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Sign finally arrived! Ann and I will proudly be voting for Joe Biden, the first Democrat I have...

Sign finally arrived! Ann and I will proudly be voting for Joe Biden, the first Democrat I have ever supported for President. I think a lot of Rs and former Rs will be joining me. @JoeBiden



https://twitter.com/Chrisvance123/status/1256334895560810496


Good on you (moving left... we over me).

No, you deleted it because you are an abusive snowflake.

NEW: Trump is going to Mount Rushmore on July 3rd to see fireworks and the 60-foot-high presidential

NEW: Trump is going to Mount Rushmore on July 3rd to see fireworks and the 60-foot-high presidential sculptures.

https://twitter.com/JenniferJJacobs/status/1256275421328486401

Keep the state closed??? I DONT THANK SO

https://twitter.com/BrentTerhune/status/1256206620985634817

And now for something completely different (crazy-ass Alex Jones video):

https://twitter.com/jjmacnab/status/1256253131739983872
https://twitter.com/mooncult/status/1256074030697689088

Michigan GOP Senate Majority Leader MIke Shirkey goes off: "Michigan now has ... a Governor, drunk..

Michigan GOP Senate Majority Leader MIke Shirkey goes off: "Michigan now has ... a Governor, drunk on the addiction of unfettered power, declaring that she, and she alone, can and will continue to act unilaterally to lock down our society, our culture, and our economy."



https://twitter.com/jonathanoosting/status/1256220188971864065

https://twitter.com/AyeVeeGee/status/1256224317232287746

HANG ON!

https://twitter.com/ABC/status/1256212030517903363

The president calls for the governor of Michigan to negotiate with a bunch of heavily armed people..

The president calls for the governor of Michigan to negotiate with a bunch of heavily armed people who stormed the Capitol and screamed at officers yesterday

The Governor of Michigan should give a little, and put out the fire. These are very good people, but they are angry. They want their lives back again, safely! See them, talk to them, make a deal.

https://twitter.com/atrupar/status/1256203035941928960


https://twitter.com/atrupar/status/1256208113600016390

What Trump wants to signal with his coronavirus town hall at the Lincoln Memorial

If it seems odd to stage a town hall with no in-person audience at the Lincoln Memorial, a site for huge rallies and events in more normal times, you're missing the point: President Trump's plan for Sunday night is packed with strategic signaling.

Driving the news: Fox News said this week that the president will sit for a two-hour event on emerging from the coronavirus pandemic, called "America Together: Returning to Work," to be co-hosted by Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum.

"We wanted a powerful image of American strength and the idea of what reopening looks like," a White House aide tells Axios.

Worth noting: Trump staged a July 4 tribute on the memorial's steps last year.

https://www.axios.com/trump-fox-news-town-hall-lincoln-memorial-coronavirus-d646aa79-f43b-4005-b6e5-28fc84694c22.html?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=organic

Pizza Business Owner Shares Harsh Reality Behind Food Delivery Apps

During the COVID-19 pandemic, many stores without an internal delivery service have turned to apps including Grubhub, DoorDash, Postmates or UberEats, providing them access to an online store and a vast network of drivers, but at what cost?

Giuseppe Badalamenti, a consultant and owner of small business Chicago Pizza Boss, published a picture he claimed was of a Grubhub invoice earlier this week that appeared to show just that, indicating one restaurant made under $400 from orders totaling $1,000, underscoring the high fees charged by delivery apps and revealing the harsh reality for restaurants.

The image featured an order summary for March, indicating the app took hundreds of dollars in commission, fees and promotional costs from the unnamed outlet.

He wrote: "Stop believing you are supporting your community by ordering from a 3rd party delivery company Out of almost $1,100 of orders. Your restaurant you are trying to support receives not even $400. It is almost enough to pay for the food."



https://www.newsweek.com/coronavirus-food-delivery-apps-harsh-reality-commission-fees-grubhub-1501375?utm_term=Autofeed&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#
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