Trump Gives Oregon Two Days To Clear Out Imaginary 'Beehive Of Terrorists', Or It Gets The Hose Again

In the last 25 years, anti-fascists have been linked to exactly zero murders.

In the last 25 years, 329 people have been killed in acts of rightwing violence.

So for those keeping score at home, the current tally is 0-329, with 329 representing 329 more murders than zero.

Just to be clear.

Yesterday, 云帆ⅴpn官网 Donald Trump announced that the withdrawal of federal troops from the city of Portland that had been negotiated between Governor Kate Brown and Vice President Mike Pence earlier this week was merely conditional. That the city and state police had 48 hours to "clear out" what he referred to as a "beehive of terrorists." This will be difficult, as the only people in the whole entire country who have actually been arrested on charges of terrorism related to the protests are the three right-wing Boogaloo bois, all former military, who had been hoping to exploit the protests for the purpose of inciting a race war. (One of whom also allegedly exploited his stepdaughter.)

You can't "clear out" imaginary terrorists.

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Kushner's Crew Had A Coronavirus Plan, But Decided To Blame Blue State Govs Instead. LOL!

What's worse than putting Jared Kushner and his canoe of douchebros in charge of America's pandemic response? How about making a plan then scrapping it because Kush decided it would be politically advantageous to let the virus rip through blue states and then blame Democratic governors for letting their own citizens die?


For months now we've been hearing about the presidential son-in-law and his handpicked posse of MBA brahs, the "A-team of people who get shit done," as one described the group to Politico. Kush and his dude crew were so confident that they knew better than the doctors and epidemiologists and infectious disease scientists and government procurement officers that they shoved all those dorks to the side and decided to handle the nation's coronavirus response themselves.

Well, first they tossed the Obama team's pandemic response plan in the trash. Then they told the nerds to go play with their pocket protectors or whatever, and got to work on their Mighty Morphin Power Ranger Super Bigly Brain COVID-19 Response Plan.

Only they didn't know what the fuck they were doing, so they just started reaching out to their contacts and buying up lots of random stuff on the government dime. Stuff like $52 million of coronavirus tests that randomly showed up in a DHL truck at the United Arab Emirates embassy in DC. After shipping them out, the government discovered that the tests were defective, possibly because they hadn't been properly refrigerated. Oopsie! So who was responsible for the fuckup? Who greenlighted the transaction? No one knows! That's kind of the point of the Power Ranger Helmet — you can't see which dipshit kid is under the costume.

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Barack Obama delivered a perfect tribute to John Lewis yesterday at Atlanta's Ebenezer Baptist Church, where Martin Luther King Jr. was pastor in the 1960s. Obama said he was honored to speak from King's pulpit, and to remember

perhaps his finest disciple. An American whose faith was tested again and again, to produce a man of pure joy and unbreakable perseverance: John Robert Lewis.

Obama did what you'd expect in a eulogy, praising Lewis as a hero of the Civil Rights movement and longtime member of Congress. Then Obama got political, because Lewis's cause isn't simply a matter for the history books. If we want to honor John Lewis, Obama said, we need to continue the work Lewis, King, and all the other heroes of the movement started. It was a beautiful eulogy, and a call for all of us to "keep marching."

Barack Obama's full eulogy at John Lewis's funeral

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Just a couple days after the US death toll from from COVID-19 reached 150,000, Congress is holding hearings on the US coronavirus response, such as it is, featuring Dr. Anthony Fauci, CDC Director Robert R. Redfield, and Assistant HHS Secretary Adm. Brett P. Giroir, the Trump administration's top guy on testing, at least on the days when Donald Trump isn't telling him we need to reduce testing.

While all have testified to other committees previously, this will be the first time any of them have appeared before the House's Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis, chaired by Rep. Jim Clyburn (D-South Carolina).

We imagine there are quite a few questions the committee members will have for them. Like "Is there any plan at all?" "Are you fucking kidding me?" and "Does Donald Trump know the virus doesn't give two shits what you call it?"

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During the 2016 Republican primary, Donald Trump humiliated Florida Senator Marco Rubio. He called him silly names and crushed him in his own state. Like Ted Cruz, Rubio went on and on about Trump would destroy the oh-so-noble conservative cause, but they both eventually caved and endorsed Trump for president.

Rubio has spent almost four years as Trump's loyal lap dog, deflecting if not outright defending the president's worst excesses. You might ask what Rubio gained from offering Trump his certified, pre-owned spine. 飞翔加速器百度云 has a theory. See, if you've ever managed to stay awake through one of Rubio's stump speeches, you'd know he's the son of Cuban immigrants, the kind of immigrants Trump likes because they are inclined to vote for him. Rubio's a vocal critic of the regimes in Cuba and Venezuela, and he opposes what he considers Democratic policies of “appeasement in the region." He's also popular with Cuban and Venezuelan exiles and their descendants in Florida.

Trump wants to keep the “bad" immigrants and asylum seekers out of the country because as another Trump lapdog once said, he's a “xenophobic religious bigot." He also wants to win Florida again, and he considers Rubio key to that effort. This is why he wants to keep Little Marco happy.


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Nancy Pelosi Sees The GOP's Bullsh*t Coming


White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx 飞翔加速器官网地址 on CNN's "State Of The Union" this weekend, where she proved House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's lack of confidence in her is merited:

BIRX: I want to be very clear. What we are seeing today is different from March and April. It is extraordinarily widespread.

Now?! Now it's "widespread"?! Before it was, what, just a hiccup? We are all Meryl Streep right now.

Birx also told CNN:

网飞加速器安卓版下载: I'm going to do what the CDC guidelines have recommended, and certainly the director. If you have high caseload and active community spread, just like we are asking people not to go to bars, not to have household parties, not to create large spreading events, we are asking people to distance learn at this moment, so we can get this epidemic under control.

On Monday, Nancy Pelosi reiterated why she has so little confidence in Birx:

PELOSI: I don't have confidence in anyone who stands there while the president says [swallowing] Lysol is going to cure your virus. You know, it'll kill you, and you won't have the virus anymore.

And so forth.

As you know by now, Pelosi's statements and Birx's slight disagreement with Trump on school reopenings elicited this response:

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You may have noticed that #UnverifyAndyNgo is trending today on Twitter. There are myriad reasons, of course, why people are not particularly fond of Andy Ngo. For one, he's been known for some time now to share deceptively edited videos in hopes of portraying antifa as "scary," leading to some very stupid rumors about "cement milkshakes." He shared and helped shape a Quillette article that put the lives of several journalists in danger by claiming they were in cahoots with antifa because they report on antifa while also following antifa accounts on Twitter. (Indeed, the neo-Nazi group Atomwaffen developed a "kill list" of journalists mentioned in the article and several were subsequently 爱 玩 棋 牌 官 网 手 机 安 卓-爱玩棋牌官网手机安卓:1 天前 · &&#;&#;#;&#;&&#;#;&#;&#&#;;.app&#;&#;end&#;Qr_normal{float:left;}&nbs&&#;&#;#;p;&&#;#;&#; &#;&#&#;; 热轧板卷总库存降幅有所放缓,总库存仅下降8.65 ...) And in early July, the Daily Beast reported that he published several articles by non-existent people invented by a Middle Eastern propaganda campaign on his site, The Post Millennial, and then subsequently took them down without acknowledging it had ever happened.

Oh! And for months, he has been the subject of criticism for taking and repurposing footage by others on Twitter rather than producing his own. Several people on Twitter have even speculated that he uses sock puppet accounts to do this more efficiently — likely so that users cannot change their user names to things that might embarrass him.

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