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Post by anefarious1 » October 5, 2020, 9:23 am

Wondering if glalt or dragonz or someone in their camp could interpret this latest bit of communication for us...

“I had to confront the virus so the American people stop being afraid of it so we could deal with it responsibly,” the President reportedly told Mr. Giuliani.

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Post by tamada » October 5, 2020, 10:35 am

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October 5, 2020, 9:04 am
New Theory regarding Biden. Boy oh Boy this is a doozy

This is interesting, hmm...
Joe Biden has a medical device implanted in his skull.
It’s called the Esteem Hearing Implant which you can learn about HERE. It’s an implant that goes into the skull above the ear and it has two micro-wire probes that are injected into the nerves inside the ear canal. It’s FDA-approved and it uses bone conduction to enhance hearing (sound waves vibrate off the bones of the skull, and the wire probes send the signal directly into the ear, basically). It’s wireless and it’s controlled by the push of a button, so the user can turn it on and off with a little device… that fits in your pocket.
And that’s how the experts at Bombards Body Language spotted this trick. Joe Biden gets really addled during unscripted, public appearances and interviews. It happened during the CNN Town Hall recently. When someone starts talking to Joe Biden, there are times when he gets that “addled old man” expression of sheer terror and confusion on his face. He’s totally lost and doesn’t have a clue where he is or what’s happening.
But then – every single time – Joe Biden does what he’s been trained to do in these situations. His right hand goes into his pocket. Then he smiles that big Joe Biden politician smile that we all recognize after 47 years of this guy being in office. Then he answers the question.
When Joe Biden gets confused, he reaches into his pocket and turns on the implant. Whoever is talking to him on the other end instructs him to smile and then starts relaying answers to him until he gets back on track. Joe hears it because the implant receives a wireless signal and vibrates the bones in his skull.
The body language experts have also noticed that whenever Biden is receiving instructions through the implant, he cannot make eye contact with the person asking him a question. This is a natural response. Even a young, healthy and spry young mind like Donald Trump’s cannot receive communication input from two sources at once. Joe Biden has to look away from the speaker in order to listen to his handlers, which is why he always looks down when he’s being asked a question. He’s not thinking or listening intently; he’s receiving instructions from his handlers on which set of talking points to rattle off.
Now we know. And now you know what to watch for during the debates. If Joe Biden looks terrorized and completely lost and confused, he’ll reach into his pocket to turn on his skull implant and then he’ll smile. Every time. We also know why Joe Biden completely vanished from the campaign trail during July. He wasn’t just hiding in his basement. He was getting his implant installed and recovering from surgery.
C'mon Doodoo, y'all just gotta post the link to this claptrap. You haven't given the MAGA ra-ra boys here enough clues so they can find it all by themselves. Y'kno, the "both hands and a flashlight" sorta guidance?

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Post by Drunk Monkey » October 5, 2020, 10:49 am

tamada wrote:
October 5, 2020, 10:35 am
Doodoo wrote:
October 5, 2020, 9:04 am
New Theory regarding Biden. Boy oh Boy this is a doozy

This is interesting, hmm...
Joe Biden has a medical device implanted in his skull.
It’s called the Esteem Hearing Implant which you can learn about HERE. It’s an implant that goes into the skull above the ear and it has two micro-wire probes that are injected into the nerves inside the ear canal. It’s FDA-approved and it uses bone conduction to enhance hearing (sound waves vibrate off the bones of the skull, and the wire probes send the signal directly into the ear, basically). It’s wireless and it’s controlled by the push of a button, so the user can turn it on and off with a little device… that fits in your pocket.
And that’s how the experts at Bombards Body Language spotted this trick. Joe Biden gets really addled during unscripted, public appearances and interviews. It happened during the CNN Town Hall recently. When someone starts talking to Joe Biden, there are times when he gets that “addled old man” expression of sheer terror and confusion on his face. He’s totally lost and doesn’t have a clue where he is or what’s happening.
But then – every single time – Joe Biden does what he’s been trained to do in these situations. His right hand goes into his pocket. Then he smiles that big Joe Biden politician smile that we all recognize after 47 years of this guy being in office. Then he answers the question.
When Joe Biden gets confused, he reaches into his pocket and turns on the implant. Whoever is talking to him on the other end instructs him to smile and then starts relaying answers to him until he gets back on track. Joe hears it because the implant receives a wireless signal and vibrates the bones in his skull.
The body language experts have also noticed that whenever Biden is receiving instructions through the implant, he cannot make eye contact with the person asking him a question. This is a natural response. Even a young, healthy and spry young mind like Donald Trump’s cannot receive communication input from two sources at once. Joe Biden has to look away from the speaker in order to listen to his handlers, which is why he always looks down when he’s being asked a question. He’s not thinking or listening intently; he’s receiving instructions from his handlers on which set of talking points to rattle off.
Now we know. And now you know what to watch for during the debates. If Joe Biden looks terrorized and completely lost and confused, he’ll reach into his pocket to turn on his skull implant and then he’ll smile. Every time. We also know why Joe Biden completely vanished from the campaign trail during July. He wasn’t just hiding in his basement. He was getting his implant installed and recovering from surgery.
C'mon Doodoo, y'all just gotta post the link to this claptrap. You haven't given the MAGA ra-ra boys here enough clues so they can find it all by themselves. Y'kno, the "both hands and a flashlight" sorta guidance?
Excellent and very informative post Doodoo .. explains a lot..

DM looked into have a skull zapper fitted , very expensive so decided to go wit the tried n trusted method ive used in the past .. 10 large bottles of chang and a vindaloo .

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Post by Khun Paul » October 5, 2020, 11:46 am

This article piched from an American site says it all, sadly : Trump is the most important person, bugger the peons !


Though it has thrown the nation into chaos, the fact that Donald Trump has contracted the coronavirus should not be especially surprising—after all, he has been careless about measures to control the virus, and protect his own health, for months. Nor should it come as a surprise that the White House is offering partial, misleading, and contradictory information. That has been a reliable theme of the Trump presidency.

What does still shock is the recklessness with which Trump treated the health and lives of those closest to him. Despite being potentially exposed to a virus he described in February as “deadly stuff,” the president apparently took no measures to protect his political advisers, aides, and donors, and largely left them in the dark once he had tested positive.

Chris Christie, the former governor of New Jersey, helped prepare Trump in the days leading up to Tuesday night’s debate. He later said that no one at the sessions was wearing a mask. He reportedly learned of Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosis only from news reports, and was not informed by the White House. Christie has now tested positive and been admitted to a hospital. Trump’s campaign manager, Bill Stepien, has also tested positive, and reportedly has flu-like symptoms. It’s unclear when Trump last got a coronavirus test, but the debate moderator, Chris Wallace, said he arrived too late to get one before Tuesday’s debate, and was allowed in on the “honor system,” a perilous choice for this president.

Trump’s indifference to the welfare of others extends to the circle of close advisers who surround him and the wider White House staff. As my colleague Peter Nicholas has reported, there have been practically no serious efforts at coronavirus control at the White House. Once Trump was diagnosed, aides were left confused and in the dark. According to reports from Axios and New York magazine, staffers had no information about the president’s condition and no instructions about what they should do for their own health.

At a press conference yesterday morning, the president’s team said that the White House medical unit and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention were conducting contact tracing on those around the president, but The Washington Post reported that “there was little evidence on Saturday that the White House or the campaign had reached out to these potentially exposed people, or even circulated guidance to the rattled staffers within the White House complex.” It now appears that the CDC is not actually involved in tracing. As of today, senior White House staffers were still not wearing masks, which would help prevent them from further spreading the virus if infected.

Trump’s indifference extended far beyond the White House to the wealthy donors keeping his struggling reelection campaign afloat. The Trump adviser Hope Hicks began feeling ill Wednesday evening. By Thursday, Trump was reportedly showing some signs of illness, and was tested. Yet on Wednesday and Thursday, Trump went to fundraisers in Minnesota and New Jersey, respectively. At the Minnesota event, attendees sang karaoke, even though singing is an especially productive way to spread the virus. At the New Jersey event, attendees shelled out as much as $250,000 to hobnob with the president.

These donors, too, learned the news of Trump’s diagnosis from the media, and they were understandably panicked, according to CNBC. By Friday morning, they had received no communication. Later, the campaign sent a generic, unsigned email telling them to consult with a medical provider if they or their loved ones fell ill.

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, a Republican, told CNN today that Ohio officials had not received any communication or information about contact tracing, even though members of the Trump team (and perhaps the president himself) were likely infected during Tuesday’s debate in Cleveland.

Trump’s behavior also endangers any number of other people, including the Democratic candidate, Joe Biden, and any members of his staff or family who attended the debate. (So far, Biden has tested negative, but experts say that he will not be in the clear for several days.)

But these are his political adversaries, and Trump has long since abandoned any pretense of being the president of all Americans. He openly demonizes half of the country, warning of radical leftists, socialists, and interlopers, and positions himself as the president of only those who are on his team. Yet Trumpism has always been built on contempt for his base. During the 2016 campaign, he claimed to hate the media, even while frantically courting its attention. He promised that Mexico would pay for a wall at the southern U.S. border, a patently false claim. As my colleague McKay Coppins recently reported, Trump mocks the Christians who form a crucial part of his backing.

Trump’s approach to the pandemic has been an extension of this contempt—not only for those Americans who don’t support him, but for all Americans. He has counseled the rapid reopening of the economy and schools, believing that it will benefit his reelection campaign, and tried to dampen worries about the virus, despite his own private musings about its lethality. Even after Herman Cain, a former Republican presidential candidate and steadfast backer, died of the coronavirus after attending a rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Trump continued to hold in-person events and mock Biden for socially distancing, wearing a mask, and attending few in-person events.

At every turn, it has been possible for some of Trump’s supporters to comfort themselves: Well, yes, he’s disdainful of some people who back him; I am one of the chosen few whom he truly respects. The reckless disregard the president has shown even for his closest aides and donors this week should dispel that impression. It doesn’t matter how close with the president you are—there should be no expectation that he will make any effort to protect you from a deadly disease, or that this administration will act to inform you or help you if you’ve been exposed. After this week, why would anyone believe that Trump has their best interests at heart?

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Post by anefarious1 » October 5, 2020, 12:48 pm

Anyone know if Trump is still calling for Biden to be drug tested? Is he still making malicious inferences in regards to Biden's health and cognitive ability?

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Post by tamada » October 5, 2020, 1:45 pm

Khun Paul wrote:
October 5, 2020, 11:46 am
This article piched from an American site says it all, sadly : Trump is the most important person, bugger the peons !
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Link below.

https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archi ... ss/616610/

How come some members can't copy/paste the url instead of posting the whole enchilada? Post some salient extracts, add relevant comments BUT post the link as well. That's forum etiquette.

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Post by papafarang » October 5, 2020, 2:40 pm

Guarantee Trump is hoping he infected Biden , because that's the kind of guy he is. What I do like about Trump is he has shown how democracy is a fallacy ,how one man given power can use it just for his own advantage .he just terrorised everyone he came up against ,from political advisors to senators in the republican party .don't matter who you are your going under the bus. My way or the highway. Total ruthlessness . and before anyone says democracy is the be all and end all...explain exactly how we got to a divided america,divided world ,where white power is acceptable ,where violence against the people is acceptable. Where poverty ,death,unemployment is just part of being american. One party state or two party . what's the difference really. Long live individual Trump... He is who he is :lol:
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Post by dudscar46 » October 5, 2020, 3:21 pm

Papafarang, we’ll stated, how so many people cannot see through this man is beyond belief.


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Post by dudscar46 » October 5, 2020, 3:26 pm

With all this covet19 debacle going on with Trump,the tax returns and the 420 mil he owes is now off topic.


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Post by papafarang » October 5, 2020, 8:14 pm

dudscar46 wrote:
October 5, 2020, 3:21 pm
Papafarang, we’ll stated, how so many people cannot see through this man is beyond belief.


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Reminds me of a real dark version of the film ' Being there' . He's managed to get a nation to turn on itself. Hate is his weapon of choice . everyone is a nobody as far as he's concerned .He's a cult personality .just like the north Korean leader ,some people do actually believe him ,love him ,trust in him. Yes a dark comedy for sure
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Post by Mosquito » October 6, 2020, 10:24 am

After the Texas IG's recent criminal charges (on top of the 3-4 year investigation he's under), decided to check on Rep vs Dem criminal indictments. Wow, data/facts found actually surprised me (only the lopsided numbers) !!!

https://www.politifact.com/factchecks/2 ... p-reagan-/

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Post by Mosquito » October 7, 2020, 3:50 am

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said Tuesday at the National Association for Business Economics annual meeting.
A second wave of coronavirus could "more significantly limit economic activity, not to mention the tragic effects on lives and well-being," Powell said. "Managing this risk as the expansion continues will require following medical experts' guidance, including using masks and social-distancing measures."
In addition to gaining control of the pandemic, Powell reiterated his calls for more fiscal stimulus aimed at supporting America's most vulnerable.
But just hours after Powell's appeal, President Donald Trump halted negotiations for a new stimulus package. "I have instructed my representatives to stop negotiating until after the election when, immediately after I win, we will pass a major Stimulus Bill that focuses on hardworking Americans and Small Business, he said on Twitter.
Yet Powell said Tuesday that the risks of Congress pouring too much stimulus into the economy are far lower than the risk of not doing enough. Although government spending is adding to an already sky-high federal budget, lawmakers should act, Powell argued.
"The US federal budget is on an unsustainable path, has been for some time," Powell said. But "this is not the time to give priority to those concerns."

My Question/Opinion: Is Trump trying to ruin the US Economy, guess this'll make Putin happy!!!

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Post by Khun Paul » October 7, 2020, 7:08 am

Now he has stopped STIMULUS TALKS, until after he is re-elected, the arrogance and selfishness of that man is beyond belief, as tens of thousands of Americans will suffer to feed his ego

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Post by Kenr6583 » October 7, 2020, 7:11 am

Khun Paul wrote:
October 7, 2020, 7:08 am
Now he has stopped STIMULUS TALKS, until after he is re-elected, the arrogance and selfishness of that man is beyond belief, as tens of thousands of Americans will suffer to feed his ego
Tens of thousands? More like millions. Maybe those steroids he took did f*** with his head.

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Post by Khun Paul » October 7, 2020, 8:39 am

Kenr6583 wrote:
October 7, 2020, 7:11 am
Khun Paul wrote:
October 7, 2020, 7:08 am
Now he has stopped STIMULUS TALKS, until after he is re-elected, the arrogance and selfishness of that man is beyond belief, as tens of thousands of Americans will suffer to feed his ego
Tens of thousands? More like millions. Maybe those steroids he took did f*** with his head.
How as a brainless moron, nowt up there to upset

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Post by newtovillagelife » October 7, 2020, 9:34 am

If he can't win the election, then destroy as much of America as he can for the next guy. Sounds just like something Trump would do. Couldn't happen to a nicer country :D

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Post by Mosquito » October 7, 2020, 9:46 am

newtovillagelife wrote:
October 7, 2020, 9:34 am
If he can't win the election, then destroy as much of America as he can for the next guy. Sounds just like something Trump would do. Couldn't happen to a nicer country :D
What the Hell!!!! No country deserves this amount of sxxt, no matter how screwed up it is.

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Post by Kenr6583 » October 9, 2020, 9:05 am

Mosquito wrote:
October 6, 2020, 10:24 am
After the Texas IG's recent criminal charges (on top of the 3-4 year investigation he's under), decided to check on Rep vs Dem criminal indictments. Wow, data/facts found actually surprised me (only the lopsided numbers) !!!

https://www.politifact.com/factchecks/2 ... p-reagan-/
This is why Trump is on Barr's ass. The POTUS is pissed off right now because AG Barr hasn't arrested anyone from the Obama administration. I guess Barr is on his way out soon.

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Post by Doodoo » October 9, 2020, 9:18 am

Trump wanting Barr to arrest more???

Sounds like we are going back in history Stalin, Adolf, Castro and a few more

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Post by newtovillagelife » October 9, 2020, 9:20 am

Trump is tweeting to Liberate Michigan....glad to see the POTUS is supporting a Militia takeover of MIchigan Government...Banana Republic on the way.....

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