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I didn't see the correction regarding the woman who complained her hijab was torn off. Allegedly....she lied. Trump was elected by virtue of the votes of those he persuaded with his campaign pron

This is all I will say on the subject. Let's be honest, they didn't exactly have an easy choice. Liar vs. Liar is a pretty accurate way to frame it. They made their choice but were deeply divided in d

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52 minutes ago, JDunkin said:

Funny how the lefties like the cadet bonespurs term for Trump as if it was something bad in their opinion but Bill Clinton's Vietnam avoidance was of no concern. Could it be because they are frauds that pretend they care.

I defer to the gentleman in the video who served his country honourably 

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1 hour ago, JDunkin said:

Wee, a pilot who made a good decision who happens to be a Democrat and therefore people should vote for a radical change from current policies. How about people look at the policies and decide for themselves what they feel is best based on analysis and good discussion instead of listening to some arrogant pilot that thinks that his handling of an emergency should be what sways your vote. Go away Sully and stick to aviation subjects.

By the way, I see that Captain Pearson is your hero but departing with no fuel guages when the MEL specifically says it is not allowed, does not sound heroic to me. It was only good fortune that there was daylight and clear skies to allow a safe landing to be made after a dangerous decision.

You never landed an A330 in the Azores did you?

Actually he is a registered Republican and you have not the gravitas to carry his Nav Bag. Regarding AC 143 in the report they removed the ambiguity in the MEL. It would probably be beyond your capability to review a LGCIU-2  fault in under 3 days would it? Azores? Closest I was there when Eyjafjallajökull was kicking up a fuss overflew it but could not see it due the ash cloud. Only damage in 43 years was on a DHC-2 when a gust of wind caused me to hit a boat house which took out a NAV light sonny.......

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This wouldn't be a hard decision.  Trump, Putin, or Biden?

https://people.com/politics/joe-biden-nominated-nobel-peace-prize/

Joe Biden Is Now a Nobel Peace Prize Nominee, Just Like President Trump

 

A member of the British Parliament nominated Biden for the coveted award

Add Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden to the list of those — including his political rival, President Donald Trump — nominated for the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize.

On Monday, a member of British Parliament announced that he had nominated Biden, 77, for the coveted award, telling The Evening Standard in the U.K. that his nomination was based on, in his words, the Democrat's strength in political debate and argument.

“When others have resorted to violent solutions, he has argued that the best force is the force of argument,″ Chris Bryant told the Standard. “Because guns can stop a heart but well-placed words can change many hearts, and many hearts can change a world.”

The nomination comes weeks after Biden received the endorsement of 81 Nobel Prize winners, who released a letter citing the former vice president's ″willingness to listen to experts″ and his ″deep appreciation for using science to find solutions.″

 

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Just now, JDunkin said:

Wow, what an accomplishment. Admittedly, it might be more than Obama's reason for getting one. Then again, knowing the Nobel committee, Biden just might win.

Credibility destroyed by politicization. What a shame.

You are such a bitter, small man.

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You attack Fauci, who upon learning better, changed his stance yet you stand by trump who knew how deadly the virus is and lied about it to protect his stock market friends.

It's called 'science'.  It changes with advancements and learning.

That's why the stance has changed.  It's now the end of September and much more is known.  Even more is going to be learned as people get sick, recover, and have lingering effects.

One cannot dwell in the past.

https://www.cincinnati.com/story/news/2020/08/05/covid-masks-why-did-health-officials-change-position-masks/5557340002/

Why did public health officials change their tune on wearing masks?

Masks might have been a hard sell to Americans even if the nation’s most visible public health officials hadn’t spent the first few weeks of the coronavirus pandemic telling people not to bother wearing them.

Back in February, U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams tweeted that people should “STOP BUYING MASKS,” CDC Director Robert Redfield told Congress healthy people didn’t need masks, and Anthony Fauci, America’s top infectious-disease scientist, said masks weren’t necessary.

That they’ve all changed their tune today hasn’t stopped anti-maskers from repeating those words loudly and often.

So, how did masks go from being unnecessary to essential?

For one thing, scientists learned more about the coronavirus. When they gave early advice, they touted social distancing and isolating sick people, not realizing how contagious the virus was or that some infected people could spread the virus without showing symptoms.

Some, including Fauci, would later say they also worried Americans would buy up the nation’s limited supply of masks, leaving doctors and nurses without enough.

Their advice changed quickly. A growing body of research into COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, has shown that even cloth masks can limit the amount of microscopic water droplets exhaled by infected people, which limits the amount of virus that might reach others.

According to this logic, there is power in numbers. The more people who wear masks, the more the risk of contagion is reduced.

“We have learned a great deal since the beginning of the pandemic,” said Mike Samet, spokesman for the Hamilton County Health Department. “The best way to avoid contact with respiratory droplets is to cover them with a mask.”

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41 minutes ago, seeker said:

Some good thoughts in this video:

Indeed.... thanks.

Like an aircraft accident, you need that combination of multiple systemic and environmental cause factors to occur simultaneously. Throw in a hefty dose of what used to be called “strength of an idea” and the holes start lining up.

Refugees who have experienced political violence (fleeing because of it), and soldiers who have seen various incarnations of the disease in other places will, like a GPWS or TCAS command judged errant, be summarily ignored by those most in need of the warning at the very time they have the most to lose.  

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1 hour ago, seeker said:

Some good thoughts in this video:

 

An overall great video....I have advocated Tiered Voting for years, but always get shot down by the Deicers of this world.
 

At this advanced stage of political discourse in the US, Civil War 2.0 might be the only solution.

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Treasury reports rebut Biden's 'totally false' claims about Hunter's cash haul

Democratic presidential nominee Joseph R. Biden flatly denied at Tuesday night’s debate that his lawyer son took huge sums of money from corrupt oligarchs and Chinese communists during his vice presidency, but Treasury Department reports show that Hunter Biden did receive the money.

President Trump chose to make an issue of Hunter Biden’s cash haul from Russia, Ukraine and China with the implication that unsavory figures were trying to buy Vice President Biden and the Obama administration.

“When somebody gets 3½ million dollars from the mayor of Moscow,” Mr. Trump said.

“That’s is not true. That report is totally false,” Mr. Biden said.

This is based on Treasury Department reports received by committee Chairman Ron Johnson, Wisconsin Republican, and Senate Finance Committee Chairman Charles E. Grassley, Iowa Republican.

The Senate narrative is not specific, but the types of transaction records match the description of confidential suspicious activity reports that the Treasury issues when it suspects illegal activity.

The Senate report says, “On Feb. 14, 2014, Baturina wired $3.5 million to a Rosemont Seneca Thornton LLC (Rosemont Seneca Thornton) bank account for a ‘Consultancy Agreement.’ Rosemont Seneca Thornton is an investment firm co-founded by Hunter Biden that was incorporated on May 28, 2013 in Wilmington, Del.”

Russia invaded Crimea in Ukraine the month Ms. Baturina sent the money.

“Why did he get it?” Mr. Trump asked.

“That report was written for political reasons,” Mr. Biden said.

Mr. Trump asserted, “Once you became vice president, he made a fortune in Ukraine, in China, in Moscow and various other places.”

Mr. Biden responded, “That is not true.”

According to the senators’ Treasury records, it is true.
 

https://m.washingtontimes.com/news/2020/sep/30/hunter-biden-burisma-payments-detailed-treasury-de/?fbclid=IwAR0ShU18eidTk_VwhztOotE7OY9lktDxXB5RsfhDk6W5NMspGuCq6qZoCuw

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https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/jasonleopold/judge-orders-more-mueller-report-unredacted

A Judge Has Ordered The Justice Department To Release More Portions Of The Mueller Report Before Election Day

The ruling and an accompanying order mean the Justice Department will be obliged to unveil at least 15 previously blacked-out pages from volume one of special counsel Robert Mueller’s 448-page report on the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, on or before Nov. 2. In addition to charging decisions, those pages appear to involve discussions related to the hack of emails from the Democratic National Committee in early 2016 and the Trump campaign’s interest in those documents when WikiLeaks released them that June.

Walton rendered his decision in response to an 18-month legal challenge by BuzzFeed News and the advocacy group Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) to unredact the entire Mueller report under the Freedom of Information Act.

Last March, in a scathing 23-page opinion on the matter, Walton said Attorney General Bill Barr's public characterization of the Mueller report in March 2019 "failed to provide a thorough representation of the findings." Walton questioned whether Barr's "intent was to create a one-sided narrative" about the report and whether he had undertaken a "calculated attempt to influence public discourse" in favor of President Donald Trump "despite certain findings in the redacted version of the Mueller Report to the contrary.”

Walton then ordered government attorneys to turn over an unredacted version of the report so he could determine whether the redactions were legitimate, and he subsequently summoned Justice Department lawyers to closed-door hearings to defend their rationale.

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