Dear KAG: 20200527 Open Thread

Yep, it’s Wednesday again. This one is for Mr. Mika. Sorry, Joe, your mornings are no longer going to protect you.

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ACTS 20:28-38

At Miletus, Paul spoke to the presbyters of the Church of Ephesus:
“Keep watch over yourselves and over the whole flock
of which the Holy Spirit has appointed you overseers,
in which you tend the Church of God
that he acquired with his own Blood.
I know that after my departure savage wolves will come among you,
and they will not spare the flock.
And from your own group, men will come forward perverting the truth
to draw the disciples away after them.
So be vigilant and remember that for three years, night and day,
I unceasingly admonished each of you with tears.
And now I commend you to God
and to that gracious word of his that can build you up
and give you the inheritance among all who are consecrated.
I have never wanted anyone’s silver or gold or clothing.
You know well that these very hands
have served my needs and my companions.
In every way I have shown you that by hard work of that sort
we must help the weak,
and keep in mind the words of the Lord Jesus who himself said,
‘It is more blessed to give than to receive.’”

As always, prayers for the fight against that which seeks to enslave us are welcome. And this week, lots of prayers for those who have the virus, and those who have died due to it are part of daily prayer.

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674 thoughts on “Dear KAG: 20200527 Open Thread

  1. Carlos has a thread about how President Trump now has Jack Boot of Twatter by the gonads. Very much worth reading.


    But Twitter is abusing ITS power by getting directly involved in the current national state of emergency.
    YOU BET that Trump has the right to order Twitter to STOP “fact checking” him.

    And Twitter will.

    Trump has the STATUTORY authority to tell Twitter to knock it off or get shut down.

    Twitter will blink…..

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  3. The Library

    WOW. The blackface governor of Virginia just extended his tyrannical executive powers INDEFINITELY. This is not about a virus.

    Harold Wren

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  4. Donald J. Trump@realDonaldTrump
    If the FISA Bill is passed tonight on the House floor, I will quickly VETO it. Our Country has just suffered through the greatest political crime in its history. The massive abuse of FISA was a big part of it!

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    1. Chad Pergram
      A) President Trump tonight threatened to veto the FISA bill. As Fox reported last night, a senior administration official told Fox that the President’s tweet from TUESDAY, which rattled House Republicans on FISA, was not a veto threat.
      Chad Pergram
      B) Fox was told at the time the President would wait to see what version of the FISA bill finally emerged from Congress. That all changed when President Trump issued his veto threat this evening.
      Chad Pergram
      C) The House is still expected sometime tonight to vote on the Senate’s tweaked FISA reform bill. That measure passed 80-16 with wide GOP support and the advocacy of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) – until the President threw those GOPers under the bus.
      Chad Pergram
      D) When the House approved the initial version of the FISA bill in early march, the vote was 278-156. The Democratic breakdown was 152-75.
      7:00 PM · May 27, 2020·Twitter Web App
      Chad Pergram
      Replying to
      E) But with most if not all Republicans expected to vote no, Democrats would have to pass the bill on their own. Democrats can only lose 17 of their own and still pass the bill. Seventy-five Democratic nays means the bill would be nowhere close to passing.

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  5. Kevin McCarthy@GOPLeader
    May 26
    I just filed a lawsuit in federal court to overturn Speaker Pelosi’s unconstitutional proxy voting scheme.

    It could allow as few as 20 Representatives to control the votes of 220. This is NOT the representative democracy our Founders envisioned or what our Constitution allows.

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    1. “This is NOT the representative democracy our Founders envisioned or what our Constitution allows.”


      In all fairness Kevin, we haven’t had the ‘representative democracy’ as our Founders envisioned in DECADES, probably not since the Civil War.

      I’m glad you seem to be doing the right things now, but it sure rings hollow when you pretend like you’re just now noticing how corrupt things have been for my entire lifetime…

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  6. BREAKING: President Trump Vows to Veto FISA Reauthorization if Passed…
    Posted on May 27, 2020

    “A FISA order, in this case on Sergey Kislyak, is referred to as “technical coverage” or a “tech”. The FBI interceptors, staff doing the interception, then type up summaries of telephone conversations captured. Those are referred to as “tech cuts” or “cuts”.”


    This is just as insane as the FIB doing criminal investigative ‘interviews’ without a video or audio recording, the only purpose is to allow/provide for the opportunity to CORRUPT the facts with the biases of the ‘note taker’ or, in this case, the ‘summary maker’.

    It’s as insanely dangerous as it is corrupt.

    It’s like reading a ‘The Living Bible Paraphrased’ edition of the Bible, it’s somebody else’s ‘summary’ of each passage, filtered through that person’s biases, knowledge level and beliefs, which may be wholly contradictory to the expressed word or intent of the original underlying text.

    Worse, upper level management is relying on characterizations / summaries to make critical intelligence decisions… what is the pay grade and level of expertise of the people listening in to conversations and then typing up ‘summaries’?

    What did they forget to include?

    What didn’t they notice, which a more experienced or knowledgeable agent WOULD notice, if only they had a TRANSCRIPT to read, instead of a ‘summary’ provided by whoever?

    The only reason to NOT record an FIB investigative interview is to allow the agents to doctor the ‘302’ to say whatever they want it to say, and from that point on, it’s the witness’ word against the word of TWO FIB agents, and we all know how that plays out in court, even if the witness was God Himself.

    And the only reason to NOT provide a TRANSCRIPT of phone call intercepts is for the SAME reason, so the people in charge have some latitude to creatively ‘interpret’ the results to suit their own objectives.

    Not only is it corrupt, it’s insanely dangerous. Imagine doing something like that in the middle of the Cuban Missile Crisis, and an intercepted phone call critical to whether we go to war or not is ‘summarized’ by some low level functionary who either misses or misinterprets a critical element of the conversation.


    It’s either insanely stupid or incredibly corrupt or a big does of both.

    If there is any other plausible explanation, then for the love of all that is right and good, somebody PLEASE explain.

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    1. Sara A. Carter@SaraCarterDC
      #BREAKING AG Barr To Recommend Trump Veto Latest #FISA Bill If Passed
      AG Barr To Recommend Trump Veto Latest FISA Bill If Passed
      The Department of Justice released a statement Wednesday rejecting the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act amendments that are awaiting a vote in the House of Representatives. The House Speaker…

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      1. Chad Pergram@ChadPergram
        · 2h
        From the pool. Dem MN Rep Omar on FISA bill: I am prepared to vote no because on the rule we have an opportunity for real reforms and we haven’t done that. I don’t know..if there are going to be enough votes to pass it

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  7. The Library

    Mercury Rising – #ObamaGate Edition
    🔥🔥🔥Per Whitehouse Pool reporters on AF1: Potus to sign an Executive Order on Social media TODAY!

    Harold Wren

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  8. wow. bad wow

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    1. Or it’s a perfect opportunity.

      These rats have crawled out into the sunlight, which is the last place they want to be.

      They are consolidating and putting human faces and names on their treachery.

      Now they can be examined, investigated, exposed, targeted, mocked and repudiated.

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  9. This is still the United States of America, isn’t it, not Nazi Germany or Soviet Russia?

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  10. fake news..the enemy. What hypocrites, liars.

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    1. Mid JANUARY!!!


      That is when France declared HCQ a poison and removed it’s OTC status. It is also when the French supply went missing.

      Why France is hiding a cheap, tested virus cure
      …My initial question to a serious, unimpeachable Paris source, jurist Valerie Bugault, was about the liaisons dangereuses between Macronism and Big Pharma and especially about the mysterious “disappearance” – more likely outright theft – of all the stocks of chloroquine in possession of the French government.

      Respected Professor Christian Perronne talked about the theft live in one of France’s 24/7 info channels: “The central pharmacy for the hospitals announced today that they were facing a total rupture of stocks, that they were pillaged.”

      With input from another, anonymous source, it’s now possible to establish a timeline that puts in much-needed perspective the recent actions of the French government….

      …Here’s the timeline:

      On January 13, Agnes Buzyn, still France’s Health Minister, classifies chloroquine as a “poisonous substance,” from now on only available by prescription. An astonishing move, considering that it has been sold off the shelf in France for half a century.

      On March 16, the Macron government orders a partial lockdown. There’s not a peep about chloroquine. Police initially are not required to wear masks; most have been stolen anyway, and there are not enough masks even for health workers….

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    2. Why would someone from CBS news be exposing this?

      I’ve heard of Eric Sevareid, but don’t know much about him.

      There is no blue checkmark next to his name, and when I hovered my cursor over the name, it said:

      Eric Sevareid, CBS News
      Honoring Sevareid’s legacy. Investigative Reporter and Journalist NOT w/CBS News. Retweets ≠ endorsement. Followed by GenFlynn and Mike Moore (Thomas Paine).

      I’m not suggesting the Twitter writer isn’t correct, I hope he *is* correct, I just don’t know who the author is, or how the claim can be verified.

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      1. Didn’t realize Eric Sevareid was mostly before my time. I recognized the name, but didn’t realize he passed away in 1992, making it very unlikely that he’s communicating via Twitter.

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  11. I had mentioned at one point I thought the FBI needed to be burned to the ground (and then rebuilt)

    People objected because it was ‘Only the Seventh Floor’ that was bad and the rest were fine. Well it looks like that is not true.

    From a Brian Cates thread.

    …After his deep dive into the Crossfire Hurrican’s shenanigans in getting the Carter Page warrant, IG Horowitz decided to do a review of a bunch of other FISA warrants.

    That led to the OIG going to 8 different FBI field offices and selecting TWENTY NINE FISA warrant cases to review to ensure the FBI was consistently following the rules & the laws about verifying information in warrants used to spy on US citizens.

    Guess what he discovered?
    In **every single warrant case he looked at…all 29 of them**, Horowitz discovered the FBI had not followed the Woods file procedures for verifying the information in the warrant applications it was showing to the FISA Court.

    Click to access a20047.pdf

    In FOUR of the 29 cases his office reviewed, Horowitz and his investigators couldn’t even FIND a Woods file. Out of those 4, in 3 of them the FBI couldn’t demonstrated that a Woods file had EVER EVEN EXISTED.

    So OIG only got to review 25 cases.
    The FBI started out that review 0 for 4. They still had 25 chances to demonstrate they were following the law on getting surveillance warrants on US citizens.

    And they failed 25 times in a row.….

    Now we know from declassification’s how they set Flynn up, manufactured a charge, launched Crossfire Hurricane w. no real evidence, bluffed their way to surveillance warrant on Trump’s campaign with no evidence there, either.

    This is how these people operated normally. ….

    So ALL FLUNKED. Now add in the use of 302s instead of recordings and you have a system rip for abuse AND that is BEFORE you toss in the close to impossible task of trying to fire the bad apples.

    Here’s Why It’s All But Impossible To Fire A Fed

    ….Federal workers have enjoyed incredible job security for a long time, thank to layers of bureaucracy, complicated employment laws, well-funded and politically powerful government unions, and multiple incentives against firing anyone, former federal personnel officials told TheDCNF.

    “It ends up being very, very difficult to fire a federal employee even when there is the best of cause,” Joseph Morris, general counsel for the U.S. Office of Personnel Management during the Reagan administration. “At the end of the day, the civil service often ends up being a haven for poorly performing employees, and that drags down the morale of others.”

    Morris and former colleague Patrick Korten, who worked as OPM’s executive assistant director for communications and policy, would know. They listed every possible step a manager had to take to fire an incompetent federal employee using old computer paper. Their boss, then-OPM Director Donald J. Devine, often rolled that paper out for congressional committees.

    “It was a demonstration of, if someone chooses to follow every single twist and turn in the regulations, this is how it could turn out,” Korten said.

    It stretched 30 feet….

    So yes, It is probably easier to burn it to the ground and start over… Or send in Grenell.

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    1. Agree Gail, and have said so numerous times.

      We don’t need it, so why rebuild it?

      The individual States can take care of their own investigations… and there’s US Marshalls (we could increase their number if need be.

      And yes, Ric would be the man to do it.

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      1. As long as it is next to impossible to fire a federal worker you are just going to breed corruption. Then you add in the stuff Scott talked about ABOVE and it gets down right horrifying as we saw with General Flynn, Roger Stone and Paul Manafort.

        Worse we have corrupt politicians, Bush-Clinton-Bush-Obama ,for over thirty years stuffing our bureaucracy with mediocre or corrupt employees.

        Obama expended upon Carter’s Deep State managers and appointed over 7,000 of the 8,156 the top level managers who are called the Senior Executive Service. These are the people who will make assignments, promote to the next position… liaison between the political appointees and the REAL government.

        Must people are unaware that Obama via an EO changed the qualifications so they did not go through the usual vetting process.

        Executive Order 13714—Strengthening the Senior Executive Service.

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        1. Burn it down.

          Prosecute the entire Waffen S.E.S.

          Even if we don’t get convictions against some of them. Put them through what they put the American people through, give them the opportunity to learn what they’ve done to others.

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    2. “People objected because it was ‘Only the Seventh Floor’ that was bad and the rest were fine. Well it looks like that is not true.”


      Not me Gail, I’m with you, burn it to the ground and salt the earth with Liberal tears.

      There must be tens of thousands of agents, and they can’t stand up to 10 or 12 people?

      It would take a lot less than that many ‘good people’ to stand up to and openly defy a corrupt Attorney General of the United States of America if they wanted to.

      They didn’t.

      Everybody keeps their head down, covers their ass, and plays the game. They tell us (and maybe they tell themselves) that they’ve just been waiting for the right opportunity or the right moment to bravely step forward, once the all-clear signal is given.

      That’s not Fidelity, that’s not Bravery, and that’s Integrity.

      And it wouldn’t pass muster in the private sector for more than 2 seconds.

      It’s a rogue agency that abuses its power and authority EVERY DAY OF ITS EXISTENCE.

      Are there some good people inside that corrupt agency?

      There must be a few, statistically speaking.

      Nowhere near enough to justify keeping Orwell’s nightmare-come-true as the Jackboot on our throats.

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      1. Oh, there were plenty of other signs of corruption.
        Los Vegas or WORSE The FBI egging on the terrorist who was going to gun down Pam Geller’s Draw Mohammad contest. If she hadn’t had very good guards it would have been another mass shooting with a &^$%* FBI agent standing their WATCHING!

        Pamela Geller, Breitbart News: Did the FBI Want Us Dead in Garland?

        And then there are all the Terrorist Training camps scattered around the country that the FBI does NOTHING ABOUT!

        DING! DING! DING! Finally, after 20 years, the Islamic jihadi training camp in “Islamberg” NY has been raided by the FBI

        You can thank President Trump for this one. He ordered the Feds to raid Islamberg, and hopefully all the other Islamberg-type jihadi training camps around the U.S. Not surprisingly, Barack Hussein Obama ignored these camps for 8 years, but so did George W. Bush, even after 9/11.

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  12. So tired of all the Democrat noise, hypocrisy and lies.

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    2. Standing in line to vote would be an *inconvenience.* People are not to be bothered to obtain/present a valid ID, to have to travel to the polls, to have to show up on a certain date, etc. And now, apparently, they are not to be bothered to show up at all, which changes the nature of voting, which is what the Dems are trying to do with representative voting in the House. They are taking box cutters to the Constitution.

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      1. well, everyone’s got ID. It’s the showing up.

        Honestly, if it ain’t worth it to you to show up…please, don’t vote. You don’t give enough of a crap to do it right.

        [Those willing but unable, of course, are a different matter.]

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        1. “everyone’s got ID”
          Not according to some sites. They say there could be as many as 21 million people without a photo ID — people who don’t drive or have a hunting license or a school ID or passport, etc. And it’s *terribly difficult and expensive to get one*. You might have to present a couple of different forms of paperwork. And what if you lost your SS card in a flood? Or what if you’re homeless and don’t have those papers? Etc.

          I’m having trouble drumming up empathy. Life is hard. Paperwork has to be collected for many transactions in life, including paying taxes.

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          1. AND I CALL BULL SHIT!

            I have a friend who had ALL her papers burned as well as all her photos… She doesn’t have a drivers licence either. She got a new copy of her birth certificate and then I took her down and she got a duplicate SS card and an ID.

            Remember I am in the middle of nowhere and it is a good 15 miles to the nearest town/stores. If she can do it then anyone can.

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            1. OH, In this state? Want to buy a beer? You had BETTER HAVE AN ID! Even my old wrinkled face and silver streaked hair won’t get me a beer (or wine) without an ID.

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          2. I call bullshit on that. Everyone that drives or receives any kind of benefit has to have one with supporting evidence.
            Anyone that buys alcohol, weed, cigarettes..they have to have one.
            People who are arrested even have ID.
            Anyone admitted to the hospital or dr usually must have some ID.or to get scripts from pharmacy
            To get on a plane
            To rent or buy a home
            To cash a check
            To buy a car…to have an uber acct
            Go in a bar

            the list is endless…21 million without ID..then that’s probably 21million illegals

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              1. One day I was at the store with my father who was ancient..late 80’s..looked every year of it too…i asked him to buy me a pack of smokes…they literally wouldn’t sell them to him because he didn’t have his ID. lollol I don’t recall why both of us were rolling around without ID

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          3. I’m more believing all the man/woman in the street interviews in “inner cities” where they just laugh at the thought that anyone, even in their socioeconomic circumstances, doesn’t have an ID–because even at that level life is impossible without one.

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    1. Bat girl: “If we want to prevent human beings from suffering from the next infectious-disease outbreak, we must go in advance to learn of these unknown viruses carried by wild animals in nature and give early warnings,” Shi Zhengli, a top Chinese scientist specializing in viral transmissions from bats, told CGTN in an interview that aired Monday.”


      How many viruses do you suppose there ARE to be ‘discovered’, and how would attempting to ‘discover’ them all be different from a never-ending goose chase?

      Considering that everyone on the planet knows the China virus was created by evil people (at least one of whom is known as Bat girl), how would ‘discovering’ naturally occurring viruses stop you from turning them into viruses deadly to human beings?


      “If we don’t study [the viruses], there will possibly be another outbreak,” warned Shi, whose was dubbed “bat woman” by the press because of her research involving the mammals.”


      But you DID study [the viruses], and there WAS DEFINITELY an ‘outbreak’.

      So ‘possibly’ is definitely preferable to ‘definitely’, wouldn’t you have to agree?

      Take me on, Bat girl.

      Give me your best argument.

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      1. There is a great deal of illogic and vaguery in her statements and that article. It was pretty much useless. Remember, Daughn wrote extensively about this woman.

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    1. We, The Sheeple, were not being nice little frightened sheep so the Elite are defaulting to their usual play book — RIOTS.

      A story that makes you go HMMmm

      AUG 05, 2018
      In Minnesota, a Muslim ‘Backlash’ Warning
      Minnesota is home to a large, imported Somali Muslim population, and has been for long enough that some of them are now running for office. Naturally, the media has decided that “some” are facing a “backlash” as they campaign for office…

      …There are at least 15 Muslim candidates running for political positions in Minnesota this election season. …

      Nausheena Hussain, executive director of the Minneapolis-based Reviving the Islamic Sisterhood for Empowerment, said that these candidates not only have varied leadership experience, they represent a spectrum of racial and ethnic populations…

      Still, casting a political story in racial and religious terms, as this story does, serves nobody’s interests except those of the aggrieved group — which makes it propaganda. Warning of a “backlash” over what might turn out to be a simple electoral defeat is irresponsible and inflammatory. But such is journalism today…

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  13. Stick a fork in it. POTUS said NO.

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        1. My hairdresser is opening next week. Still seeing a ton of people with masks. Looking more like ill be homeschooling with another single kid family, but mom had teaching credential. Tough but no indoctrination camp allowed!

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  14. 🦋🦋Where’s TIM 🦋🦋

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    1. More POTUS

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      1. Pray for Rush. He’s on 3rd round of chemo, having a hard time. 🙏🙏🙏

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        1. Where has BLM been? They get called when needed? It seems that everything has been okay to this point since we haven’t heard from/about them in a while. 🤔

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          1. It appears that the troops are always on-go when the right incident happens and I would also say that the latest rounds of ‘Trump is a divisive leader’ needed some ammo. They use the opportunity and shape the narrative so.. just in time for the campaign months


        2. You mean destruction and looting for Floyd. Funny how any injustice, real or perceived, triggers the need for a new flat screen. Or three. Make no mistake, these cops will be convicted. But spare me the “why are we stereotyped” nonsense.

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    Carol (@LAVagrants) Tweeted:
    *and yes, I packed a bag from my pantry & she was grateful & then kindly said “i promise i won’t make a mess.” 😥. The LA citizens are being unfairly punished by a wannabe egomaniac dictator. It’s beyond sick.

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  16. Lapd isnt allowing it to continue.

    Bill Melugin (@BillFOXLA) Tweeted:
    BREAKING: LAPD arriving in riot gear to multiple downtown LA intersections where protesters are blocking traffic. @FOXLA

    But in Minneapolis:

    Gina McNaughton (@ginamcnaughton) Tweeted:
    @BillFOXLA Minneapolis looks rough right now. Stay safe!!
    RT @Breaking911: LATEST: AutoZone in Minneapolis set ablaze by rioters; several other stores looted as police stand down

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  17. Looks like Barr is tapping yet another attorney to look into more aspects of #Obamagate:

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  18. Hmmm… Minnesota and now LA…

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    1. Yeah I read that yesterday. The cop who kneeled has been in multiple shootings, and has had several complaints against him. History of aggressive behavior plus BAD TRAINING. Not everything is a conspiracy but they are naking it an opportunity.

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      1. Something about this whole incident just doesn’t feel right. Unless this man is completely off his rocker, he had to know at some point that all those bystanders were filming his suicide. Something isn’t right.

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    1. What are the options for Pres. Trump to do? Someone posted a Twitter thread saying he can shut down Twitter because we are in a declared state of emergency. Or maybe an executive order, which I suspect would be immediately challenged with a lawsuit. Or maybe he’s suing (or whatever the legal action would be) to have Twitter declared a publisher instead of a platform. (I hope I got that right.) Maybe he’s moving to Gab or Parler — but I don’t think it’s that; I think he will take action that affects all of Twitter and maybe even social media.

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  19. Have liberal relatives in leftist, big city locations include Southern CA. Tried to tell them to leave and come home to South but nope, decided to stay. We predicted back in March, shortages first and then the riots as people got more and more desperate and the summer heated up. We did not predict that the virus would be this mild or that the blue states (and even the red to some extent) would drag the shut down out like this. But, yes, riots were 100% predictable based on desperation, summer heat, stress and Dem playbook.

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    1. Yes thats fairly true. Now the deal is where in CA it happens. L.a. is expectef. They go out to northern CA or san diego and inland there will be vigilantes and lots of people and p.d.’s putting an end to it right quick.

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  20. Been working hard w/local politics. We will get through this election (I hope and pray) but look at how Nasty the Dems/Uniparty/Globalists are! We need to fight to get through 2020 and then IMMEDIATELY begin to do all for 2022 and 2024. We Must drain our local swamps and elect MAGA candidates into office to be prepared for 2024 and who knows what all the Dems/Uniparty will unleash! Seriously, look at what lenths they are willing to go to…and I am only talking about what is above the surface, what is in our face and known. Terrifying what they are doing that is unknown and below the surface.

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    1. The Gates Foundation is funding a trial:

      …”The $9.5 million trial looking at post-exposure preventive therapy for COVID-19 is part of an initiative launched by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Wellcome, and Mastercard to speed development and access to therapies against the respiratory virus that has spread throughout the world. The COVID-19 Therapeutics Accelerator is funded by the three organizations and an array of government and private sector donors. The hydroxychloroquine trial is one of many approaches the group is funding.

      Hydroxychloroquine has been used since the early 1950s to prevent malaria and treat autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis and lupus. Hydroxychloroquine has a long track record of safety for these conditions, and is being studied in similar or lower doses for the prevention of COVID-19. The medication is hypothesized to prevent COVID-19 from infecting cells.”…

      Study website:

      Study FAQs:

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          1. They are at the front of “solving” this problem. This study is the basis of the Gates trial. It seems Gates games everything he does. He wants control of all data, including that linked to everyone’s health; all data linked to every individual.


              1. That study is linked from the Gates trial website. That researcher knows that hydroxychloroquine is effective in vitro against Covid 19. Gates is funding the clinical trial that links to this research co-authored by shi zenghli. They know. I suspect that this trial is a way to provide hcq to their allies. (They did the same thing in NYS for decades with cannabis under the compassionate care act. If you were part of the trial, you could legally have cannabis, while others were prosecuted.)

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          2. In addition, the publisher of nature, also publishes the journal of EMUNI University. EMUNI University was established by the Union for the Mediterranean, of which, the EU Commission is a member.

            The first University president of EMUNI was Joseph Mifsud.

            It was reported yesterday that EU Commission official, Michel Barnier was asked to resign from his position at the EU Commission related to his involvement with the planning/creation of the Wuhan lab in 2004.

            I provided source links to all of this information in posts yesterday both here, and OT.


      1. The trials I’ve seen on behalf of Gates/Fauci and some universities seem to have been staged to have negative outcome. Not enough HCQ, no added zinc, given too late.. Dr. Todaro’s google document contains details individual trial parameters. Few, if any, following Zelenko’s successful protocol.


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