Democrats Adopt “Big Lie” Campaign Strategy

They aren’t even pretending anymore. They used to “spin the truth.” Now they just tell bald-faced lies.

On a daily basis we see Democrats claiming that Trump is responsible for billions of deaths because he didn’t do more stuff sooner. But just a few months ago these same Democrats were claiming that Trump was doing too much too soon.

Then there is that crazy lady in Arizona who poisoned her husband with aquarium cleaner and tried to blame it on Trump. When the story came out the media accepted her claims as gospel. Her story was quickly debunked several days ago, but just yesterday they were still spreading the lie, and Twitter let them!

The Democrats are techinically correct when they say that hydroxychloroquine has not been proven to be effective against the Kung Flu Grippe. But that is because there isn’t time to do a controlled study. But according to the Democrats Trump is selling snake oil when he urges doctors to “try” hydroxychloroquine on their patients who are sick with Sirius the virus.

Some of the Blue Check-Mark Mafia are skittish about attaching their names to fake news stories. So they simply retweet someone else who has no problem spreading lies, insanity and other forms of fake news. Lord knows the Democrats have plenty of willing liars.

It’s pretty clear that the Democrats have adopted Hitler’s “Big Lie” concept as a campaign strategy.

All this was inspired by the principle—which is quite true within itself—that in the big lie there is always a certain force of credibility; because the broad masses of a nation are always more easily corrupted in the deeper strata of their emotional nature than consciously or voluntarily; and thus in the primitive simplicity of their minds they more readily fall victims to the big lie than the small lie, since they themselves often tell small lies in little matters but would be ashamed to resort to large-scale falsehoods.

It would never come into their heads to fabricate colossal untruths, and they would not believe that others could have the impudence to distort the truth so infamously. Even though the facts which prove this to be so may be brought clearly to their minds, they will still doubt and waver and will continue to think that there may be some other explanation. For the grossly impudent lie always leaves traces behind it, even after it has been nailed down, a fact which is known to all expert liars in this world and to all who conspire together in the art of lying.

— Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf, vol. I, ch. X[1]

The implications are scary. Terrifying even.

I would say that if a foreign country tried to do to us what the Democrats are doing right now, we would consider it an act of war. But it’s China’s propaganda that the Democrats keep repeating. The Democrats are allied with China against the United States.

Odds of anyone on the Left being held accountable: 0

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231 Responses to Democrats Adopt “Big Lie” Campaign Strategy

  1. Myiq2xu says:

    In one sense you can’t blame the Democrats for lying. What else have they got? Drooling Joe Biden? The other Fredo? A new impeachment inquiry? Nasty Nana?

    If it wasn’t for lies, the Democrats would have nothing.

    • jeffhas says:

      I’m thinking it’s not just lies, but coordinated lies… and probably mapped out in advance.

      What I wouldn’t give for a good old fashioned DNC hacking right now…. or a Journolist email dump.

      Is it too early for Tinfoil Tuesday?

      • Constance says:

        It could happen. Trump clearly favors the “give them enough rope to hang themselves” strategy. You have to let things incubate then pounce and destroy after they show themselves.

    • Island Girl says:

      It is truly stunning, bravo Mr.Klown.

  2. Dora says:

    I love my fellow Long Islanders.


    Social Distancing Parade In Lindenhurst Set For Next Week

    LINDENHURST, NY — Residents are planning a social distancing parade for drivers next week to help bring some joy to the community. Resident Chris Cox came up with the idea after seeing a video of teachers in another state driving around town to interact with their students from the safety of their vehicles. After seeing that, he decided he wanted do something similar for the Lindenhurst community.

    • Constance says:

      I think Progressives should be encouraged to march. It’s one of their favorite activities so they could all gather 6 feet apart and self righteously march, right down the deserted freeway. Also all Progressives should be pledging to not take chloroquine if they become ill from Corona, they could be the volunteer controls in a the magic controlled study.

  3. jeffhas says:

    So, the Dems are able to beat back Bernie by having Joe win the nomination, thus protecting the Dem apparatus Bernie would have blown up.

    THEN, knowing they have a candidate that cannot possibly win an election because he’s clearly not in full capacity and try as they might, they cannot seem to cover that up….

    THEN, the media hypes a pandemic to astronomical heights – so high, our economy has to be shut down and use the situation to beat up Trump (since they have nothing else, and the economy is Trumps strength).

    If I were a conspiracy theorist, it would be hard to ignore the ‘coincidences’….

    When you consider the Media is in full lockstep with the Dem Party, it’s really difficult to ignore there might be coordination of a larger plan…. it would be history-fucking if true…. but again, hard to ignore the coincidences.

    I’m not saying Coronavirus is not happening, just maybe hyped to take advantage of….?

    Anyone else??

    • DeniseVB says:

      Never let a crisis go to waste?

    • Constance says:

      I went to the ammo store before the grocery store. Trump should move to collapse the media cartel by mandating the choice of cable/satellite a la carte at a reduced rate. That way we could all cancel MSNBC and CNN. That would collapse their income stream and cripple the media companies.

    • Anthony says:

      Hyped for sure. There’s something else going on under the radar, I think.

      I became very curious about remarks Trump made during a taskforce presser last week. A reporter asked what he thought about the threat Iran made about surprise attacks on our remaining military bases in the ME.

      He said “I think they got some really bad information from John Kerry” The reporter asked him to explain that, snd he said “Kerry gave them bad advice. For both of them. Violation of the Logan Act. look it up” and then went to the next question.

  4. Somebody says:

    I had not seen or heard about the Nightline question. That is truly reprehensible.

    As for the HCQ+Z-Pak snake oil meme, that seems to be fading. Too many reports of success from other countries. Although, I think it will resurface soon. POTUS gave NY a bunch of doses. Media kind of shut up when St. Andrew of Albany took the “snake oil”.

    We’ve heard jack about what is happening with it in NY. We sort of know some doctors are getting it as prophylactic, thanks to the Tucker Carlson interview where the doctor let it slip. We know NY waited at least a week to 10 days to even start using it. We know Cuomo locked up all supplies in the state so doctors can’t prescribe it.

    My hunch is if NY is giving to patients they’re giving it to the most critical where it probably has a lower chance of success. A true clinical trial would be giving it to a cross section of covid-19 patients.

    I don’t trust Cuomo. I wish POTUS would send doses to a red state for clinical trials. The jury is still out, but the silence at this point is deafening as far as NY supposed trials. I say this because we should be hearing of miraculous recoveries by now. My friend went from an inch away from the vent to discharge in just over 36 hours after starting the drug combo.

  5. Myiq2xu says:

    It isn’t even 8 am and Mom is telling me to quit yelling at her television.

    I told her to quit watching ABC News.

  6. helenk3 says:

    hope this is not your house

  7. Mothy67 says:

    Up 53 cases since yesterday which was 73. One more death a man in his 80’s who had been hospitalized bringing total fatalities to 4. Needs to be pointed out that there was a drive thru checking station now closed that has upped the numbers. 87 total hospitalized since the start. No data or recovered or released.

    • Somebody says:

      There’s the rub. No data, zero on recovered or released, NONE! You all know the story of my friend, she’s still counted as hospitalized and I assure you she is not and has recovered. She was never deducted from our hospitalized count, the number only goes up, never comes down.

      For a long time she was the only hospitalized patient in our county, so it’s pretty easy to track and see the bullshit. Something that occurred to me today, are they subtracting the deaths from the totals? Because if you’re dead A) you don’t have an active case of covid-19 and B) you are no longer hospitalized.

      Another thing look at the state by state testing numbers. Compare that to the percentage of their population. Some states are testing more heavily than others. Higher testing yields more positives because you’re searching for them, but how many are asymptomatic or very mild vs truly sick people?

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        As someone trying to deal with the statistics. They are horrid. Daily cumulative crap. And most of that not even at county level u til recently. Also, they are now trying to go back and adjust numbers so all those east coasters fleeing elsewhere get dumped back on their home state. But some states are bulking because they know that they let the cat out of the bag. So blame PT.

        No info on admissions and discharges just “hospitalizations” and that is just cumulative at the state level. Not even county info. No info on actual diagnosis. Is it primary or are they already sick so is secondary and may not really be the reason for admission . Did they squire or first show symptoms in the hospital . How long are they in the hospital, how many actually need icu or ventilators. And no facility level info at all. Without this and other details all you have are numbers that look large but may actually be far more dispersed. Are people more likely to be admitted in the suburbs or city.

        data on testing for many states is still in the well here is sort if a cumulative count for the state but we are not sure it covers all testing sites or if they are all getting the same information.

        • Mt.Laurel says:

          I was thinking I should correct bulking to balking as my tablet decided on the former. maybe in this case auto type is right as it is a bit of both. They are trying to blame others while producing an great steaming bulk of caca.

  8. 1539days says:

    If you read any of the “flatten the curve” articles 3 weeks ago before Donald Trump was deemed destroyer of worlds, the point was NOT to reduce deaths, but to reduce ADMISSIONS to hospitals. The more patients that flood hospitals at one time, the more chance there is for each one to get a lower quality of care, less access to treatment and higher chance of mortality. All these lockdowns will eventually lead to the same number of critical cases, but the percentage of survivable outcomes should increase.
    This probably doesn’t stop until the population reaches herd immunity. That would mean 80% of people either “get it” or get a vaccine. The world is currently hoping to wait this out until there’s a vaccine next year and before an excessive number of people die. We have already effectively tripled the unemployment rate and put people in financial jeopardy. A martial law shut down with troops shooting citizens would destroy America and would still lead to hundreds of thousands of COVID-19 deaths. For Democrats, it is a perfect opportunity to blame the president for something essentially unstoppable.
    Oh, and the liberals were complaining about a Trump power grab over the virus just DAYS before he started announcing action by the federal government.

    • Woke Lola says:

      Accurate. The media also turned on a dime from complaining about potential power grabs to demanding he invoke the DPA immediately.

      • lateblum says:

        And they will turn on a dime again, once he invokes other restrictions. They will then cite the US Constitution And say he is now becoming a “dictator”.

  9. SHV says:

    Louisiana and NOLA getting hammered with twice the death rate of New York and 1/3 of COVID hospitalized patients requiring ventilators.

    • Constance says:

      Mardi Gras. Democrat government that was under prepared and blew public funds on ridiculous crap instead of medical supplies. But I’m sure it was all Trumps fault. Any state with an outbreak that comes after NY is going to have problems after NY burns through all “our” Federal stock piles.

  10. DandyTIger says:

    A phased back to work and re-opening the economy pretty much has to happen around end of April. We already have a lot of stuff still “at work” from food production, transportation, and food and supply stores. And of course health care among other things. But there’s no getting around 10M extra job losses, that will probably double at least before we’re opening things back up. If we don’t start phasing in things soon, it won’t really matter as we’ll head into a full great depression. And if Dems think that will help them finally defeat Trump, they are even sicker and more evil than I thought they were.

    So we’ll see how the phase back in plan will work. Certainly outdoor work with younger people is a no brainier. The real trick is to get people to feel OK about going out again if we think the curve is reduced enough to turn the world back on again.

    • Constance says:

      I think they need to pull quarantine off all people under 50 and do that in the next 2 weeks.

      Antibody test anyone who wants it but given the profound incompetence surrounding testing that we have seen so far don’t hold you breath on that. I repeat one lab tech can easily run an assay of 100 people in one work shift. My record was five 100 person assays in one day when I worked for a research support lab. I made my own reagents according to the method that was not 5 kits. It’s not that hard. Let all people with enough antibodies out.

      If there is no increased need for hospital services start letting the old people out.

      They could make a scale for people to rate themselves, 0 for under 50, no medical problems. 1 point for over 50, 1 point for asthma, 1 point for heart disease, 1point for smoker, 1 point for high blood pressure, 1 point for diabetic…. Add up your points. 0 gets out in 2 weeks. 1&2 get out 2 weeks later….. Stupid people won’t conform, that is Darwinism which is a constant.

    • jeffhas says:

      This is one of my points, so many business are up and running just fine (grocery, Home Depot’s, gas stations, auto repair, cleaners). They have all implemented some level of CDC guidelines, and customers decide whether it’s worth going in and which business make it easier to choose them.

      Knowing this, why can’t other businesses start reopening, they will almost all implement guidelines (some will be innovative to attract more customers), and customers will decide whether it is worthwhile or not.

      We have got to get back to work, or so many people who have lost their businesses and people who have lost their jobs are going to be hopeless about their lives, and that’s just as dangerous if not more dangerous then the virus. The numbers alone make it sweepingly more dangerous. 350,000 ‘infected’ (not dead) vs 10,000,000 ‘affected’ (so far – those numbers are going to double faster then the infection).

      • Mothy67 says:

        Elevators? I wonder how they could limit expose in those. Staggered starting/ending times could ease the crowding on public transportation.

        • Woke Lola says:

          That would be a good starting point, actually. All buildings without elevators approved to start back to work, only those under 50 allowed at first.

        • Constance says:

          Elevators are a reality of NYC I guess but I’m in Seattle but 10 miles away from downtown. I get in an elevator about once every 2 weeks. I hear Rachael Maddow was going off about the states who don’t have shelter in place orders being like people who piss in the communal pool. What a load of piss Madow. It’s actually like people in NYC have a communal pool, there are 500 people in it so they need to make a rule about pissing in the pool, snot and sweat are also probably a problem. People in South Dakota have a communal pool, there is one person in it, they don’t need a rule about not pissing in the pool.

        • michelina says:

          use the stairs

  11. DandyTIger says:

    Long but worth it:

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  13. Dora says:

    This is shocking!


    Pope Francis drops ‘Vicar of Christ’ title in Vatican yearbook

    April 2, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – In a surprise move, Pope Francis has dropped the historic and essential title “Vicar of Christ” from the 2020 Pontifical Yearbook, the Holy See’s annual directory, relegating the title to a footnote, calling it a “historical title.”

    While previous yearbooks listed the title “Vicar of Christ” and the name of the reigning Pope under that title, this year’s annual directory simply lists the name “Jorge Mario Bergoglio,” the name of the man who became Pope Francis in 2013. A photo of this year’s yearbook was published by Rome-based journalist Marco Tosatti.

  14. John Denney says:

    Great thread. The White House Correspondents Association works in concert with The Big Lie.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Chanel is drop dead gorgeous, intelligent, talented and respectful of the President. WHCA hates her for that. They picked on the wrong girl, she’s a fighter too 🙂

  15. elliesmom says:

    I think the call for people to start wearing face masks out in public is going to lessen the fear for a lot of people who are unwilling to leave their houses right now, and the idea of getting back to work won’t be so scary. The comfort might be misplaced, or it might be it would have been the right move all along. It’s common knowledge in my neighborhood that I sew because I’ve been the sewing teacher at the senior center. Today when I was walking Ellie, I got stopped and asked if I was making masks and could anyone help me with supplies. I haven’t been doing it because nothing I can make around the house meets medical standards, and I don’t want liability issues, but if the POTUS is telling people to wear a scarf around your face, I can do a lot better than that. The person who asked me is one of the very scared people.

    • Constance says:

      I think you are right. It’s like carrying a lucky penny or rabbits foot. But if it makes people relax it is good medicine.

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      Pollen season is just starting to hit its stride in many areas (mine started in February) and people with allergies might feel more comfortable if they cannot contain a sneeze but other see they have taken precautions. I know I have taken extra antihistamines about an hour before heading outside for a walk/to the store and when I was still going to the office . I keep tic tacs or a small bottle of water with me so I do not cough simply because my throat is dry.

  16. Mothy67 says:

    I took Bell out for a long walk. Every time someone approached I moved into a driveway. Everyone said thanks, but not one person went first. And there were several people wearing masks. I will wear in a store but not on a walk where I can easily cross the street except for main road.

  17. Mothy67 says:

    California might have an explosion in reported cases because they have a backlog of thousands. The media will interpret it as a spike when some of theses tests were done days if not weeks ago.

  18. 1539days says:

    How much does the media hate Trump? So much, that ABC is now rehabilitating George W. Bush, their punching bag from 15 years ago, in hopes of making Trump look worse to Republicans.

    • lyn says:

      Sino-U.S. media continue to cover for Obama.

    • Constance says:

      These media companies don’t have a right to be in our homes. President Trump needs to mandate the choice of cable TV a la carte. That will turn us into customers of the media cartel as opposed to now when we are sold by the Media Cartel to advertisers as product. We should be able to refuse access to our homes by parts of the media cartel we don’t want in our homes. When you rent a house or apartment your landlord can’t invite unwanted gests into your home. When you rent a cable connection the Media Cartel should not be able to invite their friends inside your home. Shut the liars down.

      • 1539days says:

        I don’t see the point to getting the government more involved in our lives. I haven’t had cable for years and Spectrum actually started offering me any 10 (standard) channels I wanted for $20 a month. You can a number of channels streamed by themselves.
        On PlutoTV, I can watch BlazeTV and Newsmax streaming for free. It’s actually Fox News that is still trying to leverage their channel for cable subscribers only. In that case, I watch clips on their app.
        Much like cable prices, Forcing a la carte on an industry that is shrinking will only lead to higher prices because the “good” cable channels charge about $5 per subscriber and the bad ones charge about 1 cent and are ad supported.

        • Constance says:

          It is a matter of principle. You rent the connection, the Media Cartel should not have a say in what comes over it. They sell subscribers as a product to advertisers, we should be customers. But the industry is in decay so it’s really only a matter of principle.

    • lyn says:

      There is so much ignorance from Democrats in that thread. Love this gal.

      Diane Piette @DianePiette1

      Now do Obama and Cuomo.

      Obama never refilled the federal stockpile during his 8 years

      Cuomo refused to purchase more than 15,000 ventilators for NY in 2015 and is now banning use of potentially life saving medicine to NYer’s unless they get it prescribed at a hospital.

  19. Somebody says:

    Well I just totally lost my cool, guess maybe I’m not handling things so well after all. Now my husband is out cutting the grass in the rain, pissed off as a hornet.

    They cut overtime, so he maxed out at lunchtime on Wednesday because he had to work last weekend and a few late days to meet deadlines. We have a list of projects he COULD and SHOULD be doing, but no, channel surfing.

    I have been doing things, he channel surfs, my daughter plays video games. Conversations consist of what’s for breakfast, lunch or dinner or the dogs need to go out. I just blew a gasket and called them both every name in the book. I told hubby I had the memo, pretend like he’s in NJ, I’m on my own, GOT IT will plan accordingly.

    He literally says you appear to be angry and not handling things well and it appears you have chosen to target me. Yep, that’s it! Caught the tater, you poor innocent soul 🙄 Thought never crossed his mind, perhaps I don’t want to wait on everyone hand and foot. My daughter btw shrugged and returned to her video games 🙄

    Now he’s out there in the rain. He’ll probably catch a cold, insist it’s covid-19 and be a complete baby, FML

    Yes I am a bitch

  20. Mothy67 says:

    a yep

  21. votermom says:

    she looks great! so glad that she’s well

    • John Denney says:

      I ate a lot of squirrel as a teen in small town Iowa. Young ones are sweet and tender; old ones are tough and gamy, so don’t bother with them. Do head shots to keep from spoiling the meat and creating bone fragments. If using a shotgun, catch just the head with the edge of the shot pattern. Easiest to clean them as soon as they’re dead. I’d leave a strip of hide between their ankles to hang the carcass on a branch to cool/freeze as I continued hunting, then collect them on my way back, cutting off the hanger hide and putting the cold carcasses into individual plastic bags, neat and clean as if you’d gotten ’em at the grocery store.
      Stewed was best, with salt, pepper, bay leaf, onions, carrots, and potatoes, thickened with flour at the end.

  22. John Denney says:

    Saw this and thought of Anthony.

    • Anthony says:

      Thanks John. Its not only in Hell’s Kitchen, its everywhere. A short while ago, I heard cherrs whistles and clapping in my neighborhood. Turns out my neighbors were cheering the workers at our local food stores snd pharmacies for beibg there for us. I’ll try to get outside at 7 and video it soon

  23. votermom says:

    HBO has one month free of SOME shows

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  27. Woke Lola says:

    Did NOT see this twist coming, y’all.

  28. Woke Lola says:

  29. taw46 says:

    • taw46 says:

      • taw46 says:

        Her first tweet has disappeared and now I can’t access her account. Has twitter removed her? This is what she said:
        She begged doctors to give her daughter the treatment, they refused. The mother has lupus so she gave her daughter her hydroxychloroquine and Z pak. Her daughter had been sick for 20 days, but after giving her the meds, she was symptom free in 4 days.

        • taw46 says:

          I can’t believe her account is gone. wtf?

          • Somebody says:

            OK guys from what I’ve read get quecertin to replace HCQ not sure the deal juatvwhat aI read the get bird zithro1 still available 500mg 1st dY 250mg for 4 days. Take zinc with it and you should be done. If you can’t find uncertain then use curcumin2 but qusrcsrtin is still available if you can’t get bird author get doxycycline for fish but need zinc too

          • Somebody says:

            Get quecertin from Amazon bird author from pet supply

          • Somebody says:

            Duck I’m drunk Quercertin, plus bird zithro which is azithromyacin or doxycycline for fish. Plus zinc

      • Constance says:

        Sue the state or whoever blocked the treatment.

    • Constance says:

      Medicine by bureaucrats. The shelter in place orders also haven’t been proven to help. Where are the double blind studies of shelter in place vs don’t shelter in place? Let’s lock up half of NY and let the other half run free and then we can analyze the data and decide if it works. I mean science right. Also the face covers, Where are the double blind studies proving they work?

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  31. DandyTIger says:

  32. Mothy67 says:

    So with all states reporting there is less than an 8% increase in the US from yesterday. Does not appear to be multiplying like the models suggested. Is it because of distancing and staying home? How are they even keeping track of recovered if people who test positive are self isolating? Are they following up with home visits? I am trusting faulci less and less. Gates was never elected to anything and he answers to no one. Have him go away.
    Today the bing page is included NY recovered..yesterday no.

    • jeffhas says:

      i want to say, “when this apocalypse collapses, the media will pay a heavy price”…. but they won’t, they will say it was all their haranguing to get people to stay home.

      …. and the only people paying will be the people who lost their jobs and business – and of course the taxpayers to the time of 2.2 Trillion (and then some)….

    • 1539days says:

      While there are mathematical models for virus propagation, a lot of what’s going on is guesswork. It’s like an equation with 10 variables and 4 of them are missing. Total number of cases is hard to track because everyone has different rules. Recoveries are even harder. Deaths per day is more quantifiable, but if someone has a dozen underlying conditions, COVID is now the “cause of death.”
      Now, my math brain tells me we are about a week behind Italy. Currently, their new case rate per day is 4% of the running total. We are at about 12%. Social distancing may not be as effective as advertised, but isolation certainly is. Remember, it can be about 2 weeks between contracting it and knowing you have it. Given that lockdown is a little over 2 weeks old, we need at least 4 weeks to catch all the people who were infected by the people who were spreading it after getting it before the lockdowns.
      If you know the story of the chained elephant, you’ll know that people will not return to normal after the quarantine is lifted, especially since outbreaks will occur afterward. I like take-out anyway, but restaurants will have trouble when dining rooms re-open. They may even have to put up partitions just to comfort the diners.

      • elliesmom says:

        I think people will return to dining out pretty quickly. Not folks who eat out occasionally, but for some people it’s the way they eat most of their meals. One of the things that this pandemic has highlighted is how different “normal” is from place to place. People who live in big houses in the burbs don’t understand why someone can’t limit their grocery shopping to once or twice a month because they’ve never lived in a 600 sq ft apartment with one cabinet and a 7 cu ft refrigerator in the corner that’s called the kitchen. I have 1800 sq ft all to myself, but I’m lucky I can get a pizza delivered on the weekends. No Door Dash for me. But our collective memory is short no matter where we live.

        • DeniseVB says:

          When OWS was squatting in lower Manhattan, it shut down several streets surrounding their occupation. It did affect several mom and pop businesses, I remember them being shut off to foot and street traffic, or people just avoided the area altogether. Nobody seemed to worry about them? Oh, it was during Obama, never mind.

          OWS was totally senseless and annoying. Still waiting for it 😉

  33. Angie says:

    • DeniseVB says:

      My TDS FB friends all bitch and moan about the daily briefings too. It’s as though they’ve suddenly became incapable of ………… changing the channel ? During Obama, I was quite adept of playing dodge ball with my remote. Problem solved. I’m sure I wasn’t missing anything, just couldn’t stand to hear him stumble speak, uh, uh, uh. Also, his pressers would take him an hour to answer 4 questions. PresTrump can rapid respond to about 45 questions in 20 minutes.

  34. taw46 says:

    This is so true, I have been watching the briefing. Trump keeps talking about this treatment and how the government has now acquired 29 million tablets (I think that is what he said) that they are distributing. How you should talk to your doctor about this treatment, how it is worth trying “what have you got to lose?”. Some jackass from CNN keeps asking him why he is pushing it. Trump says because he wants people to live, it’s worth trying instead of waiting a year for clinical trials. I hate these people.

    • lateblum says:

      It is unconscionable and yet it is also reality that there are people so warped that they want the number of deaths to increase so PDJT can be even more vilified than he is already.
      They are the children of Satan.

      • DeniseVB says:

        The media is worthless, I love that POTUS is exposing that. I pretty much avoid news now, even Fox isn’t pushing back hard enough on all the b.s. I use the Twitter filter to pick up the highlights and opinions from people I trust.

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    • lyn says:

      I wanted to see bodies stacked as high as the southern wall.

      • Anthony says:

        I’ll try and get to that tomorrow 🤣

        • michelina says:

          wow———–you don’t sound like you describe yourself———interesting how we think you look and sound after so many years of reading your responses———–

          • michelina says:

            you sound like a BIG GRUFFLY WRESTLER FOM WWE

          • Anthony says:

            Wasn’t aware that I described myself…

          • michelina says:

            you said your about 5’8″, not the 6’4″‘ your voice sounds like

          • elliesmom says:

            A friend of mine’s daughter from Illinois was doing a school project on regional accents. Her mom contacted me and asked me to do a short recording of “what Boston sounds like”. I had a lot of fun doing it, putting a voice-over of “I park my car in Harvard Yard” over a photograph of Harvard Yard, where you most definitely can’t park. The little girl was very upset because she didn’t think I sounded like Boston at all. But I assured her I was born there and grew up around 20 miles outside the city, and I sound like it in spades. I can do the “TV show and movie” Boston accent if I think about it, but it’s not how most of us talk. Since I’ve heard Anthony on internet radio, I recognized his voice. The day Helen called in, she was pure Pennsylvania, an accent near and dear to my heart. My dad spent most of his life in the Boston area, but every once in awhile, the West Virginia sneaked out. 🙂

          • Anthony says:

            Actually, I’m 5’3″, wiegh in about 135 (lately about 140 because the gyms are closed) 😐

    • DandyTIger says:

      Fantastic. And really great collection in your account!

      • Anthony says:

        Thanks Dandy. Instagram is my sanctuary. It helps me take the time to see beauty in things I would otherwise not notice.

        • michelina says:

          oh-well 3 can look like an 8 when you need glasses

          • lateblum says:

            More than true! I do the Sunday crossword puzzles with a friend. Used to be in the café, but now on the phone. I can’t tell you how often I mistake the numbers of the clues even when I wear my glasses.

          • Mothy67 says:

            How about when you need to read a cc# over the phone. I have to use my phone to take a picture of the # on the back and blow it up.

    • 1539days says:

      I thought roving gangs raped the joggers.

    • Dora says:

      Great Anthony! Thanks for sharing it with us.

    • michelina says:

      I guess its a little game my mind plays——put a face to the voice kind of thing——–I assume Anthony’s Italian——–Anthony from NY————and closer to blonde (his avatar)
      guess what nationality I am????????

      • michelina says:

        was supposed to be under ellie’smom

      • Anthony says:

        😊 My natural hair color was almost black, now mostly silver. But in the 80’s, I was platinum blonde for a couple of years so you’re kinda right about that 🤣

        • michelina says:

          yeah———-I’m pretty good remembering little things about people since I read you all for 10+ years at work every day———–couldn’t respond, it would have caused me trouble at work

    • lateblum says:

      I loved seeing Riverside again! It’s been decades since I was there. I wish my sister still lived there. But .Vermont is beautiful, too. Thank you. ❤️

  36. swanspirit says:

    I cannot believe anyone would spend a fraction of a second arguing against a treatment that has been proven to work, in an epidemic. It is worse than insanity. It’s murder.

    • michelina says:

      anything TRrump likes they hate—–he said it on one of his briefers——–how he likes the idea of the medicine and the Media will say it is not good————I LUV my President

      • Somebody says:

        Maybe POTUS should trumpet drinking liquids and using seatbelts. So all the TDS infected assholes will dehydrate or fly through their windshields. Also, suggest looking both ways before you cross the street, that’ll take care of the city dwelling TDS crowd. 😉

    • Constance says:

      Here is the big problem. Chloroquine costs 5 cents a pill so you can treat a person for maybe 50 cents total. The drug companies want a drug that costs $2000. per person. The drug companies have captured their regulatory bureaucrats but Trump is interrupting that by pushing chloroquine. The drug companies and the bureaucrats they bribe don’t want a cheap and effective treatment. The people who profit from drug company advertising, the media cartel, don’t want a cheap drug solution.

  37. votermom says:

  38. Mothy67 says:

    I got netflix for a month because of the apocalypse. I usually half watch tv while I do other things. I hate when I read a description and select only to find out it is subtitled or dubbed. I just want escapism. Why can’t they tell you in the summary. I don’t want Babbette’s Feast I want trash! No pontificating or valuable lessons. Give me bubble gum.

    • DeniseVB says:

      TCM is a good channel for that. Easy to fall asleep too 🙂 Except that one night there was a Jules Verne weirdo movie that actually gave me claustrophobia and a near panic attack. Something about a city underwater and the bad guys trying to flood it. No Escape!

  39. Mothy67 says:

  40. Myiq2xu says:

    I pity all those wives and kids who are now locked down with raging assholes

  41. John Denney says:

    A friend sent me the text of this, and I did a web search for validation and found it on many sites, one of which was reddit, but when I tried to access it there, it had been pulled by an administrator and was no longer available. Reason: pulled.

    Cliff Notes version: Communist elements of Italian government gave away the store to Communist China, getting the virus in exchange. China now controls a huge swath of formerly Italian businesses, including major banks, clothing designers, and Ferrari yachts, because Italian communist elements in control of government looked the other way and didn’t enforce the law.

    • DeniseVB says:

      I read awhile back about the China-Italy “New Silk Road” deal, so I believe it. A lot of Chinese living in Italy flying back and forth to bat soup central. Made sense why Italy got hit so hard.

  42. Myiq2xu says:

    That was the dumbest naval maneuver since Capt. Smith decided to play chicken with an iceberg.

    “It’ll move first. Full steam ahead!”

  43. michelina says:

    )MG=======they are not only BFL(big fat liars) they are INCREDIBLT STUPID, unlike any STUPIDITY I’ve seen in my life

  44. Dora says:

    • lateblum says:

      Isn’t google one of the sites that wouldn’t share info when it came to locating terrorists? Maybe I’m just confused . . . Again.

  45. Dora says:

    The next step in the plan.

  46. Dora says:

    Tomorrow night the moon will be putting on a show for us. 🙂

  47. elliesmom says:

    I’m thinking it might a good time to buy some stock. Is Orville Redenbacher publicly traded? Who makes Pop Secret?

    • DeniseVB says:

      Have to consult with Nanzi, she scooped up some hot stocks via her insider trading buddies before the sh*t hit the fan. 😉

  48. taw46 says:

    • michelina says:

      because they are BFL & incredibly STUPID

    • taw46 says:

      On MJ just now, continuing to bash Trump for talking about “unproven” medication. No mention that this drug has been around for decades. No mention that it is already used off label (lupus and RA). No mention of studies from France and others. No mention that it is being used all over the world (including in the US) to treat the virus, and by some as a prophylactic. No mention that FDA ok’d it as emergency treatment. Yep, they would rather see people die than have a chance to live. Horrible people.

    • Constance says:

      Because it is cheap and DRUG COMPPANIES want and expensive cure. MEDIA COMPANIES who profit from drug company advertising want an expensive cure.

  49. michelina says:

    sorry—-keep repeating things————but they are what they are over &over & over again—-can’t say it enough

  50. taw46 says:

  51. Mothy67 says:

    Everything from western Europe looks pretty good thus far today. It’s almost 4 0m in Berlin. It will kill the progs if everything is under control by Easter as Trump had said.

  52. DeniseVB says:

  53. elliesmom says:

    We had a wet gloomy weekend here, and I sort of got shamed into making some face masks. I got a burst of enthusiasm, and I cut out a big pile. Because it’s faster to make them on an assembly line, that’s how I started doing them. Now I have a big pile of them half-done. The sun is shining, and it’s a bit warmer today, and I’ve lost the “sewjo” for doing them. If I had made them a few at a time, I’d at least have a few completely finished. The grocery guy is coming late today. I’d like to give him a couple with his tip so I’ll probably take a few of the more manly prints to completion. The neighbors want to do something nice for our mail lady who has been so great through this. That’s how I got shamed so I should finish a couple for her. The gifting is scheduled for Wednesday. She’s off today. I asked my daughter if she wanted a few, and she told me she could make better ones on her 3-D printer so I didn’t make her any. She might be able to make better ones on her printer, but she didn’t do it so now she wants me to make her some. She has her own sewing machine so I’m thinking of making a couple of kid-sized ones for Crash and something cool for her brother, but I don’t know if I can be that bitchy over something like this. 🙂

  54. lyn says:

    Shopping during over-60 hours sucks. Produce was wiped out. I wore gloves but not a mask. Most people wore masks. At one store “Danger Zone” played over the speakers. LOL. I have one more store to hit, but it’s nice having shopping done by 8 a.m.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Have you tried ordering groceries online? It’s hit or miss too, but we won’t starve. 😀

      • lyn says:

        Yes. I ordered a case of Walker’s shortbread cookies from amazon.

        I like to do my own shopping, but Fred Meyer is the only local store that has online shopping and delivery in the parking lot. One store had the foam sanitizer at the door. Freddies didn’t.

  55. Dora says:

  56. Dora says:

    Did anyone watch ’60 Minutes’ last night? Tell me that this interview didn’t creep you out!

  57. lateblum says:

    I think I’m getting more and more sadistic a# the days go by….. I’m still laughing.

  58. Constance says:

    WOW! Neil Cavuto just said that the Trump economic team is considering a 2 year vacation from Capitol gains tax, making business lunch, dinner and drinks deductible, and putting out government bonds for a decent interest rate to get the economy moving again. That would be fabulous! I could sell my house which is way too big for me and get something more right sized.

    • lateblum says:

      Maybe my dd could buy something out your way. Right now there’s nothing she would even onside in her price range. Coming from Chicago where prices are high and moving to Seattle where prices are even HIGHER is keeping her from buying anything.

  59. Woke Lola says:

    New thread up, y’all.

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