Tuesday 14th of July 2020

as the liberal media hate trump beyond hypocrisy, conservative news outlets see the positive...


Apparently untroubled by charges of hypocrisy, US President Donald Trump has played golf for the first time since declaring the coronavirus pandemic a national emergency more than two months ago.

His return to the course on Saturday was the latest sign that he wants the country back to pre-outbreak times, even as the US death toll from the virus nears 100,000, twice what he once predicted it would be.

It has also given further ammunition to critics who have contrasted his current actions with the 2014 blast he directed at Barack Obama’s regular golf outings when he was president.

“Can you believe that with all of the problems and difficulties facing the US, President Obama spent the day playing golf. Worse than Carter,” Trump tweeted during the Ebola epidemic in West Africa.


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star spangled banner and a firework display...


Trump then approached the wreath, paused in reflection and touched it before rejoining Pence and Esper, again saluting during a playing of “Taps.”

Cabinet members including Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao joined Trump at the event.

Later on Monday, Trump is scheduled to visit Fort McHenry, a retired island fortress outside Baltimore whose defiance of a British attack in 1814 inspired Francis Scott Key to write the “Star Spangled Banner.”

Trump’s trip to Baltimore faces opposition from some local officials, and comes as Trump encourages states to reopen their economies after more than two months of coronavirus-triggered shutdowns. Baltimore remains under a stay-at-home order.

The Fort McHenry trip is one of the first Trump has taken as he resumes domestic travel. This month he twice visited Camp David in Maryland and toured a mask factory in Arizona, a protective gear distribution center in Pennsylvania, and a ventilator production facility in Michigan.

This weekend, Trump returned to his northern Virginia golf course for the first time since the crisis began — golfing both days. This week, he’s scheduled to watch a SpaceX rocket launch in Florida. On July 3, he will attend a fireworks display at Mount Rushmore in South Dakota.


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when twitter becomes a political commentator...

Twitter has warned its users about the veracity of the comments made by Donald Trump on the possibility of electoral fraud induced by postal voting.


A report that challenges, the subject dividing Republicans and Democrats. The information war has just entered a new phase with the approach of the presidential election in the United States. The social network Twitter — the preferred means of communication for American President Donald Trump — has indeed decided to publish a warning under a message from the Head of State, questioning, in fact, its veracity.


The message in question concerned postal voting and the risks of fraud it entails, particularly in the State of California. For weeks, the Democratic camp has been pushing to generalize this practice during the upcoming election, arguing that it will be essential in a context of health crisis. California Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom has signed a decree for every voter to receive mail-in ballots in the November 2020 general election. opens the door to massive fraud. The party has also legally challenged this decree which "violates the voting rights of citizens" and invites, according to him, fraud.


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So Twitter has finally chosen sides on political fake news, which are rampant in the USA... By editorialising about a Tweet by the Donald, it has rescinded its privileges of a "platform", whether Donald Trump is correct or not... Politics is about pushing the possibilities of the game of rules. Twitter has no right to say anything. It is to others to fight against the Donald.


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Meanwhile, Obama should be more discreet when playing golf,

while Michelle urged people to stay home... Is this correct?

Has the Liberal media been one-eyed about trump playing golf?


Meanwhile: Is Cuomo, the full-quid?

First he blamed nursing homes, then he blamed President Trump — and now Gov. Andrew Cuomo is attacking The Post for shining light on his widely panned state policy barring nursing homes from turning away coronavirus-positive patients, which may have fueled more than 5,000 deaths in the facilities.

“There are columnists who made this point at The Post who are 100 percent supportive of Donald Trump and that’s fine — but then believe, you know, we have to kill all Democrats,” Cuomo told reporters in Washington, DC, when asked whether the mandate came up during his meeting with the president about an hour earlier.

“I get it, I understand it,” Cuomo said from the National Press Club. “They’re open in their support of the Trump administration, and I guess their attitude is to be pro-Donald Trump, you have to be anti-Democrat, which I don’t really understand.”

Cuomo has been under bipartisan fire for his Health Department’s March 25 mandate prohibiting nursing homes from turning away those who have tested positive for the bug, despite repeatedly acknowledging that the facilities’ elderly populations are among the most vulnerable.

In announcing a probe by the state attorney general’s office not of his policy but of nursing homes, Cuomo has maintained that the facilities always had not just a right but a responsibility to seek alternate arrangements for patients they were unable to care for.


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Is it about time the Democrats did things for the USA, not just against Donald J Trump?

voters' apathy isn't freedom...

There is a lot to be said about the compulsory voting in Australia. Most people agree that whether the result is fair or not, conpulsory voting is giving a fair chance to democracy, depsite the rorts of governments and the slanted media outlets. Al least we can say "blame me for the dork, or don't blame me for the idiot"... If you don't vote you have no right to complain. Another problem occured with "postal votes", when more people choose to cheat on their circumstances — and when the political scandals have not been exhausted (we know: never.  But this until the day of voting while postal votes can be placed way ahead of vote-day...). Meanwhile:


Zuckerberg's remarks come as President Trump is set to sign an Executive Order concerning social media companies after Twitter placed "fact-checks" on a couple of his tweets.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said on Wednesday his company did not share views of Twitter on fact-checking, adding that he does not think that Facebook, or any other platform company, should be in the position to decide what is actually true.

"We have a different policy than, I think, Twitter on this", Zuckerberg said in an interview with the Daily Briefing. "I just believe strongly that Facebook shouldn't be the arbiter of truth of everything that people say online. Private companies probably shouldn't be, especially these platform companies, shouldn't be in the position of doing that."

Zuckerberg also said that government censorship of social was also not the right option.

"I'll have to understand what they actually would intend to do, but in general I think a government choosing to censor a platform because they're worried about censorship doesn't exactly strike me as the right reflex there", he said.

On Tuesday, Trump posted a couple of tweets saying that mail-in ballots would lead to fraud in the November election. Moments later, his tweets were flagged with warning labels that said "Get the facts about mail-in ballots", with the company saying the tweets could "contain potentially misleading information". The label links to a curated page with links and summaries of articles describing how Trump's claims on mail-in ballots are unfounded.

Trump considered the move to be another attempt to silence conservative voices in the United States, warning later that "action would follow".


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saluting the flag...

From the master, Cathy Wilcox...



Read from top. Apparently the alignment of the planets is quite bad for 2020... I only go with my gut feelings... Crap in, crap out...