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Muzzlin' (muilkorven)heroes is the Trump brand.
Hospital threatens staff with termination if they speak out about COVID-19 conditions in leaked memo
A leaked memo from HCA Healthcare revealed that they aren’t afraid of firing nurses, doctors or techs even in the era of a coronavirus outbreak.
Business Insider acquired a leaked memo from the largest hospital system in the country, HCA Healthcare, reminding employees that they aren’t allowed to speak out on social media or talk to the media about anything. Jhonna Porter, a nurse in Los Angeles has already been suspended for “violating the social media policy in a post in a private Facebook group.”
How the coronavirus could shield Trump's tax returns
vertraging in de rechtszaak om Trump's tax returns te krijgen in verband met de uitbraak van het corona virus.
All 4 directions by the Empire State Building.
De straten zij volledig leeg
Saudi capital, cities get 24-hour curfew, Kuwait isolates two districts over coronavirus
Senate Intel quietly—but unanimously—approved for release the 4th of 5 parts of its exhaustive review of the Russia’s 2016 meddling.
This installment “verified” the Jan. 2017 IC assessment on Russia’s election interference.
The Senate Intelligence Committee last month unanimously approved for release a key portion of the panel’s ongoing review of Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election, according to committee sources — a significant step that sets the stage for the final two installments of the exhaustive review to be potentially published before Election Day 2020.
The most recent report, the fourth in a series of five, centers on the intelligence community’s assessment in January 2017 that the Russian government meddled in the 2016 election with the goal of helping Donald Trump become president. The committee — one of the few entities that has maintained a spirit of bipartisanship as it investigates the events in 2016 — “verified” the intelligence community’s conclusion, according to a member of the panel.\
“That has been verified by our committee’s action,” King continued, adding that the panel’s report is undergoing a classification review. “The conclusion is clear.”
Trump has consistently rejected the intelligence community’s conclusion that Russia interfered in the 2016 election, and his allies have floated various alternative theories, including that Ukraine sought to meddle in the U.S. election.
The report, though, is expected to be heavily redacted, in part because it includes information that could compromise sources and methods for clandestine intelligence-gathering.
“There’s an awful lot of redactions that we’re not doing but that the executive is doing based upon not revealing sources and methods. A lot of it is based on sources and methods,” King said.
The committee already endorsed the intelligence community’s January 2017 findings about the Russian government’s systematic efforts to interfere in the 2016 election. But that review, completed in 2018, was not as exhaustive as the forthcoming report, which is a key portion of a five-part series that has taken nearly two years to complete.
“Committee staff have spent 14 months reviewing the sources, tradecraft and analytic work, and we see no reason to dispute the conclusions,” Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr (R-N.C.) said at the time. “There is no doubt that Russia undertook an unprecedented effort to interfere with our 2016 elections.”
A spokesperson for the committee said the most recent installment builds on that previously released conclusion, noting that it represented simply the “unclassified summary findings.”
The spokesperson added that the fifth and final report, which centers on the counterintelligence aspects of the investigation, is “currently in the editing stages” and will undergo a classification review “soon.”
King said that installment centers on “whether or not there was in fact some relationship between the Trump campaign and the Russians.” That question was addressed by special counsel Robert Mueller, who examined the matter and said his investigation “did not establish” that Trump campaign officials coordinated with Russian operatives.
“We’re doing everything we can to try to get that done in a timely way,” King said of the fifth and final installment.
"And certainly the current circumstances don’t help that, because it’s hard for people to be working together,” he added, referring to the coronavirus pandemic, which is limiting the ability of senators and staffers to meet in person.
The committee has already released the first three chapters of its exhaustive, yearslong investigation, centering on the Russian government’s digital assault on American democracy through the use of social media “troll farms.” The previous reports also detail Russia’s successful cyberattacks on the U.S. political apparatus, including the Democratic National Committee.
The most recent installment also faulted the Obama administration for its initial response.
LARRY KUDLOW (Trump's economic advisor) on coronavirus, February 25: "We have contained this."
LARRY KUDLOW on coronavirus, April 6: "I don't believe anybody could've predicted the exponential rise of this."
(Well, he certainly didn't ...)
Dokter Donald John Trump:
Trump on why he's giving medical advice even though he's not a doctor: "What really do we have to lose? ... we don't have time to go and say, 'gee, let's take a couple of years and test it out' ... it doesn't kill people." (This last point re: hydroxychloroquine is not true.)
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Here is Trump giving potentially deadly medical advice in bizarre, hushed tones
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Grocery workers are beginning to die of coronavirus
Major supermarket chains are beginning to report their first coronavirus-related employee deaths, leading to store closures and increasing anxiety among grocery workers as the pandemic intensifies across the country.
A Trader Joe’s worker in Scarsdale, N.Y., a greeter at a Giant store in Largo, Md., and two Walmart employees from the same Chicago-area store have died of covid-19 in recent days, the companies confirmed Monday.
If the grocery workers walk off their jobs, this nation will be crippled
The Daily Show :
Hannity. Rush. Dobbs. Ingraham. Pirro. Nunes. Tammy. Geraldo. Doocy. Hegseth. Schlapp. Siegel. Watters. Dr. Drew. Henry. Ainsley. Gaetz. Inhofe. Pence. Kudlow. Conway. Trump.
Today, we salute the Heroes of the Pandumbic.
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Trump op de pers conferentie over het corona virus :
“They called him Chopper. His name was Chopper. He was a great helicopter pilot... I know a lot about helicopters”
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Gaat het wel goed met Trump?
Al Kipone schreef op 6 april 2020 20:18:
Acting Secretary of the navy apologizes for comments amid calls for his resignation.
alexnr75 schreef op 6 april 2020 19:42:
Terecht dat ze een Commander ontslaan die Corona ging tanken in Vietnam!
En dat nog wel met een nucleair aangedreven vliegdekschip :))
Of is het aan komen waaien??
De acting secretary of the navy bijt diep in het stof for zijn kritiek op deze Commander.
Mag jij ook wel doen, want de door jou geuite kritiek is ook beneden peil.
Het is wel populair om achter de Trump caravan te lopen en mee te schreeuwen.
Misschien kun je nu ook net als deze acting secretary of the navy je excuses aanbieden en net als hem te zeggen dat de commander niet naief noch stom was.
The governor of New Jersey just put out the call on live TV that he is desperate for Cobol programmers right now.
Here's where I remind you that a big chunk of the banking system still runs on COBOL, a programming language that dates to the 1950s. There aren't a lot of programmers around now who are familiar with it, and those that are can command big $$$ at the banks.
Het US banken systeem gaat met zijn tijd mee.
Er zijn nog steeds programma's in COBOL taal.
Donald Trump : “Things are going really well.”
The US has >366,000+ COVID19 cases, >10,000 Americans have DIED, and 10,400,000 people filed for unemployment in just 2 weeks.
And Trump TOTALLY BUNGLED the rollout of coronavirus testing.
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Both Drs Birx & Fauci say strict public adherence to the prevention guidelines can help lower the US death toll to less than the projection of 100,000 to 240,000. Fauc says he's cautiously optimistic Americans - by theire actions - can bring down death toll under projections.
Fox News is officially being sued for peddling coronavirus misinformation
Last month, rumors that Fox News was bracing itself for a potential “legal bloodbath” after misleading its millions of viewers about the coronavirus pandemic began circulating. Now, it’s finally happening.
The network and its billionaire owner, Rupert Murdoch, have just been slapped with a lawsuit by a nonprofit in Washington State that is accusing the network of “willfully and maliciously” spreading false information about the severity of the coronavirus pandemic.
WATCH: Speaker Pelosi tells Maddow
Wisconsin's Supreme Court is "undermining our democracy" by allowing the state's primary to occur on Tuesday amid the coronavirus pandemic.
"People should not have to decide whether they can vote or be sick."
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Midden in de corona crisis de mensen toch laten stemmen.
If hydroxychloroquine becomes an accepted treatment, several pharmaceutical companies stand to profit, including shareholders and senior executives with connections to the president.
Mr. Trump himself has a small personal financial interest in Sanofi, the French drugmaker that makes Plaquenil, the brand-name version of hydroxychloroquine.
As of last year, Trump reported that his three family trusts each had investments in a Dodge & Cox mutual fund, whose largest holding was in Sanofi.
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