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coldjoint
 
  1  
Tue 22 Sep, 2020 10:59 am
@Walter Hinteler,
Walter Hinteler wrote:

coldjoint wrote:
If the NYT and the WP say it is true there is an excellent chance it is not.
So their linked sources are false? The various persons quoted - in the WP and NYT, the quoted sources - are ghosts?

Here is a person that probably believes them.
hightor
 
  1  
Tue 22 Sep, 2020 11:03 am
@coldjoint,
Quote:

Remember Democrats and the media knew there was no evidence of Russia collusion on Trump's part and lied for three years.

The fact that you're still pushing this completely fictitious narrative after the Senate Intelligence Committee has published five volumes of findings on Russian interference in the 2016 election, conclusively demonstrates that you simply prefer to remain in the dark, inhaling concentrated ideological fumes like a glue-sniffing dope fiend.
coldjoint
 
  1  
Tue 22 Sep, 2020 11:12 am
@hightor,
hightor wrote:

Quote:

Remember Democrats and the media knew there was no evidence of Russia collusion on Trump's part and lied for three years.

The fact that you're still pushing this completely fictitious narrative after the Senate Intelligence Committee has published five volumes of findings on Russian interference in the 2016 election, conclusively demonstrates that you simply prefer to remain in the dark, inhaling concentrated ideological fumes like a glue-sniffing dope fiend.

Which Trump had 0 involvement in. That is the lie you are pushing. You have conflated those facts to damage Trump.

Both those rags are propaganda arms of Democrats, socialists, Communists and globalists. What they say is not the reality we see in America.
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hightor
 
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Tue 22 Sep, 2020 11:14 am
@coldjoint,
Quote:

Here is a person that probably believes them.

Fail. You obviously can't disprove the facts printed in the NYT and WP so you post this dumb video!
coldjoint
 
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Tue 22 Sep, 2020 11:16 am
@hightor,
hightor wrote:

Quote:

Here is a person that probably believes them.

Fail. You obviously can't disprove the facts printed in the NYT and WP so you post this dumb video!

Can they prove those numbers are accurate? Please tell me how they plan to do that? Think the Nashville mayor can help?
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FreedomEyeLove
 
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Tue 22 Sep, 2020 10:11 pm
US Presidential Election 2020 Odds: 80% Of Money Wagered Is On Donald Trump Winning

Joe Biden might be the bookmakers favorite but Donald Trump is certainly the bettors pick

2020 US election odds: The money keeps on coming for Donald Trump
Despite 47% of UK bookmakers on the OddsChecker grids shortening the price for a Joe Biden win in the November election over the last 48-hours, the money keeps on flooding in for a Donald Trump victory.

Donald Trump has dominated US election betting since the market opened, with the majority of bettors expecting him to extend his stay at the White House. However, the number of bets placed on Joe Biden and Donald Trump has levelled out slightly this month. The percentage of bets for Donald Trump in the 2020 US Election market has dropped from 58% in August to 52% in September. Joe Biden's share has risen from 33.5% to 40% in the same time period.

However, the actually money being wagered on each of the candidates hasn't levelled out at all. As mentioned, Donald Trump has accounted for 52% of bets placed in September, but this equates to 80% of money wagered on the 2020 US election. Whereas, Joe Biden has only accounted for 18.6% of money wagered on the election.

This means despite a few more gamblers willing to back Joe Biden, more people are willing to wager higher funds on Donald Trump.

Donald Trump's US election odds imply that he's currently got a 45.5% chance of winning the election, which has decreased by 2.1% in the last couple of days.

Why is this good news for Donald Trump?
There are various recent political events where the bookmakers favorite has lost the event but the majority of gamblers have come out as winners, which is the pattern the 2020 US Election is following.

The most obvious example of this was Donald Trump's 2016 US Election win. Hillary Clinton was the overwhelming favorite for the majority of the campaigning, and the odds implied she'd win comfortably. However, that obviously wasn't the case, which was good news for online bettors. Despite not being the betting favorite, Donald Trump accounted for 61% of bets placed on the 2016 US Election.

Another famous example of this political betting trend comes from across the pond. Online sportsbooks didn't see any chance the UK would actually leave the European Union a few years back. However, 73% of online bettors wagered that Brexit would go ahead, again they called this one correctly.

Again focusing on the UK, Boris Johnson being installed as the new Prime Minister was a example of not only online bettors predicting another political event, but also one the bookmakers called correctly. Boris Johnson was made the betting favorite as soon as Theresa May walked away from the position, and online bettors were quick to wager on Boris. Johnson accounted for 39% of bets in the next Prime Minister market, considerably more than any other candidate.

Finally, a more recent example. Kamala Harris was the long-time favorite to be named as Joe Biden's running mate. Just over 30% of all bets placed in the Democratic VP betting market were on Harris, someway ahead of the second most wagered candidate, Susan Rice who accounted for 12% of bets.

Read how bookmakers think Joe Biden has a 66.7% of winning the first debate

Are online betting markets reliable and a good source to use?
Online sports betting is legal in various states in the United States, however, unfortunately, you can’t legally bet politics. Our data is based on UK betting trends. Even though it’s the US election, it will be one of the biggest betting events not only in the UK but globally. Millions of users will be coming to OddsChecker to find out the odds ahead of the US election in the coming weeks. OddsChecker is regularly used by global publications, including BBC News, Fox News, Washington Examiner plus many more.

https://www.oddschecker.com/us/insight/specials/politics/20200923-us-presidential-election-2020-odds-80pp-of-money-wagered-is-on-donald-trump-winning
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goldberg
 
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Tue 22 Sep, 2020 10:33 pm
@coldjoint,
Let's face it, Fox News and its talking heads are also supine on some issues that only expose Trump's failings. Sadly speaking, the Times and the Post simply follow suit, doing their bit to cover the issues that will redound to Biden's credit while slurring over Biden's own frailties. Accordingly, the so-called fair election is just an oxymoron.

At the same time, at the heart of the issue is not who would like to stick up for BLM and decry police brutality. What America needs now is a president willing to protect every American citizen regardless of color and social status, whilst going up against all the foreign foes trying to cut America's international clout down to size. Which is to say it may not be bad to have a hardliner to be the president when the chips are down. America doesn't have other choices if it still strives to be the world leader:either you face down your foes and fight off their abominable efforts to let our world elapse into a decadent, hidebound one described by George Orwell in his novels; or you just pander to the ravages of totalitarian ruling and even collude with the abettors keen on subverting the rules-based order.

Biden, flanked by his black advisers, seems to be a pussycat in this context. And it's worrisome that Biden may be temped to pay heed to race issues and get bogged down with personal grudges or partisan struggles if the progressive wing of his party seizes power.

It's no use doing down the Republican Party when the American people cry out for national solidarity.
Builder
 
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Wed 23 Sep, 2020 02:21 am
@goldberg,
Quote:
It's no use doing down the Republican Party when the American people cry out for national solidarity.


Which group of people are actually calling for national solidarity? All I'm seeing is the exact opposite.
Region Philbis
 
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Wed 23 Sep, 2020 07:30 am

Cindy McCain Endorses Joe Biden

McCain, the widow of Senator John McCain of Arizona, formally endorsed Biden for president
on Tuesday, praising the “character and integrity” of her late husband’s longtime friend and
colleague while voicing her unease with Trump.

“The most important thing that moved me a great deal was talking about troops’ being ‘losers,’”
Ms. McCain said, referring to an article in The Atlantic. “You know we have children in the
military, as did the Bidens.”

She added, “I want my president to have my back, and I don’t believe that’s the case right now...”
farmerman
 
  2  
Wed 23 Sep, 2020 08:40 am
@Region Philbis,
that's a fact. The present "president" wants us to have HIS back without any reciprocity.
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Region Philbis
 
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Wed 23 Sep, 2020 09:47 am

Republican Inquiry Finds No Evidence of Wrongdoing by Bidens

An election-year investigation by Senate Republicans into corruption allegations against
Joe Biden, the Democratic presidential nominee, and his son, Hunter, involving Ukraine
found no evidence of improper influence or wrongdoing by the former vice president,
bringing to a close a highly politicized inquiry its leaders had hoped would tarnish Trump’s
rival...


chuckle chuckle...
coldjoint
 
  1  
Wed 23 Sep, 2020 10:43 am
@Region Philbis,

Everyone saw the video. It means they found no evidence that is worth pursuing. That makes it like the Mueller investigation everyone still thinks has merit. Doesn't it? Apparently neither is worth anyone's time, now tell Schiff.
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coldjoint
 
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Wed 23 Sep, 2020 10:54 am
Quote:
Coronavirus deaths 75% lower in nations using hydroxychloroquine!

Those deaths would be on our media and corrupt doctors playing spoiler for Democrats and the Deep State. People died because they had to to stop Trump from getting any credit for recognizing this life saving drug.

Hope they are proud of themselves for eroding the trust of the American people even more than it has been. Take 75% out out of 200,000. That leaves 50,000.


Quote:
Flawed and even falsified studies were published and promoted by media outlets eager to discredit Trump, while positive studies were impugned or ignored.
HCQ is commonly prescribed for at least 25 indications in addition to malaria.
The drug's prolongation of the QT interval is in the mid-range of 30 commonly used drugs.
Hundreds of drugs have been approved without randomized controlled trials, including the tetanus vaccine, insulin, tetracycline, warfarin, heparin, prednisone, Keflex and high-dose penicillin for neurosyphilis.
Only 8.5% of the American Heart Association's guidelines are supported by randomized controlled trials.

https://www.wnd.com/2020/09/coronavirus-deaths-75-lower-nations-using-hydroxychloroquine/?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium&utm_content=2020-09-22
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Walter Hinteler
 
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Wed 23 Sep, 2020 11:01 am
There is a lot of discussion - also and especially here - about the actual or alleged influence of foreign countries in the elections.

But there is also the opposite influence: namely the influence of the USA in foreign countries.

Pete Hoekstra, one of Trump’s most outspoken allies, hosted a fundraising event at The Hague for the far-right Forum voor Democratie earlier this month.

This could be dismissed as "who cares", if not, yes if not Pete Hoekstra was the U.S. ambassador to the Netherlands and the fundraising event was at the American embassy at John Adams Park in Wassenaar, Den Haag.

A report by the Dutch weekly magazine De Groene Amsterdammer ("A gift from Washington", in Dutch) reports about a guest list of around 30 to 40 "party leaders supplemented by wealthy entrepreneurs" and hosted by Hoekstra.
Guests reportedly received an email stating they can join the embassy "at the invitation of Forum for Democracy and Pete Hoekstra" and any further questions can be sent to Joyce Vastenhouw, the political party's head of fundraising.

The Dutch government and Dutch parties are now demanding to know why and how Hoekstra was involved.
Many think that it was in violation of the Vienna Convention.

The embassy, however, has denied suggestions that the night amounted to a fundraiser event for the party, describing it as a "town hall" with a question and answer session hosted by Hoekstra.
But one entrepreneur who was in attendance told De Groene it was "certainly not a town hall meeting... it was more of an informal kick-off for
the election campaign."
Walter Hinteler
 
  0  
Wed 23 Sep, 2020 11:10 am
@Walter Hinteler,
The State Department is discussing with US Ambassador Pete Hoekstra the meeting of the Forum for Democracy held at the US Embassy. There should be no fundraising," said Secretary of State Sigrid Kaag for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation.
"US Ambassador to explain party meeting Forum" (in Dutch)
The State Department is discussing with US Ambassador Pete Hoekstra the meeting of the Forum for Democracy held at the US Embassy. There should be no fundraising," said Secretary of State Sigrid Kaag from the Foreign Trade and Development Ministry.
coldjoint
 
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Wed 23 Sep, 2020 11:42 am
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MontereyJack
 
  1  
Wed 23 Sep, 2020 11:52 am
@coldjoint,
REMEMBER MERRICK GARLAND AND GOP BLATANT HYPOCRISY+
coldjoint
 
  2  
Wed 23 Sep, 2020 12:06 pm
@MontereyJack,
MontereyJack wrote:

REMEMBER MERRICK GARLAND AND GOP BLATANT HYPOCRISY+

Remember the Senate was Republican. No hypocrisy, just politics. Get ready for a new Conservative justice.
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coldjoint
 
  0  
Wed 23 Sep, 2020 12:18 pm
Quote:
Fauci’s push to delay hydroxychloroquine treatment made COVID worse

Do no harm, my ass.
Quote:
It's about time this idol topples, based on Fauci's startlingly bad medicine and bad medical policy on COVID.
The "Fauci Strategy" was to keep early infected patients quarantined at home without treatment until they developed a shortness of breath and had to be admitted to a hospital. Then they would they [sic] be given hydroxychloroquine. The Food and Drug Administration cluelessly agreed to this doctrine and it stated in its hydroxychloroquine Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) that "hospitalized patients were likely to have a greater prospect of benefit (compared to ambulatory patients with mild illness)."

In reality just the opposite was true. This was a tragic mistake by Fauci and FDA Commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn and it was a mistake that would cost the lives of thousands of Americans in the days to come.

Stop blaming Trump and blame this politicized death sentence for so many Americans.
https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/faucis-push-to-delay-hydroxychloroquine-treatment-made-covid-worse
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