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    The Leftist-Socialist-Globaist-Communists are so predictable...


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    Or perhaps if not Covid, does some other unknown disruptive threat lay waiting in the pre-November weeds?



    No. This is the crisis of my lifetime. Even before the pandemic hit, I realized that we were in a revolutionary moment where what would be impossible or even inconceivable in normal times had become not only possible, but probably absolutely necessary. And then came COVID-19, which has totally disrupted people’s lives and required very different behavior. It is an unprecedented event that probably has never occurred in this combination.--- George Soros, May 11, 2020
    AG Healey urges business leaders to seize ‘once in a lifetime opportunity’ to address racial inequity, Boston Globe, June 2, 2020
    Reference: https://www.bostonglobe.com/2020/06/...cial-inequity/



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



    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

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    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?



    From Don Lemon, CNN, June 1, 2020...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sOJC1d6HM8M
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    Several police officers have been shot / run over and killed, suffered hundreds of injuries from thrown rocks, bottles, provoked and spat on, etc. Has anyone taken a knee for them; for the injured peaceful supporters attending the protests?

    Businesses and homes vandalized and looted by rioters – covered by personal insurance? Who pays the billions in damages?

    Who is really Antifa, organizes the activities and pays for the operation and material costs?

    Anarchy in the streets and our leaders have been inept in controlling it, but oh so good in blaming each other for cause and for lack of resolve. We are so fortunate to have Cuomo and de Blasio at the helm in our state (sarcasm!).

    The new norm? A police officer committed murder. Three others were complicit in the act. They should be punished accordingly, not all of America.

    We are so screwed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Chowaniec View Post
    Businesses and homes vandalized and looted by rioters – covered by personal insurance? Who pays the billions in damages?

    I have heard several sources on radio say that most policies do not cover loss due to civil unrest, yet, sources from a simple Google search suggest the contrary.

    Best check your individual policy.
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    https://www.nytimes.com/2020/06/02/u...nequality.html

    Booming Atlanta relies on hotel clerks, nannies, gardeners, house cleaners, car washers, Uber drivers, janitors who clean fancy gyms and couriers who deliver from trendy restaurants. Jobs like these are what tend to be available now to workers without a college degree who 50 years ago could have found middle-class work in factories and offices.

    Such low-wage jobs in cities are disproportionately held by minority workers. And these are the people hit hardest by job losses this spring, during a public health and economic crisis that has highlighted urban inequality. While the virus itself has preyed on poor African-Americans who could not work from home, the public-health prescription for it — people must stay apart — has preyed on service-sector employment.



    And yet Walmart, the successful retail corporation that has been recognized / praised for its business acumen was a business that intimidated / encouraged manufacturers supplying their stores in the 90’s to seek countries with cheap labor to manufacture goods to lower their costs. Lower manufacturing costs that in turn lowers Walmart’s cost and makes them more competitive and enriched, goes unscathed.

    How many manufacturing jobs were lost in the process? How many more manufacturing jobs were lost when competing companies resorted to same tactics? Are we looking under the right rocks?

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    Was not group humiliation a trademark tactic of Mao during the Cultural Revolution?...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dAMm...OF5cVCFpSuKA3U
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    What could possibly go wrong?

    The Pentagon has told Washington D.C.'s National Guard and guardsmen from other states who have are in the nation’s capital not to use guns or ammunition.

    The order came from Defense Secretary Mark Esper and made without consulting the White House, The Washington Post reported, and it's seen as a sign of de-escalation of the federal response to protests that sprung up in the wake of George Floyd's death.

    The nation’s capital is bracing for what could be its largest protest yet on Saturday since the death of George Floyd, expanding a massive fenced perimeter around the White House, even as they send home hundreds of active-duty troops who were stationed outside the city.

    It was not clear how many would show up to Saturday’s demonstrations but #1MillionDCSaturday was trending on Twitter in a call for 1 million people to march on the capital in protest of police brutality.

    At the same time, Mayor Muriel Bowser wants all non-D.C.troops out of the city. All 900 active duty military police brought to bases around Washington, D.C., following the civil unrest after Floyd’s death are heading home, the Department of Defense said Friday.

    Defense Director Esper said the nationwide protests -- which have, in some cases, turned violent and led to property damage and looting -- did not warrant the deployment of active-duty military.

    "The option to use active-duty forces in a law enforcement role should only be used as a matter of last resort and only in the most urgent and dire situations," Esper said Wednesday. "We are not in one of those situations now. I do not support invoking the Insurrection Act."

    Meanwhile, Bowser fought the president on the deployment of National Guard troops from different states to the city. She said she only requested the 100 D.C. National Guard troops to line the perimeter of the White House, in a limited role and unarmed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Chowaniec View Post
    What could possibly go wrong?

    The Pentagon has told Washington D.C.'s National Guard and guardsmen from other states who have are in the nation’s capital not to use guns or ammunition.

    The order came from Defense Secretary Mark Esper and made without consulting the White House, The Washington Post reported, and it's seen as a sign of de-escalation of the federal response to protests that sprung up in the wake of George Floyd's death.

    The nation’s capital is bracing for what could be its largest protest yet on Saturday since the death of George Floyd, expanding a massive fenced perimeter around the White House, even as they send home hundreds of active-duty troops who were stationed outside the city.

    It was not clear how many would show up to Saturday’s demonstrations but #1MillionDCSaturday was trending on Twitter in a call for 1 million people to march on the capital in protest of police brutality.

    At the same time, Mayor Muriel Bowser wants all non-D.C.troops out of the city. All 900 active duty military police brought to bases around Washington, D.C., following the civil unrest after Floyd’s death are heading home, the Department of Defense said Friday.

    Defense Director Esper said the nationwide protests -- which have, in some cases, turned violent and led to property damage and looting -- did not warrant the deployment of active-duty military.

    "The option to use active-duty forces in a law enforcement role should only be used as a matter of last resort and only in the most urgent and dire situations," Esper said Wednesday. "We are not in one of those situations now. I do not support invoking the Insurrection Act."

    Meanwhile, Bowser fought the president on the deployment of National Guard troops from different states to the city. She said she only requested the 100 D.C. National Guard troops to line the perimeter of the White House, in a limited role and unarmed.
    When the sun sets tomorrow, June 6, the 76th anniversary of the D-Day sacrifices, will Constitutional America be in the hands of history Lee?


    Equally troubling, let me get this straight: I can't go to church for "normal" services because of COVID concerns, but attendance at a mass gathering protest is acceptable and no politics here?


    https://www.gwinnettdailypost.com/fe...de8298cfb.html

    Methinks that this nation may have been played with Russia, Mueller, Impeachment and COVID.



    Meanwhile, as Trump was in conference with Comandante Esper, this happen in Washington...

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    Kind of like what happened on February 11, 2013 during what many consider to have been a Vatican Coup...

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    "Easing Tensions With The Pentagon?"

    "With The Pentagon," WTF?

    Can you say Coup de'tat or Putsch?

    This headline suggests something really bad is underway...

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