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    'It will go away...'

    'I don't take responsibility at all...'

    'It's a hoax...'


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cujo View Post
    Will she get a pardon?
    ...probably not while he still has hopes of a second term...if he loses in Nov, however, a pardon is definitely a possibility...

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    ^ Fu@k me . . . that is frightening stuff. Sadly the thugs in uniform won't be taken to account

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    History according to Trump.
    Something went wrong there.
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    well, at least mexico paid for it.

    oh, wait...

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    . . . what an utter moron

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    The bald orange turd is still looking for a grift. The FBI have been planning for a long time to move HQ to a secure campus outside town.

    Baldy orange cunto would lose the FBI business, and worse, if a new hotel was developed there, he'd lose more.

    So what does a corrupt, baldy orange cunto do? Have a word with the lackeys of course.


    Under intense White House pressure, Senate Republicans agreed Monday to allocate $1.75 billion in their coronavirus relief bill toward the construction of a new D.C. headquarters for the FBI.

    But top Senate Republicans immediately began distancing themselves from the provision after it was made public, saying they werenít sure why the White House repeatedly insisted on putting it in the bill.

    <snip>

    Complicating efforts for a compromise are potential conflicts of interest stemming from Trumpís continued ownership of a hotel a block down Pennsylvania Avenue. Before Trump was elected, officials at his company raised concerns about a competing hotel possibly being built in place of the Hoover Building should the FBI relocate to the suburbs.
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/busin...mments-wrapper

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    President Donald Trump-116042296_10223478379094067_7227909439442272752_n-jpg

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    Ouch he'll be fucking livid about that one.

    I hope they show it on Fox.


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    I don't know whether to laugh or cry:

    Americans are suffering. Trump offers them a doctor who warns of sex with demons.

    President Trump speaks during the coronavirus task force briefing at the White House on July 23. (Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post)

    Opinion by David Von Drehle Columnist


    July 29, 2020 at 4:15 a.m. GMT+7

    According to the Mayo Clinic, endometriosis is “an often painful disorder in which tissue similar to the tissue that normally lines the inside of [the] uterus — the endometrium — grows outside [the] uterus.”

    Not so, says Stella Immanuel, a Houston pediatrician and spiritual leader of Fire Power Ministries, a pronouncedly non-orthodox church. Endometriosis and other potentially dangerous gynecological conditions are the residue of sexual intercourse with demons, Immanuel teaches. These demons, known as “spirit husbands” and “spirit wives” (you might prefer their pet names: Incubus and Succubus) once walked the Earth in physical form. After they drowned in Noah’s flood, however, they carried on only in non-corporeal form. They visit humans in sexy dreams, which aren’t dreams after all but spirit spouses making a booty call. The demons are responsible not only for diseases of the female reproductive system but also for male impotence, most financial troubles, marital discord and spiritual malaise.

    This is not Immanuel’s only diversion from the medical mainstream. She also maintains that alien DNA is a component of some therapeutic drugs and that government scientists are developing a vaccine to prevent religious faith. You can find these and other teachings of hers on YouTube.

    Or you can find Immanuel on President Trump’s Twitter feed, where she testifies to the power of hydroxychloroquine (yep! we’re back to that one) to cure covid-19 and assures the public that masks are not important to fighting the pandemic. More than 10 million Americans heard her advice, thanks in part to the president’s amplifying effect, before Facebook took down her page. In response, Immanuel threatened to have Jesus unplug Facebook’s servers.

    I guess there is no point in expressing my strong view that the president of the United States should not, in the midst of a deadly pandemic, pass along medical advice that undermines public health officials without good reason to believe that it comes from a qualified authority. The president doesn’t care.

    And I suppose it’s pointless to say to my Christian brothers and sisters in Trump’s dwindling camp that a man who raises the profile of a heretical preacher is not a friend of the faith. Many so-called evangelicals who stick with Trump gave up on evangelism — that is, winning people over through selfless acts of love and charity — long ago.

    I’m not sure there is much use in patiently explaining that fighting the novel coronavirus while doing as little damage as possible to the economy is a very significant challenge, requiring the best efforts and maximal good faith of every American — starting at the top. No bridge is long enough to span the abyss between “best efforts” and “spreading dangerous bull hockey from a woman who believes in disease-spreading orgiastic dream demons.”

    So, let me speak to those Republicans cowering in closets and hiding under stairs in Washington and the state capitals, muttering prayers that Trump might somehow calm the flames that threaten to consume them.

    Run away. Close your eyes and duck your heads and sprint as fast as you can away from Trump. Claim amnesia. Say you’ve been hiking the Appalachian Trail. Blame your spirit spouse — whatever. A fury is building in Middle America that has nothing to do with Russia or impeachment or “Access Hollywood.” It’s rising among people who managed to look past all of that to find something they liked about the president. And now he’s repaying them with a stubby middle finger in their faces.

    These folks don’t get daily covid-19 tests with results in 15 minutes. Their every contact is not screened and scanned. They live in the real world, a place Trump looks down on from his jets. They understand that covid-19 is not a joke.

    They have children whose teachers are afraid to be in school with them. They have teenagers reeling from the mental health impacts of isolation and anxiety. They’ve lost their jobs, their businesses, their sense of safety. They’re worried about losing their homes.

    They’ve lost the Final Four and the Olympic Games, and now it’s dawning on them that the NFL and college football may be next. They can’t go to a movie theater or enjoy a concert. In many places, they can’t schedule a surgery or visit an elderly relative.

    And they see what the president thinks of them and their concerns. Here, you dupes and dopes, Trump says — here’s a video from a woman who believes in demon dream sex. Or here’s one from a washed-up game-show host who says covid-19 is an election ploy. Or how about this idea: Drink some bleach.

    They’re worried and suffering, and their president might as well be saying: I don’t care if you live or die. And it’s coming through loud and clear. The political center is slow to anger. It’s also slow to forget.
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    Majestically enthroned amid the vulgar herd

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    ...and: an article with a pic of the learned doctor:

    Sex with spirits and alien DNA: The controversial views of doctor whose coronavirus theory got Trump Jr suspended from Twitter

    Louise Hall
    July 29, 2020, 3:28 AM



    YouTube/ Seeking TruthA doctor who went viral in a video shared by Donald Trump in his latest attempts to promote hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for coronavirus has on more than one occasion promoted controversial medical theories and anti-LGBTQ+ attitudes.

    Dr Stella Immanuel, a physician from Houston, Texas, appeared in a video on Facebook which was removed on Monday, insisting that the malaria drug is an effective treatment for the novel coronavirus, a claim that has not been proven.

    Facebook is trying to remove any re-uploads of the video because it is “sharing false information about cures and treatments for Covid-19”, a spokesperson said. One version of the video had more than 17 million views before the platform managed to remove it.

    Dr Immanuel was among a number of physicians named “America’s Frontline Doctors” making misleading claims about the virus at a news conference Monday in Washington.

    The paediatrician and religious minister has emerged as a figurehead in light of her speech at the conference, with both Mr Trump and his oldest son singing her praises on social media.

    However, a report by The Daily Beast delved into more of Dr Immanuel’s unconventional public appearances, revealing the doctor’s spiritual beliefs regarding demon sex, alien DNA in medicine, conspiracy theories, and anti-LGBTQ+ views.
    the doctor attributes medical conditions such as endometriosis, fibroids, and cysts to “spirit husbands”, demons that have sex with women while they sleep.

    “They are responsible for serious gynaecological problems,” Dr Immanuel said. “We call them all kinds of names—endometriosis, we call them molar pregnancies, we call them fibroids, we call them cysts, but most of them are evil deposits from the spirit husband.”
    She also offers guidance against these spirits in an article titled ‘Deliverance from Spirit Wives and Spirit Husbands’ on her website, first reported by The Daily Beast.

    According to the outlet, she also speaks of a conspiracy theory in which a witch attempts to use abortion, gay marriage, and children’s toys to destroy the world and claims that alien DNA is being used in medicine to treat humans.

    “They’re using all kinds of DNA, even alien DNA, to treat people,” she reportedly says in one sermon from 2015.

    Dr Immanuel has also frequently used her platform to spread homophobic and anti-transgender views, protesting against the legalisation of gay marriage and abortion on her YouTube page.

    “How long are we going to allow the enemy to take over our beloved nation. How long are we going to allow the gay agenda, secular humanism, Illuminati and the demonic New World Order to destroy our homes, families and the social fiber of America,”

    She has also previously suggested that the government is run in part by non-human reptilians in a 2015 sermon, according to The Daily Beast.

    “There are people that are ruling this nation that are not even human,” Dr Immanuel reportedly said in a 2015 sermon.
    Dr Immanuel has not yet replied to The Independent’s request for comment.

    The doctor has more recently been propelled to online fame for her discussions of the coronavirus, claiming to have treated 350 people “and counting” for the virus.

    In the video footage, the doctor says that “you don’t need masks, there is a cure”.

    Experts have in fact warned against the potentially severe side effects of taking the drug, which has been continually touted by Mr Trump, to treat the novel coronavirus. The Food and Drug Administration has also recently revoked emergency authorisation of its use.

    Nonetheless, Mr Trump Jr retweeted the footage of Dr Immanuel which had tens of millions of views, calling one version of the video a “must watch”. Twitter later suspended his account for posting “misleading and potentially harmful information” about coronavirus.

    The president also retweeted
    a post including the now-deleted video with a caption referring to Dr Immanuel as a “fearless warrior for the truth”.

    The doctor has since angled for a meeting with the president following his apparent support of her message tweeting: “Mr President I’m in town and available. I will love to meet with you.”

    Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube have been removing the hydroxychloroquine video when it has been posted, in line with policies intended to stop the spread of misinformation about coronavirus.


    BBC PIDGIN says she was born in the Cameroon and trained in Nigeria...
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    Well that’s a black life that matters.
    And not in a good way.
    Never trust anybody wearing a lampshade.

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    ...I can't stop laughing that tRump retweeted her nonsense:

    ...even funnier that there are folks who believe this idiot...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    ...and: an article with a pic of the learned doctor:

    Sex with spirits and alien DNA: The controversial views of doctor whose coronavirus theory got Trump Jr suspended from Twitter

    Louise Hall
    July 29, 2020, 3:28 AM





    BBC PIDGIN says she was born in the Cameroon and trained in Nigeria...
    Good grief that's a great big WTF.

    Meanwhile


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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    and that government scientists are developing a vaccine to prevent religious faith. You can find these and other teachings of hers on YouTube.
    On that I agree with her. The program is called Higher Education .

    Last night my 24 year old daughter called me inquiring as to the process of getting dual citizenship due to Greek ancestry . I am in the process of doing , so . She said, "if Trump is elected another term I am out of here", Personally. I am out of here regardless. I realise there is BS in other countries , but at least it is different BS. I would love to make Thailand my permanent base, but I don't trust Thailand as the basket to put all my eggs in.
    The sooner you fall behind, the more time you have to catch up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckaroo Banzai View Post
    On that I agree with her. The program is called Higher Education .
    ...so, you're Cameroonian then...possibly with a degree from the same Nigerian university?...

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    Just saw a press briefing where he was asked about her. He tried to fob it off but they persisted and in the end he just walked out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cujo View Post
    Just saw a press briefing where he was asked about her. He tried to fob it off but they persisted and in the end he just walked out.
    Lies. obfuscation, vacuous blabber . . . yet 40 million people will still vote him


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    Maybe more than 40 million.
    Dickheads love a fellow dickhead.

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    ^Perhaps it's the 40 mil. on Food Stamps (SNAP)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klondyke View Post
    ^Perhaps it's the 40 mil. on Food Stamps (SNAP)?
    No. Stop being so dense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    Lies. obfuscation, vacuous blabber . . . yet 40 million people will still vote him

    "I thought she was very impressive".


    Because he's a dumb orange c u n t.

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