Chicago is burning again

Discussion in 'Legal and Activism' started by IowaShooter, Jun 18, 2018.

  1. alsaqr

    alsaqr Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Yep, let's just believe that medical doctors like Dr. Fauci are making all this trash up and that the Donald was correct when he said to inject disinfectants to cure COVID-19. :p:eek:
     
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  2. Rancid

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    Prove that Trump ever said that. I do not believe you for an instant.
    As for Dr. Fauci, who knows what his agenda is. He did not make up the Virus, but he has been wrong about things as many times as he has been right. He cannot be trusted any more than Nadler and Pelosi.
     

  3. Ghost1958

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    Correction. Every thing Fauchi had opined since this began had been proven to either be incorrect or an outright lie
     
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  4. jigs-n-fixture

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    Bull pucky: Fauchi has consistently reflected the state of knowledge at the time of statement.

    This is a new species of virus. In the beginning all anybody had was the general information of other infectious coronaviruses. As the knowledge base has grown, Fauci’s reporting of the facts has changed to reflect the best knowledge available.
     
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  5. Rancid

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    Well, the best knowledge available is hard science which says that the Virus is far too small to be stopped by a stupid loose-fitting mask ... in or out. And we all know where Fauchi stands regarding masks, and he is dead wrong.
     
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  6. jigs-n-fixture

    jigs-n-fixture Well-Known Member Lifetime Supporter

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    And, yet teh countries which mandate mask usage have a 505 lower transmission rate.
     
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  7. Rancid

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    And where do you get that brilliant opinon? From those countries that do half the testing we do and therefore report half as many cases? And 505 what?
     
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  8. Ghost1958

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    Which had been consistently wrong or padded or twisted to drive a political agenda to see just how far the sheep will be herded toward the cliff before they refuse to go any further.

    No mask. No vaccine. No further.
     
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  9. Rancid

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    Compared to the coming election and the impact on the country, the virus is nothing but tiddly winks. The black vote is now solidly behind Trump, BLM and Antifa have both revolted against Biden, the Bernie camp is revolting and not supporting Biden, and Democrats are leaving the party by the droves out of disgust. The Dems are failing at killing the economy. And they failed miserably at putting Barr in his place, just making grandstanding asses of themselves instead. And if Durham indicts people before the election that will put even more nails in their coffin. The ONLY way they can win is with corrupt main-in voting, and if they do that there will be an armed civil war in this country and when THAT is over they will not only have lost, they will no longer even EXIST.
     
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  10. G66enigma

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    Might have come from some remarks made in an April 23rd press briefing about the Coronavirus Task Force. C-SPAN has the video of the press briefing here: click. (@ C-SPAN, head to "Executive" for vids from the Administration, then search for keyword = "disinfectants".)

    As you say, those exact words weren't said. And any references to disinfectants were in relation to research being done as to efficacy of various things attempted, to see how the thing responds ... to sunlight, to U.V., to bleach, to various other "disinfectant" products, to injecting things (as opposed to strictly surface controls), etc.

    Partial transcript from C-SPAN:


    Transcript Source: click.


    ^ In the above, there's no suggestion that "people should inject" anything. References were that a wide variety of aspects of efficacy of things were being explored as part of the research.

    "Just spraying it on" doesn't suggest people should spray poisonous disinfectants into their mouths or eyes. Doesn't even imply it.

    "And is there a way we can do something like that, by injection inside or almost a cleaning" doesn't suggest people should inject anything whatsoever. It's speaking to exploration of the resilience of this thing, as to what methods of attack seem to have promise ... in the research.
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    Of course, human beings being idiots, largely, and many being very anti-Admin politically motivated, things get twisted and claimed that he said this, she said that. As though any fool is supposed to blindly swallow bleach, or hand sanitizer, or spray Lysol into the eyes or mouth. (And, of course, idiots worldwide did just that, with MSNBC and CNN and others braying that "Trump said so!" Which is hogwash.)

    Even if those specific thoughts in the post are just a facetious paraphrasing of the sentiments, there still are many globally who took such remarks (as from the ^above press briefing) and other similar remarks as gospel, as though commenting on research explorations equate to suggestions for anyone. One of the silly low-water marks humans have reached in 2020, but then that shouldn't come as a surprise.
     
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  11. schnuffleupagus

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    He first said masks would be ineffective. Now he says we should all wear one, but he doesn't.
     
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    As it has been said "Gun control is a well placed shot hitting what you intend to shoot" or sometning close to that!
     
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  13. Rancid

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    "Gun Control" means "Use Both Hands" :D
     
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  14. manta

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    Will you be making the same argument if Trump wins, that it should not stand as the result was ( based on fraudulent mail-in votes )
     
  15. schnuffleupagus

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    While there are historic voter fraud cases favoring both parties, the large majority of vote fraud has been done by the lefty candidates.
     
  16. Nmwabbit

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    alas you have already accepted Socialism, as the term is defined, a long long time ago!

    this country’s production economy is already controlled by governmental overseers as well as this country’s citizens are provided by the government EBT cards, $600 extra in unemployment, “stimulus” stipend, health insurance, section 8 housing, ad nauseam!

    Remember, a rose by another name is still a rose!

    further, talk of sedition, real or hypothetically, probably isn’t the best topic on any public forum.
     
  17. alsaqr

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    Contrary to opinion, voter fraud happens infrequently. The Kansas attorney general, Kris Koback, made a career of searching out voter fraud. He ginned up support and the KS legislature passed a voter fraud bill. That KS voter id law was recently struck down by a federal appeals court:

    https://www.courthousenews.com/kansas-voter-id-law-struck-down-by-10th-circuit/

    The KS attorney generals hunt for fraudulent voters continued with a vengeance. A handful of voter fraud cases was exposed to the light of day. Koback caught the attention of president Trump who appointed him to head the US voter fraud committee.

    The search for voter fraud at the national level was an abject failure. Koback returned to KS where he lost the governors election to a Democrat.

    Fast forward a few years and Kris Koback is a candidate for the senate. He thinks a KS Republican representative should have been given a pass for voter fraud. Go figure!!!

    "The former Kansas secretary of state, who has repeatedly warned about voter fraud through his political career, suggested that the matter should have been handled instead by the State Objections Board, a panel that includes the secretary of state, attorney general and lieutenant governor."

    https://www.kansascity.com/news/politics-government/article244307297.html
     
  18. JimRau

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    Yes they do.
     
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  19. JimRau

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    He won't do it. He will sent those in LE who do not take their oath seriously and have the 'go along to get along' attitude!:(
     
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