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Joined April 2019
One those steps might to have been for RBG to retire when she knew she had terminal cancer and the Dems controled exec, house & senate. That would have allowed Obama to pick a replacement. Careful congressman, you're liable to cause twitter to 𝙘𝙖𝙥𝙨𝙞𝙯𝙚 faster than Guam.
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"There were inefficiencies that existed before COVID..." - Bill Pascrell Pascrell has been in elected office since 1988. That was plenty of time to fix "inefficiencies". Of course, at the time he was busy watching his district decline into a living hell while doing nothing.
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Not benefit from it meaning didn't get to go to college for free. So what a trillion into consumption. It gets mopped up in the form of taxes to pay for the loan bailout. And I'm pretty sure the idea of "trickle down economics" has been debunked for decades by "progressives."
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Got it. So the people who can’t afford to pay the student loans they asked for and agreed to now, and need a taxpayer bailout, will somehow have $$$ for consumer goods. BTW, government not taking your money isn’t the same thing as govt giving you money.
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Wilhelm's only regret is he didn't put his unelected, unqualified wife in charge of schools too. No doubt he contemplated Dante for NYPD and Chiniqua or whatever her name to replace Barbot (when as she gets out of re-hab). In 307 days the worst mayor in NYC history will be gone.
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Spot on, Comrade Secretary! Reminds one of Senator Kamala Harris on accepting Biden's VP nod after calling him a senile racist: "hahahahaha It was a debate".
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Twitter is teeming with strange comments, fringe lunatics, trolls and insanity. This tweet might win the day for being the least logical, poorly constructed, dumbest conflation of ideas and an utterly ridiculous false equivalence. Let's hope your editors don't follow you.
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Christiane Amanpour is saying Identity politics - where people are judged by the group(s) they are associated with rather than themselves as an individual - is dangerous? Apparently Christiane Amanpour does not watch CNN.
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This is the best thing the worst mayor in NYC history could possibly do - stand there like a moron staring at his phone - at least he's not screwing anything else up.
Hunter's a YALE man! We don't let Yale men do anything other than be wealthy, powerful and successful! in case you were wondering... he got to Yale all on his own. His daddy being senator/VP had nothing to do with it. Same with Schumer's girls going to his alma mater Harvard.
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Maybe we can just get the senate to appoint Biden. That's how you got your start. If it's good enough for you it's good enough for Biden, right?
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FTFY The US will not PAY FOR the WHO-linked global effort to develop a COVID-19 vaccine while other nations take the vaccine then criticize the US for not doing enough.
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Pretty sure the issue is that Twitter will include a "fact check" on some content but not all. So, for instance, if a "journalist" they like posts "pol said, incorrectly, that X occurs" they won't include the link proving X occurs but will if they don't like the person posting.
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As the article correctly points out he is the city's chief financial officer, not an inspector general, not an attorney and he's certainly no expert in infectious disease or public health. Once again, Stringer is using taxpayer resources for personal political gain.
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Sorry, wrong. Now is as good a time as any to be laying blame. Wet markets in China are exactly why the entire planet is experiencing a life-or-death crisis.
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