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    Quote Originally Posted by Slimeball

    Fact: Vaccines were produced during the trump admin and Biden was fortunate he entered office as they came online.
    What percentage of Americans were vaccinated when Trump left office? What percentage of Americans are vaccinated now? And I’m talking the actual Covid vaccines (Pfizer Moderna, Johnson and Johnson), not the Clorox disinfectant injections that the Orange [at][at][at][at] was pushing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slimeball View Post
    "operation warped speed".
    FFS, it’s “warp” speed, you fucking imbecile.

    Warped is a word you use to describe idiots who blindly support Trump.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel View Post
    You can't post any reason and think that googling for a link will suffice?
    You moronic buffoon, the article is very clear with how your orange god failed

    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel View Post
    "operation warped speed".
    Warped indeed.

    Quote Originally Posted by beachbound View Post
    FFS, it’s “warp” speed, you fucking imbecile.

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    I listened to Biden's speech last night, I got the impression Biden directly blames trump for the insurrection.

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    ^President Biden did well

    He marked the anniversary of Jan. 6 by calling the former president who still hasn’t accepted his loss a liar and a loser.

    https://www.thedailybeast.com/this-i...ident?ref=home

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    Quote Originally Posted by S Landreth View Post
    He marked the anniversary of Jan. 6 by calling the former president who still hasn’t accepted his loss a liar and a loser.
    I reckon the shoe fits perfectly....

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    Operation Warp Speed


    Operation Warp Speed - Wikipedia

    The program promoted mass production of multiple vaccines, and different types of vaccine technologies, based on preliminary evidence, allowing for faster distribution if clinical trials confirm one of the vaccines is safe and effective. The plan anticipated that some of these vaccines will not prove safe or effective, making the program more costly than typical vaccine development, but potentially leading to the availability of a viable vaccine several months earlier than typical timelines.[8]


    Operation Warp Speed, initially funded with about $10 billion from the CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) passed by the United States Congress on March 27,[1] was an interagency program that includes components of the Department of Health and Human Services, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Food and Drug Administration, the National Institutes of Health, and the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA); the Department of Defense; private firms; and other federal agencies, including the Department of Agriculture, the Department of Energy, and the Department of Veterans Affairs.[1]


    Quote Originally Posted by beachbound View Post
    you fucking imbecile.
    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    You moronic buffoon
    Why is it that many liberals have the emotional intelligence of an angry teenage boy?


    I miss it when liberals were hippies with flowers in their hair driving a VW van.





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    The vaccines were developed/produced during the Trump admin — with the first doses being given in December and Joe Biden even got his first dose when Trump was still president.

    Anyways, the Trump admin was very successful in helping companies to quickly produce the vaccines.

    The Biden admin has failed in working with companies to mass-produce tests and quality treatments/therapeutics like anti-virals and monoclonal antibodies.

    Even top Biden supporters like Ezekiel Emanuel are saying the same.

    From the Washington Post:


    https://www.washingtonpost.com/healt...ovid-strategy/

    In the articles, the advisers lay out dozens of recommendations, sometimes explicitly and often implicitly criticizing the federal response.

    “I think they have pursued a very vaccine-centric approach,” said Celine Gounder, an infectious-disease doctor at New York University who served on Biden’s advisory board, faulting the White House for not investing more in tests, treatments and other public health protections to blunt the pandemic. “No one wants to face up to the reality: You can pay for it with prevention, as we’ve outlined, or you can pay for it on the back end, which is the American way.”

    In their articles, Emanuel, Gounder and their colleagues — who include Luciana Borio, the former acting chief scientist at the Food and Drug Administration, Michael Osterholm of the University of Minnesota, Rick Bright of the Rockefeller Foundation and David Michaels of George Washington University — conclude that the current response has been patchwork and sometimes shortsighted.

    The Biden administration also has been widely criticized for failing to move faster to acquire and distribute hundreds of millions of rapid coronavirus tests, passing on opportunities last year to do so.

    In interviews, the advisers said that Biden officials faced considerable challenges in trying to both execute a pandemic strategy and plan for the future, adding that their recommendations were meant to complement the administration’s efforts.

    “You can’t fix the New York City subway while you’re also driving the subway cars,” Gounder said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slimeball
    Many liberals have the emotional intelligence of an angry teenage boy
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    That’s your comeback, Slimeball?

    Yes, we all know operation “warped” speed began under the Trump administration. A lot of good the vaccines have done Republicans. Because of all the anti-vax mis-information spewed from those websites you and Regurgitator love to quote, unvaccinated adults are now more than three times as likely to lean Republican than Democrat?
    How wonderfully ironic!

    Since were on the subject of operation “warped” speed, why wasn’t Trump’s suggestion of using UV light and disinfectant part of the plan?




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    Quote Originally Posted by beachbound View Post
    That’s your comeback, Slimeball?
    The thing about FaRT is he is a whiny, disingenuous, goal shifting hypocrite. Typical of right-wing trumpanzees. Mostly a waste of time.

    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel View Post
    Anyways, the Trump admin was very successful in helping companies to quickly produce the vaccines.


    Quote Originally Posted by beachbound View Post
    why wasn’t Trump’s suggestion of using UV light and disinfectant part of the plan?
    I think he thought they would be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post

    I think he thought they would be.
    No doubt.
    The President of the United States, actually stood in front of the cameras, spoke to the world, and actually made the suggestion of using UV light, and disinfectant to cure Covid, and 99% of Republicans act as if it never happened.

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    I see Biden was on form the other day, telling us we could "look forward to 2020".

    I'm sorry, but he can't serve a second term. The wheel is spinning but the hamster is half off it.

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    He called Trump a loser many times and a defeated ex president.
    Trump must be fuming.
    Wait for the flurry of statements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beachbound View Post
    No doubt.
    The President of the United States, actually stood in front of the cameras, spoke to the world, and actually made the suggestion of using UV light, and disinfectant to cure Covid, and 99% of Republicans act as if it never happened.
    I dont think it's that they act as if it never happened, it's that they're so stupid they don't see the problem.
    Witness how many actually drank bleach or shoved a torch up their ass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cujo View Post
    or shoved a torch up their ass.
    Well, I think most republicans would have enjoyed something tangible up their ass, so that explains it.

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    Joe Biden was meant to unite America – but it’s more divided than ever.


    Donald Trump's chaotic presidency may have ended, but the consensus seems to be that his successor doesn’t know what he's doing either

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    Far from bringing order to the chaos, Biden may have made most of America’s problems worse



    “We will press forward with speed and urgency, for we have much to do in this winter of peril and possibility. Much to repair. Much to restore. Much to heal. Much to build.” So said new, albeit old, President Joe Biden, speaking at his inauguration on January 20 last year. He promised he would strive “to bring that most elusive of things in a democracy: unity. Unity.” Biden likes to repeat words to show he means them.

    All presidents insist they will work “for all Americans” and undo the damage of the past. In 2008, Barack Obama offered “hope and change” after George W Bush. Donald Trump, for his part, vowed to end “this American carnage” after Obama. But, as we all know, Trump’s presidency ended in carnage. Two weeks before Biden’s inauguration, a barmy mob, convinced that an evil political elite had stolen the election from them, broke into the Capitol in Washington, DC. That shocking event, the anniversary of which was marked last Thursday, disturbed not just America, but a whole world already rocked by the Covid pandemic. The most powerful democracy on the planet appeared to have eaten itself alive. America looked a mess.

    Biden arrived in the White House, then, not on a wave of optimism but a swell of relief. There was some overheated talk in Democratic and anti-Trump media circles about him being the 21st century’s answer to the great reformer Franklin Delano Roosevelt, but on the whole nobody expected him to be a great president. He just wasn’t Trump. Journalists defied the economics of their trade by celebrating his “boringness” in contrast to the four-year crazy news blizzard that was the outgoing Commander-in-Chief. Things must now get better, surely?

    Instead, one year on, Biden’s solemn pledge to unite the country, from from Rural Louisiana to the streets of Detroit, from the blue-collar rust belt to tech-bro San Francisco, seems long forgotten.
    The liberal media - around the world – spent four years blaming Trump for the dangerous schisms in the US. Today, the same commentators have fallen quiet on those same divisions, which seem to be getting wider under Biden.

    Trump is no longer in charge, but the US has not come together as promised. And far from bringing order to the chaos, Biden may have made most of America’s problems worse.




    At the dawn of 2022, the country faces a winter of even greater peril than it did 12 months ago. Almost nothing has been repaired, restored or healed. In fact, violent crime has risen to terrifyingly high levels, inflation is worse than it has been in four decades, Covid remains rampant, and the culture war is raging ever more wildly.

    The only unity Biden appears to have brought is a growing consensus that he doesn’t know what he is doing: his “disapproval rating” has surged from about 35 per cent at the start of his administration to almost 55 per cent today. It’s widely anticipated that in the mid-term elections in November his party will suffer an even more fierce “shellacking” than Barack Obama endured in 2010. (Last November, his party lost the gubernatorial election in Virginia – a state which the Democrats had carried by 10 points in the 2020 presidential election.)

    “Don’t underestimate Joe’s ability to f--- things up.” So, allegedly, Barack Obama once told an aide when speaking about the man who served as his vice president for eight years. Those words now sound prophetic.

    It’s no exaggeration to say that law and order is collapsing in some Democrat-run areas. The murder rate, which did jump in the last year of Trump, has soared under Biden. At least 12 cities experienced all-time highs in violence last year. There were 797 homicides in Chicago in 2019, 299 more than in 2019. In Los Angeles, gun violence reached a 15-year high and nearly 400 people were murdered. Portland, Oregon – once ranked America’s most livable city – experienced 90 murders, comfortably outstripping its 1987 peak of 66.


    The causes of crime spikes are manifold, but voters increasingly blame Biden’s party. After George Floyd was killed under a police officer’s knee on May 25, 2020 and the country erupted in Black Lives Matter protests, the Democrats’ fondness for what the American writer Sohrab Ahmari has called “anti-anti-crime policies” turned into an obsession. Defund the Police went from being an edgy slogan to an essential part of the Democratic policy platform. Across the country, hundreds of millions of dollars were redistributed from law and order programmes into more fashionable schemes for helping poor minorities. This forced police departments to make severe cuts to their crime-fighting budgets, which in turn caused a sharp decline in law enforcement.

    Vast cities such as Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York have had horrifying crime waves in the past. Yet the Defund the Police Movement has managed to disrupt civilised life in smaller towns, too. Take Burlington, Vermont, a formerly sleepy university town of 44,000 residents, near the Canadian border. In recent years, the local political scene has been hijacked by left-wing radicals. The popular local Progressive Party passed a measure to cut the police force by some 30 per cent. The idea was to introduce the reduction gradually, but a large number of police officers were disgusted at the lack of political support and quit. Now, Burlington’s business owners report staff no longer feel safe working after 6pm.




    It’s not fair to blame Biden for the anti-anti-crime mania of hyper-progressives in America’s most liberal areas. After all, Biden won the Democratic nomination in 2020 in no small part because he was seen as an old-fashioned centrist: a tough guy with heart. As a senator in the Nineties, he’d been a leading figure behind the Democratic party’s often brutal crackdown on crime under President Bill Clinton.



    Yet the Biden of the 2020s has disappointed many of his moderate or independent supporters by not standing up to the wackier fringes of the American left. Today, the 79-year-old Commander-in-Chief seems nervous about challenging the seething radicals in his party, the wannabe revolutionaries who see racism, sexism and white privilege in every aspect of western society.

    Biden and the Democrats stop themselves from opposing unpopular woke policies even when it seems electorally prudent to do so. In Virginia, for instance, it became clear that voters were furious about the imposition of critical race theory in schools. Rather than trying to neutralise the issue, however, the Democratic Governor insisted that teachers, not parents, should decide what their children learn. The National Schools Board Association went even further and demanded that protesting parents should be investigated for “domestic terrorism”. The local issue then became a nationalised political battle between American families and the provisional progressive wing of Biden’s party. The families won by ejecting the governor in the November election and handing a slate of victories to Republicans in the state.

    We can expect to see this pattern played out across the country in November’s mid-terms. Even at executive level, rather than resisting the fierce progressives, the Biden administration seems to prefer to lock itself in an echo-chamber of fairly abstract woke talking points which discombobulate most Americans. In October, for instance, the Department of Homeland Security, celebrated a “giant step forward” – it had appointed America’s first four-star transgender admiral. Most people struggle to see how that serves the Department’s vital mission of keeping the country safe. In the same month, while American missionaries were being held hostage in Haiti, Biden’s state department decided it had to issue a tweet celebrating International Pronouns Day. Most voters find these silly culture-war gestures off-putting.



    Indeed, it’s hard to think of a policy area in which Biden has not failed.

    On Covid, he appeared at first to be making great strides in quick time. His administration expanded and accelerated the roll out of vaccinations. Biden speedily pushed through a $1.9 trillion Covid relief plan. Americans, for all their love of free-market economics, respond just as well if not better than Europeans when sent generous government checks; The American Recovery Plan Act, as it was called, proved highly popular. It went some way towards restoring the confidence of businesses who had been hammered by the public health emergency. After Trump’s erratic and often absurd response to the virus, Team Biden convincingly presented itself as serious and competent.

    After these initial successes, however, Biden’s drive against Covid began to falter. Having taken a lot of the credit from Trump for the development of the vaccines, Biden then had to accept a lot of the blame when the roll out of the Johnson & Johnson jab it promoted, as the one-dose solution to the pandemic, had to be paused over concerns about blood clots.

    That helped undermine the broader campaign to inoculate America against Covid-19; as of last month, 28 per cent of American adults were yet to have even one dose, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The White House has sought to introduce more authoritarian measures to improve uptake but finds itself running into the pro-liberty checks and balances of the US constitution. The Supreme Court is currently deciding whether or not to block the executive branch’s vaccine mandates for large businesses and health workers.

    Biden boasted last month that “now over 99 per cent of our schools are open” as America came to terms with Covid, negating a key attack point which Republicans had used against him last year. Yet America is now facing the same surge in the omicron variant as Britain, and there are strong factions within the Democratic Party that support another round of school closures. “I’m not going to shut down the country,” Biden had promised on the campaign trail. “I’m going to shut down the virus.” Today the killer point, which Republicans won’t shrink from making in the run-up to November, is that more Americans died of Covid in 2021 under Biden than in 2020 under Trump.






    The president’s Covid relief measures were just the hors d’oeuvres to his multi-trillion Build Back Better programme. Biden has endlessly touted his vast infrastructure spending as the answer to almost all America’s problems, and he had aimed to begin rolling out the plan before Christmas. But last month, his friend and former ally Senator Tim Manchin said he would not vote for the final act, meaning it has been pushed into 2022. The Act has already turned into a cat fight between Democratic moderates who wanted to focus on more traditional (and popular) infrastructure projects, such as building roads and airports and supporting family healthcare, and the party’s radical progressive wing, who wanted to use Build Back Better to advance “racial equity” schemes and LGBQT rights. Biden prides himself on being someone who “gets stuff done” in Washington. But he’s no FDR.

    The larger concern about Biden’s gargantuan spending is that he has further warped an American economy already dangerously hooked on debt. All the federal trillions he and the Federal Reserve have pumped out have triggered an inflationary spiral and now, similar to Britain, a cost of living crisis has arrived.

    The US inflation rate has jumped to 6.8 per cent, its highest point since 1982. Team Biden insisted for much of last year that inflation was “transient”, but that made the White House sound aloof and out of touch as consumers struggled to pay for essential goods. The Federal Reserve is now being forced to curtail its massive bond buying programme and threatens a triple interest rate hike in an effort to bring the problem under control. But that has sent US and global stock markets tumbling.

    Donald Trump also borrowed and spent astronomically, but his presidency enjoyed a booming economy and record low unemployment – at least until Covid struck. The Biden administration has managed to bring unemployment down to healthy levels, but confidence is low and voters appear to be blaming the president and his party. An NBC poll in October found Republicans hold an 18-point advantage over the Democrats when it comes to “dealing with the economy”. That is the highest recorded gap since 1991, when the survey started asking the question.

    Another point in Biden’s favour was meant to be that, with all his experience, he would make a good foreign policy president. There’s no doubt that he’s a less combustible figure on the word stage than Trump. But in August his international reputation was severely tarnished by the withdrawal from Afghanistan. The move had popular support at home: a majority of Americans had long said they wanted to bring the troops home from an evidently futile 20-year war against the Taliban. But the military’s exit was so spectacularly botched that even the president’s most ardent media apologists were forced to concede what it was – a shameful moment in American history.




    Still, commentators like to say that Biden has brought back dignity to the Oval Office. Certainly, there’s a lot less media hysteria than the Trump years. Biden’s Twitter account is officious and bland. He doesn’t threaten new wars on social media, as his predecessor did. But Joe is hardly a model of statesman-like decorum. More and more, he comes across as an exhausted and grumpy old man who bats away perfectly legitimate questions. Last month, when asked why he had not demanded that China be more transparent about the origins of Covid, Biden smirked and walked off as if the reporter was beneath contempt. He looks like a leader who can’t face reality.

    American presidents tend to lose popularity in their first year. That’s why some Democrats – in public at least – sound quite sanguine about Biden’s plummeting poll ratings. They remember that Obama suffered a not dissimilar slump in his first year in office and went on to be re-elected before leaving office as a well-loved (albeit still highly divisive) leader.

    But everybody knows Biden is no Obama, and behind the scenes in Washington, Democratic discontent is growing. Party operators are discussing what “Plan B” might be if the president continues to fail. It had been widely assumed that Kamala Harris, the vice president, would step up if Biden, who will be 82 by the time of the next presidential election, were unable to go on. But perhaps the only point in Biden’s favour for many Democratic supporters now is that he isn’t as bad as Harris, who seems to trigger an allergic reaction in most voters.

    There’s been talk in Washington of a “nuclear option”, which might involve shunting Harris on to the Supreme Court and replacing her with a less objectionable vice-president. The trouble for the Democrats is that it is hard to think who that might be: Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar, two presidential candidates who fell short in 2020, are often touted. Yet neither would unite the increasingly fractious Democratic base.

    As things stand, the most likely scenario is that 2024 will be an even more geriatric version of the American horror movie that was the 2020 election: Biden vs Trump II, only this time it’s more awful.

    Joe Biden was meant to unite America – but it’s more divided than ever

    with biden morphing into an american corbyn, it looks very much like trump, or a trumpian replacement will be in charge next time.

    the chinese and the russians are laughing their heads of, rubbing their hands with glee and salivating as they study maps of the ukraine, the south china sea and taiwan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    Joe Biden was meant to unite America – but it’s more divided than ever.
    No one on either side of the divide ever thought that, most likely not even Biden. That said, the article or opinion piece is a peace of right wing trash. Oh wait, it's from the telegraph, so no surprise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cujo View Post
    I dont think it's that they act as if it never happened, it's that they're so stupid they don't see the problem.
    Witness how many actually drank bleach or shoved a torch up their ass.

    So tell us exactly how Mandy Republicans actually drank bleach or shoved a tour head up their ass? Be honest with your answer with some credible evidence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Topper View Post
    Well, I think most republicans would have enjoyed something tangible up their ass, so that explains it.

    Acyually most who like something up their ass are Democrats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    No one on either side of the divide ever thought that, most likely not even Biden. That said, the article or opinion piece is a peace of right wing trash. Oh wait, it's from the telegraph, so no surprise.

    You might feel differently if you actually listened to uncle Joe’s speeches.


    US election: Joe Biden vows to '''unify''' country in victory speech - BBC News

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPETER65 View Post
    You might feel differently if you actually listened to uncle Joe’s speeches.
    You pathetic dimwit, I did listen to his speeches just like you listened to the bullshit your orange god shoveled into your brain for years.

    Biden was trying to be optimistic, but I am sure he knew that it would never happen.

    Morons like you swallowed your cheeto in chief's 30,573 lies over 4 years. You are a massive, pathetic hypocrite.

    Trump’s false or misleading claims total 30,573 over 4 years

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/polit...er-four-years/

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    You pathetic dimwit, I did listen to his speeches just like you listened to the bullshit your orange god shoveled into your brain for years.

    Biden was trying to be optimistic, but I am sure he knew that it would never happen.

    Morons like you swallowed your cheeto in chief's 30,573 lies over 4 years. You are a massive, pathetic hypocrite.

    Trump’s false or misleading claims total 30,573 over 4 years

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/polit...er-four-years/

    Can you please provide back up that makes you sure he did not believe his own words? Well of course you can’t your ownly trying to distract from the fact your statement was pure bs. And then went on to a further distraction by posting a link to Trump’s lies which I am sure everyone is well aware of. What you don’t realize is that your continual reverting to Trump’s short comings as a comparison to Biden sets a very low bar for uncle Joe. But then again that seems to be all you have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPETER65 View Post
    Mandy Republicans.
    Quote Originally Posted by RPETER65 View Post
    Acyually .
    Quote Originally Posted by RPETER65 View Post
    Ownly.
    Did they teach English at Trailer Park High School, or did you just skip that class?

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    Quote Originally Posted by beachbound View Post







    Did they teach English at Trailer Park High School, or did you just skip that class?
    It's dementia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    It's dementia.
    He spells it damincha.

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