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Those Who Wage This Civil War of the States

"They all know that Biden has won the election.
What they’re doing is for no purpose other than power.

The Republican Party is an organized conspiracy for the purposes of maintaining power for self interest and the self interest of its donor class...

The debate that has been about ‘do we get to participate in this great experiment’ has now become one whether we continue with this great experiment at all.

That’s why they are so radical. ...

There is no compromise with these people.
They must be driven back into the underworld of American politics. They have no place at the table.

That any political party that wishes to associate with them has to become so toxic that they have no chance of winning elections.
And it’s going to be the work of many elections.

But this odious cast of characters has to be brought to electoral submission over these next years.

At the same time, the side that believes in democracy cannot be brought to exhaustion.
We cannot be worn out in this fight...

This is all out in the open right now.
You can’t put this back in the box, what happened this month.
You know exactly who is faithless to their constitutional oaths.

And it’s not a big stretch to say this:
If you won’t acknowledge the result of this election,
if you’re pretending that Donald Trump had the election stolen from him,
on no planet are you faithful -- senator, member of congress, mr mayor, mr state legislator -- are you faithful to your oath.
You have spoiled it, you have wrecked it, you have desecrated it." Steve Schmidt

How bad this war by Republican lawyers has gotten.
Names of these Republicans should be spread far and wide.



Ron Johnson Wisconsin
Ralph Abraham Louisiana
Rick W. Allen Georgia
James R. Baird Indiana
Jim Banks Indiana
Jack Bergman Michigan

Andy Biggs Arizona
Gus Bilirakis Florida
Dan Bishop North Carolina
Mike Bost Illinois
Kevin Brady Texas

Mo Brooks Alabama
Ken Buck Colorado
Ted Budd North Carolina
Tim Burchett Tennessee
Michael C. Burgess Texas

Bradley Byrne Alabama
Ken Calvert California
Earl L. 'Buddy' Carter Georgia
Ben Cline Virginia
Michael Cloud Texas

Mike Conaway Texas
Rick Crawford Arkansas
Dan Crenshaw Texas
Mario Diaz-Balart Florida
Jeff Duncan South Carolina

Neal P. Dunn Florida
Tom Emmer Minnesota
Ron Estes Kansas
A. Drew Ferguson Georgia
Chuck Fleischmann Tennessee

Bill Flores Texas
Jeff Fortenberry Nebraska
Virginia Foxx North Carolina
Russ Fulcher Idaho
Matt Gaetz Florida

Greg Gianforte Montana
Bob Gibbs Ohio
Louie Gohmert Texas
Lance Gooden Texas
Sam Graves Missouri

Mark Green Tennessee
Michael Guest Mississippi
Andy Harris Maryland
Vicky Hartzler Missouri
Kevin Hern Oklahoma

Clay Higgins Louisiana
Trey Hollingsworth Indiana
Richard Hudson North Carolina
Bill Huizenga Michigan
Bill Johnson Ohio

Mike Johnson Louisiana
Jim Jordan Ohio
John Joyce Pennsylvania
Fred Keller Pennsylvania
Mike Kelly Pennsylvania

Trent Kelly Mississippi
Steve King Iowa
David Kustoff Tennessee
Darin LaHood Illinois
Doug LaMalfa California

Doug Lamborn Colorado
Robert E. Latta Ohio
Debbie Lesko Arizona
Blaine Leutkemeyer Missouri
Kenny Marchant Texas

Roger Marshall Kansas
Tom McClintock California
Cathy McMorris Rogers Washington
Dan Meuser Pennsylvania
Carol D. Miller West Virginia

John Moolenaar Michigan
Alex X. Mooney West Virginia
Markwayne Mullin Oklahoma
Gregory Murphy North Carolina
Dan Newhouse Washington

Ralph Norman South Carolina
Gary Palmer Alabama
Scott Perry Pennsylvania
Guy Reschenthaler Pennsylvania
Tom Rice South Carolina

John Rose Tennessee
David Rouzer North Carolina
John Rutherford Florida
Steve Scalise Louisiana Minority whip
Austin Scott Georgia
Mike Simpson Idaho

Adrian Smith Nebraska
Jason Smith Missouri
Ross Spano Florida
Elise Stefanik New York
Glenn 'GT' Thompson Pennsylvania

Tom Tiffany Wisconsin
William Timmons South Carolina
Ann Wagner Missouri
Tim Walberg Michigan
Michael Waltz Florida

Randy Weber Texas
Daniel Webster Florida
Brad Wenstrup Ohio
Bruce Westerman Arkansas
Roger Williams Texas

Joe Wilson South Carolina
Rob Wittman Virginia
Ron Wright Texas
Ted S. Yoho Florida
Lee Zeldin New York

The 18 seditious Republican AGs contesting election results in GA, WI, MI, PA

Republican incumbent Donald Trump
Texas Ken Paxton

Alabama Steve Marshall
Arkansas Leslie Rutledge
Florida Ashley Moody

Indiana Curtis Hill (Republican Party)
Kansas Derek Schmidt (Republican Party)
Louisiana Jeff Landry

Mississippi Lynn Fitch
Missouri Eric Schmitt
Montana Tim Fox

Nebraska Doug Peterson
North Dakota Wayne Stenehjem
Oklahoma Mike Hunter

South Carolina Alan Wilson
South Dakota Jason Ravnsborg
Tennessee Herbert Slatery

Utah Sean Reyes
West Virginia Patrick Morrisey

FDA panel recommends approval of Pfizer's Covid vaccine for emergency use

In a statement after the vote, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla said the company was “pleased” with the vote, “and if the FDA issues an authorization, stand at the ready to bring this vaccine to people in the U.S. in an effort to help combat this devastating pandemic.”

U.S. officials say they are prepared to distribute the vaccine within 24 hours of authorization. Initial doses will be limited as manufacturing ramps up, with officials predicting it will take months to immunize everyone in the U.S. who wants to be vaccinated.

Pfizer has said it plans to ship 50 million vaccine doses this year, enough to inoculate 25 million people. The vaccine is expected to be distributed in phases, with the most critical U.S. workers and vulnerable people getting it first. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has provided states with an outline that recommends prioritizing health-care workers and nursing homes first, but states can distribute the vaccine as they see fit.

U.S. officials plan to continue watching for any adverse reactions to Pfizer’s vaccine in the health-care workers and nursing home residents who receive it, Dr. Nancy Messonnier, director of the CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Disease, said during the agency’s meeting Thursday. Officials will use a text-messaging system, called v-safe, which is intended to provide early indications about possible adverse reactions from the vaccines...

Pfizer’s vaccine uses messenger RNA, or mRNA, technology. It’s a new approach to vaccines that uses genetic material to provoke an immune response. Late-stage clinical trial data shows the vaccine is 95% effective in preventing Covid, is safe and appears to fend off severe disease. To achieve maximum effectiveness, the vaccine requires two doses taken about three weeks apart.


Chris The Man Hayes On How Republican Rot, Bottom To Top, Won't Go Away With Trump

Chris The Man Hayes on Depraved Indifference


YO, 74,222,108 TRUMPERS AND 2,884,357 'OTHER' VOTERS -- GO SUCK IT!

Governor Cuomo Briefing December 9 2020

Day 284

The scale of vaccination will test capacity at all state and federal governments.
The federal govt procures and distributes the vaccine through the US military and private sector transport.
States set up distribution locations, based on cold storage capacity, and priorities for vaccine recipients.
The federal government allocates vaccine based on state populations.
The states prioritize recipient groups, group leaders decide what persons within the groups receive vaccination.
December 21 starts the federal government's vaccine allocations and shipping.

Data use agreements that guarantee no individual ID are important for 75% of population to reach immunity are best for the country.

Congressional funding aid decisions are crucial.
Distribution should be funded by COVID caused need, not by political pork barrel.

Shift to a Not-So-Frozen North Is Well Underway, Scientists Warn

Source: New York Times

The outsized influence of the Arctic is why the assessment, called the Arctic Report Card, has been produced annually for the past 15 years by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. More than 130 experts from 15 countries contributed to this year’s version, which was issued at the annual conference of the American Geophysical Union.

In recent years Arctic researchers have increasingly come to recognize that the region is moving from a climate that is characterized less by ice and snow and more by open water and rain.

In a study published in September, two researchers with the National Center for Atmospheric Research, in Boulder, Colo., argued that for sea ice at least, a permanent shift had already occurred. Ice extent has now declined so much, Laura Landrum and Marika M. Holland wrote, that even an extremely cold year would not result in as much ice as was typical decades ago.

Donald K. Perovich, a professor at Dartmouth College and the lead author of the chapter on sea ice in the assessment, said that 2007 was a critical year. “We had the largest drop in ice extent we’d ever seen,” he said. “While there have been these variations since, we’ve never returned to those levels before 2007.”

Read more: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/12/08/climate/arctic-climate-change.html?action=click&module=Top%20Stories&pgtype=Homepage

Finally we have a climate president who will join mitigation efforts for what's coming.

Click the link to see the video of changes this past year.

Yep, just call me the hate speech lady for posting "Hitler Reacts to Trump Losing the Election"

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One love.

Times is hard
And things are a-changin'
I pray to God that we can remain the same
All I'm tryin' to say is our love don't have to change
No it don't have to change.

538 Latest Polls Of The Georgia Senate Runoffs


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