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50 Character limit? What the hell?
I’m sure they’ll fix it in the morning.
50-char limit. Repubs bad. All Obama’s fault.
The badness of Republicans cannot properly be described in fifty characters, so I am glad this was fixed.
"In a video posted to Twitter on Monday afternoon, Dream City Church, the north Phoenix church hosting President Donald Trump on Tuesday, said that it has installed Clean Air EXP, an air filtration system that, according to the church’s leaders, kills 99.9 percent of COVID-19 “within 10 minutes.”
It just so happens that church members themselves developed the system. I’d expect the Orange Menace to order thousands of these perfect machines. Get Jared on it, STAT.
Indiana Politician Resigns After Claiming Some Insane Foolishness About ‘Uneducated’ Voters Breeding
"… During a county council meeting on June 18, District Four Council Member Larry Brown, decided to open his dumbass piehole to talk about George Floyd protests happening in his area. Brown was also apparently annoyed that voters were using their God-given rights to call on more from their elected officials, so he fixed his thin white-ass lips to say this bullshit:
“As uneducated as they are, obviously, on local government, they do vote. And, unfortunately, they also breed. But um, they do vote, and they’re gonna be an uneducated voter…”
The videos with the claim about the air purification system have since been removed from the church’s social media accounts.
Tim Bender, the CEO & co-founder of IONaer, which makes the air purification systems, stressed that they had only been tested on “surrogates,” which are viruses similar to the coronavirus.
IONaer’s CleanAir EXP published Tuesday the results of the third-party testing of its system that used “airborne coronavirus test surrogates,” which are viruses similar but not identical to the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19. The study found that it was able to eliminate 99.9 percent of the coronavirus surrogates in air that passed through its system.
Bender also clarified that the system is ineffective if people come into close contact with one another.
“There is nothing we can do with someone who coughs or sneezes,” Bender said. “The words we try to use is we add an additional layer of protection from passing viruses and bacteria through the area inside buildings. It’s just an additional layer of protection. If you’re taking the particulates out, you’re taking away the magic carpet that they’re traveling on.”
Jeez. She sounds just a titch like those comical Illinois Nazis in the Blues Brothers film.
What did she say next “They’re coming for your women!!”??
If I’m reading this right, it was Rudy saying that, to Laura. Of course, we know he could say that without worrying about being smacked for it because she is a white supremacist.
The badness of Republicans cannot properly be described in fifty characters
Heck, we’ve seen that the badness of Republicans cannot properly be described within the thread size limit.
How many characters is that? 18? 20 with quotes, 27 if you add the bbcode italics.
How much more do you need?
Somebody pointed out that Rudy’s hand was covered in ink. There was no explanation.
Today, former DOJ whistle blowers testifed in the House, and Louie Gohmert kept tapping his desk while they were trying to testify, drowning out their testimony.
I think your premise is based on an unfounded assumption that is not supported by at least 20 years worth of evidence.
A Republican House candidate in Missouri has published her own half-baked report claiming that the video of George Floyd’s death—which has sparked nationwide protests to end the racial inequities in the criminal-justice system—is, in fact, a staged “false flag.”
Winnie Heartstrong, a candidate running for the St. Louis congressional seat held by Lacy Clay (D-MO), has pushed conspiracy theories about Floyd’s death for nearly a month on Twitter. In late May, a video featuring Heartstrong claiming that “George Floyd is alive” circulated among far-right Twitter accounts and received more than 100,000 views.
Heartstrong went further last week with a 23-page document laying out a series of incoherent conspiracy theories about Floyd’s death at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer. Heartstrong insists Floyd actually died years earlier, and the video that shows his death is actually a bogus “deepfake” meant to stir up racial tensions.
“We conclude that no one in the video is really one person but rather they are all digital composites of two or more real people to form completely new digital persons using deepfake technology,” Heartstrong writes in the document, which she claims was created with help from “citizen investigators.”
‘Citizen investigators.’ Is that the polite way to say ‘crazy idiots’ these days?