VOTE COUNTING DELAY. Sorry,a pipe burst in Georgia. Sorry,a pipe did NOT burst in Georgia.
“They went home to rest”
Listen to Glenn. It’s absolutely chilling. He was spot on.
Go back and look at the states that weren’t called the night of Nov 3 either because the voting was shut down or had to be extended. ALL Democrat,ALL critical and SIMULTANEOUSLY.
Look at the state of California election night. The polls closed and the election was called. California, with its huge population,had the results called for Biden that night.
Now you know why Hillary told Joe not to concede under any circumstances. IF Trump were winning-and he was-she wanted to be sure they had the extra time to fix the election and they didn’t want Joe to concede before that. Further if their cheating failed, for whatever reason, bet they had a back up plan;either way, that’s why they didn’t want Joe to concedeunder any circumstances.
This is a bigger fraud played on the American people than their phony Russia Hoax for 3 yrs. They will lie,cheat and steal for power.
Remember,these are same people who perpetrated the Russia hoax,spied on American citizens,lied to a fisa court,leaked classified information, set up a 3 yr investigation into a crime they KNEW was never committed and lied directly to the American ppl so they could defeat a political opponent and take down a legitimately elected President of the United States(coup). It begs the question;what WOULDN’T they do to get Trump out of office.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Tuesday that American households should expect to receive their economic impact payments very soon.Mnuchin said the government would begin sending out paper checks on Wednesday, which means people should begin receiving those within the next two weeks.
Individuals with direct deposit information on file with the IRS will receive their money even quicker – beginning on Tuesday night for some and continuing into next week.
“Treasury and the IRS are working with unprecedented speed to issue a second round of Economic Impact Payments to eligible Americans and their families,” Mnuchin said in a statement. “These payments are an integral part of our commitment to providing vital additional economic relief to the American people during this unprecedented time.”
Recipients can use the IRS’ track my payment tool to check the status of their funds. The vast majority of eligible households will not need to take any action in order to receive their payments.
there’s 2 camps diametrically opposed re the Noveau Coronavirus.One says that is no deadlier than the flu.Some even claim it’s a hoax. The other side-liberal- say we ought to go into lockdown idefiinitely,wear a mask when there’s nobody even close and would insist we wear armor if they could.One is rebelling against any and all restrictions. The other wishes we were all required to don a hermetically sealed bubble.
So let’s talk about this virus unleashed on us from China. I still suspect it was deliberate(OPINION ONLY);at the least they lied,covered up and caused the world wide pandemic.They even had the WHO deceive everyone,world leaders included, convincing them there wasn’t a problem.
It was the cause of much disinformation and confusion at first.Wear a mask,don’t wear a mask. Quarantine,don’t quarantine. When the truth finally hit home there was a lot of catching up to do. The biggest questions were what are we dealing with here and how to deal with it.
the virus is real and by definition it’s a pandemic.
we knew next to nothing when it first reached the United States and we still know very little now. We know way more than we did,but much is still very mysterious.
Thankfully, Pres Trump put a travel ban on China in place even while Congress was trying to impeach him. He was called racist & xenophobic. He didn’t flinch. I sometimes wonder if the virus hadn’t already hit our shores, without our knowledge, before he put the ban in place(OPINION ONLY).
Covid 19 is highly contagious. The new variant is even more contagious but it is not anymore deadly than the first.This is what they know to date.
There are anomolies. We thought that younger people in good health would most likely survive the virus. Then we see a young healthy person die rapidly after being infected. We thought young people wouldn’t catch it or get very ill. We’ve heard of young people becoming very ill and even dying from it.
the Death Rate from Covid (WARNING:STRONG LANGUAGE)
Covid-19 & the Cytokine Storm
6. The virus was not Trump’s fault. It’s very disconcerting when i read tweets attacking Pres Trump,blaming him for the virus and consequent deaths, ignoring the CCP in China who are DIRECTLY responsible. When you’d rather blame our own U.S. President instead of the brutal communist regime in China someone has a problem.Pres Trump did everything humanly possible to address the disease.i won’t go into all the steps[now]that he took. He was right on top of it from the beginning.If you doubt this,tell me.
7. When the danger of the virus became very clear Pres Trump shut down the economy except for essentials.This had to be a difficult decision given his policies were having such a positive impact on our economy;he was hitting historic numbers and we had full employment.It was also an election year making his decision even more drastic. We didn’t know much about Covid at the time other than it was a pandemic,deadly and highly contagious. Two things the Pres had to avoid doing. The first was to impress on the American people how serious it was WITHOUT creating a panic and making the situation worse. The other was to keep the essentials going so we wouldn’t have additional dire consequences ie economic collapse,major shortages of products like food,medicine etc. Remember the mantra about flattening the curve? The object was never to annihilatethe virus;impossible. It was to keep the numbers down so the hospitals would not be overwhelmed.
I’m not going to get into the weeds re Covid 19. All i’ve posted here is what we know with certainty.There is more information out there but until i’m fairly certain it’s accurate and i can understand it i am not going to bring it up. i suggest wearing a mask when necessary,keep a distance when possible, practice good hygeine such as the handwashing that was recommended-something we should be doing anyway. It can curb the spread of other infectious diseases as well. I’m hoping we can take simple common sense precautions and get our local businesses open. I do not recommend turning into mask nazi’s. If you see anyone who is not wearing a mask just practice social distancing. i’ve seen people get right into other people’s faces screaming their heads off. Defeats the purpose of even wearing a mask doesn’t it? You want to wear one it’s your pregogative and if they don’t,it’s theirs. Most Dr offices and hospitals REQUIRE it and that’s understandable.Stay home if you’re ill and self quarantine if you suspect you have covid. Look into getting tested. If the symptoms are severe contact your family doctor and/or go to your local ER.People who don’t have covid can believe it’s a hoax and people who have had it [or know someone who does] think differently.
When enough people have had one of the new vaccines maybe we can establish herd immunity.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell blocked a bipartisan effort to enlarge the COVID relief bill to $2,000. President Trump supports the enhanced relief package. As a consequence, in justifying his maneuver McConnell did something we are all too familiar with. It is time to expose the Decepticon game again; this time people will accept.
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Luke Letlow, Louisiana’s incoming Republican member of the U.S. House, died Tuesday night from complications related to COVID-19 only days before he would have been sworn into office. He was 41.Letlow spokesman Andrew Bautsch confirmed the congressman-elect’s death at Ochsner-LSU Health Shreveport.“The family appreciates the numerous prayers and support over the past days but asks for privacy during this difficult and unexpected time,” Bautsch said in a statement. “A statement from the family along with funeral arrangements will be announced at a later time.”Louisiana’s eight-member congressional delegation called Letlow’s death devastating.“Luke had such a positive spirit, and a tremendously bright future ahead of him. He was looking forward to serving the people of Louisiana in Congress, and we were excited to welcome him to our delegation where he was ready to make an even greater impact on our state and our nation,” they said in a statement.The state’s newest congressman, set to take office in January, was admitted to a Monroe hospital on Dec. 19 after testing positive for the coronavirus disease. He was later transferred to the Shreveport facility and placed in intensive care.Dr. G.E. Ghali, of LSU Health Shreveport, told The Advocate that Letlow didn’t have any underlying health conditions that would have placed him at greater risk to COVID-19.Letlow, from the small town of Start in Richland Parish, was elected in a December runoff election for the sprawling 5th District U.S. House seat representing central and northeastern regions of the state, including the cities of Monroe and Alexandria.He was to fill the seat being vacated by his boss, Republican Ralph Abraham. Letlow had been Abraham’s chief of staff and ran with Abraham’s backing for the job.Gov. John Bel Edwards urged people to pray for Letlow’s family.“COVID-19 has taken Congressman-elect Letlow from us far too soon,” the Democratic governor said in a statement. “I am heartbroken that he will not be able to serve our people as a U.S. representative, but I am even more devastated for his loving family.”Letlow is survived by his wife, Julia Barnhill Letlow, and two children.U.S. House leaders offered their condolences Tuesday night.“May it be a comfort to Luke’s wife Julia and their children Jeremiah and Jacqueline that so many mourn their loss and are praying for them at this sad time,” said House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said: “Our hearts break tonight as we process the news of Congressman-elect Luke Letlow’s passing.”Before working for Abraham, Letlow had worked for former Gov. Bobby Jindal’s administration. Jindal’s one-time chief of staff, Timmy Teepell, described Letlow on Twitter as “a good man with a kind heart and a passion to serve. He loved Louisiana and his family. He was a brother and I’m heart broken he’s gone.”Letlow is one of more than 7,000 people in Louisiana who have died from COVID-19 since March, according to data from the state health department.When he announced his positive test for COVID-19, Letlow joined a list of Louisiana officials who have contracted the coronavirus since the pandemic began, including U.S. Sen. Bill Cassidy, Lt. Gov. Billy Nungesser, Attorney General Jeff Landry, Treasurer John Schroder, U.S. Rep. Mike Johnson and U.S. Rep. Cedric Richmond.Cassidy, a Republican and doctor who tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this year and has since recovered, posted in a Twitter video:
“It just, just, just, just brings home COVID can kill. For most folks it doesn’t, but it truly can. So, as you remember Luke, his widow, his children in your prayers, remember as well to be careful with COVID.”