I wonder how the Miami Bay of Pigs Vets feel about the president calling them Cubans instead of Americans.
Of course! Trump is only concerned about Trump. Fuck his audience, let 'em die.Trump said in his interview with the Review-Journal that he is not afraid of getting the coronavirus from speaking at the indoor rally.
“I’m on a stage and it’s very far away,” Trump said. “And so I’m not at all concerned.”
I'm not so sure "extrajudicial killing" is an inappropriate term, though, because I think we need to distinguish between an unlawful killing done without any sort of official approval (e.g. George Floyd or the men killed by Kyle Rittenhouse) and those which the authorities condone as (in this case) "retribution."For one, we can stop calling it "extrajudicial killings" and refer to it in the more common form: murder.
There's a Wikipedia article on it.I'm not so sure "extrajudicial killing" is an inappropriate term, though, because I think we need to distinguish between an unlawful killing done without any sort of official approval (e.g. George Floyd or the men killed by Kyle Rittenhouse) and those which the authorities condone as (in this case) "retribution."
The UN, I think, uses the phrase "extrajudicial execution."
Agnès Callamard is the current United Nations Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions supported by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR).
Hey let's be fair. He did not say which troops.The Trump Make America Great Again Committee is run by both the Republican National Committee and the campaign.www.politico.com
- States with the highest poverty rates: 1) Mississippi, 2) New Mexico, 3) Louisiana, 4) West Virginia and 5) Alabama. What do all those states have in common? All except New Mexico are solidly Republican and delivered their electoral votes to Trump. Three of the five are controlled by Republican governors.
- The least educated states: 1) Mississippi, 2) West Virginia, 3) Louisiana, 4) Arkansas and 5) Alabama. All Trump states, and all but one controlled by Republican governors.
- States with the most violent crime per 100,000 residents: 1) Alaska, 2) New Mexico, 3) Tennessee, 4) Arkansas and 5) Nevada. Three of the five are Trump states governed by Republicans.
- States most dependent on federal handouts (the "taker" states): 1) Nevada, 2) Kentucky, 3) Mississippi, 4) West Virginia and 5) Montana. Are you catching the pattern here? Trump carried four out of five in 2016, and three have Republican governors.
Oh, I'm pretty damned sure they don't see high rates of poverty as a 'bad thing'. They believe that for winners to win, losers must lose. So the more losers there are, the more the 'winners' are winning, and that's just fine by them, as long as it's their own people 'winning'.
Who could blame him - your troops/troupes are just lame... or can they do this?Given that Trump did absolutely nothing when he received news the Russians were offering bounties for the death of US troops abroad, it's really a no-brainer which troops Trump supports.
I'm going to say that the article is using too broad a brush. I am very selective in my news diet. I avoid anything laudatory of Trump (already made my mind up on him long ago, and nothing so far has changed my mind) and I lean hard towards programs that offer a little more thought and background even if it's biased to the Left. Bias matters less to me than hearing what the White House and Fox don't want to tell me. So this air pollution they're talking about I'm not seeing.Something similar is going on now with many members of the press. They’re behaving like Mueller, wanting to be sure they observe proprieties that would have made sense when dealing with other figures in other eras. But now they’re dealing with Donald Trump, and he sees their behavior as a weakness he can exploit relentlessly.
Much as Mueller didn’t recognize these realities in time, neither did much of our print, broadcast, and cable media four years ago. Networks ran Trump’s rally speeches endlessly from mid-2015 onward, giving him free airtime valued at some $2 billion. Why his speeches, and not Hillary Clinton’s or Bernie Sanders’s? Because they were deemed great TV, and the channels’ own ratings went up when the rallies were on.