What Fresh Hell is This? Monday’s Open Thread

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It’s Monday.

There are only *4 days left of the year 2020.
*there are only 3 if you don’t count today*.

There are only *10 days left until the GOP in the House and the Senate most likely attempt to show their asses, protesting the formality of certifying President-Elect Joe Biden as the next President of the United States of America.
*It’s 9 if you don’t count today*.

We’ve arrived at What Fresh Hell is This?, Day 54.

For What Fresh Hell is This?, Day 54, the Outgoing-Impeached-One-Term Incompetent Ass has not tweeted or retweeted so far.

Instead of breaking down each of the 29 tweets including two he deleted I’m just going to post some highlights.

At 6:21 p.m. D.C., time, he announced via Twitter that there was some “good news” regarding the “Covid Relief Bill.”

Let’s review how it started before we get into how it went.

On Tuesday, December 22nd, 2020 as CBS News reported both the House and the Senate passed, “$900 billion relief measure designed to provide long-awaited assistance to Americans, small businesses and industries ailing from the coronavirus pandemic.” The bill was part of the $1.4 trillion omnibus bill that funds the government until September 2021.

On December 22nd, 2020, Dumbass posted a video blasting the Covid-19 relief package.

In the 4 minute plus video he said he was rejecting the cash payment of $600 to Americans and demanding Congress up the cash payment to $2,000.

The next time he tweets regarding the cash payment was Friday, Christmas Day.

On Saturday December 26th, 2020, he made his first attempt at saying “I simply wan,” our “great people,” to get $2,000 versus the $600 that was agreed upon in the spending bill.

He makes the second attempt shortly after the first one, saying he simply want to get “out great people $2,000”.

Both Trump Twitter Archive and Factba.se say the tweets were sent on the Morning of December 26th, with the first posting at 7:58 a.m. D.C., time, and 8:25 a.m. D.C., time. I assume the “Twitter time stamp”, goes glitching when importing the deleted tweets to the Archive and Factba.se.

At 9:10 a.m. D.C., time, he is successful in explaining that he wants the American people to simply have $2,000 versus the $600.

At 9:56 p.m. D.C., time he posts some random Twitter thoughts regarding the cash payout.

Nobody is sure what the hell he meant, probably and most likely not even himself.

On Sunday morning hours before he announced good news regarding the “Covid Relief Bill” , he re-posted his video from December 22nd, 2020, saying to increase the payments and “get rid of the “pork””.

At 8:02 p.m. D.C., time, Chaos in Chief signed the relief bill after a week delay, adverting the government shutdown.

In a statement he made it all about him, shocking no one.

I want to share my reasoning for highlighting first these above tweets, taking them out of their order.

Last night, three Republicans who have leadership roles praised the Orange Cult leader, via Twitter.

Senate Majority Leader from Kentucky.

House Minority Leader from California, specifically my Kern County Rep..

Followed by head of the Senate Judiciary Committee.

And while their devotion to all things Trump is not surprising, it still manages to piss me off. They are grown-ass men, thanking a clown, that threw them all under the bus, for a week prior to his sucking it up and just signing the damn bill. It is for me, frankly sickening. I didn’t like it when Obama was blown on TV or social media, I do not like it now. They are elected leaders they are not suppose to bow to a President. They just aren’t.

Some other noteworthy weekend tweets.

After vetoing the NDAA, he announced on Christmas Day that he’d be making a short speech to service members. With his tongue sticking out he wrote “Fake News not invited!”.

On December 26th, 2020, he blasts Republicans for not sticking up for him…

14 minutes later he blasts the “Justice” department and the FBI…signing off the tweet by saying “See everyone in D.C. on January 6th.”…

Not done blasting people on Saturday he says that the Supreme Court has been “incompetent”, and “weak.”

For our last Saturday highlight he tweets out one of his infamous “sir stories”. Generally speaking those stories are lies, fiction, just made-up.

On Sunday he announced he was intending to hold a rally for the Senate run-off Republican candidates on Monday January 4th, 2021.

He followed that up with “See you” in D.C., on January 6th, 2021, ending his tweet with “information to follow!.”

It’s no clear if he means he’ll be present for the formal electoral certification process, if he’s inviting his supporters to D.C., to cause unrest, or if it’s a combo of the two. Or if perhaps he’s just simply attempting to get more cash off his rubes.

That concludes the highlight reel of the weekend with What Fresh Hell is This?


As of 4:00 p.m. D.C., time, President of the Liars Club, has tweeted 1 time and retweeted 4 times.

1. Shares “Breaking News” that was partially debunked on November 4th.

On Wednesday, November 4th, an image was being shared on social media, that reached the conclusion based on; The first — 108,539 — is described as “mail in ballot requests.” The second — 89,681 — is described as “mail in ballots returned” and the third — 142,584 — is described as “mail in ballots counted.”

The claim is based on a graphic that was shared on a CBS affiliate in Harrisburg, Pa., showing the number of mail-in-ballots counted was more than voters. According to Politifact the CBS affiliate told them, that graph was incorrect.

A producer for the station told fact-checker Lead Stories that the graphic “pulled together both mail-in and in-person ballot numbers and for a while that screen showed the wrong number.”
This post was flagged as part of Facebook’s efforts to combat false news and misinformation on its News Feed. (Read more about our partnership with Facebook.) 
When we checked the Pennsylvania Department of State’s election website on Nov. 5, Lancaster County had reported that 107,949 absentee and mail-in ballots had been issued to voters, 91,188 had been cast, and 90,198 had been counted.

Politifact. 11/04/2020.

According to The Hill’s court reporter John Kruzel the claim is false.

The press release shared by Kruzel was posted on November 17th, 2020.

Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar reported today that turnout in the Nov. 3 election set an apparent record, exceeding turnout in every presidential election since at least 1960, with more than 6.9 million

Pennsylvanians voting by mail ballot or in person at the polls.
The election also apparently broke a record for highest percentage of participation by Pennsylvania’s voting-age population – 70.93 percent. This exceeded the previous record of 70.3 percent in 1960. By comparison, 6.115 million Pennsylvanians voted in the 2016 presidential election, the next highest turnout figure, when 61 percent of the voting age population voted. 

Media.Pa.Gov. 11/17/2020.

AP News reported in October that; The total number of state voters has passed 9 million, state elections official said Monday. That includes more than 4.2 million Democrats, more than 3.5 million Republicans, just over 895,000 independents and about 407,000 voters registered with another party.

According to the count totals post by state at the New York Times election map, President-Elect Biden received 3,459,923 while President Sharer of Lies received 3,378,263. That is a combined total of 6,838,186 votes cast in PA. That’s roughly 2 million short of the total record registered voters the AP News reported in October.

Daniel Dale does not have a Monday schedule posted for the Almost removed One-Termer. As of 11:58 a.m. D.C., time, that One-Termer hasn’t tweeted.

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