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Toldya

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Toldya last won the day on September 25

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  1. The endless nutjob circlejerk is getting really tedious. It's actually difficult to find anything worth responding to.
  2. LMAO it's in the stories you aren't reading you useless bitch.
  3. It was an accident with a movie prop, dumbass. And unlike the nutjobs who beat off to the idea of shooting people every single day, he feels like shit about it.
  4. Yeah, obviously everyone who disagrees with you lives in a basement on welfare. There are no rich liberals at all in the US. You say this shit and expect people to take you seriously?
  5. WTF do voting rights have to do with the debt?
  6. When you make the largest production cut in history during a pandemic when demand becomes depressed as the economy crashes, then there will be issues when demand returns. This has nothing to do with Biden just like the low prices before this year had nothing to do with Trump.
  7. No, moron... in 2020 he pressured OPEC to CUT production by the largest ever amount... because prices were crashing. https://www.cnbc.com/2020/04/13/opec-cut-is-trumps-biggest-and-most-complex-deal-ever-dan-yergin.html Firstly, he said, the price of oil was in danger of crashing without a deal as there was limited inventory space left. That would have had “severe repercussions” beyond the oil industry itself and other sectors such as finance. The other driving factor was likely due to a dearth in oil demand, where the “producers found they couldn’t sell their oil.” Crude demand has taken a hit in recent weeks as measures taken by authorities to stem the spread of the coronavirus pandemic have left major economies effectively frozen. “I think all those things came together but then it was this dealmaker ... Donald Trump who got on the phones,” Yergin said. “I would say it looked like a mission impossible a few weeks ago. Turned out, it was mission possible.” His comments came after OPEC+ finalized an agreement to cut production by 9.7 million barrels per day — the single largest output cut in history.
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