Daily Archives: 1, October 13, 2020

CDC study: 85% of COVID-19 cases in July were people who often or always wear masks

3.9% came from people who never wear a mask. But… but the mask is a symbol. A symbol that we’re all in this together. Who cares about the efficacy.

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NBA Fans Celebration Turns Violent?

This of course is normal behavior for NBA fans even before the Chinese Flu arrived: Raptors fans destroy police car celebrating Toronto’s first title

Certainly all the NBA social justice warriors will roundly condemn this criminal behavior, lest it provide the police with nothing better to do an opportunity to target NBA fans who are “in-between jobs”.

Lakers NBA championship celebrations turn violent

Wolf Will Not Be On The Ballot Levine Never Was…

…but no two have ever unilaterally wielded more power in the history of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania nor arguably contributed to more deaths by ordering nursing homes to accept COVID-19 patients. As a result of their inept decisions over 65% of COVID-19 deaths occurred in nursing homes.

Husband: “‘Open your eyes.’ Well, I did. And it’s quite clear.”

“Somebody said to me, ‘So now you’re a Trump supporter.’ And I said, ‘No, I’m a Trump tolerator.’ I will tolerate him because he is clearly for the American people.”

Coronavirus restrictions drive Democrats to back Trump in Pennsylvania

Democrats suffer backlash from governor who isn’t on ballot, but policies are

By Dave Boyer – The Washington Times
Sunday, October 11, 2020

WALNUTPORT, Pa. — The coronavirus restrictions imposed by Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf, a Democrat, have turned Pauline Grady from a lifelong Democrat into a registered Republican who is voting for President Trump.

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The Biden rules stipulated that [the most radical supreme court nominee ever] had no obligation to answer questions about her personal views…

The Biden rules stipulated that [Ruth Bader Ginsburg] had no obligation to answer questions about her personal views or on issues that might come before the Court.

The Ginsburg Rule

Jul 27th, 2005 3 min read

When Sen. Joseph Biden chaired confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Ruth Bader Ginsburg in 1993, he established certain rules for questioning nominees — rules that some of his fellow Democrats seem to have conveniently forgotten.

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