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trump fails to blow Ossoffs hose ...opps nose
Posted:Jul 28, 2020 10:53 am
Last Updated:Jul 30, 2020 6:36 pm
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From Ossoff

Sitting U.S. Senator David Perdue's digital attack ad distorted my face to enlarge and extend my nose.

I'm Jewish.

This is the oldest, most obvious, least original anti-Semitic trope in history.

Senator, literally no one believes your excuses.
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trump supporters confused about apparently everything
Posted:Jul 26, 2020 6:55 pm
Last Updated:Aug 15, 2020 3:19 pm
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trump supporters, confused about apparently everything, don swastika face masks at Minnesota Walmart . note: the use of 'don' was intentional
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Godspeed John Robert Lewis - The Boy from Troy
Posted:Jul 18, 2020 6:22 pm
Last Updated:Jul 21, 2020 6:57 am
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We want our freedom and we want it now

Thank you
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trump is a libtard mask wearing pussy snowflake
Posted:Jul 11, 2020 5:50 pm
Last Updated:Jul 14, 2020 6:53 am
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Just in:
Confirmed! trump is a libtard mask wearing pussy snowflake, film at
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Ghislaine Maxwell : Will she roll on trump and his abuse of tiny heinies?
Posted:Jul 2, 2020 6:56 pm
Last Updated:Jul 14, 2020 6:54 am
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Ghislaine Maxwell : Will she roll on trump and his abuse of tiny heinies?
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trumps mind and health are gone
Posted:Jun 26, 2020 10:14 am
Last Updated:Aug 12, 2020 9:37 am
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Sean Hannity traveled trump Green Bay, Wis., for a fox entertainment channel town hall

Hannity asked him this question:
“... what are your top priority items for a second term?”

trump responded:
“Well, one of the things that will be really great, you know, the word experience is still good. I always say talent is more important than experience. I’ve always said that. But the word experience is a very important word. It’s a very important meaning. I never did this before -- I never slept over in Washington. I was in Washington I think 17 times, all of the sudden, I’m the president of the United States. You know the story, I’m riding down Pennsylvania Avenue with our first lady and I say, ‘This is great.’ But I didn’t know very many people in Washington, it wasn’t my thing."

Oh My!
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McSally Craps on the Senate Floor with S.3592 - Stop COVID Act of 2020
Posted:Jun 24, 2020 1:31 pm
Last Updated:Jul 1, 2020 6:19 pm
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Poor McSally is clearly out of ideas on how to stay relevant for her Presidential 2024 bid.

Whoring herself out the trump failed ...so we get this garbage:

S. 3592

amend the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act establish an exception jurisdictional immunity for a foreign state that discharges a biological weapon, and for other purposes.

IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES
May 4, 2020
Mrs. Blackburn (for herself, Ms. McSally, and Mr. Daines) introduced the following bill; which was read twice and referred the Committee on the Judiciary

A BILL
amend the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act establish an exception jurisdictional immunity for a foreign state that discharges a biological weapon, and for other purposes.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,

SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.

This Act may be cited as the “Stop China-Originated Viral Infectious Diseases Act of 2020” or the “Stop COVID Act of 2020”.

SEC. 2. EXCEPTION TO JURISDICTIONAL IMMUNITY OF A FOREIGN STATE.

(a) In General.—Section 1605 of title 28, United States Code, is amended—

(1) by redesignating subsections (g) and (h) as subsections (h) and (i), respectively; and

(2) by inserting after subsection (f) the following:

“(g) (1) A foreign state shall not be immune from the jurisdiction of the courts of the United States in any case where such foreign state is alleged, whether intentionally or unintentionally, to have discharged a biological agent, as defined in section 178 of title 18, and such discharge results in the bodily injury, death, or damage to property of a national of the United States.

“(2) Notwithstanding section 2337(2) of title 18, a national of the United States may bring a claim for damages against a foreign state in accordance with section 2333 of title 18 if the foreign state would not be immune under this subsection.”.

(b) Applicability.—The amendment made by subsection (a) shall apply the discharge of a biological agent that occurred before, on, or after the date of enactment of this Act.

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trump - The Anti Christ of Biblical Proportion
Posted:Jun 2, 2020 6:06 am
Last Updated:Jun 22, 2020 7:02 am
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Rabbi Jack Moline, the president of Interfaith Alliance, slammed the fact that peaceful protesters near the White House were gassed and shot with rubber bullets so Trump could hold his photo op at St Johns Church.

“Seeing President Trump stand in front of St. John’s Episcopal Church while holding a Bible in response to calls for racial justice right after using military force to clear peaceful protesters out of the area is one of the most flagrant misuses of religion I have ever seen," Moline said: This only underscores the president’s complete lack of compassion for Black Americans and the lethal consequences of racism.”

Right Rev. Mariann Budde, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington, to which St. John’s belongs, said she was “outraged” by the moment, adding that Trump neither prayed during his visit nor acknowledged the country's agony.

“What on earth did we just witness?” she asked, lamenting “the abuse of sacred symbols of people of faith in this country to justify language, rhetoric" and "an approach to this crisis that is antithetical to everything that we stand for.”

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trump: Swift Boating Has Been Redefined - Thank You Taylor
Posted:May 30, 2020 6:40 pm
Last Updated:Jun 1, 2020 5:25 pm
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Taylor Swift is ready to name names. The once notoriously politically-silent singer tweeted directly at trump, following the murder of George Floyd by a white police officer who was filmed pinning him to the ground in Minneapolis. Protests in the city started in response to the officer not being arrested, and they had become violent.

trump further fueled controversy by encouraging officers to shoot protesters should they loot ("these THUGS are dishonoring the memory of George Floyd, and I won’t let that happen," trump wrote. "Just spoke to Governor Tim Walz and told him that the Military is with him all the way. Any difficulty and we will assume control but, when the looting starts, the shooting starts. Thank you!") Twitter even censored trump's tweet for "glorifying violence," the social media platform's starkest action ever taken against trump.

Swift tagged trump in her tweet, writing, "After stoking the fires of white supremacy and racism your entire presidency, you have the nerve to feign moral superiority before threatening violence? ‘When the looting starts the shooting starts’??? We will vote you out in November. @realdonaldtrump"

Godspeed to you George
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trump supporter psychology ...they need your support
Posted:May 25, 2020 7:36 am
Last Updated:Jun 2, 2020 7:49 am
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Given the trump supporters extreme devotion and unwavering admiration for their highly unpredictable, ineffective, and inflammatory leader, we turn to the field of psychology for scientific explanations based on precise quantitative data and established theoretical frameworks.

In a paper published in the Journal of Social and Political Psychology, Psychologist and UC Santa Cruz professor Thomas Pettigrew argues that five major psychological phenomena can help explain this exceptional political event. See: Social Psychological Perspectives on trump Supporters - Thomas F. Pettigrew

Supporters, we do feel your pain and stand with you in the effort to put in place the resources you require to prosper and live fully.

1. Authoritarian Personality Syndrome
Authoritarianism refers to the advocacy or enforcement of strict obedience to authority at the expense of personal freedom, and is commonly associated with a lack of concern for the opinions or needs of others. Authoritarian personality syndrome—a well-studied and globally-prevalent condition—is a state of mind that is characterized by belief in total and complete obedience to one’s authority. Those with the syndrome often display aggression toward outgroup members, submissiveness to authority, resistance to new experiences, and a rigid hierarchical view of society. The syndrome is often triggered by fear, making it easy for leaders who exaggerate threat or fear monger to gain their allegiance.

Although authoritarian personality is found among liberals, it is more common among the right-wing around the world. President trump’s speeches, which are laced with absolutist terms like “losers” and “complete disasters,” are naturally appealing to those with the syndrome.

While research showed that Republican voters in the U.S. scored higher than Democrats on measures of authoritarianism before trump emerged on the political scene, a Politico survey found that high authoritarians greatly favored then-candidate trump, which led to a correct prediction that he would win the election, despite the polls saying otherwise.

2. Social dominance orientation
Social dominance orientation SDO, which is distinct but related to authoritarian personality syndrome—refers to people who have a preference for the societal hierarchy of groups, specifically with a structure in which the high-status groups have dominance over the low-status ones. Those with SDO are typically dominant, tough-minded, and driven by self-interest.

In trump’s speeches, he appeals to those with SDO by repeatedly making a clear distinction between groups that have a generally higher status in society (White), and those groups that are typically thought of as belonging to a lower status (immigrants and minorities).

A survey of US adults published in the journal Personality and Individual Differences found that those who scored high on both SDO and authoritarianism were those who intended vote for trump in the election.

3. Prejudice
It would be grossly unfair and inaccurate say that every one of trump’s supporters have prejudice against ethnic and religious minorities, but it would be equally inaccurate say that many do not. It is a well-known fact that the Republican party, going at least as far back Richard Nixon’s “southern strategy,” used strategies that appealed bigotry, such as lacing speeches with “whistles”—code words that signaled prejudice toward minorities that were designed to be heard by racists but no one else.

While the whistles of the past were more subtle, trump’s are sometimes shockingly direct. There’s no denying that he routinely appeals to bigoted supporters when he calls Muslims “dangerous” and Mexican immigrants “ ” and “murderers,” often in a blanketed fashion. Perhaps unsurprisingly, a new study has shown that support for trump is correlated with a standard scale of modern racism.

4. Intergroup contact
Intergroup contact refers to contact with members of groups that are outside one’s own, which has been experimentally shown to reduce prejudice. As such, it’s important to note that there is growing evidence that trump’s white supporters have experienced significantly less contact with minorities than other Americans. For example, a study found that “…the racial and ethnic isolation of Whites at the zip-code level is one of the strongest predictors of trump support.” This correlation persisted while controlling for dozens of other variables. In agreement with this finding, the same researchers found that support for trump increased with the voters’ physical distance from the Mexican border.

5. Relative deprivation
Relative deprivation refers to the experience of being deprived of something to which one believes they are entitled. It is the discontent felt when one compares their position in life to others who they feel are equal or inferior but have unfairly had more success than them.

Common explanations for trump’s popularity among non-bigoted voters involve economics. There is no doubt that some trump supporters are simply angry that American jobs are being lost to Mexico and China, which is certainly understandable, although these loyalists often ignore the fact that some of these careers are actually being lost due to the accelerating pace of automation.

These trump supporters are experiencing relative deprivation, and are common among the swing states like Ohio, Michigan, and Pennsylvania. This kind of deprivation is specifically referred to as “relative,” as opposed to “absolute,” because the feeling is often based on a skewed perception of what one is entitled to.
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trump bestows upon himself the Badge of Honor, just in time for Memroial Day
Posted:May 21, 2020 7:00 am
Last Updated:May 27, 2020 11:17 pm
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trump remains devoid of showing any empathy, no less having any, and bestows upon himself a badge of honor

“I view it as a badge of honor”
trump explained:
“Really, it’s a badge of honor”
“When we have a lot of cases”
trump continued:
“I don’t look at that as a bad thing. I look at that as ...as being a good"

And a few days before bestowing upon himself yet another Darwin Award it was the opposite:
“the whole concept of tests aren’t necessarily great”
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trump is not an acceptable answer
Posted:May 14, 2020 6:39 am
Last Updated:Jul 5, 2020 8:39 am
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Such a great opportunity for a trump parrot ...must be seized
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trump pressures ducey to bend over and take a viral load
Posted:May 7, 2020 6:12 am
Last Updated:May 14, 2020 9:47 pm
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Hours after Doug Ducey, the Republican governor of Arizona, accelerated plans reopen businesses, saying the state was “headed in the right direction,” his administration halted the work of a team of experts projecting it was on a different — and much grimmer — course.

On Monday night, the eve of president trump’s visit the state, Ducey’s health department shut down the work of academic experts predicting the peak of the state’s coronavirus outbreak was still about weeks away.

“We’ve been asked by Department leadership ‘pause’ all current work on projections and modeling,” Steven Bailey, the bureau chief for public health statistics at the Arizona Department of Health Services, wrote the modeling team, composed of professionals from Arizona State University and the University of Arizona, according email correspondence reviewed by The Washington Post.

The move to sideline academic experts in the middle of the pandemic reflects growing friction between plans to resume economic activity and the analysis of epidemiologists that underscores the dangers of rolling back restrictions. Officials in Arizona said they would rely on “real-time” information, as well as modeling conducted by federal agencies, which is not released publicly.

During his visit to Arizona on Tuesday, trump pressed states to pursue aggressive reopening strategies even as he acknowledged “some people will be affected badly.” Governors from Georgia to Iowa have stepped ahead of the recommendations of doctors and epidemiologists in their states, beginning phased reopenings before they met the administration’s nonbinding guidelines. Recent polling suggests they have done so against the wishes of most Americans, who support sweeping precautions to slow the spread of the virus.

But experts said Arizona’s dismissal of academics, whose analysis seems at odds with the state’s approach, marked an alarming turn against data-informed decision-making.

“The approach seems to be, ‘Shoot the — and quick,’ ” said Josiah D. Rich, an epidemiologist at Brown University.

The Arizona health department was pulling back “the special data sets which have been shared under this public health emergency effort,” according the Monday email from Bailey, which was first reported by an ABC affiliate in Phoenix.

The decision represented an abrupt turnaround from the state’s request for expert input about six weeks ago, when Bailey vowed the modelers would have “full, unfettered access confidential . . . data from the Department.”

“This is a situation that is unprecedented in living memory, and it is going become rapidly more dire in the coming days,” he wrote in previously unreported correspondence. “I cannot, therefore, overemphasize the importance of what we are requesting here.”
The move also troubled some federal lawmakers. “We can’t just remove scientific data and bury facts when it contradicts an agenda or narrative,” said Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick (D-Ariz.).

Will Humble, a former Arizona health director, said he was concerned by the timing of the abrupt suspension of the modeling work — hours after Ducey had announced plans to ease restrictions on restaurants and barbershops, among other retailers.
Several members of the modeling group, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because of concerns about professional retribution, said the work was halted without advance notice. One said the timing of the president’s visit to the state was suspicious.
“The optics don’t look good,” the academic said.
Reached by phone, Bailey, the email’s author, declined to comment. He wrote in his Monday email that the partnership with the academics, who were volunteering their time, might resume with the onset of flu season later in the year.

Patrick Ptak, a spokesman for the governor, said the department’s determination “had nothing to do with” the president’s travel to Arizona, or the governor’s Monday announcement about new steps in the state’s gradual reopening. He said the decision was made by the state’s health director, Cara Christ, “after reviewing all of the data.”
Going forward, Arizona will use modeling developed by the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that “ensures our hospitals have capacity for any situation,” Ptak said.

But Humble said the state is eluding accountability by relying on nonpublic modeling. The academic partnership yielded public reports, the most recent of which predicted that the state’s peak of cases would not arrive before mid-May.
Ptak said the state is working to see if Arizona-specific projections can be made public.

“Good practice is always to use multiple models and multiple inputs,” said Elizabeth Carlton, an assistant professor of environmental and occupational health at the Colorado School of Public Health. “A smart state program will consult a lot of different data sources.”

Efforts in other states to selectively interpret and display coronavirus cases to suit political ends are also raising concerns among epidemiologists.
Iowa experts who presented the state with models saying it was too early to reopen said they were ignored.
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