Monday, August 10, 2020

Tweets For Today













21 comments:

RussInSoCal said...

Things re getting interesting in Belarus.

https://twitter.com/zerosum24/status/1292569660601307136

Anonymous said...

"We have literally reached rock bottom" - Beirut protester.

Yeah Hezbollah hit rock bottom. They hit bedrock without using an excavator. Rocket fuel blowing up will do that.

Anonymous said...

By Order of the DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE "Looting is the Order of the Day!"

BREAKING: Security Guard Shot in Chicago as Mass Looting and Mayhem Overwhelms Police

This shit has been happening since Obama's 1st term.

Eric Holder did nothing about mass attacks at the Iowa, Wisconsin, or Minnesota Fairs. Or along Chicago's Michigan Shore.

Organized Mass theft has been going on at the Magnificent Mile for 5 to 10 years. Liberals think "There is nothing to see; MOVE ON".

I measure roll up security gates & grilles and razor wire. The ore of it you have, the less civil society is. America is failing and the cancer is spreading out from Democrat Party Strongholds.

Anonymous said...



Facing possible electoral calamity, Republicans are now turning to a familiar playbook: stoking fear by trying to redefine the Black Lives Matter movement as a radical leftist mob looking to sabotage the white, suburban lifestyle.

Republicans are using two lines of attack: the Trump administration, candidates in safe red seats and right-wing social media channels seek to label the entire movement “Marxist” and anti-family as they try to energize their conservative base. Republicans running in swing districts and states, meanwhile, are tying their Democratic opponents to activists’ demands to defund police departments, while avoiding explicitly mentioning Black Lives Matter. Instead, Republicans running in competitive general election races have focused recent ads on more abstract targets like “left-wing radicals" and the "liberal mob."

It’s a distinction Democratic pollsters and lawmakers attribute to the dramatic shift in public views on police brutality, and who and what people associate with the declaration that “Black Lives Matter.” The new broad support for the movement, they say, makes it harder to tie Black Lives Matter to one person, organization or ideology.

“People putting ‘Black Lives Matter’ signs on their lawns, it's not an endorsement of a particular organization so much as a value statement uniting a lot of people from many backgrounds,” said Democratic Rep. Tom Malinowksi, whose predominantly white New Jersey district was held by Republicans for decades before he won in 2018.

That hasn't deterred Republicans, who have increased their criticism of the movement over the past month. On the same day President Donald Trump tweeted that Black Lives Matter was “a symbol of hate,” his personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, declared to a group of reporters at the White House that "Black Lives Matter is a Marxist organization … Black Lives Matter has been planning to destroy the police for three years.”

Other Trump administration officials and Republican lawmakers, particularly those running in tough primaries, followed suit, warning, in addition, that the movement wanted to destroy the “nuclear family.” Fox News hosts, conservative talk radio personalities and think tanks such as The Heritage Foundation joined in, as well. Prager University’s “Black Lives Matter is a Marxist Movement” video released this month has over a million views on YouTube and is one of several popular videos it has produced on the topic.

So far, the GOP attempts to discredit the movement have yet to stick. With just under three months until the election, Black Lives Matter has won mainstream support across racial and partisan lines that would have been almost unthinkable six months ago. But the battle to define the movement is not over, as Trump bets he can turn the suburbs, lost to Republicans in 2018, in his favor by attempting to cast a movement for racial equality as a threat to white voters.

Anonymous said...

“The current demographic base of the Republican Party under President Trump’s control will become a minority party for a generation if we don’t broaden that tent and start including people that don’t look like you and me,” Scaramucci said.

Trump, who watches Hilton’s show and has been influenced by it, fired off an angry tweet:

.@Scaramucci, who just made a fool of himself as he got taken apart by @SteveHiltonx, only lasted 11 days in his favorite of all time Administration, before being fired for, again, making a fool of himself. Anthony is a loser who begged to come back. I said “No Thanks”.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 10, 2020

Scaramucci, who initially remained loyal to Trump after being fired but has since turned on the president and vowed to work against his reelection, shot back:

The Loser is you: 162,000 dead, 40 million American jobs lost on your watch. We are tired of all of the losing. We wanted you to succeed but you are an abject failure. Thankfully it will be over on 11/3. America will heal and rebuild. https://t.co/zRvJQzJo6k
— Anthony Scaramucci (@Scaramucci) August 10, 2020

Although Trump now calls his former communications director a “fool” and a “loser,” he once promised to hire only “the best and most serious people.” But he’s since attacked many of those hand-selected hires ― and not just Scaramucci. Trump has also lashed out at former Defense Secretary James Mattis, former Chief of Staff John Kelly, former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, former Attorney General Jeff Sessions, former national security advisor John Bolton, former chief strategist Steve Bannon, among others.

Trump’s attack on Scaramucci caused his nickname ― The Mooch ― to trend on Twitter as Trump’s critics joined the fray:

It’s reassuring to know that between all the golfing, watching TV, making up mean-girl nicknames for political rivals, botching the response to the Covid pandemic while being the most incompetent #POTUS ever, he still finds time to be petty & vindictive. #TremendousMultiTasker https://t.co/wGOiSpUVfl
— Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) August 10, 2020

But @Scaramucci has a Harvard degree and you never will, nor your kids (I only say this bc I know how much the Ivy League means to you!) BTW, your debate prep team’s resumes are... pedestrian. https://t.co/v0k6RfJg6x
— A.J. Delgado (@AJDelgado13) August 10, 2020

Mooch won’t visit you in prison if you keep doing this https://t.co/aCFZSzaE4a
— George Conway (@gtconway3d) August 10, 2020

But you picked him. “The best people”
— Claudia Jordan (@claudiajordan) August 10, 2020

5 million COVID cases in US as we move ever closer to 170k death. But sure, strafe the Mooch. pic.twitter.com/pjFhBqfeU3

Anonymous said...

Yeah right, We are stocking fear while there are about 10,000 videos uploaded by BLM activists in their own names, looting, shooting, burning and making people kneel.

We are so sorry for upsetting you. HAIL BLM! HAIL PELOSI!HAIL CCP. DOWN WITH WHITE SUPREMACY. KILL WHITE PEOPLE!!

Better? Just trying to be Democrat. Feels good all that virtue signaling. Maybe if I attack people then no one notices what a shitty human being I am... I just keep pointing to the flaws of others. - said any Democrat for the last 12 years

Anonymous said...

You put BLM on your store and lawn so your place doesn't get burned down and you're not labelled white supremacist while they smash your head in. This is pure racism and you're too dumb to recognize it because blacks do it. Racism exists on all sides. Ever travelled outside the US? Been to Africa you idiot? Or to Asia? You'll see real racism there. Not this BS

Anonymous said...

Republicans are using two lines of attack: the Trump administration, candidates in safe red seats and right-wing social media channels seek to label the entire movement “Marxist” and anti-family as they try to energize their conservative base. Republicans running in swing districts and states, meanwhile, are tying their Democratic opponents to activists’ demands to defund police departments, while avoiding explicitly mentioning Black Lives Matter. Instead, Republicans running in competitive general election races have focused recent ads on more abstract targets like “left-wing radicals" and the "liberal mob."

It’s a distinction Democratic pollsters and lawmakers attribute to the dramatic shift in public views on police brutality, and who and what people associate with the declaration that “Black Lives Matter.” The new broad support for the movement, they say, makes it harder to tie Black Lives Matter to one person, organization or ideology.

“People putting ‘Black Lives Matter’ signs on their lawns, it's not an endorsement of a particular organization so much as a value statement uniting a lot of people from many backgrounds,” said Democratic Rep. Tom Malinowksi, whose predominantly white New Jersey district was held by Republicans for decades before he won in 2018.

That hasn't deterred Republicans, who have increased their criticism of the movement over the past month. On the same day President Donald Trump tweeted that Black Lives Matter was “a symbol of hate,” his personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, declared to a group of reporters at the White House that "Black Lives Matter is a Marxist organization … Black Lives Matter has been planning to destroy the police for three years.”

Other Trump administration officials and Republican lawmakers, particularly those running in tough primaries, followed suit, warning, in addition, that the movement wanted to destroy the “nuclear family.” Fox News hosts, conservative talk radio personalities and think tanks such as The Heritage Foundation joined in, as well. Prager University’s “Black Lives Matter is a Marxist Movement” video released this month has over a million views on YouTube and is one of several popular videos it has produced on the topic.

So far, the GOP attempts to discredit the movement have yet to stick. With just under three months until the election, Black Lives Matter has won mainstream support across racial and partisan lines that would have been almost unthinkable six months ago. But the battle to define the movement is not over, as Trump bets he can turn the suburbs, lost to Republicans in 2018, in his favor by attempting to cast a movement for racial equality as a threat to white voters.

Anonymous said...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NmrEfQG6pIg

Anonymous said...

But Sasse, who emerged as an early GOP critic of the president despite consistently voting in favor of the White House’s legislative priorities, joined with Democratic lawmakers in questioning the legality of Trump’s maneuvers.

“The pen-and-phone theory of executive lawmaking is unconstitutional slop,” Sasse said Saturday night. “President Obama did not have the power to unilaterally rewrite immigration law with DACA, and President Trump does not have the power to unilaterally rewrite the payroll tax law. Under the Constitution, that power belongs to the American people acting through their members of Congress.”

Sasse’s office did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Trump’s tweet Monday.

The president has repeatedly attacked members of his own party in recent months, writing negatively about congressional Republicans on social media whenever they show a willingness to express public disapproval of his actions.

In July, Trump targeted Sens. Mitt Romney of Utah and Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania after the two lawmakers criticized his decision to commute the sentence of his longtime informal political adviser Roger Stone.

Two weeks later, the president lashed out at Rep. Liz Cheney, the third-ranking House Republican, promoting criticism from her conservative colleagues that she hadn’t been sufficiently supportive of the White House agenda.

Anonymous said...

Facing possible electoral calamity

Pasting complete articles from favored far out liberal publications in all bold font is a signature move by Frederick R. Lapides.

Did Lapides look into those mass attacks at state fairs? Does he care? After all they happened in flyover country. We know from his own words what he thinks of the people living in between the Rockies and the Appalachians and it is not good.

What was the point in pointing out those mass attacks? It is to show these problems of been bubbling up for a long time.

I wish Fred a long life.

Anonymous said...

correction

"problems have been"

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