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I wonder if we've finally got a "satellite killer" to checkmate Russia's

alleged "satellite killers."

That is, if there really is such a thing.



July 2020

Russia has unleashed a satellite killer: US officials

https://asiatimes.com/2020/07/russia-has-unleashed-a-satellite-killer-us-officials-say/

Agreed.

Just watched this interview with Mary Trump. In addition to his physical woes, mental illness and cognitive decline, she points out that his fragile ego will never allow him to put himself in a position of losing ever again. She believes her uncle is experiencing humiliation, helplessness and rage unlike anything he's ever had to face before, and there's no one to rescue him, and that he'll never want to even risk experiencing these feelings again.

https://www.democraticunderground.com/100214544224

And look at this thread about the firing of a cybersecurity specialist in DHS

and some of the comments, trying to determine the implications of the firing:

https://www.democraticunderground.com/100214539672

I don't know who gives a shit either. Malaise, it's like you said yesterday:

Paraphrasing: how dare he even have had the temerity to run for a second term after killing a quarter of a million Americans.

I can't even get past that. That was one of the truest things I've read all year.

It's an insult to every American that he even ran for re-election.

Now we're getting somewhere.

After reading Michael Cohen's book, my contempt for Lewandowski rose my orders of magnitude. I don't know if he's still the raging drunk he was in 2016/17, but if he is, that doesn't bode well, since addictions like that are a risk factor for serious complications.

Well done.

Steve Schmidt said something about this. He said there are only two ways to deal with an enemy hell bent on your destruction, using WW2 as an analogy:

1. Attrition (European theater)
2. Complete dominance (Pacific theater)

I've jokingly referred to Denazification after WW2, but in truth it didn't work all that well.

Putin does seem a little agitated lately:

Rumors in September that he might resign office.
Decision to resign "due to Parkinson's Disease" the day after the election, his resignation to occur around the exact same time Biden assumes office.
Sputnik V vaccine might be a failure.
This morning: "Putin is building a bomb shelter."

Chris Hayes? He's been on this topic like flies on shit.

Same for Rachel Maddow and Katy Tur and a boatload of CNN's people: Brianna Keilar, Brooke Baldwin, Erin Burnett, Anderson Cooper, Chris Cuomo. Some of them have burst into tears on air while discussing this topic.

We should give kudos to these people.

Last night on CNN

one of the anchors and a guest were laughing over the awkwardness of Mike Pompeo about to meet with a bunch of his counterparts in countries that have already recognized Biden as the new president of the USA.

He's been inscrutable, masterful.

I can't wait to read the behind-the-scenes books about his campaign and, specifically, this period we are experiencing right now.
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