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Seen plenty trump/maxwell/melania/epstein pics but perhaps

some one with the skill to do so could catalog them in one place for the world to see. There must be dozens. trump can't say then that he only met them a couple of times in Palm Beach, as he lies about. Include the videos too, and then the fact that epstein bragged about introduced melania to trump. Paint trump and melania in maxwell.

Our country is going through massive shifts due to COVID-19

About a fifth of U.S. adults moved due to COVID-19 or know someone who did
Millions of Americans relocated this year because of the COVID-19 outbreak, moving out of college dorms that abruptly closed, communities they perceive as unsafe or housing they can no longer afford. Overall, around one-in-five U.S. adults (22%) say they either changed their residence due to the pandemic or know someone who did, according to a new Pew Research Center survey.

Among those surveyed in early June, 3% say they themselves moved permanently or temporarily due to the coronavirus pandemic, and 6% say someone moved into their household because of it. (Some had more than one of these things happen.) An additional 14% of those who did not personally experience relocation say they know someone else who moved.

Experiences with coronavirus-related relocations vary by demographic characteristics. The age group most likely to have had at least one of these things happen to them are the nation’s young adults: Overall, 37% of those ages 18 to 29 say they moved, someone moved into their home or they know someone who moved because of the outbreak. By race and ethnicity, 28% of Hispanics have had one of these experiences, compared with 20% of white adults, 19% of Black adults and 24% of Asian Americans.


My question: how much of the country will the GOP

allow trump to destroy before Biden takes over in Jan. 2021? trump now knows he might be losing but when he finally learns that he is gonna lose, then it will be totally up to mitch and his flock of bastard traitors to stop trump. Will they? trump will sign the "Nero Decree" just like his idol, adolf? trump can't blow up our infrastructure but he will blow up everything else that he can. He is a clear danger to our National Security. He is stoking violence that can only grow in scope as he remains in office.

Sealing the Third Reich's Downfall: Adolf Hitler's "Nero Decree"

On March 19, Hitler then promulgated a special decree titled “Destructive Measures on Reich Territory.” Otherwise remembered as the “Scorched Earth Decree” or “Nero Decree,” for the brutal Roman Emperor Nero (ruled 54-68 C.E.), the order mandated the destruction of Germany’s infrastructure.


COVID-19, The Villages, FL, pro trump town finding out

The folks riding around golf carts, festooned with every red white and blue colors and sizes of American flag (that proves patriotism, don't cha know?), yelling "white power," well, the hoax is knocking on your front door.

The Villages records increase of 23 COVID-19 cases in 24 hours
The Villages is now reporting 217 COVID-19 cases – an increase of 23 in 24 hours. The vast majority – 201 – have been reported in the Sumter County portion of the mega-retirement community. Fourteen also have been identified in Lake County and two are in the Marion County section of the sprawling retirement mecca.

The Coronavirus also is continuing to hit long-term care facilities in The Villages. Serenades at The Villages, located at 2450 Parr Dr., is reporting six cases among two residents, two residents who transferred out of the facility and two employees. Chatham Glen Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center, located at 16605 74th Soulliere Ave., is reporting an employee with a positive test result. Those are among the 10,338 cases that have been reported at 1,203 long-term care facilities across Florida, which break down as 2,620 residents, 3,173 residents who transferred out and 4,545 staff members.

Thirty new COVID-19 cases also have been reported in communities just outside the


I'm sure everyone here remembers this, Obama 2009

trying to do his best to bring American's together in understanding and common purpose. The opposite of trump's appeals to racism.
They saw Obama as just another black man supposed to be subjugated to white privilege, control. Never gave President Obama one inch of cooperation, on any issue.

Obama invites race row policeman for a beer in the White House

Barack Obama today phoned the white policeman he said "acted stupidly" in arresting a black Harvard professor in his own home and invited the officer to visit the White House as the president attempted to defuse a growing race row over the incident.

Obama revealed he made the five-minute phone call to Sergeant James Crowley shortly after police unions demanded an apology from the president for saying the police in Cambridge, Massachusetts "acted stupidly" in arresting Henry Louis Gates on charges of disorderly conduct after the officer responded to a report of a suspected burglary.

The president said he should have chosen his words more carefully but stopped short of an apology. "Because this has been ratcheting up and I helped to contribute to ratcheting it up, I want to make it clear that in my choice of words I unfortunately gave the impression I was maligning the Cambridge police department and Sergeant Crowley and I could have calibrated those words differently," he said.

Seeking to lighten the situation further, he said at the daily White House briefing that he had invited both Crowley and Gates for "a beer here in the White House".


Calling all young activists

Great opportunity for young journalists ...
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trump, Gop, repubs ... you have to protect our children

If you force children back into a classroom without protecting them and their teachers ... then you need to go the way of the Dodo Bird, extinct!
It’s commonly believed that the dodo went extinct because Dutch sailors ate the beast to extinction after finding that the bird was incredibly easy to catch due to the fact it had no fear of humans, (why it didn’t fear the creature many times its size is a mystery for another day). This is, for the for the most part, pretty accurate. It is noted that after sailors landed and settled on the island in 1598, the dodo’s population rapidly declined and other sources confirm that the dodo was indeed hunted by sailors looking for an easy snack, since the dodo’s ungainly gait and lack of a third axis of movement made it relatively easy to catch.


"We learn from history that we do not learn from history." ― Georg Hegel

It seems as if we are having to live through things that we already should have learned to avoid .... like putting a Nazi racist in power.
Oh and so much more pain from lessons not heeded.

A Brief History of "Happenings" in 1960s New York

These are scenes that unfolded before audiences in a handful of New York galleries and spaces at the start of the 1960s. “Happenings
,” as the performances were known, combined elements of dance, theater, music, poetry, and visual art to blur the boundaries between life and art and forge a path for new methods of artistic practice. But for all their historical significance, this genre of work remains elusive and ephemeral—art historian Kirk Varnedoe once said that attempting to preserve the Happenings would be “like trying to catch wind in a butterfly net.”


It's happening

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