Trump Tweets It’s Wednesday’s Open Thread

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It’s Wednesday.

For Wednesday President Fox & Friends has tweeted 9 times and retweeted 4 times so far.

President of only Red States bashes liberal cities in his first Wednesday tweet.

According to the FBI preliminary data for the first six months of 2020 is scheduled to be released in September 2020.

For What it’s Worth; Preliminary figures indicate that law enforcement agencies throughout the nation showed an overall decrease of 3.1 percent in the number of violent crimes brought to their attention for the first 6 months of 2019 when compared with figures reported for the same time in 2018.

He moves on to campaign.

CNN reports that Rep. Roger Marshall defeated former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach in Tuesday’s primary. Marshall will face Democratic state Senator Barbara Bollier in November 2020.

Last week, President Hypocrite declined to endorse either Marshall or Kobach telling reporters on Air Force he didn’t want to interfere in the race.

President Brags too Much bragged that on Tuesday he signed the biggest bill ever passed regarding the environment.

According to the New York Times, the Great American Outdoors Act allocates $900 million year to “the Land and Water Conservation Fund and provides up to $9.5 billion over five years to begin clearing up a maintenance backlog at national parks.”

It was approved in the House with a 310-107 vote passage. The bill was introduced last year by Rep. John Lewis (D-GA), who recently passed away following a battle with cancer.

No Democrats were present for the signing of the bill.

Asked why no Democrats had been invited our Lying Liar that Lies explained that:

The President is very proud of what happened today: the single largest investment in America’s national parks and public lands in history. The most significant conservation achievement since Teddy Roosevelt. It won the support of more than 850 conservation groups. And it provides $900 million a year in permanent funding to the Land and Water Conservation Fund.

And you’re asking about recognition of congressional Democrats right now, and the only thing that we’re recognizing about congressional Democrats right now is how appalling it is that there are Americans who are going without paychecks, because they refuse to partner with Martha McSally, Republicans, and the President in ensuring that those payments go out.

The White 08/04/2020.

Still campaigning.

According to, SpaceX has been partnered with NASA since 2006.

May 30th, 2020, SpaceX and NASA successfully launched two men into space.

Highlights of the launch.

On August 2nd, 2020 the crew of the Dragon returned to earth.

In his next tweet he tells us he’s going to be interviewed by his super-super fans, Fox & Friends.

He followed self-promoting by using his 2016 campaign slogan without irony.

I’m not posting all the highlights, but here are a few.

Asked what he can do to heal the racial strife griping the country…

He says he can heal the nation through “one word success.”
He rambles talking about how the nation was almost healed before the “China virus,” hit us.

In this next clip he announces that he will probably accept the Republican nomination for President from the White House.

Since the Hatch Act does not apply to President’s or Vice President’s I’m not sure the legal aspects of his accepting the nomination from our White House lawn. At best this is an ethical violation though of course, he gives no shits about ethics, but at worst, this may be one more grey area criminal act, who knows?

Good times!

In the next clip he says schools should be opened because “this thing is going away. It will go away like things go away.”
Note that he says the words “it will go away like things go away,” in a sing-song voice.
He adds that kids are “almost immune” to the deadly virus.

According to data from the CDC deaths among children between February 2020 through July 25th, 2020:

Under 1: 14 deaths have occurred in infants.
1-4 years old: 9 deaths have been recorded among toddlers.
5-14 years old: 19 deaths have occurred.
15-24 years old: 202 death have occurred.

While data does suggest death in children is rare, they are not immune from this virus.

As the News Blender reported in Trump Tweets Open Thread for Monday; On August 1st, 2020 the New York Times reported that just hours into the first day of school at Greenfield Central Junior High School located in Indiana, the school was notified by the county health that a student attending the school had tested positive for the coronavirus.

The school followed emergency protocol’s “isolating the student and ordering everyone who had come into close contact with the person, including other students, to quarantine for 14 days.”

A school in Mississippi via Instagram also reported a positive case among it’s students asking all that came into contact with the student to quarantine for 14 days.

The first post was posted on July 31st.

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COVID-19 Announcement 7-31-20

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The second posted on August 3rd.

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COVID-19 Update Monday, August 3, 2020

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This was posted on August 4th.

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COVID-19 Update August 4, 2020

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That’s five positive cases since the school reopened.

CNN reported that a Georgia second grader tested positive for the virus after they attended the first day of school which was Monday of this week.

Sixes Elementary in the Cherokee County School district began in-person classes on Monday. But by Tuesday, a classroom was temporarily closed for deep cleaning and the teacher and 20 other students had been asked to quarantine for two weeks after the second grader tested positive.

CNN. 08/04/2020. Updated on 08/05/2020.

But they are almost immune…

Arron Rupar has more clips and as always when he isn’t on vacation, CNN Trump Fact-Checker Daniel Dale, fact checked the interview live.

President Giant Moron bashes Nevada while begging Florida to do that thing he bashed Nevada for.

On Tuesday President Attention Whore sought attention in the form of a press event held from the White House. Asked about a early Tuesday tweet in which he encouraged Florida’s residents to request their mail-in ballots today!, the Idiot Wonder said the quiet part out loud, explaining the difference is Florida has a Republican governor.

The White House Transcript:

Q: Why does that apply to Florida and it doesn’t apply to mail-in balloting across the country?

President to Republicans Only: So Florida has got a great Republican governor, and it had a great Republican governor. It’s got Ron DeSantis, Rick Scott — two great governors. And over a long period of time, they’ve been able to get the absentee ballots done extremely professionally. Florida is different from other states.

I mean, in Nevada, where you have a governor — he said, “Let’s just send out millions of ballots,” and the Post Office cannot be prepared; I haven’t spoken to the Post Office about it, but I don’t know how they could possibly be prepared.

Florida has been working on this for years. And they have a very good system of mail-in — and that would be absentee or even beyond absentee. So, in the case of Florida, there aren’t too many people that would qualify.

They’re so well-run. Florida is a very well-run state: low taxes, low everything. They’ve done a great job, really a great job. And the two governors, between the both of them, they’ve really got a great system of absentee ballots and even the — even in the case of mail-in ballots, the postal services have built up their — you know, it takes a long time.

When you look at the Carolyn Maloney election, I think they — and I’ll give you the story: I think you have to do that election over. That election is no good. You have to take a look.

In New York, they have thousands of ballots. They don’t know what happened to them. Is there fraud? Is there — it’s a disaster. And that’s only for a relatively small number of ballots. But I think they have to do the election in New York over.

The Times wrote a big story about it yesterday. Front page story. It’s a disaster. It’s a mess. And they have to do that — I think they have to do that election over. Nobody can know what the election result is.

So, in the case of Florida, they’ve done a great job and they’ve had tremendous success with it. But they’ve been doing this over many years, and they’ve made it really terrific.

So, for Florida, you can mail in your ballots. You don’t have to go. In maybe a couple of other states, they’ve worked out a system, but this took years to do. This doesn’t take weeks or months.

In the case of Nevada, they’re going to be voting in a matter of weeks. And you can’t do that. I can’t imagine the Post Office could do it. All of sudden, they’re supposed to be dealing in millions of ballots?

But Florida has done a great job, and we have total confidence that if you mail in your ballot in Florida, it’s going to matter.

USA TODAY reported on Wednesday that the Trump Campaign has sued Nevada in an attempt to stop the recently passed state bill, that would allow all registered voters to receive a ballot in the mail. The Democratic Governor Steve Sisolak signed the bill into law on Monday.

On Friday the Republican Secretary of State of Nevada, Barbara Cegavske told Nevada lawmakers that she was unaware of any fraud charges following the June primary in which Nevada mailed all active voters absentee ballots.

After his Fox & Friends circle-jerk President who has a hate-hate relationship with the media bashed CNN’s Jim Acosta.

I don’t know about you, but I didn’t need a source to explain to me that President Clueless, has no clue about how to handle the deadly pandemic. But hey, maybe, that’s just me.

On Tuesday CNN reported that President Know’s Everything But Nothing at All, attended his first coronavirus task force since April.

And for his finally tweet so far on Wednesday.

In a bid to get the President’s Love, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham is holding hearings regarding Spygate.

Testifying today before the Committee is former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates.

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