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Biden Will Win This Fall

The whole Epstein pedophilia conundrum and it’s existence is a stain in the eye of the republic. The fact that a ring like this exists and it only boiling down to the death of a wealthy man is appalling. America has a lot to correct if we’re going to take it to the next echelon.

We need to hopefully not involve ourselves in another regime change war for a long time. We need to focus on American Rights more than the lives of foreigners, and I say this as a man who could very well be a Nationalist. I have extreme love of country, even with the knowledge of things like slavery and centuries of racism. I have to love it, or I wouldn’t live here. The past is the past, and we all have to live in the present with knowledge of the past, trying to carve out a better future for ourselves and future generations.

Donald Trump will probably lose this race.

I think the Democrats have too much on him. For example, articles of impeachment. The edition of Harris as potential VP makes their story that much better. This will boil over well for the Dems, and in the end of the day the Republican narrative will simply be: “can we really afford to spend this much money?”. And that’ll be it, because the Democrats are going to seize more control this time around. It may come with great push-back, but Trump himself has allowed for this type of political arena. His bombastic characteristics create a political spectrum that allows for name-calling and other ill witted actions that should be left out for the bettering of our lives.

Joe Biden isn’t Hillary Clinton and you may think that doesn’t say much, but it does. Clinton won over people and amassed 3 million more votes overall, but we have to remember that she was in fact a woman. It simply hasn’t happened yet, and the electoral college proved that, but she amassed a popular advantage which really shows us that Democrats are voting more in mass.

Biden & Harris will amass more votes then Hillary Clinton was capable of achieving, and I believe it will be more so due to Trump’s record as President and maybe just that alone. He has been outrageously more incompetent then people would have believed. Okay I know there are people who love him, but I am giving you my vantage point of the overall situation and Trump doesn’t look good when I look at the whole world. He’s decisive though, and he has made head-waves as President, but we can do better. There are in fact things that I blame on him, my Republican friends please know this: I do not hate Trump altruistically because I wish him well, and if I had to I’d support him unwillingly, but that isn’t now the case. The case presented to me is that this man is sort of a racist bigot, whom was handed everything he has, and has done things that don’t show a man who really understands what some Americans are going through.

Millions upon millions of Americans are on unemployment because of a virus that Donald Trump may have been able to have prevented had he taken it more seriously earlier on. This is in no way, shape or form Obama’s problem, this is Trump’s problem. Anyways, Trump loses this time around. If he wins, maybe I’ll move to Canada lol. Nah, I’ll stay, but I’d expect more riots and protests, and a massive Revolution because the Democrats do not quit and that is what you need to understand. You can call a Dem names because they are fighting for those already disenfranchised, they are fighting for people who are at the bottom of the barrel, scrapping up change just to get by. Dems are Americans who merely expect more help from their government, and not for their government to be focused on changing the world around us and not our Home.

Social change is always necessary, don’t you ever be so naïve as to believe otherwise. Our system is never perfect and changes must always take place because advances in society only occurs when we allow ourselves to adapt to the times. Adaptation is encouraged by change, so if we want to go there, like I said before, to another echelon of humanity, I believe we need to make a few changes. I could say for peace, but not everyone agrees. Maybe a world with less violence and more aid and charity.

Maybe.

As a reminber, please vote this November. If you’re a Democrat, this may be the most important vote of your life. And if you’re a Republican and Trump wins, please expect the biggest pushback this country may ever witness. I kid you the heck not, there are a lot of people who do not want Trump to win.

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Trump administration moves to formally withdraw US from WHO

BY BRETT SAMUELS

The White House has officially moved to withdraw the United States from the World Health Organization (WHO), a senior administration official confirmed Tuesday, breaking ties with a global public health body in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.

The U.S. has submitted its withdrawal notification to the United Nations secretary-general, the official said. Withdrawal requires a year’s notice, so it will not go into effect until July 6, 2021, raising the possibility the decision could be reversed.

Sen. Bob Menendez (N.J.), the top Democrat on the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee, tweeted that the administration informed Congress of the withdrawal plans.

“To call Trump’s response to COVID chaotic & incoherent doesn’t do it justice. This won’t protect American lives or interests — it leaves Americans sick & America alone,” the senator tweeted.

Congress received notification that POTUS officially withdrew the U.S. from the @WHO in the midst of a pandemic.

To call Trump’s response to COVID chaotic & incoherent doesn’t do it justice. This won’t protect American lives or interests—it leaves Americans sick & America alone.

— Senator Bob Menendez (@SenatorMenendez) July 7, 2020

The formal notification of withdrawal concludes months of threats from the Trump administration to pull the United States out of the WHO, which is affiliated with the United Nations. President Trump has repeatedly assailed the organization for alleged bias toward China and its slow response to the coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan.

But public health experts and Democrats have raised alarms that the decision may be short-sighted and could undercut the global response to the pandemic, which has infected 11.6 million people worldwide. The U.S. has the highest number of reported cases in the world at nearly 3 million.

They have also argued that some of the WHO’s initial missteps can be attributed to China’s lack of transparency in the early stages of the outbreak.

The president first froze funding for the WHO in April while his administration conducted a review of its relationship with the entity. Weeks later, he wrote to the WHO demanding reforms but did not specify what those reforms would be.

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Trump administration moves to formally withdraw US from WHO

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The White House has officially moved to withdraw the United States from the World Health Organization (WHO), a senior administration official confirmed Tuesday, breaking ties with a global public health body in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.

The U.S. has submitted its withdrawal notification to the United Nations secretary-general, the official said. Withdrawal requires a year’s notice, so it will not go into effect until July 6, 2021, raising the possibility the decision could be reversed.

Sen. Bob Menendez (N.J.), the top Democrat on the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee, tweeted that the administration informed Congress of the withdrawal plans.

“To call Trump’s response to COVID chaotic & incoherent doesn’t do it justice. This won’t protect American lives or interests — it leaves Americans sick & America alone,” the senator tweeted.

Congress received notification that POTUS officially withdrew the U.S. from the @WHO in the midst of a pandemic.

To call Trump’s response to COVID chaotic & incoherent doesn’t do it justice. This won’t protect American lives or interests—it leaves Americans sick & America alone.

— Senator Bob Menendez (@SenatorMenendez) July 7, 2020

The formal notification of withdrawal concludes months of threats from the Trump administration to pull the United States out of the WHO, which is affiliated with the United Nations. President Trump has repeatedly assailed the organization for alleged bias toward China and its slow response to the coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan.

But public health experts and Democrats have raised alarms that the decision may be short-sighted and could undercut the global response to the pandemic, which has infected 11.6 million people worldwide. The U.S. has the highest number of reported cases in the world at nearly 3 million.

They have also argued that some of the WHO’s initial missteps can be attributed to China’s lack of transparency in the early stages of the outbreak.

The president first froze funding for the WHO in April while his administration conducted a review of its relationship with the entity. Weeks later, he wrote to the WHO demanding reforms but did not specify what those reforms would be.

Trump announced at the end of May the U.S. was “terminating” ties with the WHO.

The move was cheered by conservatives who had accused the WHO of harboring pro-China bias and argued the global body was not a productive use of funds.

Critics of the WHO have pointed to its initial assertion that the coronavirus could not be spread via human-to-human transmission, and Trump has harped on the organization’s opposition to travel bans after he imposed one on China.

Trump and his allies have also lashed out at the WHO for failing to stop early warning signs of the outbreak.

China first alerted the WHO to the presence of a cluster of atypical pneumonia in the city of Wuhan on Dec. 31 after the WHO picked up reports through its epidemic intelligence system. But there is evidence to indicate the virus was circulating in Wuhan as early as mid-November.

The United States contributes upwards of $400 million annually to the WHO — making it the group’s largest contributor — and public health experts have warned that a suspension of funds would severely damage the organization.

The timing of the administration’s decision has drawn intense scrutiny and is likely to spur questions about U.S. involvement in global efforts to develop a coronavirus vaccine.

“This decision is irresponsible, reckless, and utterly incomprehensible. Withdrawing from the @WHO in the midst of the greatest public health crisis of our lifetime is a self-destructive move. More Americans will be hurt by this careless choice,” Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.) tweeted.

This report was updated at 3:12 p.m.

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Mississippi to remove state flag, the last to display the Confederate battle emblem

BY KATE SMITH

UPDATED ON: JUNE 28, 2020 / 7:50 PM / CBS NEWS

The Mississippi state legislature voted on Sunday to replace its state flag, the last in the nation to display the Confederate battle emblem. The removal of the flag marks the latest Confederate symbol to topple in the weeks following George Floyd’s death as activists have called for a reexamination of the racism that exists in all corners of society.

The bill passed by a vote of 91-23 in the House and 37-14 in the Senate.  

The bill now goes to the desk of Governor Tate Reeves, who on Saturday morning said he would sign the legislation into law, reversing resistance to a legislature-led change to the flag. Mississippians will vote on a replacement flag in the November election. According to the legislation, the current flag design cannot be an option.

“I would guess a lot of you don’t even see that flag in the corner right there,” said Mississippi state Representative Ed Blackmon, who is black, during public comment on Saturday. “There are some of us who notice it every time we walk in here, and it’s not a good feeling.”

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The state flag of Mississippi flies at the Governor’s Mansion in Jackson, Mississippi, on Friday, April 26, 2019.ROGELIO V. SOLIS / AP

Up until earlier this month, the majority of Mississippians favored keeping the flag, which prominently features the battle flag of the Army of Northern Virginia. In 2001, voters decided two to one in a ballot measure to keep the flag as is, many arguing it was a nod to their ancestors who fought for Mississippi in the Civil War. 

But a recent wave of influential business, religious and sports leaders condemning the flag — including the Southeastern Conference and the National Collegiate Athletic Association —  prompted a change of heart. By Thursday, polling showed 55% of Mississippians wanted a change, according to the state’s chamber of commerce.

Many symbols of the Confederacy have vanished in the wake of Floyd’s death. Earlier this month, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam announced his intention to remove a towering statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee from Richmond’s historic Monument Avenue. Military leaders have said they were open to renaming forts named after Confederate generals, a proposal that’s been rejected by President Trump. NASCAR announced it would prohibit the display of the Confederate flag during races and other events, writing in a statement that the flag’s presence “runs contrary to our commitment to providing a welcoming and inclusive environment.”

But nowhere is the Confederate flag more on display than in Mississippi, the last remaining state to include the design on its official state flag. As other Southern states have retired designs that included the symbol, Mississippi has been the lone holdout, even as institutions across the state have voluntarily pulled it down. 

Following the attack on black parishioners by a white supremacist in a South Carolina church, all of Mississippi’s public universities and many cities have stopped flying the ensign. But the flag still flies in front of many public buildings, including the state capitol building and the Governor’s mansion.

Mississippians had previously been resistant to changing the flag, citing the state’s history. But activists argued the flag has been co-opted, and now is used as a symbol of white supremacy, the Jim Crow South and racism and violence that black Americans still face.

“My ancestors were beaten and traumatized, and it was under that flag,” said Jarrius Adams, 22, a political activist that advocated for the change. “There are a lot of moments when I’m not proud to be from Mississippi, but this is definitely a moment that I’m extremely proud to be from Mississippi.”

First published on June 28, 2020 / 6:59 PM

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