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LoreD

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  1. One of the problem is that there is nothing original about the MyPillow. It is shredded up foam in a pillowcase. I bought a Serta knockoff of the MyPillow for $17 at TJMaxx. $49-$59 for piece of foam put through a shredder. I don't think so. Most of the companies said that the MyPillow didn't sell very well, and hasn't for a long time.
  2. Fred Trump is named among those taken in during a late May "battle" in which "1,000 Klansmen and 100 policemen staged a free-for-all." At least two officers were hurt during the event, after which the Klan's activities were denounced by the city's Police Commissioner, Joseph A. Warren
  3. This is funny. Is there a district which only has 6 eligible voters, and only 3 of them voted??? https://www.sgtreport.com/2020/12/breaking-bombshell-mi-judge-grants-attorney-matt-deperno-permission-to-release-results-of-forensic-examination-on-16-dominion-voting-machines-in-antrim-co-video/ Dominion’s vote totals showed 663 people voted in a district where there were only 6 eligible voters and only 3 of those 6 actually voted. Somehow, Dominion added 660 additional votes to the final tally. (Second image) Also, they haven't been able to prove anything stra
  4. Apple doesn't fall far from the tree: 1927 news report: Donald Trump's dad arrested in KKK brawl with cops MATT BLUM 9:26 AM WED SEP 9, 2015 According to a New York Times article published in June 1927, a man with the name and address of Donald Trump's father was arraigned after Klan members attacked cops in Queens, N.Y. In an article subtitled "Klan assails policeman", Fred Trump is named among those taken in during a late May "battle" in which "1,000 Klansmen and 100 policemen staged a free-for-all." At least two
  5. They have shown the entire statement on video. You should click the links in your quote. This is where YOUR link took me: https://www.businessinsider.com/trumps-history-of-support-from-white-supremacist-far-right-groups-2020-9 Trump has repeatedly been endorsed by white supremacist groups and other far-right extremists, and they've looked to him as a source of encouragement In one of the most infamous moments of his presidency, Trump in August 2017 blamed "many sides" for deadly neo-Nazi violence in Charlottesville. The president said ther
  6. I think she knows a Nazi when she sees one. Eva Geiringer was born in Vienna to a Jewish family. Shortly after the annexation of Austria by Germany in 1938, her family emigrated to Belgium and finally to the Netherlands. She lived in the same apartment block in Amsterdam as Anne Frank, and the girls, only a month apart in age, were sometimes playmates from ages 11 to 13. In 1942, both girls went into hiding to avoid the Nazi effort to capture the Jews of Amsterdam. In May 1944, Schloss's family was captured by the Nazis after being betrayed by a double agent in the Dutch undergr
  7. Already debunked by Snopes: https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/rating/false/ Claim U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg was caught on camera staging a short bike ride after riding in an SUV. Rating False About this rating
  8. According to Trump, the president has total authority over pipelines. Biden can rescind at will. From Trump's mouth: https://apnews.com/article/08ccbaa6e67f41318f78a0d838459b8f WASHINGTON (AP) — Eager to jump-start the stalled Keystone XL oil pipeline and other energy projects, President Donald Trump has acted to assert executive power over pipelines and such infrastructure. Trump issued a new permit for Keystone XL and insisted this exercise of presidential authority was not subject to judicial review. Then he signed an executive order clarifyi
  9. What Trump giveth; Biden can take away. Apparently, Trump approved by executive order; and Biden rescinded by executive order. Obama rejected the application by TransCanada (now TC Energy Corp.) a few weeks later, saying Congress gave him insufficient time, but he allowed the company to reapply, which deferred the decision until after he was re-elected. Obama later rejected the application, President Donald Trump approved it, and Biden revoked the approval.
  10. 2 Men Charged With Assaulting Brian Sicknick, Cop Who Died After Capitol Riot Julian Elie Khater, 32, of Pennsylvania and George Pierre Tanios, 39, of West Virginia were arrested Sunday https://www.huffpost.com/entry/capitol-insurrection-two-men-charged-brian-sicknick_n_604f77ccc5b636ed337c8a0b Khater and Tanios are charged with nine counts, including assaulting U.S. Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick with a deadly weapon. Sicknick died as a result of the riot, though authorities have not determined his exact cause of death. Khat
  11. This company is having a terrible time finding staff. They, finally, told me I was getting a raise. They started offering " sign on bonuses" and bonuses for people who work more hours. I don't need the work or money. It is a fun job in which I get to choose where I want to go. I only work about 10 hours a week. The other clients are places I don't want to go. Heavy lifting, cleaning up incontinence messes, dealing with dementia, etc. There is a lot of hard, nasty work in home care. I just choose not to do it. Nice or nasty work; we all get paid the sa
  12. Nope, I would turn it down and get another job. This is just a little job to fill the time. If I had children to support, I would find another job. Small businesses think that people will work themselves to death for minimum wage. They always claim that they "can't afford" to pay a livable wage. If you can't find workers, offer more money. Or do what people used to do: get their wife, children, parents, and family to come in and work for crap wages.
  13. Truthfully, small businesses have always had a problem with hiring. They pay crap wages with no benefits. I work part time for a small business in home health care. They pay low wages and don't offer healthcare. It is a nice, easy job, but I wouldn't do it if I needed the money or the insurance. They are begging for people, but the only people who will do it are college students or retirees. If they paid a decent wage, they would have people applying all the time. If you don't have people applying; offer more money.
  14. Same story from Fox News: Capitol riot investigation: DOJ expects at least 100 more to be charged Attorneys described the attack as 'likely the most complex investigation ever prosecuted' by the DOJ https://www.foxnews.com/us/doj-100-more-charged-capitol-riot-investigation The Justice Department expects to charge at least 100 more people in connection to the Jan. 6 Capitol riot that left five people dead, court filings show. Federal prosecutors are requesting a 60-day delay in cases related to the riot due to a large influx of defendants and e
  15. The reason they asked for a 60 day delay was because they were bringing charges against a lot more people: DOJ expects to charge at least 100 more in Capitol riot investigation https://www.newsbreak.com/contents/2180948563160/doj-expects-to-charge-at-least-100-more-in-capitol-riot-investigation The Department of Justice is expecting to charge at least 100 more people as part of its investigation into the deadly Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol. Federal prosecutors made the disclosure in a court filing on Friday requesting a 60-day delay in the case
  16. I read on one website, that if the incarcerated person is married; the check gets sent to his wife and children. Families receive the money as a family unit. Incarcerated man with wife and two children. The check for $5600 goes right into the wife's bank account.
  17. Apparently, nobody is interested in the real math numbers. The voting-eligible population in the U.S. ahead of the November 3 election was just over 239 million people, according to the U.S. Elections Project, with 160 million people having voted, making 2020 turnout a predicted 66.9 percent
  18. The 66.2% number is of people who are ELIGIBLE VOTERS, not registered voters. The number of ELIGIBLE voters is 239 million. This number includes people who are eligible to vote, but have NEVER REGISTERED TO VOTE. https://www.cnbc.com/2020/11/04/2020-election-sees-record-high-turnout-with-at-least-159point8-million-votes-projected.html The voting-eligible population in the U.S. ahead of the November 3 election was just over 239 million people, according to the U.S. Elections Project, with 160 million people having voted, making 2020 turnout a predicted 66.9 perc
  19. Political appointee and compulsive liar: After graduating from law school, Ratcliffe was a lawyer in private practice. Beginning in 2000, he was partner with Rusty Tucker in the law firm Tucker & Ratcliffe LLP, which specialized in personal injury law, medical malpractice, products liability, and business litigation matters handled on a contingency fee basis. In 2004, President George W. Bush appointed Ratcliffe to be the Chief of Anti-Terrorism and National Security for the Eastern District of Texas, within the U.S. Department of Justice. In May 2007, Ratcliffe
  20. Young boy gets comfy in Oval Office during Medal of Freedom ceremony Samantha Kubota and Associated Press Sometimes you just need to lie down, OK?! Apparently, that's how Dan Gable's grandson felt on Monday as President Donald Trump presented Gable with the Presidential Medal of Freedom. The award is t
  21. GettyPeople begin to arrive for a President Donald Trump rally in support of Sen. David Perdue (R-GA) and Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA) on December 05, 2020.
  22. Thousands of People Attended Trump’s Georgia Runoff Rally
  23. President Donald Trump gave his first postelection political rally in Valdosta, Georgia By Calvin Woodward Getty Images U.S. President Donald J. Trump addresses the crowd with the Republican National Committee hosts a Victory Rally with Senator David Perdue and Senator Kelly Loeffler in Valdosta, GA United States on December 5, 2020.
  24. It won't be for long. Biden has indicated that Fauci will be back on the job on Inauguration Day. #followthefauci
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