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Trump walks out of Presidential Medal of Freedom Ceremony Leaving Recipient Confused


Even FOX HOST ridicules Republican Senator's horrific debate performance

Can Dems have endless hearings on Trump's handling of covid like R's did with Benghazi?

Lets be real here. Trump's incompetence has killed hundreds of thousands. What he did makes Benghazi, which was horrible look like a blip. He should go to his grave having dealing with endless hearings on this. Not sure how the law works on something like this compared to a military failure.

Historians will look back on 2020 America in utter horror LOL

VIRAL MOMENT: Governor calls Matt Gaetz "MATT PUTZ"

D.C. Prosecutor Contradicts Ivanka On Inaugural Committee Overpayment To Trump Hotel Rachel Maddow

D.C. Prosecutor Contradicts Ivanka On Inaugural Committee Overpayment To Trump Hotel Rachel Maddow

Meant to put this in video / multi-media.

Mitt Romney Blasts Trump For 'Heartbreaking' Loss Of Life Caused By Poor Leadership

The Utah senator also criticized fellow GOP lawmakers for attempting to turn mask wearing — a public health measure — into “a matter of liberty.”

By Jeremy Blum

Mitt Romney on Thursday decried the “great human tragedy” that has resulted from Donald Trump’s lack of leadership during the coronavirus pandemic and criticized fellow Republicans for politicizing mask-wearing.

“The extraordinary loss of life is heartbreaking,” the Utah senator told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer on Thursday evening. “And in some cases unnecessary. ... We’ve relaxed our standards as individuals, some states haven’t had mask mandates, and from Washington we have not had a constant, consistent plan and plea for people to wear masks, to social distance, to take all the measures that would reduce the spread of this disease.”

When asked about Republican governors dragging their feet on instituting mask mandates or social distancing measures, Romney said they needed to take the pandemic “very seriously and communicate that this is not a political matter; this is not a matter of liberty. This is a matter of safety and public health.”

Touching on the monthslong struggle within the Senate to approve a COVID-19 relief bill, Romney said he was “quite confident” that a package of some sort would be passed before the end of the year.

On Tuesday, the senator backed a bipartisan $908 billion proposal as a compromise between the $500 billion package supported by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and the $2.2 trillion one pushed by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.). McConnell reportedly shot down the compromise proposal, but Romney still said he was still optimistic that portions of it would be utilized.

“We’ll see what [McConnell] incorporates in the final proposal,” Romney said. “We have a $900 billion bill; whether it becomes 800 or 700 or what the final number is uncertain. ... But I do believe that key provisions extending unemployment insurance, extending support for small businesses, vaccine distribution funds ― these elements are going to be included.”

More: https://www.huffpost.com/entry/mitt-romney-heartbreaking-loss-of-life_n_5fca7193c5b6636e09250622

New Monolith discovered outside Las Cruces, NM

It's a beauty!


Election Lawsuits Meltdown... With Prejudice!

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