Dear KAG: 20200723 Information Warfare Open Thread

Q sent us an information warfare message in post 4611:

Camo. Okay, that means using other ways to express QAnon. Do we like “17” or P_R or maybe a different spelling? Cue and queue could work maybe.

I’m wondering if this shouldn’t be VSGPDJT’s theme song after all the attempts to take him out one way or another.

Otherwise, POTUS is starting to remind me of a savvy Tweety Bird or Road Runner outwitting Sylvester and Wyle E. Coyote. No matter what the other side tries, POTUS side steps it.

Meep Meep.


As usual, this is the daily thread, the place to put all information that needs to be out there – Q drops, Q drop decodes, riot information, rumors about MAGA rallies starting up again, news flashes, Chy-na flu updates, fashionable mask photos, 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, and be nice to the liberals whether they deserve it or not. Making your bed, OTOH, is optional.


In this reading from the Gospel According to St. Matthew, we find out some things never change.

MT 13:10-17

The disciples approached Jesus and said,
“Why do you speak to the crowd in parables?”
He said to them in reply,
“Because knowledge of the mysteries of the Kingdom of heaven
has been granted to you, but to them it has not been granted.
To anyone who has, more will be given and he will grow rich;
from anyone who has not, even what he has will be taken away.
This is why I speak to them in parables, because
they look but do not see and hear but do not listen or understand.
Isaiah’s prophecy is fulfilled in them, which says:

You shall indeed hear but not understand,
you shall indeed look but never see.
Gross is the heart of this people,
they will hardly hear with their ears,
they have closed their eyes,
lest they see with their eyes
and hear with their ears
and understand with their hearts and be converted
and I heal them.

“But blessed are your eyes, because they see,
and your ears, because they hear.
Amen, I say to you, many prophets and righteous people
longed to see what you see but did not see it,
and to hear what you hear but did not hear it.”


New phrase: mask-shaming.

774 thoughts on “Dear KAG: 20200723 Information Warfare Open Thread

  1. The Library


    Andy Ngô
    Toddlers and very young children are marched outside the Portland federal courthouse. They carry signs and say, “F— the police” on cue from the adults. One toddler does the black power fist. #BlackLivesMatter

    Harold Wren

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      1. ME tactics…the whole lot of “them” have no scruples, no ethics.
        Blind ideology.
        Doesn’t matter what the “regime”, they have NO regard for human life…for practical purposes, it’s only a matter of degree.
        marxists/islam/dems…you name it, the ends justify the means.

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    1. Matthew 18:6-14

      6 But he that shall scandalize one of these little ones that believe in me, it were better for him that a millstone should be hanged about his neck, and that he should be drowned in the depth of the sea.

      7 Woe to the world because of scandals. For it must needs be that scandals come: but nevertheless woe to that man by whom the scandal cometh.
      8 And if thy hand, or thy foot scandalize thee, cut it off, and cast it from thee. It is better for thee to go into life maimed or lame, than having two hands or two feet, to be cast into everlasting fire.
      9 And if thy eye scandalize thee, pluck it out, and cast it from thee. It is better for thee having one eye to enter into life, than having two eyes to be cast into hell fire.

      10 See that you despise not one of these little ones: for I say to you, that their angels in heaven always see the face of my Father who is in heaven.

      11 For the Son of man is come to save that which was lost.
      12 What think you? If a man have an hundred sheep, and one of them should go astray: doth he not leave the ninety-nine in the mountains, and go to seek that which is gone astray?
      13 And if it so be that he find it: Amen I say to you, he rejoiceth more for that, than for the ninety-nine that went not astray.

      14 Even so it is not the will of your Father, who is in heaven, that one of these little ones should perish.

      … 🤨🤚 … 🥺❤️ …

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  2. Say what????? Are these people not getting all the cans we put in the recycle bins every week?

    Santa Surfing Retweeted
    Replying to
    Its a METAL LOL found this to be ODD
    Why America is running out of aluminum cans

    Why America is running out of aluminum cans
    A shortage of one of the most mundane items in daily life — the humble aluminum can — means beer fans are likely to find that some of their favorite brews are out of stock right now.
    4:30 PM · Jul 23, 2020

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      1. Owens-Illinois could pound out enough bottles to cover the Aluminum can loss and then some. Plant 20 in Oakland, which Øblowhole helped to shut down, could cover the shortage all by itself if they reopened it…

        Seems the Ø didn’t mind that a huge chunk of our bottle-making capacity went to Mexico…..

        Could be cans did as well…

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    1. Michael Flag of United States Medium starMedium starMedium star Truth Bomber for Gen Flynn
      Replying to


      They’re trying to convince us that we need to DROP the Aluminum tariffs or we won’t have any more beer or soda!

      What they really want is China to be allowed to DUMP Al and KILL ALL THAT’S LEFT of the US Al industry

      When Trump came in office US Al only had 24 mos left…

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  3. Hey Q-Treepers,

    I’d appreciate your prayers for a medical situation with my special needs son Josiah. We’ve had some “hiccups” with his anti-rejection meds needed for immunosuppressive therapy due to Liver Transplant. Anyway we got labs yesterday & results today…and the numbers don’t look very good. In fact shortly I’ll be taking him to the hospital where they plan to put him on IV steroids & antibiotics & also do a liver biopsy to see how things look.

    We’ve already had one answer to prayer in that we should be getting a private room so I should be able to stay with him the whole time–Praise the Lord!!! Last time he was in-patient was actually when he got the Transplant in 2013 & he had some challenges when I wasn’t there to assist him during the few times I went to the hotel to sleep. Because of his developmental challenges it’s better for someone to be with him to help advocate & assist with his needs…so if he had to share a room on this stay I would have been limited to just visiting hours. I guess given all the CV insanity, which is excessively hyped here in Michigan, I should be thankful I’ll get to be with him in the hospital at all!

    Anyway please pray that the treatments will be successful & that the liver will calm down & return to normal functioning. Also pray that the symptoms of jaundice & itchiness will abate quickly.

    He’d been doing worse over the weekend with low energy & vomiting & was feeling well enough to go to his job today, which he’d missed on Monday, so I was hopeful that he was enough on the mend now that things could be addressed outpatient, but they really want him at the hospital, so here we are…

    If anyone’s interested in more details, after we get settled, I’ll be attempting to update his Caring Bridge site here:

    If for some reason the details of our experience on his liver transplant journey would be a blessing to anyone here’s where you can dig in:

    Archive of Liver Transplant Journey:

    Distilled version from above archive:

    Shorter distilled version:

    Even shorter view 😉 :

    Funny, I was planning another “anniversary” post for July 30 & didn’t anticipate to have to weave in the potential rejection issues that appear to be bubbling to the surface now…I guess you just never know what’s coming down the pike. Thankfully we have the Lord to help see us through the rough patches! Well God Bless you guys…

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      1. No Jane, there is no need for comparison. We all have our crosses to bear & you have been carrying a heavy load for quite some time, I believe. Thank you so much for your prayers…& God Bless You in all your areas of need…

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        1. Thank you Valerie. It’s so much more difficult when a child is hurting rather than one’s self. May He bless you both beyond any expectations.

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    1. Prayers up for you, your son, and your family, Valerie. May the greatest Physician of all guide, protect, and strengthen the medical staff, and bring healing to your son. GOD Bless.

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    2. Don’t forget that his doctor should issue a prescription for him to have you present when needed up to 24/7. None of the stupid rules/policies over-ride a doctor’s treatment regimens.

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      1. Well, I did end up getting kicked out of J’s room around 10pm on Friday & Saturday nights, an hour past official visiting hours. He did OK the first night & it remains to be seen how things go tonight. Thankfully not much happens in the hospital on the weekends so things remain at a dull roar. Oh & I did get to sleep in my own bed, which is Way more comfortable than that fold out hospital chair, so “I got that going for me” at least 😉

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    3. I hope and pray that Joshua organs calm down, and that rejection issues subside. When you mentioned his liver transplant, it brought back memories of Dr. Thomas Starzl who was the American/global pioneer in liver transplants. I bet you are familiar with his name.

      I almost worked on his liver transplant unit when he was at the University of Colorado – but decided to go off and be a Navy Nurse instead – which had always been my goal. Dr. Starzl went on to the University of Pittsburgh and did wonderful work there – further launching successful liver transplants and dealing with organ rejection problems.

      I was reading through some of your archives of Joshua’s life journey – you are an amazing woman, and your family is strong.

      God Bless you.

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        1. Thank you for asking. Been meaning to update as he just left us after a 2 1/2 wk visit. He moved into his apartment this past Friday. He looks and acts healthier than I’ve seen in several years. He is feeling better about many things, and of course, getting out of California was the most important part. He’s says it’s so much better in Atlanta, the people are nicer.

          He is in the process of looking for a job. Any prayers on his behalf would be much appreciated. He has a good resume – Master’s in Public Health, and Dr. of Vet Medicine – but he didn’t practice dog and cat medicine (had worked for the USDA, but they wouldn’t transfer him out of California) – he’s interested in research. If anyone has any ideas or contacts, I’d appreciate hearing. Thanks.

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          1. Penn Foster the online university may be looking for teachers and they do all online classes and then the students have to find externships, I know they have vet tech courses. Maybe they need instructors? Would he be interested.
            this is for the student enrollment, but the central office address in Scottsdale is listed at the bottom of the page.
            Thank you for the update, I will update the prayer wall.

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      1. Wow, Lady. Thank you so much for these encouraging words!

        I’m not familiar with Dr. Starzl so would be curious to hear more when our immediate situation calms down. Sounds like you might have quite a few stories to tell of your adventures!

        My mom’s an RN & very identified with her profession. She told me the other day on the phone (before we knew that J would need hospitalization) that she thought God had perfectly prepared me to be just the kind of mom that Josiah would need & that even with her strong nursing background she was certain she couldn’t have handled things as well as I have had this scenario been hers to carry.

        Given a pretty highly critical family of origin dynamic you might imagine how meaningful her words were & are to me. It’s very hard to feel “adequate” when there is no measuring stick to compare to, so we basically try to get by with “doing (what passes for) the best we could with what we had to work with”…

        I Almost headed down the medical doctor path, took the MCAT, but went to grad school for Christian Counseling rather than med school. I became “just” a mom & ironically motherhood was never my dream. God is so good & we have 4 amazingly strong Christian kids who are solid, yet playful citizens.

        In God’s economy I don’t think that whatever “gifts & talents” I’ve been given have been wasted, necessarily. I’ve laid a lot of things down, but so has my husband, & hopefully we’ve sent enough lumber to heaven to get a comfy room in Jesus’ mansions in glory eventually!

        I’m just extremely thankful that we’ll be taking our Four Kids there with us when that time comes to see Him face-to-face! Blessings!!!

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        1. Being a “Mom” is probably one of the toughest jobs out there. One has to have a number of skills in many fields. I remember fretting about being a “good” mother – and then a friend told me, it’s not a matter of being perfect, just good enough. That really helped when parenting was difficult.

          Here is just one of numerous articles about Dr. Starzl. I suspect that almost everything involved in your son’s transplant surgery had roots in Dr. Starzl’s early work. It’s clear he was a brilliant man, and his pioneering work and continued research in transplants & rejection form the basis of the successes of today.

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            1. I know. He was an extraordinary man. Too soon did he have to give up his clinical work, but his mind was able to continue in the research venue. It was his work in finding ways to stop organ rejection which allowed so much progress in the transplant field. I’m sure some of Joshua’s doctors would immediately know Dr. Starzl’s name.

              Take care. Get some rest. Please tell Joshua many people are praying for him.

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          1. I had a slightly different experience in the mom arena, & being a special needs parent is worlds apart from “just” parenting, which is Never easy with even “regular” kids. At one point in the special needs parenting journey I ran across something that implied that being a special needs mom meant that I just needed to be Mom to my special child. I didn’t Have to be his therapist, nurse, doctor, teacher, nor even advocate…

            This perspective was rather liberating because I was always trying to do “everything” I could to help Josiah in pretty much all arenas of life. It got to the point that I got really burned out & overwhelmed with nearly non-stop running about to get his needs better met & my husband, my other 3 kids, & myself (whatever that even means/meant) suffered for it. At the height of the insanity I actually had a 300+ medical destination year (I did massive calculations for tax purposes) & I was present for Everything other than my husband’s handful of dentist’s & doctor’s visits! Some of those “destinations” actually involved 3 appointments (like PT, OT, & Speech Therapy) & that was when dragging around 4 pre-schoolers almost always by myself. Those triple appointments were 3 X per week for quite a while & that meant a minimum of 5 hours of upheaval when adding in transit time on such days. It was overwhelming & exhausting!

            So hearing “permission” to just be “mom” & my duty to love & care for my special child & not go overboard on all the extras was quite liberating. I gave myself (selfishly?) permission to cut back on the therapeutic running around, etc & maybe took a relative hiatus for about a year. Well, without that extra therapeutic support it was possible to see Josiah lose ground, practically before our eyes. It came down like a ton of guilt bricks & the choice was between me having some type of “life” & my son’s improved well-being…I can’t say that I always chose wisely, but I never completely stepped back from being on duty to that degree again, at least not while he was still a minor…sigh…

            Anyway parenting means complex choices & throw special needs into the mix & there are no “right” choices, especially when other kids & a spouse are in the mix. I’m guessing that there are those single parents of just one special needs kid that may make the child their entire world but that’s just not possible with a larger family. But Josiah still got the lion’s share of time, energy, focus, & attention…but given that we were told he’d “never walk nor talk; never read nor write” in the early days, well if you could see him now it’s truly miraculous how far he’s come!!! I hope in God’s economy it was all worth it & that all the other kids are able to walk in forgiveness, as well as my husband & myself, for what was sacrificed in an effort to help Josiah rise above. What we each gave up didn’t make us poorer but richer in Christ, yet wounded…I’m guessing that by working in nursing you at least somewhat Know what I mean…

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            1. The most important part about being “wounded” – is that one is resilient. Being resilient makes up for any wounds. – and each member of the family has a role to play, however small or big, each is a member so contributes. Josiah’s needs were/are greater, but as you note, there is a richness to the sacrifices.

              In our family, one of my children has “needed” more, not physically, but emotionally/mentally. It certainly affected family dynamics, and at times, drained emotional resources. But there has also been support and growth among the family members.

              God has Blessed you with wonderful strength. Your family – all of them – are the better for it.

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              1. Thanks Lady. That is the perfect perspective. Helping each other & the stronger carrying the weaker (at times) & being replenished & covered by other members of the team so there is respite periodically can make it possible to bear up under an awful lot. God’s Grace is truly sufficient & when it “feels” less so there can be those times in the cave, like Elijah?, where the Lord directly ministers to ones needs & sustains the weary & broken one in mysterious ways, providing all that we need, more than we can ask or imagine…Blessings!

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    4. God bless you and your familyValarie, and may the Lord God Almighty bless, heal and mend your beloved son,

      According to His will for His glory, we ask in Jesus precious name ..

      … 🙏🏼 … amen

      Jude 24-25
      Glory to God
      24 Now to Him who is able to keep you from stumbling,
      And to present you faultless
      Before the presence of His glory with exceeding joy,
      25 To God our Savior,
      Who alone is wise,
      Be glory and majesty,
      Dominion and power,
      Both now and forever.

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              1. She’s half husky & not sure what else. Her mom was allegedly purebred husky. She’s the smartest & possibly most energetic dog we’ve ever owned & I think about 2 years old now. She went into somewhat a depressive funk when Josiah’s twin Brandon moved out last month. She LOVES B so much so she goes absolutely nuts whenever he stops by, which is not quite weekly thus far.

                She is in her absolute element whenever she gets to go Up North to the Hunting Shack area. It’s got to be her favorite place in the world & she loves running free in the woods!!! (who doesn’t?)

                Her name is Jules, though the vet reminder spelled it Jewels, short for Juliette. The previous owner called her Bailey, which might fit better given her golden coat color, but we always end up re-naming dogs that come to us.

                Kaycee became Shanna
                Maverick became Caspian
                Blackie became Shadow
                & now Bailey became Jules

                I tried to find a close proximity on an image search but didn’t find a good match. She’s golden with a white belly. Long, lean, & very muscular & her hair is laid close down & not puffy. She’s not anything like a Siberian husky. Well gotta run & get back to the hospital 🙂

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              2. What a wonderful post, I love what you said about you dog Jules/Juliette thank you Valerie, I appreciate you sharing with me. God bless you abundantly … many regards/blessings to Josiah .. and family

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              3. Thanks, Nikki. I’ll have to check your video later, I’m just falling down exhausted. I gave Jules some old rib bones after getting home from the hospital “tonight” & she’s pretty happy tearing them up…

                I’m pretty frugal & whenever my husband makes ribs, like he did over the 4th, I often make soup from the bones to get most of the meat residue & flavor. So after they’ve boiled for hours in the pot & the bones are “clean” they go to the dog in batches. I’ve been doling them out like every other day after getting back from Up North. Everything was in the freezer before finally doing that rib bone soup so the bones that are left are just now getting a bit gamey. If she found them in the wild she’d probably want to take a roll in them before her feast 😉

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              4. You gift yourself with a tad of “me time” you’re carrying a lot now, this goes fro your family as well … when the opportunity presents a serendipity seize it as a God wink, warriors need recovery also..
                God bless you and family (Josiah/love his name) abundantly, always ❤️

                The video is a whenever/giggle … 🙂🤚❤️

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      1. Thank you so much GC. His faith is extraordinary but this situation has been unsettling as he verbalizes questions of life & death. We’re in God’s hands so it’s one day at a time & even just enough grace for the moment to get through. Blessings!

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    1. Why people keep voting Mitch into Senate is a mystery to me. I like many people in KY but question their discernment. Are the conservative and supporters of POTUS or not?
      Same with the other jokers. I think SD hit the nail on the had how he describes DC.

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        1. The RNC controls the cash so unless the person is independently wealthy they do not have much of a chance. A really nice Doctor was running against Burr for senate but the RNC really screwed him over.

          They had an operative at the Raleigh TRUMP headquarters telling everyone to vote Burr. I got into a real shouting contest with the SOB.

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  4. Judge Rules Explosive Documents Ghislaine Maxwell Sought To Keep Secret Can Be Unsealed


    “A judge on Thursday ruled that a slew of documents that Ghislaine Maxwell was trying to keep hidden should be made public within a week.

    “They could include details about Maxwell’s sex life that her lawyers have previously tried to stop from being released, relating to a seven-hour, 418-page deposition Maxwell gave which her legal team said was ‘extremely personal, confidential.’

    “The documents will also include communications between Maxwell and Epstein from January 2015 when Virginia Roberts made explosive allegations about them in court papers. In the papers Roberts claimed she was forced to have sex with Prince Andrew three times when she was just 17 at Epstein’s command.

    “They could include details about Maxwell’s sex life that her lawyers have previously tried to stop from being released, relating to a seven-hour, 418-page deposition Maxwell gave which her legal team said was ‘extremely personal, confidential.’

    “The documents will also include communications between Maxwell and Epstein from January 2015 when Virginia Roberts made explosive allegations about them in court papers. In the papers Roberts claimed she was forced to have sex with Prince Andrew three times when she was just 17 at Epstein’s command.”

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    1. Likely Fauci was chosen for this honor by the cabal because he was able to deliver on sewing chaos and confusion into our midst, all to set us up for a civilization re-rest in the same manner that Erra the Akkadian god of mayhem, pestilence, and plague would on enough occasion so as to be represented in this ancient Babylonian myth.

      (not a Sitchin follower. He just happens to have the only readable internet copy of the myth that I can find.)

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  5. Thank you, John Ratcliffe.

    ‘Part of the Insurance Policy’ – DNI Declassifies Trump, Flynn Defensive Briefing From 2016, Revealing FBI Was Spying and Collecting Info on Trump’s Campaign!

    “DNI chief John Ratcliffe on Thursday declassified documents that revealed the FBI’s so-called ‘defensive briefing’ given to Donald Trump and General Flynn in August of 2016 was actually a part of the ‘insurance policy’ to take out Trump and his campaign.

    “The FBI was not giving Trump a defensive briefing on August 17, 2016, rather, they were spying on him and collecting information on his campaign.”

    Much more at the link. Catherine Herridge and Sara Carter are reporting on it. Matt Gaetz discussed this with Lou Dobbs.

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    1. Have never read a book by a politico. That said, I am looking forward to the book President Trump has released soon after he leaves office. !00% believe President Trump has been working on a book since inauguration, or earlier.

      If I am correct about the book, it’ll bluntly name, names specifying crooked actions by Rs, Ds, private companies… Will be the world’s best selling book ever, with the exception of the Bible.

      Endless big names called out, all quite factually. Bush clan, Clinton clan, Kerry, Podesta, hussein, Marco…endless list of shitheads.

      Best of all, the book will be 100% factual, with foot notes supporting the book. I’ll pre-order the book.

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  6. Q 4613

    Q !!Hs1Jq13jV6 ID: f91206 No.10058962 📁
    Jul 23 2020 18:15:32 (EST) NEW📁


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    1. Michael 🇺🇸 ⭐️⭐️⭐️ Truth Bomber for Gen Flynn
      Replying to

      and 2 others

      We are witnessing the physical manifestation of Spiritual Warfare

      The evidence is real and overwhelming
      Nothing can stop what’s coming
      None of them are left on the inside to protect themselves
      Justice will be served!

      #WWG1WGA #DigitalSoldiers #GodWins!

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    1. ^^^ Nice 🙂

      Presstitues will pepper Kayleigh tomorrow. Oh Me. oH MY. No mask and social distancing ignored a bit 🙂

      Kayleigh will bitch slap them a bit. More to look forward to!

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    1. I just stopped at BB and saw that. I understand we are supposed to be the majority, but it is very very difficult to believe we will win in November when this is the BS I see daily, in addition to biz choosing the side of fascism over the Country. I know its what they want. But where are the Patriots?

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      1. Well I mean its the media they show only this. They want to seem bigger then they really are. Which is why I stay away from the news. These players are doing this because there owners were telling them to. But look at what happened to the NFL. That’s whats going to happen to MLB.

        They are bowing to people who don’t pay money to this sport. Example the person who is upset at Trader Joes food name is a teenager. Yup a teen who does not buy stuff at TJs but demands it must change. Just like what they do with greta thunberg.
        Brain washed kids.

        Where are the Patriots well if we speak out we will be misquoted, made to look like an idiot, or doxed. So I’m not shocked that the Patriots stay silent.
        You say something they will bully you.

        I’m not worried about the Patriots. I’m worried about the voter fraud.

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        1. It’s clear that they intend to fraudulently win. Pelosi said it the other day in so many words.
          It could be the same scenario as when the bitch Hillz ran..they were so sure and BAM! they lost.
          But in the interim..internet comms are being blown to bits, our way of life is deteriorating minute by minute and the din for permanent control is getting louder and louder.

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          1. Of course they are going to try and cheat. Trump and Q know they are going to try. When have they not?

            Let them think their polls are correct.

            You have to show people not tell them.

            You now have people asking why would you defund the police?

            I also think it depends on where you live.

            I was in a store and the person started talking and saying this is no longer the dem party of his father. They got taken over and want us to be china. Such a random comment from someone is telling. I also think the media shows it a LOT bigger than it really is.

            I’ve seen one BLM sign vs a usa flag.

            I’ve seen one MLK jr justice sign. And one crappy BLM sign in a car. For that its suppose to be SOOOO big that’s not a lot. But I’ve seen a LOT of USA flags out. Or thank the police signs.

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            1. Now that fkag instance I understand, although blacks here in 2 instances, 1 involving law enf, used blm to get their way. I havent seen Trumo flags anymore, but peopkecwere selling lots of gear, until the blm started assaulting them. Mr Gil really wants to put up a Trump flag but its likely to encourage a problem. I do have my American flag up.

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              1. 🙂 Yes I think most people don’t put up Trump flags or signs because they know some idiot will damage the car or house or do something. These people are insane.

                I would put up a Trump sign but again I don’t want more car damaged. It pisses me off but sadly that’s the way it is ATM.

                And most of the neighbors I know don’t talk about politics. I saw one person put up a Biden flag and I think the HOA got him to take it down (good).

                I know someone who got a Trump train sign and put it up in his basement.

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        2. Yes, you are right. We know its pr for dumb panderers, but I really would like something to give our side a boost and show the newbies something good. Our rallies were this.

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          1. Oh I fully agree and that’s what they want. No Trump rallies to make us feel good and see the real numbers.

            All negative and its all over and what not. One of the reasons why I no longer watch the news or read the paper.

            The MSM can’t tell us one good thing.

            Like I said it was nice to go out and see how everyone was in a good mood even with masks on.

            Hang in there ok.

            How are you doing by the way? Hows the kiddio and the dog? You said you were thinking of getting another puppy? Are you waiting or is that on hold because of the CA rules?

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            1. Not waiting, just havent found one. The kennels and rescues dont have what I want. Cannot have any bully breed, dont want a chihuahua or chiweenie, dont want some terrier mix.
              Going to vacay for a few days soon. Just a short trip but long drive. Had to buy new tires b4 the trip for my car last weekend bc the tread was nearly gone.

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      1. I read that Fox is going to use virtual fans during the games on TV.
        Guess that’s where we’re heading. Gather the kids and pets for televised virtual picnics and days touring the museum. No need to ever visit grams again..that’s what zoom is for. “Alone Together” is the cool new tv ad mantra.

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        1. Simply pathetic…virtual fans. Will never see it. But it will have to be as annoying as the phony “laugh tracks” many TV shows used to have.

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    2. The kneeling ruins the whole thing for me, so I don’t want to watch. I don’t want to see players and coaches protesting at a sports event. It brings negativity to an experience that should be fun and relaxing. Since they’re spoiling the experience, I will no longer watch. 🏀🏈⚾️

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    3. One point to clarify, which I initially missed – the players knelt before the anthem but stood for the anthem at least that’s what someone else said. I didn’t watch. Not interested in any messaging that promotes racism. BLM promotes racism – it does not end it.

      Doesn’t change the fact that I no longer care about any of the pro sports. They made their bed, let them lie in it.

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      1. I’ve had it. I don’t care when they kneel, if it’s one player or all, if they stand for the anthem but kneel at some other time, etc. No kneeling. It brings a negative vibe and reminds us of the troubles we’re trying to get respite from. IMO, kneeling at a sports event is a very selfish act.

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  7. Went out and about today. Most people have on masks but everyone was in a good mood. Some people did not have masks on and no one bugged them.
    But the oddest thing was at BBW (bath and body works) you had to leave your mask on and try and breath the scent via your masks. Yeah that Soooooo did not work.

    Open person pulled her’s down, took a sniff and pulled it back up again. Thought it was cute.

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  8. OK, guys (and gals) help me here. Something’s really nipping at my ear and I can’t quite get it into focus.

    Over the past short period of time we have PDJT discussing safe social distancing, masks in public, not doing the RNC part in J-ville, etc. and it just seems to me that “somethin’s up” I can’t put my finger on it, but it’s just “there.” Anyone else getting this feeling or is it just me? This isn’t “concern” for PDJT (or us), but rather I’m getting the feeling he’s laying the groundwork for something else. What is it?

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    1. I agree. People (including me) have said some of these things:

      ►Pres. Trump has to show he cares about public safety. He has to be measured to not lose vital support he needs to win, and to save the country.

      ►Whatever Pres. Trump says, the Left will do the opposite. So now he’s “agreeing” with them on several key points. We’ll see what they do.

      ►Pres. Trump has to be the leader people want re: the China virus. (That’s his term, “China virus.” I like it. 😁)

      But I agree that there is probably something else going on. He has said that a lot will happen in the next 8 weeks, He seems very relaxed abd confident, and is having daily press briefings again. I don’t know… 🧐

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      1. I will also like to add that as much as I hate wearing a mask people are really nice about it at least where I live. Most are saying ‘stay healthy and safe’.

        I want to a number of stores and most want people to shop and be/feel safe. That’s what Pres. Trump is doing. Getting people to shop. I’d rather shop with a mask than have it shut down.

        A number of stores were offering hand sanitizer or other options.

        And FYI I hate masks. I know they don’t work.

        But also adding to this Pres. Trump is being a true leader.

        I also think the key is to make sure mail in ballots can’t be pushed. If a mask is good you can vote in person.

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        1. I’m with you. The masks don’t work, but if they’ll get folks out, and force the fascist governments to open up, then do it. I’d like to think something is up – though don’t know what. But people are saying POTUS has been relaxed and confident…

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    2. Sundance was/is in Washington DC to impart information about his discovery that further exposes the Deep State. Something sinister that even John Durham likely hasn’t been aware of. His latest post on the topic:

      My gut feeling is that Sundance’s info has made it to President Trump’s ear, and that is what is prompting some of the changes.

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      1. Yeah, I’m skeptical.

        I’m starting to think that SD is trying to set himself up to claim that….if not for SD…indictments, etc. from Durham would not have happened.

        I am very skeptical of SD at the moment.

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        1. Yes, I think we should always be skeptical of information, no matter who it comes from – unless it’s from God, of course. In these days and times, we really need to verify everything.

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    3. Well, you know, it’s clear that if we are all ok w wearing masks, we can certainly vote in person.
      so, there’s that.
      Doesn’t seem to occur to any of the vermin…too logical.

      Personally, I have had no problem in stores with wearing my mask below my nose.. I just go ab my business…no issues as of yet.

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    4. Renewed confidence. Owning a positive narrative. Being more visible. Giving presstitutes less to bitch about. D-Rat jackals are held at bay.

      Covid pressers not a goat rope as speakers step up, some stepping on official narrative.

      Stuff being declas and released.

      D-Rats narrative via BLM and Antifa going no where. As Flep says, animals are out of their cage and not going back in the cage. D-Rats, BLM and Antifa lose.

      “Where’s Joe?” Americans waking up. Daily, Americans see snippets of Sleepy Joe has truly lost his marbles.

      President Trump knows what is coming…indictments…names of D-Rats, FBI, DOJ, IC.. that’ll fall first.

      Me thinks trip wire is, Flynn plea and charges being tossed with prejudice.

      D-Rats and coup conspirators are NOT sleeping well.

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  9. Via Daughn:

    Do not look away. Read it all. Here is the Aussie study on 83 companie using Uyghur slave labor from China.

    First case study: Uyghurs forced to make Nike Sneakers in Qingdao.

    Second case study: From re-education camps to assigned labor.

    Third case study: “Re-Educating Uyghur workers in Apple’s supply chain.

    Some of these companies are among those who have contributed 2.7 BILLION dollars to BLM and other black rights groups – lecturing Americans about the horrors of slavery ……. while preferring slavery.

    It’s disgusting.

    Now we know why Nike moved away from Memphis, TN and chose to manufacture everything in China.

    Uyghurs for sale
    Vicky Xiuzhong Xu , Danielle Cave , Dr James Leibold , Kelsey Munro & Nathan Ruser

    ‘Re-education’, forced labour and surveillance beyond Xinjiang.

    What’s the problem?
    The Chinese government has facilitated the mass transfer of Uyghur and other ethnic minority1 citizens from the far west region of Xinjiang to factories across the country. Under conditions that strongly suggest forced labour, Uyghurs are working in factories that are in the supply chains of at least 83 well-known global brands in the technology, clothing and automotive sectors, including Apple, BMW, Gap, Huawei, Nike, Samsung, Sony and Volkswagen.

    This report estimates that more than 80,000 Uyghurs were transferred out of Xinjiang to work in factories across China between 2017 and 2019, and some of them were sent directly from detention camps.2 The estimated figure is conservative and the actual figure is likely to be far higher. In factories far away from home, they typically live in segregated dormitories,3 undergo organised Mandarin and ideological training outside working hours,4 are subject to constant surveillance, and are forbidden from participating in religious observances.5 Numerous sources, including government documents, show that transferred workers are assigned minders and have limited freedom of movement.6

    China has attracted international condemnation for its network of extrajudicial ‘re-education camps’ in Xinjiang.7 This report exposes a new phase in China’s social re-engineering campaign targeting minority citizens, revealing new evidence that some factories across China are using forced Uyghur labour under a state-sponsored labour transfer scheme that is tainting the global supply chain.

    . . .

    In all, ASPI’s research has identified 83 foreign and Chinese companies directly or indirectly benefiting from the use of Uyghur workers outside Xinjiang through potentially abusive labour transfer programs as recently as 2019: Abercrombie & Fitch, Acer, Adidas, Alstom, Amazon, Apple, ASUS, BAIC Motor, BMW, Bombardier, Bosch, BYD, Calvin Klein, Candy, Carter’s, Cerruti 1881, Changan Automobile, Cisco, CRRC, Dell, Electrolux, Fila, Founder Group, GAC Group (automobiles), Gap, Geely Auto, General Motors, Google, Goertek, H&M, Haier, Hart Schaffner Marx, Hisense, Hitachi, HP, HTC, Huawei, iFlyTek, Jack & Jones, Jaguar, Japan Display Inc., L.L.Bean, Lacoste, Land Rover, Lenovo, LG, Li-Ning, Mayor, Meizu, Mercedes-Benz, MG, Microsoft, Mitsubishi, Mitsumi, Nike, Nintendo, Nokia, The North Face, Oculus, Oppo, Panasonic, Polo Ralph Lauren, Puma, Roewe, SAIC Motor, Samsung, SGMW, Sharp, Siemens, Skechers, Sony, TDK, Tommy Hilfiger, Toshiba, Tsinghua Tongfang, Uniqlo, Victoria’s Secret, Vivo, Volkswagen, Xiaomi, Zara, Zegna, ZTE. Some brands are linked with multiple factories.

    . . .

    The response to the abuses identified in this report should not involve a knee-jerk rejection of Uyghur or Chinese labour. The problem is the policies that require Uyghurs to work under duress in violation of well-established international labour laws. It is vital that, as these problems are addressed, Uyghur labourers are not placed in positions of greater harm or, for example, involuntarily transferred back to Xinjiang, where their safety cannot necessarily be guaranteed. In light of this report’s findings, we make the following recommendations.

    The Chinese government should:

    give multinational companies unfettered access to allow them to investigate any abusive or forced labour practices in factories in China
    uphold the rights of all workers in China, especially those from vulnerable ethnic minorities, to determine how their labour is deployed and the conditions under which they leave their place of residence
    ratify the ILO International Labour Standards; structure a comprehensive grievance mechanism, including for the investigation of alleged cases of forced labour; provide victims with protection and remedies; and prosecute perpetrators
    uphold the legitimate rights of China’s citizens, including by protecting ethnic and religious rights enshrined in the Chinese Constitution.147
    Companies using forced Uyghur labour in their supply chains could find themselves in breach of laws which prohibit the importation of goods made with forced labour or mandate disclosure of forced labour supply chain risks.148

    Each company listed in this report should:

    conduct immediate and thorough human rights due diligence on its factory labour in China, including robust and independent social audits and inspections. The audits and inspections should include a stocktake of the conditions and current and ongoing safety of vulnerable workers
    if it finds that factories are implicated in forced labour, seek to use its leverage to address improper labour practices. In all cases where harm has occurred, it should take appropriate and immediate remedial action. Where it cannot, it should cease working with those factories
    ensure that it is fully transparent as it seeks to address all potential harms, including by reporting its due diligence and audit findings publicly.
    Foreign governments should:

    identify opportunities to increase pressure on the Chinese government to end the use and facilitation of Uyghur forced labour and mass extrajudicial detention, including through the use of targeted sanctions on senior officials responsible for Xinjiang’s coercive labour transfers
    review trade agreements to restrict commodities and products being produced with forced labour
    identify opportunities to pressure the Chinese government into ratifying the Convention on Forced Labour, 1930 (No. 29),149 Abolition of Forced Labour Convention, 1957 (No.105)150 and the Protocol of 2014 to the Forced Labour Convention.151
    Consumers and civil society groups, including NGOs, labour unions and consumer advocacy groups, should:

    demand that companies that manufacture in China conduct due diligence and social audits to ensure that they’re not complicit in forced labour practices
    advocate for the recognition of continual, multilayered surveillance and monitoring of workers and their digital communications—both in and outside work hours—as an emerging and under-reported indicator of forced labour and an important human rights violation
    push brands to be more transparent about the make-up of their supply chains and the preventative measures they have put in place to ensure forced labour does not occur
    demand that companies make new public commitments, uphold current commitments, or both, to not use forced and coerced labour in their global supply chains and that they act quickly and publicly when such cases are identified.

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    1. Via Daughn’s site

      From: BlackKnightRides
      July 23, 2020 at 6:56 pm
      TIP-OFF: POTUS comment at today’s presser that “I really don’t care much about the Trade Deal anymore.”

      Trump not caring about a Trade Deal with China. A man who lives for Deals? If I was China I’d be very worried!!!! Hence all this anti Trump push back.

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      1. President Trump no longer needs a deal with China…

        China now has huge problems…

        POTUS on the other hand, has deals with others…

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      2. President Trump tried mightily to work with Chinee. But, to say ChiComs have “stepped in it” is an understatement. ChiComs did so with the only US President of the 45, thus far with balls to stare ChiComs down. As President Trump continues to put America First, he’ll deliver an epic “beat down” to ChiComs.

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    2. I may be a lone voice on this but I don’t think China’s domestic policies are any of our business. If the positions were reversed, I doubt we would agree to any of the “recommendations” contained in this report.

      And then there’s the worst-kept secret that no one really factors in – Uyghurs are Muslims. BJ Clintoon’s failed policies in Yugoslavia resulted in the US bombing the hell out of one of our allies over there while protecting the Muslim terrorists. The main reason Clinton didn’t know what to do over there is because the plans of the nation-builders required ignoring the truth on the ground.

      Now we have a great president allowing govt officials to trash the CCP on morals grounds even though any serious person knows that there is no place in communism for morals. As long as the govt of China is communist, there will never be any policy that reflects morals as we understand them.

      We are not the Uyghurs’ police force and we should not act like it.

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      1. ChiCom internals are not of concern to me.

        What is delicious in all of this horse shit is…

        ChiCom slave labor angle surely fits in with do gooder D-Rats, faux BLM crap bought into by Corporate America, NBA…

        HUH? Slave labor? Nike shoes made by slaves? Nike clothes made by slaves. Worn by Black NBA players kissing ChiComs asses for endorsements? The irony is so thick.

        ^^ How is Nike going to explain this? NBA? NBA players? NBA owners like Mark Cuban, Mavericks I believe. Imagine the quantity of slave labor product sold by NBA franchises. Franchise stores online and brick mortar.

        Now, what about other ChiCom slave labor companies selling to America conglomerates… Pure entertainment.

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      2. I tend to agree, but what I do believe is our business is American companies cozying up to China and offshoring manufacturing to slave labor camps in China while enabling human rights violations on the backs of U.S. consumers… it became out business when the U.S. started buying $$$ like crazy…

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    3. Do not look away. Read it all. This is an Australian study on 83 companies using Uyghur slave labor from China.

      First case study: Uyghurs forced to make Nike Sneakers in Qingdao.

      Second case study: From re-education camps to assigned labor.

      Third case study: “Re-Educating Uyghur workers in Apple’s supply chain.

      Some of these companies are among those who have contributed $2.7 Billion dollars to BLM and other left-wing organizations–lecturing Americans about the horrors of slavery–while blatantly practicing slavery to undercut U.S. labor costs?

      How can we turn a blind eye to human slavery on such a massive scale–that the U.S. Chamber of Commerce has enabled for decades?


      +LIFELOG x3
      +twatter RT

      Uyghurs for Sale?
      Some of these companies are among those who have contributed $2.7 Billion dollars to BLM and other left-wing organizations–lecturing Americans about the horrors of slavery–while blatantly practicing slavery to undercut U.S. labor costs?


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        1. It has been SO LONG since I used the “name and email” guest method to post on WordPress, I don’t even know how to enter that stuff, but I do know that misspelling of either one is one of the most common reasons people’s posts end up in the mod bin.

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        1. In some other universe, “Bad Wolf” feeds on the tears of the good people stuck in the moderation bin! But don’t worry – God is still trying to pack him through the eye of the needle right after the rich guy and his camel! 😉

          I do have a few potentially good new posters stuck in the mod bin, but I’ve been warned to dial up Wolf’s Extreme Vetting, and IT WAS DONE.

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  10. Reading around twatterville about the teams kneeling. It’s been pointed out that they knelt before the anthem was played and surprisingly many said..that’s fine just not during the anthem. How quickly ‘we’ rationalize the gesture. No matter when they do it they’re capitulating to the Marxist demands to acknowledge BLM and the anti polce and anti American views

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  11. Brian has a THREAD con’t at link

    Brian Cates //Flynn & Breitbart’s Army!

    Profile picture
    5 hours ago, 18 tweets, 5 min read

    Imagine that.

    @GenFlynn knew more about the # of FBI Special Agents & resources than FBI Special Agent Joseph Pientka III did.

    When Flynn asked how many SA’s there are, Pientka guessed 10,000. Flynn then told him it’s actually 17,000.

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  12. Brian Cates //Flynn & Breitbart’s Army! Retweeted
    Tracy Beanz@tracybeanz
    Quote Tweet

    Ben Carson
    · 11h
    President @realDonaldTrump and I agree that the best run communities are the ones run locally. Today, we are tearing down the Obama Administration’s Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing rule, which was an overreach of unelected Washington bureaucrats into local communities.

    Show this thread

    Ben Carson
    Replying to
    The AFFH rule was a ruse for social engineering under the guise of desegregation, essentially turning
    into a national zoning board.
    Ben Carson
    Furthermore, the funding subject to the AFFH rule has been misused and abused for decades as slush funds for pet projects and causes ranging from an entertainment venue to a splash park and Planned Parenthood funding.
    Ben Carson
    I am unwavering in my commitment to fair housing — when I arrived at
    we had a disappointingly HUGE backlog of fair housing complaints that the Obama Admin had forgotten about. From January 2017 to present, we have successfully resolved 22,933 cases.
    Ben Carson
    In the
    Administration, NO ONE WILL BE FORGOTTEN.

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    1. Slow guy can’t understand:
      – Why Priests and pastors don’t simply open their churches and have their services as they did back in January.
      – Why church goers simply go to church as they did back in January.

      grewsome, other guvs and mayors can’t arrest tens or hundreds of thousands.

      Government locks down the church? Cut the locks. Improvise. Hold services outside. RESIST.

      Government should never be allowed to infringe on religious practices.

      Granted, I am not a church goer, so I probably am missing something.

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      1. Mark Taylor says they are all slaves to the 503(c) charitable status under the IRS.
        FEAR of loss if they get out of line.

        ALSO another FEAR.
        FEAR of man.

        What if someone got sick and they were blamed.

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        1. Guessing 503(c) overseen by Federal IRS. Not states and cities.

          Folks voluntarily attend. No one is forcing them to.

          At some point, folks need to growacet.

          Someone posted a great thought, a concepts a few days ago. FREE WILL.

          Or submit to the MASTERS…governors and mayors…AND BLINDLY OBEY, sheeple.

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  13. Via LIFELOG:

    Coronavirus Update 7/23/2020 – Bromhexine

    So today at the time of this writing there are 71,967 new cases and deaths are at 1,205. That is another very high number of new cases for one day. Nationwide cases are still way up over the past month, going from 26k to now over 70k per day .

    Locally, in Texas cases are still very high. We had 10,581 new cases which while it is low . In addition we had a high 169 new deaths today. With a steady fatality rate of 1.2%. Like we said earlier deaths tend to follow about 3 weeks behind so unfortunately the high number of deaths over the past week appear to be related to the spike in cases over the past month.

    There are 161,956 active cases in Texas. The number of active cases continues to rise at a steady rate. We have risen significantly over the past month. Cases here in Texas along with Covid-19 hospitalizations have risen sharply over the past three weeks but have slowed down some the past few days and went from 10,848to 10,893 today. Luckily this has been stable for the past week. This is very good news.

    In addition in Texas we have 149,524 recovered now.

    Today in Dallas county with 413 new cases and 30 new deaths. Harris county with 1,444 new cases and 15 new deaths. Collin county with 158 new cases and 1 new death being reported. Denton county with 218 new cases and no new deaths. Tarrant county with 871 new cases and 6 new deaths. Brazos county with 35 new cases and no new deaths. Travis county with 603 new cases and 9 new deaths. Fort Bend county with 109 new cases and 3 new deaths. Bexar county with 1,688 new cases and 9 new deaths.

    For the newbies we have been predicting an overall fatality rate somewhere in the 0.3 to 0.7 range when we finally correct the denominator.

    So some people seem confused about the sensitivity part of last night’s post. Having a sensitivity of 50% doesn’t mean that it is a random 50% it is a smaller area under the curve meaning that it just needs a higher viral load to detect the virus. Since the virus replicates at a tremendous rate, if you actually have the virus and test negative it will only be a matter of hours before the paper test will be able to detect the virus.

    Someone sent me this link to a youtube video explaining it well.

    Coronavirus Pandemic Update 98: At Home COVID-19 Testing – A Possible Breakthrough
    Jul 20, 2020


    Here is an interesting article on an over the counter drug not available here in the US but used in other countries called Bromhexine. Bromhexine is an over the counter mucolytic.

    This is a study done in Iran on hospitalized patients. They treated 78 total patients 38 in each group. The treatment group was given 8mg of bromhexine three times per day orally.

    The groups while small appear to have very similar demographic and be pretty evenly matched with symptoms and severity. There were slightly more diabetics in the treatment group so if anything that would put the drug at a disadvantage.

    So what were the results? In the treatment group only two were transferred to the ICU versus 11 in the control group. One in the treatment group was put on a ventilator versus 9 in the control group. Finally, no one died in the treatment group and 5 died in the control group.

    In addition the patients on bromhexine showed improvement in LDH and CRP which are inflammatory markers. So it is believed to decrease inflammation as a mechanism of action.

    The authors conclude that this study revealed the efficacy of early oral administration of bromhexine hydrochloride lead to the reduction of mortality of patients with COVID-19 disease. Patients treated with bromhexine may experience a milder course of the disease, and thus, the need for ICU transfer, intubation, and mechanical ventilation can be avoided. Bromhexine is a very inexpensive, affordable, safe, and over-the counter medication in most countries that can easily be administered in remote and underserved areas. Despite the relatively small sample size and a single-center experience, the results are very encouraging, highlighting a potential breakthrough point in the management of patients with COVID-19 disease if confirmed after verification in large scale clinical trials.

    Click to access bi-23240.pdf

    Here is a repost of the supplements we have discussed to have potential benefits.

    Quercetin from 250mg up to 1g twice per day Remember this is a Zinc ionophore.
    Vitamin D3 Take this for sure if you are deficient and I now recommend taking it as long as your values are not too high.
    Sleep greater than 8 hours per night
    CoQ10 100-300mg per day: a potent antioxidant that potentially helps balance oxidative stress, increase vasodilation, prevent clot formation and decrease vasoconstriction.
    Zinc any amount is probably good but take what you can tolerate without making you feel bad up to 40mg. You do not want to be Zinc deficient as it is how many drugs like HCQ work.
    Melatonin 0.1mg to 10mg at night. Take what you can tolerate and what helps you sleep without making you feel drugged or tired in the morning. If you are diabetic watch your sugars.
    N-acetylcysteine (NAC) – 600mg twice per day shown to decrease severity of influenza, improve lung functions in COPD, antioxidant properties, potentially helps prevent clotting and with mental disorders. Caution for asthmatics as there is potential for bronchospasm.
    Vitamin C 250mg to 500mg twice per day. Effects debatable in oral form but IV did help in China. But is proven to strengthen immune system
    Green Tea either drink some or 1 pill per day alternate zinc ionophore if you don’t have or don’t take Quercetin

    As always the information and understanding of COVID-19 is changing rapidly. This information is for education purposes only and you should never make changes to your health without consulting your personal physician. Make a virtual appointment with your physician and discuss your health and the best possible treatment plan for you. It is also important to reiterate that there are no clinically evidence-based integrative prevention or treatment strategies for COVID-19 infection.

    Let’s all keep praying for all that are ill with this virus in the world.


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    1. You don’t need an ionophore if you take Zinc Picolinate.

      I’m reading of some interesting responses from those with chronic conditions taking ZP.
      Immune activation (symptoms) and then improvement of condition.

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    2. Points out that the rise in Texas numbers are largely a result of what’s happening in Mexico.and to a lesser extant other South American countries such as Brazil and Peru when it comes to medical tourism..
      Mexico surge came very late but arrived here in the U.S. at the end of June and all the southern states with possible exception of New Mexico are feeling it now. Many stories on this but all have to be searched for. Conservative media is afraid to talk about it though the President has pointed out and the MSM is not talking about it because it does not fit their narrative of him loosing control of the CV.

      sample story.

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    1. I thought they would be Patriots. Waiting on people to get rid of al their spoorts memorabilia. Or if not the old stuff, all the new stuff that is associated with this behavior.


    2. Wonder how much MLB stuff is made by Chinee slave labor? Much like NBA… Many black players making big money off jersey’s made by slave labor. How many of them are wearing hats, uniforms, shoes made by slave labor.

      Could be interesting in the near future.

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    3. You’ve heard it before but it’s still worth pointing out. Socialists are largely made up of people getting govt money and then Big Business. The people in the middle, the working class, are the ones that get squashed, parceled off and or bled dry in the give and take.

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