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I think that you are being a tad optimistic that the cult like trump supporters are begining to see the light. Many are beyond hope!

Not many masks are being utilized.

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On the humorist side when I first read the title of your post I thought that you might be referring to this.😂


At least 26 women have accused President Donald Trump of sexual misconduct since the 1970s.

Renewed attention was brought to the allegations amid the #MeToo movement and a national conversation concerning sexual misconduct.

Trump has repeatedly denied the accusations, denouncing his accusers as “liars.”

In June 2019, columnist E. Jean Carroll accused President Donald Trump of sexually assaulting her by forcing his penis inside her in a Bergdorf Goodman dressing room in the mid-1990s.

And in September 2020, model Amy Dorris said that in 1997 Trump forcibly kissed her, groped her all over her body, and gripped her tightly so she couldn’t get away.


Actually, Hope Hicks and Melania have been mentioned, but that’s it.

Then there is this.

Drugs that no one, not even other COVID patients can get their hands on, Trump has access to.


No mention of lungs (pneumonia). He’s not out of the woods. He forced himself out of the hospital.

Also they refuse to tell us the last negative test because it will show that Trump knew much earlier than they are letting on

Paul ADK

He only went to the hospital because he absolutely had to. And he left the same way. Drug addicts will do whatever they must to continue using.

I’m just wondering when his denial wil be complete. Now, he’s contaminated the People’s House. What level of cleaning and closure will ever get that place safe to use again? And, when is his ego going to force him outside, to meet with his adoring dozens? Contagious or not? Seems to me that people who knowingly have HIV and knowingly spread it are stopped and prosecuted. Law and order, right? If the authorities won’t stop this guy then the people must.



i hope he faints and has to go back and stay there for a month

Paul ADK

In four point restraints, if need be.

He needs a different doctor. This one needs to be removed from practice.



More to come, which is sad but I have trouble feeling sorry for them, they signed on to Trumpcult and its their own fault.





Paul ADK

It’s going to get worse.



After several days of negotiations over safety precautions and logistics, Sen. Kamala Harris and Vice President Mike Pence will be separated by plexiglass at the VP debate on Wednesday, two sources familiar with the move confirmed to Axios.

Why it matters: President Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosis has Democrats spooked about being anywhere near him or those in his orbit in the remaining days until the election, so they’re scrambling to make last-minute adjustments.

Driving the news: The Commission on Presidential Debates approved the plexiglass on Monday, Politico first reported. There will also be plexiglass between the two candidates and moderator Susan Page of USA Today.



It is now more than a week since the White House hosted a Rose Garden ceremony to announce and celebrate the Supreme Court nomination of Amy Coney Barrett. More than a dozen people who attended have tested positive for Covid since then, including the president of the United States, his campaign manager Bill Stepien, and his press secretary Kayleigh McEnamy, making this a possible “superspreader event.”

The Centers for Disease Control, standing by to send in a contact tracing team, has been rebuffed. In any other administration, we would call that very odd. In this administration, we call it unsurprising. Dr. Sean Conley said that contact tracing is underway internally, but multiple news sources have tried and failed to find anyone present at the event who was interrogated, and Conley’s reputation for truthfulness has taken a few hits this past weekend. CNN reports that it interviewed “more than half a dozen people who came into contact with Trump over the past week” yet “uncovered little more than a few phone calls and emails to potentially infected people encouraging them to get tested.”

Probably the White House is conducting something that it considers to be contact tracing. But whatever it’s doing clearly doesn’t come close to meeting the CDC’s guidelines, which is why it wants to keep the CDC out.

Why can’t real contact tracing take place? Because that would require various parties, starting with the president, to speak truthfully about when they learned they’d been exposed to someone with Covid; when they got tested; what type of test they received; and what precautions they took not to infect other people. All of which might furnish an uncomfortably precise answer to Howard Baker’s favorite Watergate question, “What did the president know and when did he know it?”

One compelling question is whether Trump knew he’d been exposed to Covid when he debated Joe Biden on Tuesday evening. While Trump was interrupting Biden and hurling infantile insults at him, was he also sending aerosolized virus particles in the vice president’s general direction? (Incidentally, as of Monday the CDC now concedesthat the virus can be transmitted to someone who is more than six feet away, information that it tried for awhile to suppress, presumably under pressure from the White House.)

According to Chris Wallace, both candidates were supposed to be tested prior to the debate, but Trump arrived too late to be tested. “There was an honor system when it came to the people that came into the hall from the two campaigns,” Wallace said.




Over the past several days, the COVID-19 crisis at the White House has been a riveting spectacle to behold, albeit a deeply horrifying one. Journalists have kicked into overdrive to chronicle every new twist and turn in the still-metastasizing and oftentimes confusing saga. But Monday’s revelation that Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany had tested positive for the virus hit particularly close to home.

McEnany, who in February proclaimed that under Donald Trump’s leadership, “we will not see diseases like the coronavirus come here,” obviously ran a high risk of exposure given her proximity to Trump and other White House figures who have contracted the potentially deadly disease, such as Hope Hicks. But she said she had still tested negative each day since the outbreak at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue began, including on Sunday, when she briefed the press corps outdoors on the White House driveway from a distance of about 10 feet, as someone who was there estimated, but without a mask.

For White House correspondents, McEnany’s diagnosis was the straw that broke the camel’s straining, buckling back. “People are livid,” one told me. “There are a lot of us, like dozens of reporters, who feel it’s unsafe to be doing it the way it’s being done. Literally half the White House has the virus they have downplayed for seven months. I mean, it’s just unnecessarily risking serious illness or death, for no reason.” Another said, “People are very pissed. Why didn’t Kayleigh quarantine after being exposed to Hope? Reporters have families and have been doing the right thing, wearing masks. The White House staff are relentlessly reckless.” As Ben Tracy of CBS News put it on Twitter, “I felt safer reporting in North Korea than I currently do reporting at The White House. This is just crazy.”

Throughout the pandemic, White House reporters have been exasperated by what they see as a lax attitude from administration officials. As far back as March, when the pandemic was first exploding in New York and other large cities, concerns about safety in the briefing room itself were validated when a White House journalist contracted a suspected case of COVID. The White House Correspondents’ Association has been able to effectuate measures like reduced, physically distant seating and an expanded buffer zone between event attendees and members of the traveling press pool, but such vigilance only goes so far.


thanks NYCVG!


T and R, NYCVG!!☮️😊👍