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That Netflix series about the reality TV star who became president. I liked the first 3 seasons but then it started to get to weird. Some of the stuff in the first 3 seasons was a bit far fetched but you know it's TV so suspend belief and all that. The last two seasons however have just been batshit. Season 5 with this pandemic and the president telling people to inject bleach and actually taking a Malaria drug so the virus doesn't get him.
Now they are saying season 6 is going to have the former president arrested, charged and sent to prison on a charge with no evidence ever offered. They are calling it bullshitgate


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That Netflix series about the reality TV star who became president. I liked the first 3 seasons but then it started to get to weird. Some of the stuff in the first 3 seasons was a bit far fetched but you know it's TV so suspend belief and all that. The last two seasons however have just been batshit. Season 5 with this pandemic and the president telling people to inject bleach and actually taking a Malaria drug so the virus doesn't get him.
Now they are saying season 6 is going to have the former president arrested, charged and sent to prison on a charge with no evidence ever offered. They are calling it bullshitgate


He's a hydroxymoron ... someone who makes statements so obviously lies that you can't believe they are not fake ... :lol:


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Hydroxymoron :lol:

I'm stealing that. :thumbup:


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Hydroxymoron :lol:

I'm stealing that. :thumbup:

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:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Seriously, though, here we have a president openly mocking the medical community and experts in the field and playing some stupid f**king game with the lives of citizens. It boggles the mind to a mind-bogging degree that close to 50% of Americans support and approve this behaviour, rather than calling for a strait jacket.


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Barr has stomped on Obamagate. Watch this space though, I expect some sort of epiphany to strike Mr Barr.


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PostPosted: Tue May 19, 2020 8:00 am 
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Seneca of the Night wrote:
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The problem with Seneca's arrogant dismissal of anyone that doesn't agree with his opinion of Trump and the degree to which Tucker must be revered as "thick as pigshit" or "a f**king moron" is that that sort of invective makes people reluctant to comment and prevents a lot of opinions from being heard.

This thread had a lot more value when he wasn't on it spewing bile.


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PostPosted: Tue May 19, 2020 8:01 am 
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On some of the coverage there was a response (such as it is) to one reporters question about citing evidence to support safe use of the drug.

The evidence Trump cited was "many people, I'm getting many calls & hearing good things" :shock:

An unspecified number of people or what these "things" might be.

Asked about an empirical study carried out that should no definitive benefits and potential harm his reply was.

"That was the VA report, let me tell you they are not Trump fans"

To have a valid opinion you need to be a fan?


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PostPosted: Tue May 19, 2020 8:32 am 
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Seneca of the Night wrote:
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Sen, you have agreed before that the Trump Tower meeting happened - I cannot work out how you can then think that the Trump campaign was not at least trying to get help from the Russian government?!?

In fact, they would have loved it!


FFS, give it up. It was nothing.


It wasn't nothing, the presidents son, son-in-law and campaign manager met with a Russian under the impression that they were going to get help from the Russian government to aide in their election for the presidency.

They then proceeded to lie about it to cover it up, wit Trump Snr even helping to draft one of the lies.

Don Jr only came clean when it was clear the emails were going to come out anyway.

To act as if people are crazy for suspecting the Trump's were up to no good with the Russians is at best disingenuous, when there is clear evidence that is exactly what the campaign was attempting to do.

You can argue that they never succeeded in getting it done, but they were certainly trying to.


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PostPosted: Tue May 19, 2020 8:36 am 
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To have a valid opinion you need to be a fan?

It also helps if you have no relevant qualifications, or any appropriate working experience.


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PostPosted: Tue May 19, 2020 8:37 am 
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Well it seems to be dangerous for veterens, so Trump should be fine.


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PostPosted: Tue May 19, 2020 8:38 am 
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BokJock wrote:
Seneca of the Night wrote:
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Sen, you have agreed before that the Trump Tower meeting happened - I cannot work out how you can then think that the Trump campaign was not at least trying to get help from the Russian government?!?

In fact, they would have loved it!


FFS, give it up. It was nothing.


It wasn't nothing, the presidents son, son-in-law and campaign manager met with a Russian under the impression that they were going to get help from the Russian government to aide in their election for the presidency.

They then proceeded to lie about it to cover it up, wit Trump Snr even helping to draft one of the lies.

Don Jr only came clean when it was clear the emails were going to come out anyway.

To act as if people are crazy for suspecting the Trump's were up to no good with the Russians is at best disingenuous, when there is clear evidence that is exactly what the campaign was attempting to do.

You can argue that they never succeeded in getting it done, but they were certainly trying to.


The Russians were, as they do in many countries, while the conclusion was that the Trump campaign was not engaged in an active and organised way, rather just not turning down any offers made.


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PostPosted: Tue May 19, 2020 8:43 am 
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Rinkals wrote:
The problem with Seneca's arrogant dismissal of anyone that doesn't agree with his opinion of Trump and the degree to which Tucker must be revered as "thick as pigshit" or "a f**king moron" is that that sort of invective makes people reluctant to comment and prevents a lot of opinions from being heard.

This thread had a lot more value when he wasn't on it spewing bile.


I am a bad hombre.

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Just a waste of space.


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PostPosted: Tue May 19, 2020 9:10 am 
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wamberal99 wrote:
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To have a valid opinion you need to be a fan?

It also helps if you have no relevant qualifications, or any appropriate working experience.

Nope. It only helps if you agree with Trump.


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PostPosted: Tue May 19, 2020 9:29 am 
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Sawtooth the Beaver wrote:
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Rinkals wrote:
The problem with Seneca's arrogant dismissal of anyone that doesn't agree with his opinion of Trump and the degree to which Tucker must be revered as "thick as pigshit" or "a f**king moron" is that that sort of invective makes people reluctant to comment and prevents a lot of opinions from being heard.

This thread had a lot more value when he wasn't on it spewing bile.


I am a bad hombre.

Well, not bad, exactly.

Just a waste of space.


Nah, a veritable Lord Byron


So you'd be in the camp that Byron died of syphilis?


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PostPosted: Tue May 19, 2020 10:28 am 
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This has probably been posted before but it is an amazing thing for an English speaking adult to say:

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"This is why the whole concept of tests aren’t necessarily great,” the president said last week during a meeting with congressional Republicans at the White House, referring to Miller. “The tests are perfect, but something can happen between a test where it’s good and then something happens. … She was tested very recently and tested negative, and then today, I guess for some reason, she tested positive."


:roll:

and Fonzee has the cheek to call Biden senile whilst defending this moron as being "fine"


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PostPosted: Tue May 19, 2020 10:59 am 
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BokJock wrote:
Seneca of the Night wrote:
BokJock wrote:
Sen, you have agreed before that the Trump Tower meeting happened - I cannot work out how you can then think that the Trump campaign was not at least trying to get help from the Russian government?!?

In fact, they would have loved it!


FFS, give it up. It was nothing.


It wasn't nothing, the presidents son, son-in-law and campaign manager met with a Russian under the impression that they were going to get help from the Russian government to aide in their election for the presidency.

They then proceeded to lie about it to cover it up, wit Trump Snr even helping to draft one of the lies.

Don Jr only came clean when it was clear the emails were going to come out anyway.

To act as if people are crazy for suspecting the Trump's were up to no good with the Russians is at best disingenuous, when there is clear evidence that is exactly what the campaign was attempting to do.

You can argue that they never succeeded in getting it done, but they were certainly trying to.



This is not correct.


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:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Seriously, though, here we have a president openly mocking the medical community and experts in the field and playing some stupid f**king game with the lives of citizens. It boggles the mind to a mind-bogging degree that close to 50% of Americans support and approve this behaviour, rather than calling for a strait jacket.



They don't.

Just like the 49% of American voters who chose Bill Clinton did not support rape.


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PostPosted: Tue May 19, 2020 11:52 am 
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Sonny Blount wrote:
BokJock wrote:
Seneca of the Night wrote:
BokJock wrote:
Sen, you have agreed before that the Trump Tower meeting happened - I cannot work out how you can then think that the Trump campaign was not at least trying to get help from the Russian government?!?

In fact, they would have loved it!


FFS, give it up. It was nothing.


It wasn't nothing, the presidents son, son-in-law and campaign manager met with a Russian under the impression that they were going to get help from the Russian government to aide in their election for the presidency.

They then proceeded to lie about it to cover it up, wit Trump Snr even helping to draft one of the lies.

Don Jr only came clean when it was clear the emails were going to come out anyway.

To act as if people are crazy for suspecting the Trump's were up to no good with the Russians is at best disingenuous, when there is clear evidence that is exactly what the campaign was attempting to do.

You can argue that they never succeeded in getting it done, but they were certainly trying to.



This is not correct.


care to tell me where I am wrong, i am glad to change my position if the evidence supports it


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PostPosted: Tue May 19, 2020 12:03 pm 
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The most successful troll ever - Donald J Trump.

Soon also to be named the best POTUS ever.

Smuggling with every single libtards head, effortlessly.....


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The most successful troll ever - Donald J Trump.

Soon also to be named the best POTUS ever.

Smuggling with every single libtards head, effortlessly.....

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Wouldn't it be funny


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PostPosted: Tue May 19, 2020 12:24 pm 
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Very few people have the insight, clarity of mind and appreciation for what this President has done to the total benefit of the USA and especially true, honest, patriotic Americans. History will one day acknowledge hiz greatness - his contemporaries are not able to. Limited minds.

To truly appreciate this great man is really only for the very few.


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Wilson's Toffee wrote:
Very few people have the insight, clarity of mind and appreciation for what this President has done to the total benefit of the USA and especially true, honest, patriotic Americans. History will one day acknowledge hiz greatness - his contemporaries are not able to. Limited minds.

To truly appreciate this great man is really only for the very few.


Too obvious. SOTN very lite.


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Wilson's Toffee wrote:
Very few people have the insight, clarity of mind and appreciation for what this President has done to the total benefit of the USA and especially true, honest, patriotic Americans. History will one day acknowledge hiz greatness - his contemporaries are not able to. Limited minds.

To truly appreciate this great man is really only for the very few.


You're trying too hard now mate. When it comes to trolling, sometimes less is more,.


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Wilson's Toffee wrote:
Very few people have the insight, clarity of mind and appreciation for what this President has done to the total benefit of the USA and especially true, honest, patriotic Americans. History will one day acknowledge hiz greatness - his contemporaries are not able to. Limited minds.

To truly appreciate this great man is really only for the very few.


Your trolling is about as subtle as a burning cross


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Wilson's Toffee wrote:
Very few people have the insight, clarity of mind and appreciation for what this President has done to the total benefit of the USA and especially true, honest, patriotic Americans. History will one day acknowledge hiz greatness - his contemporaries are not able to. Limited minds.

To truly appreciate this great man is really only for the very few.

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Wouldn't it be funny


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Misunderstood, like The Don. As a farmer's son, I can imagine what it took from this kmmigrant's boy, this non-Wasp unfashionable white man, to storm Citadel Washington. The modern Rome. And Trump is vanquishing them, exposing their dark secrets and meddling and unholiness. He's just drug Obama and Co. from the swamp, by their nostrils, and will suffocate them in the clean air of the Truth. He shall overcome...


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I see The Lancet have corrected Trump on one of his lies in his letter about the WHO.


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Seneca of the Night wrote:
Rinkals wrote:
The problem with Seneca's arrogant dismissal of anyone that doesn't agree with his opinion of Trump and the degree to which Tucker must be revered as "thick as pigshit" or "a f**king moron" is that that sort of invective makes people reluctant to comment and prevents a lot of opinions from being heard.

This thread had a lot more value when he wasn't on it spewing bile.


I am a bad hombre.

Well, not bad, exactly.

Just a waste of space.


Nah, a veritable Lord Byron


So you'd be in the camp that Byron died of syphilis?


http://teentalksa.org/sex/stds/syphilis/

Interesting ...

Poor old Byron would not have known.


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PostPosted: Tue May 19, 2020 2:07 pm 
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Pelosi :lol: :lol: :lol:

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"He's our president and I would rather he not be taking something that has not been approved by the scientists, especially in his age group and his, shall we say, weight group: morbidly obese, they say. So, I think it's not a good idea," she replied.


That should get Trump's old twitter thumbs firing


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BokJock wrote:
Pelosi :lol: :lol: :lol:

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"He's our president and I would rather he not be taking something that has not been approved by the scientists, especially in his age group and his, shall we say, weight group: morbidly obese, they say. So, I think it's not a good idea," she replied.


That should get Trump's old twitter thumbs firing


He seems to be too busy slating Fox News at the moment. It will pass......


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Wilson's Toffee wrote:
Misunderstood, like The Don. As a farmer's son, I can imagine what it took from this kmmigrant's boy, this non-Wasp unfashionable white man, to storm Citadel Washington. The modern Rome. And Trump is vanquishing them, exposing their dark secrets and meddling and unholiness. He's just drug Obama and Co. from the swamp, by their nostrils, and will suffocate them in the clean air of the Truth. He shall overcome...


Please put a bit more effort into this. I have no objection in principle to your posting this stuff, but remember that your readers have been exposed to all sorts of wackiness, and are likely to be expecting something a bit more entertaining. Check out Sen's posts for pointers. At this stage the lad is running rings around you.


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Rinkals wrote:
The problem with Seneca's arrogant dismissal of anyone that doesn't agree with his opinion of Trump and the degree to which Tucker must be revered as "thick as pigshit" or "a f**king moron" is that that sort of invective makes people reluctant to comment and prevents a lot of opinions from being heard.

This thread had a lot more value when he wasn't on it spewing bile.

That is very unfair on Seneca. if you agree with Trump or think he is doing a "fine" job in my opinion you are basically a moron or at least a racist and believe in autocratic rule. Even if it is warped. However from the viewpoint of a true believer none believers must be a bit thick not to see the wonder of the man before them.

Rather than ridicule Seneca i think it's best to be a friend to him and keep him away from the ̶K̶o̶o̶l̶-̶A̶i̶d̶ hydroxy.


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Hydroxychoroquine is a standard anti-malaria prophylactic. Bought without even prescription, for many years, in Southern Africa
I myself have used it countless times when visiting malaria areas. Without medical warning at all...Effective against malaria, it seems.

Zinc is a standard supplement. Food.

Why slate DT for taking anti malaria pills and zinc ? FFS, libtards are crazy ....


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koroke hangareka wrote:
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Misunderstood, like The Don. As a farmer's son, I can imagine what it took from this kmmigrant's boy, this non-Wasp unfashionable white man, to storm Citadel Washington. The modern Rome. And Trump is vanquishing them, exposing their dark secrets and meddling and unholiness. He's just drug Obama and Co. from the swamp, by their nostrils, and will suffocate them in the clean air of the Truth. He shall overcome...


Please put a bit more effort into this. I have no objection in principle to your posting this stuff, but remember that your readers have been exposed to all sorts of wackiness, and are likely to be expecting something a bit more entertaining. Check out Sen's posts for pointers. At this stage the lad is running rings around you.


Nonsense
Seneca is a top poster, with excellent faculties, research capabilities, common sense and a magnificent turn of phrase. A celebrated poster


I am just am old farm yokel voicing my appreciation for The Don.


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Hydroxychoroquine is a standard anti-malaria prophylactic. Bought without even prescription, for many years, in Southern Africa
I myself have used it countless times when visiting malaria areas. Without medical warning at all...Effective against malaria, it seems.

Zinc is a standard supplement. Food.

Why slate DT for taking anti malaria pills and zinc ? FFS, libtards are crazy ....


Common hydroxychloroquine side effects include:

headache, dizziness;
nausea, vomiting, stomach pain;
loss of appetite, weight loss;
feeling nervous or irritable;
skin rash or itching; or.
hair loss (more so if orange).

The maleria in Washington DC must be severe if you are willing to risk those side effects.

Or he's just lying again


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Wilson's Toffee wrote:
Hydroxychoroquine is a standard anti-malaria prophylactic. Bought without even prescription, for many years, in Southern Africa
I myself have used it countless times when visiting malaria areas. Without medical warning at all...Effective against malaria, it seems.

Zinc is a standard supplement. Food.

Why slate DT for taking anti malaria pills and zinc ? FFS, libtards are crazy ....

Quote:
One author stipulates that lysosomal dysfunction caused by hydroxychloroquine may be a possible mechanism in causing psychiatric symptoms


:lol: :lol: :lol:

Wouldn't it be funny


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Ja. They do have side effects - but THAT dangerous ? Why were travellers in Africa not warned of the dangers of buying cross counter medication ?

If DT wants to self medicate, what is the problem with that ?


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