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  • Tsar
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    Originally posted by Massena View Post


    That is neither accurate nor true. I just don't believe that Trump is qualified to be president, something he proves on a daily basis.

    And making that comment is way out of line and could be construed as being monstrous.

  • pamak
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    Originally posted by Trung Si View Post
    If it will be by Mail, I know it will be rigged and I know who will win, thank God here in Texas one has to show up in person!
    Your knowledge is just a personal belief.

    Nobody seemed to worry when the federal government sent thousands of checks for the CV relief (for those who did not use a bank account for their tax returns). In the same way, a state can mail to registered voters an absentee ballot. They can return it through a secure drop box or to a polling site. And all documentation, at least in CA, comes with multiple signatures So, there is a paper trail.

  • Trung Si
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    If it will be by Mail, I know it will be rigged and I know who will win, thank God here in Texas one has to show up in person!

  • wolfhnd
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    This is one of the most insignificant stories related to the pandemic.

    The last time one of these stories came out we later found out that the drug was only being given to the most seriously ill patients skewing the study results. We also learned that patients in that study were given the drug to late in the course of illness to be effective. The drug was never thought to be a cure but it was thought it might reduce severity if taken early enough in the course of the disease. What little research I have seen indicates that effectiveness is minimal.

    It's up to patients and their doctors to decide what drugs they take not WHO orTrump.

  • Massena
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    Originally posted by Tsar View Post
    Well since Trump is taking it he may end up dead. That should make you ecstatic.


    That is neither accurate nor true. I just don't believe that Trump is qualified to be president, something he proves on a daily basis.

    And making that comment is way out of line and could be construed as being monstrous.

  • Massena
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    Because he knows better than anyone else on every subject even though he is neither doctor or scientist and has no grasp of history. All he cares about is himself and he is completely controlled by an out of control ego.

  • Tsar
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    Well since Trump is taking it he may end up dead. That should make you ecstatic.

  • DingBat
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    Honestly, and with great respect, as a foreign observer: US elections ARE rigged.
    • Targeted disinformation campaigns on social media platforms
    • Likely interference by foreign governments
    • Large scale corporate donations
    • Gerrymandering
    • Voter suppression

    The problem, at the moment, is that people seem to be okay with a lot of it so long as their "side" wins.

    (Not that Canada is doing much better, btw.)

  • Cambronnne
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    then why is trump prescribing it to people.


    Oh wait....
    Last edited by Cambronnne; 26 May 20, 05:58.

  • Massena
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    I wonder what type of 'crystal ball' he's using...

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/elect...cid=spartandhp
    First he lit into Michigan and Nevada, threatening to withhold federal funding because of his assertion that both states were preparing to commit voter fraud through mail-in ballot applications. Then President Donald Trump followed up Sunday with two more broadly-worded warnings that November would be “the greatest Rigged Election in history.”

    “The Democrats are trying to Rig the 2020 Election, plain and simple!” the president claimed.




    Trump’s increasingly amped-up rhetoric surrounding the integrity of the November election is beginning to bring to center stage a previously muted conversation. With the president lagging behind Joe Biden in public opinion polls six months before the general election, his opponents are becoming increasingly anxious that Trump may attempt to undermine the results of the election if he loses — or worse, might attempt to cling to power regardless of the outcome.

    "He is planting the seeds for delegitimizing the election if he loses," Vanita Gupta, a former head of DOJ’s civil rights division under President Barack Obama and now president of The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, said on Twitter on Sunday in reaction to Trump's "rigged election" claim. "It’s from the playbook. It’ll get more intense as he gets more freaked out."

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  • Massena
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    ...So the WHO has temporarily stopped testing the drug...

    https://www.cnn.com/2020/05/25/healt...alt/index.html

    The World Health Organization has temporarily halted studying hydroxychloroquine as a potential Covid-19 treatment due to safety concerns, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said during a media briefing in Geneva on Monday.

    The decision was made after an observational study published Friday in the medical journal The Lancet described how seriously ill Covid-19 patients who were treated with hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine were more likely to die. Tedros said that an independent executive group is now reviewing the use of hydroxychloroquine in WHO's Solidarity Trial. The executive group represents 10 of the participating countries in the trial.

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  • Massena
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    Too many times...and that's what bullies do.

  • Massena
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    ...leaves a lot to be desired...

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/polit...cid=spartandhp
    The Trump administration’s new testing strategy, released Sunday to Congress, holds individual states responsible for planning and carrying out all coronavirus testing, while planning to provide some supplies needed for the tests.

    The proposal also says existing testing capacity, if properly targeted, is sufficient to contain the outbreak. But epidemiologists say that amount of testing is orders of magnitude lower than many of them believe the country needs.

    The report cements a stance that has frustrated governors in both parties, following the administration’s announcement last month that the federal government should be considered “the supplier of last resort” and that states should develop their own testing plans.


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  • Half Pint John
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    Trump threatens...where have we heard that before?

  • wolfhnd
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    Maybe if the reporter has gotten an education instead of an indoctrination we wouldn't be talking about this incident.

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