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  1. https://www.cnn.com/2020/10/28/politics/woodward-kushner-coronavirus-doctors/index.html you cant make this shit up In a taped interview on April 18, Kushner told legendary journalist Bob Woodward that Trump was "getting the country back from the doctors" in what he called a "negotiated settlement." Kushner also proclaimed that the US was moving swiftly through the "panic phase" and "pain phase" of the pandemic and that the country was at the "beginning of the comeback phase." "That doesn't mean there's not still a lot of pain and there won't be pain for a while, but that basically was, we've now put out rules to get back to work," Kushner said. "Trump's now back in charge. It's not the doctors." Kushner also described for Woodward the political calculations for the President -- instead of coming up with a federal plan to tackle the virus, Trump put that responsibility on governors. In his April 18 interview, Kushner described how he believed Trump had set himself up to reap the political benefits of a successful containment of the virus while ensuring that state governors, and not the President, would be blamed for any failure to stop the spread. "The states have to own the testing," Kushner said. "The federal government should not own the testing. And the federal government should not own kind of the rules. It's got to be up to the governors, because that's the way the federalist system works."  He went on: "But the President also is very smart politically with the way he did that fight with the governors to basically say, no, no, no, no, I own the opening. Because again, the opening is going to be very popular. People want this country open. But if it opens in the wrong way, the question will be, did the governors follow the guidelines we set out or not?"
  2. tone363

    Scary USPS Situation

    Seems like someone is trying to make voting by mail look risky.
  3. LoL At Least 4 Boats Sink During ‘Trump Boat Parade’ in Texas, Officials Say No injuries were immediately reported at the event, which was taking place on Lake Travis. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/09/05/us/Texas-boat-parade-trump.html
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    More Corruption

    https://www.espn.com/espn/story/_/id/29420587/floyd-mayweather-promotion-mls-nascar-indycar-teams-approved-ppp-loans Floyd Mayweather's promotion, MLS, NASCAR and IndyCar teams among those approved for PPP loans Boxing promotions run by Floyd Mayweather, Bob Arum and Oscar De La Hoya and teams in MLS, NASCAR and IndyCar were among a cavalcade of sports organizations that navigated a federal loan program designed to help small firms cope with the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Data released Monday showed hundreds of thousands of Paycheck Protection Program recipients across a wide range of industries, and sports-related businesses were well represented. None of the four major North American sports leagues -- the NFL, NBA, NHL and MLB -- were among the businesses that applied, according to the data. Because the federal government released loan amounts in ranges, it wasn't possible to determine exact amounts. The data showed businesses that applied for and received loans, though some might not have taken the funds. Three of boxing's biggest promotion companies applied for between $350,000 and $1 million to ease the pain of the sport's extended layoff, according to the data. Mayweather Promotions, Bob Arum's Top Rank and Oscar De La Hoya's Golden Boy Promotions were approved for loans. Mayweather last year was named the highest-paid athlete of the decade by Forbes, at $915 million. At least four Major League Soccer teams tapped into the PPP program, according to the data. D.C. United and Inter Miami were approved for loans in the $1 million to $2 million range, and Orlando City and the Seattle Sounders each applied for between $2 million and $5 million. The data provided Monday showed that a bulk of both NASCAR and IndyCar teams were approved for substantial loans. It is not clear which teams accepted the funds, but the list showed numerous teams that were approved for loans. The data for NASCAR showed that championship-winning teams Roush Fenway Racing -- co-owned by billionaire John Henry -- and Richard Childress Racing were approved, as were Richard Petty Motorsports, Jimmie Johnson Racing, Kyle Busch Motorsports and Jeff Gordon Inc.
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    Virus in US

    LoL how can you test positive for something thats a hoax https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-politics/kimberly-guilfoyle-coronavirus-positive-donald-trump-jr-covid-19-a9601116.html Donald Trump Jr's girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle tests positive for coronavirus, reports say Kimberly Guilfoyle, Donald Trump Jr's girlfriend, has tested positive for coronavirus, according to reports. Ms Guilfoyle was reportedly tested in South Dakota before she was due to attend an Independence Day event at Mount Rushmore with President Donald Trump. Donald Jr reportedly tested negative. Ms Guilfoyle is not thought to have had contact with the president ahead of her test.
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    Virus in US

    Nothing to see here https://www.insider.com/chase-rice-concert-tennessee-no-masks-social-distancing-2020-6 Country singer Chase Rice held an 800-person concert in Tennessee and it appears few people wore masks or social distanced at the event Country singer Chase Rice held a huge concert in Tennessee on Saturday night, and videos shared by the musician showed little social distancing and few people wearing masks. Rice, who hit the top of the country charts in 2019 with "Eyes On You," performed at a prison-turned-museum and concert venue called Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary in Petros, about 150 miles from Nashville. Some news reports said that up to 4,000 people were in attendance at the concert, but Brian May, a spokesperson for the event space, told Insider that 954 tickets had been sold, and 809 were scanned at the venue Saturday night. "All local requirements were abided by for the recent concert, and numerous precautions were taken. We drastically reduced our maximum venue capacity of 10,000 to 4,000 maximum capacity (lower than the state's advisement of 50%) with less than 1,000 in attendance Saturday night, providing ample space in the outdoor lawn area for fans to spread out to their own comfort level," May said. "All guests were given temperature checks prior to entering the venue and free hand sanitizer was provided to everyone at entry. All vendors and staff were advised to wear masks and gloves when interacting with guests, and bandanas were available for purchase on-site."
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    Virus in US

    Nashville gonna Nashville
  8. Armed Veterans guard Wilson County War Memorial from any possible riots LEBANON, Tenn. (WKRN) – As protests against police brutality and inequality continue across the country continue, some still turn into riots. When a group of veterans in Lebanon heard their county war memorial may be a target for possible riots, they picked up their rifles and assumed position. “A show of force can be a very powerful deterrent. We’re not here to fight, unless we have to,” Veteran Keith Sikora told News 2. “I’m not here to promote violence, I’m not here against any race whatsoever. I’m for all good people and all good things in this country and preserving them,” added Veteran Joe Hester. Sikora and Hester both served in the United States Marine Corps and hold the Wilson County Veteran’s Memorial very near to their hearts. “It’s a big target because who else gave more for this country than the ones who gave their life, and if youre on the other side and you hate this country, the way they’re portraying the way they hate it, this is the best target to hit,” Sikora said. Sikora started his watch five days ago and others like Hester have joined since. https://www.wkrn.com/news/nashville-protests/group-defends-wilson-county-war-memorial-from-rioters/

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