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  1. Update: https://www.cnn.com/2020/10/01/politics/hope-hicks-positive-coronavirus/index.html
  2. In this scene the actor was playing a "feral 15 year old girl" posing as a hard right wing journalist. I don't think Rudy knew she was supposed to be 15, but I haven't seen the movie yet. Rudy starts rubbing his junk apparently...
  3. “Along with this information, authorities learned that he had purchased an AR-15 in New Hampshire and travelled to a Wendy’s within 4 miles of Biden’s home. He had also written a checklist ending with “execute" and under one of his social media accounts he had posted a meme with the caption “[redacted - included in article]”
  4. "Victor Gevers, a security researcher at the GDI Foundation and chair of the Dutch Institute for Vulnerability Disclosure, which finds and reports security vulnerabilities, told TechCrunch he guessed the president’s account password and was successful on the fifth attempt. The account was not protected by two-factor authentication, granting Gevers access to the president’s account. After logging in, he emailed US-CERT, a division of Homeland Security’s cyber unit Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), to disclose the security lapse, which TechCrunch has seen. Gevers said the president’s Twitter password was changed shortly after." ..... "In a statement, Twitter spokesperson Ian Plunkett said: “We’ve seen no evidence to corroborate this claim, including from the article published in the Netherlands today. We proactively implemented account security measures for a designated group of high-profile, election-related Twitter accounts in the United States, including federal branches of government.”
  5. I've never seen a weaker "leader" in my life. Always a whiney bitch. “Excuse me, Lesley, you started with me, your first statement was ‘Are you ready for tough questions?’” the president interjects. “That’s no way to talk. No way to talk.” "From off-camera, a man can be heard saying that Mr. Pence was set to join them in five minutes. Mr. Trump objects, “Well, I think we have enough. I think we have enough of an interview here. OK? That’s enough. Let’s go. Let’s go.”
  6. Watching the Biden town hall live and recording the Trump town hall to watch later just to point and laugh. These are the events that were scheduled to replace the debates.
  7. I've always joked with friends that people over 65 shouldn't be allowed to run for office....congress at least. Now I'm seeing that Diane Feinstein is 87yrs old and I cant understand why anyone would vote for an 80+ yr olds to represent them in government? Pretty sure I wouldn't vote for anyone that old...regardless of party. This stuff would never work in corp america....once you hit 60+ your either pushed out or get the golden handshake. But we're stuck with a bunch of senior citizens and we're the ones paying the price.
  8. He’s mad that Barr and Wray won’t investigate the Bidens and Clinton/Obama. “President Trump and his advisers have repeatedly discussed whether to fire FBI Director Christopher A. Wray after Election Day — a scenario that also could imperil the tenure of Attorney General William P. Barr as the president grows increasingly frustrated that federal law enforcement has not delivered his campaign the kind of last-minute boost that the FBI provided in 2016, according to people familiar with the matter.” ”The conversations among the president and senior aides stem in part from their disappointment that Wray in particular but Barr as well have not done what Trump had hoped — indicate that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, his son Hunter Biden, or other Biden associates are under investigation, these people say. Like others, they spoke on the condition of anonymity to disclose internal discussions.”
  9. 19 women have accused Trump of sexual misconduct. Here's what their stories have in common. Allegations of women who've accused Trump of non-consensual sexual contact share many details, from forced kisses to where it took place. https://www.usatoday.com/in-depth/news/investigations/2020/10/21/trump-sexual-assault-allegations-share-similar-patterns-19-women/5279155002/
  10. Right from the start with Lincoln! https://archive.thinkprogress.org/how-abraham-lincoln-rigged-the-senate-for-republicans/ The history of the American statehood process is the history of political factions selectively admitting new states in order to bolster their own fortunes and harm those of their opponents. The American West, with its wasteland of states with two senators and approximately zero residents, was shaped by this brand of constitutional hardball. And if Democrats do not embrace it today, they risk being doomed to the political abyss. It's obvious and amazing when you think about it. Why do we have North Dakota in South Dakota? To give Republicans four more senators! After looking back, I say bring on Puerto Rico and DC statehood!
  11. A Netflix documentary. I think everyone should watch it. It's information we already know, just explained in an insider way. The most fascinating, and scary part, is its all AI driven. To the point the social media platforms, and beyond, don't truly understand it themselves. Sadly, I'm not sure this exposure makes a difference, as everyone will deny they are being manipulated by their own thoughts and beliefs. Everyone watch, and just take pause for a minute to reflect.
  12. https://www.wral.com/trump-administration-targets-diversity-hiring-by-contractors/19328286/ American companies promising to hire more Black employees in leadership roles and teach their workforce about racism are getting a message from President Donald Trump’s administration: Watch your step if you want to keep doing business with the federal government. Trump’s Labor Department is using a 55-year-old presidential order spurred by the Civil Rights Movement to scrutinize companies like Microsoft and Wells Fargo over their public commitments to diversity. Government letters sent last week warned both companies against using “discriminatory practices” to meet their goals. Microsoft has brushed off the warnings, publicly disclosing the government inquiry and defending its plan to boost Black leadership. I presented a lot of facts about why so many black people have holdings far below the average assets of Americans. Trump praises his black people. I wonder what he will tell the black pubs to say when explaining how great he is for trying to block diversity hiring.
  13. @big2033 posted this same video from another tweet in the Football forum, but I thought people over here should see it as well. I'm about tired of this shit myself.
  14. Any ideas of what the New America will be like? America was founded on freedom of individuals to decide for themselves how their government would work. The constitution is based on freedom and equality of the individual. All men are created equal. One man. One vote. This would be the basis of how we decided our leaders. Much has changed since the beginning. The vote was given to emancipated people. The vote was later given to women people. We have fought world wars and conflicts to allow people in many places to have this same freedom we hold dear in our country, one man, one vote. Many of our soldiers have died in lands they had never heard of to bring freedom and equality to other people. We even had a civil war in our own country to bring freedom to an enslaved people. One man. One vote. November 2020 we will have an election unlike any other. The sitting president and his party are planning to retain power through voter suppression. They are in office now and have cast doubt on any outcome that doesn't elect the sitting president. The apparatus to collect the votes is openly being sabotaged. It is being made easy to vote if you live here. Difficult to vote if you live there. Citizenship will not necessarily give you the right to vote. Being registered to vote will not necessarily give you the right to vote. If they are successful in re-electing the sitting president, what will the new American Government be like? Obviously if elected by these tactics, they will build in safeguards to permanently maintain power. So, what changes are on the horizon? Will laws be enacted to give more power to the courts? The President?
  15. The only one I can come up with is to report a homicide. Note, I said report after the fact. If you’re in immediate danger arm yourself with whatever weapon you have and protect yourself. "I said, 'Look, he's unarmed. He doesn't have anything. He just gets mad and he starts yelling and screaming,'" Barton told CNN affiliate KUTVabout her call to police. "He's a kid he's trying to get attention. He doesn't know how to regulate." Golda Barton said she called police for help managing her son's "mental breakdown." When police arrived, Barton said her son ran away. She told KUTV that she heard someone yell "get down on the ground" three times, followed by several gunshots. "Why didn't they tase him? Why didn't they shoot him with a rubber bullet?" Barton told the station. "He's a small child. Why don't you just tackle him? You are big police officers with massive amounts of resources." They shot a 13 year old kid with Asperger who was running away from them. Don’t call the cops if you’re in danger. I’m not being facetious. They solve 10% of property crimes and only 35% of homicides.
  16. https://truthout.org/articles/us-cops-are-treating-white-militias-as-heavily-armed-friendlies/ A video from the uprising in Kenosha, Wisconsin, shows police giving water to a group of armed white men. One officer uses his vehicle’s loudspeaker to tell them, “We appreciate you guys. We really do.” Soon thereafter, one of the group, 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse, shot three protesters, killing two. Among the many effects of the ongoing wave of protests against police violence and racial inequality, one of the most striking is the increasingly overt cooperation between the police and armed right-wing groups, surpassing anything we have seen in decades. Cops in Portland, Oregon, stood by while Proud Boys and militiamen, some brandishing guns, attacked anti-fascist protesters; when the Proud Boys retreated, the cops fired tear gas. In Albuquerque, New Mexico, after a pro-police political candidate fired into a crowd of protesters, armed militiamen with the New Mexico Civil Guard formed a protective circle around him — and then police formed a protective circle around them, and tear-gassed the protesters. Calling over the police radio, one officer described the militia as “heavily armed friendlies.” MUCH MUCH MORE IN THE ARTICLE.
  17. This bullshit is serious though. It means my school funding is gonna get held and I'll be homeschooling.

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