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    Does this not hold the potential for mischief and chaos?...

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    Just Some Questions...


    Why have the suspended police officers whose alleged misconduct led to the death of George Floyd not yet been charged under Minnesota law?

    https://nypost.com/2020/05/28/prosec...e-floyd-death/

    Why is the Minneapolis Mayor seemingly not preserving law and order in the city?

    https://www.foxnews.com/us/st-paul-p...th-twin-cities

    Why was a CNN reporter arrested for seemingly doing no wrong?

    https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/29/u...r-jimenez.html

    Why does it appear that the political actors in Minneapolis and Minnesota are acting in such a way as to further inflame national tension, rather than reducing the tensions in light of a what appears to be blatant local injustice, which led to a horrible tragedy for George Floyd and his family?

    https://www.foxnews.com/us/louisvill...t-1-critically


    https://www.foxnews.com/us/protests-...e-floyds-death


    https://www.foxnews.com/us/george-floyd-protests-nyc-turn-violent-several-arrested


    Is this not a curiosity?...


    https://theweek.com/speedreads/91692...e-floyds-death


    https://www.nydailynews.com/news/nat...4dy-story.html


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    Or perhaps if not Covid, does some other unknown disruptive threat lay waiting in the pre-November weeds?
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    The covid-19 lockdown has served its purpose. Its time to end it.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/opini...s-time-end-it/

    The costs are not just in lost jobs, but in lost lives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Chowaniec View Post
    "I think it's highly unlikely that we will eradicate COVID-19. The only disease in humans that we've ever eradicated is smallpox. We've eliminated polio from many areas of the world. For example, polio is eliminated in the U.S. and U.K. and the only cases that are around are vaccine-related cases.

    "So it is conceivable that we will be able to eliminate it in the sense of getting enough herd immunity together with the vaccine that we have very few cases. And certainly we can control it, and we have been getting it under some control in some areas," Fauci says.
    Polio was still a major problem when my bunch first came on the scene, and, thank God, we were spared all of this Fauci-like "control;" we only had to "Duck and Cover," which IMHO, was just as useless a protection.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Chowaniec View Post
    "If you wash your hands frequently, physically distance and stay six feet away from people, wear a mask and avoid crowds, just those four things alone could go a very long way to containing infection," Fauci says.
    Kudos for controlling the population in reaction to a virus threat for which your knowledge appears to be highly limited and your advise is inconsistent at best, Dr. Fauci.

    Dr. Fauci, are you sure you know what in Hell your are talking about, because everyone especially the children, are paying a very high price for what seems to be your purportedly informed guess work?

    A Letter From "Emma," as read on the Steve Dease Show, May 29, 2020

    There were parties and trips on airplanes, and maybe my life won't be the same as before.

    I could have friends play at my house and I could go to their house.

    I went to school, music, dance and tumbling, and could sit next to my friends and hug my teachers.

    I could go shopping with my mom and dad ..., but I haven't been out of my house for three months, except to go biking or to visit my family.

    I could go to restaurants and sit at the table and socialize with family, and order off a fun menu, and I got to color and get a kids cup with my meal. Now, we can only get take-out or go through the drive-through, if the restaurants are even open.

    I got to play on the playground at the restaurants and parks, but they've been closed too.

    It's hard to recognize people now because their faces are covered with masks.

    It didn't used to be this way, and I miss my friends.
    Dr. Fauci, you're no Dr. Spock,eh?

    Reference, 50:00 into the clip:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1T70j_22QIE&t=843s
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    Looks like the lock-down is over. When did they develop a Covid-19 vaccine?



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    Since the Covid-19 lockdowns, the Left has been touting a "New Normal."

    President Obama also made reference to such a "New Normal" which would include an end to racism.

    I agree with the President's sentiments. All forms of bigotry and injustice need to be confronted , and specifically, those responsible for George Floyd's death, must be brought to justice.

    But there are other victims of the heinous Floyd murder; those innocent residents and business owners in Minneapolis who have been severely impacted by the rioters, looters, arsonists, who did not, and do not, pursue justifiable civil protest, but engage indiscriminate violence and anarchy.

    Therefore, I must ask, does the President's vision of a "New Normal" also include an embrace for our Constitutional rule of law, condemnation of wanton violence, rioting, and arson, because I do not see any such reference in his statement?

    President Obama's Statement:

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    Cuomo halo fades

    https://www.foxnews.com/media/politi...es-coronavirus

    Cuomo has been under increasing scrutiny for the controversial nursing home policy implemented in March that critics say is responsible for thousands of deaths among senior citizens in the state.

    When confronted about the nursing home policy, Cuomo placed blame on the Trump administration, saying: "The state followed President Trump's CDC [Centers for Disease Control and Prevention] guidance."

    But most of the difference between DeSantis and Cuomo is due to politics. DeSantis governs a politically divided state. Cuomo is a scion of Democratic royalty in a deeply Democratic state."

    The Politico reporters acknowledged that "media bias" is a major factor, noting how Cuomo has a press that "defers to him" and "preferred to cover 'Florida Morons' at the beach."

    "Maybe things would be different if DeSantis had a brother who worked in cable news and interviewed him for a 'sweet moment' in primetime," the reporters wrote in an apparent swipe at CNN anchor Chris Cuomo's softball interviews with his governor-brother.


    Governor Cuomo's pedestal is slowly being chipped away. Solar City, Moreland Commission, state billions in debt, decreasing population caused by high taxes, union pensions, illegal immigrant rights, etc. But the liberal media continues to love him and gives him a pass every time.

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    The Worst States To Retire in, Ranked

    https://livestly.com/seniors-these-a..._WorstStatesSB

    TIE #1: California

    There’s truly nowhere that seems more perfect for retirees than California. This state spans the majority of the U.S.’s west coast and offers plenty of places to live. There’s warm weather and temperate winters, plenty of nature to explore, and countless opportunities to relax, enjoy different hobbies, or try something new.

    But California is an incredibly expensive place to live. No matter your age, the cost of living in California is extremely high — from groceries to housing, you’ll be paying a shocking 52 percent more than the national average for your necessities.

    On top of that, California will also tax seniors’ retirement income. If you’re earning any money at all, or are getting income from your hard-earned savings, it’ll all be taxed. And that will make it exceedingly difficult to afford the sky-high home prices and other costs of living. In fact, prices are so high in this state that more than 50 percent of residents are considering moving somewhere else.


    TIE: #1 New York

    While you likely think immediately of New York City when you think of New York, this state is actually quite big — and it has a lot to offer. While the city itself might not be your speed, the state of New York is home to plenty of suburban cities and impressive natural sights. But don’t let that sway you, as New York is one of the most expensive places you could choose to live.

    Like California, New York is extremely expensive. That’s why it’s a terrible choice for retirees looking for a new hometown. New York’s cost of living is 22 percent higher than the national average. And if you live in New York City, that skyrockets to 138 percent more than the national average.

    And there are other reasons to avoid New York if you’re a senior citizen. It’s considered one of the worst states for seniors’ costs. You’ll be highly taxed and have to pay extremely high prices for healthcare, nursing homes, and any other necessities you need as you grow older.


    As a retiree living in New York, I’m shocked – NOT!

    Saint Cuomo, the self-proclaimed patron of New York seniors, can’t be too thrilled with this.

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    George Floyd tragically and needlessly lost his life. Please don't cheapen his sacrifice!

    Did not Strozk talk about "The Resistance?"

    Is the Buffalo protest about "The Resistance?"...


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    https://disrn.com/news/cnns-van-jone...s-or-her-brain

    Wow, I must be the worse kind of racist because I don’t like some white people, even people of my own ethnicity.

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    Dr. Michael Lee once said "Something is not right here."

    Is American law applied in Berlin, Milan, London and Istanbul?

    https://www.vox.com/2020/5/31/212760...-london-berlin
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    Rod Watson, you're an ass. Violence is not justified or warranted in this situation.
    And to compare this to the Boston Tea Party is ludicrous.

    https://buffalonews.com/2020/05/31/v...understand-it/


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    Quote Originally Posted by mark blazejewski View Post
    Or perhaps if not Covid, does some other unknown disruptive threat lay waiting in the pre-November weeds?

    Well, that is a weakness that I hope will not last very long. Donald Trump would like to be a dictator. But he cannot be one because there is a constitution in the United States that people still respect. And it will prevent him from doing certain things. That does not mean that he will not try, because he is literally fighting for his life. I will also say that I have put my faith in Trump to destroy himself, and he has exceeded my wildest expectations.--- George Soros, May 11, 2020


    Reference: https://www.marketwatch.com/story/ge...mic-2020-05-11

    President Trump is sworn to "preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States."

    Therefore, in a present state of insurgency, insurrection, or revolution, he is obligated to preserve order and restore the rule of Constitutional law.

    So, with those May 11, 2020 words from George Soros presented, is it rocket science to see what Leftist-Socialist-Antifa narrative may emerge from the possible application of these legitimate Presidential considerations?...


    From ABC NEWS...

    Donald Trump says Antifa to be labelled terrorists...


    Reference:https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-06-...s-yet/12305850


    From The Washington Post...

    Trump pulls military into political fray of Minneapolis unrest but is unlikely to follow through on threat


    Reference:https://www.washingtonpost.com/natio...d6e_story.html

    From The Daily Caller...

    Tom Cotton Suggests Calling In The 101st Airborne To End Riots

    Reference: https://dailycaller.com/2020/06/01/t...s-floyd-trump/

    Reference: https://www.businessinsider.com/gops...testers-2020-6

    Do you not agree that people should be suspicious of the anticipated "Dictator" narrative when it may emerge after the President legitimately and necessarily exerts the powers of his office in the interests of our Constitutional America?
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    Saturday is the 76th anniversary of D-Day...


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    If the police are voluntarily using "take a knee" as a tactic to calm things down and it's successful, good for them.

    But, in instances such as in Fort Worth the "protesters" demanded such police action, which the news report below described as...

    ...agreeing to protesters' demands to kneel with them.


    Compliance with such a DEMAND makes me VERY uncomfortable.

    At what point does such a request become a ransom demand?

    Where does it stop, at the police chief, the mayor, the Governor, perhaps the President?

    Sorry, I think that this is setting a bad precedent, both from a control stand point, and yes, I'll write it, from a religious stand point: Revelations 13:15.

    A couple of weeks ago was there not talk of a Covid vaccine microchip being implanted in the forehead or right hand?

    Just askin'.





    Reference: https://www.nbcdfw.com/news/local/hu...n_V63Vp-SWYl7U
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