moms to Trump? 0 replies
In the original Goldfinger book, Ian Fleming had Auric Goldfinger say, “Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. Three times is enemy action.” Enemy action is what’s on the table as Black Lives Matter and Antifa mobs are terrorizing suburban neighborhoods. What were random stories about threatening protests in quiet neighborhoods are now “the enemies’” routine behavior. We’ve already seen a record number of people buying guns for the first time as they’ve watched the Democrat-run leftist mobs destroy urban America. With the suburbs now under attack, it’s probably these same people will push for Trump’s re-election with a mandate to return law and order to America’s streets.
mistakes in the history of this country 0 replies
As I write this, 1.6% of the U.S. population have tested positive for Coronavirus— 5.2 million out of our 330 million people. This figure probably shocks most people, because the mainstream media has tried as hard as possible to make this pandemic seem far worse than it actually is. Every day there are repeated news reports about passing another “grim milestone”. Over 166,000 have died with their deaths being attributed to the virus. However, there have been numerous reports that many, possibly even most, of these deaths have been with “comorbidities” that could have been the primary cause. Age could also have been the main factor in many of the deaths,
over and over 0 replies
The NFL is on the verge of precipitous decline due to a weakening of the three legs of the stool upon which the league’s empire sits: attendance, viewership, and revenue. All of these items are interrelated. All three are being eroded. Taken together, it is likely that the NFL has reached its high water mark and instead of expanding, as it dreams, the league will instead diminish in importance from here on out. As to the underlying causes for the NFL’s problems, start with the most glaring: the Wuhan virus.
Multiple Campaign Stops 4 replies
The Democrat National Convention, albeit virtual, is set to kick off next week. The speakers have been scheduled and the delegates are ready. Vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris will take the national stage on Wednesday night ahead of presidential nominee Joe Biden on Thursday evening. Both will make their remarks from Delaware without a crowd. Today, each signed the official paperwork to accept their nominations. [Video] But while the Democrat Party attempts to rally around a Biden/Harris ticket, President Trump is hitting the campaign trail in Arizona, Minnesota and Wisconsin next week. He will deliver a series of speeches on “Joe Biden’s failures on Jobs and the Economy”
Safely in Person 10 replies
One of the most highly contentious issues of the 2020 presidential cycle is whether it will be safe for Americans to vote in person on November 3, 2020. For weeks Democrats have held up crucial Wuhan coronavirus relieve packages while demanding billions of dollars for the Post Office in order to bolster mass mail in voting. In California, a state without voter identification laws and outdated registration records, Governor Gavin Newsom plans to mail every registered voter a ballot ahead of election day. Recent elections in New York, New Jersey and West Virginia have proven mass mail in voting schemes lead to fraud and extremely delayed results.
How People Vote in November 9 replies
As violence continues to rage in major Democrat cities across the country, Americans watching or directly affected by an increase in crime want the police to stop it. Further, the issue will impact how they vote in the 2020 presidential election. From a new Rasmussen survey: Voters are ready for the police to put an end to the continuing violent protests nationwide. Most also say the protests will be important to their vote in the upcoming elections. When asked which is closer to their own thinking, 50% of Likely U.S. Voters say the police should crack down on the protests to bring them to an end.
Brokered Peace Deal as Rashida Tlaib Yells
At Clouds 8 replies
Joe Biden’s attempts to pretend every good thing that happens under the Trump administration is a result of the Obama administration have become fairly expected. When it comes to the economy, we continually hear Trump isn’t responsible for the booming growth experienced through much of his term. But in relation to foreign policy, it’s a bit jarring to see the former Vice President try to take credit for a peace deal the Obama administration had no hand in at all. Yet, Biden tried to spin that narrative today. This came after Trump brokered a historic deal between Israel and the UAE. Later in the day, Bahrain and Oman followed suit,
Spanish flu survives COVID-19 4 replies
A 107-year-old New Jersey grandmother who survived the Spanish flu a century ago is now a two-time pandemic survivor after beating COVID-19. Brooklyn native Anna Del Priore, who turns 108 next month, was diagnosed with the coronavirus in May and her granddaughter, Darlene Jasmine, had assumed the worst, the Asbury Park Press reports. “I thought, ‘Oh my God, this is it,’” Jasmine told the newspaper. “This is the thing that’s going to take her down.” But Del Priore, who contracted the Spanish Flu during the influenza pandemic in 1918 that killed an estimated 50 million people worldwide, didn’t succumb to the virus. Instead, she’s still mobile, dancing whenever possible at Brighton Gardens,
with autism refuses to wear mask 18 replies
A Texas mom says Southwest Airlines kicked her off a flight from Midland to Houston after her 3-year-old autistic son refused to wear a mask. “He is 3 and has autism and sensory processing disorders, so he wouldn’t keep the mask on,” Alyssa Sadler, of Houston, told ABC affiliate KTRK. “They’re trying to talk to him, tell him, ‘You have to wear it. It’s not an option,’ and I’m trying to explain to them, you know, he doesn’t understand what you’re saying.” The mom said her son “doesn’t like things touching his face.” “He was screaming. He was throwing a fit. He was screaming no, no, no,” she told NBC Houston.
Republican control could be ‘tough’ 17 replies
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he feels “optimistic” that Republicans will be able to hold on to the Senate come November — but warned it was going to be “tough.” McConnell (R-Ky.) offered his take on where things stood for the GOP ahead of the election during an appearance on Fox News’ “Bill Hemmer Reports” Tuesday, after being asked if his party could keep Senate control. “Yeah, we can, but this was always going to be a tough cycle for us. This is a big class of incumbents because we took the majority six years ago,” the Kentucky Republican said.
from failed presidential run 9 replies
Kamala Harris, named Tuesday to be Joe Biden’s running mate, still has more than $1 million in unpaid bills left over from her failed 2020 presidential bid, according to a report. The California senator raised about $39 million for her White House bid in 2019 and spent about $40 million, leaving her campaign with just $116,380 in the bank at the end of June, Bloomberg News reported on Wednesday, citing Federal Election Commission filings. Harris ended her campaign last December amid falling poll numbers and a lack of fundraising. International law firm Perkins Coie LLP was still owed $523,883 at the end of June,
COVID-19: scientists 8 replies
Researchers at the University of California, San Francisco, have devised a nasal spray to administer synthetic antibodies, which they believe will help stop the spread of the coronavirus. A team led by graduate student Michael Schoof engineered the synthetic molecule that “straitjackets the crucial SARS-CoV-2 machinery that allows the virus to infect our cells,” according to a report on the university’s website. A paper posted on the preprint server bioRxiv says experiments using the live virus show the molecule is among the most powerful COVID-19 antivirals yet discovered. While it’s not a traditional vaccine, the researchers believe one spray a day of the synthetic antibodies, dubbed “AeroNabs,”