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Glenn Greenwald sticking up for the dude who made the call to publish the Steele Dossier isn't something I thought I'd see........but hey if it allows you to publish an article with Farrow in the title for clicks and you actually barely mention him......go off

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40 minutes ago, Jpizzle said:

Glenn Greenwald sticking up for the dude who made the call to publish the Steele Dossier isn't something I thought I'd see........but hey if it allows you to publish an article with Farrow in the title for clicks and you actually barely mention him......go off

Boomer morning is always terrible

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1 hour ago, Jpizzle said:

Glenn Greenwald sticking up for the dude who made the call to publish the Steele Dossier isn't something I thought I'd see........but hey if it allows you to publish an article with Farrow in the title for clicks and you actually barely mention him......go off

It was a good article, anyway, even if Glenn's always a little too self-righteous and a little to easy to cite for unreflective conservatives.

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Trump was right, I am tired of all this “winning”...

Disease models suggest tens of thousands of U.S. deaths could have been prevented.

If the United States had begun imposing social-distancing measures one week earlier in March, about 36,000 fewer people would have died in the pandemic, according to new estimates from Columbia University disease modelers.

And if the country had begun locking down cities and limiting social contact on March 1, two weeks earlier than when most people started staying home, a vast majority of the nation’s deaths — about 83 percent — would have been avoided, the researchers estimated.

The enormous cost of waiting to take action reflects the unforgiving dynamics of the outbreak that swept through American cities in early March. Even small differences in timing would have prevented the worst exponential growth, which by April had subsumed New York City, New Orleans and other major cities, the researchers found.

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Models said possibly 2.2 million deaths, but here we are ahead of the per capita death rate. 

Coronavirus (COVID-19) deaths worldwide per one million population as of May 21, 2020, by country

Search:Records:132550
  Confirmed deaths (absolute) Population (in millions) Deaths per million
Belgium 9,150 11.42 801.08
Spain 27,888 46.72 596.87
United Kingdom 35,704 66.49 536.99
Italy 32,330 60.43 534.99
France 28,097 66.99 419.44
Sweden 3,831 10.18 376.21
Netherlands 5,748 17.23 333.58
Ireland 1,571 4.85 323.68
United States 93,301 327.17 285.18
Switzerland 1,892 8.52 222.16
Ecuador 2,888 17.08 169.04
Canada 6,150 37.06 165.95
Portugal 1,263 10.28 122.84
Showing entries 1 to 13 (143 entries in total)

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Stupid DNC rigging things again Bernie once again!  :argh:

Sen. Bernie Sanders, whose delegates staged a raucous rebellion against Hillary Clinton at the 2016 Democratic convention, is trying to engineer a different outcome this year — by turning down the volume on his social media-driven army of 2020 delegates.

The campaign of the senator from Vermont has told some supporters picked to represent him this year to sign agreements barring attacks on other candidates or party leaders, combative confrontations on social media or talking to reporters without approval.

The move, which carried a threat of being removed as a delegate, has the effect of blunting one of the most powerful if divisive tools of Sanders’s movement — its unrestrained online presence and tendency to stoke controversy through other media, which has at times spiraled into abuse of his opponents, perceived and real.

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25 minutes ago, WhenFalconsWin said:

Models said possibly 2.2 million deaths, but here we are ahead of the per capita death rate. 

Coronavirus (COVID-19) deaths worldwide per one million population as of May 21, 2020, by country

Search:Records:132550
  Confirmed deaths (absolute) Population (in millions) Deaths per million
Belgium 9,150 11.42 801.08
Spain 27,888 46.72 596.87
United Kingdom 35,704 66.49 536.99
Italy 32,330 60.43 534.99
France 28,097 66.99 419.44
Sweden 3,831 10.18 376.21
Netherlands 5,748 17.23 333.58
Ireland 1,571 4.85 323.68
United States 93,301 327.17 285.18
Switzerland 1,892 8.52 222.16
Ecuador 2,888 17.08 169.04
Canada 6,150 37.06 165.95
Portugal 1,263 10.28 122.84
Showing entries 1 to 13 (143 entries in total)

You are aware that the US is constantly climbing the ladder? For example, The US has 10x more deaths a day than Italy or Spain now, while having only 5x bigger population. At the current trend, the US will be in the Top3 per capita by end of June.

And what happened to American execptionalism anyway? It seems to me the new definition is „others are even worse than us“. 

Edited by Herr Beast

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1 minute ago, Herr Beast said:

You are aware that the US is constantly climbing the ladder? For example, The US has 10x more deaths a day than Italy or Spain now, while having only 5x bigger population. At the current trend, the US will be in the Top3 per capita by end of June.

 

That’s called winning @Herr Beast

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3 hours ago, Big_Dog said:

:tiphat:

Quinnipiac University National Poll Of Registered Voters May 19, 2020

Former Vice President Joe Biden leads President Trump 50 - 39 percent in a head-to-head match up in the election for president, according to a Quinnipiac University national poll of registered voters released today. That's up from the 49 - 41 percent lead Biden held in an April 8th national poll, the change is within the margin of error. Democrats go to Biden 88 - 5 percent, Republicans go to Trump 87 - 8 percent, and independents go to Biden 47 - 36 percent.

"What does the 11 point Biden lead tell us? At best for Team Trump, it says voter confidence in President Trump is very shaky. At worst for them, as coronavirus cases rise, Trump's judgement in responding is questioned - and November looms," according to  Quinnipiac University Polling Team Analysts.

Don't cherry pick polls, please.

(Note that Trump has completely erased the gender gap according to the Hill poll.

Be suspicious of the extremes, trust the averages.

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