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White House, Senators Strike Deal on Massive Stimulus Package

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  • Plan provides aid for businesses, checks for individuals
  • Senate and House still to vote; lawmakers optimistic
Watch: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell speaks about the deal between Democrats and Republicans on an historic rescue package.
 

 

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The Trump administration struck a deal with Senate Democrats and Republicans on an historic rescue package with more than $2 trillion in spending and tax breaks to bolster the hobbled U.S. economy and fund a nationwide effort to stem the coronavirus.

“At last we have a deal,” Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said early Wednesday on the chamber’s floor. “I’m thrilled that we’re finally going to deliver to the country.”
 
Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer, who engaged in marathon negotiations with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, called it an “outstanding agreement.”
 

The legislation was still being drafted and there were few details on all the provisions agreed to, especially related to the specific terms of the bailout and loan terms for companies.

Lawmakers are awaiting a final text of the bill ahead of a vote that McConnell promised would be held later Wednesday.

It would still have to pass in the House before it gets to President Donald Trump’s desk. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who had consulted with Schumer throughout the negotiations, has previously indicated she would act to move the bill quickly.

“This bipartisan legislation takes us a long way down the road in meeting the needs of the American people,” Pelosi said in a statement Wednesday. “House Democrats will now review the final provisions and legislative text of the agreement to determine a course of action.”
 

The outline of the plan includes about $500 billion that can be used to back loans and assistance to companies, including $50 billion for loans to U.S. airlines, as well as state and local governments. It also has more than $350 billion to aid small businesses. Then there is $150 billion for hospitals and other health-care providers for equipment and supplies.

Direct Payments

For individuals the package provides direct payments to lower- and middle-income Americans of $1,200 for each adult, as well as $500 for each child. Unemployment insurance would be extended to four months, the benefits would be bolstered by $600 weekly and eligibility would be expanded to cover more workers.

The bill provides a tax credit for companies who retain employees even if they’ve been mandated to close or seen a significant drop-off in business. Student loan borrowers who get assistance from their employers on paying those back don’t have to pay income tax on the aid.
 

Read More: Americans’ Views of Economy Plunge by Record Amid Shutdowns

Democrats demanded and won a series of restraints on corporations that would benefit from loans or investments from the Treasury Department, as well as an oversight mechanism for who gets money.

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Mitch McConnell walks through the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., on March 24.

Photographer: Sarah Silbiger/Bloomberg

Any company receiving a government loan would be subject to a ban on stock buybacks through the term of the loan plus one additional year. They also would have to limit executive bonuses and take steps to protect workers. The Treasury Department would have to disclose the terms of loans or other aid to companies and a new Treasury inspector general would oversee the lending program.

Notably, Democrats won language that would bar any business owned by Trump or his family from getting loans from Treasury. Businesses owned by members of Congress, heads of executive departments and Vice President Mike Pence also would be blocked.

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With the prospect that Congress was closing in on a deal Tuesday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose more than 11% in its biggest advance since 1933, and the S&P 500 rebounded with the biggest one-day gain since October 2008 after starting the week with a rout. In Asia markets, U.S. futures pared early losses after news of the deal.

In a letter to his fellow Democrats, Schumer highlighted a series of transparency measures that would prevent keeping loans secret and create a new inspector general to oversee the program.

Schumer also said that hundreds of billions would be spent on Democratic priorities, including the expansion of unemployment benefits, money for hospitals as well as more funding for cities and transportation.

Democrats also rejected the $3 billion sought by the Trump administration to buy oil to fill the Strategic Petroleum Reserve.

Pelosi said on Tuesday that the House could quickly approve a Senate-passed coronavirus stimulus with a voice vote that doesn’t require members to travel to Washington -- as long as the bill does not have any “poison pills” Democrats object to.

That would also require the unanimous consent of all House Republicans. The second-ranking House Republican, Representative Steve Scalise of Louisiana, told his vote-counting team during a conference call Tuesday night that the best option is to accept a Senate-passed economic stimulus bill, according to Scalise spokeswoman Lauren Fine.

Eric Ueland, the White House legislative affairs director, said after the agreement was reached that the “the president and his team look forward to swift action for urgently needed assistance to the American people and powerful aid to the nation’s economy as we work through this crisis.”

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The size of the stimulus package is unprecedented, dwarfing the approximately $800 billion Obama stimulus that passed five months after the 2008 financial crash.

Together with Fed intervention, the proposed legislation amounted to a $6 trillion stimulus, according to White House economic adviser Larry Ludlow, or about 30% of annual GDP.

The package will likely more than double a U.S budget deficit that was already set to hit $1 trillion this year before the outbreak. It also may not be the last infusion of government spending in response to the spread of the virus.
 

Lawmakers universally expressed a sense of urgency as the nation’s economy deteriorates and the health outlook grows more dire. The World Health Organization said the U.S. has the potential to become the new epicenter of the global pandemic as the number of known infections soars.

The proposal is the third -- and biggest -- plan by Congress to confront the coronavirus crisis as the disease spreads.

An initial $8 billion plan passed by Congress March 5 is funding emergency health care needs stemming from the coronavirus, and a second plan enacted last week will provide many Americans with paid sick leave, food assistance and free coronavirus testing. It also will send tens of billions in fresh aid to states.

— With assistance by Mike Dorning, Laura Davison, Erik Wasson, Daniel Flatley, Saleha Mohsin, Billy House, and Andreea Papuc

(Updates with text still being drafted, statement from Pelosi in fourth through seventh paragraphs)
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"I'm just trying to make a way out of no way, for my people" -Modejeska Monteith Simpkins

 

AFRICAN AMERICA IS AT WAR

THERE IS A RACE WAR ON AFRICAN AMERICA

THERE IS A RACE WAR ON AFRICAN AMERICANS

THERE IS A RACE WAR ON BLACK PEOPLE IN AMERICA

AMERICA'S RACISTS HAVE INFILTRATED AMERICAN POLICE FORCES TO WAGE A RACE WAR AGAINST BLACK PEOPLE IN AMERICA

THE BLACK RACE IS AT WAR

FIRST WORLD WAR:  THE APPROXIMATELY 6,000 YEAR WORLD WAR ON AFRICA AND THE BLACK RACE

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Are the cops going to stop murdering us now?? Did the Senate free the slaves?? Are we now full-fledged citizens?? That's alright. I know the answers!! A big fat resounding NO.  We still Niggers?? Yep!!

This Stimulus Bill is just another Cash Cow for Wall Street and a few crumbs for the American people.

It is 'NEWS' because for the first time in decades you actually see Democrats acting like Democrats, and standing against Republican FLEECING of TAX PAYER revenues.

The original "Stimulus Bill" gave Steven Mnuchin [the psychopath that foreclosed on a very elderly woman's house for .35 cents] card blank with about 3 Billion dollars, with no oversight, and no obligation to say who he gave money to and no oversight requirements to keep a record of what the money was spend on or make any information regarding what he did with any of the money available to ANYONE.

Where American citizens were concerned, it gave the highest payout [of CRUMBS] and TWO payouts, to Americans making the most amount of money already [up to $198,000.00 per year], while giving the least amount, and ONE payout to working poor and unemployed Americans.  Democrats actually standing up against this round of REVENUE ROBBERY by Republicans, forced changes to the Bill that equalized payouts to American citizens and requires strict oversight of exactly Who gets what amount of 'bailout', or any at all.  

However, the most important, is the fact that America's Healthcare is going to be infused with $8Billion Dollars.

Of course, just as with the last "Stimulus Bill",  ALL of the payouts SHOULD  only go to individual American citizens, and NONE of the money should go to multi-billion dollar corporations/industries.  But, with most American individuals living paycheck to paycheck or one paycheck or one month's pay away from living on the streets, on top of so many loosing even those jobs with so many mandatory shutdowns, even those insulting little crumbs of payouts to individuals will be of SOME help.

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  Deals like this is never about the people...it's about the business. So getting through this is REALLY up to the American people.  You can tell that this presidency DONT care about the people.  Proof happened this week when the prez ask the elderly to "take it in the chin" for America!  WTF?  In other words, he wants everybody to go back to work by Easter despite the LARGE increase of people getting the virus and despite the LARGE increase of the elderly dying.  He wants the elderly to die for America.  Gotta say it again.  He wants the elderly to "take it in the chin" for America i.e. DIE FOR AMERICA cuz you're old anyway.  He wants the elderly to what he's not willing to do.    Aint that a bitch?!!.    Thing is?  He's elderly too.  What a monster!  It looks like we are headed toward the Feudal system if this president is not stopped.  Again.. he is SHOWING he doesn't give a fock about the American people.  It's all about money and power. All while white people are standing around like helpless  zombies watching the destruction of America happen before their eyes.....piece by piece.   But! 

Kocolicious posted:

  Deals like this is never about the people...it's about the business. So getting through this is REALLY up to the American people.  You can tell that this presidency DONT care about the people.  Proof happened this week when the prez ask the elderly to "take it in the chin" for America!  WTF?  In other words, he wants everybody to go back to work by Easter despite the LARGE increase of people getting the virus and despite the LARGE increase of the elderly dying.  He wants the elderly to die for America.  Gotta say it again.  He wants the elderly to "take it in the chin" for America i.e. DIE FOR AMERICA cuz you're old anyway.  He wants the elderly to what he's not willing to do.    Aint that a bitch?!!.    Thing is?  He's elderly too.  What a monster!  It looks like we are headed toward the Feudal system if this president is not stopped.  Again.. he is SHOWING he doesn't give a fock about the American people.  It's all about money and power. All while white people are standing around like helpless  zombies watching the destruction of America happen before their eyes.....piece by piece.   But! 

Yeah, I was checking out Trump's "Death Panels" rhetoric.

Since his voter base will follow him to hell, I hope they do exactly what Trump is saying.  I hope everyone else continues to ignore all the dangerous, deadly ramblings of this psychopath drenched administration.

Trump and his minions are literally trying to force this Pandemic into being  at a level of uncontrollable destruction of health and life in America.

It is literally unbelievable what White America is sitting idly by, allowing this [the crap coming out of Trump administration] to happen to this country; allowing  to happen to The United States of America. 

With the exception of a few by comparison, and the White 'Progressives' in this country, White Americans are either Trump minions, or are tragically indifferent as hell to what republicans, Trump and his minions have been doing to this country, the American economy, Americans'  and now, even the health and lives of Americans.

 

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I  SPOKE  TOO  SOON:

 

 

AMERICA HAS JUST BEEN SOLD TO CORPORATIONS AND BILLIONAIRES!

WHILE DEMOCRATS [UNLIKE I THOUGHT] LITERALLY SAT AND DID NOTHING TO STOP IT.

CORONA VIRUS IS BEING USED TO USHER IN THE "NEW WORLD ORDER"! AND, FROM WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE, ELIMINATE MILLIONS OF PEOPLE OFF THE FACE OF THIS EARTH. [THEY-DO-NOT-WANT THE COUNTRY IN A POSITON TO BE SAVE PEOPLE FROM THE CORONA VIRUS!] [THIS ADMINISTRATION IS LITERALLY TRYING TO FACILITATE THE SPREAD OF THE VIRUS!]

ALL IMPERIALIST COUNTRIES ARE IN LOCK-STEP WITH EACH OTHER.

AMERICANS LIVING IN DENIAL OF THE GODDAMN RIGHT-WING/RACIST NAZI CONFEDERACY COLLUSION WITH CORPORATE POWER COUP D 'ETAT TAKING PLACE IN AMERICA, HAS LITERALLY FACILITATED THE FALL OF DEMOCRACY.

 

 

LIVING IN DENIAL IS DANGEROUS AND DEADLY AS HELL!

 

 

 

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  Yep! I agree.  To add on to what you've said....  Where are  all these tough talkers now-you know the ones who used to talk shit,  protest and alladat?  And where are the so called leaders?  The resistors?  Cuz if they don't go into action right now and bust this out in the open-they can forgot it.  I've seen this population elimination before in European history-using diseases like the bubonic plaques to wipe out millions of people to reinvent a country.  The media has only focused on the virus and not watching how the prez knew this disease was coming and let it happen anyway to an unprepared America-showing clearly he don't give a fock about the American people...by the things he's said about the virus like....this is a democratic hoax, this will come and go in no time, the elderly need to take this "death sentence" in the chin for America, the ventilators are too expensive, America needs to be reopened by Easter...I  mean I can go on about hiss open unconcern about the American people-it's sooooo obvious.  Yet still the media hasnt said a word  except for maybe Don Lemon and a few others.  But there's widespread media silence. 

And by this crisis happening during elections and the media is no longer looking at the possibility of Russian interference cuz everyone is focused on the coronavirus?  Is very clever "strategy."  I wouldn't be surprised if the election is pushed back until further notice and amended in the constitution to allow the current Prez to rule America indefinitely-just like what Putin did.  So it is so many many ways to look at this.  So..  many.  ways. Remember all the protest in China?  Gone.  What happened?  After the coronavirus.... silence.  So was that planned too?  Other protests around the world-gone!  So again...there's so many ways to look at this.  And you my sista said it all.  Wake up America!   But!  

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  Here's more proof that America better WAKE-UP!!!  This kinda long but valuable EVIDENCE folks need to REALLY take notice to.   But!  

 

Hours after the United States became the nation with the largest number of reported coronavirus cases on Thursday, President Trump appeared on Fox News and expressed doubt about shortages of medical supplies, boasted about the country’s testing capacity, and criticized his predecessor’s response to an earlier outbreak of a different disease.Hours after the United States became the nation with the largest number of reported coronavirus cases on Thursday, President Trump appeared on Fox News and expressed doubt about shortages of medical supplies, boasted about the country’s testing capacity, and criticized his predecessor’s response to an earlier outbreak of a different disease.

 

Donald Trump wearing a suit and tie: President Donald Trump has had distant relationship with facts in his responses about the coronavirus pandemic.

"I don’t believe you need 40,000 or 30,000 ventilators,” he said, alluding to a request by Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York. . The president made the statement in spite of government reports predicting shortages in a severe pandemic — and he reversed course on Friday morning, calling for urgent steps to produce more ventilators.

Speaking on Fox on Thursday, Mr. Trump suggested wrongly that because of his early travel restrictions on China, “a lot of the people decided to go to Italy instead” — though Italy had issued a more wide-ranging ban on travel from China and done so earlier than the United States. And at a White House briefing on Friday, he wrongly said he was the “first one” to impose restrictions on China. North Korea, for one, imposed restrictions 10 days before the United States.
He misleadingly claimed again on Friday that “we’ve tested now more than anybody.” In terms of raw numbers, the United States has tested more people for the coronavirus than Italy and South Korea but still lags behind in tests per capita.

And he continued to falsely claim that the Obama administration “acted very, very late” during the H1N1 epidemic in 2009 and 2010.

These falsehoods, like dozens of others from the president since January, demonstrate some core tenets of how Mr. Trump has tried to spin his response to the coronavirus epidemic to his advantage. Here’s an overview.

Playing down the severity of the pandemic
When the first case of the virus was reported in the United States in January, Mr. Trump dismissed it as “one person coming in from China.” He said the situation was “under control” and “it’s going to be just fine” — despite a top official from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention telling the public to “expect more cases.”

No matter how much the count of cases has grown, Mr. Trump has characterized it as low.

“We have very little problem in this country” with five cases, he said in late January.

He maintained the same dismissive tone on March 5, as the number of cases had grown by a factor of 25. “Only 129 cases,” he wrote on Twitter.

A day later, he falsely claimed that this was “lower than just about” any other country. (A number of developed countries like Australia, Britain and Canada as well as populous India had fewer reported cases at that point.)

By March 12, when the tally had again increased tenfold to over 1,200, the president argued that too was “very few cases” compared to other countries.

He has also misleadingly suggested numerous times that the coronavirus is no worse than the flu, saying on Friday, “You call it germ, you can call it a flu. You can call it a virus. You can call it many different names. I’m not sure anybody knows what it is.”

The mortality rate for coronavirus, however, is 10 times that of the flu and no vaccine or cure exists yet for the coronavirus.

In conflating the flu and the coronavirus, Mr. Trump repeatedly emphasized the annual number of deaths from the flu, and occasionally inflated his estimates.

When he first made the comparison in February, he talked of flu deaths from “25,000 to 69,000.” In March, he cited a figure “as high as 100,000” in 1990.

The actual figure for the 1990 flu season was 33,000, and in the past decade, the flu has killed an estimated 12,000 to 61,000 thousand people each flu season in the United States. That’s so far higher than the death count for the virus in the United States, but below projections from the Centers for Disease and Prevention, which estimated that deaths from Covid-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, could range from 200,000 to 1.7 million. As of Friday evening, more than 1,200 deaths in the United States have been linked to the coronavirus.

On the flip side, Mr. Trump inflated the mortality and infection rates of other deadly diseases as if to emphasize that the coronavirus pales in comparison.

“The level of death with Ebola,” according to Mr. Trump, “was a virtual 100 percent.” (The average fatality rate is around 50 percent.) During the 1918 flu pandemic, “you had a 50/50 chance or very close of dying,” he said on Tuesday. (Estimates for the fatality rate for the 1918 flu are far below that.)

This week, as cities and states began locking down, stock markets tumbled and jobless claims hit record levels, Mr. Trump again played down the impact of the pandemic and said, with no evidence and contrary to available research, that a recession would be deadlier than the coronavirus.

Overstating potential treatments and policies
The president has also dispensed a steady stream of optimism when discussing countermeasures against the virus.


From later February to early March, Mr. Trump repeatedly promised that a vaccine would be available “relatively soon” despite being told by public health officials and pharmaceutical executives that the process would take 12 to 18 months. Later, he promoted treatments that were still unproven against the virus, and suggested that they were “approved” and available though they were not.

Outside of medical interventions, Mr. Trump has exaggerated his own policies and the contributions of the private sector in fighting the outbreak. For example, he imprecisely described a website developed by a company affiliated with Google, wrongly said that insurers were covering the cost of treatment for Covid-19 when they only agreed to waive co-payments for testing, and prematurely declared that automakers were making ventilators “right now.”

Often, he has touted his complete “shut down” or “closing” of the United States to visitors from affected countries (in some cases leading to confusion and chaos). But the restrictions he has imposed on travel from China, Iran and 26 countries in Europe do not amount to a ban or closure of the borders. Those restrictions do not apply to American citizens, permanent residents, their immediate families, or flight crews.

Not only were these restrictions total and absolute in Mr. Trump’s telling, they were also imposed on China “against the advice of a lot of professionals, and we turned out to be right.” His health and human services secretary, however, has previously said that the restrictions were imposed on the recommendations of career health officials. The Times has also reported that Mr. Trump was skeptical before deciding to back the restrictions at the urging of some aides.

Blaming others

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention sent test kits to states in February, some of which were flawed and produced inconclusive readings. Problems continued to grow as scientists and state officials warned about restrictions on who could be tested and the availability of tests overall. Facing criticism over testing and medical supplies, Mr. Trump instead shifted responsibility to a variety of others.
It was the Obama administration that “made a decision on testing that turned out to be very detrimental to what we’re doing,” he said on March 4.

This was a misleading reference to draft guidance issued in 2014 on regulating laboratory-developed tests, one that was never finalized or enforceable. A law enacted in 2004 created the process and requirements for receiving authorization to use unapproved testing products in health emergencies.
The test distributed by the World Health Organization was never offered to the United States and was “a bad test,” according to Mr. Trump. It’s true that the United States typically designs and manufactures its own diagnostics, but there is no evidence that the W.H.O. test was unreliable.

As for the shortage of ventilators cited by Mr. Cuomo, Mr. Trump has misleadingly said that the governor declined to address the issue in 2015 when he “had the chance to buy, in 2015, 16,000 ventilators at a very low price and he turned it down.”

A 2015 report establishing New York’s guidelines on ventilator allocation estimated that, in the event of a pandemic on the scale of the 1918 flu, the state would “likely have a shortfall of 15,783 ventilators during peak demand.” But the report did not actually recommend increasing the stockpile and noted that purchasing more was not a cure-all solution as there would not be enough trained health care workers to operate them.

Rewriting history

Since the severity of the pandemic became apparent, the president has defended his earlier claims through false statements and revisionism.

He has denied saying things he said. Pressed on Tuesday about his pronouncements in March that testing was “perfect,” Mr. Trump said he had been simply referring to the conversation he had in July with the president of Ukraine that ultimately led to the House impeaching him. In fact, he had said “the tests are all perfect” like the phone call.

He has compared his government’s response to the current coronavirus pandemic (“one of the best”) favorably to the Obama administration’s response to the H1N1 epidemic of 2009 to 2010 (“a full scale disaster”). In doing so, Mr. Trump has falsely claimed that former President Barack Obama did not declare the epidemic an emergency until thousands had died (a public health emergency was declared days before the first reported death in the United States) and falsely said the previous administration “didn’t do testing” (they did).

At times, Mr. Trump has marveled at the scale of the pandemic, arguing that “nobody would ever believe a thing like that’s possible” and that it “snuck up on us.”
There have been a number of warnings about both a generic worldwide pandemic and the coronavirus specifically. A 2019 government report said that “the United States and the world will remain vulnerable to the next flu pandemic or large scale outbreak of a contagious disease.” A simulation conducted last year by the Department of Health and Human Services modeled an outbreak of a rapidly spreading virus. And top government officials began sounding the alarms about the coronavirus in early January.

Despite his history of false and misleading remarks, Mr. Trump has also asserted, “I felt it was a pandemic long before it was called a pandemic.”

 

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Kocolicious posted:

  Yep! I agree.  To add on to what you've said....  Where are  all these tough talkers now-you know the ones who used to talk shit,  protest and alladat?  And where are the so called leaders?  The resistors?  Cuz if they don't go into action right now and bust this out in the open-they can forgot it.  I've seen this population elimination before in European history-using diseases like the bubonic plaques to wipe out millions of people to reinvent a country.  The media has only focused on the virus and not watching how the prez knew this disease was coming and let it happen anyway to an unprepared America-showing clearly he don't give a fock about the American people...by the things he's said about the virus like....this is a democratic hoax, this will come and go in no time, the elderly need to take this "death sentence" in the chin for America, the ventilators are too expensive, America needs to be reopened by Easter...I  mean I can go on about hiss open unconcern about the American people-it's sooooo obvious.  Yet still the media hasnt said a word  except for maybe Don Lemon and a few others.  But there's widespread media silence. 

And by this crisis happening during elections and the media is no longer looking at the possibility of Russian interference cuz everyone is focused on the coronavirus?  Is very clever "strategy."  I wouldn't be surprised if the election is pushed back until further notice and amended in the constitution to allow the current Prez to rule America indefinitely-just like what Putin did.  So it is so many many ways to look at this.  So..  many.  ways. Remember all the protest in China?  Gone.  What happened?  After the coronavirus.... silence.  So was that planned too?  Other protests around the world-gone!  So again...there's so many ways to look at this.  And you my sista said it all.  Wake up America!   But!  

 

Yeah, this shit was deliberately UNLEASHED on humanity, and even the "Progressive" media won't come out and say just that, and at least speculate on what AGENDA it is meant to serve.

Too many people are too afraid of being called a "conspiracy theorist" [a phrase coined and propagandized by the FBI to make people afraid to contemplate what is REALLY going on and/or express their opinions.

Republicans/racist southern confederacy, hate groups/neo-Nazis, Trump and all of Trump's minions have INVADED the United States of America from-the-inside. 

Instead of dropping bombs on America and American citizens, they are conquering the United States of America by dismantling this government, agency by agency with "privatization", and the judiciary and legislature(s) by stolen political election(s) after stolen political election(s), and by extension,  illegitimate appointment(s) by illegitimate appointment(s).

'THE CALL IS COMING FROM INSIDE THE HOUSE!"

 

This corona virus is nothing more than "911" 2020.

 

As we all sit and watch the house burn, who knew that Real Americans was really a just a unicorn.

 

 

 

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  Here's more proof that America better WAKE-UP!!!  This kinda long but valuable EVIDENCE folks need to REALLY take notice to.   But!  

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And proof that Trump and the rest of the psychos in power are deliberately trying to SPREAD the fucking disease; proof that what they wanted all along was for there to be a "Pandemic" here in America .  .  .

Proof that this is really a bloody, murderous, global, imperialist stunt, to solidify dominance and control over the masses of humanity.  

And, if the MASSES of humanity do not come together to put a stop to it, they are going to pull it off [again].

 

 

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