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#1551870 --- 07/08/20 03:05 AM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: Formermac]
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Donald Trump's niece Mary Trump levels scathing criticism at the President in her forthcoming book, accusing him of being a "sociopath" and charging that Trump's "hubris and willful ignorance" dating back to his early days threatens the country.

Mary Trump's book, "Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man," accuses Donald Trump's father of creating a toxic family dynamic that best explains how the President acts today. Mary Trump, whose father, Freddy Trump, died following struggles with alcoholism, writes that she could "no longer remain silent" following the past three years of Trump's presidency.
Too Much and Never Enough by Mary L. Trump from Simon & Schuster
Too Much and Never Enough by Mary L. Trump from Simon & Schuster
"Donald, following the lead of my grandfather and with the complicity, silence and inaction of his siblings, destroyed my father. I can't let him destroy my country," Mary Trump wrote in the book, a copy of which was obtained by CNN.
Mary Trump writes that some of the book is based on her own memory, and in parts she reconstructed some dialogue based on what she was told by some members of the family and others, as well as legal documents, bank statements, tax returns and other documents.
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Mary Trump's book is the second tell-all in as many months to present a withering portrait of the President -- and like former national security adviser John Bolton, her book sparked an unsuccessful legal campaign to stop its publication. Mary Trump's book doesn't include explosive accusations about Trump's actions in the Oval Office like Bolton's, but it adds rich details to the portrait of how Trump became the self-styled real estate tycoon and media celebrity which he parlayed into the presidency, largely through the financial backing and support of his father.
The explosive tell-all book by Trump&#39;s niece is coming out two weeks earlier than expected
The explosive tell-all book by Trump's niece is coming out two weeks earlier than expected
White House deputy press secretary Sarah Matthews said in a statement that the book "is clearly in the author's own financial self-interest."
"President Trump has been in office for over three years working on behalf of the American people -- why speak out now? The President describes the relationship he had with his father as warm and said his father was very good to him. He said his father was loving and not at all hard on him as a child," Matthews said.
The book comes at a challenging time in Trump's presidency as he struggles to contain the coronavirus pandemic and presides over a country reckoning with systemic racism. He also trails his 2020 Democratic rival Joe Biden in recent polling.
Mary Trump, a licensed clinical psychologist, offers both her take on Trump's actions in the White House -- charging he's shown "a blatant display of sociopathic disregard for human life" over the coronavirus pandemic -- as well as episodes throughout Trump's business career, Trump's handling of her father's struggle with alcoholism and dysfunction and infighting within the family. She writes that Trump's father, Fred Trump, "dismantled his oldest son," Freddy Trump, Mary's father and Trump's brother.
"The only reason Donald escaped the same fate is that his personality served his father's purpose. That's what sociopaths do: they co-opt others and use them toward their own ends--ruthlessly and efficiently, with no tolerance for dissent or resistance," Mary Trump writes.
She writes at length about how she sees Trump, comparing him to a three-year-old, saying he "knows he has never been loved" and arguing that Trump's "ego is a fragile thing that must be bolstered every moment because he knows deep down that he is nothing of what he claims to be."
She even claimed that Trump even paid someone to take the SAT tests for him to help him get into the University of Pennsylvania. Trump was "worried that his grade point average, which put him far from the top of his class, would scuttle his efforts to get accepted."
She writes that he enlisted "a smart kid with a reputation for being a good test taker, to take his SATs for him," adding the test-taker was compensated for the effort.
"Donald, who never lacked for funds, paid his buddy well," Mary Trump writes.
Trump initially attended Fordham University in New York as an undergraduate before transferring to Penn's Wharton School.
Matthews said in a statement that the SAT allegation was "absurd" and "completely false."
'It might be useful to have a close relative on the bench'
Investigation into Trump&#39;s sister ends with her retirement
Investigation into Trump's sister ends with her retirement
Mary Trump says that she didn't take her uncle's run for president seriously at first, and didn't think Donald Trump did either.
" 'He's a clown,' my aunt Maryanne said during one of our regular lunches at the time. 'This will never happen,' " Mary Trump wrote.
During the campaign, Mary Trump says her aunt, former federal judge Maryanne Trump Barry, accused Donald Trump of using Freddy Trump's death "for political purposes" by citing it while addressing the opioids crisis.
Mary Trump also claims that Donald Trump helped his sister to obtain an open seat in the US District Court for the District of New Jersey, through his friend and lawyer, Roy Cohn.
"Maryanne thought it would be a great fit, and Donald thought it might be useful to have a close relative on the bench in a state in which he planned to do a lot of business," she writes. "Cohn gave Attorney General Ed Meese a call, and Maryanne was nominated in September and confirmed in October."
Mary Trump also noted in the book her aunt Maryanne insisted she earned her judgeship on her own merit.
CNN has reached out to representatives of Trump Barry for comment.
Trump Barry wouldn't have ruled on any cases directly related to the Trump Organization or her family. After her service on the district court, she was elevated to a federal appeals court by President Bill Clinton in 1999. In 2018, the judiciary investigated whether she broke judicial conduct rules related to financial transactions in the 1980s and 1990s.
She retired in 2019, ending the investigation before it reached any conclusions.
'Undermine an adversary'
Mary Trump reveals how she became a top source for The New York Times
Mary Trump reveals how she became a top source for The New York Times
Trump's niece describes what she says is the psychological hold that Fred Trump, the President's father, had over his children, particularly Freddy and Donald. She writes how lying in order to please and appease their father was "a way of life," and how Donald essentially watched his older brother Fred's failings to adapt and become his father's favored son.
Freddy had a brief and tumultuous career as a pilot for TWA in the early 1960s, just before Mary was born. This came after Freddy left the Trump company after he was supposed to become heir to the family business. Mary writes that Fred saw her father's decision to leave Trump Management to become a pilot as "a betrayal, and he had no intention of letting his oldest son forget it."
The way Mary Trump tells it, Freddy's fraught relationship with their father left an opening which Donald saw and took advantage of. According to Mary, the underlying message of this early brotherly competition Fred fostered was one of winning.
"Whether Donald understood the underlying message or not, Fred did: in family, as in life, there could be only one winner; everybody else had to lose," she writes.
The stormy relationship she describes between Fred and Freddy Trump seem to echo accounts of how Donald, Freddy's younger brother, expects undying loyalty from those around him and seeks control over those people's lives and decisions.
Freddy, Mary writes, would tell friends about the "constant barrage of abuse" he was receiving from his father after getting the job at TWA.
"Donald may not have understood the origin of their father's contempt for Freddy and his decision to become a professional pilot, but he had the bull's unerring instinct for finding the most effective way to undermine an adversary," Mary Trump writes.
She also traced some of Donald Trump's current behavior back to his childhood, enabled by his father.
"Donald began to realize that there was nothing he could do wrong, so he stopped trying to do anything 'right.' He became bolder and more aggressive because he was rarely challenged or held to account by the only person in the world who mattered -- his father," Mary writes.
Mary Trump described her own father's death from a heart attack at age 42 as a regretful episode that illustrated the dysfunctional family dynamics of her grandfather and uncle. Despite having long-standing financial ties to nearby hospitals -- including a whole wing named for the Trump family at Jamaica Hospital -- no one sought medical help for her father, who had suffered from alcoholism and a faulty heart valve, for weeks as he was ailing in their family home.
"A single phone call would have guaranteed the best treatment for their son at either facility. No call was made," she writes.
'Master of the universe'
Mary Trump recounts the President's rise to prominence in New York real estate as largely the result of Fred Trump's financial and behind-the-scenes support, which she said was necessary to compensate for Donald's shortcomings.
She also traces what she views as an aptitude toward authoritarians to Donald Trump's earlier days working with famed lawyer Roy Cohn in the 1980s.
At the same time, she recounts Trump's apparent disinterest at her father's decline into depression and alcoholism, which she characterizes as spurred partly by her grandfather's decision to elevate Donald instead of Freddy as his right-hand man and successor.
Throughout, Mary Trump portrays the support Donald received from his father as critical to his attempts to create a brand for himself as a "master of the universe" with a preternatural ability for business.
"His comfort with portraying that image, along with his father's favor and the material security his father's wealth afforded him, gave him the unearned confidence to pull off what even at the beginning was a charade: selling himself not just as a rich playboy but as a brilliant, self-made businessman," she writes. "In those early days, that expensive endeavor was being enthusiastically, if clandestinely, funded by my grandfather."
As she tracks Donald's rise in his father's company, she also identifies some of the origins of his current behaviors, be it dishonesty or a lack of empathy. She cites Cohn, who had worked on Sen. Joseph McCarthy's committee investigating alleged communist activity in the US, as a formative model.
"Fred had also primed Donald to be drawn to men such as Cohn, as he would later be drawn to authoritarians such as Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-un or anyone else, really, with a willingness to flatter and the power to enrich him," she writes.
Mary Trump writes she believed Trump's father helped create who the President became, giving him the false impression of success by propping up many failed endeavors.
"Donald was to my grandfather what the border wall has been for Donald: a vanity project funded at the expense of more worthy pursuits," she writes.
Fight over Fred Trump's will
Mary Trump says she was cut out of her grandfather Fred's will as a result of her father's death, which sparked a years' long legal battle. She writes that Robert Trump, her uncle and Donald Trump's younger brother, explained to her that she was largely excluded because her father died of alcoholism, and wasn't around to inherit a share of the fortune. The grandfather also hated Mary Trump's mother.
Because of these disputes, Mary Trump and her brother ended up suing the Trump family, reaching a settlement that included the non-disclosure agreement that arose up during the book rollout.
Mary Trump also accused Donald Trump of trying to "steal vast sums of money from his siblings" by secretly trying to change his ailing father's will to write his siblings out of control of the family's fortune.
According to the book, after Maryanne Trump Barry and her husband had a lawyer look into it, the Trump family patriarch's will was rewritten so the four siblings including Donald would have power over the estate and receive equal amounts.
"Maryanne would say years later, 'We would have been penniless. Elizabeth would have been begging on a street corner. We would have had to beg Donald if we wanted a cup of coffee.' It was 'sheer luck' that they had stopped the scheme," Mary Trump writes.
The book also provides other colorful, sometimes lighter, observations of the Trump family dynamic, such as a description of Christmas gifts she received from Donald and Ivana. One year, Mary Trump writes they gave her a three-pack of underwear from Bloomingdales. Another year, they gave her an obviously re-gifted basket with crackers, sardines and a salami -- with an imprint in the cellophane wrap where a tin of caviar had been.
Legal battle over book's publication
Mary Trump's book is being published two weeks early by Simon & Schuster on July 14, amid high demand following a court battle over its release. The publisher has already printed 75,000 copies of the book, according to court filings.
After the book was disclosed last month, the President's younger brother Robert Trump took legal action to block its publication. Robert Trump briefly won an injunction against Mary Trump and Simon & Schuster in New York State Supreme Court, but an appellate court lifted the temporary restraining order against the publisher the next day.
The restraining order is still in place against Mary Trump, so she is unable to comment publicly.
Her spokesman, Chris Bastardi, said Monday: "The act by a sitting president to muzzle a private citizen is just the latest in a series of disturbing behaviors."
CNN's Kevin Liptak, Michael Warren, Clare Foran, Holmes Lyband, Betsy Klein, Tara Subramaniam, Marshall Cohen, Katelyn Polantz and Maegan Vazquez contributed to t
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#1551872 --- 07/08/20 03:09 AM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: Formermac]
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#1551885 --- 07/08/20 12:51 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: ThomasDecker]
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COVER-UP: Cuomo Investigates Himself, Finds He's Not at Fault for Deadly COVID-19 Nursing Home Policy

Downstate New York isn’t just the hot spot of the coronavirus pandemic in the United States, but the entire world. Without a doubt, Governor Andrew Cuomo’s nursing home policy contributed significantly to this. On March 25, Cuomo ordered nursing homes to accept patients regardless of their coronavirus status. Even then it was well-known that the elderly were more vulnerable to the virus, yet Cuomo defended the policy. Nursing homes “don’t have a right to object. That is the rule and that is the regulation and they have to comply with that,” Cuomo said in April. He finally rescinded the order on May 11, but the damage had been done. Cuomo enabled a massive outbreak in New York nursing homes and then tried to cover it up with bogus coronavirus stats.

But the cover-up is still happening. Cuomo’s administration “investigated” the policy and its impact, and predictably concluded that the decision to send patients who tested positive for the coronavirus into nursing homes was not a “significant factor” in the thousands of deaths that occurred in nursing home facilities statewide.

Instead, the 33-page Cuomo administration report blamed nursing home staff and visitors for unknowingly infecting nursing home patients. The report, which Cuomo praised, was issued by Health Commissioner Dr. Howard Zucker, a Cuomo-appointee. Cuomo then claimed criticism of the nursing home policy was based on “pure politics.”

“You had this political conspiracy that the deaths in nursing homes were preventable,” Cuomo said. “And now the report has the facts and the facts tell the exact opposite story.”

This report conveniently was presented as state lawmakers are discussing holding private hearings on Cuomo’s nursing home policy.

New York Senate Minority Leader Rob Ortt called the Cuomo administration report “an insult” to every New Yorker who lost a loved one in a nursing home. Nursing home patients represent a mere 0.46 percent of the United States population but account for at least 43 percent of all coronavirus deaths. “The Cuomo administration’s failure to accept responsibility for their disastrous response has been outrageous, but to blame family members who have suffered devastating losses – who were not even able to say goodbye at funerals – is the ultimate low,” Ortt added.

Dr. Betsy McCaughey, Ph.D., a constitutional scholar, bestselling author, and healthcare expert, said back in May that Governor Andrew Cuomo’s deadly nursing home policy during the coronavirus pandemic likely cost 10,000 lives, double the state’s official numbers. “It’s hard to know what’s worse, the dying or the lying.”

Cuomo has tried to deflect responsibility for the policy, claiming he was merely following Trump’s policy, referring to an administration statement from March 13. “Sorry, Governor, but you’re twisting what the statement said,” McCaughey said. “The administration recommended nursing homes should admit patients even if they were coming from a hospital battling COVID-19, not that patients with COVID-19 themselves should be admitted.”


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#1551886 --- 07/08/20 12:56 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: ThomasDecker]
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Ghislaine likely apprehended on Jun 29th, and currently in GITMO

https://www.monkeywerxus.com/blog/get-maxwell-just-as-i-suspected

This is an interesting take, and probable given the craziness of everything as of late.

Get Maxwell… Just as I Suspected.
Guantanamo Bay
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I think I may be showing my age with that intro header; but here are all of the available data-points I can find on the Ghislaine Maxwell case as it relates to the court docs, hideout and the flight data:

First up - The Federal Bureau of Prisons has a website by which you can look up inmates - this database goes all the way back to the 80’s and for the most part with few exceptions contains anyone that has ever been incarcerated in their system.

Currently, she is showing at Brooklyn MDC and all visitors have been suspended until further notice - I suspect that is due to COVID and not her. However, I am not fully convinced she is actually in there given the lack of security and situation that happened with Epstein. I am also finding a lot of holes in the reporting relative to the arrest date, the take-down as well as the supposed house she was in. Time will tell; but let me share my findings and let you decide for yourself.

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#1551887 --- 07/08/20 12:57 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: ThomasDecker]
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Originally Posted By: ThomasDecker


The questions are disturbing to a spectacular degree. If Dr. Fauci has known since 2005 of the effectiveness of HCQ, why hasn’t it been administered immediately after people show symptoms, as Dr. Zelenko has done? Maybe then nobody would have died and nobody would have been incarcerated in place except the sick, which is who a quarantine is for in the first place. To paraphrase Jesus, it’s not the symptom-free who need HCQ but the sick. And they need it at the first sign of symptoms.

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#1551893 --- 07/08/20 02:24 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: ThomasDecker]
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https://www.rawstory.com/2020/07/trump-p...ts-and-muslims/

Trump plans to spend his second term crushing his enemies — and he doesn’t just mean immigrants and Muslims

His post-impeachment purge will be child’s play compared to what he’ll do in a second term. With henchmen like Attorney General Bill Barr, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe newly emboldened by Trump’s re-election, I don’t even want to think what will become of those the president considers his political enemies in a second term.

That same man, unchanged, was sitting in the White House when the Black Lives Matter protests against police brutality broke out last month. We all saw his reaction. This is the cause he’s been waiting for his whole life.
Trump knows that if he is re-elected he will have virtually unlimited power, and he is promising his followers that he is going to use it to fight the culture war. He’s not being metaphorical. He means it quite literally. If you want to know Donald Trump’s agenda for a second term, this is it.
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#1551899 --- 07/08/20 06:38 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: ThomasDecker]
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#1551900 --- 07/08/20 07:20 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: ThomasDecker]
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#1551903 --- 07/08/20 07:40 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: ThomasDecker]
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Trump threatens to cut funding of schools that don't reopen 01:59
Washington (CNN)As the coronavirus crisis expands, President Donald Trump said Tuesday that he would "pressure" governors to open schools in time for the beginning of the coming school year.

He applied some pressure on Wednesday morning. In a tweet in which he accused Democrats, with no evidence, of wanting to keep schools closed for political reasons related to the November election, Trump said he "may cut off funding" if schools are not opened.
Facts First: Trump can't unilaterally cut current federal funding for schools. However, he could possibly restrict some recent pandemic relief funding -- which would likely be challenged in court -- and refuse to sign future legislation for federal grants and bailouts for schools.

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Congress holds the power of the purse, and while Trump and his administration have previously proposed cutting federal grants for schools as well as the Education Department's budget, Congress has continued to reject these proposals.
Congress also has oversight power when it comes to federal grants. A May 2019 report from the Congressional Research Service on federal grants to state and local governments states "as with all legislation generally, Congress oversees the grant's implementation to ensure that the federal administrating agency is held accountable."
On Wednesday, House Democrats dismissed the idea that Trump could unilaterally cut funding for schools.
"Congress provides federal education funding to support some of the most vulnerable young people in our country," said Evan Hollander, a spokesman for the Democrats on the House Appropriations Committee. "The President has no authority to cut off funding for these students, and threatening to do so to prop up his flailing campaign is offensive."
Also, according to the Congressional Research Service, the federal government provided 8.3% of funding for public elementary and secondary schools in 2015-2016, the last year for which a detailed funding breakdown was available. State governments provided 47%, local governments 44.8%.
The bulk of federal funding for elementary and secondary schools is focused on disadvantaged students. The biggest chunk, about $16 billion in 2019, went to Title I grants, which go to schools with large proportions of low-income students. The second-biggest chunk, about $13.5 billion, was for special education.
Given the distribution of federal education funds, Martin Carnoy, a professor of education and economics at Stanford University, told CNN any cuts to federal funding would disproportionately impact low-income students.
"Most federal money goes to low-income kids, so any cuts would hurt that slice of the school population," Carnoy said. "Not going to hurt rich school districts. It's pretty perverse."
At Wednesday's coronavirus taskforce press briefing, CNN's Kaitlan Collins asked Vice President Mike Pence to explain why Trump was threatening to cut funding from schools at a time when educators say they need more money to they can safely reopen.
Pence replied that Trump's tweet represented a "determination to provide the kind of leadership from the federal level that says we're going to get our kids back to school because that's where they belong, and we know based upon what our best health officials tell us we can do that in a safe and responsible way."
Pence pointed to the $13.5 billion in federal education funds included in the Cares Act to support states in the midst of the pandemic, and also said he senses "a great desire among governors around the country to find a way forward, and we made it very clear to them we're going to partner with them providing them with the resources to impact that and also the supplies."
In an interview on CNN Wednesday morning, Obama-era administration Education Secretary Arne Duncan reiterated that the President lacks the authority to actually cut off education funding.
"No. Again he just, he bullies, he threatens it, the truth of the matter is very little money K-12 comes from the federal government," said Duncan.
Sean Corcoran, an associate professor of public policy and education at Vanderbilt University, told CNN, "President Trump's threat is almost -- though not entirely -- an empty one."
"States have reacted strongly in the past to threats to cut federal funding," Corcoran added. "But ultimately it is up to Congress -- who has the power of the purse -- to make these cuts, and I don't see that happening."
What can Trump do?
A Senate GOP source says that Trump has little authority to unilaterally cut off funding for schools. But if Trump wanted, the source says, the Trump administration could issue an interim final rule to block funding enacted in the March CARES Act for schools that don't reopen. The law provided $13 billion for school districts to cover Covid-19 costs. But going that route to block the funding administratively would undoubtedly lead to a court battle.
Many school and political officials argue that additional federal funding is greatly needed to safely reopen schools as state budgets have been significantly reduced in the wake of the pandemic. Trump has the power to reject any aid package that has not already been passed.
But his own party allies have been pushing for more pandemic-related education funding, not less.
On Wednesday, Pence also said the White House will seek to tie some funding in the next recovery package to schools reopening, a tall order that would require bipartisan support.
"As we work with Congress on the next round of state support, we're going to be looking for ways to give states a strong incentive and encouragement to get kids back to school," Pence said.
Senate Republicans are planning to unveil a stimulus bill that includes federal spending to reopen schools and childcare facilities which could be used for retrofitting classrooms, expanding busing so fewer kids would be on a bus together, paying for additional testing, technology for distance learning and PPE, according to multiple GOP aides.
While a price tag hasn't been settled on, it could be more than $30 billion for school districts -- which superintendents have called for -- to cover the costs of reopening and ensuring their schools can deal with measures to limit the spread of the virus.
Democrats have also included proposals to get schools reopened in their stimulus proposals.
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#1551908 --- 07/08/20 09:56 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: Formermac]
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#1551926 --- 07/09/20 12:54 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: ThomasDecker]
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https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/ty...damages-n622521

Madison Ave. Business Sues Cuomo, De Blasio for Riots, Estimates $100M in Damages

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#1551927 --- 07/09/20 01:06 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: ThomasDecker]
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>http://www.whatdoesitmean.com/index3267.htm

July 8, 2020 Exploding Leftist Head Pandemic Feared After Trump Achieves Coveted “Victimhood” Status By: Sorcha Faal…
An interesting new Security Council (SC) circulating in the Kremlin today takes a humorous turn when this transcript shows President Putin asking why The New Yorker magazine published an obviously fake news article yesterday absurdly claiming that Putin had taken the SAT’s for a young Donald Trump who was applying for college—a question answered by Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, who explained it was a parody article based on an accusation made in the book “Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man” written by Mary Trump, the daughter of the President Trump’s older brother, Fred Trump Jr., an airline pilot who suffered from alcoholism and died of a heart attack at the age of 42-years-old in 1981.
An answer that prompted President Putin to ask about other such claims this book makes—which saw Minister Lavrov answering that the most sensational one claims that Trump suffered “child abuse” at the hands of his father, who “caused him terror that would scar him for life”—a claim that prompted Member Valentina Matviyenko to ask if this makes Trump a “victim” according to leftist ideology—and was answered by Secretary Nikolai Patrushev, who said the correct term to use is “victimhood”, that he explained is a coveted status sought after by leftists because it makes them immune from being attacked by anyone about anything.
An explanation that prompted Member-Minister Konstantin Chuychenko to ask for examples of “victimhood”—which Secretary Patrushev provided by saying “victimhood” is conferred upon those having suffered any kind of real or imagined injury—that then caused Minister Lavrov to relate some recent facts about the radical socialist Democrat Party US Senator Tammy Duckworth, who won her coveted “victimhood” status when she lost her legs in combat while serving with the US military—but who yesterday was attacked by the #1 cable newsman in America named Tucker Carlson of Fox News, who called Senator Duckworth “a coward and a fraud” on his programme.
A segment President Trump then tweeted out to his over 83-million followers—that then caused socialist Democrat Party leader Joe Biden to slam both Carlson and Trump as “disgusting and sickening”—thus prompting Member Matviyenko to ask that since Trump has achieved “victimhood” status like Duckworth, is he now immune from being attacked like she is?—which Minister Lavrov answered by saying if that were to happen, he doubts that America could survive the pandemic of leftist heads exploding if Trump couldn’t be attacked anymore.
[Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]

In leaving behind its humorous discussion of “victimhood”, this report shows the Security Council assessing the dire warning just issued by former United States Senator Judd Gregg—a powerful Republican Party stalwart, who in his article “The Coming Biden Coup” says “the Democratic Party is “on the war path” against the nation’s history if it is not interpreted pursuant to their dogma”—a “war path”, Senator Gregg warns, that today sees socialists preparing to install one of their leaders as the Vice President running mate to Joe Biden—and should Biden be elected, would see these socialists invoking the 25th Amendment to immediately remove Biden from power because of his obvious dementia—which would then place in power a radical godless socialist tyrant the American people would never willingly vote for—and would destroy the United States…

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#1551932 --- 07/09/20 01:51 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: ThomasDecker]
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https://www.rawstory.com/2020/07/trump-s...out-of-control/

Trump spends morning hurling all-caps rage tweets while COVID-19 pandemic spirals out of control
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#1551944 --- 07/09/20 06:21 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: ThomasDecker]
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#1551954 --- 07/10/20 12:42 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: Formermac]
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Trump tells African-Americans to understand their history or 'you will go back to it again'

Greg Evans 29/06/2020
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#1551956 --- 07/10/20 01:30 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: Ben444]
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Trump's favorite line "You probably didn't know this" interpret meaning that he didn't know Jack until someone recently informed him. His problem, he doesn't understand the history of slavery and how after 400 years since it's inception, many minorities are seeing a resurgence of residuals relating to why it has become a 400 year battle. They understand it all so well. Now here is the predominant irony of Trump's thought, slavery is defined as the act of holding a individual hostage in terms of physical liberty or obstruction of one's Constitutional rights or an individual deeming themselves indentured servants who owes someone a favor, in this case. a loss of freedom., We are witnessing a total loss of one's Constitutional rights primarily in the White race who feel the need to give Trump their total and undivided allegiance. For their loyalty? death, high unemployment and a repeat of those things that ironically so a Black man lead them out of. Maybe just maybe they can understand why minorities tend to avoid those things which reminds them of slavery while many Whites are now embracing it. So who is truly in need of a lesson in history of slavery?
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#1551971 --- 07/11/20 10:50 AM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: Formermac]
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A smart German Female will state that in which hypocritical White Conservative spineless men won't...Kudos.
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#1551973 --- 07/11/20 12:28 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: Formermac]
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Hey Formermac, Thomas Decker is posting a lot less than the last few days. I bet we have him thinking how bad Trump is and is reconsidering his support of him. You think so? grin
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#1551974 --- 07/11/20 12:41 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: Ben444]
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Would be nice but I doubt it, maybe one day he'll understand who I actually am, one that does not take things personally and at the end of the day, I care more about your physical and mental welfare, as in this case, a sudden disappearance of anyone here has my mind thinking the worse, several months ago we lost a dear fellow poster to cancer. I'm praying that all is well with him and welcome his attempted antagonism.
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