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4 hours ago, HipKat said:

Wait, Trump’s guy defended Trump by denying this? Go figure....!
 

So the the Philadelphia Enquirer wrote a whole story quoting people and citing details for nothing?

OK......

Do you have a reading comprehension problem? The report says "according to officials" over and over again without giving us a single name which is basically the equivalent of citing "anonymous sources." Then later on in the article it quotes David Priess who last served in the Bush administration and then goes on to tell us that "even if Trump is ignoring his briefing book, other officials including National Security Adviser Robert O’Brien are likely digesting the material and interacting with Trump daily."

Then there's this next tidbit:

O’Brien’s deputy, Matthew Pottinger, has a background in intelligence and was among a small circle of senior officials urging early action to contain the coronavirus, U.S. officials said. Pottinger pushed to close off air travel from Europe in February, officials said, but Trump did not do so until mid-March.

Uh hello, Earth to Greg, up until February 19th the CDC, WHO, and Fauci were all saying it was no big deal and that travel restrictions would be overreacting especially in light of Trump's travel ban from China on January 31st (which was racist according to them). Why do you even post these garbage articles? I just blew the whole thing up in 5 minutes and I'm not even a journalist!


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Dude, you are the poster child for gaslighting. If the entire slice of bread is moldy, you’re the guy that will look for the one crumb that isn’t just to say the bread is OK to eat.

When I get home in a little while, as usual, I’ll do your research for you including the reports that the WHO offered the United States test kits in January. But the Trump administration said no, will take care of it ourselves. And you see how that’s worked out.

in the meantime, your hero is telling the world that we are the best at testing when the fact of the matter is we are nowhere close. Per capita we are one of the worst countries at testing. And as far as that article, go do a Google search because that was just the Philadelphia Inquirer. That report is all over the Internet. don’t worry, I’ll post those links for you also.

I know, it must be a blow to your ego did just come out and say that he was wrong. But this entire fucking disaster has been magnified by his ineptness.

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Let’s compare some famous quotes in the meantime.

Barack Obama: you can keep your health care plan

Donald Trump: anybody who wants a test can get a test

 

Barack Obama: you didn’t build that

Donald Trump: I built the greatest economy in the history of the world

 

Reporter: you said this would just disappear

Donald Trump: well, eventually it will just disappear

let’s add those two there’s only 15 cases, it’s not going to come here, we’ve got it handled car man if you feel sick go to work anyway, 


“There he goes. One of God's own prototypes.

A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

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11 minutes ago, HipKat said:

Dude, you are the poster child for gaslighting. If the entire slice of bread is moldy, you’re the guy that will look for the one crumb that isn’t just to say the bread is OK to eat.

When I get home in a little while, as usual, I’ll do your research for you including the reports that the WHO offered the United States test kits in January. But the Trump administration said no, will take care of it ourselves. And you see how that’s worked out.

in the meantime, your hero is telling the world that we are the best at testing when the fact of the matter is we are nowhere close. Per capita we are one of the worst countries at testing. And as far as that article, go do a Google search because that was just the Philadelphia Inquirer. That report is all over the Internet. don’t worry, I’ll post those links for you also.

I know, it must be a blow to your ego did just come out and say that he was wrong. But this entire fucking disaster has been magnified by his ineptness.

Have fun with that, I don't expect much from you.


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 A White House spokesman disputed the characterization that Trump was slow to respond to the virus threat. “President Trump rose to fight this crisis head-on by taking early, aggressive historic action to protect the health, wealth and well-being of the American people,” said the spokesman, Hogan Gidley. “We will get through this difficult time and defeat this virus because of his decisive leadership.”

a DNI official said, “The detail of this is not true.” The official declined to explain or elaborate.

David Priess, a former CIA officer who was a PDB briefer in the George W. Bush administration - So no one who actually currently works in the administration... smh

 

Now, let's look at the things you're obviously ignoring:

 

U.S. intelligence agencies issued warnings about the novel coronavirus in more than a dozen classified briefings prepared for President Donald Trump in January and February, months during which he continued to play down the threat, according to current and former U.S. officials.

But the alarms appear to have failed to register with the president, who routinely skips reading the PDB and has at times shown little patience even for the oral summary he now takes two or three times per week, according to the officials who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss classified material.

The advisories being relayed by U.S. spy agencies were part of a broader collection of worrisome signals that came during a period now regarded by many public health officials and other experts as a squandered opportunity to contain the outbreak.

One official said that by mid- to late January the coronavirus was being mentioned more frequently, either as one of the report’s core articles or in what is known as an “executive update,” and that it was almost certainly called to Trump’s attention orally.

Trump spent much of February publicly playing down the threat while his administration failed to mobilize for a major outbreak by securing supplies of protective equipment,

 

When you get done reading the fuck scenes that I underlined for you, we'll move on to exhibit B:

 

 

As a COVID-19 coronavirus disease pandemic spread throughout the world in early 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) urged countries to “test, test, test” for the virus in order to stop it from spreading. WHO officials said the global health organization had provided 1.5 million tests to 120 countries.

“You cannot fight a fire blindfolded,” said WHO Director General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus during a March 16 press conference. “And we cannot stop this pandemic if we don’t know who is infected.”

The global health leader’s comments came as state and local governments across the United States began instituting “social distancing” measures that included shuttering bars and restaurants and instructing residents to stay home and avoid large social gatherings. Despite these aggressive actions, the U.S. as a whole was lagging behind other countries and struggling to ramp up diagnostic testing for the disease despite intense pressure to do so and confirmed cases that mounted into the thousands.

the U.S. was still in the early stages of rolling out testing for the disease weeks after its first case was reported

 

Also...

 

[url=https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2020/03/16/cdc-who-coronavirus-tests/]How U.S. coronavirus testing stalled: Flawed tests, red tape and resistance to using the millions of tests produced by the WHO[/url]

 

Founder of a small Berlin-based company, the ponytailed 54-year-old first raced to help German researchers come up with a diagnostic test and then spurred his company to produce and ship more than 1.4 million tests by the end of February for the World Health Organization.

“My wife and I have been working 16 hours a day, seven days a week, ever since,” Landt said by phone about 1 a.m. Friday, Berlin time. “Our days are full.”

By contrast, over the same critical period, U.S. efforts to distribute tests ground nearly to a halt, and the country’s inability to produce them left public health officials with limited means to determine where and how fast the virus was spreading. From mid-January until Feb. 28, fewer than 4,000 tests from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention were used out of more 160,000 produced.

The United States’ struggles, in Landt’s view, stemmed from the fact the country took too long to use private companies to develop the tests. The coronavirus pandemic was too big and moving too fast for the CDC to develop its own tests in time, he said.

the government effort was nevertheless marred by a widespread manufacturing problem that stalled U.S. testing for most of February.

In responses for this story, CDC spokesman Benjamin Haynes said in a statement: “This process has not gone as smoothly as we would have liked. … CDC has a responsibility to ensure that all CDC laboratory research and development activities, testing processes, and data are the highest possible quality and are traceable, reproducible, and documented with appropriate rigor.”

 

 

 

 

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44 minutes ago, HipKat said:

 A White House spokesman disputed the characterization that Trump was slow to respond to the virus threat. “President Trump rose to fight this crisis head-on by taking early, aggressive historic action to protect the health, wealth and well-being of the American people,” said the spokesman, Hogan Gidley. “We will get through this difficult time and defeat this virus because of his decisive leadership.”

a DNI official said, “The detail of this is not true.” The official declined to explain or elaborate.

David Priess, a former CIA officer who was a PDB briefer in the George W. Bush administration - So no one who actually currently works in the administration... smh

Now, let's look at the things you're obviously ignoring:

U.S. intelligence agencies issued warnings about the novel coronavirus in more than a dozen classified briefings prepared for President Donald Trump in January and February, months during which he continued to play down the threat, according to current and former U.S. officials.

But the alarms appear to have failed to register with the president, who routinely skips reading the PDB and has at times shown little patience even for the oral summary he now takes two or three times per week, according to the officials who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss classified material.

The advisories being relayed by U.S. spy agencies were part of a broader collection of worrisome signals that came during a period now regarded by many public health officials and other experts as a squandered opportunity to contain the outbreak.

One official said that by mid- to late January the coronavirus was being mentioned more frequently, either as one of the report’s core articles or in what is known as an “executive update,” and that it was almost certainly called to Trump’s attention orally.

Trump spent much of February publicly playing down the threat while his administration failed to mobilize for a major outbreak by securing supplies of protective equipment,

When you get done reading the fuck scenes that I underlined for you, we'll move on to exhibit B:

As a COVID-19 coronavirus disease pandemic spread throughout the world in early 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) urged countries to “test, test, test” for the virus in order to stop it from spreading. WHO officials said the global health organization had provided 1.5 million tests to 120 countries.

“You cannot fight a fire blindfolded,” said WHO Director General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus during a March 16 press conference. “And we cannot stop this pandemic if we don’t know who is infected.”

The global health leader’s comments came as state and local governments across the United States began instituting “social distancing” measures that included shuttering bars and restaurants and instructing residents to stay home and avoid large social gatherings. Despite these aggressive actions, the U.S. as a whole was lagging behind other countries and struggling to ramp up diagnostic testing for the disease despite intense pressure to do so and confirmed cases that mounted into the thousands.

the U.S. was still in the early stages of rolling out testing for the disease weeks after its first case was reported

Also...

[url=https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2020/03/16/cdc-who-coronavirus-tests/]How U.S. coronavirus testing stalled: Flawed tests, red tape and resistance to using the millions of tests produced by the WHO[/url]

Founder of a small Berlin-based company, the ponytailed 54-year-old first raced to help German researchers come up with a diagnostic test and then spurred his company to produce and ship more than 1.4 million tests by the end of February for the World Health Organization.

“My wife and I have been working 16 hours a day, seven days a week, ever since,” Landt said by phone about 1 a.m. Friday, Berlin time. “Our days are full.”

By contrast, over the same critical period, U.S. efforts to distribute tests ground nearly to a halt, and the country’s inability to produce them left public health officials with limited means to determine where and how fast the virus was spreading. From mid-January until Feb. 28, fewer than 4,000 tests from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention were used out of more 160,000 produced.

The United States’ struggles, in Landt’s view, stemmed from the fact the country took too long to use private companies to develop the tests. The coronavirus pandemic was too big and moving too fast for the CDC to develop its own tests in time, he said.

the government effort was nevertheless marred by a widespread manufacturing problem that stalled U.S. testing for most of February.

In responses for this story, CDC spokesman Benjamin Haynes said in a statement: “This process has not gone as smoothly as we would have liked. … CDC has a responsibility to ensure that all CDC laboratory research and development activities, testing processes, and data are the highest possible quality and are traceable, reproducible, and documented with appropriate rigor.”

Trump failed as a leader. He was too busy going to campaign rallies and golfing to take this world wide health threat seriously. He got rid of the White House Pandemic team and replaced it with Jared Kushner who has no experience in the medical or science field.

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Trump Replaced White House Pandemic-Response Team With Jared Kushner

 

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Jared Kushner Photo: Evan Vucci-Pool/Getty Images

At his coronavirus press briefing yesterday, Fox News correspondent John Roberts asked President Trump about his 2018 decision to eliminate the National Security Council’s pandemic-response office. Trump lashed out, “You know that’s a false story, what you just said is a false story … You shouldn’t be repeating a story you know is false,” accusing Roberts of “working for CNN.” (The charge of committing legitimate journalism is the most serious Trump could think to hurl at a Fox News employee.)

The story is not false. Trump did eliminate the job of coordinating a national pandemic response. And the strongest evidence of the damage he did is that this job is now being performed by Jared Kushner.

In May 2018, the top White House official who was focused on pandemic response departed the White House. “The top White House official responsible for leading the U.S. response in the event of a deadly pandemic has left the administration, and the global health security team he oversaw has been disbanded,” reported the Washington Post at the time. Trump and his allies — including then-NSC director John Bolton, who undertook the ill-fated move — have since tried to muddy the waters about these moves, emphasizing the fact that they merely reorganized the National Security Council rather than bluntly firing everybody involved in pandemic response.

It is true that they kept some global-health officials onboard. But one purpose of the reorganization was to deemphasize pandemic response in favor of other priorities. Nobody bothered to deny this at the time. “In a world of limited resources, you have to pick and choose,” an administration official explained to the Post in its 2018 story. “We lost a little bit of the leadership, but the expertise remains.” The pandemic-response office was created in order to give the issue high-level attention. Trump’s team downgraded the office because they thought it needed less attention. In a world of limited resources, you have to pick and choose, and they chose issues other than pandemic response.

The NSC’s remaining global-health staff did sound the alarm about the coronavirus early on, but its warnings did not register with high-level officials. Bolton’s supporters have tried to paint this as a vindication of his reorganization. See, the NSC was still on top of the pandemic! But the fear wasn’t that nobody in the administration would be aware of the next pandemic. It was that the people who would be aware wouldn’t have the leverage and stature within the White House to get pandemic response slotted to the top of the president’s priorities until it was too late. And that is exactly what happened.

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The second major role of the pandemic-response coordinator was to have the ability to bring together multiple departments. This is not a criticism available only with the benefit of hindsight. The need was apparent at the time Trump downgraded the department. “Health security is very fragmented, with many different agencies,” J. Stephen Morrison, senior vice-president at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, told the Post in its 2018 story. “It means coordination and direction from the White House is terribly important.”

The void left by that absence is being filled by Kushner. As head of an ad hoc task force, Kushner is “working alongside government officials from FEMA, HHS, and USAID to solve a range of logistical and technical challenges” and “has stepped in to coordinate decision-making at agencies including the Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services,” according to Politico. “I don’t know how our government operates anymore,” one Republican source complains.

For anybody familiar with Kushner’s boundless self-confidence in his ability to master even the thorniest of policy challenges, from modernizing government processes to solving the Israeli–Palestinian conflict, his disposition will come as no surprise. Gabriel Sherman reports that, in one meeting, the presidential son-in-law insisted that he had mastered the problem of ventilator disbursement. “I have all this data about ICU capacity. I’m doing my own projections, and I’ve gotten a lot smarter about this. New York doesn’t need all the ventilators,” Kushner announced, according to someone present.

Reviews of Kushner’s efficacy in this role have varied widely, presumably depending on whether their sources are the officials working with Kushner or the ones whose authority has been stripped away by him. It is at least plausible that, despite his horrendous lack of qualification for the job, the decrepit state of Trump’s government is such that having Kushner run a  cobbled-together coronavirus task force is the best available option right now. There is no chance that bringing in a rich kid who happened to marry into the family to direct the federal government’s response to a catastrophic pandemic is an optimal, or even reasonable, management structure.

What his involvement shows is that the concept of the high-level coronavirus-pandemic office was correct. There needed to be a dedicated office capable of alerting the president early, marshaling resources, and coordinating action across numerous agencies. Trump has discovered this only too late.

In a 2018 letter to the president written the day the pandemic-response coordinator left, Senator Sherrod Brown warned, “There needs to be one person at the NSC, with the backing of a capable team, who can coordinate across agencies to ensure that we have the resources necessary to guard against and respond to any outbreak that threatens the United States.” That is almost a word-for-word description of the role Kushner is filling right now.

 

https://nymag.com/intelligencer/2020/04/trump-fired-pandemic-response-jared-kushner-coronavirus.html

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2 hours ago, HipKat said:
 

Now, let's look at the things you're obviously ignoring:

U.S. intelligence agencies issued warnings about the novel coronavirus in more than a dozen classified briefings prepared for President Donald Trump in January and February, months during which he continued to play down the threat, according to current and former U.S. officials.

But the alarms appear to have failed to register with the president, who routinely skips reading the PDB and has at times shown little patience even for the oral summary he now takes two or three times per week, according to the officials who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss classified material.

The advisories being relayed by U.S. spy agencies were part of a broader collection of worrisome signals that came during a period now regarded by many public health officials and other experts as a squandered opportunity to contain the outbreak.

One official said that by mid- to late January the coronavirus was being mentioned more frequently, either as one of the report’s core articles or in what is known as an “executive update,” and that it was almost certainly called to Trump’s attention orally.

Trump spent much of February publicly playing down the threat while his administration failed to mobilize for a major outbreak by securing supplies of protective equipment,

When you get done reading the fuck scenes that I underlined for you, we'll move on to exhibit B:

As a COVID-19 coronavirus disease pandemic spread throughout the world in early 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) urged countries to “test, test, test” for the virus in order to stop it from spreading. WHO officials said the global health organization had provided 1.5 million tests to 120 countries.

“You cannot fight a fire blindfolded,” said WHO Director General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus during a March 16 press conference. “And we cannot stop this pandemic if we don’t know who is infected.”

The global health leader’s comments came as state and local governments across the United States began instituting “social distancing” measures that included shuttering bars and restaurants and instructing residents to stay home and avoid large social gatherings. Despite these aggressive actions, the U.S. as a whole was lagging behind other countries and struggling to ramp up diagnostic testing for the disease despite intense pressure to do so and confirmed cases that mounted into the thousands.

the U.S. was still in the early stages of rolling out testing for the disease weeks after its first case was reported

Also...

[url=https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2020/03/16/cdc-who-coronavirus-tests/]How U.S. coronavirus testing stalled: Flawed tests, red tape and resistance to using the millions of tests produced by the WHO[/url]

Founder of a small Berlin-based company, the ponytailed 54-year-old first raced to help German researchers come up with a diagnostic test and then spurred his company to produce and ship more than 1.4 million tests by the end of February for the World Health Organization.

“My wife and I have been working 16 hours a day, seven days a week, ever since,” Landt said by phone about 1 a.m. Friday, Berlin time. “Our days are full.”

By contrast, over the same critical period, U.S. efforts to distribute tests ground nearly to a halt, and the country’s inability to produce them left public health officials with limited means to determine where and how fast the virus was spreading. From mid-January until Feb. 28, fewer than 4,000 tests from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention were used out of more 160,000 produced.

The United States’ struggles, in Landt’s view, stemmed from the fact the country took too long to use private companies to develop the tests. The coronavirus pandemic was too big and moving too fast for the CDC to develop its own tests in time, he said.

the government effort was nevertheless marred by a widespread manufacturing problem that stalled U.S. testing for most of February.

In responses for this story, CDC spokesman Benjamin Haynes said in a statement: “This process has not gone as smoothly as we would have liked. … CDC has a responsibility to ensure that all CDC laboratory research and development activities, testing processes, and data are the highest possible quality and are traceable, reproducible, and documented with appropriate rigor.”

Huh, so still you cite an article with unnamed, anonymous officials then you move onto an article about the WHO with a speech by Director General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus dated March 16th (after Trump enacted the travel restrictions).  Uh, ok. Then you cite an article about CDC test kits that were used in low numbers even though the CDC produced a bunch of faulty kits and one sole lab in Atlanta could handle the load, clearly Trump's fault right? Perhaps if private companies weren't hamstrung by government red tape it could have gone faster but I think that issue is solved now.

On 26 January, the agency held an unusual Sunday teleconference for the media to provide an update about the rapidly growing outbreak. There were then five cases in the United States, but the CDC lab in Atlanta was still the only one in the country able to test for the virus, and it repeatedly had backlogs. Asked why more labs weren’t able to do the tests, Nancy Messonnier, who then was leading CDC’s response, said it was a quality issue. “We hold ourselves to an incredibly high standard of precision in terms of laboratory testing,” Messonnier said. “We wouldn’t want to inadvertently make a mistake in patient care.”

Great detective work there Inspector Gadget, as usual, you've failed to make a case for more "Orange Man Bad" rage. Man, and I had hoped you might do better, maybe check Mother Jones?


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Keep cherry picking. You cited people who are loyal to Trump. Obviously they’re not gonna speak out against them because, well we’ve all seen what happens when someone speaks out against him. And yes, anonymous sources. It’s not a new concept. But you will go ahead and discredit them because if you don’t then that makes your boy look guilty and God knows in your eyes he can never be guilty of anything. Shoot a man on Fifth Avenue

March 16, two months after he was first advised that this was going to be bad and did nothing about it.

and the bulk of the third part was how the CDC didn’t do what other countries did they start testing early. The fact that their tops were faulty was just the gravy.

Why don’t you just use a gaslight for an avatar

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7 hours ago, HipKat said:

Keep cherry picking. You cited people who are loyal to Trump. Obviously they’re not gonna speak out against them because, well we’ve all seen what happens when someone speaks out against him. And yes, anonymous sources. It’s not a new concept. But you will go ahead and discredit them because if you don’t then that makes your boy look guilty and God knows in your eyes he can never be guilty of anything. Shoot a man on Fifth Avenue

March 16, two months after he was first advised that this was going to be bad and did nothing about it.

and the bulk of the third part was how the CDC didn’t do what other countries did they start testing early. The fact that their tops were faulty was just the gravy.

Why don’t you just use a gaslight for an avatar

I'm sorry that you feel the truth is gaslighting but that's what I expect when you're operating off of gaslit MSM narratives so it's to be expected. Logically when your base premise is faulty (in your case Orange Man Bad all the time every time) everything that follows it is also faulty. It's funny how you keep going with this narrative of Trump sitting around and doing nothing yet we enacted the travel ban before anyone wanted it and even liberal stronghold governors like Cuomo and Newsom are largely praising him. Then you have these agencies involved in pandemics that just didn't do their job. If I think Trump could have done anything more I would have liked to have seen a total travel ban on January 1st but we both know the kind of explosions that would have gone off in the media had that happened.


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Also, isn’t it ironic that trumps overall approval rating still hovers around 40%, give or take. Disapproval rating on handling this crisis is hovering around 40%, give or take. The people who have confidence in how he’s handled the economy in this crisis is hovering around 40%, give or take. The people who don’t think Joe Biden would be doing better is hovering around 40%, give or take. The core group of zombies that you belong to. The sadly brainwashed that think the Donald Trump alternate reality is the truth. Thank God about two-thirds of the country know better.

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A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

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40 minutes ago, HipKat said:

Also, isn’t it ironic that trumps overall approval rating still hovers around 40%, give or take. Disapproval rating on handling this crisis is hovering around 40%, give or take. The people who have confidence in how he’s handled the economy in this crisis is hovering around 40%, give or take. The people who don’t think Joe Biden would be doing better is hovering around 40%, give or take. The core group of zombies that you belong to. The sadly brainwashed that think the Donald Trump alternate reality is the truth. Thank God about two-thirds of the country know better.

Zombies?  How about 'Hillary 2016' up 10 points in all of the polls?  How'd that work out for you? 

 

 

5 million illegals and massive voter fraud and the Aquarian still won.  Know you this:  He won an election rigged against him.

40%?  I bet it's closer to 100% for those who can actually form coherent thoughts.

Liberal college professors are going to skip this era in history; but future generations of fact-heeding centrists, like myself, are going to study this era in depth.  

 

 

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1 hour ago, HipKat said:

I love how your automatic reply is to bring up the MSM when I was saying on here time and time again I don’t watch the news, particularly in the last couple of weeks. I don’t watch it at all. As a matter fact, the only news broadcast I get is in the morning when I wake up, the Google routine on my phone is the play the weather and the 5 AM NPR broadcast, these days. Anything else comes off of the Internet new sites or conversations in other forums that I go research. And when it comes to truth, I’m sorry dude but you are so far from the truth. I mean, seriously. You’re defending the biggest liar in the history of the American presidency

In your world is Orange Man ever good?


Sack "The Buffalo Range's TRUSTED News Source!"

“When a well-packaged web of lies has been sold gradually to the masses over generations, the truth will seem utterly preposterous and its speaker a raving lunatic.” ~ Dresden James

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3 hours ago, SackMan518 said:

I'm sorry that you feel the truth is gaslighting but that's what I expect when you're operating off of gaslit MSM narratives so it's to be expected. Logically when your base premise is faulty (in your case Orange Man Bad all the time every time) everything that follows it is also faulty. It's funny how you keep going with this narrative of Trump sitting around and doing nothing yet we enacted the travel ban before anyone wanted it and even liberal stronghold governors like Cuomo and Newsom are largely praising him. Then you have these agencies involved in pandemics that just didn't do their job. If I think Trump could have done anything more I would have liked to have seen a total travel ban on January 1st but we both know the kind of explosions that would have gone off in the media had that happened.

Sack, your motto should be 

"My gaslighting is the only truth you need."

 

 

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Donald, when he thinks back on all the suckers he scammed throughout his life who either did business with

him or who voted for him.

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WHAT HAPPENED AT THE STANDARD HOTEL!!!

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Fuck this team

I'll tie a frying pan to my ass so you hurt your penis, you ****ing homo!

Shut the fuck up dark cloud pussy

Anyone who is foolish enough to not be a Buffalo Bills fan can go f*ck themselves with a wooden shovel handle.

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also, all that shit in your signature is beyond annoying. just like you.

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6 hours ago, Professor Pigworth said:

Sack, your motto should be 

"My gaslighting is the only truth you need."

I like "verum pugnans" better.


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“When a well-packaged web of lies has been sold gradually to the masses over generations, the truth will seem utterly preposterous and its speaker a raving lunatic.” ~ Dresden James

Parler @NYexile

 

 

 

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45 minutes ago, SackMan518 said:

I like "verum pugnans" better.

VINCIT OMNIA VERITAS!!

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10 hours ago, FanBack said:

Zombies?  How about 'Hillary 2016' up 10 points in all of the polls?  How'd that work out for you? 

5 million illegals and massive voter fraud and the Aquarian still won.  Know you this:  He won an election rigged against him.

40%?  I bet it's closer to 100% for those who can actually form coherent thoughts.

Liberal college professors are going to skip this era in history; but future generations of fact-heeding centrists, like myself, are going to study this era in depth.  

How about in 2016 we only had to guess at what Trump would be like and in 2020 we know how much of a buffoon he is?

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“There he goes. One of God's own prototypes.

A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

I’ll just forward them to Bridgett. comssvet11

Seek help. soflabillsfan

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10 hours ago, SackMan518 said:

In your world is Orange Man ever good?

No, and you should know that by now

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“There he goes. One of God's own prototypes.

A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

I’ll just forward them to Bridgett. comssvet11

Seek help. soflabillsfan

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2 hours ago, DannyBoy said:

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“There he goes. One of God's own prototypes.

A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

I’ll just forward them to Bridgett. comssvet11

Seek help. soflabillsfan

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3 hours ago, junglesouljah said:

It’s China. Every day. And tomorrow. And the day after that. And the day after that. I think you can figure out the rest. But, you still hate trump. I get it. 👍😎

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4 hours ago, DannyBoy said:

Et tu, Brute?

OR,  Gort, klaatu barada nikto 

One of my childhood favorites. (Man, the remake sucked. They should apologize for that).

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