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Steve 6th September 2020 07:12 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Captain_Swoop (Post 13214064)
Trump Retweeted

Travis Tritt
@Travistritt
Anyone who personally knew Elvis will tell you that he absolutely loved the black community and the black community loved him. It breaks my heart to see his memory tarnished this way.

Travis Tritt? No idea, but ok. Hooray for Elvis, a fine fellow I am sure. Is he a Trump supporter in ghost form?

Captain_Swoop 6th September 2020 08:03 AM

Trump Retweeted
Kevin McCarthy
@GOPLeader
Joe Biden likes to say “No miracle is coming.” But it’s not a miracle.
It’s SCIENCE.
And thankfully we have a president who believes in it and launched Operation #WarpSpeed so that America can develop a vaccine in record time.

Captain_Swoop 6th September 2020 08:04 AM

Trump Tweets

The Democrats know that they are creating havoc on Election night. This is what they want. WE WILL WIN!

The Democrats, together with the corrupt Fake News Media, have launched a massive Disinformation Campaign the likes of which has never been seen before. They will say anything, like their recent lies about me and the Military, and hope that it sticks... But #MAGA gets it!

Captain_Swoop 6th September 2020 08:16 AM

Trump Retweeted

Dan Crenshaw
@DanCrenshawTX
US House candidate, TX-2
The Governor is understating the success of his policies.
Hospitalizations are at 4,203, the lowest it’s been since June 23. Decreased by 61% since the peak in July.
Daily new cases have drastically decreased by 78% from 10,791 at its peak in July to 2,374 reported yesterday.
Quote Tweet

Greg Abbott
@GregAbbott_TX
I said last month that Texas wouldn’t have anymore lockdowns—despite demands from mayors & county judges insisting on lockdowns.
Since my last orders in July, Covid numbers have declined—most importantly hospitalizations.
I hope to provide updates next week about next steps. twitter.com/texasT_20/stat…

Lurch 6th September 2020 08:25 AM

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Originally Posted by cullennz (Post 13214011)
No. Because I just don't vote for sexist or racist people.

And both Trump and Biden have shown both traits.

Again no. We have had presidents who would be lucky to tie their own shoe laces (Bush jnr eg) and ones that it would be pushing it they know who they are in the last year's in office (Reagan eg). The world didn't end.

Most people don't, but they will probably vote him in again. Which while slightly irritating in a "wtf?" Kind of way. I have to admit would be amusing personally, given the catastrophic meltdown I would get to watch on here and other media outlets.

Do at least some Drumpf voters and supporters want to see the world burn? The evidence would seem to be right before our eyes.

chrispy 6th September 2020 09:38 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lurch (Post 13214322)
Do at least some Drumpf voters and supporters want to see the world burn? The evidence would seem to be right before our eyes.

I think that has been suitably demonstrated.

Captain_Swoop 6th September 2020 09:48 AM

Trump Tweets

Big Ten Football is looking really good, but may lose Michigan, Illinois, and Maryland because of those Governors’ ridiculous lack of interest or political support. They will play without them?

slyjoe 6th September 2020 09:50 AM

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Originally Posted by Captain_Swoop (Post 13214411)
Trump Tweets

Big Ten Football is looking really good, but may lose Michigan, Illinois, and Maryland because of those Governors’ ridiculous lack of interest or political support. They will play without them?

Wonder why he didn't mention Ohio State. Republican governor?

Safe-Keeper 6th September 2020 09:51 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lurch (Post 13214322)
Do at least some Drumpf voters and supporters want to see the world burn?

Evidently. Or they have given up on Trump and rather than admitting they were wrong, they've resorted to trolling the forums to get some last triggering done before it's curtains.

Craig4 6th September 2020 10:09 AM

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Originally Posted by newyorkguy (Post 13214180)
Boat parade in Texas for trump.


Boat owners were encouraged to participate, displaying as many trump flags on their boats as possible.

There's only one suitable response to this.

Steve 6th September 2020 10:11 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Captain_Swoop (Post 13214411)
Trump Tweets

Big Ten Football is looking really good, but may lose Michigan, Illinois, and Maryland because of those Governors’ ridiculous lack of interest or political support. They will play without them?

Quote:

Originally Posted by slyjoe (Post 13214414)
Wonder why he didn't mention Ohio State. Republican governor?

Why is he obsessed with Big 10? Never tweets about other conferences.

TheSupermeerkat 6th September 2020 10:21 AM

He's been stealing art from US embassy in Paris.

https://m.dailykos.com/stories/2020/...allen-soldiers

Captain_Swoop 6th September 2020 10:41 AM

"help us, we're sinking"
"RINO, that's socialism"

Squeegee Beckenheim 6th September 2020 10:41 AM

Osama bin Laden's niece is endorsing Trump for president

Captain_Swoop 6th September 2020 10:43 AM

The Daily Beast:

While strolling around the lavish ambassador’s residence in Paris, he reportedly took a fancy to a number of pieces of artwork, including a bust of Benjamin Franklin and some Greek mythical figurines.
So he ordered them removed from the residence and packed into Air Force One and brought to the White House, according to Bloomberg.
White House spokesman Judd Deere confirmed the poaching, telling Bloomberg, “The president brought these beautiful, historical pieces, which belong to the American people, back to the United States to be prominently displayed in the People’s House.” The ambassador, Jamie McCourt, was surprised but didn’t interfere after Trump reportedly told him they would get their art back “in about six years.”

Steve 6th September 2020 10:44 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Squeegee Beckenheim (Post 13214461)

Right wing America will love that!

Gulliver Foyle 6th September 2020 10:49 AM

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Originally Posted by shemp (Post 13213745)

Well all the grifting money has to come from somewhere. Dumbo got lucky last time out in that all the networks were willing to give him free airtime and pretend that he wasn't a sociopathic madman.

This time, there's proper news out there with Covid and most people finally realising that cops murdering black people is not a good thing, so he's not getting the traction. And what coverage he's getting (outside OANN) is either people pointing out that the Covid problems are of his own making, people letting him hang by his own racism or carcrash interviews even his Faux news lackeys aren't willing to cover up.

quadraginta 6th September 2020 10:50 AM

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Originally Posted by alfaniner (Post 13213153)
Quote:

Originally Posted by Segnosaur (Post 13213116)
What does she know? She just got coffee and was fired because she was bad at her job and was part of the deep state.

Plus she is a woman and probably on her period.

And nasty. Don't forget nasty.


That's just a given. It's one of the basic tenets of the universe.

Woman + unflattering comment about Trump = Nasty.

quadraginta 6th September 2020 10:52 AM

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Originally Posted by Steve (Post 13214434)
Why is he obsessed with Big 10? Never tweets about other conferences.


Probably the only one he can remember the name of.

I don't think he's much of a sports fan.

Gulliver Foyle 6th September 2020 10:59 AM

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Originally Posted by SezMe (Post 13213768)
Ya gotta be desperate to brag about 36% approval rating with a specific demographic.

Especially when the brag is actually a lie. Trump is polling at the same levels with Hispanics and Latinxs that he did in 2016, one very wide outlier notwithstanding. If you're going to lie, at least try to make your side look good.

zooterkin 6th September 2020 11:23 AM

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Originally Posted by Lurch (Post 13214322)
Do at least some Drumpf voters and supporters want to see the world burn? The evidence would seem to be right before our eyes.

Some of the more extreme Evangelical Christians probably do.

Babbylonian 6th September 2020 11:26 AM

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Originally Posted by Steve (Post 13214434)
Why is he obsessed with Big 10? Never tweets about other conferences.

He’s derided the Pac-12 before for postponing their football season. Unfortunately, they’re looking at ways to start play before the spring, too. Our nation's universities are run by greedy scum.

Captain_Swoop 6th September 2020 11:47 AM

Trump Retweeted

Congratulations to the U.S. Marshals on a job well done in Portland. LAW & ORDER!

Aridas 6th September 2020 11:48 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lurch (Post 13214322)
Do at least some Drumpf voters and supporters want to see the world burn? The evidence would seem to be right before our eyes.

Quote:

Originally Posted by chrispy (Post 13214393)
I think that has been suitably demonstrated.

I think that it's long since been demonstrated that nihilism has a very heavy influence on the Trump side. Which... honestly isn't a surprise reaction to GOP propaganda and efforts. Fear and hate takes a toll on any and everyone (though conservatives physically measurably more, at last check, given that their brains tend react notably more quickly and strongly to the stimuli) and applying a dirty bandage over festering wounds isn't solving problems, even if you can dupe people into thinking that it helps.

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Originally Posted by zooterkin (Post 13214505)
Some of the more extreme Evangelical Christians probably do.

Not just probably... and not necessarily even the ones that we would normally consider more extreme. The rapture and end of the world coming sooner means that they get to be reunited with God sooner (without dying or suffering in their calculations, generally).

Captain_Swoop 6th September 2020 12:26 PM

Trump Tweets

Lunacy!
Quote Tweet

Donald J. Trump
@realDonaldTrump
Trump Orders Purge of ‘Critical Race Theory‘ from Federal Agencies https://breitbart.com/tech/2020/09/0...eral-agencies/ via @BreitbartNews This is a sickness that cannot be allowed to continue. Please report any sightings so we can quickly extinguish!

Captain_Swoop 6th September 2020 12:27 PM

I'm confused. He shouting lunacy at his own tweet?
It's like he's seeing it for the first time.

Steve 6th September 2020 12:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Captain_Swoop (Post 13214563)
I'm confused. He shouting lunacy at his own tweet?
It's like he's seeing it for the first time.

Not as confused as Trump.

Craig4 6th September 2020 12:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Captain_Swoop (Post 13214463)
The Daily Beast:

While strolling around the lavish ambassador’s residence in Paris, he reportedly took a fancy to a number of pieces of artwork, including a bust of Benjamin Franklin and some Greek mythical figurines.
So he ordered them removed from the residence and packed into Air Force One and brought to the White House, according to Bloomberg.
White House spokesman Judd Deere confirmed the poaching, telling Bloomberg, “The president brought these beautiful, historical pieces, which belong to the American people, back to the United States to be prominently displayed in the People’s House.” The ambassador, Jamie McCourt, was surprised but didn’t interfere after Trump reportedly told him they would get their art back “in about six years.”

It seems the figurines were replicas, made in the 20th century as copies of much older works. It seems just about right that he'd be attracted to them. They're gaudy, overdone, don't match the room and childishly pretentious. The man has no taste.

https://slate.com/news-and-politics/...-replicas.html

Ladewig 6th September 2020 12:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Captain_Swoop (Post 13214463)
The Daily Beast:

While strolling around the lavish ambassador’s residence in Paris, he reportedly took a fancy to a number of pieces of artwork, including a bust of Benjamin Franklin and some Greek mythical figurines.
So he ordered them removed from the residence and packed into Air Force One and brought to the White House, according to Bloomberg.
White House spokesman Judd Deere confirmed the poaching, telling Bloomberg, “The president brought these beautiful, historical pieces, which belong to the American people, back to the United States to be prominently displayed in the People’s House.” The ambassador, Jamie McCourt, was surprised but didn’t interfere after Trump reportedly told him they would get their art back “in about six years.”


ETA
oops. I was assuming they were originals.

While I might put it in the list of top 30 gauche things DJT has done after taking office, I would not put it in the top 100 things to complain about.
Now, if he were to take them with him when he leaves, I might say top 60 things to complain about. If he sold them and pocketed the money, then maybe the top 40 things to complain about.

Although in the top 40 things to complain about, it would probably be practical to leave maybe 10 empty spaces for things that are going to come out in the next 6-18 months.


ETA
I hope to god that it later comes out that the originals were in the embassy, but the ambassador had the foresight to make and display copies when he heard DJT was coming.

Lupus 6th September 2020 12:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Aridas (Post 13214523)
I think that it's long since been demonstrated that nihilism has a very heavy influence on the Trump side.

No, not really. Nihilists are almost always atheists who are more often liberal than the average American.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Aridas (Post 13214523)
Fear and hate takes a toll on any and everyone (though conservatives physically measurably more, at last check, given that their brains tend react notably more quickly and strongly to the stimuli) and applying a dirty bandage over festering wounds isn't solving problems, even if you can dupe people into thinking that it helps.

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conservatives physically measurably more
If that's so then who is anxious about the earth being inhabitable in 30 years because of climate change?

Quote:

Originally Posted by Captain_Swoop (Post 13214561)
Trump Tweets
Trump Orders Purge of ‘Critical Race Theory‘ from Federal Agencies https://breitbart.com/tech/2020/09/0...eral-agencies/ via @BreitbartNews This is a sickness that cannot be allowed to continue. Please report any sightings so we can quickly extinguish!

That's good to hear, twitter radicals shouldn't be able to force workers to take their "all white men are evil" course.

The Great Zaganza 6th September 2020 01:04 PM

It's not Nihilism, it's Eschatology.
And it meshes perfectly with Trumpism.

Skeptic Ginger 6th September 2020 01:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Captain_Swoop (Post 13214041)
Trump Tweets

Congratulations to the U.S. Marshals on a job well done in Portland. LAW & ORDER!

Given there are 2 more pages I've yet to read, I've probably been ninja'd

Suspect in Portland killing of far-right protester 'shot dead' by US marshals

IOW they killed the guy that killed a far-right demonstrator. And Trump Tweets that. Disgusting isn't sleazy enough to describe that slime.

Ladewig 6th September 2020 01:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Aridas (Post 13214523)
I think that it's long since been demonstrated that nihilism has a very heavy influence on the Trump side. Which... honestly isn't a surprise reaction to GOP propaganda and efforts. Fear and hate takes a toll on any and everyone (though conservatives physically measurably more, at last check, given that their brains tend react notably more quickly and strongly to the stimuli) and applying a dirty bandage over festering wounds isn't solving problems, even if you can dupe people into thinking that it helps.

Perhaps I am being too cynical, but I think that should read “selling them a dirty bandage to apply over festering wounds.”
Maybe even “insist that the whole concept of festering wounds is a myth started by the Chinese.“

Quote:

Originally Posted by The Great Zaganza (Post 13214597)
It's not Nihilism, it's Eschatology.
And it meshes perfectly with Trumpism.

Exactly.
Why should we be stewards of the Earth if we and the other real Christians will be raptured in 2-25 years?

Ladewig 6th September 2020 01:15 PM

Ignore post, please.

Skeptic Ginger 6th September 2020 01:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Captain_Swoop (Post 13214065)
Trump Tweets

Nancy Pelosi said she got “set up” by the owner (a very good one) of a beauty parlor. If so, how will she do in negotiations against President Xi of China, President Putin of Russia, or Kim Jong Un of North Korea. Not so well, I suspect, but far better than Joe Hiden’ would do!

Is Pelosi running for POTUS? :rolleyes:

Oh wait, isn't that a QAnon CT?

Notice he combines his annoyance that he's been accused of really ******* up relations and negotiations with two of those leaders and of being conned by the third.

Skeptic Ginger 6th September 2020 01:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Armitage72 (Post 13214105)
Although the ad was responding to statements Trump himself made, which were later walked back because he was talking out of his ass. The ad does ignore the part where aides explained that Trump wasn't talking about an actual plan when he said “On the payroll tax, we’ll be terminating the payroll tax. After I hopefully get elected, we’ll be terminating the payroll tax.”

So you have to read past the headline? :rolleyes:

Skeptic Ginger 6th September 2020 01:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Captain_Swoop (Post 13214298)
Trump Retweeted
Kevin McCarthy
@GOPLeader
Joe Biden likes to say “No miracle is coming.” But it’s not a miracle.
It’s SCIENCE.
And thankfully we have a president who believes in it and launched Operation #WarpSpeed so that America can develop a vaccine in record time.

:crazy:

Safe-Keeper 6th September 2020 01:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Squeegee Beckenheim (Post 13214461)

Trump: "See, there's some very fine people on both sides."

Skeptic Ginger 6th September 2020 01:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheSupermeerkat (Post 13214444)
He's been stealing art from US embassy in Paris.

https://m.dailykos.com/stories/2020/...allen-soldiers

From Slate: Trump Took Art From Ambassador’s Home in Paris, But Pieces Were Fakes and Replicas
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The art was reportedly worth some $750,000 and the White House may have called them “historical” but the truth is that they were fakes and replicas. The figurines that now sit in the Oval Office are from the early 20th century by an artist who was trying to claim they were from the 16th or 17 centuries. The figurines have little value and are really “20th century fakes of wannabe 17th century sculptures,” according to an art dealer. The Franklin bust and portrait were also copies of the originals. White House officials ended up borrowing the original portrait from the National Portrait Gallery and hanging it up in the Oval Office rather than the replica Trump brought back from France.
If Trump said they belong in the People's House then you know he didn't realize they were fakes. Yep, he knows now, you can bet he made excuses.

:dl:

Gulliver Foyle 6th September 2020 01:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lupus (Post 13214590)
No, not really. Nihilists are almost always atheists who are more often liberal than the average American.

Edited by Agatha:  Edited to remove breach of rule 12

Captain_Swoop 6th September 2020 01:38 PM

Louis DeJoy is in trouble for getting employees to make donations to the GOP in return for a pay bonus.

Washington Post reported DeJoy’s decade-long scheme of getting his employees into donating to the Republican party, and then illegally reimbursing them through company bonuses.

North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein from bringing a criminal case on state charges. Stein issued this statement today:

Quote:

My statement on today’s @washingtonpost story “Louis DeJoy’s rise as GOP fundraiser was powered by contributions from co. workers who were later reimbursed, former employees say”:
It is against the law to directly or indirectly reimburse someone for a political contribution. Any credible allegations of such actions merit investigation by the appropriate state and federal authorities

Aridas 6th September 2020 02:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lupus (Post 13214590)
No, not really. Nihilists are almost always atheists who are more often liberal than the average American.

Some varieties, perhaps. I admit that I'm using the term a little loosely, though, and have no problem with agreeing to use a more accurate term, if you'd like to suggest such?

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lupus (Post 13214590)
If that's so then who is anxious about the earth being inhabitable in 30 years because of climate change?

Nice try at a gotcha. It works at a very superficial level, of course, but not really much past that on real examination. To tie this together with the previous statement, though... when, for example, big fossil fuel providers have *known* with great certainty about their role in climate change for longer than most people have been alive and much about the consequences of such, and their leadership, in libertarian fashion, decided that it's not as important as increasing profits right then - to the point that they've spent big for a long time on creating and sowing disinformation and doubt to prevent action that would reduce immediate profits, but also help make things much more sustainable, that's a problem. When that works, as it has far better on the "conservative side" of things for a number of reasons, of course there will be less alarm about a problem that isn't being recognized as real.


Quote:

Originally Posted by Lupus (Post 13214590)
That's good to hear, twitter radicals shouldn't be able to force workers to take their "all white men are evil" course.

If they actually were such, you might have a point.

Skeptic Ginger 6th September 2020 02:38 PM

Here's a link not paywalled:

Mother Jones: Report: Louis DeJoy Used Bonuses to Reimburse Employees for Donations to GOP Campaigns
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A bombshell investigation in the Washington Post is shedding new light Trump appointee Louis DeJoy’s rise to prominence as a Republican fundraiser prior to his May 2020 appointment as US Postmaster General. According to the report, DeJoy pressured employees of his former business, New Breed Logistics, to donate to GOP candidates; he then would reimburse contributions using bonuses.

At least seven New Breed employees spoke to the Post, five of whom said they were pressured by DeJoy or his aides to give to Republicans and attend fundraisers. Two others reportedly said that at DeJoy’s direction, bonus payments were “boosted” to offset the cost of the donations. Campaign finance records show his employees gave large amounts of money to candidates, including George W. Bush, Rudy Giuliani, Sen. John McCain, and former North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory, according to the investigation:
And TPM: Ex-Staffers At DeJoy’s Former Business Say He Reimbursed Them For Donations To GOPers
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Reimbursing employees for political contributions is a violation of North Carolina and federal election laws. ...

We gave him the money, and then he reciprocated by giving us big bonuses,” David Young, DeJoy’s longtime director of human resources, told the Post. “When we got our bonuses, let’s just say they were bigger, they exceeded expectations — and that covered the tax and everything else.”
That's not just some disgruntled employees.

But if you expect anyone from this over-the-top in-plain-sight corruption to actually do anything about it, you will likely be disappointed.
Quote:

North Carolina attorney general Josh Stein issued a statement following the Post’s report, which reiterated that it’s unlawful to reimburse people for making a political contributions, but declined to say whether an investigation into DeJoy’s alleged reimbursements to former employees will be launched.
DeJoy knows he can be pardoned and many many Republicans are in it neck deep themselves.


BUT AG Josh Stein is a Democrat and DeJoy can be charged under state law, no pardon, so we'll see.

Stacyhs 6th September 2020 04:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Skeptic Ginger (Post 13214699)
Here's a link not paywalled:

Mother Jones: Report: Louis DeJoy Used Bonuses to Reimburse Employees for Donations to GOP Campaigns

And TPM: Ex-Staffers At DeJoy’s Former Business Say He Reimbursed Them For Donations To GOPersThat's not just some disgruntled employees.

But if you expect anyone from this over-the-top in-plain-sight corruption to actually do anything about it, you will likely be disappointed.DeJoy knows he can be pardoned and many many Republicans are in it neck deep themselves.


BUT AG Josh Stein is a Democrat and DeJoy can be charged under state law, no pardon, so we'll see.

Donnie won't be pleased that donations were made to McCain.

Aridas 6th September 2020 04:38 PM

Hmm. Well, here's another blow to some of the GOP's attack lines.

Anita Hill vows to vote for Joe Biden and work with him on gender issues

Elsewhere... Rick Wilson comments...

Quote:

So, let me get this right:

Trump hired an Obama impersonator so he could berate him and tell him "You're fired" because he's totally normal, stable person without a roaring void of malevolent narcissism where a human soul would normally be found, yes?
Seems to be referring to this.

Oh, and...

One of the statements in a lawsuit is now that Epstein showed a 14-year-old girl To Trump, saying "This is a good one, right?" and Trump smiled and nodded.

rdaneel 6th September 2020 05:41 PM

Just saw this one from George Takei and liked it.

Overheard: Can we call the swamped Trump boat people "Proud Buoys" from now on?

Stacyhs 6th September 2020 05:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rdaneel (Post 13214869)
Just saw this one from George Takei and liked it.

Overheard: Can we call the swamped Trump boat people "Proud Buoys" from now on?

http://www.internationalskeptics.com...58280e0dc0.bmp

Bob001 6th September 2020 06:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Captain_Swoop (Post 13214636)
....
Washington Post reported DeJoy’s decade-long scheme of getting his employees into donating to the Republican party, and then illegally reimbursing them through company bonuses.
....

Link to original story:
https://www.washingtonpost.com/inves...1c4_story.html

Captain_Swoop 6th September 2020 07:54 PM

Trump retweets

Andrew Surabian
@Surabees
It says everything about how broken the media is that after @JeffreyGoldberg helped lie this nation into the Iraq War, he wasn't run out of journalism in embarrassment, but rather given promotions to continue his shoddy "journalism" unabated. Our "elites" constantly fail upwards.

Not only does @JeffreyGoldberg have low editorial standards, he's long been a propagandist for the Military Industrial Complex.
He pushed their lies to get us into the Iraq War & is pushing their easily debunked lies about Trump, b/c unlike Biden, Trump won't support their wars.

Captain_Swoop 6th September 2020 07:55 PM

Trump Retweeted
Donald Trump Jr.
@DonaldJTrumpJr
Thousands of Americans died and even more came home wounded because career politicians like Joe Biden voted to send them to Iraq!!!
Quote Tweet

Trump War Room - Text TRUMP to 88022
@TrumpWarRoom
Donald Trump in 2007 on the terrible cost of the Iraq War:
"Nobody talks about the soldiers that are coming back with no arms and no legs... The most beautiful people I've ever seen"


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