — a sudden spasm of hate that is reminiscent of the kind faced by American Muslims, Arabs and South Asians in the United States after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

But unlike in 2001, when President George W. Bush urged tolerance of American Muslims, this time President Trump is using language that Asian-Americans say is inciting racist attacks.

Mr. Trump and his Republican allies are intent on calling the coronavirus “the Chinese virus,” rejecting the World Health Organization’s guidance against using geographic locations when naming illnesses, since past names have provoked a backlash.

Corona Virus / 10,000 new cases in 24 hours
« on: March 24, 2020, 09:29:32 AM »
Actually it is way more than that as that's just what we know from the inadequate testing.

Meanwhile Orange Hitler is busy trying to gaslight the virus. Lotsa luck to him.

LOLOLO. Right?

General Discussion / Suddenly this is a nice place again!
« on: March 09, 2020, 05:42:45 PM »

Fucking moron cult assholes.

Trump's mismanagement helped fuel coronavirus crisis

For six weeks behind the scenes, and now increasingly in public, Trump has undermined his administration’s own efforts to fight the coronavirus outbreak — resisting attempts to plan for worst-case scenarios, overturning a public-health plan upon request from political allies and repeating only the warnings that he chose to hear. Members of Congress have grilled top officials like Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar and Centers for Disease Control Director Robert Redfield over the government’s biggest mistake: failing to secure enough testing to head off a coronavirus outbreak in the United States. But many current and former Trump administration officials say the true management failure was Trump’s.

“It always ladders to the top,” said one person helping advise the administration’s response, who noted that Trump’s aides discouraged Azar from briefing the president about the coronavirus threat back in January. “Trump’s created an atmosphere where the judgment of his staff is that he shouldn’t need to know these things.”

Interviews with 13 current and former officials, as well as individuals close to the White House, painted a picture of a president who rewards those underlings who tell him what he wants to hear while shunning those who deliver bad news. For instance, aides heaped praise on Trump for his efforts to lock down travel from China — appealing to the president’s comfort zone of border security — but failed to convey the importance of doing simultaneous community testing, which could have uncovered a potential U.S. outbreak. Government officials and independent scientists now fear that the coronavirus has been silently spreading in the United States for weeks, as unexplained cases have popped up in more than 25 states.

“It’s a clearly difficult situation when the top wants to hear certain answers,” said one former official who’s briefed the White House. “That can make it difficult for folks to express their true assessment — even the most experienced and independent minds.”

Election 2020 / Nina Turner on Cuomo
« on: March 09, 2020, 10:35:11 AM »
Good grief. The anger. The venom.

It was a huge mistake for Sanders to hire these people. What was he thinking?

Feedback and Updates on NewsRake / Pepsi, your site is infested again
« on: December 17, 2019, 04:44:12 PM »
It is an unreadable third rate Putin disinformation site.

I realize that you have made an effort to put up some intelligent posts, as have I. Alas for some reason the cult feels it's necessary to put up utter garbage. This is your site. Is this what you want?

Impeachment of Donald J Trump / GOP deserves to die
« on: December 04, 2019, 10:16:20 AM »
Bill Clinton lied in a civil deposition, in a case that had nothing whatsoever to do with his official duties and in a case that was deemed to be frivolous about a matter that was deemed to be irrelevant. Then he was impeached straight across party lines. I don't think anyone ever condoned Bill Clinton's behavior. It was wrong but it had nothing whatsoever to do with his official duties and it came after a brutally partisan attempt to smear the man. I give "the Elves," like Ann Coulter, some credit. Ken Starr is atrocious. I don't see how he shows his face after producing a third rate porn piece for no reason pertaining to his appointment.

By contrast Orange Hitler has obstructed justice at least 10 times. Each one of those obstructions are, in and of itself, is a serious crime for which people are currently serving years in prison. But that is not all. He also conspired with Cohen, who now is rotting in prison. He was found to have colluded with Russia, but that is not a crime. There are more crimes that Orange Hitler has committed.

But now we have another set of facts, which are no longer in dispute. Keep in mind that Orange Hitler has repeatedly lied about these facts and has further obstructed the Congressional investigation. Each one of those obstructions is also a crime. Nixon's impeachment was based on much, much less. But there is no doubt now that Orange Hitler extorted and bribed Zelinsky. He converted hundreds of millions of our tax dollars to his personal use, in an effort to advance his own interests not ours.

The law is not partisan. The defense of Orange Hitler is nothing but partisan.

Bill Kristol tweeted yesterday that the GOP deserves to not survive this corruption, in which every single Republican is complicit.

Politics / Speaking Truth to Orange Hitler Cult Followers
« on: December 01, 2019, 12:02:39 PM »

Democratic National Committee Vice Chairman Michael Blake tore into Fox News and host Tucker Carlson during a Tuesday morning Fox News interview, directly asking anchor Bill Hemmer why the network still employs Carlson following his infamous claim that white supremacy is a “hoax.”

Brought on to discuss Carlson’s Monday night prediction that former first lady Michelle Obama will eventually be the Democratic presidential nominee, Blake took the opportunity to hijack the goofy premise and blast both the network and Carlson.

Politics / Lying: the only "conservative" value
« on: November 30, 2019, 03:06:15 PM »
"Supply-side economics."

Creation science.

Willie Horton.

Swiftboat liars.



Lying us into an unnecessary war in Iraq.


Phony IRS scandal.


Clinton murder conspiracy.

Welfare queen.

Climate science denialism.

But the topper all lies and right wing conspiracy crap is the Orange Hitler cult. You fuckers don't deserve to live in a democracy. You have lost my respect forever.

We will be rid of Orange Hitler soon, but you mopes will never. ever rid yourselves of the stench on your hands. You know it. You know that we know it. And you are dead enders. Your cult leader squeaked into office by the slimmest of margins. He is a fluke. He is not expanding your old, white base. He has nothing to offer anyone with intelligence and integrity and neither do you moron cult followers.

You disgust me. Fuck off + die.

Politics / Harry Truman - Already Fact Checked
« on: November 22, 2019, 04:57:58 PM »

On 13 October 1948, President Harry Truman made an appearance in St. Paul, Minnesota, stumping on behalf of both his own re-election campaign and a bid by the mayor of Minneapolis, fellow Democrat Hubert Humphrey, to land a seat in the U.S. Senate. During that appearance in St. Paul, President Truman delivered an address at the city’s Municipal Auditorium which was carried on a nationwide radio broadcast and included the criticism of the Republican Party:

“Republicans approve of the American farmer, but they are willing to help him go broke. They stand four-square for the American home — but not for housing. They are strong for labor — but they are stronger for restricting labor’s rights. They favor minimum wage — the smaller the minimum wage the better. They endorse educational opportunity for all — but they won’t spend money for teachers or for schools. They think modern medical care and hospitals are fine — for people who can afford them. They consider electrical power a great blessing — but only when the private power companies get their rake-off. They think American standard of living is a fine thing — so long as it doesn’t spread to all the people. And they admire of Government of the United States so much that they would like to buy it.”

    Today the forces of liberalism face a crisis. The people of the United States must make a choice between two ways of living — a decision which will affect us the rest of our lives and our children and our grandchildren after us.

    On the other side, there is the Wall Street way of life and politics. Trust the leader! Let big business take care of prices and profits! Measure all things by money! That is the philosophy of the masters of the Republican Party.

    Well, I have been studying the Republican Party for over 12 years at close hand in the Capital of the United States. And by this time, I have discovered where the Republicans stand on most of the major issues.

    Since they won’t tell you themselves, I am going to tell you.

    They approve of the American farmer — but they are willing to help him go broke.

    They stand four-square for the American home — but not for housing.

    They are strong for labor — but they are stronger for restricting labor’s rights.

    They favor a minimum wage — the smaller the minimum the better.

    They indorse educational opportunity for all — but they won’t spend money for teachers or for schools.

    They think modern medical care and hospitals are fine — for people who can afford them.

    They approve of Social Security benefits — so much so that they took them away from almost a million people.

    They believe in international trade — so much so that they crippled our reciprocal trade program, and killed our International Wheat Agreement.

    They favor the admission of displaced persons — but only within shameful racial and religious limitations.

    They consider electric power a great blessing — but only when the private power companies get their rake-off.

    They say TVA is wonderful — but we ought never to try it again.

    They condemn “cruelly high prices” — but fight to the death every effort to bring them down.

    They think the American standard of living is a fine thing — so long as it doesn’t spread to all the people.

    And they admire the Government of the United States so much that they would like to buy it.

    Now, my friends, that is the Wall Street Republican way of life. But there is another way — there is another way — the Democratic way, the way of the Democratic Party.

Impeachment of Donald J Trump / Your cult bribed and extorted Zelinsky
« on: November 20, 2019, 01:37:07 PM »
Of course we all knew that and we know that "conservatives" do nothing but lie.

This leaves 2 options:

1. Smear the witnesses; and,

2. Claim that bribery and extortion are not grounds for impeachment.

Smearing the witnesses is a bad idea, but that hasn't stopped any of you. Admitting the undeniably truth and lying about the significance isn't good either, but it's slightly less of a lack of integrity and decency.

You "conservatives" disgust me. Whenever I think you can't get lower, you do. Fuck off + die.

Politics / The One and Only "Conservative" Value: Lying
« on: November 18, 2019, 05:34:50 PM »

When listening to President Trump and fellow Republicans throw around accusations against Democrats and the media or advance defenses for Trump’s impeachable conduct, there is a better than even chance they are misleading if not downright lying. In some cases, we discover the lies because other individuals are caught lying.

Roger Stone was convicted, among other things, of lying to Congress about his conversations with WikiLeaks’s Julian Assange. He falsely claimed: He had no emails, documents or texts relating to WikiLeaks; he never sought damaging information (i.e., emails) about Hillary Clinton; never contacted WikiLeaks through intermediaries; and never contacted the Trump campaign about WikiLeaks. The last lie — denying contacts with the Trump campaign — raises the question as to whether President Trump lied in responses to Robert S. Mueller II.

Politics / Bevin Ahead By 5 Points, Until Orange Hitler "Helped" Him
« on: November 06, 2019, 10:16:22 AM »
Orange Hitler is toxic. He said so himself when he told his cult followers that the Kentucky Governor's election was all about him.

Now let's see how many Republicans continue to hitch their future on this criminal. WE, THE PEOPLE have an open and shut case against Orange Hitler for bribery and extortion, especially with Sundland having somehow come to Jesus. Pence is into this up to his eyeballs.

"But we have Mississippi." Ha! Morons.

Impeachment of Donald J Trump / Impeachment Inquiry vote on Thursday
« on: October 28, 2019, 04:15:35 PM »
Nancy Pelosi v. Orange Hitler.

No contest.

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