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Pinkey pence looks like he wants his "Mommy" at press meeting

.... "I want my Mommy, not trump, baaaaaaahaaa" ... does anyone else think as I do that trump is trying to make money off this COVID-19 pandemic? WTF ... allowing private labs to charge for test kits that should be free from the CDC !!!! If so then FUCK PENCE AND trump and they will look so flaccid in their responses as time goes forward.

Get ready for trump religiuos worship of the BEAST



In the New Testament Satan has become a force of evil. He tempts Jesus to abandon his mission: “All these I will give you, if you will fall down and worship me” (Matthew 4). He is described as a hunter of souls: The First Epistle of Peter warns: “Discipline yourselves, keep alert. Like a roaring lion your adversary the devil prowls around, looking for someone to devour” (I Peter 5:8). By the Book of Revelation, Satan has become an apocalyptic beast, determined to overthrow god and heaven.

The two devils of the Old and New Testaments are first connected in the Vulgate, a fourth-century A.D. translation of the Hebrew Bible into Latin. Isaiah 14 refers to an earthly king as Lucifer, meaning “bearer of light,” who falls from heaven. Echoing Isaiah’s image, Jesus says in Luke 10:18: “I watched Satan fall from heaven like a flash of lightning.” At the dawn of the Middle Ages in the fifth century, authors began to apply the Vulgate term for Isaiah’s Lucifer to the rebellious angel leader in the Book of Revelation, cast into the pit along with his evil minions.

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/history/magazine/2018/09-10/history-devil-medieval-art-middle-ages/

A deliciuos education ... the best in the world, here in the USA

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pence is over his head dealing with science

Mike Pence is supposedly in charge on coronavirus response — and it's a total disaster
Our vice president doesn't believe in science — so he's perfect to dispense pro-Trump lies and conspiracy theories

Last Wednesday as the stock market dropped precipitously for the third day in a row, President Trump was reluctantly forced to admit that the nation was in the midst of a major global public health crisis. So he held a desultory press conference, handed out some misinformation and blamed Democrats for the stock market slide. And then he named Vice President Mike Pence to be the point man for the crisis, reportedly because he thinks Pence "doesn't have anything else to do." It was hardly reassuring. In fact, Pence might be the very last person one would want to put in charge. His history with public health is abysmal.

When a rural county in Indiana had an HIV outbreak during Pence's tenure as governor, he completely dropped the ball. And he's lying about it. He told Fox News host Sean Hannity last week, "I don't believe in needle exchanges as a way to combat drug abuse, but in this case, we came to the conclusion that we had a public health emergency, and so I took executive action to make a limited needle exchange available."


https://www.salon.com/2020/03/02/mike-pence-is-supposedly-in-charge-on-coronavirus-response--and-its-a-total-disaster/

"pinky pence" ... nickname ... why is pence so pink?

trump is orange, pence is pink. Does pence eat too much cotton candy? Mother, please step up.

Get you membership right away - LOL

How the Race for Exclusivity Gave Rise to Private Restaurants
An affluent segment of diners has a growing appetite for members-only experiences.


You know to look for Johnson here because he’s at this same table at the same time every Thursday and Friday. And on any given week he may run into Bitcoin entrepreneurs, the assistant coach of an NBA championship team or the showrunner for an Emmy-winning sitcom. But he’s more than just a regular. He, like most of the people around him that night, has paid to make this his table every week.

Mason is semi-private, meaning the majority of people who dine there are members (whom the restaurant calls trustees) or their guests. The general public can come in and sit at the bar or snag a table here or there, but for the most part, this restaurant is a cloistered little enclave for the well-heeled in Los Angeles.


https://robbreport.com/food-drink/dining/private-restaurants-on-the-rise-across-the-country-2898759/
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