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Name: Mister Rea
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Does anyone here do Second Life?

Serious question. Are there any adults in the White House?


Cause I'm assuming this bullshit is just Trump spouting off random irresponsibility from his fried chicken hole. There's got to be someone in the White House actually saying, No we have to keep up increasing the test because people are dying. Right? Right?

Trump Says He Asked Administration To ‘Slow The Testing Down’ On Coronavirus

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — President Donald Trump said Saturday he’s asked his administration to slow down coronavirus testing because robust testing turns up too many cases of COVID-19.

Trump told supporters at his campaign rally that the U.S. has tested 25 million people, far more than any other country. The “bad part,” Trump said, is that widespread testing leads to logging more cases of the virus.

I'm sure the main cause of this is Hillary's emails

But just in case, also, thanks Obama too!!

Poll: Americans are the unhappiest they’ve been in 50 years

It’s been a rough year for the American psyche. Folks in the U.S. are more unhappy today than they’ve been in nearly 50 years.

This bold — yet unsurprising — conclusion comes from the COVID Response Tracking Study, conducted by NORC at the University of Chicago. It finds that just 14% of American adults say they’re very happy, down from 31% who said the same in 2018. That year, 23% said they’d often or sometimes felt isolated in recent weeks. Now, 50% say that.

The survey, conducted in late May, draws on nearly a half-century of research from the General Social Survey, which has collected data on American attitudes and behaviors at least every other year since 1972. No less than 29% of Americans have ever called themselves very happy in that survey.

What happens when rats desert a sinking ship?


They drown in the ocean


While you were out in the streets protesting racism, the anti-vaxxers have been busy

I spent my morning on Facebook arguing with the willfully ignorant about their delusions concerning

* Event 201,
* contact tracing, and
* Bill Gates's involvement in HR 6666

Personally, I love a good conspiracy theory. If you enjoy a good chuckle, you understand what parody is, and you're on Facebook, I encourage you to check out "Flat Earth Defenders Living on the Edge"

But the anti-science knuckleheads are seriously out in force now. Here are a few links I've used to discredit one of my artist friends who has fallen under the sway of the pro-death anti-vaxxer movement





And against their lie that Bill Gates negotiated a contact tracing contract with Congress six months ago, I pointed out that the bill wasn't even introduced until May 1st of 2020, 6 weeks ago


Their idiocy never sleeps. So neither can we.

We are living in Ayn Rand's Utopia

We have an executive branch run entirely by self-aggrandizing, career groping, egomaniacs dedicated to advancing their own interests above everybody else's.

This is why they loot the public treasury at every turn. This is why they sell out to large corporate interests in hopes of getting a plum consulting or board of directors gig when they leave government service. This is why the White House leaks like a sieve whenever these weasels think they can get a leg up on their colleagues.

Government by self service. It's bursocracy, government by filling the purse. Kakistocracy, government by the worst.

Bunker Boy is calling up the military.

Lord help us, I honestly thought this would wait till November.

Maybe it still will.

Can someone with legal training help me understand this 1st degree theory?

In looking at the paramedic video footage, when the sheriff dept medics show up to remove George Floyd's body from the scene of the crime, before the fire dept's paramedics show up, I'm seeing this as corroborating evidence for a murder one conviction, based on the assailant (Chauvin) and his collaborators "state of mind" at the time of Floyd's death.

Is this sound legal reasoning or am I blowing smoke?

I'm thinking that video footage demonstrates that (1) Chauvin knew already that he had killed George Floyd already, (2) that he called in a friendlier ambulance crew of sheriff deputies who also knew that George Floyd was dead and (3) that they took specific steps to camouflage this from witnesses on scene by (4) putting on the charade of a cursory "check" for pulse (under 2 seconds) all while (5) Chauvin kept on kneeling on his corpse's neck as if he was still restraining him, and (6) later had issued a bogus "died at the hospital" public statement.

Does this elevate the department itself from "a bad trainer and supervisor of cops" to criminal co-conspirators involved in the coverup of a murder?

And does the premeditation of the ambulance ruse demonstrate premeditation of the crime itself?

I've been assuming that the unauthorized restraint of pressing Chauvin's 200 lb. body onto Floyd's neck while he pleaded for his life for 8 minutes alone demonstrates premeditation.

Bunker Boy thinks your governor is a chickenshit cause he's not ordering police to open fire

Fortunately it's hard for anyone to hear him from down in that bunker
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