Donald Trump now the leading cause of death in the US. Goes super-spreader at Pennsylvania event

67 straight days of 9/11 on the road to what Trump wants, herd immunity that entails 6 million+ US deaths.

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— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) September 23, 2020

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— Joshua Potash (@JoshuaPotash) September 23, 2020

Former FBI Assistant Director Frank Figliuzzi has pointed out that a while back, Bumble Bee came out strongly against Donald Trump’s tariff and trade war, while its competitor StarKist came out in support of the tariffs.

— Sanho Tree (@SanhoTree) September 23, 2020

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— skapegote (@Kappie_123) September 23, 2020

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— Bumble Bee Seafoods (@BumbleBeeFoods) September 23, 2020

Trump, his children and several White House staffers have repeatedly retweeted QAnon-linked content online, according to researchers who track the spread of QAnon. As of late August, Trump alone had amplified social media accounts promoting QAnon content at least 216 times, Media Matters reported.

Last month, Trump made his most extensive comments to date when asked about QAnon during a press briefing at the White House.

“Well I don't know much about the movement, other than I understand they like me very much — which I appreciate,” he said, adding, “I've heard these are people that love our country.”

A reporter pressed him about “this belief that you are secretly saving the world from this satanic cult of pedophiles and cannibals — does that sound like something you are behind or a believer in?”

“Well, I haven't … heard that,” Trump replied. “But is that supposed to be a bad thing or a good thing? I mean, you know, if I can help save the world from problems, I'm willing to do it. I'm willing to put myself out there.”

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— Stephen King (@StephenKing) September 22, 2020

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— Brian Fallon (@brianefallon) September 23, 2020

Donald Trump claims coronavirus ‘affects virtually nobody’

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— Washington Post Opinions (@PostOpinions) September 23, 2020

In short, Trump has been quite open about his decision to avoid conflict with China to secure a trade deal, which he saw as a winning political prize. Trump was at it again Monday on “Fox & Friends.” When asked about a report that China lied to him about covid-19, he immediately jumped to his trade deal. He had to be prompted to comment on China’s responsibility for the almost 200,000 American deaths from the disease, about which he finally said, “They could have stopped it.”
Trump’s spin cannot change the record. Say “China,” he says “trade deal.” That election-year prize, not a confrontation with China over covid-19, has clearly dominated his thinking since January. He weighed the benefits of a trade deal against the potential cost to human life (of which he was well aware, as he told The Post’s Bob Woodward). For him, it was not even close. Voters, I am certain, will not see the trade-off the same way.

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— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) September 22, 2020

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— Todd Rowley🇺🇸🌎 (@ToddRowleyPA13) September 23, 2020

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— Andrew C Laufer, Esq (@lauferlaw) September 23, 2020

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