CONGRATULATIONS YOU’VE GRADUATED FROM HIGH SCHOOL SO YOU ARE OLD ENOUGH TO VOTE FIRE TRUMP
2 million HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES WILL FIRE TRUMP 2020
TRUMP AND HIS BUSINESSES
IN OVER 3500 LAWSUITS OVER 30 YEARS
LIKE …. remember when the
Judge Approved a $25 Million Settlement For the Donald Trump University Lawsuit?????
Bill Clinton’s Message to the Class of 2020
“Seething resentments and a broken information system have empowered those who — for profit and power for themselves — are willing to inflame our worst instincts. It’s put your future, our democracy, and our very planet at risk.”
If you are loyal -- you get TRUMP'S backing -- If you aren't Trump sends the law after you! There is no more law only corruption.
There is no crime if there is no investigation, and there is no sickness if you don’t test! No test? No Numbers!
Testing is overrated. When you test, you have a grade. When you test, you find some students did not learn the material. If we didn’t do any testing, we’d have very few low grades.
If the State Department IG opens an investigation into the Secretary of State, and the Secretary of State promptly gets the IG fired–isn’t that…illegal?
Fired by Trump:
May 15, 2020 Steve Linick, State Department Inspector General May 1, 2020 Christi Grimm, HHS Inspector General April 7, 2020 Glenn Fine, Defense Department Inspector General Fine’s firing led to #PPEGATEThis well sourced and straightforward video details Trump’s PPE extortion scheme:
FIRED: April 3, 2020 Michael Atkinson , Intelligence Community Inspector General
Trump’s Graduation Speech Cold Open – SNL
AMERICA IS GOING TO FIRE TRUMP AND THE VICHY REPUBLICANS 2020
A new study estimates that a single minute of loud speaking generates at least 1,000 covid-containing droplets, and these droplets stay airborne for longer than eight minutes, and sometimes as long as 14 minutes.
The news: Thousands of droplets from the mouths of people who are talking loudly can stay in the air for between eight and 14 minutes before disappearing, according to a new study. The research, conducted by a team with the US National Institutes of Health and published in PNAS Wednesday, could have significant impact on our understanding of covid-19 transmission.
What’s the point: Respiratory viruses like SARS-CoV-2 are transmitted either by direct contact or when the virus hitches a ride on tiny droplets released into the air by a carrier. That’s why coughing and sneezing are important. But speech can release thousands of oral fluid droplets into the air too, and the researchers were interested in seeing how many were produced and how long they could remain airborne.
The findings: The researchers asked people to repeat phrases and used sensitive lasers to visualize the droplets they produced, watching them decay in a closed, stagnant air environment. On the basis of previous studies of how much viral RNA can be found in oral fluids in the average covid-19 patient, the researchers estimate that a single minute of loud speaking generates at least 1,000 virus-containing droplets. Their observations suggest these droplets stay airborne for longer than eight minutes, and sometimes as long as 14 minutes.
Former top U.S. vaccine official Rick Bright testifies before Congress. Bright alleged in a recent whistleblower complaint that he was demoted for prioritizing “science and safety over political expediency” and for raising concerns over a drug repeatedly pushed by President Trump as a possible cure for the novel coronavirus.
Sixth Avenue Express – Jörg Hegemann + Stefan Ulbricht
So Jörg Hegemannis a German jazz pianist who specializes in boogie-woogie. He’s playing for people in a bar in Bonn one day a few years ago when Stefan Ulbricht, a younger boogie and stride pianist, walks in to grab a beer. Ulbricht sees Hegemann, sits down on the bench and it’s like 0 – 120 in three seconds.