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  1. You and @benson13 have stayed silent, endlessly, when it comes to your violent teammates who voted for Beijing Biden and helped you turn this into the United States of China. You sat by, hush-hush, when you saw Trump supporters being terrorized by your Dem Party teammates of ANTIFA and BLM. See, look:
  2. You stupid muthufkr, it is not a threat. Go review how uptight you Liberal Lunatics have been, since we said "Secede" on the days courts began spitting on evidence of election fraud ---especially when SCOTUS spit on it. Go back, review your dumb posts. Go back, review how angry Congressional Democrats are at Allan West for saying that word 2-3weeks ago. You dumb deceitful dimwit, the Democrats are outraged that we Repubs do not want to be specimen for their tyranny. Now, delete this dumb thread or ese edit your OP for the sake of truth and facts.
  3. Hope did already die, last, when the SCOTUS refused to get involved after realizing overwhelming evidence of fraud.
  4. True, true indeed. But when it comes to people who Trump trusted, deciding to turn to against Trump? Then we can always trust CNN to tell the truth about that ---they salivate for sticking to the truth in those stories.
  5. Yep. Pretty much. China's/The Dem Party's cancel culture hath spooked them tremendously
  6. https://www.cnn.com/2021/01/01/politics/gohmert-pence-electoral-college-lawsuit-thrown-out/index.html
  7. ... March 22: President Trump approved major disaster declarations for: Washington State California March 22: President Trump announced: Governors will remain in command of National Guard forces & the federal govt will fund 100% of operations cost He directed the federal govt to provide 4 large federal medical stations with 2,000 beds for CA & 1,000 beds for NY & WA. March 22: President Trump confirmed his administration was working with Peru & Honduras to return Americans stranded in both countries as a result of travel restrictions. March 22: Vice President Pence announced: The testing backlog will be resolved by midweek. To date, over 254,000 Americans have been tested for coronavirus and received their results. March 22: President Trump announced that the USNS Mercy will be deployed to Los Angeles. March 22: FEMA issued guidance for tribal governments to seek federal assistance under the President’s emergency declaration. March 23: President Trump signed an executive order invoking section 4512 of the Defense Production Act to prohibit the hoarding of vital medical supplies. March 23: VP Pence announced: 313,000 Americans were tested for the coronavirus & received results. FEMA established a supply chain stabilization task force so Americans get supplies they need. HHS will have commercial labs prioritize testing for hospitalized patients. March 23: The White House Office of Science & Technology Policy announced a public-private consortium to: Advance coronavirus research. Provide access to computing technology and resources for researchers. March 23: Attorney General Barr announced: The Justice Department held a National Task Force meeting on hoarding and price gouging. Each of the 93 U.S. Attorney General offices is designating a lead prosectuor to prevent hoarding. March 23: President Trump announced HHS is working to designate essential medical supplies as “scarce” to prohibit hoarding of these items. March 23: The Treasury Department announced it is working with the Federal Reserve to lend up to $300 billion to businesses and local governments. March 24: President Trump announced the Army Corps of Engineers & the National Guard are constructing four hospitals and four medical centers in New York. March 24: President Trump approved a major disaster declaration for the state of Iowa related to the coronavirus outbreak. March 24: Vice President Pence: Confirmed FEMA sent New York 2,000 ventilators. Announced individuals who have recently been in New York should self-quarantine for 14 days. March 24: Dr. Deborah Birx announced the U.S. has conducted more coronavirus tests in the last week than South Korea has over the prior eight weeks. March 24: The U.S. Army issued orders for three army hospitals to deploy their health care professionals to New York and Washington state, at the direction of Secretary of the Army Ryan McCarthy. March 25: President Trump approved major disaster declarations related to the #coronavirus outbreak for: Texas Florida North Carolina March 25: President Trump & Vice President Pence held a conference call with 140 non-profit organization leaders, including The Salvation Army & The Red Cross, to discuss coronavirus response efforts. March 25: President Trump signed a bill reauthorizing The Older Americans Act, which supports senior citizens by providing meals, transportation, and other crucial services. March 25: Vice President Pence Held a conference call with equipment manufacturers to discuss on-going coronavirus response efforts. Announced 432,000 Americans have been tested for coronavirus and received results. Confirmed 4,000 ventilators were delivered to New York. March 25: Vice President Pence held discussions with multiple governors, including the Governor of Indiana & the Governor of Michigan March 26: President Trump approved major disaster declarations related to the coronavirus outbreak for: Illinois New Jersey Maryland Missouri March 26: President Trump announced the USNS Comfort will depart for NYC on Saturday to assist in the coronavirus response – 3 weeks ahead of schedule! March 26: President Trump participated in a video conference with the leaders of the G20 to discuss the global coronavirus response & the need for countries to share information and data on the spread of the virus. March 26: President Trump held a phone call with Chinese President Xi Jinping to discuss the coronavirus. March 26: Vice President Pence announced 552,000 Americans have been tested for coronavirus and received their results. March 26: Dr. Fauci announced the Federal Government is working with companies to speed up production of potential coronavirus vaccines while those drugs are still in the trial phase. March 27: President Trump signed The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act into law. March 27: President Trump signed a Defense Production Act memorandum ordering General Motors (GM) "to accept, perform, and prioritize federal contractors for ventilators. March 27: President Trump signed an executive order allowing the military to activate members of the Selected Reserve and Ready Reserve to active duty to assist with the Federal response to the coronavirus. March 27: President Trump approved major disaster declarations related to the coronavirus outbreak for: South Carolina Puerto Rico March 27: President Trump appointed Office of Trade and Manufacturing policy director Peter Navarro to serve as the Defense Production Act Policy Coordinator. March 27: President Trump announced that 100,000 ventilators are projected to be manufactured in the next 100 days, three times the amount typically manufactured in one year. March 27: President Trump announced that Boeing offered the use of three "Dreamlifter" cargo air crafts to transport medical supplies across the country. March 27: Partnering with FEMA, the CDC, and the Coronavirus Task Force, Apple released a coronavirus app which allows users to screen for their symptoms. March 27: President Trump spoke with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson about the global coronavirus response and committed to helping provide ventilators to the U.K. where possible. March 27: Vice President Pence announced that 685,000 Americans have been tested for coronavirus and received their test results. March 27: Emory University began enrolling participants for a phase one clinical trial, sponsored by the NIH's National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), of a new, potential coronavirus vaccine. March 27: FEMA Administrator Pete Gaynor spoke to the director of each of the state's emergency operations about the state-led, federally-supported coronavirus response effort. March 27: The USNS Mercy arrived in the port of Los Angeles to help relieve the strain on hospital facilities in Southern California.
  8. December 31: China reports the discovery of the coronavirus to the World Health Organization. January 3: CDC Director Robert Redfield sent an email to the director of the Chinese CDC, George Gao, formally offering to send U.S. experts to China to investigate the coronavirus. January 5: CDC Director Redfield sent another email to the Chinese CDC Director, George Gao, formally offering to send U.S. experts to China to investigate the coronavirus outbreak, January 6: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a level I travel notice for Wuhan, China due to the spreading coronavirus. January 7: The CDC established a coronavirus incident management system to better share and respond to information about the virus. January 11: The CDC updated a Level 1 travel health notice for Wuhan, China. January 17: The CDC began implementing public health entry screening at the 3 U.S. airports that received the most travelers from Wuhan – San Francisco, New York JFK, and Los Angeles. January 20: Dr. Fauci announces the National Institutes of Health is already working on the development of a vaccine for the coronavirus. January 21: The CDC activated its emergency operations center to provide ongoing support to the coronavirus response. January 23: The CDC sought a “special emergency authorization” from the FDA to allow states to use its newly developed coronavirus test. January 27: President Trump tweeted that he made an offer to President Xi Jinping to send experts to China to investigate the coronavirus outbreak. January 27: The CDC issued a level III travel health notice urging Americans to avoid all nonessential travel to China due to the coronavirus. January 27: The White House Coronavirus Task Force started meeting to help monitor and contain the spread of the virus and provide updates to the President. January 29: The White House announced the formation of the Coronavirus Task Force to help monitor and contain the spread of the virus and provide updates to the President. January 31: The Trump Administration: Declared the coronavirus a public health emergency. Announced Chinese travel restrictions. Suspended entry into the United States for foreign nationals who pose a risk of transmitting the coronavirus. January 31: The Department of Homeland Security took critical steps to funnel all flights from China into just 7 domestic U.S. airports. ... April 22: President Trump directed the Opportunity & Revitalization Council to focus on supporting underserved communities impacted by the coronavirus, including Black and Hispanic communities. April 22: President Trump announced the Administration has to date directed more than $7 billion in funding towards coronavirus treatments, diagnostics, and therapies. April 22: President Trump spoke to Governor Newsom about increasing testing capacity. April 22: President Trump held calls with Pakistan’s PM Imran Khan and Amir Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani of Qatar about the global coronavirus response. April 22: Vice President Pence held a call with over 340 state legislators from 43 states to discuss the response to coronavirus. April 22: Vice President Pence announced that 5,500 active duty military personnel are currently deployed to assist in the coronavirus response, including 964 medical personnel in 17 hospitals in 7 states. April 22: Vice President Pence announced that the VA has been deploying teams of VA personnel to assist nursing homes in some states. April 22: HHS awarded nearly $165 million in funding to fight the coronavirus in rural communities, providing CARES Act funding to 1,779 small rural hospitals and 14 HRSA-Funded telehealth resource centers. April 22: HHS announced an additional $20 billion in CARES Act funding for health care providers would be disbursed this week. April 22: FEMA Announced $36.5 million in expedited funding to the city and county of Denver, Colorado in response to the coronavirus. April 22: FEMA published a final rule defining certain PPE as ”scarce” to combat hoarding and price gouging of these materials. April 22: The Justice Department announced federal law enforcement officials had successfully disrupted hundreds of online coronavirus scam websites. April 22: The USDA announced it has successfully increased monthly SNAP benefits by 40% during the coronavirus outbreak. April 22: USDA approved Alabama for the Pandemic EBT Program, which will help feed children eligible for USDA school lunch programs who are now at home during the coronavirus outbreak. April 22: Secretary DeVos called on wealthy universities to reject taxpayer coronavirus funds and on Congress to change the eligibility put forth by the CARES Act. April 23: President Trump held calls with United Arab Emirates Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Zayed, South Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa, Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, and Colombian President Ivan Duque about the response to the coronavirus pandemic. April 23: President Trump announced that to date 750 million pieces of PPE have been delivered to the US through Project Airbridge. April 23: Vice President Pence participated in a conference call with Secretary Carson to discuss refocusing the White House Opportunity and Revitalization Council on the needs of Hispanic and Black communities impacted by the coronavirus. April 23: Vice President Pence announced that since the release of the Trump Administration’s Opening Up America Again guidelines, 16 states have issued formal re-opening plans. April 23: Acting DHS Undersecretary for Science & Technology William Bryan announced findings of a study indicating that heat, humidity, and UV rays can slow and kill the coronavirus. April 23: HHS announced $631 million in CARES Act funding for public health departments across the country for testing, contact tracing, and containment of the coronavirus. April 23: HHS awarded nearly $5 million to poison control centers across the country which are seeing increased calls during the coronavirus outbreak. April 23: CMS released a new telehealth toolkit to accelerate state us of telehealth in Medicaid and CHIP during the coronavirus pandemic. April 23: The USDA approved Wisconsin for the Pandemic EBT Program, which will help feed children eligible for USDA school lunch programs who are now at home during the coronavirus outbreak. April 23: The EPA announced that it blocked the importation of “a significant number of shipments” of illegal and untested “virus shut out” products that were being shipped into California airports. April 24: President Trump signed the Paycheck Protection Program and Health Care Enhancement Act into law, providing $321B in new funding for the PPP, $75B for health care providers, and $25B for coronavirus testing. April 24: President Trump held calls with the Indonesian President, Ecuadorian President, El Salvadorian President, and Honduran President about the response to the coronavirus pandemic. April 24: Vice President Pence announced to date 5.1 million coronavirus tests have been completed. April 24: Vice President Pence announced that over 35,000 National Guard troops and 5,000 active duty military personnel in 10 states remain active to assist in the coronavirus response. April 24: Vice President Pence & members of the coronavirus held a conference call with Governors to discuss increasing testing capacity. April 24: FDA Administrator Dr. Hahn announced the FDA granted emergency approvals to 63 coronavirus diagnostic and serological tests to date. April 24: Administrator Carranza & Secretary Mnuchin announced that the FBA will resume accepting PPP loans on Monday, April 27. April 24: Secretary of Labor Scalia participated in a virtual G20 Labor & Employment Ministers meeting to discuss the response to the coronavirus pandemic. April 24: The VA announced that hiring has increased 37% during the first 2 weeks of April, as the agency surges staff to fight the coronavirus. April 24: The DOJ obtained an injunction prohibiting a Dallas health center from fraudulently promoting “ozone therapy” as a legitimate COVID-19 treatment. April 24: USDA approved California & Connecticut for the Pandemic EBT Program, which will help feed children eligible for USDA school lunch programs who are now at home during the coronavirus outbreak. April 24: The USDA announced Vermont was added to the SNAP online program, allowing food stamp recipients to purchase food online. https://www.donaldjtrump.com/media/timeline-the-trump-administrations-decisive-actions-to-combat-the-coronavirus/
  9. #FakeNews has been debunked several times over months now, but hey, continue to do what you do on behalf of Beijing Biden pal. The truth won't ever go, away, no matter how many lies you login to tell: December 31: China reports the discovery of the coronavirus to the World Health Organization. January 3: CDC Director Robert Redfield sent an email to the director of the Chinese CDC, George Gao, formally offering to send U.S. experts to China to investigate the coronavirus. January 5: CDC Director Redfield sent another email to the Chinese CDC Director, George Gao, formally offering to send U.S. experts to China to investigate the coronavirus outbreak, January 6: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a level I travel notice for Wuhan, China due to the spreading coronavirus. January 7: The CDC established a coronavirus incident management system to better share and respond to information about the virus. January 11: The CDC updated a Level 1 travel health notice for Wuhan, China. January 17: The CDC began implementing public health entry screening at the 3 U.S. airports that received the most travelers from Wuhan – San Francisco, New York JFK, and Los Angeles. January 20: Dr. Fauci announces the National Institutes of Health is already working on the development of a vaccine for the coronavirus. January 21: The CDC activated its emergency operations center to provide ongoing support to the coronavirus response. January 23: The CDC sought a “special emergency authorization” from the FDA to allow states to use its newly developed coronavirus test. January 27: President Trump tweeted that he made an offer to President Xi Jinping to send experts to China to investigate the coronavirus outbreak. January 27: The CDC issued a level III travel health notice urging Americans to avoid all nonessential travel to China due to the coronavirus. January 27: The White House Coronavirus Task Force started meeting to help monitor and contain the spread of the virus and provide updates to the President. January 29: The White House announced the formation of the Coronavirus Task Force to help monitor and contain the spread of the virus and provide updates to the President. January 31: The Trump Administration: Declared the coronavirus a public health emergency. Announced Chinese travel restrictions. Suspended entry into the United States for foreign nationals who pose a risk of transmitting the coronavirus. January 31: The Department of Homeland Security took critical steps to funnel all flights from China into just 7 domestic U.S. airports. ... April 22: President Trump directed the Opportunity & Revitalization Council to focus on supporting underserved communities impacted by the coronavirus, including Black and Hispanic communities. April 22: President Trump announced the Administration has to date directed more than $7 billion in funding towards coronavirus treatments, diagnostics, and therapies. April 22: President Trump spoke to Governor Newsom about increasing testing capacity. April 22: President Trump held calls with Pakistan’s PM Imran Khan and Amir Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani of Qatar about the global coronavirus response. April 22: Vice President Pence held a call with over 340 state legislators from 43 states to discuss the response to coronavirus. April 22: Vice President Pence announced that 5,500 active duty military personnel are currently deployed to assist in the coronavirus response, including 964 medical personnel in 17 hospitals in 7 states. April 22: Vice President Pence announced that the VA has been deploying teams of VA personnel to assist nursing homes in some states. April 22: HHS awarded nearly $165 million in funding to fight the coronavirus in rural communities, providing CARES Act funding to 1,779 small rural hospitals and 14 HRSA-Funded telehealth resource centers. April 22: HHS announced an additional $20 billion in CARES Act funding for health care providers would be disbursed this week. April 22: FEMA Announced $36.5 million in expedited funding to the city and county of Denver, Colorado in response to the coronavirus. April 22: FEMA published a final rule defining certain PPE as ”scarce” to combat hoarding and price gouging of these materials. April 22: The Justice Department announced federal law enforcement officials had successfully disrupted hundreds of online coronavirus scam websites. April 22: The USDA announced it has successfully increased monthly SNAP benefits by 40% during the coronavirus outbreak. April 22: USDA approved Alabama for the Pandemic EBT Program, which will help feed children eligible for USDA school lunch programs who are now at home during the coronavirus outbreak. April 22: Secretary DeVos called on wealthy universities to reject taxpayer coronavirus funds and on Congress to change the eligibility put forth by the CARES Act. April 23: President Trump held calls with United Arab Emirates Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Zayed, South Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa, Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, and Colombian President Ivan Duque about the response to the coronavirus pandemic. April 23: President Trump announced that to date 750 million pieces of PPE have been delivered to the US through Project Airbridge. April 23: Vice President Pence participated in a conference call with Secretary Carson to discuss refocusing the White House Opportunity and Revitalization Council on the needs of Hispanic and Black communities impacted by the coronavirus. April 23: Vice President Pence announced that since the release of the Trump Administration’s Opening Up America Again guidelines, 16 states have issued formal re-opening plans. April 23: Acting DHS Undersecretary for Science & Technology William Bryan announced findings of a study indicating that heat, humidity, and UV rays can slow and kill the coronavirus. April 23: HHS announced $631 million in CARES Act funding for public health departments across the country for testing, contact tracing, and containment of the coronavirus. April 23: HHS awarded nearly $5 million to poison control centers across the country which are seeing increased calls during the coronavirus outbreak. April 23: CMS released a new telehealth toolkit to accelerate state us of telehealth in Medicaid and CHIP during the coronavirus pandemic. April 23: The USDA approved Wisconsin for the Pandemic EBT Program, which will help feed children eligible for USDA school lunch programs who are now at home during the coronavirus outbreak. April 23: The EPA announced that it blocked the importation of “a significant number of shipments” of illegal and untested “virus shut out” products that were being shipped into California airports. April 24: President Trump signed the Paycheck Protection Program and Health Care Enhancement Act into law, providing $321B in new funding for the PPP, $75B for health care providers, and $25B for coronavirus testing. April 24: President Trump held calls with the Indonesian President, Ecuadorian President, El Salvadorian President, and Honduran President about the response to the coronavirus pandemic. April 24: Vice President Pence announced to date 5.1 million coronavirus tests have been completed. April 24: Vice President Pence announced that over 35,000 National Guard troops and 5,000 active duty military personnel in 10 states remain active to assist in the coronavirus response. April 24: Vice President Pence & members of the coronavirus held a conference call with Governors to discuss increasing testing capacity. April 24: FDA Administrator Dr. Hahn announced the FDA granted emergency approvals to 63 coronavirus diagnostic and serological tests to date. April 24: Administrator Carranza & Secretary Mnuchin announced that the FBA will resume accepting PPP loans on Monday, April 27. April 24: Secretary of Labor Scalia participated in a virtual G20 Labor & Employment Ministers meeting to discuss the response to the coronavirus pandemic. April 24: The VA announced that hiring has increased 37% during the first 2 weeks of April, as the agency surges staff to fight the coronavirus. April 24: The DOJ obtained an injunction prohibiting a Dallas health center from fraudulently promoting “ozone therapy” as a legitimate COVID-19 treatment. April 24: USDA approved California & Connecticut for the Pandemic EBT Program, which will help feed children eligible for USDA school lunch programs who are now at home during the coronavirus outbreak. April 24: The USDA announced Vermont was added to the SNAP online program, allowing food stamp recipients to purchase food online. https://www.donaldjtrump.com/media/timeline-the-trump-administrations-decisive-actions-to-combat-the-coronavirus/
  10. Nope. That is not the case on, January 6th, if you are expecting that revolution you screamed about in here LOL no Pence = no Congressional action during electoral vote counting next week: https://www.cnn.com/2020/12/31/politics/pence-gohmert-electoral-college-lawsuit/index.html
  11. Did you vote for Beijing Biden? Did you help turn this place into the United States of China? Did you agree with Joe Biden, 3 weeks ago, when he sided with President Xi that the USA must scrap the "America first!" culture if they want to reengage with China?
  12. Nope. punkAZZpence has already said that he's refusing to join the effort, January 6th, so there is no last stand and no revolution on that day.
  13. Just did a fixed satire on this same concept, of reality, which we now live within watching the funeral of 'free press' in the greatest nation on Earth:
  14. Exactly. But in all due respect sir, I cannot answer the question without first being fair to me and to you ... by making sure you and I had all of the information necessary to make a judgement on my response to your question. So please tell me further, so I can gleefully answer your question; Did you vote for Trump-Pence in 2020?
  15. Nope. Not anymore. You Liberal Lunatics have made politics into a word that neo-describes what China gets.
  16. ahhhhh, once again, you come to make sure people see how much you hate any one who is not a Democrat. Rubio told the exact truth about Fauci's deceit, but that does not bother you about Fauci. Since Democrats and Biden love Fauci, then you are silent on Fauci telling lies ---and you even namecall a man for pointing out the fact that Fauci told lies. You are truly pathetic. https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2020/12/dr_fauci_justifies_lies_saying_americans_cant_handle_the_truth.html https://710wor.iheart.com/featured/mark-simone/content/2020-05-12-dr-anthony-faucis-15-totally-wrong-predictions-and-contradictions/ https://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/todaysdebate/2020/07/14/anthony-fauci-wrong-with-me-peter-navarro-editorials-debates/5439374002/
  17. LOL don't be so hard on your mother up in here LOL If he calls yall on the, telephone, I will assume you should have known to keep ordeal that on the telephone and not drag it online into the forum. If he's actually calling yall then that is a whole other dimension of, laws, that are available to protect yall versus dragging it out here in the forum. Nonetheless, if a mod is an authority-abusing asshole, you cannot justify that mod's unethical actions nor justify that mod's authority-abuse by way of your bad experience on a phone call with 5x5.
  18. No, it is not excellent. It is actually rather, fatuous, once a mod is abusing their authority.
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