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Guest wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 03:24
Guest wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 01:29
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To the thread: Stay on topic. If you want to discuss trans issues, we a thread for that - keep all trans discussion in the "transsexuals" thread.

ETA: Don't engage someone if you think they're trolling. Just report them and let the mods take it from there. Be patient! We've got lives and other responsibilities that extend outside of this forum just like you do.
*Biden-Harris 2020 program is off topic on this thread?

*Why homosexuals and women rights related questions are off topic but talks about economic are allowed?

*Why you deleted quotes from Biden-Harris site?

*Why some of the regs are allowed to insult, call names and harass lesbians on this thread?
X2 especially point no 2.

lesbians being harassed by TRAs is a real thing.

Women's right being diminished by TRAs is a real thing.

We can only fight for lesbians and women's rights as long it's not against democrats?
Anyone who wishes to can discuss TRAs in the "Transsexuals" thread, as I noted on under Thread Rules on page 1 of this thread
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07 Sep 2020, 01:29
RIPLEY wrote:
06 Sep 2020, 20:10
To the thread: Stay on topic. If you want to discuss trans issues, we a thread for that - keep all trans discussion in the "transsexuals" thread.

ETA: Don't engage someone if you think they're trolling. Just report them and let the mods take it from there. Be patient! We've got lives and other responsibilities that extend outside of this forum just like you do.
*Biden-Harris 2020 program is off topic on this thread?

*Why homosexuals and women rights related questions are off topic but talks about economic are allowed?

*Why you deleted quotes from Biden-Harris site?

*Why some of the regs are allowed to insult, call names and harass lesbians on this thread?
click the link below for further explanation?
viewtopic.php?p=15889#p15889

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David Axelrod
David Axelrod was a senior strategist to Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign and later a Senior Advisor to the President. Currently David is director of the University of Chicago's Institute of Politics, co-host of the Hacks On Tap podcast and CNN’s senior political analyst. Axe and Plouffe have experience getting candidates ready for Presidential Debates and take a look at what Joe Biden needs to do.


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Ep 562: Whoops! Trump Took His Mouth on the Campaign Trail
It's the worst campaign ever, and it's okay to tune it out as much as possible and focus on GOTV. More at http://ProLeftPod.com!


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Democracy Now! 2020-09-07 Monday
In a Democracy Now! special, Harvard professor Cornel West and Ben Jealous discuss Trump's record, Biden's vow to fight systemic racism, and more; Professor Angela Davis on the uprising against police brutality and racism.


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How do you know these podcast are not from dubious source, since we now have rules and all?

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RIPLEY wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 04:58
Guest wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 03:24
Guest wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 01:29


*Biden-Harris 2020 program is off topic on this thread?

*Why homosexuals and women rights related questions are off topic but talks about economic are allowed?

*Why you deleted quotes from Biden-Harris site?

*Why some of the regs are allowed to insult, call names and harass lesbians on this thread?
X2 especially point no 2.

lesbians being harassed by TRAs is a real thing.

Women's right being diminished by TRAs is a real thing.

We can only fight for lesbians and women's rights as long it's not against democrats?
Anyone who wishes to can discuss TRAs in the "Transsexuals" thread, as I noted on under Thread Rules on page 1 of this thread
Nice try to paint everyone as idiots.

People don't want talk about TRAs and the trans cult here, people wants discuss Dems destroying women sex segregated places, their tries to erase homosexuals etc. If Biden promises to allow biological males in women sports and shelters, it's means only one thing, taking away women rights. What's point of this thread if posters aren't allowed to discuss what Biden's victory would mean to women and homosexuals? So called lesbian site prohibits any discussion how Dems being in charge would continue homosexuals erasure and attacks on lesbians.

Why talks about Russia here is OK with you? You don't send Saki and her minions to one of Russian threads or European politics thread. Don't the same rules apply to everyone?

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President Trump’s most important broken promise
https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions ... story.html
Labor Day is an excellent moment to contemplate President Trump’s most important broken promise — other than the one he violates almost daily to “preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.”

I refer to his inaugural address, in which he declared: “The forgotten men and women of our country will be forgotten no longer.”
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A Wall Street Journal study published last September found that in 77 “blue-collar and manufacturing-reliant counties across the Midwest and Northeast” that swing heavily to Trump, employment “grew by 0.5% in 2017 and 0.6% in 2018, lower than the 1% job growth in the prior two years, before Mr. Trump took office.” The counties also trailed the national growth rate of 1.5 percent in 2017 and 1.3 percent in 2018.

Similarly, a New York Times study published in December found that Wisconsin, Ohio and Michigan were among the 10 lowest-ranking states in the nation for job growth during Trump’s tenure. Pennsylvania, along with closely contested Minnesota, ranked in the bottom half of states for employment expansion.

Did the pay of the forgotten men and women improve relative to CEOs? No. Again, even before the economic collapse, the relationship worsened from the worker’s perspective during the Trump years, according to a study by Lawrence Mishel and Jori Kandra for the pro-labor Economic Policy Institute (EPI).

Mishel and Kandra found that the ratio of CEO compensation to worker compensation — which was “only” 21 to 1 in 1965 — has continued to rise. The ratio was 293 to 1 in 2018. It was 320 to 1 in 2019. Happy Labor Day!

Nor has Trump helped workers trying to bargain their way toward improved wages and working conditions. On the contrary, an EPI study published last fall — appropriately titled “Unprecedented” — showed in great detail how Trump appointees on the National Labor Relations Board “systematically rolled back workers’ rights to form unions and engage in collective bargaining with their employers.” In many cases, Trump’s anti-worker NLRB broke with long-standing precedent to weaken workers’ rights.

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07 Sep 2020, 08:15
How do you know these podcast are not from dubious source, since we now have rules and all?
:eyeroll: Christ.

Democracy now is like the PBS of news. The public funds it, it’s 100% independent, and Amy Goodman is a highly respected top tier journalist. It’s what the BBC and MSNBC all other news networks wish it was.

https://www.democracynow.org/about

You’re a bum for not knowing that

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07 Sep 2020, 13:42
President Trump’s most important broken promise
https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions ... story.html
Labor Day is an excellent moment to contemplate President Trump’s most important broken promise — other than the one he violates almost daily to “preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.”

I refer to his inaugural address, in which he declared: “The forgotten men and women of our country will be forgotten no longer.”
[...]
A Wall Street Journal study published last September found that in 77 “blue-collar and manufacturing-reliant counties across the Midwest and Northeast” that swing heavily to Trump, employment “grew by 0.5% in 2017 and 0.6% in 2018, lower than the 1% job growth in the prior two years, before Mr. Trump took office.” The counties also trailed the national growth rate of 1.5 percent in 2017 and 1.3 percent in 2018.

Similarly, a New York Times study published in December found that Wisconsin, Ohio and Michigan were among the 10 lowest-ranking states in the nation for job growth during Trump’s tenure. Pennsylvania, along with closely contested Minnesota, ranked in the bottom half of states for employment expansion.

Did the pay of the forgotten men and women improve relative to CEOs? No. Again, even before the economic collapse, the relationship worsened from the worker’s perspective during the Trump years, according to a study by Lawrence Mishel and Jori Kandra for the pro-labor Economic Policy Institute (EPI).

Mishel and Kandra found that the ratio of CEO compensation to worker compensation — which was “only” 21 to 1 in 1965 — has continued to rise. The ratio was 293 to 1 in 2018. It was 320 to 1 in 2019. Happy Labor Day!

Nor has Trump helped workers trying to bargain their way toward improved wages and working conditions. On the contrary, an EPI study published last fall — appropriately titled “Unprecedented” — showed in great detail how Trump appointees on the National Labor Relations Board “systematically rolled back workers’ rights to form unions and engage in collective bargaining with their employers.” In many cases, Trump’s anti-worker NLRB broke with long-standing precedent to weaken workers’ rights.
Thanks for posting this. So important.

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RIPLEY wrote:
06 Sep 2020, 20:10
To the thread: Stay on topic. If you want to discuss trans issues, we a thread for that - keep all trans discussion in the "transsexuals" thread.

ETA: Don't engage someone if you think they're trolling. Just report them and let the mods take it from there. Be patient! We've got lives and other responsibilities that extend outside of this forum just like you do.
Hi RIPLEY, it's so good to see you. Been a while. Anyways if that was you who edited Petty's original post to add rules to the thread, thank you so much. Wish she had created the thread as a reg so she could have added those rules herself!

Oh and speaking of Ms Petty, since our last good mod Ms WannabeAnon seems to have unfortunately resigned, one our regs suggested that Ms Petty should have the honor of becoming our new mod. We all like and respect her and I fully support her if she accepts the nomination.

One last small thing if you please. The title of this thread should include the original #Resistance. Thanks.

:grouphug:

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Guest wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 10:30
RIPLEY wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 04:58
Guest wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 03:24


X2 especially point no 2.

lesbians being harassed by TRAs is a real thing.

Women's right being diminished by TRAs is a real thing.

We can only fight for lesbians and women's rights as long it's not against democrats?
Anyone who wishes to can discuss TRAs in the "Transsexuals" thread, as I noted on under Thread Rules on page 1 of this thread
Nice try to paint everyone as idiots.

People don't want talk about TRAs and the trans cult here, people wants discuss Dems destroying women sex segregated places, their tries to erase homosexuals etc. If Biden promises to allow biological males in women sports and shelters, it's means only one thing, taking away women rights. What's point of this thread if posters aren't allowed to discuss what Biden's victory would mean to women and homosexuals? So called lesbian site prohibits any discussion how Dems being in charge would continue homosexuals erasure and attacks on lesbians.

Why talks about Russia here is OK with you? You don't send Saki and her minions to one of Russian threads or European politics thread. Don't the same rules apply to everyone?
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Guest wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 14:53
RIPLEY wrote:
06 Sep 2020, 20:10
To the thread: Stay on topic. If you want to discuss trans issues, we a thread for that - keep all trans discussion in the "transsexuals" thread.

ETA: Don't engage someone if you think they're trolling. Just report them and let the mods take it from there. Be patient! We've got lives and other responsibilities that extend outside of this forum just like you do.
Hi RIPLEY, it's so good to see you. Been a while. Anyways if that was you who edited Petty's original post to add rules to the thread, thank you so much. Wish she had created the thread as a reg so she could have added those rules herself!

Oh and speaking of Ms Petty, since our last good mod Ms WannabeAnon seems to have unfortunately resigned, one our regs suggested that Ms Petty should have the honor of becoming our new mod. We all like and respect her and I fully support her if she accepts the nomination.

One last small thing if you please. The title of this thread should include the original #Resistance. Thanks.

:grouphug:
Petty, is that u :nervous:

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What Young, Healthy People Have to Fear From COVID-19
The White House’s new science adviser says: nothing. The science disagrees.
https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archi ... 2c19ef33b4
A new philosophy of COVID-19 is circulating through the Republican Party and conservative media. If you look closely, you might notice that it resembles an early philosophy of COVID-19 that circulated through the Republican Party and conservative media: If young people get this disease, it won’t be so bad—and it might even be good.

Scott Atlas, the new White House science adviser and Trump-whisperer, seems to be the ringleader of this emergent corona-stoicism. A neuroradiologist and senior fellow at Stanford University’s conservative Hoover Institution, Atlas is not an expert in epidemiology or infectious diseases. As a Fox News regular, his relevant credentials seem to be more televisual than scientific.
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For men in their 30s, like me, about 1.2 percent of COVID-19 infections result in hospitalization, according to a July study published in Science. Once the disease has progressed to this point, the risk of chronic illness soars. Research from Italy found that roughly nine in 10 hospitalized patients said they still had symptoms after two months. A British study reported a similar risk of long-term illness.

Now the math: When you multiply the hospitalization rate for 30-something men (about 1.2 percent) by the chronic-illness rate of hospitalized patients (almost 90 percent), you get about 1 percent. That means a guy my age has one-in-100 chance of developing a long-term illness after contracting COVID-19. For context, the estimated infection-fatality rate for somebody in their 60s is 0.7 percent, according to the same study in Science.
[...]
More frightening than what we’re learning now is what we cannot yet know: the truly long-term—as in, decades-long—implications of this disease for the body. “We know that hepatitis C leads to liver cancer, we know that human papillomavirus leads to cervical cancer, we know that HIV leads to certain cancers,” Howard Forman, a health-policy professor at Yale, told James Hamblin and Katherine Wells of The Atlantic. “We have no idea whether having had this infection means that, 10 years from now, you have an elevated risk of lymphoma.”‪
[...]
“If you’re signing up for herd immunity, you’re also signing up for a huge number of hospitalizations, and a substantial fraction of those people will be sick for months,” says Marm Kilpatrick, an infectious-disease researcher at UC Santa Cruz. “Do the symptoms last three months? Six months? Three years? Nobody knows, but I wouldn’t want my pandemic plan to be, Let’s have hundreds of thousands of young people with lifelong illnesses. I wouldn’t want to tell 30-to-50-year-olds that we’ve signed them up for a high risk of heart disease and chronic organ damage.”

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Barr can be counted on to obfuscate and do fuck all, but at least the NC Attorney General is calling for an investigation.
https://www.wral.com/nc-attorney-genera ... /19273471/


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Moving on from the horrible suggestion of Petty...

Check out the Bernie Bro Rose candidate and his pathetic statement after being caught with a physical abuse accusation. :nervous: By far, one of the worse statements I have ever read.
TL;DR Yeah so like I abused her but M4A right?! yeah!

The infiltration of these idiots into the party has been the worse thing to come out of the last 5 years.


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I have no interest in being a mod, but appreciate the nod. In my experience, Ripley has always been fair, but I can appreciate her not having the time. It just needs to be someone who is fair and can stop some of the more pointless back and forth that’s been going on.

While I’m posting, make sure you fill out your mail-in ballot early and correctly. If your state has ballot tracking, make sure to check that, too.

https://apnews.com/881c098ab2847dea9d87604bab9568d6

ATLANTA (AP) — Thousands of absentee ballots get rejected in every presidential election. This year, that problem could be much worse and potentially pivotal in hotly contested battleground states.

With the coronavirus creating a surge in mail-in balloting and postal delays reported across the country, the number of rejected ballots in November is projected to be significantly higher than previous elections.

If ballots are rejected at the same rate as during this year’s primaries, up to three times as many voters in November could be disenfranchised in key battleground states when compared to the last presidential election, according to an Associated Press analysis of rejected ballots. It could be even more pronounced in some urban areas where Democratic votes are concentrated and ballot rejection rates trended higher during this year’s primaries.
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^^ This thread is for the presidential race, use the US Politics thread for all other political subjects. viewtopic.php?f=4&t=496

And cite credible sources when making accusations.

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Re: 2020 US Presidential Election; #Resistance

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Guest wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 18:02
Guest wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 14:53
RIPLEY wrote:
06 Sep 2020, 20:10
To the thread: Stay on topic. If you want to discuss trans issues, we a thread for that - keep all trans discussion in the "transsexuals" thread.

ETA: Don't engage someone if you think they're trolling. Just report them and let the mods take it from there. Be patient! We've got lives and other responsibilities that extend outside of this forum just like you do.
Hi RIPLEY, it's so good to see you. Been a while. Anyways if that was you who edited Petty's original post to add rules to the thread, thank you so much. Wish she had created the thread as a reg so she could have added those rules herself!

Oh and speaking of Ms Petty, since our last good mod Ms WannabeAnon seems to have unfortunately resigned, one our regs suggested that Ms Petty should have the honor of becoming our new mod. We all like and respect her and I fully support her if she accepts the nomination.

One last small thing if you please. The title of this thread should include the original #Resistance. Thanks.

:grouphug:
NO. Absolutely not.

Petty being Moderator would be one of the worse decisions this thread can do. She does not know how to handle her emotions to Moderate enough. She has a mean streak reputation all over the board and cannot handle opposite views. This is not a shipping thread, this is a political thread where opinions can vary.

WannaBeAnons mistake was not being able to separate herself from her Registered posting from being a Moderator. Petty would be 100x worse. Look into her posting history including the Kamala thread, she's immature, overly emotional and if she disagrees the person is automatically a troll. NO, it would be a massive mistake. I get you are desperate to have a bubble around you but this would kill the thread.
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Stop derailing the thread. JFC!

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Isotopes wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 18:42
I have no interest in being a mod, but appreciate the nod. In my experience, Ripley has always been fair, but I can appreciate her not having the time. It just needs to be someone who is fair and can stop some of the more pointless back and forth that’s been going on.

While I’m posting, make sure you fill out your mail-in ballot early and correctly. If your state has ballot tracking, make sure to check that, too.

https://apnews.com/881c098ab2847dea9d87604bab9568d6

ATLANTA (AP) — Thousands of absentee ballots get rejected in every presidential election. This year, that problem could be much worse and potentially pivotal in hotly contested battleground states.

With the coronavirus creating a surge in mail-in balloting and postal delays reported across the country, the number of rejected ballots in November is projected to be significantly higher than previous elections.

If ballots are rejected at the same rate as during this year’s primaries, up to three times as many voters in November could be disenfranchised in key battleground states when compared to the last presidential election, according to an Associated Press analysis of rejected ballots. It could be even more pronounced in some urban areas where Democratic votes are concentrated and ballot rejection rates trended higher during this year’s primaries.
These people disgust me. This is so racist, We have to restore the voting rights act once dems have regain control. It should be a day one issue.
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Candidates are taking advantage of the holiday.

Kamala campaigning in Wisconsin (this video is why Chucks is a top trend right now🤣)
Trump giving another interesting press conference where he demands a reporter remove their mask 🥴
Joe has a sit down with union members in Pennsylvania

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Petty wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 18:54
Candidates are taking advantage of the holiday.

Kamala campaigning in Wisconsin (this video is why Chucks is a top trend right now🤣)
Trump giving another interesting press conference where he demands a reporter remove their mask 🥴
Joe has a sit down with union members in Pennsylvania
They need go to Michigan this week too. Some bad polling came out of there today

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Question for everyone in here: If you live in the US... and a Covid vaccine becomes available before the election... would you take it??

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Saki888 wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 18:53
Guest wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 18:50
~ 🇺🇸 ~ 🇺🇸 ~ 🇺🇸 ~ 🇺🇸 ~ 🇺🇸 ~


!! PETTY FOR MODERATOR !!


~ 🇺🇸 ~ 🇺🇸 ~ 🇺🇸 ~ 🇺🇸 ~ 🇺🇸 ~
x2 Petty was the one who post this thread and SET the rules in the first place has been violated completely this week
Ripley put the rules not Petty. =_=

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Petty wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 19:09
Question for everyone in here: If you live in the US... and a Covid vaccine becomes available before the election... would you take it??
Yes.

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Petty wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 19:09
Question for everyone in here: If you live in the US... and a Covid vaccine becomes available before the election... would you take it??
If people like Dr. Fauci say so but I'm not going off the words of Trump and Jared Lolol

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Petty wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 19:09
Question for everyone in here: If you live in the US... and a Covid vaccine becomes available before the election... would you take it??
coming from trump's cdc? fuck no! the maga turds can have all the shots they want tho :shifty:

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Isotopes wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 18:42
I have no interest in being a mod, but appreciate the nod. In my experience, Ripley has always been fair, but I can appreciate her not having the time. It just needs to be someone who is fair and can stop some of the more pointless back and forth that’s been going on.

While I’m posting, make sure you fill out your mail-in ballot early and correctly. If your state has ballot tracking, make sure to check that, too.

https://apnews.com/881c098ab2847dea9d87604bab9568d6

ATLANTA (AP) — Thousands of absentee ballots get rejected in every presidential election. This year, that problem could be much worse and potentially pivotal in hotly contested battleground states.

With the coronavirus creating a surge in mail-in balloting and postal delays reported across the country, the number of rejected ballots in November is projected to be significantly higher than previous elections.

If ballots are rejected at the same rate as during this year’s primaries, up to three times as many voters in November could be disenfranchised in key battleground states when compared to the last presidential election, according to an Associated Press analysis of rejected ballots. It could be even more pronounced in some urban areas where Democratic votes are concentrated and ballot rejection rates trended higher during this year’s primaries.
I honestly do think you would make a good Moderator ISO but I do understand why you wouldn't though.

This is why Petty would be horrible because she cannot separate herself enough to be fair but instead is part of the back and forth not just here but also on other threads.

If you don't want it then leave it as just Ripley only. She has been very fair even when she doesn't agree.

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Guest wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 19:17
Saki888 wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 18:53
Guest wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 18:50
~ 🇺🇸 ~ 🇺🇸 ~ 🇺🇸 ~ 🇺🇸 ~ 🇺🇸 ~


!! PETTY FOR MODERATOR !!


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x2 Petty was the one who post this thread and SET the rules in the first place has been violated completely this week
Ripley put the rules not Petty. =_=
It says the post is under Petty but that's fine still same applies

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Saki888 wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 18:56
Petty wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 18:54
Candidates are taking advantage of the holiday.

Kamala campaigning in Wisconsin (this video is why Chucks is a top trend right now🤣)
Trump giving another interesting press conference where he demands a reporter remove their mask 🥴
Joe has a sit down with union members in Pennsylvania
They need go to Michigan this week too. Some bad polling came out of there today
Biden is going on Wednesday, but I don’t see any recent polls out of Michigan.

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Guest wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 19:26
Guest wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 19:22
Petty wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 19:09
Question for everyone in here: If you live in the US... and a Covid vaccine becomes available before the election... would you take it??
coming from trump's cdc? fuck no! the maga turds can have all the shots they want tho :shifty:
My rep sent out a letter wanting a chance for my district to take part in the trials. I thought she was crazy, let the white people be the guinea pigs not us.
Are you from a red state? That's really irresponsible! You might want to vote for a new rep soon

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Guest wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 19:37
Guest wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 19:26
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coming from trump's cdc? fuck no! the maga turds can have all the shots they want tho :shifty:
My rep sent out a letter wanting a chance for my district to take part in the trials. I thought she was crazy, let the white people be the guinea pigs not us.
Are you from a red state? That's really irresponsible! You might want to vote for a new rep soon
Nope blue state, blue district, Democratic Representative. I understand what she's trying to do; get us the vaccine in a hard hit area but no way. Her intentions are no doubt good but I wouldn't want the first round to be in my community. Except for this, she's been a good Representative.

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coming from trump's cdc? fuck no! the maga turds can have all the shots they want tho :shifty:
My rep sent out a letter wanting a chance for my district to take part in the trials. I thought she was crazy, let the white people be the guinea pigs not us.
Are you from a red state? That's really irresponsible! You might want to vote for a new rep soon
https://www.270towin.com/2020-polls-bid ... /michigan/

Third poll on this list had Biden down 47-45 , the Biden campaign even made a post about it on fb

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My rep sent out a letter wanting a chance for my district to take part in the trials. I thought she was crazy, let the white people be the guinea pigs not us.
Are you from a red state? That's really irresponsible! You might want to vote for a new rep soon
Nope blue state, blue district, Democratic Representative. I understand what she's trying to do; get us the vaccine in a hard hit area but no way. Her intentions are no doubt good but I wouldn't want the first round to be in my community. Except for this, she's been a good Representative.
There are several trials going on form various companies like Oxford. They usually just ask for volunteers like any standard medical trials.
Seems like your rep didn't do her research on the subject before speaking. Of all the companies racing for a vaccine out there, the one touted by Trump should be a last one on anyone's list.

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My rep sent out a letter wanting a chance for my district to take part in the trials. I thought she was crazy, let the white people be the guinea pigs not us.
Are you from a red state? That's really irresponsible! You might want to vote for a new rep soon
Nope blue state, blue district, Democratic Representative. I understand what she's trying to do; get us the vaccine in a hard hit area but no way. Her intentions are no doubt good but I wouldn't want the first round to be in my community. Except for this, she's been a good Representative.
POC areas have been hit the worse by covid. Particular in the South where the medicade expansion was denied and now those have the highest % of people getting hit by covid
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Saki888 wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 19:45
Guest wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 19:37
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My rep sent out a letter wanting a chance for my district to take part in the trials. I thought she was crazy, let the white people be the guinea pigs not us.
Are you from a red state? That's really irresponsible! You might want to vote for a new rep soon
https://www.270towin.com/2020-polls-bid ... /michigan/

Third poll on this list had Biden down 47-45 , the Biden campaign even made a post about it on fb
While concerning that poll was done by a conservative group. People point to them because they got 2016 right, but they also have gotten a lot of races wrong including wiring at the 2018 house race.

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Question for everyone in here: If you live in the US... and a Covid vaccine becomes available before the election... would you take it??
coming from trump's cdc? fuck no! the maga turds can have all the shots they want tho :shifty:
My rep sent out a letter wanting a chance for my district to take part in the trials. I thought she was crazy, let the white people be the guinea pigs not us.
Exactly. Black and brown people have GOOD REASON to be suspicious of medical institutions especially around testing. The Tuskegee experiments are burned into our brains. I understand the science community needs people of all races to participate in trials but they have done nothing to ensure trust. To this day the rates of Black maternal mortality and also cancer misdiagnosis in Black people is astronomical. Then throw on top of that the political overtones Trump has tarnished the FDA and CDC with... its an impossible sell

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3.4 million permanent jobs have been lost. If only we had a leader who took this more serous early instead of calling it a hoax. Knew about this in Dec but was more worried about his reelection

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He sounded so ridiculous in the press conference today , that's why Trump meltdown is trending

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Petty wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 19:09
Question for everyone in here: If you live in the US... and a Covid vaccine becomes available before the election... would you take it??
Heck no! I've heard whispers of making it mandatory also. They couldn't pay me to inject whatever Trump poison that is.

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I'm so tired of Trump. Stop having meltdowns and resign.

Stop attacking the mail.
Stop attacking your own lawyer.
Stop attacking scientists.
Stop attacking teachers and forcing them to put their health at risk.

Stop attacking actual politicians.

Start attacking yourself, Donald.

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This is how he wins, with a daily avalanche of lies and disinformation spread like wildfire via social media.


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Trump is still putting children in cages, it didn't stop during the pandemic.

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AP's Brian Slodysko reported that the Trump campaign had pulled most TV ads over the previous week, ceding the airwaves to Biden, who was outspending Trump by more than 10 to 1.


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AP's Brian Slodysko reported that the Trump campaign had pulled most TV ads over the previous week, ceding the airwaves to Biden, who was outspending Trump by more than 10 to 1.
No one actually believes this, right? There is no cash crunch. The man out raised everyone before we even entered 2019. This is designed to quiet people down.

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