Democrats Celebrate 200,000 Kung Flu Grippe Deaths

If you drove past a cemetery yesterday you may have wondered why there are so many still-living people inside, and wondered what they were doing in there. Well, those people were Democrats, and they were dancing on the graves of ‘Rona victims.

The Beeb:

The US coronavirus death toll has passed 200,000, according to data from Johns Hopkins University (JHU).

More than 6.8 million people are known to have been infected in the US, more than in any other country.

The milestone comes amid an increase in cases in a number of states, including North Dakota and Utah.

President Donald Trump said on Tuesday the new death toll was a “horrible thing” and claimed China “should have stopped” the virus.

He also defended his record, claiming that had the US not taken action, “you could have two million, 2.5 or three million” dead.

JHU reported the new death toll of 200,005 on Tuesday. The university has been collecting US and global coronavirus data since the outbreak began late last year in China. The first case in the US was confirmed in January.

President Trump’s administration has been repeatedly criticised over its handling of the outbreak.

“Due to Donald Trump’s lies and incompetence in the past six months, [we] have seen one of the greatest losses of American life in history,” Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden said on Monday.

“With this crisis, a real crisis, a crisis that required serious presidential leadership, he just wasn’t up to it. He froze. He failed to act. He panicked. And America has paid the worst price of any nation in the world.”

But on the same day, Mr Trump said he and his administration had done “a phenomenal job” and gave himself an “A+” for his handling of the pandemic.

He said the US was “rounding the corner on the pandemic, with or without a vaccine”.

Instant replay:

More than 6.8 million people are known to have been infected in the US, more than in any other country.

Wow. America is third in population behind China and Inda, each of which has about four times as many people as we do. But the US has more ‘Rona victims? China is where the virus originated, yet they only report less than 5000 ‘Rona deaths? India, with her teeming masses has less than half as many Rona fatalities as we have?

I’m just spitballin’ here, but could it be that some of these numbers are not accurate?

Is it just me, or did celebrities stop getting exposed to the virus? How many famous people were killed by the ‘Rona? What happened to all the stories about overloaded emergency rooms and ventilator shortages?

Where can I find a reasonably honest and accurate comparison of US states that shows both the virus rates and the virus responses (lockdowns, etc)? I want to know what worked, and what didn’t. All I get are misleading headlines and incomplete information. If we can’y get some accurate and comprehensive data that we can work with, how do we know whether we are making progress or just spinning our wheels?

If we can’t get that info for the United States, how can we expect to assess the ‘Rona responses of the rest of the world? How are we to make accurate evaluations when social media platforms censor anything that is not in conformance with the official Democrat narratives?

I still do not know anyo0ne with whom I have some personal acquaintance with who died from the virus. But the way the Democrat party has manipulated information and politicized the ‘Rona pandemic is a new low, even for the party of slavery and Jim Crow segregation.

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223 Responses to Democrats Celebrate 200,000 Kung Flu Grippe Deaths

  1. Myiq2xu says:

    Check out Lola’s post below this one (I sorta stepped on hers)

    • Woke Lola says:

      No worries. I saw you had this post in drafts, but it hadn’t been worked on in 3 hours. Didn’t think about you setting it to post later. Sorry.

      • DeniseVB says:

        That’s why guys you get me AND Neil Diamond type open threads. They take me 10 minutes, I clear the drafts, post and keep the party going. I’m sorta the rodeo clown here, but I LURVE my fun job (probably because I never wore an Obama Mask /snork).

        Lola, I’m going to work Louisville tonight on your thread. Apologies, myiq, haven’t read yours yet, but I’m sure, soon ❤

      • Myiq2xu says:

        I fell asleep at my desk while working on this post and when I woke up I said “Oh shit, I forgot to post this” and hit post. (I sleep at my desk more than a government employee.)

        • lateblum says:

          I don’t know about that. I *was a govt employee. In fact, one of my colleagues used to schedule a nap every afternoon and printed up a sign directing her patients to my office while she napped! When I asked our mgr about this, she said to take it up with the colleague. No wonder she wanted the job of manager. She could delegate all her work.

          • Myiq2xu says:

            Mom was “Secretary to the City Manager” for 35 years. One time I asked her how many people worked at city hall.

            “About half of them,” she said.

  2. Constance says:

    That’s OK we can do two things at once!

  3. Mothy67 says:

    There are presently 43 hospitalizations in my county for covid. Three deaths today- two in long term. One in 50’s. Others 80’s and 90’s. Could have been 89 and 99.No idea which were in ltc. The 50 yr old may have.
    I have read 84% of fatalities here were in such places. What is being done to protect them? We are 6 months living under a governor/ dictator with a health secretary who removed his/her mother out as the plandemic began. I have to wear a mask to buy milk, but seems they are doing nothing to protect the extremely vulnerable. I wonder if every death in those places is attributed to kung flu.
    Wasn’t the first death in a WA nursing home?

    • Jadzia says:

      We are coming perilously close to House Arrest 2.0 here because of a skyrocketing number of cases. No corresponding skyrocket in the death toll. My next-door neighbor, the ICU doctor, still isn’t worried. I take my cues from her. But I am terrified that they are going to lock us down again because Round 1 was incredibly, and unexpectedly, bad for my mental health, which I have not previously had real problems with. Boyfriend has organized a trip to a surprise location (yes, VM, the cutie on FB) for next month and I am so hoping the government doesn’t re-institute the internal travel ban.

  4. Mothy67 says:

  5. Gram Krakka says:

    As one of my former bosses was found of saying, figures don’t lie, but liars figure.

    The broad statement of almost 7 million USA CCP Flu cases lacks context so how meaningful it it really. Hospitalizations and deaths statistics are more meaningful. That is if those numbers aren’t being manipulated for financial and political reasons. That is a big if.

    The accuracy of the Covid-19 test is dependent on many factors such as how many repeat cycles were run on the test sample in order to find evidence of the virus. Some experts state that if more than about 33 cycles are needed, then the person is not likely to be contagious. The virus can continue to shed for at least 120 days. So a person can no longer be contagious, but still test positive.

    Many positive test samples were run for 35-40 cycles. Each cycle keeps amplifying the results. Also a positive result doesn’t tell you where in the course of the infection you are, beginning, middle, end. We are flying by the seat of our pants with no real standardization of the variables inherent in such massive new testing.

    • Somebody says:

      I was going to mention the same thing Gram. I’ve read there are even some labs that spin 42 times🙄 The CDC mandates 33 spins, but most other countries are only doing 25-30. So the number of cases is questionable.

      Even if the numbers weren’t questionable, so what? 65 million people in the US had H1N1, my daughter and I had it. Thank God H1N1 wasn’t as deadly as this virus or there really would have been millions dead and the media would still worship Obama. It doesn’t matter what Trump does they’re going to criticize and blame.

      I question the death numbers, the CDC has already said only 6% actually died of covid. The others died with covid. Covid may well have been the major contributing factor for many of them, but we’ll never know. I do know hospice patients “died of covid” 🙄, my dentist knows a kid that was shot in a bad drug deal that “died of covid” (he knows the family). Orlando news reported of a motorcycle accident victim that “died of covid”.

      If someone had diabetes, was otherwise healthy, contracted covid and died, then I’d count that as a covid death. Many of these may actually be due to covid, but many may not be. We deserve to know the truth. I’d like someone to ask the CDC why they changed the longstanding standards on deaths. I know the answer, politics. We’ll figure it out ourselves somewhat we statistics for all deaths come out.

      • 1539days says:

        One of the worst statistical games belongs to the NY Slimes. About 2.7 million Americans die each year. They’re using that as a baseline and assuming that any number of deaths higher than that is due to COVID, but not reported. With riots and lockdowns going on, those deaths are probably due to murders and suicides stemming from lockdown psychosis and misery over losing your money in a manufactured recession.

        We may actually find out in 2-3 years that the death rate levels out as the people who would have died months later died this year. COVID-19 is largely the grim reaper of diseases, unlike Influenza.

      • lateblum says:

        Until there is enough outcry, Illinois, the Gov. actually, will still fight to have bragging rights for almost anything COVID19-related. The governor brags that we have the “greatest number of tests”. (He also fails to disclose he has financial interests in the companies involved in testing, contact tracing.) And when he brags about the greatest number of tests, he then assaults Illinoisans with the number of positive results. He has threatened to keep the state closed until COVID19 is eradicated. The deaths are reported daily. But they aren’t necessarily reported on the date of death. You have to look to find that info. But Gov Pritzker rails against the high numbers of deaths. Yet doesn’t acknowledge the deaths reported are from earlier in the week, month, year. Also, the deaths are attributed to covid, but Covid may not be the cause of death. In fact, sometimes it may not be present, but only suspected. He is not an honest broker.

        • lateblum says:

          And on another level of hypocrisy, he has closed all fall school sports. Yet his daughter, who is an equestrian, has been competing since March. And has travell3d to and through many different states. She and her mother have lived in FL, WI, IL, MI throughout this entire pandemic. Unlike the rest of us who have been warned to quarantine in place. The crazies in this state have not fared well in this environment of fear. Now he is railing against those who have “picked on my daughter”. When in fact, people have attacked his hypocrisy. He won’t even take responsibility for that.

    • Constance says:

      The thing is it doesn’t really matter to the individual. The person with no symptoms is going to get no real treatment, the person with flu or covid symptoms is going to get the same treatment. The testing is mostly for herd management it doesn’t really change the course of treatment. I guess when they use specific antibodies it would make a difference but not many people are sick enough to get that treatment.

  6. Gram Krakka says:

    Also USA death stats should be compared with EU and UK lumped together.

    As of 23 September 2020, 187,102 deaths have been reported in the EU/EEA and the UK:

    United Kingdom (41 825), Italy (35 738), France (31 416), Spain (30 904), Belgium (9 955), Germany (9 409), Netherlands (6 282), Sweden (5 870), Romania (4 503), Poland (2 316), Portugal (1 925), Ireland (1 792), Austria (771), Bulgaria (767), Hungary (702), Denmark (641), Czechia (531), Greece (352), Finland (341), Norway (267), Croatia (255), Slovenia (133), Luxembourg (124), Lithuania (87), Estonia (64), Slovakia (40), Latvia (36), Malta (23), Cyprus (22), Iceland (10) and Liechtenstein (1).

  7. taw46 says:

    Speaking of illness, another one that needs to retire and go home.

  8. Myiq2xu says:

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  10. taw46 says:

    PDJT is on FNC for presser.

  11. DeniseVB says:

    I caught the *Live* Cspan today between Rand Paul and Fauci, it made no sense to me either. Sigh.

    • Somebody says:

      It made sense to me. First he called out Fauci’s BS on praising NY and Cuomo, because they have the highest death rate in the world.

      Beyond that he was calling into question the entire premise of shut downs and other measures. He was comparing the infection/death curves and or deaths per million between the US and several countries.

      He referred to a couple of studies on immunity and/or herd immunity. Basically the studies have found that there is some level of inherent immunity in the population to coronaviruses from common cold and other coronaviruses. The level varies across the globe and also by age group. The younger you are the more likely you have had a recent enough coronavirus to have some T-cell immunity (school age or people with school age kids or teachers), kids get 6-8 colds a year and 20% of colds are coronaviruses here in the US. In other parts of the world that percentage is higher particularly in Asia.

      You with me so far? Studies have found this inherent T-cell immunity in 20 to 50% of the population. It varies depending on global location and also once again age. The hypothesis based on studies is that approximately 30% of the US has some inherent T-cell immunity to coronaviruses. Populations in other countries have higher levels of immunity 50% or more.

      So based on those findings he was asking Fauci if what we are seeing globally is that we are approaching herd immunity. A percentage of the population has this inherent immunity, now we’ve added millions that have recovered from covid who also have immunity, so the virus is finding less hosts and slowing down.

      Rand Paul pointed out that we have similar rates and curves as other countries. Some of which didn’t lock down, some of which locked down hard. Some countries where social distancing is impossible and hygiene near impossible. His point to Fauci was, you’re full of shit, your proposals didn’t do anything because viruses do what they do and man can’t control it.

      Fauci said he disagreed with the studies and had seen other studies that the immunity from common cold coronavirus gives no protection against covid. He also disagreed we were anywhere near approaching herd immunity or that we had any commonality to our curve and other countries or that the measures we took weren’t necessary.

      They then got into a little back and forth about Hong Kong, SK, Japan. Rand Paul said those countries have higher inherent immunity.

      Fauci said he’d love to meet privately with Dr. Paul and discuss this in depth and explain why Paul is wrong and complained that Paul keeps bringing this up.

      • taw46 says:

        I saw some of that today. Fauci got into a snit because Rand dared to question him. I am sick and tired of him and the CDC.

      • 1539days says:

        The problem with that line of questioning is that there are so many “orange man bad” narratives about COVID that Fauci uses one to debunk another because there’s no intellectual integrity in his approach.

        Number of Deaths – The numbers are big, they are higher than some projections and higher per capita than other (better) countries.
        Counter-argument – The US is honest (or even exaggerating) their number, the Americas have different immunity levels.
        Fauci – Even one death is a failure, wear the magic amulet over your face and no one will ever die.

        Herd immunity – Everyone will die before herd immunity. Dumb redneck bikers are being deployed by orange man to destroy America.
        Counter-argument – New York City has such a high infection rate they are stabilizing because they are reaching herd immunity. Instead of 60-70%, herd immunity may be reached at 50% of infections becuase T-cell immunity could be as high as 20%.
        Fauci – Herd immunity = mass murder, Better to slowly reach that 50% level over the next year so that people can die and the economy will be ruined. Wear the magic amulet over your face and no one will ever die.

        Lockdowns – Lockdowns stop the virus, or slow it down. Or something. We just need to lock people in harder.
        Counter-argument – Lockdowns can only flatten the curve, not end a pandemic. That’s why it’s a pandemic. Countries with lockdowns have spikes with new cases anyway. They ruin the economy and have little effect on infection rates
        Fauci – The government knows best. Trump should enact socialism to fix the economy. Stay in your homes until the government relocates you. Wear the magic amulet over your face and no one will ever die.

      • Jadzia says:

        I wonder what implications the school-age kid (apparent) greater immunity has for their parents? I have 4 kids in school–and the classes are bigger, but the classrooms are far smaller here, the kids are all on top of each other, even at “good” schools–so I get exposed to EVERYTHING and was sick all the time the first few years we were here. Heading into year 9? I haven’t even had a real cold in at least two years, much less a gastro or anything more serious.

        • elliesmom says:

          The first year I taught school I got everything the kids got except the lice. Teacher contracts should give new teachers extra sick days. These days it takes a lot of exposure for me to get anything.

  12. votermom says:

  13. taw46 says:

    Too funny. Someone asked Trump what he thought about Harry and Meghan speaking out on the election. This was his response:

  14. Mothy67 says:

    I hadn’t seen the aerial shot. Wow. So glad I didn’t try the bus.

  15. Angie says:


  16. taw46 says:

    This is a good thread. Questions that Biden should have to answer at the debate. Hope Trump asks him, because Chris Wallace never will. That is, if we have a debate.

    • foxyladi14 says:

      😆 I love our funny President!
      ‘In the debate it will be him and I on the stage. Is he going to walk in with a mask? Honestly, what the hell did he spend all that money on the plastic surgery if he’s going to cover it up with a mask?’

  17. lyn5 says:

    • 1539days says:

      They asked GW Bush if he would accept the results of the election if he won the popular vote but not the Electoral vote. He said yes. That bit the Democrats on the ass later.

  18. lyn5 says:

  19. helenk3 says:

    do the dems really understand that it is their actions that turn people away from them? Donald Trump has nothing to do with it

    fire cops, hire a pimp – yeah I would feel safe in Seattle.

    At my age would I feel safe in NYC, or would the governor send me to a nursing home to die of COVD

    Try and protect my home or business from rioters and looters and get arrested yeah I want to live in that city

    tell me that because I am white and breathe that I am a racist

    call me names and attack me if I choose not to vote for a dem. why the hell would I want to do so

    waste my tax money on stupid investigations on phony charges instead of protecting National Security

    I really do not see one good reason to ever vote for a dem again

  20. Myiq2xu says:

  21. Myiq2xu says:

  22. helenk3 says:

    this is not a good thing

  23. Angie says:

    Best thing you’ll see all day

    • lateblum says:

      That was wonderful to watch at the end of this miserable day! ❤️🇺🇸❤️

    • Jentx says:

      Dammit I can’t stop watching this and it makes me cry every time. Is this what the good Germans felt when they saw their country being torn apart by evil? I’m scared because it’s so obvious it’s unquestionably obvious and yet people are openly endorsing evil reveling in it to the extent did I am truly disgusted. I love this video I’m going to keep watching it even if it makes me cry and dammit we better fucking win because we’re not just fighting for the presidency we’re fighting for the soul of this country and you can’t get that back once you’ve lost it.

    • swanspirit says:

      That was great, thanks so much!

  24. Angie says:

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  27. Mothy67 says:

    Wanted to watch something on tv lighter than reading twitter. i needed a break from the pure evil incarnate that the dims have become. So I am watching Game of Thrones from the beginning.

    • Jadzia says:

      Just finished a rewatch! The current “watch with kids” show since we finished ALL THE STAR TREK is Malcolm in the Middle, which my kids like because, embarrassingly, they apparently see me in the mom character. Fargo Season 2 with the teens (for Season 3 they are on their own, I am never watching that steaming pile of dung again, although I’m really looking forward to Season 4). The Good Place with the BF, who likes “feel-good” type shows.

      • elliesmom says:

        If you’re looking for a show to watch with your teens, and you haven’t already, give “The Fosters” a look. It’s a show about a teenage girl who is placed in a foster home with lesbian parents. They have a mix of biological, adopted, and foster kids with every level of teenage angst there is. The stories are good and don’t always promote the SJW point of view. I was introduced to it by a teen who has lesbian adoptive parents. She thought the show was pretty accurate. Your kids will appreciate how “normal” your family is.

        • Jadzia says:

          I haven’t seen that one, is it on Netflix?

          • Mothy67 says:

            I am really enjoying rewatching GoT from the beginning after the shit show that the last two seasons became. Easy to see how it became a cultural phenom. I was so disappointed in the end I had forgotten how much I enjoyed it.
            The Fosters was a great show. Promising – maybe we as a culture can tell stories without preaching to the choir. Schitt’s Creek won best comedy at the Emmy’s. I found it funny in an AbFab meets Northern Exposure way. No very important episodes. No explaining everyone’s plight. Self absorbed idiots who care about each other. Those important episodes on TV always make me scratch my head. Who do they think is watching?
            I learned about a comic strip run during WWII called Mr. Bigot in college. The goal was to educate the perceived racists. It proved to introduce derogatory terms to a wider audience. It was similar to All in the Family. I can find nothing about it online.

          • Jadzia says:

            I have been wanting to check out Schitt’s Creek for a few years but alas, not available here.

          • elliesmom says:

            It was on Netflix, but they’ve dumped it. You can still see it on Amazon Prime. It aired originally on ABC.

          • Jadzia says:

            Ooh, will check it out! I do have Amazon Prime.

  28. taw46 says:

    She may be “elderly” but she is fearless. St. Pete, FL.

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  31. Anthony says:

    CANCEL CULTURE STRIKES AGAIN – Despite major advances in developing therapeutics and vaccines, my Communist mayor has decided to screw us out of celebrating New Years Eve. Commie fucks all over the country are following suit

    • Jadzia says:

      Ugh. My city has now banned, well, everything that is fun. Specifically, not just festivals and events, but anything social that might happen at a workplace (like going-away parties for colleagues), almost anything involving dancing (although all the deaths I have heard about recently involved the residents of a retirement home in my village, which is so small that we DON’T HAVE any bars with dance floors), and potlucks. Marseille, the city of the controversial epidemiologist who has been promoting HCQ, was just ordered to close all bars and restaurants. Many other cities are shutting down after 10pm (us? i don’t know, i have kids and so nightlife isn’t much of a thing for me).

      The brain trust at the university where I USED to work shut down all classes in auditoriums (which in my experience teaching there for 5 years are NEVER more than half full)–but regular classes, which routinely pack in 40 students in rooms designed for 25, are A-OK.

      The main bridge to downtown remains closed on environmental grounds, having been turned over to bicyclists, notwithstanding the fact that we are headed into the cold, rainy season that typically lasts from about now until June. Mayor is telling people to just take the bus and the tram instead. Bus and tram passengers are reporting that public transport is PACKED, no social distancing. But at least those people aren’t driving evil cars! Parking is being blocked downtown too, to make room for outside dining. During monsoon season.

      We are so SMRT.

    • taw46 says:

      The KW mayor cancelled all public events about two months ago, all events through the end of the year. Probably New Years Eve as well.

      • lateblum says:

        Yup. Chicago and Evanston and other suburbs cancelled 4th of July, NYE, and anything else that offers a modicum of enjoyment last spring. There was a private art fair thingy that took place several weeks ago in my town’s’ downtown. In order to attend it, you had to fill out a questionnaire, wear a face mask, and have your temp taken. It Was Outside. It was also only one block long and on the street with 2 major banks and several shops that had only recently been allowed to reopen. I couldn’t go to the bank without having to fill out the questionnaire and have my temp taken. On A Public Sidewalk. This was the city’s idea of entertaining and fun. smh

        • Jadzia says:

          I woke up this morning to learn that parties in private homes are now limited to 30 people. There goes Halloween. Fortunately I had planned a low-effort costume this year and haven’t spent any $. It was a HUGE bash last year. We have a lot of parties in the neighborhood, but I am the queen of the 2 American holidays, Fourth of July and Halloween. Maybe I’ll do a Thanksgiving this year if the vise hasn’t tightened further.

          • lateblum says:

            Wait until you see the guidelines the IDPH have now set on paper for Illinois residents – just in case anyone was actually planning to celebrate Thanksgiving with family and friends this year. It’s like living in District 13.

          • Jadzia says:

            Jesus, what is it? I am currently upset because I just got a “we’re closing” from the climbing gym. Which was followed by a “we’re not closing” FB post about an hour later from the same gym. I don’t know WTF is going on. Nobody seems to know.

  32. Jadzia says:

    Re: knowing people who have died. I know a bunch of people both here and in the USA who have tested positive. All but two have had the no-symptoms flavor of the Rona. The remaining two are a gerontologist and her wife, who have the “long” version. Neither are in danger, but the gerontologist is so fatigued, and she got it back in May, that she has had to take a leave from her job. I am guessing that because of her work, she may have had a heavier viral load than most–she is otherwise an extremely healthy lady, in her late 40s.

    The only person I am tangentially connected to who has died is a friend’s cousin in Morocco.

    • elliesmom says:

      I know two people whose death certificates say they died from covid. One was in the hospital being treated for an aggressive brain tumor, and the other one had a stroke while living in a nursing home. No one else in the nursing home had covid then or has had covid since. Two of my friends have other friends who are having trouble recovering from covid. Neither one is considered critical at this time, but they have been hospitalized for weeks. They appear to really have covid, but both of them have a lot of other things going on, too.

      • lateblum says:

        My dd#2 had it (twice – sort of). She was hospitalized, but not for Covid. She had a very high fever that triggered delusions and confusion. It was supposedly due to an infection. The hospital tested her upon admission as they did/do every admission. When I spoke w the MD, he said they didn’t count the covid as a new illness. But I’m guessing the state did. I am grateful she, despite her many co-morbid illnesses, had mild bouts of the virus. There were 2 residents in her nursing home who died. They were already compromised. There were many other positive cases – over 100 reported from there. That included residents as well as staff. At this time, there are no current active Covid cases. But the residents are living in a solitary confinement-like environment. They only leave their rooms for showers. Period. It is a small nursing home with fewer than 120 residents. They have recently initiated a visitor policy. I continue to visit her at her window. I’ve had a cold and don’t want to go inside there when I can see her and talk with her in private at her window. 😦

  33. taw46 says:

    Linda Sarsour makes her appearance.

  34. votermom says:

    • lateblum says:

      And Gov Pritzker called it a “travesty of justice after all we know about the“ incident.
      He is nothing if not a pos.

  35. taw46 says:

  36. Dora says:

    I used to enjoy his books when I was young, but I’m not young anymore. 🙂

    • foxyladi14 says:

      Slo Joe

    • elliesmom says:

      I was supposed to go for my physical at the doctor’s office this morning, but yesterday they called to postpone it. No reason given, but they wanted to make the new appointment for the morning after the first debate. I declined to take that time since she’s mostly just going to check my blood pressure, give me a flu shot, and do some blood work. When I said I didn’t think that would be a good representation of my good health, her receptionist laughed- laughed a lot. I have no idea which side she’s on and she didn’t ask where I stand. It was great to just be able to share a laugh about politics.

      • lateblum says:

        That’s funny! You just reminded me that I have an appointment on the same day as the first debate, with the only doctor who shares the same political beliefs as I. I think I’ll keep it. 😉

  37. DeniseVB says:

    I know some conservative talking heads can be annoying to the lefties, but Joy Reid is full out dangerous packed with misinformation to stir up the riots. MSNBC needs to draw the line……

  38. foxyladi14 says:

    WTG!!! 😆 😆

    flyoverfuji says:
    September 23, 2020 at 7:11 pm

    I know this is off topic, but there is an article in The Washington Examiner that Obama wants people to text him because he wants to know what’s on our minds. So I sent a text that said, “Trump 2020!”

  39. taw46 says:

  40. foxyladi14 says:

    WOO HOO!!! 😀
    Rasmussen: President Trump at 52 % job approval, 46 disapprove

  41. foxyladi14 says:

    Javier Manjarres
    Former Bernie Sanders supporter, Progressive, and fmr. congressional candidate @Tim_Canova
    won’t vote for Biden, supports @realDonaldTrump
    instead (Video) via @Floridianpress

    Progressive Tim Canova won’t vote for Biden, supports President Trump (Video) – The Floridian
    “There is no way I can vote for Joe Biden,” said Progressive law professor Tim Canova during an interview with The Floridian this week.
    9:02 AM · Sep 24, 2020·Twitter Web App

  42. foxyladi14 says:

    President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump pay their respects to US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg as she lies in repose in front of the Supreme Court. #RIPRBG

    — FLOTUS Report (@MELANIAJTRUMP) September 24, 2020

  43. Mothy67 says:

    Dark thought. Tin foil hattish. What if they kill off biden with covid before debate or election so they can blame Trump. I would put nothing past the demonacratic party. There can be no other explanation than if Donald wins people are going to jail. He has done nothing extreme. Reversal of RvW is not even a given. Banning gay marriage seems highly unlikely. The nightly shit shows are happening in dim cities in dim states. He has high profile diversity hires. I mean Richard Grenell. He could nominate RuPaul to SC and joy reid would still froth at the mouth.
    Little mike must be nearing 2 billion to take him down. He could do so much with that. Rebuild entire Detroit neighborhoods. Instead the piss ant is buying votes?

    • swanspirit says:

      It would not surprise me. It’s not as if they care about him, and that’s how communists/ socialists think. The group is more important than the individual, so the individual can be sacrificed for the benefit of the group. The individual has no value.

    • elliesmom says:

      People have already started voting so they can’t make a substitution at this point. Even if Biden buys the farm, the election goes on with Biden in the top slot. It’s a downside to early voting, but it’s the Democrats who have pushed and pushed for it. If a dead or disabled Biden wins the election, then the Electoral College takes over, and they can either vote for Harris to become POTUS or vote or someone else. If Biden croaks after the EC votes, but before the House certifies the election, then the election gets thrown into the House. The House doesn’t certify the election until after the new congress is seated on January 3rd. A Republican majority in the House could elect Trump.

  44. lyn5 says:

    The State Department does PR for BLM?!

    • taw46 says:

      They fund a lot of evil from what I have read the last couple of years. Goes way back, but escalated under Obama. Hope Trump can do some more cleanup there next term.

  45. Somebody says:

    FREEDOM!! My county voted to end the mask mandate last night. Effective today at noon, no more mandate. It narrowly passed by one vote, but we’ve been unmasked😁 Businesses are still free to require masks, good luck with that we’ll weigh in with our wallets!

    We are now officially back to normal, everything is open. Bars are still under a 25% bumping to 50% next week capacity inside, but we’re a beach town and most bars have huge decks with no such limitations.

    Nassau County, Florida. Amelia Island, come on down for a taste of freedom!

    • taw46 says:

      A couple of weeks ago, KW dropped the crazy of wearing a mask outside (even if you were walking down a street with no one around). Still mandatory for inside businesses. As far as I know, everything is open. The bars opened last week with 50% capacity. Schools reopened, but I think some are alternating days. As for our mask restriction, I don’t think they will ever lift that. 😩

    • Miranda says:

      Yay for you! Hopefully, NC will go to bars being allowed to open a week from tomorrow. I bet we’ll still have to mask though, sigh.

    • foxyladi14 says:

      Lucky you. ❤

    • Jadzia says:

      JEALOUS. My city is slated to be next on the list for further shutdowns. I fear that my dance class, which is one of the only things I do that makes me TRULY HAPPY, is next on the chopping block. Our soirees dansantes were banned long ago.

      • Jadzia says:

        Even though the only person I dance with is also the person I sleep with. Guess the rona can only get us when we’re standing up.

  46. Mothy67 says:

    Daily, shortly after 11, the previous days covid cases are published. Nothing yet today. Wonder how much they will hype it. Trump has had two yuuuuge rallies here over the last 3 weeks. I think they will do snything to stop him. Dims have all the power here.

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  48. Mothy67 says:

    Holy shit.

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  55. Mothy67 says:

    Parents on the local facebook thingy are losing it. Kids are crying. No one understands assignments. The teachers are confused. Pup might get her first B’s. (Yearbook and Spanish- so meh). The kids don’t distance or wear masks outside of school. I know of a casino under a convenience store where you can smoke and drink. People have speakeasy’s in basements. Do they really expect singles to sit home for 7 months. I’m the school stuff is the last thing to worry about. It is control. Enrages me that protesters get to roam free.

    • 1539days says:

      They have grades for Yearbook? I was a section editor and got nothing out of it.

      • Mothy67 says:

        As an elective in 9th. It was what fit in the schedule. It’s a waste with distance learning. It was supposed to be like Junior Achievement. Following 9th it is an extracurricular activity. It’s pretty much a waste at this point. School isva joke right now.

    • lateblum says:

      You’re absolutely right. It *is about control. I’m angry, too.

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  57. 1539days says:

    Ruth Bader Ginsberg is groundbreaking. She’s the first female justice of the Supreme Court to die.

  58. helenk3 says:

    I love this ad

  59. DeniseVB says:

    Ooops, gotcha’ !

  60. lyn5 says:

    Trump has to sue these bastards.

  61. threewickets says:

    Boy the way Glenn Miller played songs that made the hit parade. Guys like us we had it made. Those were the days. And you knew who you were then. Girls were girls and men were men? After Archie and Edith, women came and they didn’t want to be “wives” and “moms”. We are all gay Clintons now.

    • Jadzia says:

      Honestly this is half the reason I stopped dating French men. Because I’m more of a man than most of them are.

  62. helenk3 says:

    did I hear this right? Durham going after Clinton foundation, Uranium deal, E-mails?

    buy popcorn stock

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  64. elliesmom says:

    “Corona virus sounds like a beautiful place in Italy, but it’s not. It’s a China virus.”

  65. Angie says:

    Even they couldn’t dream of how frantically the MSM would white wash this for them

  66. helenk3 says:

    what do you think? should the new emblem for the democratic party be a manure spreader being pulled by a donkey? I think it fits

  67. Mothy67 says:

    No idea if this man is a Trump supporter or not.

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    Our President looked and sounded good tonight in Jacksonville.

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  73. Mothy67 says:

    What is the msm, really.
    I just remembered the Pulse nightclubs shooter sitting behind hillary at a rally a few weeks after the massacre. What are the odds? How was that not a major story? Am i not recalling correctly? Was it fake news? Is everyone taking orders from someone else. The shush about soros confused me.

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