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… he touches her hair?

 

Also … Joe Biden promises that Joe Biden is going to beat Joe Biden:

I think I bought that same sports coat from Men’s Wearhouse last year.

I should get Joe’s purple and yellow tie to go with it.

Conspicuous consumption is back!

The Democrats are stuck with Biden as their nominee because the black people of South Carolina voted for him, and who are white Democrats to disagree with their moral superiors?

It would be like Republicans not submitting to the will of the white people of West Virginia.

 
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  1. • Agree: Charon
    • Replies: @Known Fact
    Wow, one of their crappiest, most obscure episodes -- but even those sometimes deliver a nugget of truth
  2. “Well you’re not a real African American woman if you let the white man touch your hair!”

    Oh, wait . . .

  3. … he touches her hair?

    That may depend on which hair he touches.

    • Replies: @tyrone
    Is this a carpet vs. drapes thing?…according to the NYTs it's OK to mooch around on the carpet ,but don't even think about the drapes. Conclusion: stick with the beckys.
    , @Escher
    Naughty, naughty!
  4. I thought you were going to say “and then Biden dies before the election….” Don’t think that has happened in our history.

    Do the Dems elevate the Veep nominee to the presidential nominee slot? Or do they pick someone else, e.g. who actually ran in the Dem presidential primary and has a substantial following, such as Bernie Sanders.

    • Replies: @eD
    "I thought you were going to say “and then Biden dies before the election….” Don’t think that has happened in our history."

    It did, in 1872.

    In 1872, the losing presidential candidate, Greeley, died after the public voted for the Electoral College,but before the electors voted. The situation was complicated by the fact that Greeley was a Republican who was running an independent campaign for president, the Democrats did not run their own candidate but stood aside to support Greeley.

    In the event three electors tried to vote for Greeley anyway but their votes were disqualified. The other would-be Greeley electors tended to vote either for Greeley's running mate, or for the politician the Democrats would have nominated if they had run their own candidate.

    The point is that a lot of this speculation is constitutionally illiterate. Voters vote for slates of electors, who vote for President and Vice President in the electoral college. The 1872 precedent is clear that if a political party has a presidential and vice presidential nominee, if the presidential nominee dies before the Electoral College meets, the party's electors can vote for whoever they want. They are not even bound by any (legally unenenforceable anyway) pledges they may have made to vote for the presidential nominee. If the death took place before the public voted, the party would find some way to designate a new presidential nominee. Also, there is not much other than political custom preventing state parties from running a different nominee from the national party.
    , @Buffalo Joe
    Rad, that is a lot to think about. The Bernie Fanatics would come roaring out of hiding, after all he was in second place.
    , @Neoconned
    I think that's the hope....to "Gerald Ford a veep in" since otherwise they have no electoral chance in hell of getting to the POTUS chair....
  5. This situation is Hairy Truman all over again.

    • Replies: @wren
    Wait a minute! It's been done. Maybe it was just battlespace preparation.

    Hairy Legs Trueman.


    https://youtu.be/H0A-3yIUu-o
  6. This is going to get interesting. I just saw videotape of Joe Biden giving a new interview, where he looked directly into the camera and confidently said, “I have 40 years experience, I can beat Joe Biden.”

    In any normal campaign, that would be the final nail in the coffin, hello President Cuomo, all hair-sniffing questions now moot. But we are now living in an old 1980s issue of “Heavy Metal,” who the hell knows what’s next?

    If Biden stays in the race, that clip will air 24/7 come September.

    But maybe the Dems have run the numbers and decided it doesn’t matter, demographic Christmas has come before 2024 and the perma-Left dictatorship is locked in one cycle early, they can win even by running the robo-animatronic Trayvon Martin and no one will bat an eye. Of course that means the civil war will get here a cycle early too, but maybe Rick Sanchez will just turn the whole planet into a giant holographic Cirque du Soleil musical-comedy version of “Carnival of Souls” and we won’t have to be bothered about the future.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MdvM9K8N6OY
    , @Dtbb
    His basement bits remind me of something else from the 80's.
    https://youtu.be/tWdgAMYjYSs
    , @Kronos
    That ungodly chimera will destroy itself from genetic/political incompatibility and its sheer weight. It can never become a competent political entity and will rip itself apart more often then not. The major fault lines rest on an intractable labor vs liberal split. The labor component will either kill the liberal part or merge with the Republican Party under a Perot/Buchanan party platform. The contemporary Democratic Party runs on Boomer Yuppie fumes and Black ethno-nationalism. It’s in direct conflict with a major New Deal/Socialist resurgence led by working class whites and opportunistic Hispanics. Both despise neo-liberalism with a passion. A Democratic Party Civil War is far more likely than a US one.

    In 2016 Trump won over 3 out of every 10 Bernie Sanders supporters. That number is just going to go up this year.

    https://youtu.be/Tkjw0XB9Xuc

    https://www.amazon.com/Strange-Death-Liberal-England/dp/0804729301
  7. @Buzz Mohawk
    This situation is Hairy Truman all over again.

    https://media.giphy.com/media/uSHMDTUL7lKso/giphy.gif

    Wait a minute! It’s been done. Maybe it was just battlespace preparation.

    Hairy Legs Trueman.

  8. By the way, read this.

    https://steemit.com/politics/@an0nkn0wledge/the-curious-case-of-the-death-of-joe-scarborough-s-intern-lori-klausutis

    Scarborough used to serve as a U.S. Republican Congressman from Florida’s 1st District from 1995 – 2001, he shortly resigned five months into his fourth term in September 2001. Two months before his resignation on July 20th, 2001, his intern Lori Klausutis was found dead inside his office on his floor.

    So how did Klausutis die then?

    The official autopsy report stated her death was an “accident” attributed to – “undiagnosed cardiac arrhythmia” and due to this fact her “breathing stopped she fell and hit her head, on an office desk and died,” Berkland said.

    Scarborough’s press secretary, Miguel Serrano also stated that Klausutis had known prior “health conditions” but didn’t provide specifics when questioned. And Scarborough himself told reporters that she had a “complicated medical history” including “stroke and epilepsy.”

    Which an immediate family member disputed and denied stating she had no prior “health conditions” since she was a documented marathon runner who had recently run an 8K with a respectable time and she belonged to the Northwest Florida Track Club.

    On August 29th, 2001, two Fort Walton Beach police officers Stephen Sequeira and crime scene expert Dusty Rhodes who witnessed the autopsy of Klausutis, said that her “skull had been fractured,” reported NWFDailyNews.

    But this was never taken into account in the final autopsy report, and Dr. Berkland stated knowledge of the injury was insignificant and was simply just from the cause of her fall.

    Curiosity also peaks when you learn medical examiner Dr. Berkland’s medical license in the state of Missouri was revoked in 1998 as a result of him reporting false information regarding brain tissue samples in an 1996 autopsy report.

    He moved to Florida in 1997 and in July 1996, Berkland was suspended from his position as Medical Examiner in the State of Florida. Yet in 2001, he was issuing reports on Klausutis’ death that were questionable if not outright false.

    He was then fired in 2003 for not completing autopsy reports.

    Further the man was arrested in 2012, for storing human body parts in a Florida storage unit in containers filled of formaldehyde and methyl alcohol.

    Berkland was charged with – improper storage of hazardous waste, keeping a public nuisance and driving with a suspended license according to CBS News.

    Which not only does Berkland’s work ethic come into question whether he was competent enough for the autopsy but also the man’s sanity keeping remains of deceased humans why would anyone do that? Organ trafficking? But that’s a story for another day.

    Then there is Scarborough’s alleged odd behavior on a radio show years later after Klausutis death in 2003.

    On May 29, 2003, Scarborough appeared on Don Imus’s radio show where he made the shocking admission about killing his intern. While complimenting Scarborough on his sense of humor, Imus said, “Don’t be afraid to be funny, because you are funny. I asked you why you aren’t in Congress. You said that you had sex with the intern, and then you had to kill her.” Scarborough laughed and replied, “Yeah, well, what are you gonna do?”

    The audio from the only known recorded upload is curiously “missing” and the page for the archive.org page is also dead. However, I was able to dig up the oldest date of existence for this claim from 2004 from the Democrats own website.

    Michael Moore.

    Author and film maker Michael Moore also accused Scarborough of killng his intern when he “registered the domain name JoeScarboroughKilledHisIntern.com,” and was later sued for his action.

    • Replies: @Stan Adams
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vHYOZyNzYOk
    , @Known Fact
    Co-morbidities? A mysterious collapse? Maybe SHE was WuFlu Patient Zero
    , @Anonymous
    Was Scarborough romantically involved with the intern?
    , @Anon
    Suspect that with Dem Gary Condit's dead intern, Chandra Levy, in May 2001, the Republicans were looking to avoid embarrassment of Scarborough's dead intern in July 2001, which was much worse since she was found in his office under highly unusual circumstances.


    Northwest Florida is the epicenter of good ol' boy politics. Any investigation was likely squelched by Jeb Bush who was Governor of Florida at the time, as a favor to the Republican party and his older bro in the White House.

    Scarborough, who likely had lots of dirt including sleeping with the intern and probably some drug use (which likely played a role in the woman's death), probably agreed to quietly step down, in exchange for being helped by party big wigs to land on his feet. It wouldn't shock me at all if there were some indirect payments of some sort, as well.

    , @Anon
    I also expect if there was some payment to Scarborough to step down, it would be in the form of real estate. Northwest Florida and Walton County real estate was exploding during this time, and the housing bubble was beginning to ramp up in Florida as a whole.

    It would be fascinating to look through any property transfers during this time, or see if Scarborough was allowed to be a partner or invest at a steep discount in a development deal, perhaps under the guise of being an external consultant.

    , @Ian Smith
    Joe Scarborough killed his intern because she was going to leak pictures of his wife and her bull
  9. We need a new, socially correct manner of assigning SAT scores. A jury of Obama’s peers interviews candidates for five minutes and assigns the SAT score said chillun would have received if not for the effects of systemic raycism, Emmet Till, bad hair and Taylor Swift. So there.

    • Replies: @Robert Weissberg
    Something similar was actually used years back in litigation of the IQ test. The case ( Larry P) was in SF and involved black parents suing to stop IQ testing since their children scored so low that they were placed in the mildly retarded group. A black expert testified that she had developed adjustments for social conditions and demonstrated this to the court. She began with a girl who scored 75 (if I recall correctly) and kept on adding points for various "disadvantages" and arrive at an IQ score of 132. All described in a book called Litigating Intelligence.
  10. Trump posted some other stuff today.

    He retweeted someone who referred to Hillary Clinton as a “skank.”

    He mocked Nancy Pelosi’s face.

    He also implied Nancy Pelosi is drinking on the job.

    He made fun of Stacey Abrams for visiting too many buffets.

    https://twitter.com/JohnKStahlUSA/status/1263875777088458752

    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
    By the way, Joe Biden's brain appears to be malfunctioning.

    Joe Biden says he's going to beat Joe Biden.

    https://twitter.com/johncardillo/status/1263816200334737408


    Joe Biden can't remember how to use a cell phone anymore.

    https://twitter.com/TrumpWarRoom/status/1263531503419523074
    , @Kolya Krassotkin
    Great pic of Miss Popeye's. At this juncture it will be racism if Biden doesn't publicly sniff her.

    As an old white man suffering from dementia, even if Uncle Joe picks her to be his running mate, best his handlers don't leave them alone together, lest she give him an unexpected punch or three.
    , @Bardon Kaldian
    Pelosi.... She and Ruth Bader Ginsburg tag-teamed with Thomas Jefferson.
    , @Mr. Anon

    He mocked Nancy Pelosi’s face.
     
    Or as Tucker Carlson said last week, commenting on Pelosi's remark about Trump being morbidly obese: "People with glass faces shouldn't throw stones."
    , @Anonymous
    You should screenshot those tweets before Twitter removes them.

    If you're a conservative media figure, it's a good idea to block Trump so he can't retweet you.
    , @Alden
    Nancy’s glossy face is the result of a chemical face peel She needs another face lift.

    What’s with the way Stacey’s hands are folded over her stomach? It’s like she’s showing off a pregnancy Kamala Harris seems to be the only black woman politician who’s normal weight. Kudos to Harris

    Love Abram’s dress wonder who picked it out. Usually obese woman wear black because they think it makes them look thin. Hah or long baggy jackets like Hildabeast. See the V shaped top of the dress? It’s supposed to make her look thinnerHah

  11. @JohnnyWalker123
    Trump posted some other stuff today.

    He retweeted someone who referred to Hillary Clinton as a "skank."

    https://twitter.com/JohnKStahlUSA/status/1264314248412360704

    He mocked Nancy Pelosi's face.

    https://twitter.com/JohnKStahlUSA/status/1263472100796510208

    He also implied Nancy Pelosi is drinking on the job.

    https://twitter.com/JohnKStahlUSA/status/1263832690924511232

    He made fun of Stacey Abrams for visiting too many buffets.

    https://twitter.com/JohnKStahlUSA/status/1263875777088458752

    By the way, Joe Biden’s brain appears to be malfunctioning.

    Joe Biden says he’s going to beat Joe Biden.

    Joe Biden can’t remember how to use a cell phone anymore.

    • Replies: @Almost Missouri
    I think we can all agree that the real question the second video raises is does that guy behind Biden mean that in a Biden administration the Secret Service will be replaced with steampunk affirmative action hires?
    , @Pericles
    2020 will be even better than 2016.
  12. @The Germ Theory of Disease
    This is going to get interesting. I just saw videotape of Joe Biden giving a new interview, where he looked directly into the camera and confidently said, "I have 40 years experience, I can beat Joe Biden."

    In any normal campaign, that would be the final nail in the coffin, hello President Cuomo, all hair-sniffing questions now moot. But we are now living in an old 1980s issue of "Heavy Metal," who the hell knows what's next?

    If Biden stays in the race, that clip will air 24/7 come September.

    But maybe the Dems have run the numbers and decided it doesn't matter, demographic Christmas has come before 2024 and the perma-Left dictatorship is locked in one cycle early, they can win even by running the robo-animatronic Trayvon Martin and no one will bat an eye. Of course that means the civil war will get here a cycle early too, but maybe Rick Sanchez will just turn the whole planet into a giant holographic Cirque du Soleil musical-comedy version of "Carnival of Souls" and we won't have to be bothered about the future.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    Whether he thinks he can, or thinks he can't, he's probably right.
    , @Charon
    Oh dear God. I admit that I had trouble believing this was real. Somehow I'm beginning to think that the second half of the year 2020 will be supremely lit. And you thought the first half was fun.

    https://www.bostonherald.com/2020/05/23/trust-the-man-joe-biden-is-going-to-beat-joe-biden/

    I've always said that the demographic changes were such that a ham sandwich could beat Donald Trump in 2020. I thought it was just a figure of speech.

    , @slumber_j
    It's really great that Joe Kernan of all people got to be on the other side of that interview. I need to find a reaction shot: I'm guessing ill-concealed delight.
    , @68W58
    Did he say he was “going to be Joe Biden” or “going to beat Joe Biden”? I don’t know but it hardly matters as Joe is a gaffe machine and he will likely say something less open to interpretation and more damaging within a month or so (if it takes that long).
    , @UK
    Sadly he is saying that he "is going to be Joe Biden". The context was him answering about his record as a progressive not in winning elections.

    The guy is not at his prime but he is also not that decrepit.

    https://www.mediaite.com/news/trump-campaign-fabricates-joe-biden-gaffe-from-viral-tweet-heres-what-he-really-said/
    , @anonymous
    I believe that Mr. Biden is in serious mental decline, which may be why I fell for this. But it seemed too tightly edited, which caused me to look for the longer video to see if he caught himself. Lo and behold, when I watched the question he was asked and his entire answer, the word he uttered was “be,” not “beat.”

    The truly demented are those that believe what any of these people say, and who help to ensure that nothing will change by voting in the next Most Important Election Ever.
  13. Anonymous[413] • Disclaimer says:
    @Steve Sailer
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MdvM9K8N6OY

    Whether he thinks he can, or thinks he can’t, he’s probably right.

  14. @JohnnyWalker123
    Trump posted some other stuff today.

    He retweeted someone who referred to Hillary Clinton as a "skank."

    https://twitter.com/JohnKStahlUSA/status/1264314248412360704

    He mocked Nancy Pelosi's face.

    https://twitter.com/JohnKStahlUSA/status/1263472100796510208

    He also implied Nancy Pelosi is drinking on the job.

    https://twitter.com/JohnKStahlUSA/status/1263832690924511232

    He made fun of Stacey Abrams for visiting too many buffets.

    https://twitter.com/JohnKStahlUSA/status/1263875777088458752

    Great pic of Miss Popeye’s. At this juncture it will be racism if Biden doesn’t publicly sniff her.

    As an old white man suffering from dementia, even if Uncle Joe picks her to be his running mate, best his handlers don’t leave them alone together, lest she give him an unexpected punch or three.

  15. @JohnnyWalker123
    By the way, Joe Biden's brain appears to be malfunctioning.

    Joe Biden says he's going to beat Joe Biden.

    https://twitter.com/johncardillo/status/1263816200334737408


    Joe Biden can't remember how to use a cell phone anymore.

    https://twitter.com/TrumpWarRoom/status/1263531503419523074

    I think we can all agree that the real question the second video raises is does that guy behind Biden mean that in a Biden administration the Secret Service will be replaced with steampunk affirmative action hires?

    • Replies: @Charon
    I was actually trying to figure out if that was Professor Griff or Flavor Flav.

    Lit, I tells ya. Those of us who keep saying "Burn it all down" may get our wish a bit sooner than we were expecting.

  16. @JohnnyWalker123
    https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1264346866780700675

    By the way, read this.

    https://steemit.com/politics/@an0nkn0wledge/the-curious-case-of-the-death-of-joe-scarborough-s-intern-lori-klausutis

    Scarborough used to serve as a U.S. Republican Congressman from Florida’s 1st District from 1995 - 2001, he shortly resigned five months into his fourth term in September 2001. Two months before his resignation on July 20th, 2001, his intern Lori Klausutis was found dead inside his office on his floor.
     

    So how did Klausutis die then?

    The official autopsy report stated her death was an "accident" attributed to - "undiagnosed cardiac arrhythmia" and due to this fact her "breathing stopped she fell and hit her head, on an office desk and died," Berkland said.

    Scarborough's press secretary, Miguel Serrano also stated that Klausutis had known prior "health conditions" but didn't provide specifics when questioned. And Scarborough himself told reporters that she had a "complicated medical history" including "stroke and epilepsy."

    Which an immediate family member disputed and denied stating she had no prior "health conditions" since she was a documented marathon runner who had recently run an 8K with a respectable time and she belonged to the Northwest Florida Track Club.

    On August 29th, 2001, two Fort Walton Beach police officers Stephen Sequeira and crime scene expert Dusty Rhodes who witnessed the autopsy of Klausutis, said that her "skull had been fractured," reported NWFDailyNews.

    But this was never taken into account in the final autopsy report, and Dr. Berkland stated knowledge of the injury was insignificant and was simply just from the cause of her fall.
     

    Curiosity also peaks when you learn medical examiner Dr. Berkland's medical license in the state of Missouri was revoked in 1998 as a result of him reporting false information regarding brain tissue samples in an 1996 autopsy report.

    He moved to Florida in 1997 and in July 1996, Berkland was suspended from his position as Medical Examiner in the State of Florida. Yet in 2001, he was issuing reports on Klausutis’ death that were questionable if not outright false.

    He was then fired in 2003 for not completing autopsy reports.

    Further the man was arrested in 2012, for storing human body parts in a Florida storage unit in containers filled of formaldehyde and methyl alcohol.

    Berkland was charged with - improper storage of hazardous waste, keeping a public nuisance and driving with a suspended license according to CBS News.

    Which not only does Berkland's work ethic come into question whether he was competent enough for the autopsy but also the man's sanity keeping remains of deceased humans why would anyone do that? Organ trafficking? But that's a story for another day.
     

    Then there is Scarborough's alleged odd behavior on a radio show years later after Klausutis death in 2003.

    On May 29, 2003, Scarborough appeared on Don Imus's radio show where he made the shocking admission about killing his intern. While complimenting Scarborough on his sense of humor, Imus said, "Don't be afraid to be funny, because you are funny. I asked you why you aren't in Congress. You said that you had sex with the intern, and then you had to kill her." Scarborough laughed and replied, "Yeah, well, what are you gonna do?"

    The audio from the only known recorded upload is curiously "missing" and the page for the archive.org page is also dead. However, I was able to dig up the oldest date of existence for this claim from 2004 from the Democrats own website.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26WwTu28Ido

     

    Michael Moore.

    Author and film maker Michael Moore also accused Scarborough of killng his intern when he “registered the domain name JoeScarboroughKilledHisIntern.com," and was later sued for his action.

     

    • Replies: @Stan Adams
    I posted this because the other YouTube link appeared to be dead. But now it's playing normally. Strange.

    YouTube is flaky and shady as hell. Videos disappear (despite intensive searches) and then suddenly reappear without any apparent status change (Public, Unlisted, Private, etc.).

    Whenever I see a video that I want to preserve, I immediately download it using 4K Video Downloader. There have been times when certain clips have been scrubbed in the 30 seconds or so it takes me to load the program and start the download.
  17. Biden has to paw and sniff his black female VP. That’s his MO. It would be racist for him to not do so.

  18. @Steve Sailer
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MdvM9K8N6OY

    Oh dear God. I admit that I had trouble believing this was real. Somehow I’m beginning to think that the second half of the year 2020 will be supremely lit. And you thought the first half was fun.

    https://www.bostonherald.com/2020/05/23/trust-the-man-joe-biden-is-going-to-beat-joe-biden/

    I’ve always said that the demographic changes were such that a ham sandwich could beat Donald Trump in 2020. I thought it was just a figure of speech.

    • Replies: @james wilson
    Yeah, but Joe Biden is a ham sandwich without the ham.
  19. @Almost Missouri
    I think we can all agree that the real question the second video raises is does that guy behind Biden mean that in a Biden administration the Secret Service will be replaced with steampunk affirmative action hires?

    I was actually trying to figure out if that was Professor Griff or Flavor Flav.

    Lit, I tells ya. Those of us who keep saying “Burn it all down” may get our wish a bit sooner than we were expecting.

  20. It depends … is he patting her hair in a condescending “massa be good to the darkies” way, or is he doing the creepy nuzzling thing? He could probably get away with the latter.

  21. BTW, the Dems don’t seem to have gotten the message to never go full retard.

    • LOL: donut
  22. @The Germ Theory of Disease
    This is going to get interesting. I just saw videotape of Joe Biden giving a new interview, where he looked directly into the camera and confidently said, "I have 40 years experience, I can beat Joe Biden."

    In any normal campaign, that would be the final nail in the coffin, hello President Cuomo, all hair-sniffing questions now moot. But we are now living in an old 1980s issue of "Heavy Metal," who the hell knows what's next?

    If Biden stays in the race, that clip will air 24/7 come September.

    But maybe the Dems have run the numbers and decided it doesn't matter, demographic Christmas has come before 2024 and the perma-Left dictatorship is locked in one cycle early, they can win even by running the robo-animatronic Trayvon Martin and no one will bat an eye. Of course that means the civil war will get here a cycle early too, but maybe Rick Sanchez will just turn the whole planet into a giant holographic Cirque du Soleil musical-comedy version of "Carnival of Souls" and we won't have to be bothered about the future.

    His basement bits remind me of something else from the 80’s.

    • Replies: @Servant of Gla'aki

    His basement bits remind me of something else from the 80’s.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=3&v=tWdgAMYjYSs&feature=emb_logo
     
    No, this 1987 pirate broadcast is more informative, more congent, more entertaining, more interesting, and just all-around BETTER than any of Biden's basement output.
  23. Anonymous[367] • Disclaimer says:

    I really think if you look at the context of the full question from Joe Kernen about his “record”, he really said “I’m prepared to say that I have a record over 40 years, and that I’m going to be Joe Biden.”

    Just terrible sound quality, and the fact he hasn’t left that room for 3 months makes him look dumb.

    More interesting is the NYT cover today with the names of the “Dead” ie COVID-19. Saw a twitter rif on Alex Berenson that #6 on the list was actually a homicide victim…..

    Waiting for GOP to start going through each victim’s obituary soon. Interesting.

  24. @Steve Sailer
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MdvM9K8N6OY

    It’s really great that Joe Kernan of all people got to be on the other side of that interview. I need to find a reaction shot: I’m guessing ill-concealed delight.

  25. @James Speaks
    We need a new, socially correct manner of assigning SAT scores. A jury of Obama’s peers interviews candidates for five minutes and assigns the SAT score said chillun would have received if not for the effects of systemic raycism, Emmet Till, bad hair and Taylor Swift. So there.

    Something similar was actually used years back in litigation of the IQ test. The case ( Larry P) was in SF and involved black parents suing to stop IQ testing since their children scored so low that they were placed in the mildly retarded group. A black expert testified that she had developed adjustments for social conditions and demonstrated this to the court. She began with a girl who scored 75 (if I recall correctly) and kept on adding points for various “disadvantages” and arrive at an IQ score of 132. All described in a book called Litigating Intelligence.

    • LOL: AceDeuce
    • Replies: @James Speaks
    I'm especially fond of the term black expert. Imagine she has an IQ of 132 and specializes in the impact of structural racism on her hair and nails
  26. So the Dems want to elect a senile man to control the nuclear football…

  27. @JohnnyWalker123
    Trump posted some other stuff today.

    He retweeted someone who referred to Hillary Clinton as a "skank."

    https://twitter.com/JohnKStahlUSA/status/1264314248412360704

    He mocked Nancy Pelosi's face.

    https://twitter.com/JohnKStahlUSA/status/1263472100796510208

    He also implied Nancy Pelosi is drinking on the job.

    https://twitter.com/JohnKStahlUSA/status/1263832690924511232

    He made fun of Stacey Abrams for visiting too many buffets.

    https://twitter.com/JohnKStahlUSA/status/1263875777088458752

    Pelosi…. She and Ruth Bader Ginsburg tag-teamed with Thomas Jefferson.

  28. “What Happens When Biden Picks a Black Woman for Veep But Then …”

    …he dies?

    Nothing good.

  29. @Reg Cæsar

    … he touches her hair?
     
    That may depend on which hair he touches.

    Is this a carpet vs. drapes thing?…according to the NYTs it’s OK to mooch around on the carpet ,but don’t even think about the drapes. Conclusion: stick with the beckys.

  30. Oh please, at this point black women will beg for Joe to rip off their weaves if it meant he won

  31. … he touches her hair?

    He probably won’t notice that it is a wig.

  32. For those of you in the “diversity is our greatest strength” crowd but who never actually had the pleasure of going to a public school that was enriched with tons of black folk, I can remember back in those days when the black youngsters would always want to touch my hair. No disrespect, but I was always turned off by my African American schoolmates naturals so I wasn’t about to return the favor and run my fingers through their hair. This was back in the 1970s and the Afro was still in style. I could have made up for White Privilege and dated several of my Brown Suga sisters back in the day, for some reason they wanted a piece of the BWC, but I was chasing white tail and being rejected. haha. Didn’t swirl back then or now. teehee. Can remember while leaning back with my eyes closed in an Industrial Arts class back in the day and some sista walks right up and kisses the kid dead in the mouth. Took me the rest of my school years to live that one down. Now if I can just get my hair back.

    • Replies: @Duke84
    Where did blacks get crazy idea that white people want to touch their hair? I've never seen it happen once in real life.
  33. Biden is clearly losing it mentally, but after listening to this clip multiple times, I’m pretty sure he said “I’m going to BE Joe Biden”, which follows up on his previous phrase about his 40 year record. The way he speaks, “be Joe” and “beat Joe” would sound similar, but I’d guess it was the former.

  34. @Steve Sailer
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MdvM9K8N6OY

    Did he say he was “going to be Joe Biden” or “going to beat Joe Biden”? I don’t know but it hardly matters as Joe is a gaffe machine and he will likely say something less open to interpretation and more damaging within a month or so (if it takes that long).

  35. The NYT blew out its entire Sunday front page with names of COVID victims. But if a, uh, street thug or illegal blows your brains out, rest in peace baby because you’re not even going to run near the shipping notices.

    The NYT headline: US Deaths Near 100,000, an Incalculable Loss. I’m sure it pained them to leave out Blood on Trump’s Hands.

    • Replies: @ScarletNumber

    US Deaths Near 100,000, an Incalculable Loss
     
    This seems like a headline from The Babylon Bee, but it isn't.
    , @Mousey
    Incalculable!?! The loss is as tragic as the grammar.
  36. I don’t know. It sounds like he is saying that he will be plain old Joe. To interpret differently makes it nonsensical. A lot of politicians and a couple of crazy baseball players refer to themselves in the third person. They also ask their preferred question and proceed to answer it.

  37. @Charon
    Oh dear God. I admit that I had trouble believing this was real. Somehow I'm beginning to think that the second half of the year 2020 will be supremely lit. And you thought the first half was fun.

    https://www.bostonherald.com/2020/05/23/trust-the-man-joe-biden-is-going-to-beat-joe-biden/

    I've always said that the demographic changes were such that a ham sandwich could beat Donald Trump in 2020. I thought it was just a figure of speech.

    Yeah, but Joe Biden is a ham sandwich without the ham.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Yeah, but Joe Biden is a ham sandwich without the ham.
     
    You mean without the bread. There is plenty of ham there. And pork and bacon brought back to the First State.

    Speaking of which, last July the Half as Interesting channel put out a video about licence plates, including Delaware's. They spelled it out in Japanese, erroneously using the kanji for "state of matter" rather than a state of the US. (Which for some unknown but still annoying reason is the same character for "prefecture", which suggests they have no clue about federalism over there.)

    The first state of matter is plasma. Thus, Delaware is plasma.

    How fitting for Joe.
  38. @Steve Sailer
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MdvM9K8N6OY

    Sadly he is saying that he “is going to be Joe Biden”. The context was him answering about his record as a progressive not in winning elections.

    The guy is not at his prime but he is also not that decrepit.

    https://www.mediaite.com/news/trump-campaign-fabricates-joe-biden-gaffe-from-viral-tweet-heres-what-he-really-said/

  39. Come to think of it in over 72 years I’ve never touched an African’s hair. Me bad?

  40. anonymous[164] • Disclaimer says:
    @Steve Sailer
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MdvM9K8N6OY

    I believe that Mr. Biden is in serious mental decline, which may be why I fell for this. But it seemed too tightly edited, which caused me to look for the longer video to see if he caught himself. Lo and behold, when I watched the question he was asked and his entire answer, the word he uttered was “be,” not “beat.”

    The truly demented are those that believe what any of these people say, and who help to ensure that nothing will change by voting in the next Most Important Election Ever.

  41. I’m all in for Trump but it sounded to me like he was saying that he has a 40 year record of what he is like and that “I’m going to [continue to] BE Joe Biden”.

    Why not just make and distribute deepfakes?

  42. @wren
    https://youtu.be/T7rQKWjm95Q

    Wow, one of their crappiest, most obscure episodes — but even those sometimes deliver a nugget of truth

  43. Yeah, of course I’m right.

    Begin at 9 minutes for context

  44. @JohnnyWalker123
    https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1264346866780700675

    By the way, read this.

    https://steemit.com/politics/@an0nkn0wledge/the-curious-case-of-the-death-of-joe-scarborough-s-intern-lori-klausutis

    Scarborough used to serve as a U.S. Republican Congressman from Florida’s 1st District from 1995 - 2001, he shortly resigned five months into his fourth term in September 2001. Two months before his resignation on July 20th, 2001, his intern Lori Klausutis was found dead inside his office on his floor.
     

    So how did Klausutis die then?

    The official autopsy report stated her death was an "accident" attributed to - "undiagnosed cardiac arrhythmia" and due to this fact her "breathing stopped she fell and hit her head, on an office desk and died," Berkland said.

    Scarborough's press secretary, Miguel Serrano also stated that Klausutis had known prior "health conditions" but didn't provide specifics when questioned. And Scarborough himself told reporters that she had a "complicated medical history" including "stroke and epilepsy."

    Which an immediate family member disputed and denied stating she had no prior "health conditions" since she was a documented marathon runner who had recently run an 8K with a respectable time and she belonged to the Northwest Florida Track Club.

    On August 29th, 2001, two Fort Walton Beach police officers Stephen Sequeira and crime scene expert Dusty Rhodes who witnessed the autopsy of Klausutis, said that her "skull had been fractured," reported NWFDailyNews.

    But this was never taken into account in the final autopsy report, and Dr. Berkland stated knowledge of the injury was insignificant and was simply just from the cause of her fall.
     

    Curiosity also peaks when you learn medical examiner Dr. Berkland's medical license in the state of Missouri was revoked in 1998 as a result of him reporting false information regarding brain tissue samples in an 1996 autopsy report.

    He moved to Florida in 1997 and in July 1996, Berkland was suspended from his position as Medical Examiner in the State of Florida. Yet in 2001, he was issuing reports on Klausutis’ death that were questionable if not outright false.

    He was then fired in 2003 for not completing autopsy reports.

    Further the man was arrested in 2012, for storing human body parts in a Florida storage unit in containers filled of formaldehyde and methyl alcohol.

    Berkland was charged with - improper storage of hazardous waste, keeping a public nuisance and driving with a suspended license according to CBS News.

    Which not only does Berkland's work ethic come into question whether he was competent enough for the autopsy but also the man's sanity keeping remains of deceased humans why would anyone do that? Organ trafficking? But that's a story for another day.
     

    Then there is Scarborough's alleged odd behavior on a radio show years later after Klausutis death in 2003.

    On May 29, 2003, Scarborough appeared on Don Imus's radio show where he made the shocking admission about killing his intern. While complimenting Scarborough on his sense of humor, Imus said, "Don't be afraid to be funny, because you are funny. I asked you why you aren't in Congress. You said that you had sex with the intern, and then you had to kill her." Scarborough laughed and replied, "Yeah, well, what are you gonna do?"

    The audio from the only known recorded upload is curiously "missing" and the page for the archive.org page is also dead. However, I was able to dig up the oldest date of existence for this claim from 2004 from the Democrats own website.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26WwTu28Ido

     

    Michael Moore.

    Author and film maker Michael Moore also accused Scarborough of killng his intern when he “registered the domain name JoeScarboroughKilledHisIntern.com," and was later sued for his action.

     

    Co-morbidities? A mysterious collapse? Maybe SHE was WuFlu Patient Zero

  45. Anonymous[390] • Disclaimer says:
    @JohnnyWalker123
    https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1264346866780700675

    By the way, read this.

    https://steemit.com/politics/@an0nkn0wledge/the-curious-case-of-the-death-of-joe-scarborough-s-intern-lori-klausutis

    Scarborough used to serve as a U.S. Republican Congressman from Florida’s 1st District from 1995 - 2001, he shortly resigned five months into his fourth term in September 2001. Two months before his resignation on July 20th, 2001, his intern Lori Klausutis was found dead inside his office on his floor.
     

    So how did Klausutis die then?

    The official autopsy report stated her death was an "accident" attributed to - "undiagnosed cardiac arrhythmia" and due to this fact her "breathing stopped she fell and hit her head, on an office desk and died," Berkland said.

    Scarborough's press secretary, Miguel Serrano also stated that Klausutis had known prior "health conditions" but didn't provide specifics when questioned. And Scarborough himself told reporters that she had a "complicated medical history" including "stroke and epilepsy."

    Which an immediate family member disputed and denied stating she had no prior "health conditions" since she was a documented marathon runner who had recently run an 8K with a respectable time and she belonged to the Northwest Florida Track Club.

    On August 29th, 2001, two Fort Walton Beach police officers Stephen Sequeira and crime scene expert Dusty Rhodes who witnessed the autopsy of Klausutis, said that her "skull had been fractured," reported NWFDailyNews.

    But this was never taken into account in the final autopsy report, and Dr. Berkland stated knowledge of the injury was insignificant and was simply just from the cause of her fall.
     

    Curiosity also peaks when you learn medical examiner Dr. Berkland's medical license in the state of Missouri was revoked in 1998 as a result of him reporting false information regarding brain tissue samples in an 1996 autopsy report.

    He moved to Florida in 1997 and in July 1996, Berkland was suspended from his position as Medical Examiner in the State of Florida. Yet in 2001, he was issuing reports on Klausutis’ death that were questionable if not outright false.

    He was then fired in 2003 for not completing autopsy reports.

    Further the man was arrested in 2012, for storing human body parts in a Florida storage unit in containers filled of formaldehyde and methyl alcohol.

    Berkland was charged with - improper storage of hazardous waste, keeping a public nuisance and driving with a suspended license according to CBS News.

    Which not only does Berkland's work ethic come into question whether he was competent enough for the autopsy but also the man's sanity keeping remains of deceased humans why would anyone do that? Organ trafficking? But that's a story for another day.
     

    Then there is Scarborough's alleged odd behavior on a radio show years later after Klausutis death in 2003.

    On May 29, 2003, Scarborough appeared on Don Imus's radio show where he made the shocking admission about killing his intern. While complimenting Scarborough on his sense of humor, Imus said, "Don't be afraid to be funny, because you are funny. I asked you why you aren't in Congress. You said that you had sex with the intern, and then you had to kill her." Scarborough laughed and replied, "Yeah, well, what are you gonna do?"

    The audio from the only known recorded upload is curiously "missing" and the page for the archive.org page is also dead. However, I was able to dig up the oldest date of existence for this claim from 2004 from the Democrats own website.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26WwTu28Ido

     

    Michael Moore.

    Author and film maker Michael Moore also accused Scarborough of killng his intern when he “registered the domain name JoeScarboroughKilledHisIntern.com," and was later sued for his action.

     

    Was Scarborough romantically involved with the intern?

    • Replies: @SunBakedSuburb
    Joe Scarborough's face is oddly vague. He needs to wear a mask.
    , @V. Hickel
    i have read that he was, but i cannot recall where i saw it. Another researcher on a liberal site showed pretty definitive proof that JS was in DC at the time of death, but that proves only that he did not perform the deed himself. No way she fell and bumped her head on the desk, but why leave the body in the office?
  46. eD says:
    @RadicalCenter
    I thought you were going to say “and then Biden dies before the election....” Don’t think that has happened in our history.

    Do the Dems elevate the Veep nominee to the presidential nominee slot? Or do they pick someone else, e.g. who actually ran in the Dem presidential primary and has a substantial following, such as Bernie Sanders.

    “I thought you were going to say “and then Biden dies before the election….” Don’t think that has happened in our history.”

    It did, in 1872.

    In 1872, the losing presidential candidate, Greeley, died after the public voted for the Electoral College,but before the electors voted. The situation was complicated by the fact that Greeley was a Republican who was running an independent campaign for president, the Democrats did not run their own candidate but stood aside to support Greeley.

    In the event three electors tried to vote for Greeley anyway but their votes were disqualified. The other would-be Greeley electors tended to vote either for Greeley’s running mate, or for the politician the Democrats would have nominated if they had run their own candidate.

    The point is that a lot of this speculation is constitutionally illiterate. Voters vote for slates of electors, who vote for President and Vice President in the electoral college. The 1872 precedent is clear that if a political party has a presidential and vice presidential nominee, if the presidential nominee dies before the Electoral College meets, the party’s electors can vote for whoever they want. They are not even bound by any (legally unenenforceable anyway) pledges they may have made to vote for the presidential nominee. If the death took place before the public voted, the party would find some way to designate a new presidential nominee. Also, there is not much other than political custom preventing state parties from running a different nominee from the national party.

  47. I should get Joe’s purple and yellow tie to go with it.

    He’s afraid of losing Minnesota? Good omen for Trump!

    • Replies: @Paul Jolliffe
    Reg,

    Guys in Minnesota named “Joe” wearing purple, white and yellow had a pretty good record:

    https://www.vikings.com/news/lunchbreak-vikings-legend-joe-kapp-releases-book-signings-this-weekend
  48. Luckily they wear a hair hat for just such a contingency.

  49. God damn. I’ve been in a laughing fit for half an hour reading this comment thread. That animation is too much. Tears are coming out of my eyes. I’m dying of laughter.

    Thank you comrades!

  50. @The Germ Theory of Disease
    This is going to get interesting. I just saw videotape of Joe Biden giving a new interview, where he looked directly into the camera and confidently said, "I have 40 years experience, I can beat Joe Biden."

    In any normal campaign, that would be the final nail in the coffin, hello President Cuomo, all hair-sniffing questions now moot. But we are now living in an old 1980s issue of "Heavy Metal," who the hell knows what's next?

    If Biden stays in the race, that clip will air 24/7 come September.

    But maybe the Dems have run the numbers and decided it doesn't matter, demographic Christmas has come before 2024 and the perma-Left dictatorship is locked in one cycle early, they can win even by running the robo-animatronic Trayvon Martin and no one will bat an eye. Of course that means the civil war will get here a cycle early too, but maybe Rick Sanchez will just turn the whole planet into a giant holographic Cirque du Soleil musical-comedy version of "Carnival of Souls" and we won't have to be bothered about the future.

    That ungodly chimera will destroy itself from genetic/political incompatibility and its sheer weight. It can never become a competent political entity and will rip itself apart more often then not. The major fault lines rest on an intractable labor vs liberal split. The labor component will either kill the liberal part or merge with the Republican Party under a Perot/Buchanan party platform. The contemporary Democratic Party runs on Boomer Yuppie fumes and Black ethno-nationalism. It’s in direct conflict with a major New Deal/Socialist resurgence led by working class whites and opportunistic Hispanics. Both despise neo-liberalism with a passion. A Democratic Party Civil War is far more likely than a US one.

    In 2016 Trump won over 3 out of every 10 Bernie Sanders supporters. That number is just going to go up this year.

    • Replies: @SunBakedSuburb
    "The major fault lines rest on an intractable labor vs liberal split."

    Bernie Sanders is ostensibly the voice for labor in the Democratic Party. He issues pieties to the working class when interviewed on CNN and MSNBC, but he has totally sold his soul to the identity mafia. So has his white, youngish base. Within the Democratic Party the split is between old-time liberals and the progressive-totalitarians.

    The working class thought they found a champion in President Blumpft! Whatever sincere action Blumpft! wanted to take in regard to them has been derailed by the conveniently-timed plague. Hey working class: you remain screwed.

  51. @Dtbb
    His basement bits remind me of something else from the 80's.
    https://youtu.be/tWdgAMYjYSs

    His basement bits remind me of something else from the 80’s.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=3&v=tWdgAMYjYSs&feature=emb_logo

    No, this 1987 pirate broadcast is more informative, more congent, more entertaining, more interesting, and just all-around BETTER than any of Biden’s basement output.

  52. Anon[280] • Disclaimer says:
    @JohnnyWalker123
    https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1264346866780700675

    By the way, read this.

    https://steemit.com/politics/@an0nkn0wledge/the-curious-case-of-the-death-of-joe-scarborough-s-intern-lori-klausutis

    Scarborough used to serve as a U.S. Republican Congressman from Florida’s 1st District from 1995 - 2001, he shortly resigned five months into his fourth term in September 2001. Two months before his resignation on July 20th, 2001, his intern Lori Klausutis was found dead inside his office on his floor.
     

    So how did Klausutis die then?

    The official autopsy report stated her death was an "accident" attributed to - "undiagnosed cardiac arrhythmia" and due to this fact her "breathing stopped she fell and hit her head, on an office desk and died," Berkland said.

    Scarborough's press secretary, Miguel Serrano also stated that Klausutis had known prior "health conditions" but didn't provide specifics when questioned. And Scarborough himself told reporters that she had a "complicated medical history" including "stroke and epilepsy."

    Which an immediate family member disputed and denied stating she had no prior "health conditions" since she was a documented marathon runner who had recently run an 8K with a respectable time and she belonged to the Northwest Florida Track Club.

    On August 29th, 2001, two Fort Walton Beach police officers Stephen Sequeira and crime scene expert Dusty Rhodes who witnessed the autopsy of Klausutis, said that her "skull had been fractured," reported NWFDailyNews.

    But this was never taken into account in the final autopsy report, and Dr. Berkland stated knowledge of the injury was insignificant and was simply just from the cause of her fall.
     

    Curiosity also peaks when you learn medical examiner Dr. Berkland's medical license in the state of Missouri was revoked in 1998 as a result of him reporting false information regarding brain tissue samples in an 1996 autopsy report.

    He moved to Florida in 1997 and in July 1996, Berkland was suspended from his position as Medical Examiner in the State of Florida. Yet in 2001, he was issuing reports on Klausutis’ death that were questionable if not outright false.

    He was then fired in 2003 for not completing autopsy reports.

    Further the man was arrested in 2012, for storing human body parts in a Florida storage unit in containers filled of formaldehyde and methyl alcohol.

    Berkland was charged with - improper storage of hazardous waste, keeping a public nuisance and driving with a suspended license according to CBS News.

    Which not only does Berkland's work ethic come into question whether he was competent enough for the autopsy but also the man's sanity keeping remains of deceased humans why would anyone do that? Organ trafficking? But that's a story for another day.
     

    Then there is Scarborough's alleged odd behavior on a radio show years later after Klausutis death in 2003.

    On May 29, 2003, Scarborough appeared on Don Imus's radio show where he made the shocking admission about killing his intern. While complimenting Scarborough on his sense of humor, Imus said, "Don't be afraid to be funny, because you are funny. I asked you why you aren't in Congress. You said that you had sex with the intern, and then you had to kill her." Scarborough laughed and replied, "Yeah, well, what are you gonna do?"

    The audio from the only known recorded upload is curiously "missing" and the page for the archive.org page is also dead. However, I was able to dig up the oldest date of existence for this claim from 2004 from the Democrats own website.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26WwTu28Ido

     

    Michael Moore.

    Author and film maker Michael Moore also accused Scarborough of killng his intern when he “registered the domain name JoeScarboroughKilledHisIntern.com," and was later sued for his action.

     

    Suspect that with Dem Gary Condit’s dead intern, Chandra Levy, in May 2001, the Republicans were looking to avoid embarrassment of Scarborough’s dead intern in July 2001, which was much worse since she was found in his office under highly unusual circumstances.

    Northwest Florida is the epicenter of good ol’ boy politics. Any investigation was likely squelched by Jeb Bush who was Governor of Florida at the time, as a favor to the Republican party and his older bro in the White House.

    Scarborough, who likely had lots of dirt including sleeping with the intern and probably some drug use (which likely played a role in the woman’s death), probably agreed to quietly step down, in exchange for being helped by party big wigs to land on his feet. It wouldn’t shock me at all if there were some indirect payments of some sort, as well.

    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
    It's pretty suspicious that he stepped down quickly after that, only 5 months into his term. When asked why, he said it was to "spend more time with his children."

    There's a joke about that. See quote below.

    A recurring joke in public relations is “I’ve decided to spend more time with my family,” a phrase used by people who are forced out of political or high corporate positions

     

    I wonder why Joe Scarborough (a popular, healthy, and telegenic Congressman) would be forced out of office only 5 months into his term. Somebody isn't quite right about this situation.

    While I wouldn't necessarily accuse him of killing his intern, I think there's a lot more going on here than meets the eye. We're not getting the full story.
  53. @RadicalCenter
    I thought you were going to say “and then Biden dies before the election....” Don’t think that has happened in our history.

    Do the Dems elevate the Veep nominee to the presidential nominee slot? Or do they pick someone else, e.g. who actually ran in the Dem presidential primary and has a substantial following, such as Bernie Sanders.

    Rad, that is a lot to think about. The Bernie Fanatics would come roaring out of hiding, after all he was in second place.

  54. Anon[280] • Disclaimer says:
    @JohnnyWalker123
    https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1264346866780700675

    By the way, read this.

    https://steemit.com/politics/@an0nkn0wledge/the-curious-case-of-the-death-of-joe-scarborough-s-intern-lori-klausutis

    Scarborough used to serve as a U.S. Republican Congressman from Florida’s 1st District from 1995 - 2001, he shortly resigned five months into his fourth term in September 2001. Two months before his resignation on July 20th, 2001, his intern Lori Klausutis was found dead inside his office on his floor.
     

    So how did Klausutis die then?

    The official autopsy report stated her death was an "accident" attributed to - "undiagnosed cardiac arrhythmia" and due to this fact her "breathing stopped she fell and hit her head, on an office desk and died," Berkland said.

    Scarborough's press secretary, Miguel Serrano also stated that Klausutis had known prior "health conditions" but didn't provide specifics when questioned. And Scarborough himself told reporters that she had a "complicated medical history" including "stroke and epilepsy."

    Which an immediate family member disputed and denied stating she had no prior "health conditions" since she was a documented marathon runner who had recently run an 8K with a respectable time and she belonged to the Northwest Florida Track Club.

    On August 29th, 2001, two Fort Walton Beach police officers Stephen Sequeira and crime scene expert Dusty Rhodes who witnessed the autopsy of Klausutis, said that her "skull had been fractured," reported NWFDailyNews.

    But this was never taken into account in the final autopsy report, and Dr. Berkland stated knowledge of the injury was insignificant and was simply just from the cause of her fall.
     

    Curiosity also peaks when you learn medical examiner Dr. Berkland's medical license in the state of Missouri was revoked in 1998 as a result of him reporting false information regarding brain tissue samples in an 1996 autopsy report.

    He moved to Florida in 1997 and in July 1996, Berkland was suspended from his position as Medical Examiner in the State of Florida. Yet in 2001, he was issuing reports on Klausutis’ death that were questionable if not outright false.

    He was then fired in 2003 for not completing autopsy reports.

    Further the man was arrested in 2012, for storing human body parts in a Florida storage unit in containers filled of formaldehyde and methyl alcohol.

    Berkland was charged with - improper storage of hazardous waste, keeping a public nuisance and driving with a suspended license according to CBS News.

    Which not only does Berkland's work ethic come into question whether he was competent enough for the autopsy but also the man's sanity keeping remains of deceased humans why would anyone do that? Organ trafficking? But that's a story for another day.
     

    Then there is Scarborough's alleged odd behavior on a radio show years later after Klausutis death in 2003.

    On May 29, 2003, Scarborough appeared on Don Imus's radio show where he made the shocking admission about killing his intern. While complimenting Scarborough on his sense of humor, Imus said, "Don't be afraid to be funny, because you are funny. I asked you why you aren't in Congress. You said that you had sex with the intern, and then you had to kill her." Scarborough laughed and replied, "Yeah, well, what are you gonna do?"

    The audio from the only known recorded upload is curiously "missing" and the page for the archive.org page is also dead. However, I was able to dig up the oldest date of existence for this claim from 2004 from the Democrats own website.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26WwTu28Ido

     

    Michael Moore.

    Author and film maker Michael Moore also accused Scarborough of killng his intern when he “registered the domain name JoeScarboroughKilledHisIntern.com," and was later sued for his action.

     

    I also expect if there was some payment to Scarborough to step down, it would be in the form of real estate. Northwest Florida and Walton County real estate was exploding during this time, and the housing bubble was beginning to ramp up in Florida as a whole.

    It would be fascinating to look through any property transfers during this time, or see if Scarborough was allowed to be a partner or invest at a steep discount in a development deal, perhaps under the guise of being an external consultant.

  55. I think Stacey Abrams would be a good pick. Not even Joe would want to put his hands on her.

  56. Ok, so if the DNC picks Stacey Abrams, there will be no input from Biden regardless of who they pick for his VP, what does happen if Joe kicks off or starts drooling? Abrams is their candidate? Really? There is no way in hell that the Bernie Bros would support that. Sanders was a legitimate front runner and suddenly,almost magically, the blacks in SC swing the nomination to Joe. And while Abrams is black and a woman, checking off two boxes, is she the “black” that Booker’s and Harris’ supporters and ordinary dems are going to back. Start looking for clandestine searches by the DNC for taxidermists and robot makers. Question: “Mr. Biden, what would you like to find in a female VP ?” Joe…”Me.”

    • Replies: @James Speaks
    The point of choosing Stacey Abrams, I think, is thagt she may be the only grope proof potential female VP candidate.
    , @SunBakedSuburb
    "There is no way in hell that the Bernie Bros would support that."

    Bernie Bros are at furry conventions when not yelling and spreading droplets for Bernie. They will bow down before whatever magisterial black woman the DNC puts before them.
  57. @james wilson
    Yeah, but Joe Biden is a ham sandwich without the ham.

    Yeah, but Joe Biden is a ham sandwich without the ham.

    You mean without the bread. There is plenty of ham there. And pork and bacon brought back to the First State.

    Speaking of which, last July the Half as Interesting channel put out a video about licence plates, including Delaware’s. They spelled it out in Japanese, erroneously using the kanji for “state of matter” rather than a state of the US. (Which for some unknown but still annoying reason is the same character for “prefecture”, which suggests they have no clue about federalism over there.)

    The first state of matter is plasma. Thus, Delaware is plasma.

    How fitting for Joe.

  58. @Reg Cæsar

    I should get Joe’s purple and yellow tie to go with it.
     
    He's afraid of losing Minnesota? Good omen for Trump!

    Reg,

    Guys in Minnesota named “Joe” wearing purple, white and yellow had a pretty good record:

    https://www.vikings.com/news/lunchbreak-vikings-legend-joe-kapp-releases-book-signings-this-weekend

  59. @Known Fact
    The NYT blew out its entire Sunday front page with names of COVID victims. But if a, uh, street thug or illegal blows your brains out, rest in peace baby because you're not even going to run near the shipping notices.

    The NYT headline: US Deaths Near 100,000, an Incalculable Loss. I'm sure it pained them to leave out Blood on Trump's Hands.

    US Deaths Near 100,000, an Incalculable Loss

    This seems like a headline from The Babylon Bee, but it isn’t.

    • Replies: @Known Fact
    And there's some indication now that someone right at the top of the list was not exactly a COVID victim

    https://www.rt.com/usa/489602-nyt-coronavirus-deaths-frontpage-controversy/
  60. @Known Fact
    The NYT blew out its entire Sunday front page with names of COVID victims. But if a, uh, street thug or illegal blows your brains out, rest in peace baby because you're not even going to run near the shipping notices.

    The NYT headline: US Deaths Near 100,000, an Incalculable Loss. I'm sure it pained them to leave out Blood on Trump's Hands.

    Incalculable!?! The loss is as tragic as the grammar.

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    Mousey, Incalculable? Where are all the black wmoen mathematicians from"Hidden Figures?"
  61. @JohnnyWalker123
    https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1264346866780700675

    By the way, read this.

    https://steemit.com/politics/@an0nkn0wledge/the-curious-case-of-the-death-of-joe-scarborough-s-intern-lori-klausutis

    Scarborough used to serve as a U.S. Republican Congressman from Florida’s 1st District from 1995 - 2001, he shortly resigned five months into his fourth term in September 2001. Two months before his resignation on July 20th, 2001, his intern Lori Klausutis was found dead inside his office on his floor.
     

    So how did Klausutis die then?

    The official autopsy report stated her death was an "accident" attributed to - "undiagnosed cardiac arrhythmia" and due to this fact her "breathing stopped she fell and hit her head, on an office desk and died," Berkland said.

    Scarborough's press secretary, Miguel Serrano also stated that Klausutis had known prior "health conditions" but didn't provide specifics when questioned. And Scarborough himself told reporters that she had a "complicated medical history" including "stroke and epilepsy."

    Which an immediate family member disputed and denied stating she had no prior "health conditions" since she was a documented marathon runner who had recently run an 8K with a respectable time and she belonged to the Northwest Florida Track Club.

    On August 29th, 2001, two Fort Walton Beach police officers Stephen Sequeira and crime scene expert Dusty Rhodes who witnessed the autopsy of Klausutis, said that her "skull had been fractured," reported NWFDailyNews.

    But this was never taken into account in the final autopsy report, and Dr. Berkland stated knowledge of the injury was insignificant and was simply just from the cause of her fall.
     

    Curiosity also peaks when you learn medical examiner Dr. Berkland's medical license in the state of Missouri was revoked in 1998 as a result of him reporting false information regarding brain tissue samples in an 1996 autopsy report.

    He moved to Florida in 1997 and in July 1996, Berkland was suspended from his position as Medical Examiner in the State of Florida. Yet in 2001, he was issuing reports on Klausutis’ death that were questionable if not outright false.

    He was then fired in 2003 for not completing autopsy reports.

    Further the man was arrested in 2012, for storing human body parts in a Florida storage unit in containers filled of formaldehyde and methyl alcohol.

    Berkland was charged with - improper storage of hazardous waste, keeping a public nuisance and driving with a suspended license according to CBS News.

    Which not only does Berkland's work ethic come into question whether he was competent enough for the autopsy but also the man's sanity keeping remains of deceased humans why would anyone do that? Organ trafficking? But that's a story for another day.
     

    Then there is Scarborough's alleged odd behavior on a radio show years later after Klausutis death in 2003.

    On May 29, 2003, Scarborough appeared on Don Imus's radio show where he made the shocking admission about killing his intern. While complimenting Scarborough on his sense of humor, Imus said, "Don't be afraid to be funny, because you are funny. I asked you why you aren't in Congress. You said that you had sex with the intern, and then you had to kill her." Scarborough laughed and replied, "Yeah, well, what are you gonna do?"

    The audio from the only known recorded upload is curiously "missing" and the page for the archive.org page is also dead. However, I was able to dig up the oldest date of existence for this claim from 2004 from the Democrats own website.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26WwTu28Ido

     

    Michael Moore.

    Author and film maker Michael Moore also accused Scarborough of killng his intern when he “registered the domain name JoeScarboroughKilledHisIntern.com," and was later sued for his action.

     

    Joe Scarborough killed his intern because she was going to leak pictures of his wife and her bull

  62. @Kronos
    That ungodly chimera will destroy itself from genetic/political incompatibility and its sheer weight. It can never become a competent political entity and will rip itself apart more often then not. The major fault lines rest on an intractable labor vs liberal split. The labor component will either kill the liberal part or merge with the Republican Party under a Perot/Buchanan party platform. The contemporary Democratic Party runs on Boomer Yuppie fumes and Black ethno-nationalism. It’s in direct conflict with a major New Deal/Socialist resurgence led by working class whites and opportunistic Hispanics. Both despise neo-liberalism with a passion. A Democratic Party Civil War is far more likely than a US one.

    In 2016 Trump won over 3 out of every 10 Bernie Sanders supporters. That number is just going to go up this year.

    https://youtu.be/Tkjw0XB9Xuc

    https://www.amazon.com/Strange-Death-Liberal-England/dp/0804729301

    “The major fault lines rest on an intractable labor vs liberal split.”

    Bernie Sanders is ostensibly the voice for labor in the Democratic Party. He issues pieties to the working class when interviewed on CNN and MSNBC, but he has totally sold his soul to the identity mafia. So has his white, youngish base. Within the Democratic Party the split is between old-time liberals and the progressive-totalitarians.

    The working class thought they found a champion in President Blumpft! Whatever sincere action Blumpft! wanted to take in regard to them has been derailed by the conveniently-timed plague. Hey working class: you remain screwed.

    • Replies: @Kronos
    I don’t see it that way. Both Sanders and Trump are all too aware that middle class Baby Boomers (and those higher up) are far too addicted to Wall Street. The markets are corrupt, inflated, and detrimental to the US economy. Any policies designed to fix the real economy will lower the stock prices and subsequently Boomer retirement accounts.

    https://www.amazon.com/Killing-Host-Financial-Parasites-Bondage/dp/3981484282

    https://zh-prod-1cc738ca-7d3b-4a72-b792-20bd8d8fa069.storage.googleapis.com/s3fs-public/inline-images/everything%20wrong%20with%20america.jpg

    The “Boomerati” are still in control of government, media, and such but are rapidly losing political power since 2016. By 2030 nearly 50% of all Boomers should be gone. Trump and Sanders represent bridge-ways into a brighter and more stable future. Bernie “bent the knee” to avoid a Ralph Nader 2000 repeat and pointlessly burn the careers of his highly skilled campaign staff. That would only strengthen the Clinton wing’s argument for purging everything Bernie. Trump doesn’t want a Buchanan-like Fatwa on his organization either. Nader and Buchanan are brilliant and talented people but fell into the traps of their respective Neocon/Neoliberal Boomer rivals.

    The Neocons/Neoliberals have the fancy Rolex watches, but the movements behind Trump and Sanders have time as their ally. Like Moses, Trump and Sanders might no the fruit of the promised land itself, but will lead the US from the 1968 Boomer Yuppies and their high cost/inefficient economy.

    https://youtu.be/OqCTq3EeDcY

    https://i.ytimg.com/vi/A5lPpuvCEss/maxresdefault.jpg
  63. @Robert Weissberg
    Something similar was actually used years back in litigation of the IQ test. The case ( Larry P) was in SF and involved black parents suing to stop IQ testing since their children scored so low that they were placed in the mildly retarded group. A black expert testified that she had developed adjustments for social conditions and demonstrated this to the court. She began with a girl who scored 75 (if I recall correctly) and kept on adding points for various "disadvantages" and arrive at an IQ score of 132. All described in a book called Litigating Intelligence.

    I’m especially fond of the term black expert. Imagine she has an IQ of 132 and specializes in the impact of structural racism on her hair and nails

  64. @Buffalo Joe
    Ok, so if the DNC picks Stacey Abrams, there will be no input from Biden regardless of who they pick for his VP, what does happen if Joe kicks off or starts drooling? Abrams is their candidate? Really? There is no way in hell that the Bernie Bros would support that. Sanders was a legitimate front runner and suddenly,almost magically, the blacks in SC swing the nomination to Joe. And while Abrams is black and a woman, checking off two boxes, is she the "black" that Booker's and Harris' supporters and ordinary dems are going to back. Start looking for clandestine searches by the DNC for taxidermists and robot makers. Question: "Mr. Biden, what would you like to find in a female VP ?" Joe..."Me."

    The point of choosing Stacey Abrams, I think, is thagt she may be the only grope proof potential female VP candidate.

    • Replies: @Boethiuss

    The point of choosing Stacey Abrams, I think, is thagt she may be the only grope proof potential female VP candidate.
     
    I dunno, gotta think Klobuchar is pretty safe in that department.
    , @Alden
    Not really, there’s more of her to grope, more cushion for the pushin’. Abrams and Biden will look like those nursery rhyme characters, Scrawny Jack Sprat and his enormous wife.

    How tall are they? Lots of obese black women are just 5’9 monsters.
  65. @Buffalo Joe
    Ok, so if the DNC picks Stacey Abrams, there will be no input from Biden regardless of who they pick for his VP, what does happen if Joe kicks off or starts drooling? Abrams is their candidate? Really? There is no way in hell that the Bernie Bros would support that. Sanders was a legitimate front runner and suddenly,almost magically, the blacks in SC swing the nomination to Joe. And while Abrams is black and a woman, checking off two boxes, is she the "black" that Booker's and Harris' supporters and ordinary dems are going to back. Start looking for clandestine searches by the DNC for taxidermists and robot makers. Question: "Mr. Biden, what would you like to find in a female VP ?" Joe..."Me."

    “There is no way in hell that the Bernie Bros would support that.”

    Bernie Bros are at furry conventions when not yelling and spreading droplets for Bernie. They will bow down before whatever magisterial black woman the DNC puts before them.

  66. @Anonymous
    Was Scarborough romantically involved with the intern?

    Joe Scarborough’s face is oddly vague. He needs to wear a mask.

  67. @JohnnyWalker123
    Trump posted some other stuff today.

    He retweeted someone who referred to Hillary Clinton as a "skank."

    https://twitter.com/JohnKStahlUSA/status/1264314248412360704

    He mocked Nancy Pelosi's face.

    https://twitter.com/JohnKStahlUSA/status/1263472100796510208

    He also implied Nancy Pelosi is drinking on the job.

    https://twitter.com/JohnKStahlUSA/status/1263832690924511232

    He made fun of Stacey Abrams for visiting too many buffets.

    https://twitter.com/JohnKStahlUSA/status/1263875777088458752

    He mocked Nancy Pelosi’s face.

    Or as Tucker Carlson said last week, commenting on Pelosi’s remark about Trump being morbidly obese: “People with glass faces shouldn’t throw stones.”

  68. @Anonymous
    Was Scarborough romantically involved with the intern?

    i have read that he was, but i cannot recall where i saw it. Another researcher on a liberal site showed pretty definitive proof that JS was in DC at the time of death, but that proves only that he did not perform the deed himself. No way she fell and bumped her head on the desk, but why leave the body in the office?

  69. Anonymous[591] • Disclaimer says:
    @JohnnyWalker123
    Trump posted some other stuff today.

    He retweeted someone who referred to Hillary Clinton as a "skank."

    https://twitter.com/JohnKStahlUSA/status/1264314248412360704

    He mocked Nancy Pelosi's face.

    https://twitter.com/JohnKStahlUSA/status/1263472100796510208

    He also implied Nancy Pelosi is drinking on the job.

    https://twitter.com/JohnKStahlUSA/status/1263832690924511232

    He made fun of Stacey Abrams for visiting too many buffets.

    https://twitter.com/JohnKStahlUSA/status/1263875777088458752

    You should screenshot those tweets before Twitter removes them.

    If you’re a conservative media figure, it’s a good idea to block Trump so he can’t retweet you.

  70. International Jew [AKA "Hebrew National"] says:

    Your flower background looks like Obama’s.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    But I only have five fingers on each hand.
    , @Buffalo Joe
    Heb, you know Barack's coloring is realistic, what is up with Michelle's pewter?
  71. Biden is guaranteed to have his Sarah Palin moment with this comment he made.

  72. @JohnnyWalker123
    By the way, Joe Biden's brain appears to be malfunctioning.

    Joe Biden says he's going to beat Joe Biden.

    https://twitter.com/johncardillo/status/1263816200334737408


    Joe Biden can't remember how to use a cell phone anymore.

    https://twitter.com/TrumpWarRoom/status/1263531503419523074

    2020 will be even better than 2016.

    • Replies: @Boethiuss

    2020 will be even better than 2016.
     
    2020 is going to suck.

    I suspect it's going to be bad for Trump, and I fear that it's going to be worse for the rest of the GOP than for Trump. Jan/Feb was the high point for Trump, basically for any time since Inauguration. Even then, there was no landslide on the cards but there were a couple of things in Trump's favor. There was a strong conservative undercurrent in politics, conservative in the literal sense where the voters were not looking for any violent policy changes in a world where things seemed to be slowly and surely getting better.

    Now, with the Coronavirus, it may not be Trump's fault directly, but the environment we all live in is much worse for us. The economist Noah Smith defined derp as the mindless repetitive reiteration of strongly held priors. The American people want clarity, insight, intelligent action in moment of crisis, and the GOP (Trump and the non-Trump GOPe both) is just a big pile of derp.
  73. @Stan Adams
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vHYOZyNzYOk

    I posted this because the other YouTube link appeared to be dead. But now it’s playing normally. Strange.

    YouTube is flaky and shady as hell. Videos disappear (despite intensive searches) and then suddenly reappear without any apparent status change (Public, Unlisted, Private, etc.).

    Whenever I see a video that I want to preserve, I immediately download it using 4K Video Downloader. There have been times when certain clips have been scrubbed in the 30 seconds or so it takes me to load the program and start the download.

  74. @International Jew
    Your flower background looks like Obama's.
    https://static01.nyt.com/images/2018/02/18/arts/18OBAMAPORTRAITS-01diptych/merlin_133724774_67bc7aaf-2c87-491c-a010-202d6524faf7-superJumbo.jpg

    But I only have five fingers on each hand.

    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
    The Simpsons only had 4 fingers.

    Watch this 7 second clip.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7rKSvlcAcmc
  75. Sandy Hook anti-Bill-of-Rights activist breaks into house, steals guns, and attacks and kills people; he is still on the loose.
    I’m sure the national lyingpress will get right on this any minute now …
    https://heavy.com/news/2020/05/peter-manfredonia-connecticut-uconn/
    https://www.nbcconnecticut.com/news/local/police-investigation-closes-state-park-in-derby/2276507/

  76. @ScarletNumber

    US Deaths Near 100,000, an Incalculable Loss
     
    This seems like a headline from The Babylon Bee, but it isn't.

    And there’s some indication now that someone right at the top of the list was not exactly a COVID victim

    https://www.rt.com/usa/489602-nyt-coronavirus-deaths-frontpage-controversy/

  77. @Anon
    Suspect that with Dem Gary Condit's dead intern, Chandra Levy, in May 2001, the Republicans were looking to avoid embarrassment of Scarborough's dead intern in July 2001, which was much worse since she was found in his office under highly unusual circumstances.


    Northwest Florida is the epicenter of good ol' boy politics. Any investigation was likely squelched by Jeb Bush who was Governor of Florida at the time, as a favor to the Republican party and his older bro in the White House.

    Scarborough, who likely had lots of dirt including sleeping with the intern and probably some drug use (which likely played a role in the woman's death), probably agreed to quietly step down, in exchange for being helped by party big wigs to land on his feet. It wouldn't shock me at all if there were some indirect payments of some sort, as well.

    It’s pretty suspicious that he stepped down quickly after that, only 5 months into his term. When asked why, he said it was to “spend more time with his children.”

    There’s a joke about that. See quote below.

    A recurring joke in public relations is “I’ve decided to spend more time with my family,” a phrase used by people who are forced out of political or high corporate positions

    I wonder why Joe Scarborough (a popular, healthy, and telegenic Congressman) would be forced out of office only 5 months into his term. Somebody isn’t quite right about this situation.

    While I wouldn’t necessarily accuse him of killing his intern, I think there’s a lot more going on here than meets the eye. We’re not getting the full story.

  78. @Steve Sailer
    But I only have five fingers on each hand.

    The Simpsons only had 4 fingers.

    Watch this 7 second clip.

  79. @RadicalCenter
    I thought you were going to say “and then Biden dies before the election....” Don’t think that has happened in our history.

    Do the Dems elevate the Veep nominee to the presidential nominee slot? Or do they pick someone else, e.g. who actually ran in the Dem presidential primary and has a substantial following, such as Bernie Sanders.

    I think that’s the hope….to “Gerald Ford a veep in” since otherwise they have no electoral chance in hell of getting to the POTUS chair….

  80. @James Speaks
    The point of choosing Stacey Abrams, I think, is thagt she may be the only grope proof potential female VP candidate.

    The point of choosing Stacey Abrams, I think, is thagt she may be the only grope proof potential female VP candidate.

    I dunno, gotta think Klobuchar is pretty safe in that department.

  81. @Pericles
    2020 will be even better than 2016.

    2020 will be even better than 2016.

    2020 is going to suck.

    I suspect it’s going to be bad for Trump, and I fear that it’s going to be worse for the rest of the GOP than for Trump. Jan/Feb was the high point for Trump, basically for any time since Inauguration. Even then, there was no landslide on the cards but there were a couple of things in Trump’s favor. There was a strong conservative undercurrent in politics, conservative in the literal sense where the voters were not looking for any violent policy changes in a world where things seemed to be slowly and surely getting better.

    Now, with the Coronavirus, it may not be Trump’s fault directly, but the environment we all live in is much worse for us. The economist Noah Smith defined derp as the mindless repetitive reiteration of strongly held priors. The American people want clarity, insight, intelligent action in moment of crisis, and the GOP (Trump and the non-Trump GOPe both) is just a big pile of derp.

    • Replies: @Pericles
    Then again, imagine President Joe Biden and his new best friend Stacey at the helm of the country. LOL. And all the upper middle classes applauding it. LOL. And all the serious media think pieces to follow. LOL. It just goes on. Well, there may in the calendar also be some rooting out of the nasty whites while the NYT journalists howl and dance and worship their pig's skull. Still.

    Caligula at least kept his horse to the Senate. Let the fire rise.
  82. @Mousey
    Incalculable!?! The loss is as tragic as the grammar.

    Mousey, Incalculable? Where are all the black wmoen mathematicians from”Hidden Figures?”

  83. @International Jew
    Your flower background looks like Obama's.
    https://static01.nyt.com/images/2018/02/18/arts/18OBAMAPORTRAITS-01diptych/merlin_133724774_67bc7aaf-2c87-491c-a010-202d6524faf7-superJumbo.jpg

    Heb, you know Barack’s coloring is realistic, what is up with Michelle’s pewter?

    • Replies: @International Jew
    She's just lucky she didn't commission a certain other famous black artist:
    https://news.artnet.com/app/news-upload/2014/05/kara-walker-creative-time-homepage.jpg
  84. Biden is smarter than you think. If Joe Biden is going to beat Joe Biden, then Joe Biden can’t lose.

  85. @SunBakedSuburb
    "The major fault lines rest on an intractable labor vs liberal split."

    Bernie Sanders is ostensibly the voice for labor in the Democratic Party. He issues pieties to the working class when interviewed on CNN and MSNBC, but he has totally sold his soul to the identity mafia. So has his white, youngish base. Within the Democratic Party the split is between old-time liberals and the progressive-totalitarians.

    The working class thought they found a champion in President Blumpft! Whatever sincere action Blumpft! wanted to take in regard to them has been derailed by the conveniently-timed plague. Hey working class: you remain screwed.

    I don’t see it that way. Both Sanders and Trump are all too aware that middle class Baby Boomers (and those higher up) are far too addicted to Wall Street. The markets are corrupt, inflated, and detrimental to the US economy. Any policies designed to fix the real economy will lower the stock prices and subsequently Boomer retirement accounts.

    The “Boomerati” are still in control of government, media, and such but are rapidly losing political power since 2016. By 2030 nearly 50% of all Boomers should be gone. Trump and Sanders represent bridge-ways into a brighter and more stable future. Bernie “bent the knee” to avoid a Ralph Nader 2000 repeat and pointlessly burn the careers of his highly skilled campaign staff. That would only strengthen the Clinton wing’s argument for purging everything Bernie. Trump doesn’t want a Buchanan-like Fatwa on his organization either. Nader and Buchanan are brilliant and talented people but fell into the traps of their respective Neocon/Neoliberal Boomer rivals.

    The Neocons/Neoliberals have the fancy Rolex watches, but the movements behind Trump and Sanders have time as their ally. Like Moses, Trump and Sanders might no the fruit of the promised land itself, but will lead the US from the 1968 Boomer Yuppies and their high cost/inefficient economy.

    • Replies: @Boethiuss

    The Neocons/Neoliberals have the fancy Rolex watches, but the movements behind Trump and Sanders have time as their ally. Like Moses, Trump and Sanders might no the fruit of the promised land itself, but will lead the US from the 1968 Boomer Yuppies and their high cost/inefficient economy.
     
    I thought so for a while but not any more.

    The movement behind Trump would have a lot more juice if it weren't so closely associated with the person of Trump. And in fact we can see this most clearly in the coronavirus crisis. In a way Trump (and the United States under his leadership) ought to be well-positioned for a situation like this: Trump is suspicious of foreign trade, his intuitions of the Chinese and their intentions have been vindicated, his intuition of our vulnerable supply chains has also been vindicated. The various pieces of misinformation from Establishment authorities has been exposed.

    But so what? None of this is helping. Trump's leadership is not given by his worldview, but by his short-term political and financial interests.

    As it is, the movement behind Trump is likely to be much weaker post-Trump than it is now. People have to organize around something or somebody and the last thing they organized around was Trump. And if Trump and the GOP are humiliated this election, it's going to be hard for anybody to judge it a success.
  86. @JohnnyWalker123
    Trump posted some other stuff today.

    He retweeted someone who referred to Hillary Clinton as a "skank."

    https://twitter.com/JohnKStahlUSA/status/1264314248412360704

    He mocked Nancy Pelosi's face.

    https://twitter.com/JohnKStahlUSA/status/1263472100796510208

    He also implied Nancy Pelosi is drinking on the job.

    https://twitter.com/JohnKStahlUSA/status/1263832690924511232

    He made fun of Stacey Abrams for visiting too many buffets.

    https://twitter.com/JohnKStahlUSA/status/1263875777088458752

    Nancy’s glossy face is the result of a chemical face peel She needs another face lift.

    What’s with the way Stacey’s hands are folded over her stomach? It’s like she’s showing off a pregnancy Kamala Harris seems to be the only black woman politician who’s normal weight. Kudos to Harris

    Love Abram’s dress wonder who picked it out. Usually obese woman wear black because they think it makes them look thin. Hah or long baggy jackets like Hildabeast. See the V shaped top of the dress? It’s supposed to make her look thinnerHah

  87. @Kronos
    I don’t see it that way. Both Sanders and Trump are all too aware that middle class Baby Boomers (and those higher up) are far too addicted to Wall Street. The markets are corrupt, inflated, and detrimental to the US economy. Any policies designed to fix the real economy will lower the stock prices and subsequently Boomer retirement accounts.

    https://www.amazon.com/Killing-Host-Financial-Parasites-Bondage/dp/3981484282

    https://zh-prod-1cc738ca-7d3b-4a72-b792-20bd8d8fa069.storage.googleapis.com/s3fs-public/inline-images/everything%20wrong%20with%20america.jpg

    The “Boomerati” are still in control of government, media, and such but are rapidly losing political power since 2016. By 2030 nearly 50% of all Boomers should be gone. Trump and Sanders represent bridge-ways into a brighter and more stable future. Bernie “bent the knee” to avoid a Ralph Nader 2000 repeat and pointlessly burn the careers of his highly skilled campaign staff. That would only strengthen the Clinton wing’s argument for purging everything Bernie. Trump doesn’t want a Buchanan-like Fatwa on his organization either. Nader and Buchanan are brilliant and talented people but fell into the traps of their respective Neocon/Neoliberal Boomer rivals.

    The Neocons/Neoliberals have the fancy Rolex watches, but the movements behind Trump and Sanders have time as their ally. Like Moses, Trump and Sanders might no the fruit of the promised land itself, but will lead the US from the 1968 Boomer Yuppies and their high cost/inefficient economy.

    https://youtu.be/OqCTq3EeDcY

    https://i.ytimg.com/vi/A5lPpuvCEss/maxresdefault.jpg

    The Neocons/Neoliberals have the fancy Rolex watches, but the movements behind Trump and Sanders have time as their ally. Like Moses, Trump and Sanders might no the fruit of the promised land itself, but will lead the US from the 1968 Boomer Yuppies and their high cost/inefficient economy.

    I thought so for a while but not any more.

    The movement behind Trump would have a lot more juice if it weren’t so closely associated with the person of Trump. And in fact we can see this most clearly in the coronavirus crisis. In a way Trump (and the United States under his leadership) ought to be well-positioned for a situation like this: Trump is suspicious of foreign trade, his intuitions of the Chinese and their intentions have been vindicated, his intuition of our vulnerable supply chains has also been vindicated. The various pieces of misinformation from Establishment authorities has been exposed.

    But so what? None of this is helping. Trump’s leadership is not given by his worldview, but by his short-term political and financial interests.

    As it is, the movement behind Trump is likely to be much weaker post-Trump than it is now. People have to organize around something or somebody and the last thing they organized around was Trump. And if Trump and the GOP are humiliated this election, it’s going to be hard for anybody to judge it a success.

    • Replies: @Kronos

    But so what? None of this is helping. Trump’s leadership is not given by his worldview, but by his short-term political and financial interests.
     
    I disagree. Twenty years ago the “establishment” was much stronger (and relatively smarter) than now. They were very good at purging people who weren’t either Neocons or Neoliberals. Now those two groups are being battered and assaulted on all fronts. William Buckley Jr. isn’t there to purge the political right of groups/individuals he didn’t like. Bill Clinton was very good at punching to his left compared to his right. Gingrich republicans despised Clinton but many leftists were terrified of him (for good reason.) But they’re old and tired (or dead) and their replacements are a joke. (No self-respecting Millennial is going to vote for Chelsie.)

    This video posted down below can effectively describe either “National Review“ or “The New Republic.” I don’t know which one will go bankrupt first.

    https://youtu.be/BYz1ADttI1g


    https://www.amazon.com/Great-Purge-Deformation-Conservative-Movement/dp/1593680430/ref=sr_1_4?crid=2TJSJF7BROWQP&dchild=1&keywords=richard+spencer&qid=1590382065&sprefix=Richard+spe%2Caps%2C222&sr=8-4


    Remember by 2016 Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton were seen as the natural default candidates for President. (You know what actually happened.) Things really are changing. We just need to be ready for it.
  88. International Jew [AKA "Hebrew National"] says:
    @Buffalo Joe
    Heb, you know Barack's coloring is realistic, what is up with Michelle's pewter?

    She’s just lucky she didn’t commission a certain other famous black artist:

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    Heb, Yikes! And that was nade by a black artist? The Aunt Jemina kerchief alone would get any other race artist banned for life.
  89. @Trinity
    For those of you in the "diversity is our greatest strength" crowd but who never actually had the pleasure of going to a public school that was enriched with tons of black folk, I can remember back in those days when the black youngsters would always want to touch my hair. No disrespect, but I was always turned off by my African American schoolmates naturals so I wasn't about to return the favor and run my fingers through their hair. This was back in the 1970s and the Afro was still in style. I could have made up for White Privilege and dated several of my Brown Suga sisters back in the day, for some reason they wanted a piece of the BWC, but I was chasing white tail and being rejected. haha. Didn't swirl back then or now. teehee. Can remember while leaning back with my eyes closed in an Industrial Arts class back in the day and some sista walks right up and kisses the kid dead in the mouth. Took me the rest of my school years to live that one down. Now if I can just get my hair back.

    Where did blacks get crazy idea that white people want to touch their hair? I’ve never seen it happen once in real life.

    • Replies: @Boethiuss

    Where did blacks get crazy idea that white people want to touch their hair? I’ve never seen it happen once in real life.
     
    Yeah, that is kind of a weird one actually.
    , @Buffalo Joe
    Duke, when I watch a football game and I see those long greasy dreads on a sweaty head I think how do they wash their hair?
  90. @James Speaks
    The point of choosing Stacey Abrams, I think, is thagt she may be the only grope proof potential female VP candidate.

    Not really, there’s more of her to grope, more cushion for the pushin’. Abrams and Biden will look like those nursery rhyme characters, Scrawny Jack Sprat and his enormous wife.

    How tall are they? Lots of obese black women are just 5’9 monsters.

  91. @Duke84
    Where did blacks get crazy idea that white people want to touch their hair? I've never seen it happen once in real life.

    Where did blacks get crazy idea that white people want to touch their hair? I’ve never seen it happen once in real life.

    Yeah, that is kind of a weird one actually.

  92. @Boethiuss

    The Neocons/Neoliberals have the fancy Rolex watches, but the movements behind Trump and Sanders have time as their ally. Like Moses, Trump and Sanders might no the fruit of the promised land itself, but will lead the US from the 1968 Boomer Yuppies and their high cost/inefficient economy.
     
    I thought so for a while but not any more.

    The movement behind Trump would have a lot more juice if it weren't so closely associated with the person of Trump. And in fact we can see this most clearly in the coronavirus crisis. In a way Trump (and the United States under his leadership) ought to be well-positioned for a situation like this: Trump is suspicious of foreign trade, his intuitions of the Chinese and their intentions have been vindicated, his intuition of our vulnerable supply chains has also been vindicated. The various pieces of misinformation from Establishment authorities has been exposed.

    But so what? None of this is helping. Trump's leadership is not given by his worldview, but by his short-term political and financial interests.

    As it is, the movement behind Trump is likely to be much weaker post-Trump than it is now. People have to organize around something or somebody and the last thing they organized around was Trump. And if Trump and the GOP are humiliated this election, it's going to be hard for anybody to judge it a success.

    But so what? None of this is helping. Trump’s leadership is not given by his worldview, but by his short-term political and financial interests.

    I disagree. Twenty years ago the “establishment” was much stronger (and relatively smarter) than now. They were very good at purging people who weren’t either Neocons or Neoliberals. Now those two groups are being battered and assaulted on all fronts. William Buckley Jr. isn’t there to purge the political right of groups/individuals he didn’t like. Bill Clinton was very good at punching to his left compared to his right. Gingrich republicans despised Clinton but many leftists were terrified of him (for good reason.) But they’re old and tired (or dead) and their replacements are a joke. (No self-respecting Millennial is going to vote for Chelsie.)

    This video posted down below can effectively describe either “National Review“ or “The New Republic.” I don’t know which one will go bankrupt first.

    Remember by 2016 Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton were seen as the natural default candidates for President. (You know what actually happened.) Things really are changing. We just need to be ready for it.

    • Replies: @Boethiuss

    I disagree. Twenty years ago the “establishment” was much stronger (and relatively smarter) than now. They were very good at purging people who weren’t either Neocons or Neoliberals. Now those two groups are being battered and assaulted on all fronts. William Buckley Jr. isn’t there to purge the political right of groups/individuals he didn’t like. Bill Clinton was very good at punching to his left compared to his right. Gingrich republicans despised Clinton but many leftists were terrified of him (for good reason.) But they’re old and tired (or dead) and their replacements are a joke. (No self-respecting Millennial is going to vote for Chelsie.)
     
    Not really. This isn't about purges, or even the Establishment really. It's about a pretty fundamental misunderstanding of racial politics in America.

    For most of us here, we've been so accustomed to the Tiny Ducks of the world calling us racist, that we can't really be in too bad of shape with white people, and when we get organized properly we'll be able to rely on the Sailer Strategy to protect ourselves, at least as long as white people are a majority in America.

    Whatever can be said for that as a theoretical proposition, under the Trump Administration, the populist movement losing bucketloads of white people, and it's happening that way because that movement is led by Donald Trump, and what ought to be a tactical weakness has turned into a strategic weakness.
  93. Joe Biden is going to beat the “other Joe Biden” that he referred to back in March when he was running for “United States Senate” in the lead up to “Super Thursday”

  94. @Kronos

    But so what? None of this is helping. Trump’s leadership is not given by his worldview, but by his short-term political and financial interests.
     
    I disagree. Twenty years ago the “establishment” was much stronger (and relatively smarter) than now. They were very good at purging people who weren’t either Neocons or Neoliberals. Now those two groups are being battered and assaulted on all fronts. William Buckley Jr. isn’t there to purge the political right of groups/individuals he didn’t like. Bill Clinton was very good at punching to his left compared to his right. Gingrich republicans despised Clinton but many leftists were terrified of him (for good reason.) But they’re old and tired (or dead) and their replacements are a joke. (No self-respecting Millennial is going to vote for Chelsie.)

    This video posted down below can effectively describe either “National Review“ or “The New Republic.” I don’t know which one will go bankrupt first.

    https://youtu.be/BYz1ADttI1g


    https://www.amazon.com/Great-Purge-Deformation-Conservative-Movement/dp/1593680430/ref=sr_1_4?crid=2TJSJF7BROWQP&dchild=1&keywords=richard+spencer&qid=1590382065&sprefix=Richard+spe%2Caps%2C222&sr=8-4


    Remember by 2016 Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton were seen as the natural default candidates for President. (You know what actually happened.) Things really are changing. We just need to be ready for it.

    I disagree. Twenty years ago the “establishment” was much stronger (and relatively smarter) than now. They were very good at purging people who weren’t either Neocons or Neoliberals. Now those two groups are being battered and assaulted on all fronts. William Buckley Jr. isn’t there to purge the political right of groups/individuals he didn’t like. Bill Clinton was very good at punching to his left compared to his right. Gingrich republicans despised Clinton but many leftists were terrified of him (for good reason.) But they’re old and tired (or dead) and their replacements are a joke. (No self-respecting Millennial is going to vote for Chelsie.)

    Not really. This isn’t about purges, or even the Establishment really. It’s about a pretty fundamental misunderstanding of racial politics in America.

    For most of us here, we’ve been so accustomed to the Tiny Ducks of the world calling us racist, that we can’t really be in too bad of shape with white people, and when we get organized properly we’ll be able to rely on the Sailer Strategy to protect ourselves, at least as long as white people are a majority in America.

    Whatever can be said for that as a theoretical proposition, under the Trump Administration, the populist movement losing bucketloads of white people, and it’s happening that way because that movement is led by Donald Trump, and what ought to be a tactical weakness has turned into a strategic weakness.

    • Replies: @Anonymous

    that we can’t really be in too bad of shape with white people
     
    What does this mean?
  95. @Boethiuss

    2020 will be even better than 2016.
     
    2020 is going to suck.

    I suspect it's going to be bad for Trump, and I fear that it's going to be worse for the rest of the GOP than for Trump. Jan/Feb was the high point for Trump, basically for any time since Inauguration. Even then, there was no landslide on the cards but there were a couple of things in Trump's favor. There was a strong conservative undercurrent in politics, conservative in the literal sense where the voters were not looking for any violent policy changes in a world where things seemed to be slowly and surely getting better.

    Now, with the Coronavirus, it may not be Trump's fault directly, but the environment we all live in is much worse for us. The economist Noah Smith defined derp as the mindless repetitive reiteration of strongly held priors. The American people want clarity, insight, intelligent action in moment of crisis, and the GOP (Trump and the non-Trump GOPe both) is just a big pile of derp.

    Then again, imagine President Joe Biden and his new best friend Stacey at the helm of the country. LOL. And all the upper middle classes applauding it. LOL. And all the serious media think pieces to follow. LOL. It just goes on. Well, there may in the calendar also be some rooting out of the nasty whites while the NYT journalists howl and dance and worship their pig’s skull. Still.

    Caligula at least kept his horse to the Senate. Let the fire rise.

    • Replies: @Boethiuss

    Then again, imagine President Joe Biden and his new best friend Stacey at the helm of the country. LOL. And all the upper middle classes applauding it. LOL. And all the serious media think pieces to follow. LOL. It just goes on. Well, there may in the calendar also be some rooting out of the nasty whites while the NYT journalists howl and dance and worship their pig’s skull. Still.
     
    Ok, imagine that. What's that supposed to change, or be relevant to?
  96. Anonymous[188] • Disclaimer says:
    @Boethiuss

    I disagree. Twenty years ago the “establishment” was much stronger (and relatively smarter) than now. They were very good at purging people who weren’t either Neocons or Neoliberals. Now those two groups are being battered and assaulted on all fronts. William Buckley Jr. isn’t there to purge the political right of groups/individuals he didn’t like. Bill Clinton was very good at punching to his left compared to his right. Gingrich republicans despised Clinton but many leftists were terrified of him (for good reason.) But they’re old and tired (or dead) and their replacements are a joke. (No self-respecting Millennial is going to vote for Chelsie.)
     
    Not really. This isn't about purges, or even the Establishment really. It's about a pretty fundamental misunderstanding of racial politics in America.

    For most of us here, we've been so accustomed to the Tiny Ducks of the world calling us racist, that we can't really be in too bad of shape with white people, and when we get organized properly we'll be able to rely on the Sailer Strategy to protect ourselves, at least as long as white people are a majority in America.

    Whatever can be said for that as a theoretical proposition, under the Trump Administration, the populist movement losing bucketloads of white people, and it's happening that way because that movement is led by Donald Trump, and what ought to be a tactical weakness has turned into a strategic weakness.

    that we can’t really be in too bad of shape with white people

    What does this mean?

    • Replies: @Boethiuss

    What does this mean?
     
    That comment was really sloppy on my part.

    What I meant was that, because Right-populist/alt-Right/iSteve commenters tend to think of themselves as supporters of white Americans and get accused of racism by Tiny Duck and the like, they (we) tend to assume that when push comes to shove we'll have most of white America behind us.

    This is the underlying motivation for ideas like, "Well, if Trump and Kanye can pick up 20% of the black vote, the election will be a shoo-in," or the idea upthread that if the Establishment isn't purging socially disfavored people, that white people would all be nationalists or Trumpists. These things just aren't true.

    White people are not on board with this, because Trump. You can look at polls, election returns, Twitter, the newspaper, whatever and see this.

    At this point, the iSteve-r usually tries some kind of deflection: "Well yeah, Gender Studies majors from Oberlin College are still going to march for the #Resistance, but most people are going to stay with the President."

    But the deflection is still bullshit. Normie white people are not on board with us.

    Especially for white nationalists or people who identify with white America, maybe we should be doing a better job at paying attention to what normie white people want and what they expect of us.
  97. @International Jew
    She's just lucky she didn't commission a certain other famous black artist:
    https://news.artnet.com/app/news-upload/2014/05/kara-walker-creative-time-homepage.jpg

    Heb, Yikes! And that was nade by a black artist? The Aunt Jemina kerchief alone would get any other race artist banned for life.

    • Replies: @International Jew
    Yep. We discussed that artist here a few months back:

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/more-late-breaking-emmett-till-news-from-the-nyt/
  98. @Duke84
    Where did blacks get crazy idea that white people want to touch their hair? I've never seen it happen once in real life.

    Duke, when I watch a football game and I see those long greasy dreads on a sweaty head I think how do they wash their hair?

  99. @Anonymous

    that we can’t really be in too bad of shape with white people
     
    What does this mean?

    What does this mean?

    That comment was really sloppy on my part.

    What I meant was that, because Right-populist/alt-Right/iSteve commenters tend to think of themselves as supporters of white Americans and get accused of racism by Tiny Duck and the like, they (we) tend to assume that when push comes to shove we’ll have most of white America behind us.

    This is the underlying motivation for ideas like, “Well, if Trump and Kanye can pick up 20% of the black vote, the election will be a shoo-in,” or the idea upthread that if the Establishment isn’t purging socially disfavored people, that white people would all be nationalists or Trumpists. These things just aren’t true.

    White people are not on board with this, because Trump. You can look at polls, election returns, Twitter, the newspaper, whatever and see this.

    At this point, the iSteve-r usually tries some kind of deflection: “Well yeah, Gender Studies majors from Oberlin College are still going to march for the #Resistance, but most people are going to stay with the President.”

    But the deflection is still bullshit. Normie white people are not on board with us.

    Especially for white nationalists or people who identify with white America, maybe we should be doing a better job at paying attention to what normie white people want and what they expect of us.

    • Replies: @Alden
    Normie White people want White Nationalists dead.
  100. @Pericles
    Then again, imagine President Joe Biden and his new best friend Stacey at the helm of the country. LOL. And all the upper middle classes applauding it. LOL. And all the serious media think pieces to follow. LOL. It just goes on. Well, there may in the calendar also be some rooting out of the nasty whites while the NYT journalists howl and dance and worship their pig's skull. Still.

    Caligula at least kept his horse to the Senate. Let the fire rise.

    Then again, imagine President Joe Biden and his new best friend Stacey at the helm of the country. LOL. And all the upper middle classes applauding it. LOL. And all the serious media think pieces to follow. LOL. It just goes on. Well, there may in the calendar also be some rooting out of the nasty whites while the NYT journalists howl and dance and worship their pig’s skull. Still.

    Ok, imagine that. What’s that supposed to change, or be relevant to?

    • Replies: @Pericles
    You remain one of the most boring trolls here.

    Readers, learn to identify the 'time waster' troll. Signature move: It's about as fulfilling as talking to Eliza.
  101. @Boethiuss

    Then again, imagine President Joe Biden and his new best friend Stacey at the helm of the country. LOL. And all the upper middle classes applauding it. LOL. And all the serious media think pieces to follow. LOL. It just goes on. Well, there may in the calendar also be some rooting out of the nasty whites while the NYT journalists howl and dance and worship their pig’s skull. Still.
     
    Ok, imagine that. What's that supposed to change, or be relevant to?

    You remain one of the most boring trolls here.

    Readers, learn to identify the ‘time waster’ troll. Signature move: It’s about as fulfilling as talking to Eliza.

  102. International Jew [AKA "Hebrew National"] says:
    @Buffalo Joe
    Heb, Yikes! And that was nade by a black artist? The Aunt Jemina kerchief alone would get any other race artist banned for life.

    Yep. We discussed that artist here a few months back:

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/more-late-breaking-emmett-till-news-from-the-nyt/

  103. @Reg Cæsar

    … he touches her hair?
     
    That may depend on which hair he touches.

    Naughty, naughty!

  104. @Boethiuss

    What does this mean?
     
    That comment was really sloppy on my part.

    What I meant was that, because Right-populist/alt-Right/iSteve commenters tend to think of themselves as supporters of white Americans and get accused of racism by Tiny Duck and the like, they (we) tend to assume that when push comes to shove we'll have most of white America behind us.

    This is the underlying motivation for ideas like, "Well, if Trump and Kanye can pick up 20% of the black vote, the election will be a shoo-in," or the idea upthread that if the Establishment isn't purging socially disfavored people, that white people would all be nationalists or Trumpists. These things just aren't true.

    White people are not on board with this, because Trump. You can look at polls, election returns, Twitter, the newspaper, whatever and see this.

    At this point, the iSteve-r usually tries some kind of deflection: "Well yeah, Gender Studies majors from Oberlin College are still going to march for the #Resistance, but most people are going to stay with the President."

    But the deflection is still bullshit. Normie white people are not on board with us.

    Especially for white nationalists or people who identify with white America, maybe we should be doing a better job at paying attention to what normie white people want and what they expect of us.

    Normie White people want White Nationalists dead.

  105. Not to say they are close to equivalent in accomplishments, but watching Biden these days should remind everyone of an old Willie Mays falling down in the outfield. Just kind of sad and a reminder of our own mortality.

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