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  1. Last time I looked it was closing in on 20,000. Does anyone have the latest figures for the blood on Biden's hands? Thanks.
  2. GOOD. About fucking time. Fuck all the fear mongers and virus pushers - namely the libs/dems and the MSM. One state finally said enough is enough. The loons will lose their minds over this, but let them and laugh. Protect those who need protecting and get on with your life. Fuck this CHINESE VIRUS. People are scared of this thing who have no reason to be scared. Ridiculous.
  3. This is all about to get REALLY BAD, people. All thanks to dems/libs/our new illegitimate President Senile Joe Biden. Terrible situation. Is there any hope? Biden's agenda is disgusting.
  4. They do. Globalism sucks. Tell me how I'm wrong. Thanks!
  5. I'm down on FOX in general, but not Tucker. Still a great show. The left HATES this guy and that should be a good enough reason to watch. He remains a thorn in the side of lying liberals. Watch Tucker Carlson and support him. A breath of fresh air from the MSM insanity. Thoughts???
  6. Screw the Covid-19 (CHINESE VIRUS) fear mongers. So sick of Senile Joe Biden. His big virus solution remains wearing masks for the rest of our lives. Actually, Senile Joe is just a dementia sufferer reading a teleprompter as best he can - so let's take it easy on the old sick guy. America is about DONE with this shit after a full year, so the fear spreaders had best take notice. There will be no "new normal". The old normal is coming back very, very soon. Thank fucking goodness. Thoughts?
  7. what the living fuck.... this shit in Cali is out of control ..... California Bill Would Give $1,000 Fines to Retailers With Separate 'Girls' and 'Boys' Toy Sections Brick-and-mortar shops would have to display the majority of their products and clothing aimed at children in one undivided, unisex area on the sales floor. They'd also be barred from putting up signage that would indicate whether a product was intended for a boy or girl. fucking retarded.
  8. Wray is a jackass, change my mind. FBI Director Chris Wray Tells Congress Antifa Not Involved in Capitol Hill Riots, After FBI Literally Arrests Antifa Leader, John Sullivan, for Participating in Capitol Hill Riots This is a rather remarkable soundbite all things considered. Today, during his congressional testimony FBI Director Chris Wray was asked whether Antifa members participated in the January 6th Capitol Hill riot. Director Wray says the FBI “has seen no evidence” of Antifa participating. However, on January 14th the FBI literally arrested Antifa leader John Sullivan for his role in the planning, coordination and participation in the January 6th Capitol Hill riot. WATCH: John Sullivan is a left-wing agent provocateur within the larger Antifa movement. On the day of the Capitol Hill riots Sullivan embedded himself with the MAGA movement and recorded his activity. January 14th, John Sullivan was indicted for his action. Sullivan operated several social media accounts under the username “JaydenX.” Sullivan traveled to Washington DC to participate in agitating the crowd toward violence. On the day of the January 6th riot operation Sullivan admitted publicly, via social media, his intent to infiltrate the large crowd by posing as a supporter of President Trump. The FBI interviewed Sullivan and subsequently issued a warrant for his arrest. The affidavit supporting the arrest is [HERE]. […] “In the video, once SULLIVAN reaches the Speaker’s Lobby, where Victim 1 was eventually shot, SULLIVAN can be heard telling one of the law enforcement officers guarding the doors, as seen in the screenshot below, “We want you to go home. I’m recording and there’s so many people and they’re going to push their way up here. Bro, I’ve seen people out there get hurt. I don’t want to see you get hurt.”
  9. https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/bidens-first-10-days-moderate-unity-liz-peek
  10. Please speak up if you support the woke doctrine/wokeism. Would love to hear from you. Personally, I think they're completely full of shit. Can any of these insincere virtue signalers change my mind about them? Thanks in advance, losers.
  11. https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/washington-football-team-replaces-cheerleaders-coed-dance-team-n1259601 WTF. More PC BS.
  12. https://freebeacon.com/satire/bidens-vietnam-60k-americans-dead-from-covid-19-in-first-three-weeks-of-presidency/ Interesting. Thoughts?
  13. Its here, it's there, it's everywhere!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! LOL. I am done with this horse shit. Anyone else? Race race race race racism racism racism white supremacy white supremacy white supremacy. Anyone else seeing a pattern here coming from the left and MSM? It's as if they're all in cahoots with each other (no shit). The constant bullshit "message" and endless accusations. It's pure crap. Speak out against this nonsense and push back hard. Thoughts?
  14. State University of New York (SUNY) Geneseo has suspended an education student from required teaching programs after he expressed his views on biology in a social media post. In one video, the student says that “a man is a man,” and “a woman is a woman.” The university states that the student’s conservative social media posts call into question his ability to “maintain a classroom environment protecting the mental and emotional well-being of all of [his] students.” Education student Owen Stevens received an email from SUNY Geneseo, informing him that he was suspended from his field teaching programs after his classmates saw his Instagram videos, according to a report by Daily Wire. SUNY Geneseo Suspends Education Student for Saying 'A Man Is A Man, A Woman Is A Woman' (breitbart.com) A college that use to have a good curriculum and a decent college has gone to the dogs. You don't even have to test SAT/ACT to get in now because it didn't allow for diversity and minorities to be admitted. Check out this Administrative officer! robbie rifka routenberg '05 robbie rifka routenberg (lowercase, they/them/theirs) ‘05 was named the College’s first chief diversity officer (CDO) in May of 2018 after serving in the same role as interim for a full year prior. Prior to coming to Geneseo, robbie served as director and instructor of the Global Scholars Program at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. In this role, routenberg provided strategic vision and leadership to efforts focusing on social, academic, financial and emotional counsel to students from diverse backgrounds. They also developed courses to challenge students to critically explore issues of global relevance and injustices. Prior to the role as director, routenberg served as the program’s associate director and was responsible for programming oversight and student leadership training. In addition to the leadership of the Global Scholars Program, routenberg served as the Inclusive Pedagogies Committee Chair of the College of Literature, Science and the Arts at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. robbie is founder and lead consultant for InciteChange! Consulting, L.L.C. They are frequently called upon to design and deliver training, workshops and keynote addresses on topics related to building organizational capacity for issues of diversity, equity and inclusion. routenberg earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology with a minor in psychology and cognitive science from SUNY Geneseo. They hold a master’s degree in higher education administration from the University of Michigan. robbie lives with their wife Heather Wilhelm-Routenberg ‘05, dog, and turtle in a historic, restoration-in-progress home in Buffalo. I'm really not sure what they/them/theirs is or what (lowercase, "it" is). People, what are we doing to our world? I will be writing a letter to the University President. The only way we smoke these idiots out is to expose them for what they are doing. A really good school, at one time anyways, has been ruined.
  15. After serving as the U.S. Attorney for the District of Connecticut for more than three years, and as a federal prosecutor in Connecticut for more than 38 years, John H. Durham has resigned from the U.S. Attorney’s Office, effective at midnight on Feb. 28. The resignation by Durham – who in 2019 was appointed special counsel by then-U.S. Attorney General William Barr to investigate possible criminal wrongdoing in Robert Mueller’s probe into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election – follows a February decision by the Department of Justice to ask U.S. attorneys appointed under Donald Trump to resign. That request was made to allow the Biden administration to make its own nominations to fill those posts. Durham will reportedly continue his Russian probe as special counsel. John Durham resigns as U.S. attorney for Connecticut (westfaironline.com)
  16. Groan. Really? How far are the loons going to take this bullshit? When does it end? Fucking insanity. https://www.foxnews.com/us/dr-seuss-books-canceled-racist-imagery
  17. With the party divided over him, the former president will address conservatives Sunday. Donald Trump will begin to reassert control over the Republican Party this weekend at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando, Florida — his first major public address since he left the White House. Banned from Twitter and golfing in Florida, Trump has kept unusually quiet since President Joe Biden was inaugurated a month ago — but that won't last. It's a tradition that former presidents lie low in deference to their successors, but Trump has many bones to pick, some of them with Republicans whom he views as disloyal, and he is eager to make himself the party's chief kingmaker ahead of a possible comeback presidential run in 2024. https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/donald-trump/he-s-back-trump-set-address-cpac-bid-extend-his-n1258861 oh, this is AWESOME with republicans allowing trump to "reassert control over the republican party", this ensures continued chaos in the GOP and a continuous string of lost elections as long as he is involved i prefer balanced gubmint, but as destructively broken as the republican party is, i want to see them crushed so badly they will have no choice to take stock in themselves, purge all the out of date weak willed cultists, and move into the 21st century of productive politics so do your thing, don. continue to sow your brand of lying, criminal behavior, and toxic devisiveness. you have already critically damaged your party, so just keep it going! drive the dagger deep into the heart of this broken, vile, evil haunted house of a party and kill it dead. when its members see it lying on the ground bleeding out from the fatal wounds you have inflicted, maybe they will finally be released from your voodoo spell and transform themselves from a disgusting cult of soulless malevolence into something closer to a functioning reaganite party Trump
  18. So fatfuk wants to start up his own new political party thereby insuring that Rs are the minority party forever. its even branded in as stooopit a way as possible..... The Patriot Party was a socialist organization of the late 1960s and early 1970s in the United States that organized poor, rural whites in the Appalachian South and Pacific Northwest. The party was formed after a split with the Young Patriots Organization. The YPO's membership was drawn from street gangs of Appalachian whites in the Uptown neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois; it became politicized after working with the Young Lords, an ethnic Puerto Rican gang; and the African-American Black Panther Party. Shows you what kind of brain power is at work in fatfuk world.
  19. I've already reported on NYS lying about the nursing home deaths by using classification tricks but this looks REAL bad for Cuomo when your own handpicked, anti-Trump AG is confirming what has already leaked out there. NY undercounted nursing home deaths by thousands, AG says ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — New York may have undercounted COVID-19 deaths among nursing home residents by thousands, the state attorney general charged in a report Thursday that dealt a blow to Gov. Andrew Cuomo's oft-repeated claims that his state is doing better than others in protecting its most vulnerable. The 76-page report found an undercount of more than 50%, backing up the findings of an Associated Press investigation last year that focused on the fact that New York is one of the only states in the nation that count residents who died on nursing home property and not those who later died in hospitals. Such an undercount would mean the state's current official tally of 8,711 nursing home deaths to the virus is actually more than 13,000, boosting New York from No. 6 to highest in the nation. “While we cannot bring back the individuals we lost to this crisis, this report seeks to offer transparency that the public deserves,” Attorney General Letitia James said in a statement. The report from a fellow Democratic official undercut Cuomo's frequent argument that the criticism of his handling of the virus in nursing homes was part of a political “blame game," and it was a vindication for thousands of families who believed their loved ones were being omitted from counts to advance the governor's image as a pandemic hero. “It’s important to me that my mom was counted,” said Vivian Zayas, whose 78-year-old mother died in April after contracting COVID-19 at a nursing home in West Islip, New York. “Families like mine knew these numbers were not correct.” Cuomo’s office and the state health department have not responded to repeated requests for comment. James has for months been examining discrepancies between the number of deaths being reported by the state's Department of Health, and the number of deaths reported by the homes themselves. Her investigators looked at a sample of 62 of the state’s roughly 600 nursing homes. They reported 1,914 deaths of residents from COVID-19, while the state Department of Health logged only 1,229 deaths at those same facilities. One unnamed facility, for example, had an official death toll of 11 but the attorney general's probe found that 40 had actually died. AP's analysis in August concluded that the state could be understating deaths by as much as 65%, based on discrepancies between its totals and numbers being reported to federal regulators. That analysis was, like James’ report, based on only a slice of data, rather than a comprehensive look. To date, despite public records requests from the AP and repeated pleas from state and federal lawmakers, New York's health department has yet to produce the full number of nursing home residents who died in hospitals as well as the nursing home property. Health Commissioner Howard Zucker has said several times that the state is working on such data. State Sen. Gustavo Rivera, a Democrat who has blasted the Cuomo administration for its incomplete death count, said he was “sadly unsurprised” by the report. “Families who lost loved ones deserve honest answers,” Rivera said. “For their sake, I hope that this report will help us unveil the truth and put policies in place to prevent such tragedies in the future.” Cuomo, who last fall released a book touting his leadership in dealing with the virus, has not been shy about using New York's lower nursing home death count to make the argument that his state is doing better than others in caring for those in such facilities. “There's also no doubt that we’re in this hyper-political environment so everybody wants to point fingers,” Cuomo told CBS “This Morning” in October. “New York, actually, we’re number 46 out of 50 in terms of percentage of deaths in nursing homes — 46 out of 50. So, yes, people died in nursing homes. ... but 46 out of 50, it’s not a predominantly New York problem.” The attorney general’s report also took aim at New York's controversial March 25 policy that sought to create more space in hospitals by releasing recovering COVID-19 patients into nursing homes, which critics contended was a driving factor in causing nursing home outbreaks. James’ report said those admissions “may have contributed to increased risk of nursing home resident infection and subsequent fatalities,” noting that at least 4,000 nursing home residents with COVID-19 died after that guidance. But James’ report said the issue would require further study to conclusively prove such a link. New York’s health department released a much-criticized report last summer that claimed the March 25 policy, which was reversed in May, was “not a significant factor” in deaths. James’ review also found that a lack of infection controls at nursing homes put residents at increased risk of harm, that homes with lower federal scores for staffing had higher fatality rates, and that a broad measure Cuomo signed in April shielding nursing homes and other health care providers from lawsuits may have actually encouraged homes to hold back on hiring and training. “As the pandemic and our investigations continue," she wrote, “it is imperative that we understand why the residents of nursing homes in New York unnecessarily suffered at such an alarming rate.”
  20. Looks like NY will soon be back open for business! Cuomo to Be Stripped of Pandemic Emergency Powers in Legislative Deal Legislators from New York's Assembly and state Senate struck a deal Tuesday to strip Gov. Andrew Cuomo of his pandemic-linked emergency powers and return matters like lockdowns to local control. The deal would reverse emergency powers granted to Cuomo exactly a year ago, in the early days of the COVID pandemic, that gave him free rein to order measures like quarantines. “I think everyone understands where we were back in March and where we are now. We certainly see the need for a quick response but also want to move toward a system of increased oversight, and review. The public deserves to have checks and balances. Our proposal would create a system with increased input while at the same time ensuring New Yorkers continue to be protected,” Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins said in a statement. Assemblymember Carrie Woerner tweeted the outlines of the widely reported deal Tuesday afternoon, saying it would: "repeal the extraordinary powers granted to the Governor last year" "provide for an orderly transition through the end of the disaster period" "Limit any further modifications to directives to that which is necessary to reduce the spread or increase vaccinations" "Restore the right of counties and municipalities to issue executive orders without seeking state approval" "Require the Governor to provide online reporting on all executive orders, providing transparency for all" Woerner said she understood a bill would be passed as early as this Friday. While the deal leaves Cuomo with the authority to extend some existing measures, even there he will have to notify various legislative leaders and accept public comment for or against his actions. Legislators will also have the power to repeal a gubernatorial declaration of a state of emergency. Queens State Senator John Liu said the agreement is less about retribution from the mushrooming scandals the governor is facing, and more about restoring the balance of power in Albany between the branches of government. The changes come amid mounting calls for Cuomo to resign, as he faces three worsening scandals -- accusations of sexual harassment by at least three young women, accusations of verbal abuse by legislators, and accusations of mismanagement in the handling of the pandemic in nursing homes. His administration now faces both an independent investigation into the sexual harassment issues overseen by the state attorney general's office, as well as a federal probe into the nursing home problems. For the last year, executive orders have let Cuomo govern the state with little resistance, whether it was closing schools, mandating people work from home, restricting transit, or stopping (and then restarting, and stopping again, and then restarting again) indoor dining. But as his problems deepened, so did calls for the legislature to regain a measure of control by stripping the emergency authority. “A year into the pandemic, and as New Yorkers receive the vaccine, the temporary emergency powers have served their purpose – it is time for them to be repealed,” Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie said. “These temporary emergency powers were granted as New York was devastated by a virus we knew nothing about. Now it is time for our government to return to regular order.”
  21. This bitch doesn't know jack and has no answers.
  22. Sen. Bill Cassidy on Sunday warned that the GOP’s continued embrace of Donald Trump would cost Republicans elections up and down the ballot in the coming years, and predicted that the former president would not become the party’s 2024 nominee. “Over the last four years, we have lost the House, the Senate and the presidency,” Cassidy (R-La.) told CNN’s “State of the Union” in an interview. “Political campaigns are about winning. Our agenda does not move forward unless we win,” he continued. “We need a candidate who can not only win himself or herself, but we also have to have someone who lifts all boats. And that’s clearly not happened over the last four years.” Cassidy said Republicans could triumph in the 2022 midterm elections as well as the 2024 White House race by “speaking to those issues that are important to the American people,” not “putting one person on a pedestal and making that one person our focal point.” He added: “If we idolize one person, we will lose. And that’s kind of clear from the last election.” The senator’s remarks stand in stark contrast to the fervently pro-Trump rhetoric that has been on display in recent days at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando, Fla. — where prominent Republican officials have promoted the former president as the future of the party and sought to embrace his legacy. http://buffalorange.com/forum/55-politics-football-season-only/?do=add no, no, bill. heaping cult-like adoration on one person is perfectly normal! it doesnt matter that the guy has commited multiple criminal acts, that he sexually attacked several women, that he paid a hooker with campaign money, that he falsified his taxes, that he tried to give us a shit health care plan, that he gave a huge tax cut to the rich and crumbs to everybody else, that he had secret meetings in the oval office with russian oligarchs, that he intentionally fomented a violent attack on the capitol and threatened the lives of our congress people. none of that matters! he is the savior! he is the chosen one! he has god like powers to restore us to political domination!. he is the brilliant leader to bring the party back to winning! he just needs more time! now get on this camel and start riding into the desert because thats where the winning will start! trust us, we know because we saw it on the internet! just keep riding through the sandstorm, we will get there! heres a canteen of koolaid to help you get there. dont worry if it tastes a little funny
  23. It just doesn't work very well in a winter snowstorm.
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