Dear KAG: 20200716 Running Silent Open Thread

Interesting, I searched “running silent” for some ideas for today’s thread since Q has been quiet, and I got references to two movies. One is “Run Silent, Run Deep” from 1958 with Clark Gable and Burt Lancaster that is about submarines, and the other is a 1972 movie titled “Silent Running” with Bruce Dern which is all about earth’s fauna having been destroyed, and the greenhouse is in space and Bruce Dern has been sent back to earth to destroy the rest of it….

Seriously, how long has Hollywood been tipped off about all this stuff.

And, now we’re being told to “trust the science” which, as we all recall is blinding.

The title of the album is “The Golden Age of Wireless.” WHOA!

All this predicting the future decades ago is freaking me out.

Okay, now I’m really freaked out.

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As usual, this is the daily thread, the place to put all information that needs to be out there – Q drops, Q drop decodes, potential riot information, rumors about MAGA rallies starting up again, news flashes, WuFlu updates (is that still a thing?), satire, memes, and of course cute animal videos.

In the meantime, the short and sweet version of “THE RULES” is here borrowed from Tuesday:

Guidelines for posting and discussion on this site were outlined by our host, WolfM00n. Please, review them from time to time.

The discourse on this site is to be CIVIL – no name calling, baiting, or threatening others here is allowed. Those who are so inclined may visit Wolf’s other sanctuary, the U-Tree, to slog it out.

This site is a celebration of the natural rights endowed to humans by our Creator as well as those enshrined in the Bill of Rights adopted in the founding documents of the United States of America. Within the limits of law, how we exercise these rights is part of the freedom of our discussion.

Fellow tree dweller Wheatie gave us some good reminders on the basics of civility in political discourse:

  1. No food fights.
  2. No running with scissors.
  3. If you bring snacks, bring enough for everyone.

Since it is almost the weekend, the reminders are in place to not swing from the chandeliers, wash your hands and face, marinate the ribs, and be nice to the liberals whether they deserve it or not. Making your bed, OTOH, is optional.

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MT 11:28-30

Jesus said:
“Come to me, all you who labor and are burdened,
and I will give you rest.
Take my yoke upon you and learn from me,
for I am meek and humble of heart;
and you will find rest for yourselves.
For my yoke is easy, and my burden light.”

Time to be a rebel and #TakeOffTheMask! And…time to revisit this now that the lockdown is back on in some places, and the Trump Administration has ordered all COVID 19 data testing results to be sent to the Department of Health and Human Services, not the Center for Disease Control. Something is in the air.

638 thoughts on “Dear KAG: 20200716 Running Silent Open Thread

  1. A most satisfactory appliance repair report! Repaired with two new power sources and not nearly as costly as feared. Once in awhile you do get a lucky break.
    After he left, I did the last minute circle of local errands before the “mandated masks” rule takes effect tomorrow…now I’m prepared to hunker down.

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      1. One time, I got a muscle spasm from overwork washing down the porch while the weather turned cold. The cold air put the muscles into severe spasm. The normal OTC meds did nothing, so I went to a PT who examined me and sent in her PT tech – a young guy who looked exactly like that picture – to do the ultrasound, massage, heat machine on my shoulder. Oh man, was he eye candy – I tried hard not to look stupid or grin. It was even more embarrassing when he undid the back of my bra to apply the machine to my shoulder…. no one but my husband ever did that. I bet the PT was very aware of the impact her technician had on the old ladies.

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        1. We had some electrical work done and were off in Europe. One early morning my house sitter in her oldest PJ looked out the window and saw this hansom guy come to the door. She knew he was coming because I told her and and we also had it written down. She freaked out and she was single that did not help.
          She however began to have a relationship with the guy who build our patio and and other landscaping work. He was not bad looking either.

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  2. Uh, yeah, I’d say said vaccine is not ready. Not even close.

    https://twitter.com/Tore_says/status/1283860055490801665..

    I am ToRe Studio microphone
    @Tore_says

    The homeless guy that hangs outside my building got the second phase COVID Vaccine. He got paid $1500 … He’s in the ICU. Wonder where they got the plasma from? Grifols….that Soros owns? Octopharma Wolfgang? Or the crown CSL?
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    Moderna COVID-19 vaccine induced adverse reactions in ‘more than half’ of trial participants | Just The News https://justthenews.com/nation/science/moderna-covid-19-vaccine-induced-adverse-reactions-more-half-trial-participants
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          1. “If you believe the new studies.”

            😂😆😂

            Okie doky opy doke! Sure! Whatever ya say, doc! Btw, why do you call it a “practice”? You only “practice” medicine, eh?

            I’m gonna start telling my passengers I “practice” flying, and when they object, I’m gonna ask them why it’s OK for doctors to “practice” medicine.

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        1. My doctor in a Florida always said you need to wait 2 years after a vaccine is released to see all the Follow up studies and adverse reactions before putting any of it into your own body.

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            1. That is part of the problem with the annual flu shot – it changes every year and yet gets essentially a pass from testing and from follow up.

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            2. He was referring to the shingles vaccine and pneumonia vaccine, specifically at the time because they were new and being heavily pushed . Eventually, he had read enough medical literature that he felt comfortable in recommending them.
              However, he also advised against flu shots because it was very much of a hit or miss situation with the strain of flu (usually coming from China). To this day I’ve never had a flu shot.

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              1. I worked in a Psychiatric Hospital Pharmacy, and one year our Boss said if we were to be going on the Wards, we MUST have a flu shot.
                One of the pharmacists lined us up one day, and we all got the shots.
                At the time, I had one roommate, a Nurse, who worked for a GP, and he also said: This year, Flu Bad. So, she got one too.
                ALL that Winter we both were mildly to moderately nauseated…Never missed work, but were nauseous for months and months.
                No more for me.

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    1. “Uh, yeah, I’d say said vaccine is not ready. Not even close.”

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      It used to be that any new vaccine was tested on animals.

      For years.

      If it didn’t have any side effects that showed up after YEARS, they would do human trials, which again took YEARS.

      Once it was determined to not only be effective for the desired purpose, but also didn’t KILL anyone, THEN it was made available to the public.

      But we’ve skipped right past all that — trails, schmiles… we don’t need no stinkin’ trials! — just whip up some magic medical voodoo on Dr. Moreau’s Island of Lost Souls, and inject away!

      Besides, what could really go wrong?

      😂😂😲😂😂

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    1. It all about trashing the economy as bad as possible. If you read liberal trash, they are using phrases like “crumbling economy” and “Trump’s economic meltdown”.

      It all about maintaining the liberal illusion.

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        1. “And their followers are actively resisting accepting any arguments that the lies they’ve swallowed are anything but the truth.”

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          Then we should help them… in the most subversive way. 😁

          And it will be easy.

          For every new idiocy they come up with, we should encourage them.

          They’re like children, they wait to see our reaction, and when we react negatively, that’s their mental cue to take the opposite position.

          So for example, when they say “We should wear masks all the time now, everywhere!”, we should agree, and say “You know what… you’re right… and ball gags, too. There is a much tighter seal with the lips around a ball, than a round-ish mask attempting to ‘seal’ around the angular lines of the face. Seriously, it’s science.”

          No matter what they say, no matter how outlandish and ridiculous they get, always up the ante.

          If they want to close restaurants, then agree with them, and say “And resta-rooms, too.”

          The only hard part is keeping a straight face, at least long enough to look away 👍😁

          It’s hilarious good fun, and if they ever catch on that you’ve been mocking them, they feel stupid and ashamed — which is the first necessary step on their road to recovery.

          So if you love them, you have to gaslight and mock them.

          And even if you don’t love them, it’s still a really good time 😂🤣😂

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      1. Its what they’ve been doing here since day 1. Just drinking is more social than having a drink with dinner so they ban it. But you can actually but pitchers of margaritas and other things “to go.”

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      2. “But you can actually buy pitchers of margaritas and other things “to go.” ”

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        They used to call those ‘growlers’ before they started canning beer for the first time, in 1935. Some of the quart sized cans (and at least one 12 oz can) used the term ‘Growler’ (with an image of a bull dog carrying a pail of beer, see last photo of ‘Manhattan Beer’ from Al Capone’s Chicago, Illinois brewery below) as a carryover or reminder from when you could buy a bucket of beer from your local saloon.

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        http://www.rustycans.com/COM/month0909.html#top

        “What”, you may ask, “is a growler?” Originally it was a pitcher or pail that was used to carry beer.

        Before Prohibition most beer was sold “on draft.” It was common for families to send someone, often a child, to a local saloon with a pitcher or pail to go get beer to go with the family’s dinner. Boys in urban areas could make a little extra money by waiting outside factory gates at lunch time. They would take the small buckets from the men on their lunch break, run to the saloon to have them filled, then run them back to the men to have to drink at lunch or at work. This was called “rushing the growler.”

        This was a popular practice. In 1894, The Nebraska State Journal reported that “rushing the growler” was a “national habit.” The Journal reported that a “growler” meant 10 cents worth of beer (approximately $2.44 in 2009 dollars). This was “twice as much beer for ten cents … as you can get for the same money standing in front of a bar.”

        The Journal noted that it was common for children or women to “rush the growler” for their families. Women could use the “family entrance” which was at the side of many pre-Prohibition saloons. “Once inside the booth [at the family entrance]” the woman “lays her bucket and ten cents on the window ledge and gets her beer.”

        As for children, “it is against the law to sell liquor to them, but the bartender knows it is for home use, and knows the children to whom he sells, hence is is seldom detected.” Children knew they had an opportunity to sample the beer themselves on the way home as well.

        Finally, the reporter writes, “On the east side [of New York] and the far west side*, and in all the tenement and small flat districts, the ‘growler’ is rushed all night long, or until the saloon closes.” “Growler season,” he continued, “decreases more than two-thirds during the winter months, when the saloons are compelled to manufacture hot drinks to offset the loss of the ‘growler money.'”

        (*the lower East Side and the far West Side of Manhattan were working class and lower class districts with heavy immigrant populations.)
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          1. The City of St. Louis actually still has a law on the books that no one may sit on the curb and drink from a bucket.

            During regular times, when there are parades and such, it’s ignored.

            And we still can get growlers of beer from the local microbrees.

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          2. You’re very welcome! 👍

            ………………………
            “The thing that hath been, it is that which shall be; and that which is done is that which shall be done: and there is no new thing under the sun. [10] Is there any thing whereof it may be said, See, this is new? it hath been already of old time, which was before us.” (Ecclesiastes 1:9-10, KJV)
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  3. Wow Uk really?

    Shamima Begum can return to UK to fight for citizenship, Court of Appeal rules

    https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-53427197

    Shamima Begum should be allowed to return to the UK to fight the decision to remove her British citizenship, the Court of Appeal has ruled.
    Ms Begum, now 20, was one of three schoolgirls who left London to join the Islamic State group in Syria in 2015.
    Her citizenship was revoked by the Home Office on security grounds after she was found in a refugee camp in 2019.
    The Court of Appeal said she had been denied a fair hearing because she could not make her case from the Syrian camp.

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    1. The enemy has completely infiltrated their judiciary and parliament, just like our judiciary and Congress.

      Just like Canada’s and all of Western Europe’s.

      Same people behind it, same interests, same objectives.

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    1. “What is the difference in having a pint of Guinness with a toasted sandwich and a pint on it own?”

      The sandwich tastes better when you have a Guinness with it.

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    2. “What is the difference in having a pint of Guinness with a toasted sandwich and a pint on it own?

      Why does one pose a public health danger and the other doesn’t ?”

      _____________

      Apparently Covid-22 is neutralized by food now… must be an extrapolation of the grocery store principle, where it was safe to go in a grocery but not into a church building.

      It’s all science these days anyway… too complicated for us to understand, but fortunately the geniuses running state and local government are all over this like BLM at a race-hustling ‘How to’ seminar 👍

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  4. Really? Seriously? ‘Cause if we were to get all of my nuclear family together, including nephews, step-nephews, and [cough] wives, I bet we’d be over the limit.

    And that’s just family.

    https://twitter.com/votejessi2020/status/1283880415456120834..

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    Jessi Melton for US Congress
    @votejessi2020
    BREAKING: According to a local city mayor, Broward County has passed an order to limit how many people can be in YOUR HOME!

    These people have lost their minds!!!
    5:45 PM · Jul 16, 2020

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    1. “BREAKING: According to a local city mayor, Broward County has passed an order to limit how many people can be in YOUR HOME!”

      ______________

      “Passed an order”?!?

      I’m kinda new to new-speak, so I’m trying to figure this out.

      I know about passing laws, and then those laws can be challenged if they are unconstitutional.

      And I know about dictatorial ‘orders’, which have no force of law, because our system is not a dictatorship, we have different branches of government that do different things. For example, a legislative branch to vote/pass bills, and the governor (executive branch) either vetoes or signs them into law.

      Where does “passed an order” fit in, exactly?

      Is it between ‘banana’ and ‘republic’? 😂🤣😂

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      1. Wonder if they’re picky about how many people per house in “sanctuary” zones or areas with lots of illegals????? Or “halfway houses”, where people (or trafficking victims) are “just passing through”…

        Nah, didn’t think so…

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    2. There are occupancy laws and I believe each state may have their own take on it. Congress passed a law that states that the rule of thumb is 2 + 1. Two people would occupy each bedroom. When it comes to rentals it is a whole new ball game. Especially children must be separated by male/female and limited to number in each room.

      I believe that it is a little more involved that just how many people live in a house, such as utilities mostly because of sewage, at least so they say.

      You can google your state and occupancy laws.

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      1. I beg your pardon?

        This is a four bedroom house, technically (we use one bedroom as a family room) and it is zoned for 12.

        One summer, when it was REALLY hot, we had no central AC. We had one window unit in one bedroom. Mom was pregnant with my youngest brother, and we all, including the dog, slept in the same room.

        Zoning laws are invasive and get violated on a regular basis. We know families with 7-9 kids, and there would be three to a bedroom.

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      2. Back in my pauper days, five of us shared one bedroom. In time we graduated to two bedrooms. Then, three, four and now five.

        Have never heard of the sewage thing mentioned above.

        Fortunately, I know nothing of occupancy laws. Zero chance many folks I know, can afford what is being described above.

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        1. After I wrote that response, I was thinking about the families in my parish growing up. One family, I know, had four girls in one room, another had five girls in a second story open room with the boys in the basement.

          We do have occupancy rules around here, but hardly any of them are enforced. And sewage is a flat fee in this metro as far as I know. Storm water runoff is calculated by the foot print of the house, IIRC. Maybe adding in surrounding concrete.

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          1. Had not thought of sewage in that light.

            Present and past three or four homes, sewage was based on water usage. Sewage being significantly higher than water portion of the bill.

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            1. Some places combine the two, I understand, but here they are separate utilities. And storm water DOES NOT go into the sewer system for treatment. It goes to the Mississippi River via a series of storm drains to conduits that are actually natural rivers and were co-opted by the Metropolitan Sewer District. It’s actually considered to be quite the civil engineering feat known as the River Des Peres, as two Jesuit priests explored it about 240 years ago, long before the city grew.

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              1. Yeah, well, here the systems lie side by side so we don’t have to treat storm water before it gets dumped back into the system.

                Of course, that was done back before cars were the primary mode of transportation, like well over 100 years ago.

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              2. And, actually, the storm water fee is, on average less than $50, the sewer less than $100/mo. It a small price to pay for being civilized and keeping water born disease at bay, something this city saw A LOT of in the 19th century before the spring fed ponds were drained.

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              3. Yea. Storm water is a separate system, everywhere I have lived. I suppose storm drain fee in property taxes. Has never been part of any of my water bills. Makes sense I am paying for it somewhere.

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              4. In the desert I’m sure it’s different, but here where we get rain, squall lines, and the occasional hurricane remnants, they can be hell to maintain. Just keeping the grates clear of debris is a full time job after storms like the one last night.

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          2. How many kids to a bedroom applies to rental properties not owner occupied. I lived in MD, the girl next door was a single mom with 1 daughter and 3 sons of various ages in a 3 bedroom townhouse. She had to let one of the boys stay with his dad because he was not allowed to stay in the townhouse.

            Family from Bangladesh had ~12 children in a three bedroom apartment, they were brought here by our government. The state would not allow them to stay in the apartment so the government (Fed) bought them a townhouse. It made it owner occupied so it was OK. Also a 3 bedroom townhouse.

            Also, owner occupied single person living in 3 bedroom townhouse. Rented out (illegally) all the rooms to the house including closets – going rate for closet $100 month. All rented to illegals. We would get her closed down and it started all over again.

            The sewage is more about how much sewage flows through the pipes and not about cost.

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      3. Occupancy laws for housing are for people living there. I guess Broward county decided they needed to monitor how many people can be in a dwelling at one point in time for which there is most likely no legal reason for.

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  5. The Library

    This is where the donations to Black Lives Matter REALLY went. The only way to ‘donate’ to BLM leads to ActBlue who disseminates the funds. This is a money laundering operation. ⬇️

    https://twitter.com/OpenSecretsDC/status/1283864481983016960

    OpenSecrets.org
    Democrats running in the 11 most competitive Senate races collectively raised $67.3 million in the 2nd quarter of the year, $20.5 million more than their Republican counterparts. Much of that Democratic dominance is driven by small donors giving online. …

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    1. Satan Soros was using some sort of automated banking thing to chuck out hundreds (if not thousands) of small donations under various names. All, of course, ultimately funded by him.

      DEMONicRATS. Tools of Satan. Plain and simple.

      Ephesians 6:10-18.

      PRAY!!!!!

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  6. Schumer proposes $350 Billion relief package for NON-WHITE communities
    FTA
    Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer is proposing a segregated coronavirus relief package that would exclude white Americans impacted by the economic downturn.

    Fox News reported Sen. Schumer wants to appropriate $350 billion in funds for minority Americans over a five-year period.

    The Economic Justice Act unveiled Thursday by Senate Democrats would “address systemic racism and historic underinvestment in communities of color.”

    The proposed legislation says it will offer relief to non-white Americans through “immediate and long-term investments in communities of color.”

    Those investments include child care programs, assistance for small businesses, tax credits for renters and Medicaid expansion for minorities.

    https://www.westernjournal.com/sen-schumer-proposes-350-billion-covid-aid-package-not-white-people/

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    1. If they did this by zip codes so that more went to:
      the zip codes with the most cases of Covid 19
      or the zip codes of the most economically impacted
      or the zip codes of the poorest Americans pre or post Covid 19
      ….any of these would probably help POC disproportionately but would at least not be race based and absolutely, blatently discribinatory and unfair.

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    2. “Schumer proposes $350 Billion relief package for NON-WHITE communities”

      ______________

      Sorry Chuckie, you can’t discriminate against white people like that, especially with white peoples’ tax dollars.

      It must be really hard for racist democrats to figure this stuff out, after having been racists their whole lives.

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        1. And all VSGPDJT would have to do is point at the MASSIVE increase in employment and prosperity among the black, mexican, native american, and other communities; basically EVERYONE, since he took office. And the much better than expected (by the YSM/MCM presstitutes) recovery from the Fakorona virus, both medically and financially…

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        2. “i think it’s just a “gesture”…so the dams can point to something and say–look we tried–we need you black voters on our side–but the racist white repubs wouldn’t pass it.”

          ____________

          But the black people already know the dems are lying.

          Remember when the $1,200 checks were going out to everyone?

          Remember all the videos and tweets and other comments that were going viral?

          About how the dems had been promising them free stuff their whole lives, but it was Trump who put $1,200 CASH in their pocket 😂

          Money talks, and Chuckie walks…

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  7. The Library

    Want to know why Fox News has turned on its viewers & gone hard Left? Here’s why:

    Kenneth P. Vogel
    MURDOCH $$$ FOR BIDEN: RUPERT MURDOCH’s son, JAMES MURDOCH, & James’s wife KATHRYN MURDOCH donated $615k each to @JoeBiden’s joint fundraising committee BIDEN VICTORY on 6/30. Other big $ came from: JEFFREY KATZENBERG: $618k LAURENE POWELL JOBS: $611k ht…

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  8. Proceedings from Pahrump . . .

    I went to WalMart and Smith’s today. I didn’t wear a mask and everybody else, bar none, were wearing their covid masks.

    Karen wasn’t in Smith’s, but Ken was.

    I was waiting near the self check-out area, in the duly designated socially conscious six-feet-apart waiting area, when I saw some guy gesture and heard his voice. I looked at him, and he pointed at his mask and said (I assume) “mask” . . . because I wasn’t wearing one.

    I responded, “It’s healthier without a mask, thank you”. Apparently, my response was quite upsetting to him as he displayed his middle digit rather prominently and stalked out of the store . . . without even paying for the groceries he left with. The attendant had to clear the self check-out machine, and we had a little chuckle about that idiot. Me not wearing a mask wasn’t an issue at all with her.

    Typical Prog behavior!

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    1. I have a Trump yard sign that I got from the local Trump campaign in 2016 – but in our neighborhood they are not allowed in our yards.

      So I casually lean it in a big concrete mixing tray that I use for mixing potting soil mix….and it is somewhat visible when I work in the yard and the garage door is open. I was potting some daylily proliferations so I moved the sign out of the way and stuck it in a bale of pine straw. I was trimming my shrubbery a week or so ago, and a guy came by in his truck and stopped, turned around and came back by, then came by again and stopped in front of the house next door. He made a phone call leaning against the back of his truck. He looked upset, and I thought maybe he was supposed to meet my neighbor and she wasn’t home or something.

      Today, I got a note from the HOA that political signs are not allowed. I wrote back and said I did not have a sign of any kind in my yard, but did occasionally put out a flag. I asked if the ‘I support our Health Care Workers and support for Police signs that have cropped up around our neighborhood were allowed.

      I’m wondering if that guy was ‘Ken’ reporting my Trump sign to the HOA.

      I also have a prominent magnetic Trump sign on my rear tailgate with a couple of US Flags. And my Women For Trump rally sign and Trump-Pence rally signs from 2016 are stapled to the rear wall of my garage. I don’t think they can prevent me from having Trump signs in my garage.

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    2. “Apparently, my response was quite upsetting to him as he displayed his middle digit rather prominently and stalked out of the store . . . without even paying for the groceries he left with.”

      ____________

      I would have called the police to report a theft, and really made his day special, give him some time to think about all the virtues of being a ‘Karen’, trying to boss the other inmates around to put masks on and stay six feet away from him 👍 😂

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      1. The self-checkout attendant was right there and saw and had to clear the machine by completing the “pay” function and printing the receipt. What she was going to do, I don’t know.

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    3. My brother-in-law was at the grocery a couple days ago, in the produce section, when he noticed some mask-Nazi staring at him. So he turned to the guy and said “Did you know your mama has a wooden leg?

      The guy had NO response to that question 😂😂😂

      It’s beautiful!

      It makes no sense, has nothing to do with anything, just asking a nonsense question out of the blue… I thought about it for a second while I was laughing, and then I realized I didn’t have a retort to that question either!

      And I’m usually good at that stuff…

      He said the guy’s whole posture deflated, like he was a beaten man, shoulders down, head down, eyes down.

      Then my brother-in-law kicked him while he was down as he walked past, I don’t remember what he said, something like “That’s right, you keep right on walkin’ “, but it was better than that, because I was laughing all over again when he said it.

      Karen will think twice before playing that game with strangers again 😁

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      1. From the “I love to laugh” sequence in “Mary Poppins”:

        “I met a man with a wodden leg named Smith”

        “And what was the name of his other leg?”

        (Dick Van Dyke and Ed Wynn)

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    Remember when the media mocked Trump for discussing ultraviolet light in response to COVID?

    It seems that there are results in Italy that back him up now.

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    1. I found out tonight that 7 covid patience on ventilators are in our hospital. We had nothing all this time . No wonder we have now to wear masks when going to the store. We had nothing for so long or maybe not serious until now. We have many nursing homes and some are not the best since we have so many poor people. We are a small city that has shrunk and is still shrinking.
      Columbus had covid problems and so had Cincinnati both cities are 2 hours from us.

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  10. Here’s a good SCOTUS decision.
    Supreme Court blocks 1 million Florida felons from voting in 2020…

    “The Supreme Court on Thursday let stand a lower court ruling that could strip voting eligibility from up to 1 million Florida felons who have completed their sentences but have yet to pay outstanding fines, restitution and other fees.

    “In an unsigned opinion, the conservative-majority court declined to revisit a federal appeals court ruling that permits Florida to stop felons with outstanding court-imposed debt from registering to vote as a July 20 primary election registration deadline approaches.

    “Three of the court’s more liberal justices, Sonia Sotomayor, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Elena Kagan, dissented.”

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    1. Debt to society must be fully paid First before privledges of citenship are restored.

      Good! Responsibility should Always come Before privledges!

      Liked by 5 people

    2. “Here’s a good SCOTUS decision.
      Supreme Court blocks 1 million Florida felons from voting in 2020…”

      ____________

      I don’t know… that might have cost Trump about 990,000 votes. It’s not like any of them were going to vote for Biden — at least not on purpose.

      Not even Biden’s own family members are voting for Pedo Joe.

      .

      “Three of the court’s more liberal justices, Sonia Sotomayor, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Elena Kagan, dissented.”

      ____________

      Three of the court’s more female justices, too. Maybe not more female than Breyer or Roberts, but still.

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  11. The Reckoning Collision symbol@sethjlevy

    · 7h
    Barr just threatened every CEO, every professor and every University president with FARA violations.

    Brian Cates //Flynn & Breitbart’s Army!
    @drawandstrike
    ·
    3h
    Indeed he did.

    If you’re going to be a foreign agent for the CCP, and take big $$$ to represent that regime over here in the US, you had better have publicly filed to be one.

    Because if not…you **ARE** breaking the law.

    Brian Cates //Flynn & Breitbart’s Army!
    @drawandstrike
    ·
    3h
    Replying to @drawandstrike

    And this also goes for members of Congress, members of the news media, University presidents & professors and others taking $$$ from Qatar, Iran, Russia and other places.

    You better go file NOW and hope it retroactively covers your ass.

    Clyde @OhScope
    ·
    3h
    Replying to @drawandstrike

    Does this include the NBA?

    Brian Cates //Flynn & Breitbart’s Army!@drawandstrike
    ·
    3h
    If they were taking $$$ directly from China and not disclosing it? Yes.

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    1. “Barr just threatened every CEO, every professor and every University president with FARA violations.”

      ____________

      It sure would be more impressive if he just arrested them for breaking the law.

      That’s what happens when everybody else breaks the law.

      The Attorney General of the United States doesn’t issue threats or warnings to cut it out to all of us in the bottom tier of our two-tiered just-us club.

      So while it’s nice that Barr acknowledged their lawlessness, it only proves there’s one standard for the professional criminal class, and a whole other standard for We the People.

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    1. Simple. Garden gnomes are cute little guys . . . even when they’re lying their asses off about anything that might upset his Big Pharma buddies or “vaccine” Billy Gates.

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      1. To paraphrase Arthur Dent,
        Ah, this is obviously some strange usage of the word ‘cute’ that I wasn’t previously aware of. 🙂

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  12. Please, pray for Dr. Zelenko, the gentleman who saved many lives with his HCQ-zinc-antibiotic protocol for COVID-19. He is the father of eight and a very good man who will treat any patient coming his way whether they are part of his community or not.

    https://twitter.com/zev_dr/status/1283896255685570562..

    Dr. Zev Zelenko
    @zev_dr

    FYI. I need emergency heart surgery, but will continue to fight until the war against tyranny is won. Please do your part and spread the truth everywhere. A small amount of light pushes away a large amount of darkness.

    6:48 PM · Jul 16, 2020

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  13. We slowed the spread of WuFlu and gave healthcare systems, governments and people time to prepare. Now, we have opened up and the inevitable spread of the virus is taking place.

    While I will not break hippa laws and we now have info and stats available for every state so everyone can look up what is happening in their own locations, I will share that hospitals are filling up.

    Yes, the leftist’s narratives are politically motivated. Yes, #s are exagerated. But, yes, the spikes are real.

    Good news is that while we slowed the spreak, healthcare had time to figure out what will work for as many as possible treatment wise. And so did we as individuals.

    Hospitals are really filling up and the key stat to watch is not new cases but hospital admissions + hosptial space availability. The pressure is on the hospitals Big Time. And healthcare workers are getting sick so some less hospital availability due to staff shortages. All of these was expected and inevitable.

    Just be prepared personally and take care of yourselves. Plus, be ready on social media, comment sections and in your circle of influence as the narrative as hospitals fill and the pandemic continues is natural course will be a place to fight for President Trump and all he has done to mitigate the virus with the proper balance of life-must-go-on.

    We have been going in public (huge event just Tues pm) but are taking our supplements, eating our fermented foods, taking zinc, etc., in hopes of fending off the virus and mitigating the severity if we do contract the virus.

    But it is not just negative spin that hospitals are filling up. Some cases are due to people being diagnosed with wuflu while in the hospital for other things but there are an increase in cases in the hospital Because of wuflu and ICUs feeling the pressure. Some hospitals again suspending elective surgeries and some turning regular wings into ICU units.

    We have been expecting this and watching this build. Haven’t mentioned it here as a) not my focus as I have been working darn hard in our local GOP to the best of my ability and inexeprience & b) I know that many only want to hear the good news on the wuflu front. There is much good news but the increase in cases, although perhaps exagerated, is real and the hospitals in places like TX, FL, LA & even TN are filling. Just be aware for yourselves and to be warriors on real news and all POTUS has done re wuflu and that China is responsible for the lying, denying and not containing.

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    1. Many local medical officials, Houston, TX, was on location, have said that the hospitals are filling up with the people who put off elective surgery prior to the insanity. They now are either in an emergency situation, or are finally getting around to it.

      My aunt was in such a position. Her hip replacement was postponed, and by the time they got her in to get it done, she was in a wheelchair.

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    2. Whatever locations truly have a capacity crunch in hospitals, there is an easy, effective solution.

      – Field hospitals or convert convention centers. Sadly, in NV some of the casinos are going bankrupt.

      – Governors only have to call President Trump or Vice President Pence. Or the state FEMA rep contact FEMA Head.

      There is no reason to panic, NOT you Maga Mom, YSM and D-Rats. Nor shutdown again.

      Meet the Covid problem head on!

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      1. I am not panicing … but I see hospital #s from inside the a healthcare system. Just an FYI.

        the increase is expected and it will continue even as we want to open up. we don’t wear masks right now (might in the fall/winter), are taking some precautions, etc. So, no we are not hiding in our home or behind masks but we do take precautions and know the virus is real.

        All I am saying is be prepared for increase in cases, take precautions for yourselves as you see fit and know there will be much screaching from the left and we need to counter it.

        100% unrealistic to expect the virus to be contained &/or the country to stay shut down like the leftist want. Virus will spread and sadly people will die of the virus. But we don’t need to stay shut down. Agreed.

        But hospitals in many locations are filling. Yes, already in normal use but the wuflu cases are now increasing beyond the extra/empty beds esp. ICUs.

        Interestingly still plenty of ventilators … using other treatments more effectively?

        For those in GA here is a public website to watch for specific hospitals being filled …
        https://gaems.net/cgi-bin/diversion.pl

        TN hospitalizations up from ~400 1.5 weeks ago.
        https://www.tn.gov/health/cedep/ncov/data/hospitalization-data/current-covid-hospitalizations.html

        Of course, we don’t know how many are hospitalized *with* wuflu or *because* of wuflu … how many patients are in the hospital for something else and then found to be wuflu positive?

        The other publicly available stats for TN that I watch are hospital availability. Open beds are the key v. how many people are in the hospital.
        https://www.tn.gov/health/cedep/ncov/data/hospitalization-data/hospital-capacity.html

        NC’s dashboard has both wuflu specific hospitalizations as well as available hospital beds and ventilators
        https://covid19.ncdhhs.gov/dashboard/hospitalizations

        TX public info is harder access but still easily available – just have to download to excel
        https://dshs.texas.gov/coronavirus/AdditionalData.aspx

        Basic VA info
        https://www.vdh.virginia.gov/coronavirus/covid-19-daily-dashboard/
        Detailed VA info re: hospitalizations and availability
        https://www.vhha.com/communications/virginia-hospital-covid-19-data-dashboard/

        Colorado
        https://covid19.colorado.gov/hospital-data

        New cases are to be expected and increase in testing gives increase to finding mild to non symptomatic cases. Hospital stats are what I watch for an indication of much increase we are seeing as compared to early months (more testing or less testing – people in the ICU are there regardless of how much testing as they are there based on symptoms and need for care). Also, hospitals being overwhelmed and people dying because they could not be cared for was the big original fear/motivator.

        Anyway, just take care of yourselves and be ready to fight for POTUS as the left screaches due to increasing #s.

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        1. ^^^ Agree completely.

          Did not intend to imply you were panicking. ONLY that is D-rat goal, as supported by YSM.

          As you are watching a number of states, here are a couple for NV.

          NV has a dashboard and slides that show varoius Covid data points, hospital capacity, loading, Covid related, ICU, ICU + Covid, ICU + ventilator + Covid.

          *https://app.powerbigov.us/view?r=eyJrIjoiMjA2ZThiOWUtM2FlNS00MGY5LWFmYjUtNmQwNTQ3Nzg5N2I2IiwidCI6ImU0YTM0MGU2LWI4OWUtNGU2OC04ZWFhLTE1NDRkMjcwMzk4MCJ9

          *https://nvha.net/news-and-updates-on-the-covid-19/
          ^^^ This one, click on what looks like a slide, left side. There are usually 3-6 slides updated daily.

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        2. Posted this below. Adds to you in case you miss it.
          It’s been posted about several times since the very start of the month.

          Pull up your world o meters site, scroll down to mexico. At mexico open mexico’s data or use this link.
          https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/mexico/

          You can see that Mexico started it’s first CV surge in mid may. It spiked to the numbers we still see now on 27-29 June just as we were getting first reports of hospitalizations numbers going up in Texas and California just a little before that. Mexico’s outbreak is rather large and residual numbers are coming into the US with the same effect that the New York area effected the rest of the country.

          We have Ex pats and duel citizens in Mexico that have US pass ports and are allowed to travel here for treatment. Guess what. They are and have been since at least 27 June. We also have Migrant workers who are allowed to travel across the border. Guess what, they are coming too. Also based on someone’s reporting here, I guess you can add US travelers to the list.

          Concerning the Mexican migrant workers. One could assume they caught it here and brought it to Mexico. Now they are returning back here for treatment. Seems fair to me. I think it’s fair to the president as well. Their first time flare up is rather big, but with all the President’s been dealing with, I’m willing to bet he sees this as a minor problem and helping to take some pressure off Mexico to help them deal with this is likely intended to be a courtesy.

          Your also going to have to add in other South American countries into this mix when it comes to people with pass ports and money. They have also likely flown in for treatment. Most people coming in for treatment are usually in and out quickly, however your going to have some with cormobidities that need to stay longer, thus filling up bed space and in some cases die while in treatment.

          Of those that die here, we get the stories of morgue space running out. Why would morgue space run out? Most likely these are people who came from south of the border and their families can not come and take them away for burial Other than that there is no reason for morgues to be filling up as their are no restrictions on sending bodies to funeral homes.

          Also of note are the run up in Covid is happening in Southern States and particularly along the border. Reason of course is the proximity to the border as well as the relative safety of Southern States as an option for treatment when compared to Northern States.

          Now why don’t we hear this in the news? Answer is it’s in the news but its not front and center for the left or the right. All stories are the type you have to stumble upon or search for. Meanwhile the left is not going to say we are helping Mexico by letting these people be treated here when the better story for them is that Trump is loosing control of the battle with CV. Meanwhile the right is not going to make much of this because many will demand the border to be shut. I think the President’s view is we can handle this, which we can. Just lets not make an issue out of it. This might also explain Gov. Abbott’s strange behavior.

          Meanwhile exact data on all this is hard to come by. Sanctuary states, counties, cities and towns as well as hospitals are not likely to keep statistics on people from out of the country and if they have them they are not going to release them to the Feds. Thus all reporting on this has been anecdotal but is easily found by dong a search for US Mexico border COVID 19.

          Now with all that you add in protests to our new spike numbers and that’s whats happening and why IMHO.

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            1. Pleased if you do. This is very under reported. I think the Trump administration is not talking about this because some folk won’t understand. It’s actually a good story because we can and are taking pressure off of our trading partner. And it’s not like we aren’t trying to control who’s coming over the border.

              This guy has done several stories on it.
              https://www.conservativereview.com/news/horowitz-texas-border-counties-hospitalization-rate-5-times-national-average/

              https://www.foxnews.com/media/dr-atlas-coronavirus-surges-linked-mostly-to-protests-and-proximity-to-us-mexico-border

              https://thepoliticsofduh.com/2020/07/09/are-deaths-coming-from-south-of-the-border/

              This one very moving story and explanation for what’s happening in CA. Not sure who posted this here but it arrived near the beginning of the month if not earlier.

              https://www.cnn.com/2020/06/29/health/border-hospitals-coronavirus/index.html

              I don’t think I have anything on Louisiana but all the Southern States are being effected by this.

              Also I’m of the opinion that Goya guy and others from down south partly showed up at the White House to give thanks to POTUS for what he was doing, just not mentioning the CV surge, but I could be wrong.

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  14. Liz Crokin

    I wrote an article titled Trump Does The Unthinkable in 2016 because I was so disgusted at the lies the mainstream media & loud-mouthed celebrities were spreading about then presidential candidate Donald Trump. No one had anything bad to say about Trump till he made the decision to run for President as a Republican. My goal was to capture the essence of who the real Donald Trump is. This article went viral immediately & recently it’s been circulating a lot again across multiple social media platforms. I decided to turn this article into a video to reach as many people as possible so they too can learn the true heart of our President during a time when it’s still very hard to find honest reporting anywhere in the media.

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  15. Michigan court rules absentee ballots won’t be counted after polls close on Election Day
    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/michigan-court-rules-absentee-ballots-wont-count-after-polls-close-on-election-day

    “Judge David Sawyer wrote that the organizers of the ballot drive did not include a deadline in the initiative. ‘We follow the view that courts should typically defer to the Legislature in making policy decisions,’ he said.”

    They’re going to appeal to SCOTUS.

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    1. “Michigan court rules absentee ballots won’t be counted after polls close on Election Day”

      ______________

      Well if they’re not allowed to count absentee ballots after the polls close, then how are the democrats supposed to know how many fraudulent absentee votes they need to come up with, in order to win?

      The whole premise of the democrat machine election system is based on cheating, to count the opponents’ votes first, so they know exactly how many extra ‘votes’ they need to ‘find’ to ‘win’.

      Doesn’t the Michigan court know that?

      How are the dims supposed to win now?

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    1. “JUST IN: Democratic officials are instructing members of the House and Senate and party delegates to skip their national convention this summer.”

      ____________

      At this point, they should probably just go ahead and skip the election too 😂

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      1. I don’t think they’re too worried about that, these people make traditional mafia look like girl scouts.

        If Bernie said a single word he wasn’t supposed to say, a hundred democrats would rush the stage on command and Arkancide him right there on live national television.

        And the news media would go to a commercial break, and come back, and pretend like it never happened. 😂

        And even if millions of people saw it and recorded it on their DVR, the MSM would just call them conspiracy theorists and then never mention Bernie Sanders again, ever.

        That’s how much control they have over the narrative… because who would stop them?

        Until or unless someone physically arrests them, reality is whatever they say it is, as long as enough people (democrats) are willing to go along with it.

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  16. Yup. How is dhs allowing these people in???

    KUSI News (@KUSINews) Tweeted:
    Data expert @Justin_Hart received patient data from a #SanDiego hospital conglomerate. He found many COVID patients being treated here reported “encounters with travel to Mexico”

    He found emergency visits are down from same time last year

    Full Interview: https://t.co/9af50IxJYX https://t.co/hVC9QChR4e

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      1. They are crossing into the state in san diego or Imperial county and then being transferred everywhere in socal. They are almost all clinically stable. Then they are being treated and RELEASED INTO GENERAL PUBLIC.

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        1. Thanks for responding and for the info…

          My heart aches for you and your family. Must be difficult for your son to understand and process all this. God bless you and your family.

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          1. Ty PR. Lots of businesses are just refusing to cooperate at this point. Most retail has stayed open. Restaurants no. Therecare restaurants that have never reopened. All the haur salons are closed again.
            Kiddo is very reliant on me as playmate, mom, and everything. I let him watch tucker every day though.
            He just said to me while eating his dinner, ” I hope President Trump is wins the election. ” I asked why and he said “I dont want any bad people in charge of us.”
            Hes more informed than most 6/7 year olds and doing ok, sort of, except for no kids around.

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      2. It’s been posted about several times since the very start of the month.

        Pull up your world o meters site, scroll down to mexico. At mexico open mexico’s data or use this link.
        https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/mexico/

        You can see that Mexico started it’s first CV surge in mid may. It spiked to the numbers we still see now on 27-29 June just as we were getting first reports of hospitalizations numbers going up in Texas and California just a little before that. Mexico’s outbreak is rather large and residual numbers are coming into the US with the same effect that the New York area effected the rest of the country.

        We have Ex pats and duel citizens in Mexico that have US pass ports and are allowed to travel here for treatment. Guess what. They are and have been since at least 27 June. We also have Migrant workers who are allowed to travel across the border. Guess what, they are coming too. Also based on someone’s reporting here, I guess you can add US travelers to the list.

        Concerning the Mexican migrant workers. One could assume they caught it here and brought it to Mexico. Now they are returning back here for treatment. Seems fair to me. I think it’s fair to the president as well. Their first time flare up is rather big, but with all the President’s been dealing with, I’m willing to bet he sees this as a minor problem and helping to take some pressure off Mexico to help them deal with this is likely intended to be a courtesy.

        Your also going to have to add in other South American countries into this mix when it comes to people with pass ports and money. They have also likely flown in for treatment. Most people coming in for treatment are usually in and out quickly, however your going to have some with cormobidities that need to stay longer, thus filling up bed space and in some cases die while in treatment.

        Of those that die here, we get the stories of morgue space running out. Why would morgue space run out? Most likely these are people who came from south of the border and their families can not come and take them away for burial Other than that there is no reason for morgues to be filling up as their are no restrictions on sending bodies to funeral homes.

        Also of note are the run up in Covid is happening in Southern States and particularly along the border. Reason of course is the proximity to the border as well as the relative safety of Southern States as an option for treatment when compared to Northern States.

        Now why don’t we hear this in the news? Answer is it’s in the news but its not front and center for the left or the right. All stories are the type you have to stumble upon or search for. Meanwhile the left is not going to say we are helping Mexico by letting these people be treated here when the better story for them is that Trump is loosing control of the battle with CV. Meanwhile the right is not going to make much of this because many will demand the border to be shut. I think the President’s view is we can handle this, which we can. Just lets not make an issue out of it. This might also explain Gov. Abbott’s strange behavior.

        Meanwhile exact data on all this is hard to come by. Sanctuary states, counties, cities and towns as well as hospitals are not likely to keep statistics on people from out of the country and if they have them they are not going to release them to the Feds. Thus all reporting on this has been anecdotal but is easily found by dong a search for US Mexico border COVID 19.

        Now with all that you add in protests to our new spike numbers and that’s whats happening and why IMHO.

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      1. Of course they’re hiding because they’re probably lying….add in that the tests themselves are suspect or are looping in any damn one of the corona viruses…
        It’s a coordinated scam and it’s got people so confused and scared and rabid that we will never be free of mandates and masks and revolving open/shut lives from ANY contagious disease now that the sheeple are sufficiently groomed into spouting numbers about cases and hospital beds…it’s BULLSHIT.

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      2. “They’re hiding something.”

        _____________

        It’s an information war, right?

        So we should flood the zone with our own stats (0% new cases), at which point the corrupt MSM will call out those stats and be forced to ‘fact check’ them, and then we ‘fact check’ THEIR claimed stats.

        It won’t clarify anything, but it will expose the whole thing as a massive fraud to everyone.

        Fight fire with fire.

        We should release our own presidential polling too, showing Trump with a 95% certainty of winning, along with 100% certainty of gaining seats in the Senate and winning a large majority in the House.

        We know exactly how to play the game because we’ve watched them do it for YEARS.

        We just never play.

        If we did, if we did what they do, even a little bit, it would fry their circuits and overwhelm the whole system.

        The only reason their whole scam ‘works’ is because there’s essential NO opposition, no counter-propaganda!

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  17. My response to this ahole is @#$%@#$% you, you %%*$ ^&_ #$!!!

    KUSI News (@KUSINews) Tweeted:
    San Diego businesses @GavinNewsom ordered to close must remain closed until further notice.

    “It’s not three weeks now, it’s just basically, the assessment will be made and the state will determine when businesses will reopen,” Dr. Wooten explained.

    Info: https://t.co/xZQHjb6Rur https://t.co/S5PAkBuCUP

    .https://twitter.com/KUSINews/status/1283802089441726464?s=20

    Also, Gruesome is making an announcement tomorrow in re to education for the entire state. Probably no class and giving teachers more money.
    You know they have the gall to have made up a teacher appreciation day(We APPRECIATE teachers 24/7, dont need to be told) and my kiddos school hit us up for gifts for them during the lockdown. No more money, esp when they make hostage demands as lausd union has done.

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    1. It won’t surprise me if they cancel school through 2024, suspend all business licenses and declare martial law to shoot anyone seen not wearing a mask.

      They are trying to provoke an uprising.

      I’m sure they’re shocked that it hasn’t happened already, despite their best efforts.

      So they’ll just try harder.

      There’s LOTS more than can do.

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        1. “I know, and in the meantime we become apathetic by habit of it all. ”

          _____________

          There is reason for encouragement, more people seem to be taking notice (the insanity of it all gets their attention), and that nothing ‘adds up’ — which is the precursor to actually looking into it further.

          And they won’t find any answers that lead back to blue-pill land 😂

          In some ways it’s harder for those who are already awake and paying attention, because we’re having to wait for everyone else to wake up and realize what’s going on.

          But I’d much rather be where we are, then still waking up and trying to get up to speed.

          Though it is a fascinating journey of discovery (and still is), and it would be fun, like a great movie, to experience some of the ‘realizations’ again, for the first time.

          If the timing is right, the awareness / awakeness will be peaking a week or two before election day, long enough for normies to compare notes and confirm with others that what they think is happening is really happening.

          Lord willing, we’ll see! 👍 😁

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    1. Bruno has a THREAD some may find interesting… no Reader as yet…

      Remember to remove the *

      *https://twitter.com/Bruno062418/status/1283829633926995969

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  18. paulmuaddib611 Retweeted
    KCares🇨🇦
    @NewWestConner
    ·
    21h
    Replying to
    @steveeagar
    This is at a CDC level! They now define a positive case from anyone the infected comes in contact with. 1 case can mean 20, tested or not. I watched the entire video explaining the new definition. I confirmed it on CDC website! This is not a mistake, this is complete fraud!

    paulmuaddib611 Retweeted
    Jim Moonie ⭐⭐⭐
    @Whitespacer
    ·
    4h
    Well, they found out in this great experiment, that the thing folk were most fearful of, was the asymptomatic carrier, or super spreader. The unknown person of unknown health, spreading the worse possible disease. So they press the button.
    Quote Tweet

    paulmuaddib611
    @paulmuaddib611
    · 7h
    #2ndWaveFearPorn
    #SetupSetupSetup

    “This disease is a little bit like COVID-19 in that the virus can be spread by carriers with no symptoms”

    https://now.tufts.edu/articles/deadly-rabbit-virus-spreads-us

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    1. zerohedge
      @zerohedge
      ·
      9h
      Rumor TX shutdown announcement tomorrow

      https://twitter.com/zerohedge/status/1283831532415844352

      Jonathan
      @JonathanFC229
      Replying to
      @zerohedge
      @GregAbbott_TX

      You’d better not. Clean up these federally funded labs producing false testing numbers.
      https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/texas-health-officials-remove-over-3-000-probable-coronavirus-cases-from-overall-count

      https://twitter.com/JonathanFC229/status/1283861317913321478

      Texas health officials remove over 3,000 ‘probable’ coronavirus cases from overall count
      by Andrew Mark Miller, Social Media Producer | July 16, 2020 02:56 PM
      https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/texas-health-officials-remove-over-3-000-probable-coronavirus-cases-from-overall-count

      Texas health officials removed more than 3,000 reported coronavirus cases from an overall count after “probable” cases for people who were never tested were counted as confirmed cases.

      “Since we report confirmed cases on our dashboard, we have removed 3,484 previously reported probable cases from the statewide and Bexar County totals,” Chris Van Deusen, a spokesman for the state health agency, said to the Austin American-Statesman.

      “The State of Texas today had to remove 3,484 cases from its Covid-19 positive case count, because the San Antonio Health Department was reporting ‘probable’ cases for people never actually tested, as ‘confirmed’ positive cases.- TDHS,” Fox 4 Dallas Evening News anchor Steve Eagar tweeted Wednesday. “What other departments make this same mistake?”

      The change in cases comes as questions have been raised across the country about coronavirus testing, most notably in Florida. An investigation in the state determined that the test positivity rate reported by officials was inaccurate and that the number of positive tests was much lower than reported.

      In May, coronavirus task force member Dr. Deborah Birx suggested that the actual number of coronavirus cases could be inflated by as much as 25%, while others have argued that cases have been undercounted.

      Questions about the number of coronavirus cases have also been raised in Colorado, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey over claims that suspected coronavirus patients are dying from causes other than the virus

      +LIFELOG x3
      +twatter RT https://twitter.com/JonathanFC229/status/1283861317913321478
      +Parler
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      1. Thank you Michael… for STANDING UP, for all that you do for God and country… you are an inspiring example of what we as Americans can do to prevent the destruction of our Republic… God bless you and may you continue to fight the fight…

        WWG1WGA

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    1. (Woodrow Wilson is talked about)
      /11/
      … President to blow the whistle on himself.

      Pay close attention to what he said in this final quote upon leaving office. My teachers somehow all collectively lost this little gem.

      Quote: “I am a most unhappy man. I have unwittingly ruined my country.

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    1. People have got to accept that it is here and will spread. Like the flu. Which also kills.

      Take good care of ourselves and our family, pray, use common sense and accept this like we accept the flu, auto acciddent risks and geo/weather risks depnding on where we live.

      I told husband back in our grad school/dating days that I would go anywhere with him except FL (hurricanes, heat & flat – although I like to visit), CA (earthquakes), LA – esp. NO (knew the flooding dangers even back then) and big cities (because of all of the obvious crime issues). I choose to not accept the risks of CA, FL and other locations. But here in TN, we can have earthquakes and do carry earthquake insurance … unlikely but just in case. Risk management and what level of risk one choose to live with.

      Same with Covid 19. We all must choose our level of risk and all must mitigate wisely against it

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      1. My son lives in Michigan and all is fine with him. He has a job he is essential so is his wife they get paid if they work or not. I only will hear him whine when he is not being paid or his wife is not like all the other people who are struggling. That is what happens when one moves progressive.
        Mom knows nothing (rolling eyes)
        I feel for all the people who cannot go on with life and earn money. The poor people could not even buy seeds to plant a garden.

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    2. Facts and reason mean nothing in this game. The recalls start and peter out. They continue being dictators.

      How can anyone, regardless of political POV not see that if everything EXCEPT protesting needs mandates and permission, rules and regulations that the whole thing is a political stunt?

      They’ve changed the symptoms to include anything except hangnails. They seem to have forgotten that it can’t survive in summer heat. I personally know many people who are afraid to even go to a doctor for fear that they’ll get caught up in the covid whirlpool.

      How can the story that I related the other day that I absolutely know is true..80 young adults, all 80 of them test positive after going to a party but only a couple ever felt slightly sick..how the hell does an example like that make people afraid? The numbers…the numbers of positives..be afraid. Do what we say.

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  19. Hoping Kayleigh buries Dear Diary Acosta, after misquoting Kayleigh…

    looking forward to Friday presser. ^^^ Could be a great closer at the presser.

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