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monitoring Trump and relevant contemporary events

 
 
coldjoint
 
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Reply Sun 2 Aug, 2020 11:18 pm
@MontereyJack,
Quote:
that's wrong. google it and see.

You said it is wrong. Prove it is. Back something up for a change.
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Walter Hinteler
 
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Reply Sun 2 Aug, 2020 11:27 pm
@coldjoint,
coldjoint wrote:
That is why schools are open in European countries.
Schools in all of these countries where there was a very low baseline rate of infection, with strict social distancing, tests, masks etc.

Quote:
"Social distancing clearly works best," says principal investigator Peter Klimek (CSH, MedUni Vienna). "Us parents may like it or not, but the by far most effective measure according to our study is the closure of educational institutions."
Source
coldjoint
 
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Reply Sun 2 Aug, 2020 11:31 pm
@Walter Hinteler,
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Schools in all of these countries where there was a very low baseline rate of infection, with strict social distancing, tests, masks etc.

Then they are open. Thanks, but I already said that.
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Walter Hinteler
 
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Reply Sun 2 Aug, 2020 11:43 pm
@Walter Hinteler,
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Meanwhile, Paul Hunter, professor in medicine at the University of East Anglia, said it had become clear that there is a link between closing schools and controlling the spread of the virus. “The evidence is clear that schools are important in the spread of Covid-19,” he said. “Our studies show that, across Europe, closing schools was the single factor most strongly associated with drops in infection rates.”

Hunter added that while individual risks to children and teachers were probably low, school transmission was likely to push up general infection rates, so the disease would rise exponentially again. “Would re-opening schools increase the spread of Covid-19 in the population? Yes. I think it would very probably do that.”

The chairman of Sage’s sub-group on pandemic modelling, Graham Medley, said it could come down to a choice between reopening schools and shutting other venues such as pubs. “Most people think that opening schools is a priority for the health and wellbeing of children and that when we do that we are going to reconnect lots of households,” Medley told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme.

However, he cited Whitty’s warning about the limits of reopening society. “So closing some other networks, some other activities may well be required to enable us to open schools,” Medley said. “It’s a matter of prioritising. Do we think pubs are more important than schools?”

Virologist Jonathan Ball, of Nottingham University, also warned about the risks of reopening schools as infection levels are rising. “We don’t yet understand whether children play a major role in transmission either to each other, or to the wider community, though we do know that they can be very good incubators and spreaders of viruses.”
Source (published today)
coldjoint
 
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Reply Sun 2 Aug, 2020 11:51 pm
@Walter Hinteler,
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Union calls on ministers to convince staff and parents that it is safe to start a new year in September as expert warns on spread of the virus

From your source^
Quote:
Government plans to reopen all schools in September were called into question by leading scientists and the head of a major teaching union last night amid signs that cases of Covid-19 are increasing again at an alarming rate.

The teacher's union is pulling the same crap here. Another batch of scientists cannot be trusted to tell the whole truth. Covid 19 is now a club for Leftists all over the world trying to reduce individual rights and the right to make your own decisions.
Walter Hinteler
 
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Reply Mon 3 Aug, 2020 12:20 am
@coldjoint,
You certainly might be a better scientist than those "leading scientists".
Thanks for your detailed opinion and research!
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roger
 
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Reply Mon 3 Aug, 2020 12:25 am
@Walter Hinteler,
Now, that's a useful link.
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hightor
 
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Reply Mon 3 Aug, 2020 05:21 am
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(...)


Right from the start, McCarthy had prominent critics. But almost the entire political establishment was afraid of him. You could fight him, in which case he just made your life harder, or you could ignore him, in which case he rolled right over you. He verbally abused people who disagreed with him. He also had easy access to money, much of it from Texas oilmen, which he used to help unseat politicians who crossed him.

To his supporters, he could say and do no wrong. Tye quotes the pollster George Gallup, in 1954: “Even if it were known that McCarthy had killed five innocent children, they would probably still go along with him.” His fans liked that he was a bully, and they liked that he scandalized the genteel and the privileged.

(...)

McCarthy lied all the time. He lied even when he didn’t need to lie, as [the author] thinks is the case with the war record. When he didn’t have any facts to embellish, he made them up. He found that, if he just kept on repeating himself, people would figure that he must be onto something.

He was incapable of sticking to a script. He rambled and he blustered, and if things weren’t going his way he left the room. He was notoriously lazy, ignorant, and unprepared, and he had a reputation for following the advice of the last person he talked to. But he trusted his instincts. And he loved chaos. He knew that he had a much higher tolerance for it than most human beings do, and he used it to confuse, to distract, and to disrupt.

(...)

Our demagogue is far more dangerous than a senator who was not very popular even in his own state. Ours is the President, and he has henchmen running the State Department and the Justice Department who are dedicated to clearing a legal path for him to eliminate whoever stands in his way. The Trump Administration has done serious damage to the entire executive branch. It will take a long time to repair it.

But what is puzzling about McCarthy is also puzzling about Trump. Once McCarthy was in a position of power, he was incapable of modifying his behavior. He could not shut it off, even when everyone around him was begging him to. He had a single explanation for everything, and the only way he knew how to do his job was by threatening and prevaricating. Trump, too, is a one-trick pony. He says the same things on every issue and in response to every crisis.

(...)

newyorker

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Frank Apisa
 
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Reply Mon 3 Aug, 2020 07:19 am
@MontereyJack,
MontereyJack wrote:

Trump hads had seven months now with no "distractions"and he's done nothing to save american lives. That's why americans trust fauci over trump more than two to one. that's why it's clear trump's unrelenting push to reopoen too soon was a disaster. That's why trummp is down by double digits.



Some of you people...MOST AMERICANS, IN FACT...just have no appreciation for how much effort, concentration, and dedication goes into keeping one's golf game in the shape a good golfer wants it to be.

How the hell do you expect a golfer with a low handicap like Trump to spend time on **** like "American lives"; "American trust"; "the American economy".,,,and garbage like that...

...and still give his game the attention it deserves.

How?
McGentrix
 
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Reply Mon 3 Aug, 2020 08:15 am
@Frank Apisa,
AT least that is an actual valid criticism. Most of your guys bullshit is vapid nonsense.
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revelette1
 
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Reply Mon 3 Aug, 2020 10:29 am
Is This The Real Reason Why Trump Wants To Ban TikTok?

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A theory explaining all this has quietly and persistently circulated among TikTokers since the ban was first discussed a few weeks ago: What if this has nothing to do with China, nothing to do with national security? What if this does have everything to do with Trump’s rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in June? The event was supposed to mark a return to the campaign assemblies that the president covets, a comeback show of force with nearly 20,000 people in attendance after months of Covid 19 lockdown. And it was totally ruined for him by TikTokers and other young people online who coordinated a campaign to register for tickets to the event and never show up. So, what if the ban on TikTok is retaliation for that?


(Forbes)
coldjoint
 
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Reply Mon 3 Aug, 2020 11:27 am
@revelette1,
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But what if there’s another reason why Trump wants to turn off TikTok, something driven not by high-minded policy but by something as simple as hurt feelings.

^from your article.

Hurt feelings after almost 4 years of being associated with Russia, Epstein, and the KKK? Why in the Hell would his feelings be hurt now? He has been called every name in the book and now people are taking a Chinese company's side?

Trump is concerned about national security and the American citizens privacy. Nothing more than that. Just another hit piece from desperate people.
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coldjoint
 
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Reply Mon 3 Aug, 2020 11:52 am

Gives me the impression regular Americans who love their family and this country are very tired of this crap.
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coldjoint
 
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Reply Mon 3 Aug, 2020 12:13 pm
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Billions Are Being Spent on Teachers Who Won't Teach: President Trump Can Change That

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In the old public school system, teachers pretended to teach and students pretended to learn. Now no one is pretending anymore. The teachers aren’t teaching and the students aren’t learning. The big expensive buildings are standing empty, the school supplies are going unused, and the endless layers of administration serve no function except to draw six figure salaries. It’s time to end the charade.

The billion-dollar boondoggles were not created to maintain themselves which is all they’re doing now.

America’s students deserve better. So do the taxpayers who have funded this mess. The public education system has shut itself down. It’s time to build a new flexible system that can handle the stresses of the pandemic and deliver results without holding students and parents hostage to unions.

President Trump can take the first step by breaking parents and students free of broken districts and shuttered schools by putting federal education funds at the disposal of parents during this emergency. Voucher programs have already been successfully implemented in many states, especially in districts with underperforming schools, and a pandemic voucher program would offer flexibility and results.

Parents would be able to enroll their children in the distance or in-person learning options that work for their families. A competitive educational environment would adapt to the challenges much more readily and provide better value for students. And the failing public school system would have an incentive to improve. The alternative is wasting billions on schools and teachers who refuse to teach their students.

Do we care about our children? If we do, this needs to happen.
http://www.danielgreenfield.org/2020/08/billions-are-being-spent-on-teachers.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+FromNyToIsraelSultanRevealsTheStoriesBehindTheNews+%28Daniel+Greenfield%2FSultan+Knish+articles%29
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Walter Hinteler
 
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Reply Mon 3 Aug, 2020 12:20 pm
@revelette1,
Meanwhile Trump said he did not object to a potential acquisition of the Chinese-owned app, retreating from earlier comments about banning the service.
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Speaking at the White House on Monday, Mr. Trump said that TikTok would shut down on Sept. 15 unless Microsoft or another company purchased it. He added that the U.S. Treasury Department would need to receive a lot of money in return for the deal, without explaining how that would work.
[...]
A special government panel that examines national security threats, called the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, has extended its deadline by 45 days to allow Microsoft to explore the purchase, a person familiar with the matter said. The 45-day extension was first reported by Reuters.
NYT

Reuters: Trump gives Microsoft 45 days to clinch TikTok deal
coldjoint
 
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Reply Mon 3 Aug, 2020 12:26 pm
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Daily Presidential Tracking Poll

Monday, August 03, 2020

The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Monday shows that 51% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Trump’s job performance. Forty-seven percent (47%) disapprove.

The latest figures include 40% who Strongly Approve of the job Trump is doing and 41% who Strongly Disapprove. This gives him a Presidential Approval Index rating of -1. (see trends)

https://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/trump_administration/prez_track_aug03
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coldjoint
 
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Reply Mon 3 Aug, 2020 12:31 pm
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'Black Lives Matter' is fine on street, but 'Black Preborn Lives Matter' gets you arrested

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The Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Police Department arrested two students Saturday morning for defacing property after they wrote pro-life messages in chalk, MPD told the Daily Caller News Foundation.

Students for Life of America and the Frederick Douglass Foundation had planned to write the words “BLACK PREBORN LIVES MATTER” on the sidewalk outside an abortion clinic in Washington, D.C. Saturday morning, according to a Students for Life press release. The group also said it obtained a permit for the event.

Pretty sad.
https://www.wnd.com/2020/08/black-lives-matter-fine-street-black-preborn-lives-matter-gets-arrested/?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=PostTopSharingButtons&utm_campaign=websitesharingbuttons
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coldjoint
 
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Reply Mon 3 Aug, 2020 12:38 pm
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One of the the most BEAUTIFUL
BITCH SLAPS
in the history of MSNBC


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coldjoint
 
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Reply Mon 3 Aug, 2020 12:48 pm
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Early Mask Adoption and Death Totals Contradict One Another

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CNN and the Washington Post, no friends to truth or journalism, published in their own self-interest a list of states with mask mandates and tables of coronavirus tallies, respectively. Their motives are clear: The states that locked down early are blue heroes and the ever-rising tallies signify red leadership failures.

A merger of the two produces interesting and conflicting results, though. The situation on the ground is complex, but at the very least shouldn’t early mask adoptions result in fewer deaths? Isn’t that the whole point?

As we see, that is not the case. Indeed, the first 11 states to require masks, beginning with New Jersey on April 8th, are fully responsible for almost 80,000 deaths, or over half of all COVID-19 fatalities. It needs to be pointed out that fully all 11 of them are helmed by Democrat governors and their largest cities are run by inept Democrat mayors.

How about that? It proves the media has no interest in the facts on Covid 19 just what fits the narrative.
https://www.rightwirereport.com/2020/07/30/early-mask-adoption-and-death-totals-contradict-one-another/?utm_source=whatfinger
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coldjoint
 
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Reply Mon 3 Aug, 2020 12:50 pm
@hightor,
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is a one-trick pony.

You really think the media should call anyone that? Laughing Laughing Laughing
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