President Donald Trump on Saturday once again suggested interest in serving three terms in office, telling attendees of a campaign event in Nevada that he was “probably entitled” to an additional four years following a hypothetical second term.
“And 52 days from now we’re going to win Nevada, and we’re going to win four more years in the White House,” Trump told the mostly maskless, non-socially-distant crowd of his supporters on Saturday. “And then after that, we’ll negotiate, right? Because we’re probably — based on the way we were treated — we are probably entitled to another four after that.”
Trump has frequently argued that he’s been treated unfairly in comparison with his predecessors, often pointing to the Russia investigation and his impeachment. Throughout his first term as president, Trump has also frequently floated the idea that he will attempt to serve more than two terms in office.
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More than 600 American army veterans have released an open letter to signal their support for Donald Trump after the magazine The Atlantic berated the US president for allegedly making disrespectful remarks about dead American servicemen.
“Recent baseless media attacks against President Trump from anonymous sources are just another example of the depths to which the president’s opponents are willing to descend to divide the nation and meddle in this [2020 presidential] election”, the letter, obtained by the news website Breitbart, read.
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Bill Gates’ influence over the media has been exposed after a nonprofit group discovered that the Gates Foundation has donated over $250 million to major media outlets.
The finding helps explain the positive coverage Gates has received during recent months, particularly over the promotion of his vaccine agenda, Columbia Journalism Review reports.
“I recently examined nearly twenty thousand charitable grants the Gates Foundation had made through the end of June and found more than $250 million going toward journalism,” said CJR’s Tim Schwab. “Recipients included news operations like the BBC, NBC, Al Jazeera, ProPublica, National Journal, The Guardian, Univision, Medium, the Financial Times, The Atlantic, the Texas Tribune, Gannett, Washington Monthly, Le Monde, and the Center for Investigative Reporting.”
Schwab points out the ethical dilemma of billionaire philanthropists bankrolling the news; an arrangement that allows media giants to push their agenda and control the public’s perception of them.
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In a telling display, Hollywood and media leftists engaged in a tirade of attacks on black and naturalised speakers at the RNC, ironically charging that the GOP is attempting to hide its own racism behind a display of diversity.
The speakers who were the target of the abuse included First Lady Melania Trump, Republican Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, Republican South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott, former professional football player Herschel Walker, and former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley.
Unsurprisingly, it was CNN pushing the ‘fake diversity’ claims to begin with, as commentator Nia Malika Henderson suggested that the aforementioned speakers were being used to inject some false diversity when the Republican party is still “all about” white people.
“It’s sort of an indirect appeal to white voters when you kind of put black issues, black people, black Republicans front and center, as we saw happen tonight,” Henderson claimed, adding “Nikki Haley, obviously a woman of color and Tim Scott and a couple of other African Americans. I mean, on the whole the party isn’t very diverse. It seemed a little diverse tonight with Tim Scott making that final sort of key note address and Nikki Haley making a kind of key note address.”
Keep calm and carry on? That’s been easier said than done this year.
In fact, the number of Americans who Googled information about panic and anxiety attacks reached a 16-year high this spring, when the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19 began spreading across the U.S.
That’s according to a new analysis from the Qualcomm Institute’s Center for Data Driven Health at the University of California San Diego, which was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) this week.
Researchers tracked how often people looked up phrases including “panic attack,” “anxiety attack,” “am I having a panic attack?”, and “anxiety attack symptoms” using Google GOOG, +0.61% Trends data, and analyzed how often these phrases were searched for in the U.S. between January 2004 and May 2020. After adjusting for variables such as population growth and increased internet use over the past 20 years, the researchers found that these anxiety and panic attack searches reached an all-time high between mid-March and mid-May.
Prior to shooting three people who were attacking him, Kyle Rittenhouse was offering free EMT service to injured protesters regardless of their political ideology.
In the footage, Rittenhouse offers first aid to a diverse group of protesters walking by and aids one of them who was shot with a rubber bullet by police.
“I am an EMT, if you are injured come to me,” Rittenhouse tells protesters.
Rittenhouse was likely one of the few trained EMT techs inside the riot zone given that police were simply keeping a perimeter around the rioting.
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A CNN reporter described the mayhem in Kenosha as “mostly peaceful” even as cars set on fire by rioters burned behind him.
Omar Jimenez describes “multiple locations that have been burning in Kenosha, Wisconsin over the course of the night” before characterizing the unrest as “largely peaceful.”
The CNN chyron below Jimenez described the events as “fiery but mostly peaceful.”
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro renewed his attack on journalists today while discussing coronavirus, telling them, “when one of you fat-asses catches it, the chances of survival are far less.”
The comments were made a day after Bolsonaro threatened to punch a reporter for quizzing him about accusations his wife, the first lady, had received money from a political operative who is the subject of a corruption investigation.
During an event called ‘Brazil Beating COVID’, the president launched a stinging rebuke on journalists who have consistently trashed his coronavirus policies.
“But when one of you fat-asses catches it, the chances of survival are far less. You only know how to use your pens malevolently,” he said.
“Blood from people who recover from coronavirus could provide a treatment,” reported the Washington Post on March 27, just a couple weeks after the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic.
Just over a week later, the Washington Post reported again that while there was no vaccine yet for COVID-19, “we do have one potentially promising treatment to help people infected with the coronavirus: infusions of antibody-rich plasma from other patients who have had the disease and recovered.”
A couple months later, the Washington Post again touted the potential of blood plasma, also called convalescent plasma, in treating the virus. “A large study of 20,000 hospitalized covid-19 patients who received transfusions of blood plasma from people who recovered found the treatment was safe and suggests giving it to people early in the disease may be beneficial,” they reported June 18, 2020, in an article headlined, “Blood plasma from people who recovered is a safe covid-19 treatment, study says.”
Footage out of Wilmington, Delaware, captured the moment mainstream media reporters scrambled outside following Joe Biden’s big DNC speech to witness a fireworks display in his honor.
In video shot by a Politico reporter immediately following Biden’s closing speech, liberal “journalists” are seen practically stumbling over each other to get outside and celebrate his nomination.
“Reporters were told to hurry outside after Biden concluded his speech or they risked missing his fireworks event,” tweeted Politico’s Natasha Korecki. “They listened.”
The video was taken as more evidence of the DNC tightly controlling the media shills covering their dull event, and proof the media dutifully obeys anything they’re told to do.
“This literally looks like a ‘cat lady’ stampede,” commented radio host Wayne Dupree. “What a pathetic ‘news media’ we have.”
Another Twitter user remarked, “Alt Headline: Reporters didn’t ask questions because fireworks and must protect Biden.”