The Tyrant Evers Returns

Boy howdy… I step away from the computer for 36 hours or so and all hell breaks loose. Let’s hope that the legislature will reign in our banal tyrant.

Less than 24 hours after Democratic Gov. Tony Evers announced a statewide mask order for Wisconsin, Republicans in the state Senate have signaled they have the votes to begin the process of striking it down.

In a statement Friday, Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald, R-Juneau, said Senate Republicans “stand ready to convene the body to end the Governor’s order, which includes the mask mandate.”

“The Governor has caved to the pressure of liberal groups on this,” Fitzgerald said. “How can we trust that the he won’t cave again and stop schools that choose in-person instruction this fall? There are bigger issues at play here, and my caucus members stand ready to fight back.”

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Announced Thursday, the state mask order goes into effect Saturday.

Under the new order, which expires Sept. 28, everyone age 5 and older must wear a face covering when indoors or in any enclosed space open to the public including outdoor bars and restaurants, public transit and outdoor park structures. The order does not apply to people in their private residences.

101 Responses to The Tyrant Evers Returns

  1. Mar says:

    The mayor where I live by imposed a mandatory mask to enter businesses.
    She said that she sees almost 100% compliance.
    But yet the number of Chinese virus has not decreased.
    Hmm, I think the mayor is,an idiot.

  2. Kevin Scheunemann says:

    Perfectly stated Owen.

  3. Randall Flagg says:

    It’s been fun to see Trump supporters heads explode over the mask mandate.

    Oh, and Mar’s comma before ‘an’ means he is calling himself an idiot.  That is hilarious too.

    So much entertainment…for free!

  4. Mar says:

    Nice try Randall, but what you said about the comma is wrong.
    Besides being a typo, my name is not in the sentence, so, well, you need a refresher English class.

  5. Randall Flagg says:

    Mar:

    It is clear you were signing your post “an idiot”.   You just forgot to put it on the next line.  Let me help you put it the correct way.
    The mayor where I live by imposed a mandatory mask to enter businesses.
    She said that she sees almost 100% compliance.
    But yet the number of Chinese virus has not decreased.
    Hmm, I think the mayor is,
    an idiot.
    Next up, we will try and figure out what But yet the number of Chinese virus has not decreased means.

     

  6. Mar says:

    Wow, Randall, do belong to the Nazi Grammar police squad?
    Or do you belong to the IAASPOC squad?

  7. jjf says:

    Why do I have to wear pants?  The government can’t order me to wear clothes.

  8. jjf says:

    Infrastructure-as-a-service proof of concept?  Wow, Mar is a database genius!

  9. Randall Flagg says:

    Nope Mar, I belong to the Mar deserves to be subjected to the same tactics he dishes out squad.  Suck it up buttercup.

  10. jjf says:

    It’s a mystery, Randall.  Can’t imagine why he isn’t working in the schools any more.

  11. dad29 says:

    Pflugg:  a chipmunk before his birth?  What changed??\

    Jiffy:  a self-hating Lefty with change-the-topic issues.

    Boring.

    Topic at hand:  Vos has not yet announced he’ll call the Assembly into action; Fitz–who has a primary opponent–has done so.  S’pose Vos has to do some arm-twisting here?

  12. Mar says:

    Dumbass Randall, I rarely, if ever, correct people on their spelling or grammar.
    Grow up son.

  13. Mar says:

    “Can’t imagine why he isn’t working in the schools any more.”
    So says a dumbass who cannot use a basic database.
    And then says they work with computers.
    Right.

  14. Le Roi du Nord says:

    mar:

    You just call folks uneducated, stupid, morons, or idiots. Yet you still believe all the nonsense trump throws at you. That doesn’t speak well for your intelligence.

  15. Randall Flagg says:

    You just call folks uneducated, stupid, morons, or idiots. Yet you still believe all the nonsense trump throws at you. That doesn’t speak well for your intelligence.

    He also doesn’t understand why doing so brings what he gets.  He is the perfect Trump supporter.  Behaves the same as Trump in every way.  Probably wondering why no one likes him at this very moment……

  16. Randall Flagg says:

    dad29:

    I don’t remember anything before my birth so I can’t say what I was.

    Who knows, maybe I have lizard DNA like Trump’s favorite doctor (and his source of COVID knowledge) says I do.

  17. Mar says:

    Well Pathological Liar Le Roi, I don’t believe everything President Trump. So, you are lying again.
    But you like nothing he does and you hate him.
    I guess you are more of a loser than I am.

  18. jjf says:

    Dad29 sez:  BUY MORE AMMO!

  19. dad29 says:

    maybe I have lizard DNA

    You assert you were not human pre-birth.  What magic made you human now, assuming you are?

  20. Randall Flagg says:

    You assert you were not human pre-birth.  What magic made you human now, assuming you are?

    Demon Sperm

  21. Le Roi du Nord says:

    mar:

    But you believe the worst of trump, and keep repeating that nonsense over and over.

    Now point to the elephant…..

  22. Randall Flagg says:

    Le Roi:

    In my experience, if someone has to say they don’t agree with Trump on everything, they do…..

    It’s like starting a post with “Now I’m no Trump supporter but <repeat Trump dogma here>”

  23. Mar says:

    Wow, Randall now has joined the Luars Boat.
    Le Roi, jjf,Pat and now Randall.
    That boat is getting pretty full.
    I think jjf, Pat, jjf and Randall need to wear some kind PPE device to protect other liberals from their lying.

  24. Mar says:

    That’s “Liar” for the Nazi grammar police officers Le Roi and Randall.

  25. Randall Flagg says:

    That would be a spelling mistake Mar, not a grammar mistake.

    https://blog.online-spellcheck.com/spelling-2/spelling-and-grammar-mistakes-whats-the-difference/

    Can’t help making yourself look foolish! There you did it in two consecutive posts!

  26. Randall Flagg says:

    For all of you conservatives out there too lazy to look things up.  Just for you:

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/factcheck/2020/07/19/fact-check-asking-face-masks-wont-violate-hipaa-4th-amendment/5430339002/

  27. Kevin Scheunemann says:

    Randall,

    I know this is hard for you being a liberal and all, BUT

    Bershire Hathaway is subject to Hippa and a host of other medical privacy laws because it heavily invests in health insurance, and medical providers.

    Want to guess who owns International DQ?

    So if our parent company is subject to these laws, are you saying sections on the parent company can ignore medical privacy laws?

    I can’t wait for you to tell me that….because then I will haul out Berkshire code of ethical conduct subjecting all subsidiaries to same behavior.

    I will take your apology for your painful misstatement anytime.

  28. Kevin Scheunemann says:

    Randall,

    This is all about you liberals upset that business owners are not taking a communist, KGB, leftist position. If you want us to work our customers over the “hot lights” in questioning a,medical exception…you will have to do your dirty, liberal, totalitarian work yourselves. I trust my customers. I don’t have an air of disdain for customers who believe they are exempted.

  29. Le Roi du Nord says:

    “There is no civil right to do as you chose, if by doing so you present a risk of harm which infringes on the rights of others”.

    Guess you missed that part, eh k?

  30. dad29 says:

    Eh….so what?

    A business owner may ask why Joe Blow is not wearing a mask.  Joe Blow can say “health condition.”  The business owner has a  decision:  allow Joe Blow into the building or not.  The prudent biz owner may simply NOT ask, on the probability that Joe Blow has a health condition and knows what the Hell he’s doing.

    If biz owner asks Joe Blow to describe the ‘health condition,’ Joe Blow has a decision.  Say what it is, or not.

    If the biz owner is obnoxious enough to ask, I’d take a walk.  There are plenty of grocery stores in Wisconsin; same with DQ’s, gas stations, yada.

  31. Kevin Scheunemann says:

    Nord,

    So my “silence” is advocating an evil position?

    I know someone here who constantly argues that silence is perfectly fine and not adovocation of evil. Why the change of position, hypocrite?

  32. Le Roi du Nord says:

    k, you have never been very silent, so what on earth are you talking about?

  33. Kevin Scheunemann says:

    Nord,

    You are jacked off I am not asking my unmasked customers to prove their medical exemption. “Silence”.

    I “trust”.

    You hate.

    You are a hypocrite.

  34. Le Roi du Nord says:

    No k, I’m not “jacked off”, whatever that means in k-speak.  And no, I don’t hate anybody, not you, not mar, not trump.  You made all that stuff up to make yourself feel more important.

  35. Randall Flagg says:

    Thanks for agreeing dad29.  A business owner (or an employee) can indeed ask someone why they are wearing a mask and, if they say health condition, ask what the condition is.  The person without the mask does not have to answer.

    As far as should they ask?  It may not be a good idea to ask:

    https://www.cnn.com/2020/05/04/us/michigan-security-guard-mask-killing-trnd/index.html

  36. Randall Flagg says:

    Le Roi du Nord

    As I read Kevin’s posts, this comes to mind:

    It is a tale
    Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury,
    Signifying nothing.

    –Macbeth

     

  37. Kevin Scheunemann says:

    Libs,

    So because I refuse to be the enforcer, you call me an idiot?

    If you want me to be your beloved Russian KGB on this, do your own dirty, dirty liberal totalitarian work.

    Nord, you are such a hypocrite, why is my silence against dirty, dirty, unconstitutional liberal mandates a problem for you? You claim silence to positions is not acceptance. I am just silent to medical exception….why are you such a hypocrite?

    You should be praising my silence here. Protecting rights, medical privacy, and decency in the process. Not like I am sticking up for criminals, and siding with hate of kaw enfircenent with your silence like you do.

  38. jjf says:

    Dad29’s just playing his usual game.  He Respects The Rule Of Law, but he’s always looking for an angle that exempts himself.  He’s special, you see.  Knows A Guy.  Here’s What You Do, (Lean In, Eyebrow Raise).  This is how he shows defiance to Dictator Evers!

  39. Le Roi du Nord says:

    k:

    You are quick to call others “idiots” (or similar), yet subject us all to your nonsensical and factually incorrect rants, even on Sunday at 2 AM.  Were you ever silent on subjects where you have no knowledge or expertise, I would applaud you.  Were you capable of a civil and honest discussion, I would applaud you. Were you not so aggressively and willfully ignorant, I would applaud you.

    Now, where did I ever, “claim silence to positions is not acceptance” ?

    Or where did I ever claim to be, “sticking up for criminals, and siding with hate of kaw enfircenent (and you call me an idiot)” ?  Whereas I have always proposed throwing the book at any and all folks, R, D, or Martian, that violate the law.

     

  40. Kevin Scheunemann says:

    Nord,

    So you are just fine with my business sign on masks, then?

  41. dad29 says:

    Tin-Pot Tony’s mandate is NOT “law.”  Apparently Jiffy doesn’t know from “law” although he also apparently knows another’s mind from quite a distance.

    How about Pelosi’s prescribing Mary Jane for Covid?  Tin-Pot should have thought of that, too.

  42. Le Roi du Nord says:

    k:

    Since I don’t ever plan on visiting your business I really don’t have a position on your decision.  If you are so insensitive to the health and welfare of your customers and employees that you don’t require masks, or even common sense, for that matter, you will have to live with that decision.

  43. jjf says:

    Dad29, your psychic powers have determined all sorts of things about other people, haven’t they?  If Evers’ mandate doesn’t matter, then why did so many sheriffs decide they need to stand up to say what they’ll do about it?

  44. Randall Flagg says:

    Kevin:

    If you want to post lies at your business, go ahead.  But why do you get so mad when others point out the lies (including sources as backup)?

     

  45. Randall Flagg says:

    Were you ever silent on subjects where you have no knowledge or expertise, I would applaud you.  Were you capable of a civil and honest discussion, I would applaud you. Were you not so aggressively and willfully ignorant, I would applaud you.

    As goes Trump, so goes his supporters…..

  46. Kevin Scheunemann says:

    RANDALL,

    Do you know who owns DQ?

  47. jjf says:

    Do you denounce the liberal owner of DQ?

  48. dad29 says:

    If Evers’ mandate doesn’t matter, then why did so many sheriffs decide they need to stand up to say what they’ll do about it?

    Trouble reading, Jiffy?  I said that it is not “LAW” contrary to your erroneous assertion.  Does it matter?  Sure, although it’s irrational.

  49. Randall Flagg says:

    Kevin:

    Doesn’t matter who owns them.  You sign claims you cannot legally ask about health conditions due to HIPAA and the ADA.

    I provided links to show that is not true.

    If you still think it is true, show me the proof that you cannot legally do so.  It being a company policy does not prove it is because of HIPAA and the ADA.

    If you have no proof be a man and admit you don’t.

  50. Randall Flagg says:

    dad29:

    Serious question:  do you think the legislature will meet this week and overturn the mandate?

  51. Kevin Scheunemann says:

    Randall,

    Berkshite Hathaway owns DQ brand. Berkshire has heavy investments in health insuranve and health care field.

    Are you arguing that certain parts of Bershire umbrelka can ignore medical privacy laws? Even the most insane liberal does not do that.

  52. Kevin Scheunemann says:

    Randall,

    Berkshire Hathaway owns DQ brand. Berkshire has heavy investments in health insurance and health care field.

    Are you arguing that certain parts of Bershire umbrella can ignore medical privacy laws? Even the most insane liberal does not do that.

  53. dad29 says:

    do you think the legislature will meet this week and overturn the mandate?

    50-50.  Fitz wants to, Vos wants to see contributions before he does anything.

  54. jjf says:

    On the bright side, if they do convene. we’d get to hear all their explanations as to why masks don’t work and why HCQ and a bright light inside the body and mama’s vitamin D smoothies will cure it, and that’ll attract media attention nationwide, and that might improve tourism eventually after the pandemic clears, so jobs, right?

  55. jjf says:

    Kevin, do those laws cover your employees or do they cover anyone who walks in to buy an essential Dilly Bar?  Show your work.

    P.S. You don’t need to ask why, you can simply bar them from your place if they’re not wearing a mask.

    P.P.S.  If you knew Dad29 was inventing an medical excuse as to why he’s not wearing a mask, would you kick him out?

  56. Randall Flagg says:

    Are you arguing that certain parts of Bershire umbrella can ignore medical privacy laws? Even the most insane liberal does not do that.

    I am saying there are no medical privacy laws that prohibit a business owner/employee from asking a customer why they are not wearing a mask.  I furnished sources to back that.

    If you have sources that show differently, go ahead and share.

  57. Kevin Scheunemann says:

    Randall

    So if I ask mt customer a medical reason for not wearing a mask, and my camera DVR records it, have I created an “inadvertant medical record”?

    This is ehy its better not to ask, too much regulation thanks to you hurtful liberals.

  58. jjf says:

    You’re just pretending to not understand, Kevin.  Are you a medical service?

  59. Mark Hoefert says:

    On the bright side, if they do convene. we’d get to hear all their explanations as to why masks don’t work and why HCQ and a bright light inside the body and mama’s vitamin D smoothies will cure it,

    https://www.lifesitenews.com/opinion/this-indian-slum-contained-a-possible-covid-19-disaster-with-hydroxychloroquine

    We should be so lucky to be as smart as India. (Deaths/M = 28, USA = 480/M, WI = 163M.) (India Cases/M = 1343, USA = 14,664, WI = 9503).

    On July 9, 2020, Asia’s biggest and densest slum shocked the world by announcing just one new positive COVID-19 case despite being a cluster and hotspot.
    Dharavi is no ordinary slum. It is one of the densest in the world, housing more than a million people
    India feared the worst when a cluster outbreak of COVID-19 was reported in Dharavi. It could have become the biggest COVID-19 disaster zone in the world. But by using proactive measures, Dharavi contained the virus.

    Reports credit the huge turnaround to various factors. Most focused on Dharavi’s use of widespread testing and contact tracing. One is the use of an anti-malarial drug. But they ignored the policy most responsible. Indian doctors used hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) for prophylaxis (preventive) treatment — the same drug the American media have politicized. 
    Officials have credited this turnaround to “[a] combination of hydroxychloroquine, vitamin D, and zinc tablets along with homeopathic medicines.”
    HCQ has been widely used across India to treat early-stage COVID-19. It is also prescribed for prophylaxis among those who have come into contact with people who have tested positive.
    In India, HCQ has always been legal. The government’s official COVID-19 task force, the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), highly recommends it for high-risk people like medical practitioners.
    It’s the politicization of this medicine by the mainstream media and portions of the medical community that somehow made this a battle between President Trump and them and created this undue fear and hysteria over a drug, a medicine that has been used for over 60 years relatively safely and is regularly prescribed to pregnant women if they are going to a malaria zone.

  60. Mar says:

    Gee, Mark, now you are going to have jjf and Le Roi head explode.
    Better watch out for the splatter and the remaining 8 brain cells between them.

  61. Mar says:

    jjf, a business owner can ask why a person is not wearing a mask.
    But they cannot ask particular details of a person’s medical history.
    If they refuse to let a person in their store, they run the risk of being sued under the ADA act.

  62. dad29 says:

    Heh.

  63. Randall Flagg says:

    So if I ask mt customer a medical reason for not wearing a mask, and my camera DVR records it, have I created an “inadvertant medical record”?

    Perhaps.  If you have, that was your choice.   You could ask without the DVR on.   So in short, still no proof a business owner cannot ask due to ADA or HIPAA.

     

  64. Mar says:

    Randall, I reread all of Kevin’s comments.
    Please show me where he said a business owner cannot ask why a person is not wearing a mask.
    An owner can ask but he cannot ask about specific medical conditions. And if the owner refuses service because a handicapping condition, yes, they can be sued.

  65. jjf says:

     along with homeopathic medicines.”

    Ooo, the sign of Real Medicine!

  66. Mar says:

    jjf showing his ignorance again.

  67. jjf says:

    Come on, Mar, tell me why the homeopathic medicines are effective.

  68. Mar says:

    You take vitamins? Minerals? Supplements? How about acupuncture?
    But I guess you just rely on doctors only and all their medications and treatments.

  69. Randall Flagg says:

    Mar:

    Start whit the sign he posted (Facebook link).  Then add these in:

    Berkshite Hathaway owns DQ brand. Berkshire has heavy investments in health insuranve and health care field.

    Are you arguing that certain parts of Bershire umbrelka can ignore medical privacy laws? Even the most insane liberal does not do that.

    and

    Bershire Hathaway is subject to Hippa and a host of other medical privacy laws because it heavily invests in health insurance, and medical providers.

    Want to guess who owns International DQ?

    So if our parent company is subject to these laws, are you saying sections on the parent company can ignore medical privacy laws?

  70. Randall Flagg says:

    An owner can ask but he cannot ask about specific medical conditions.

    Wrong.  “And to add to the misinformation, there is no right not to be asked about your health conditions. HIPAA covers only a limited number of entities, which does not include employers or businesses,”

    This article contains that quote and address your other points:  https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/factcheck/2020/07/15/fact-check-ada-disability-rights-and-face-mask-requirements/5391830002/

  71. jjf says:

    Mar, keep up.  I said “homeopathic.”  Are you trying to change the subject?

  72. Randall Flagg says:

    It’s the politicization of this medicine by the mainstream media

    Trump politicized it when, in March,  he lied about it’s effectiveness with no validated medical evidence, and lied that the FDA had approved it for coronavirus treatment.  Also he never disclosed he had a stake in the company that makes it, which makes one suspicious he did it for financial reasons.

    So, if there is evidence now, it is looked upon skeptically because of that lie and lack of disclosure.There are consequences to his actions. 

  73. Mar says:

    I guess jjf, you have a conservative view of a homeopathic definition while I have a more liberal view of homeopathy.
    Imagine that.

  74. Mar says:

    Randall lying again.
    President Trump has a $1500 stake in one of the companies that make hydroxychloroquine.
    But liars do what liars do…lie.
    Shocking Randall has gone down the meth like road jjf and Le Roi are on.

  75. dad29 says:

    1)  Trump did not lie about its efficacy; he said that when administered on time in conjunction with z-pak and zinc, it’s effective treatment.  He also said that it’s a prophylactic.

    In fact, what he said is EXACTLY true.  Your ignorance of the matter is irrelevant.

    2) Trump held a $1,500.00 stake in some drug outfit?  WOW!!!  I’ll bet he called the CEO every night to check on his investment.  Probably lost sleep over it until he magically made Sino-Sinus-Syphilis a pandemic by waving his hair and chanting incantations.

    $1,500.00.   Really?  On what planet do you really live?

  76. dad29 says:

    You could look a lot more intelligent after you google “Dharavi Covid” and read the story.

    Or you could skip that part and continue to look like a sad-sack un-informed Trump hater.

  77. Randall Flagg says:

    Excellent story Dad29.  Sending in 2500 health workers and having a nation wide lockdown really worked there.

    I did note Dharavi had their first case on April 2nd, and Trump’s statements were in March, so it would have no bearing on any statements Trump made in March.

    Let me say it again:  when Trump made his statements in March and early April on HCQ, there was no validated medical evidence on it.  So, he created confusion and doubt, rather than just keeping quiet and letting the medical community test it.

    Also, if the investment is no big deal, why didn’t Trump just mention it?

  78. Randall Flagg says:

    President Trump has a $1500 stake in one of the companies that make hydroxychloroquine.

    Thanks for confirming Trump did indeed have a stake, and that I didn’t lie Mar!

  79. Pat says:

    “He also said that it’s a prophylactic.“

    Like what he didn’t use when he raw dogged the porn star when his third wife was pregnant with his fifth child.

  80. Randall Flagg says:

    I use the same standard with Trump I use with every POTUS:  Trump should be able to back everything he says with proof.   And I am not talking about things clearly expressed as opinions (so statements that start with “In my opinion” or the like”

    *When he says you can test too much and says “read the manuals” I expect a list of those manuals

    *When he said HCQ works in early March, I  expected proof.

    *When he says there are millions of illegal votes, I expect proof.

    I could go on and on and on.  But I wager I could list 100 and it still wouldn’t matter to some posters on here.

  81. Randall Flagg says:

    Mar is the closest to Trump on these boards.  When he accuses someone of lying, there is never any links or proof.  Just him saying “You are lying.”

    He said I was lying when I said Trump had a stake in a HCQ manufacturer, and then stated Trump has a stake in an HCQ manufacturer.  That is some Trump-worthy rhetoric there.

  82. dad29 says:

    there was no validated medical evidence on it.

    Do you think that Trump is SO SMART that he pulled that stuff from thin air?  No.  He was TOLD that by someone–perhaps someone acquainted with the French (successful) experiments with that.  He does have sources which are superior to yours, or Chris Cuomo’s, ya’know.

    As to “validated”, don’t play the FauciFraud BS here.  Doctors who treat patients do not have 12-15 months to wait while a double-blind random selection placebo ‘gold standard’ study is run. I seriously doubt that if you were a patient you’d want to hold off while FDA plays its games, especially if your doc had told you the Frogs have a remedy which seems to work with NO ill-effects.

    But go ahead, tell me you’d rather die than try it.  Lie if you have to.

  83. Le Roi du Nord says:

    The first time trump mentioned hydroxychloroquine (March 19):

    “Nothing will stand in our way as we pursue any avenue to find what best works against this horrible virus,” he said. “Now, a drug called chloroquine — and some people would add to it ‘hydroxy-.’ Hydroxychloroquine. So chloroquine or hydroxychloroquine. … It is known as a malaria drug, and it’s been around for a long time and it’s very powerful. But the nice part is, it’s been around for a long time, so we know that if it — if things don’t go as planned, it’s not going to kill anybody.”

    He was wrong then, and is still wrong today.

  84. Mar says:

    Ah, Le Roi The Liar Hater.
    Studies have come out saying hydroxychloroquine does work if used properly in many cases.
    You just won’t accept it.
    And when you will stop taking it? I am concerned for your health and the liberals say it may kill you.
    So, please stop taking it or you won’t reach to be a Liar Hater 70 years old. That’s what liberal science says.

  85. dad29 says:

    When he says there are millions of illegal votes, I expect proof.

    Because fraudsters always leave a clearly marked trail and give you flashlights to see it better.  You’ve hit a Jiffy-Level of stupidity there.

  86. Randall Flagg says:

    Because fraudsters always leave a clearly marked trail and give you flashlights to see it better.  You’ve hit a Jiffy-Level of stupidity there.

    He claimed millions of votes.  If there is no proof we can apply Hitchens razor:

    “What can be asserted without evidence can also be dismissed without evidence.”

     

     

  87. Randall Flagg says:

    Do you think that Trump is SO SMART that he pulled that stuff from thin air?  No.  He was TOLD that by someone–perhaps someone acquainted with the French (successful) experiments with that.  He does have sources which are superior to yours, or Chris Cuomo’s, ya’know.

    So why didn’t he mention the French studies specifically?    If he has sources superior to mine he should have no problems producing them.  And yet….crickets.

  88. Randall Flagg says:

    Thanks to extensive research, I have found Trump’s source for his information:

    https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Pull%20it%20out%20of%20my%20ass

     

     

  89. Mar says:

    And there goes Randall. Just became irrelevant.
    Can’t win arguments, so lie, deceive and act like an ass.
    So, what does it feel like to be such a loser, Randall?

  90. Randall Flagg says:

    “I always cheer up immensely if an attack is particularly wounding because I think, well, if they attack one personally, it means they have not a single political argument left.”

    ― Margaret Thatcher

  91. Le Roi du Nord says:

    Hey mar, that was a quote. Are you saying trump was lying, or that you don’t believe him?

  92. jjf says:

    Dad29 Logic:  If you can’t see it, it must be true.

  93. dad29 says:

    If he has sources superior to mine he should have no problems producing them.  And yet….crickets.

    Why sure!  You are SO important that Trump should send you personalized letters on the matter, too!  With perfumed stationery.

  94. jjf says:

    Any old commie-spotter like you, Dad29, should be able to tell the difference between good ol’ USA science and medicine and Trump’s emulation of Lysenkoism.

    Sources, schmources – Trump knows a guy!  In France!

    Riiiiiight.

  95. Jason says:

    Still waiting for someone to address the good old science and medicine published here. https://www.bootsandsabers.com/2020/08/03/dont-play-politics-with-masks/#comment-40922

    You know, the scientific studies that show historically that cloth masks did nothing and in one study wearing them resulted in higher infection rates than a control group. Unfortunately our local disgraced lefties cannot touch it – they only want to cherry pick opinion from the CDC and not actual science.

  96. jjf says:

    Coo, coo!

  97. Jason says:

    So nothing but nonsense and insults. And here I thought you had been begging for friendly, civil discourse, science, and facts. Bummer, you’re really letting us down.

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