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Is this what it’s really going to come down too?? You can add which one has the most dementia 😥😥


Who gaveled that young female MI Rep out of order? Botox Nancy or Hoyer? Kudos to Rep. Stevens for standing up for everyone suffering with this c-virus situation! T and R, Ms. Benny!! 🙂

I saw Arlo and his family perform at a small venue here a couple of years ago. They were terrific. “Running Down the Road” has always been a sentimental LP fave of mine. That’s what he called his tour when I saw him. 🙂


I tried to C and P a music video on here. Followed what I did last time but no luck. “My Front Pages” by Arlo was the tune. Frustrating. 🙁


Here you go.😁


🙂 !!


the supposedly despised Rep from Kentucky makes a good point.


The point being that the $$$$ could have been spent on M/All and people who are suffering rather than bailing out big business and the wealthy although I doubt that what he was referring to.


Trust fund kid with expensive green energy powered manor. Owns a Tesla. Recipient of coal bribers.


Fox poll shows Biden with a healthy lead over Trump. It’s actually been pretty consistent in this poll.


In a head-to-head presidential matchup, Biden is up by 49-40 percent over Trump, a lead that is outside the poll’s margin of sampling error. Another 11 percent would vote for someone else or are undecided. Last month, Biden was ahead by 49-41 percent.

The race remains a nine-point advantage for Biden over Trump when looking only at those voters extremely interested in the election (52-43 percent) and the former vice president has an eight-point edge in battleground states (48-40 percent).

However, Biden’s advantage grows to 25 points, 57-32 percent, in close counties (where Hillary Clinton and Trump were within 10 points in 2016).


is it skewed old?


Doesn’t have anything about demographic breakdown. If anything, if it skewed old, Trump would do relatively better. Biden wins the 45+ 48/43, while he wins the 18-44, 52-34. From this you can tell that the 45+ are a greater % of the whole. +5 vs. +18 vs. +9 overall. The Dems always win younger voters; their success depends on how many actually vote.


If you ask me it just shows that Fox News wants 🐔💩 Joe to be his opposition as they are afraid of Bernie. It also serves to rally Trump’s base. They are likely licking their chops in anticipation of Trump demolishing Biden in a debate.


Yes of course Clinton was winning by a lot over Trump at this time. I just think Fox polls find a more Dem electorate than some other polls. (which is kind of weird and why Trump hates these polls). Bernie did well in the Fox polls also. In the Feb poll, he led 49/42 while Biden led 49/41– basically the same


Fat orange( bad makeup) imbecile versus walking almost brain dead. Absolutely ridiculous!! Glad I know who to vote for in November.



ON WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, rent payments will be due for the first time since the coronavirus outbreak was declared a pandemic — yet even with unemployment at a record high, major bill payments have barely factored into U.S. politicians’ response to the crisis.

On Friday, the House passed an emergency multi-trillion dollar relief package, which was approved by the Senate on Wednesday night and will now head to President Donald Trump’s desk. It’s about five times bigger than Barack Obama’s 2009 stimulus and represents a massive upward transfer of wealth. Though it includes a significant expansion of unemployment benefits and a onetime check of up to $1,200 for individuals and $2,400 for couples, it’ll take up to three weeks for people to begin receiving those relief checks, according to Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. That will be too late for the nearly 3.3 million people who filed for unemployment benefits last week, and others who have become underemployed as a result of the pandemic.

While some states — namely New York — have taken steps to temporarily block evictions, congressional Democrats, with the exception of a handful of progressive lawmakers, have shown almost no interest in addressing the bills due in less than a week, one of the most pressing financial concerns ordinary people currently face. “It shows that Pelosi and Democratic leadership still have their eyes on protecting corporations and not the people,” said one House Democratic staffer



Good for Newsom.


California Governor Gavin Newsom, in an executive order Friday, banned evictions statewide through May 31 for renters impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.

The order prohibits landlords and law enforcement from evicting tenants who get sick with COVID-19, need to stay home to care for others, or lose their job or income and can’t pay rent as a result.

The order is effective immediately, meaning tenants who owe rent on April 1 will be able to get relief, though they must show documentation and are still on the hook for payments later on.

Newsom had previously allowed local governments to pass their own bans, with Los Angeles and several counties across the Bay Area doing so in recent weeks.


Here is Bernie once again!


Glad he’s going to the medical personnel. He could probably make his intro is a bit shorter. LOL


I like these NY doctors answering questions


Yeah Olive! Yeah Lissie!

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