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"The deadly consequences of Trump’s government shutdown"

 

 

I knew deep down that he was somehow responsible.

 

 

https://www.politicususa.com/2019/03/12/trump-shutdown-ethiopian-airlines-crash.html

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News reports on Tuesday revealed that Donald Trump’s government shutdown over his border wall could be to blame for the Ethiopian Airlines crash that claimed the lives of 157 people over the weekend. According to the MSNBC, Trump’s shutdown delayed work on a software fix that would solve what Rachel Maddow called the “unexpected nosedive problem” on the Boeing 737 Max 8.

“You might have thought we got nothing out of the government shutdown as a country, but it turns out not just us but the whole world got something,” Rachel Maddow said. “We got a five-week delay in the implementation of the software that they think will solve the unexpected nosedive problem in the Boeing 737 Max 8 jets. How soon could the software fix have been ready? Should it have been ready before the Ethiopia plane crash this week that killed 157 people? Well, here’s the back story on the timing of when this will be rolled out: A software fix to this particular flight control feature had been expected early in January, but discussions between the FAA and Boeing dragged on. Officials from various parts of Boeing and the FAA had differing views of how extensive the fix should be. U.S. officials also say the federal government’s recent shutdown halted work on the fix entirely for five weeks. So did everybody enjoy their 35-day government shutdown? I mean, you might have thought we got nothing out of that as a country but it turns out not just us but the whole world got something. We got a five-week delay in the implementation of the software that they think will solve the unexpected nosedive problem in the Boeing 737 max 8 jets, and in the meantime, Ethiopia Airlines flight 302 has crashed, killing more than 150 people. The investigation into that crash is now underway, closely on the heels of that other 737 max 8 crash that happened in Indonesia. 

The deadly consequences of Trump’s government shutdown

The short-term consequences of Donald Trump’s government shutdown were bad enough as hundreds of thousands of workers without paychecks were struggling to feed their families or afford health care. But it’s clear that, despite the fact that the shutdown itself ended in late January, there are long-term ramifications that continue to be felt, even if they can sometimes be hard to quantify.

 

 

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Uhh...Ethiopia is not restricted by our FAA.  They could have implemented the software on their assets by going directly to their vendor (i.e. Boeing). 

 

Rachel Madcow...why do people listen to it.

 

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8 minutes ago, drvoke said:

 

 Image result for trump government shutdown cartoon

 

Image result for trump ethiopian airline crash cartoon

 

 

"The deadly consequences of Trump’s government shutdown"

 

 

I knew deep down that he was somehow responsible.

 

 

https://www.politicususa.com/2019/03/12/trump-shutdown-ethiopian-airlines-crash.html

(Full article at above link)

 

News reports on Tuesday revealed that Donald Trump’s government shutdown over his border wall could be to blame for the Ethiopian Airlines crash that claimed the lives of 157 people over the weekend. According to the MSNBC, Trump’s shutdown delayed work on a software fix that would solve what Rachel Maddow called the “unexpected nosedive problem” on the Boeing 737 Max 8.

“You might have thought we got nothing out of the government shutdown as a country, but it turns out not just us but the whole world got something,” Rachel Maddow said. “We got a five-week delay in the implementation of the software that they think will solve the unexpected nosedive problem in the Boeing 737 Max 8 jets. How soon could the software fix have been ready? Should it have been ready before the Ethiopia plane crash this week that killed 157 people? Well, here’s the back story on the timing of when this will be rolled out: A software fix to this particular flight control feature had been expected early in January, but discussions between the FAA and Boeing dragged on. Officials from various parts of Boeing and the FAA had differing views of how extensive the fix should be. U.S. officials also say the federal government’s recent shutdown halted work on the fix entirely for five weeks. So did everybody enjoy their 35-day government shutdown? I mean, you might have thought we got nothing out of that as a country but it turns out not just us but the whole world got something. We got a five-week delay in the implementation of the software that they think will solve the unexpected nosedive problem in the Boeing 737 max 8 jets, and in the meantime, Ethiopia Airlines flight 302 has crashed, killing more than 150 people. The investigation into that crash is now underway, closely on the heels of that other 737 max 8 crash that happened in Indonesia. 

The deadly consequences of Trump’s government shutdown

The short-term consequences of Donald Trump’s government shutdown were bad enough as hundreds of thousands of workers without paychecks were struggling to feed their families or afford health care. But it’s clear that, despite the fact that the shutdown itself ended in late January, there are long-term ramifications that continue to be felt, even if they can sometimes be hard to quantify.

 

 

Maddow?

 

So you blame Trump??

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2 minutes ago, BatteryPowered said:

Uhh...Ethiopia is not restricted by our FAA.  They could have implemented the software on their assets by going directly to their vendor (i.e. Boeing). Rachel Madcow...why do people listen to it.

 

 

Because she is brilliant, analytical and always truthful.

 

It's no surprise that an immoral, ethically-bankrupt, slavish whore like you would despise that.

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News flash!!!

 

Don't fly a plane if you think it's broken...no matter who is shut down.

 

Glad I could help.

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6 minutes ago, BatteryPowered said:

Uhh...Ethiopia is not restricted by our FAA.  They could have implemented the software on their assets by going directly to their vendor (i.e. Boeing). 

 

Rachel Madcow...why do people listen to it.

 

 

4 minutes ago, Z09 said:

Maddow?

 

So you blame Trump??

 

What Maddow is saying is that if it wasn't for Trump's government shutdown, Boeing would have implemented the software that would have prevented the crash. It is a difficult argument to refute. I have read a few extreme opinions saying that Trump is as responsible as if he had walked down the aisles and strangled each passenger to death. That's a bit of a stretch.

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14 minutes ago, drvoke said:

 

 Image result for trump government shutdown cartoon

 

Image result for trump ethiopian airline crash cartoon

 

 

"The deadly consequences of Trump’s government shutdown"

 

 

I knew deep down that he was somehow responsible.

 

 

https://www.politicususa.com/2019/03/12/trump-shutdown-ethiopian-airlines-crash.html

(Full article at above link)

 

News reports on Tuesday revealed that Donald Trump’s government shutdown over his border wall could be to blame for the Ethiopian Airlines crash that claimed the lives of 157 people over the weekend. According to the MSNBC, Trump’s shutdown delayed work on a software fix that would solve what Rachel Maddow called the “unexpected nosedive problem” on the Boeing 737 Max 8.

“You might have thought we got nothing out of the government shutdown as a country, but it turns out not just us but the whole world got something,” Rachel Maddow said. “We got a five-week delay in the implementation of the software that they think will solve the unexpected nosedive problem in the Boeing 737 Max 8 jets. How soon could the software fix have been ready? Should it have been ready before the Ethiopia plane crash this week that killed 157 people? Well, here’s the back story on the timing of when this will be rolled out: A software fix to this particular flight control feature had been expected early in January, but discussions between the FAA and Boeing dragged on. Officials from various parts of Boeing and the FAA had differing views of how extensive the fix should be. U.S. officials also say the federal government’s recent shutdown halted work on the fix entirely for five weeks. So did everybody enjoy their 35-day government shutdown? I mean, you might have thought we got nothing out of that as a country but it turns out not just us but the whole world got something. We got a five-week delay in the implementation of the software that they think will solve the unexpected nosedive problem in the Boeing 737 max 8 jets, and in the meantime, Ethiopia Airlines flight 302 has crashed, killing more than 150 people. The investigation into that crash is now underway, closely on the heels of that other 737 max 8 crash that happened in Indonesia. 

The deadly consequences of Trump’s government shutdown

The short-term consequences of Donald Trump’s government shutdown were bad enough as hundreds of thousands of workers without paychecks were struggling to feed their families or afford health care. But it’s clear that, despite the fact that the shutdown itself ended in late January, there are long-term ramifications that continue to be felt, even if they can sometimes be hard to quantify.

 

 

"Trump’s shutdown delayed work on a software fix"

 

So they knew there was a problem and flew the planes anyway?

 

Why didn't the dems say something before the shutdown?  

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21 minutes ago, drvoke said:

 

 Image result for trump government shutdown cartoon

 

Image result for trump ethiopian airline crash cartoon

 

 

"The deadly consequences of Trump’s government shutdown"

 

 

I knew deep down that he was somehow responsible.

 

 

https://www.politicususa.com/2019/03/12/trump-shutdown-ethiopian-airlines-crash.html

(Full article at above link)

 

News reports on Tuesday revealed that Donald Trump’s government shutdown over his border wall could be to blame for the Ethiopian Airlines crash that claimed the lives of 157 people over the weekend. According to the MSNBC, Trump’s shutdown delayed work on a software fix that would solve what Rachel Maddow called the “unexpected nosedive problem” on the Boeing 737 Max 8.

“You might have thought we got nothing out of the government shutdown as a country, but it turns out not just us but the whole world got something,” Rachel Maddow said. “We got a five-week delay in the implementation of the software that they think will solve the unexpected nosedive problem in the Boeing 737 Max 8 jets. How soon could the software fix have been ready? Should it have been ready before the Ethiopia plane crash this week that killed 157 people? Well, here’s the back story on the timing of when this will be rolled out: A software fix to this particular flight control feature had been expected early in January, but discussions between the FAA and Boeing dragged on. Officials from various parts of Boeing and the FAA had differing views of how extensive the fix should be. U.S. officials also say the federal government’s recent shutdown halted work on the fix entirely for five weeks. So did everybody enjoy their 35-day government shutdown? I mean, you might have thought we got nothing out of that as a country but it turns out not just us but the whole world got something. We got a five-week delay in the implementation of the software that they think will solve the unexpected nosedive problem in the Boeing 737 max 8 jets, and in the meantime, Ethiopia Airlines flight 302 has crashed, killing more than 150 people. The investigation into that crash is now underway, closely on the heels of that other 737 max 8 crash that happened in Indonesia. 

The deadly consequences of Trump’s government shutdown

The short-term consequences of Donald Trump’s government shutdown were bad enough as hundreds of thousands of workers without paychecks were struggling to feed their families or afford health care. But it’s clear that, despite the fact that the shutdown itself ended in late January, there are long-term ramifications that continue to be felt, even if they can sometimes be hard to quantify.

 

 

 

 

haha....nobody read all that

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14 minutes ago, DemoMan said:

 

Because she is brilliant, analytical and always truthful.

 

It's no surprise that an immoral, ethically-bankrupt, slavish whore like you would despise that.

 

Maddow is a mentally ill tranny

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1 minute ago, CrimeaRiver said:

 

 

haha....nobody read all that

 

Anyone can get the gist of it in the first few lines. I'm not dumbing down my posts for you, bonehead. 

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 Well, here’s the back story on the timing of when this will be rolled out: A software fix to this particular flight control feature had been expected early in January, but discussions between the FAA and Boeing dragged on.

 

Officials from various parts of Boeing and the FAA had differing views of how extensive the fix should be.

 

U.S. officials also say the federal government’s recent shutdown halted work on the fix entirely for five weeks.

 

So did everybody enjoy their 35-day government shutdown? I mean, you might have thought we got nothing out of that as a country but it turns out not just us but the whole world got something.

 

We got a five-week delay in the implementation of the software that they think will solve the unexpected nosedive problem in the Boeing 737 max 8 jets, and in the meantime, Ethiopia Airlines flight 302 has crashed, killing more than 150 people.

 

The investigation into that crash is now underway, closely on the heels of that other 737 max 8 crash that happened in Indonesia. 

 

 

Soooooooo in an effort to cover his butt Trump the Rump somehow grounded these giant aircraft which BOEING should have done immediately!

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27 minutes ago, drvoke said:

 

 Image result for trump government shutdown cartoon

 

Image result for trump ethiopian airline crash cartoon

 

 

"The deadly consequences of Trump’s government shutdown"

 

 

I knew deep down that he was somehow responsible.

 

 

https://www.politicususa.com/2019/03/12/trump-shutdown-ethiopian-airlines-crash.html

(Full article at above link)

 

News reports on Tuesday revealed that Donald Trump’s government shutdown over his border wall could be to blame for the Ethiopian Airlines crash that claimed the lives of 157 people over the weekend. According to the MSNBC, Trump’s shutdown delayed work on a software fix that would solve what Rachel Maddow called the “unexpected nosedive problem” on the Boeing 737 Max 8.

“You might have thought we got nothing out of the government shutdown as a country, but it turns out not just us but the whole world got something,” Rachel Maddow said. “We got a five-week delay in the implementation of the software that they think will solve the unexpected nosedive problem in the Boeing 737 Max 8 jets. How soon could the software fix have been ready? Should it have been ready before the Ethiopia plane crash this week that killed 157 people? Well, here’s the back story on the timing of when this will be rolled out: A software fix to this particular flight control feature had been expected early in January, but discussions between the FAA and Boeing dragged on. Officials from various parts of Boeing and the FAA had differing views of how extensive the fix should be. U.S. officials also say the federal government’s recent shutdown halted work on the fix entirely for five weeks. So did everybody enjoy their 35-day government shutdown? I mean, you might have thought we got nothing out of that as a country but it turns out not just us but the whole world got something. We got a five-week delay in the implementation of the software that they think will solve the unexpected nosedive problem in the Boeing 737 max 8 jets, and in the meantime, Ethiopia Airlines flight 302 has crashed, killing more than 150 people. The investigation into that crash is now underway, closely on the heels of that other 737 max 8 crash that happened in Indonesia. 

The deadly consequences of Trump’s government shutdown

The short-term consequences of Donald Trump’s government shutdown were bad enough as hundreds of thousands of workers without paychecks were struggling to feed their families or afford health care. But it’s clear that, despite the fact that the shutdown itself ended in late January, there are long-term ramifications that continue to be felt, even if they can sometimes be hard to quantify.

 

 

How do we know it wasn't one of the terrorists that Obama let in?

 

 

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Thanks for the laugh, so Trump's shutdown is linked to the ethiopian crash , are you blaming him for the malaysian crash too?

 

How about the gang violence in Chicago?

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The more I read about this, the more I'm convinced that Trump's hands are covered in blood.

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12 minutes ago, CrimeaRiver said:

 

Maddow is a mentally ill tranny

 

silly that's Z09 that's a mentally ill tranny get chit straight or get out huh

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36 minutes ago, drvoke said:

 

 Image result for trump government shutdown cartoon

 

Image result for trump ethiopian airline crash cartoon

 

 

"The deadly consequences of Trump’s government shutdown"

 

 

I knew deep down that he was somehow responsible.

 

 

https://www.politicususa.com/2019/03/12/trump-shutdown-ethiopian-airlines-crash.html

(Full article at above link)

 

News reports on Tuesday revealed that Donald Trump’s government shutdown over his border wall could be to blame for the Ethiopian Airlines crash that claimed the lives of 157 people over the weekend. According to the MSNBC, Trump’s shutdown delayed work on a software fix that would solve what Rachel Maddow called the “unexpected nosedive problem” on the Boeing 737 Max 8.

“You might have thought we got nothing out of the government shutdown as a country, but it turns out not just us but the whole world got something,” Rachel Maddow said. “We got a five-week delay in the implementation of the software that they think will solve the unexpected nosedive problem in the Boeing 737 Max 8 jets. How soon could the software fix have been ready? Should it have been ready before the Ethiopia plane crash this week that killed 157 people? Well, here’s the back story on the timing of when this will be rolled out: A software fix to this particular flight control feature had been expected early in January, but discussions between the FAA and Boeing dragged on. Officials from various parts of Boeing and the FAA had differing views of how extensive the fix should be. U.S. officials also say the federal government’s recent shutdown halted work on the fix entirely for five weeks. So did everybody enjoy their 35-day government shutdown? I mean, you might have thought we got nothing out of that as a country but it turns out not just us but the whole world got something. We got a five-week delay in the implementation of the software that they think will solve the unexpected nosedive problem in the Boeing 737 max 8 jets, and in the meantime, Ethiopia Airlines flight 302 has crashed, killing more than 150 people. The investigation into that crash is now underway, closely on the heels of that other 737 max 8 crash that happened in Indonesia. 

The deadly consequences of Trump’s government shutdown

The short-term consequences of Donald Trump’s government shutdown were bad enough as hundreds of thousands of workers without paychecks were struggling to feed their families or afford health care. But it’s clear that, despite the fact that the shutdown itself ended in late January, there are long-term ramifications that continue to be felt, even if they can sometimes be hard to quantify.

 

 

lofl....hahahahahahahahahahaha………………….dude...….Luke Perry died.....trump did it, in the observatory.....with a blunt instrument...

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15 minutes ago, drvoke said:

 

Anyone can get the gist of it in the first few lines. I'm not dumbing down my posts for you, bonehead. 

ooohhh....you are dumbing them down all right.....not sure if you are doing it intentionally but they sure are dumb.....

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12 minutes ago, drvoke said:

 

The more I read about this, the more I'm convinced that Trump's hands are covered in blood.

 

maybe if the cows didnt fart their gases wouldn't ascend to the heavens and the pilots could see too

 

You leftist kills me at times 

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All Blame must fall squarely on the Shoulders of HRC, if HRC wasn't such a POS she would have Beat Trump but she Didn't so HRC is totally covered in the Blood of these poor people DAMN YOU HRC!!

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27 minutes ago, drvoke said:

 

The more I read about this, the more I'm convinced that Trump's hands are covered in blood.

You're actually very easy to convince,..

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Just now, Z09 said:

You're actually very easy to convince,..

 

Not at all. I started out being skeptical, but the more I read about it, it becomes increasingly plausible. Your automatic response is to deny it, not to investigate further. It seems like you are the partisan apologist, not me. I think the best play for you cons is to blame the shutdown on the Dems. But, if I recall correctly, Trump already took credit for it. You may be f*cked. If I could make a suggestion, get ahead of the news cycle and just apologize for killing all of those people.

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1 hour ago, drvoke said:

I knew deep down that he was somehow responsible.

Liberalism is a mental disease...

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Just now, rippy38 said:

Liberalism is a mental disease...

do you believe this sh it? hahahahahaha

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1 minute ago, bigsky said:

do you believe this sh it? hahahahahaha

Bad Orange Man is BAD!

 

These people are fu*king nuts.

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YA TRUMP-UTIN AGAIN... THE HEAD OF THE FAA IS A

TEMPORARY APPOINTEE BY TRUMP-UTIN..

THIS IS 

A VERY BIG PROBLEM THIS JERK OFF PRESIDENT 

ISN'T APPOINTING HEADS OF AGENCIES AND  MANY ARE

FALLING APART....NO BODY WANT'S TO WORK IN HIS ADMN.

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