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>YESTERDAY, the FBI made a big show of arresting multiple alleged members of a “white supremacist” group they have designated as a national security threat equivalent to ISIS.
Federal prosecutors have charged black metal fan Cameron Denton, the “Nazi” Al-Baghdadi, with telling the police to send SWAT teams after a journalist and a politician as a childish prank.

>Four other cohorts in “AtomWaffen,” mostly young Chan trolls, were also taken into custody in the multi-state terror raid over mailing the Israeli lobbyists at the Anti-Defamation League edgy fliers that say “Our Patience Has Its Limits.”

>House Representative Karen Bass has complained loudly about the FBI’s lack of transparency regarding arrest statistics related to “white supremacist terrorism.” Her implication is that the career girls, left-wing crusaders and Zionist lickspittles in federaI law enforcement — some who have proudly accepted awards from the Anti-Defamation League for railroading James Fields — are “protecting” these supposed dangerous White supremacists.

>The truth is, as Tucker Carlson has remarked, that “white terrorism” alarmism is nothing more than a politically motivated hoax comparable to the “8 intelligence agencies” claiming Russia stole the 2016 election for Donald Trump.

>Warren Buffett once famously said “if a cop follows you for 500 miles, you’re getting a ticket,” and the string of marijuana arrests, coercing teenagers and the mentally ill into bogus pleas, prosecuting people for their answers to confusing questions on federal forms, and various other pedestrian crimes don’t begin to justify the amount of federal resources being flushed down the toilet in surveilling and intimidating those the SPLC and ADL classify as “white nationalists.” The FBI is hiding its statistics because they know what they’re doing is wrong.

Since 2016, no member of a (White) nationalist organization has been convicted of supposed “terrorism” with the possible exception of James Fields, who was loosely affiliated with Vanguard America and who would’ve beaten his trumped up political charges in any other time period.



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i freakin' hate society so much man



Good lord, my dick.



This guy gets it


President Trump and Coronavirus Task Force Brief Reporters

President Trump, joined by a notably smaller group of members of the White House Coronavirus Task Force than previous briefings, held a news conference on the response to the pandemic. The president said that hydroxychloroquine, a common drug used to treat malaria, could be used as a possible treatment for patients infected with coronavirus. While its efficacy in treating the illness is not fully known, the president said that at least they know the drug is safe to use. “It’s shown very, very encouraging early results, and we’re going to be able to make that drug available almost immediately,” he said. Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams called on millennials and members of Generation Z to donate blood. “You’ll feel good about it and you’ll be helping your country and your community during this crisis, and you might even save a life,” said Dr. Adams.

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Before Trump’s inauguration, a warning: ‘The worst influenza pandemic since 1918’

Seven days before Donald Trump took office, his aides faced a major test: the rapid, global spread of a dangerous virus in cities like London and Seoul, one serious enough that some countries were imposing travel bans.

In a sober briefing, Trump’s incoming team learned that the disease was an emerging pandemic — a strain of novel influenza known as H9N2 — and that health systems were crashing in Asia, overwhelmed by the demand.

“Health officials warn that this could become the worst influenza pandemic since 1918,” Trump’s aides were told. Soon, they heard cases were popping up in California and Texas.

The briefing was intended to hammer home a new, terrifying reality facing the Trump administration, and the incoming president’s responsibility to protect Americans amid a crisis. But unlike the coronavirus pandemic currently ravaging the globe, this 2017 crisis didn’t really happen — it was among a handful of scenarios presented to Trump’s top aides as part of a legally required transition exercise with members of the outgoing administration of Barack Obama.

And in the words of several attendees, the atmosphere was “weird” at best, chilly at worst.

POLITICO obtained documents from the meeting and spoke with more than a dozen attendees to help provide the most detailed reconstruction of the closed-door session yet. It was perhaps the most concrete and visible transition exercise that dealt with the possibility of pandemics, and top officials from both sides — whether they wanted to be there or not — were forced to confront a whole-of-government response to a crisis. The Trump team was told it could face specific challenges, such as shortages of ventilators, anti-viral drugs and other medical essentials, and that having a coordinated, unified national response was “paramount” — warnings that seem eerily prescient given the ongoing coronavirus crisis.

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I hope they all die of corona.



It's so insane how they keep hyping this up. IT IS NOTHING. NOTHING IS HAPPENING.



I hope there are riots and the national and the national guard wipes them out heh. Too good to ever happen though.



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its like every few months the healthcare kikes come up with some new scare to justify increasing insurance costs 15% annually again for the 30th year in a row. regardless all the extra money spent on healthcare, life expectancies are declining.

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Last week, Rush Limbaugh opined on the swine flu, which hit our nation from 2009 into 2010.

“Folks,” he said, “I’m not panicked. I am ticked off like you cannot believe … because I’m mad about the politics of this. … I went back and looked at the stats and I was stunned. … 60 million Americans were infected … 300,000 were hospitalized. … Nobody even remembers it. And why? Well, because we had a different president.”

Limbaugh was inferring that because Barack Obama was president during the onset of the swine flu and beloved by many in the media, the negative coverage of that highly infectious and dangerous virus was minimized and fawning reports regarding Obama’s command of the situation were dialed up.

Also last week came the removal of Trish Regan’s prime-time show from Fox Business Network. The network said it did so because of staffing needs to cover the coronavirus crisis. But to some it appeared that Regan was removed after giving her opinion on an opinion program. She said in part, with regard to the coronavirus and President Trump:

“We’ve reached a tipping point. The chorus of hate being leveled at the president is nearing a crescendo as Democrats blame him, and only him, for a virus that originated halfway around the world. This is yet another attempt to impeach the president. … The media’s reaction, with the global town halls … Did they do this during Ebola? No. We didn’t see this kind of insanity during SARS. And SARS and Ebola … were far more deadly. So why the melodrama on such an agitated scale? … I’ll give you two words: Donald Trump.”

Soon after they spoke, both Limbaugh and Regan were criticized by many on the left for their “controversial” statements. Regan apparently paid the higher price by seeing her program suspended, at least temporarily.

Both were ridiculed, but did they have a point? Have partisan politics and personal agendas infected some of the coverage?
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Numerous others have declared Trump is responsible for the spread of the virus. Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) used the virus as a pretext to criticize Ivanka Trump, regarding her father’s immigration policies, although she later tweeted that several of Trump’s orders were “the right response in this critical time.” A growing list of celebrities, such as Debra Messing, Chrissy Teigen and Anna Wintour, have lashed out at the president, his family and his supporters over the virus.

Like Limbaugh and Regan, these liberal voices have every right to express their opinions. But with the coronavirus, some opinion has mutated into criticism with strong and obvious dislike for Trump.

The media, politicians and all Americans most certainly are entitled to disagree with Limbaugh and Regan. But, as the late Daniel Patrick Moynihan once correctly pointed out: “Everyone is entitled to his own opinion, but not his own facts.”

One fact is that news coverage of the swine flu a decade ago was a fraction of that given to COVID-19. Was the threat of the highly contagious swine flu dialed down, and positive reports on Obama’s handling of the crisis dialed up, because of bias or politics? That is open to debate — especially because the way news is covered has changed dramatically since then, particularly on social media — but the seriousness of the swine flu outbreak is not. During its run across approximately 70 countries, it infected almost 1.5 billion people and killed 300,000 to 700,000. In the United States, more than 60 million were infected, around 300,000 were hospitalized and more than 18,000 died.

And yet, life in the United States went on as normal. No panic, no closures, no shutting down of sporting events, restaurants, or movie theaters. No cities were locked down, and residents weren’t told to practice “social distancing” or to “shelter in place.” More importantly, the U.S. economy was not decimated. Small businesses did not close because of the flu, and hundreds of thousands of jobs weren’t lost.

So, the critical questions become: Did the media or the Obama administration irresponsibly underreact back then? Have the media or our government irresponsibly overreacted now? Or is the answer somewhere in between, based in part on differences between the perceived dangers of the two diseases?

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Tucker Carlson: Coronavirus crisis has exposed the higher education establishment charade

The long-term effects of the moment we're in are hard to know exactly. Restaurants and hotels have a long road back – that's clear. But what about higher education?

The nation's entire college population is at home right now, at exactly the same moment the economy seems to be heading south because of the coronavirus. So what effect will that have?

Well, the first thing to know is that whatever happens next, it will not affect Harvard, Yale, Stanford and a handful of schools like those. These places are richer than some countries. They'll be fine no matter what happens, perhaps unfortunately. Big state schools are likely to weather the crisis, too. They have legislators behind them.

But for everyone else on campus, this is a life-changing moment. Consider the confluence of factors right now. First, endowments are likely to shrink as the broader economy struggles. Donations will drop, too, for the same reason. There will almost certainly be a big reduction in students from China, a group whose main appeal has always been their ability to pay for tuition. Take that money off the ledger.

Meanwhile, and most critically, an entire nation has just been shown that it's possible to deliver higher education in an entirely different way. You don't have to drive to campus, buy textbooks, pay for room and board in order to get an education. You can do the whole thing online.

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dat b so much text heh



Yeh I should have made the video the op seeing as it's just a transcript heh



There is no moment. Nothing is fucking happening. All of this is an artificial means of fucking shit up by the powers that be. IT'S ALL FAKE. ALL OF THIS IS FAKE.



this isn't fake though heh



cuck carlson pretends to believe that the latest kike hoax is real because thats his job, he is paid to lie convincingly on television by the kike. taking his word on any topic or even going to the trouble to reads his opinions is insanity.
does he have any kind of a background which would put him in a position to offer such expertise? as far as i know, he only got to be on tv to begin with because his father was a famous journalist.

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I hate how tattoos have become this dweeby hipster-nerd thing. It's an erosion of yet another working-class tough image, it's cultural gentrification by trustafarians who want the clout of being badass while not even getting a big titty devil shooting a gun or something, but an homage to 8-bit games made quite likely before they could walk. Or vegans wearing motorcycle jackets and pretending to be in a communist street militia while never having thrown a punch in their life.

The worst of it is the girls with piercings and neon hair who complain they get stares at their service industry job and asked to tone it down – you can't have it both ways. You can either be a brave rebel, or you can be accepted. If you are rebelling, by definition mainstream society disapproves, that's the point. If you're accepted, nobody will think you're cool and badass, because you're one of them. That is why the politics of today seem so unhinged, because an entire generation can't decide if they want attention or approval.


everybody who does it should die of corona



>Assoyssen's Creed

Good G-d; should have just got "I am a pleb" tattoo'd on themselves in Japanese or something heh

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incoming transmission

all chonners head to the secret chon castle in [REDACTED]

wuhan zombies incoming

alpha bravo charlie delta
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God i've spent 100 bucks on preps already at least

Fuckin KIKE virus depriving me of my hard-earned dosh smdh



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Germanic man and his loyal doggerbreh roaming the central evropean hillside after the coronavirus pandemic has wiped out civilization, circa 2045



You're a fucking fag over and out



There's already connection problems occuring due to normonibbas clogging up deez tubes, i shud prolly stockpile sum moar series heh

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Got me heh



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no shit






>Eat my spic asshole gringo boy

Wat do



>Dat pic
>"directed by no one"

Le tipperino heh



the nobody will make earth great again

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why is there nobody out there talking about how coronavirus is a hoax and about how it doesn't even exist?
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Fuck i need a plant spraying bottle so i can disinfect my clothes and so on w/alcohol when i'm cummin in from ousside



shut up kike



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bumping to remind everyone that coronavirus is just another kike media hoax



it's literally insane how much qanon shit is all over /pol/ deez days



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Pence staffer tests positive for coronavirus, becoming first-known case of a White House employee

A staff member in Vice President Mike Pence’s office has tested positive for coronavirus, a spokesperson for Pence announced Friday evening, making that the first White House staffer known to have the virus.

“‪This evening we were notified that a member of the Office of the Vice President tested positive for the Coronavirus,” Katie Miller, Pence’s press secretary, said in a statement. “Neither President Trump nor Vice President Pence had close contact with the individual.”

Pence’s office did not identify the individual or provide other information about the person or the job they hold.

“Further contact tracing is being conducted in accordance with CDC guidelines,” Miller added.

Pence was appointed by Trump to lead the White House’s coronavirus task force, which has been holding daily press briefings on the virus. In recent days, Trump has joined Pence and others on the task force for briefings.


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