The news beat continues
So the President sends notice he intends to depart from the World Heath Organization. Since it requires a year notice the exit would be next July.
The MSM, Joe Biden and everyone reacted immediately. Angry, upset.
Now this is the same W.H.O. that missed the Coronavirus. The same W.H.O. we funded to the most extent. If they were doing their job millions might be alive.
All that said, let me ask you a question. Do you think notice with 12 months to run is a negotiation ploy by the President to get the W.H.O. to improve?
How come no one will say that; instead they blast away?
We told you yesterday it was coming, and today the leaks from Mary Trump’s book are beginning. For those asking why she would do this, here’s some info you might not hear on the MSM:
Mary Trump’s became an outcast in the family in 1999 when her Grandfather (Fred Trump Sr.) died. At that time she discovered that she and her brother had been cut out of his will, depriving them of what they believed was their rightful share of multiple millions of dollars. Got that? She was cut out.
A dispute over the will devolved into a court fight, where an agreement was reached. The details of the agreement were shielded by a confidentiality agreement.
So she signed an agreement that now for money she is breaking three months before her Uncle’s reelection vote.
Now you know the facts.
Remember Jeff Van Drew the NJ Congressman who switched parties to vote no on impeachment? The Democrats chose his opponent last night. They went to the progressive wing of the party. Her name is Amy Kennedy, a former schoolteacher, whose husband is a nephew of President John F. Kennedy.
A race to watch.
We said the President moving his convention night acceptance speech to Jacksonville was a mistake. With the virus erupting there, they have limitations today on the number of attendees allowed. If that holds, he will make the NC Governor look good and DeSantis in Florida bad. Add this:
Five Republican Senators have already said they will not attend. They are Susan Collins. Lisa Murkowski, Mitt Romney, Chuck Grassley and Lamar Alexander.
The President has another rally set for Saturday in New Hampshire. The Republican Governor there, Chris Sununu said, “I’m going to go and greet the president as the governor. I will not be in the crowd of thousands of people. I’m not going to put myself in the middle of a crowd of thousands of people, if that’s your question specifically. I try to — unfortunately, you know, I have to be extra cautious as the governor. I try to be extra cautious for myself, my family.”
This rally thing might not be working out.
Coronavirus cases hit 60,000 for a day which is a single day record. You will hear much about this.
The counter will be that deaths continue to decline to under 500 from 3,000 per day.
Here’s a question. What per cent of Americans have contracted the virus? If you said less than 1% you would be correct.
On the Russian Bounty here’s the update:
A top U.S. military official said yesterday that that U.S. intelligence had assessed the charge and “there was no evidence the proposed payment scheme resulted in any U.S. troop deaths.”
Did you hear this on the MSM? Wouldn’t you think with all the hysteria when they ran the story they would tell you what the outcome was? I ask again, after their reporting don’t most people believe the story was real?
Like your low oil prices? Read this from the Washington Times:
“The nation may be awash in oil and natural gas, but U.S. pipelines are running on fumes after three high-profile conduits ran aground in 24 hours, the victims of Obama-appointed judges and regulatory uncertainty under the possibility of a climate-woke Biden presidency.
In this week’s triple whammy, a federal judge ordered the 3-year-old Dakota Access Pipeline to empty pending an environmental review. The Keystone XL pipeline, still under construction, was further delayed after the Supreme Court upheld a lower-court order blocking a permit.
Despite winning a Supreme Court case last month, Dominion Energy and Duke Energy stunned the industry by abandoning after six years the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline, citing the “increasing legal uncertainty that overhangs largescale energy and industrial infrastructure development in the United States.”
With Roger Stone ordered to jail next week, New York prosecutors are after Paul Manafort again:
They are seeking to revive state mortgage fraud charges against him. Double jeopardy from his federal sentence? They say their case is distinct from that one though the charge is the same.
Meanwhile the Republicans continue to try and figure out who changed the Flynn documents, paid for the dossier, spread the false collusion charges, and what Hunter might have done and gotten from the Ukraine and China.
Where does personal reasonability come into play. Where does one’s actions come into account? Here’s an example from Florida.
A Miami-Dade police officer has been relieved of duty after an incident caught on body cam. The video shows a Miami-Dade officer, who was wearing a face mask, speaking to a woman inside an airport terminal. She was not wearing a mask, became irate, saying, “You acting like you White when you really Black … what you want to do?” She approaches the officer, and puts her face right next to his, the video shows. The officer then hits her in the face.
So he loses his job and she walks free. At the very least aren’t they both at fault?
With all the calls for the next generation of leadership think about this:
Now, after nearly 30 years, the boomers won’t go away. Donald Trump, the third president born in 1946, is running again. Joe Biden, born December 1942, is just a month away from boomer status (defined by William Strauss and Neal Howe’s prescient 1991 book, “Generations,” as starting in birth year 1943).
So we have a boomer and someone born before the boomers running!
Speaking of that generation here’s a squad member yesterday, which seem to be pushing the Democrats far left. Her goals are clear:
Rep. Ilhan Omar says America is a giant “system of oppression” needing an immediate “dismantling” far beyond current calls for criminal justice reform.
The Minnesota Democrat told constituents Tuesday that most national conversations about the death of George Floyd and the coronavirus pandemic fail to realize the size and scope of change she envisions.
“We can’t stop at criminal justice reform or policing reform,” she said during an outdoor press conference. “We are not merely fighting to tear down the systems of oppression in the criminal justice system. We are fighting to tear down systems of oppression that exist in housing, in education, in health care, in employment, [and] in the air we breathe.”
Ms. Omar urged Americans that it was time to “guarantee homes for all” due to racial disparities in home ownership.
Similarly, she promoted the Green New Deal as a public policy necessity because “we know that environmental racism is real.”
The congresswoman ended her introductory remarks by making the case for razing linked “systems of oppression.”
“As long as our economy and political systems prioritize profit without considering who is profiting, who is being shut out, we will perpetuate this inequality. So we cannot stop at [the] criminal justice system. We must begin the work of dismantling the whole system of oppression wherever we find it.”
have a great day.