Beijing has held military drills near the Taiwan Straits and has deployed marines and missiles to its southern coast.

Biden =bye bye Taiwan

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In a surprise news conference on Thanksgiving Day, President Trump took questions from the press for the first time since losing re-election—but he doubled down on his “rigged” election claims and appeared to deny the reality that his presidency is ending, saying it will be “very hard” for him to concede to Joe Biden.“I think it’s not right he’s trying to pick a Cabinet,” Trump complained after railing against the supposed “massive fraud” that he claims gave Biden victory.Reiterating his claims of voter fraud in Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Georgia despite the fact that state authorities have already certified the election results in those states, Trump appeared to become combative when asked if he would concede if the Electoral College votes for Biden on Dec. 14. Although he eventually did say he would exit the White House if the vote were not in his favor, that answer came after he first repeatedly cast doubt on the Electoral College and election in general. “It’s going to be a very hard thing to concede. Because we know there was massive fraud,” he said when first asked if he would concede. Pennsylvania Certifies Biden as Winner, Driving Stake in Trump’s Legal Effort“Time isn’t on our side … this was a massive fraud, this should never take place in this country, we’re like a third-world country,” he said, suggesting that faulty vote-counting machines gave Biden millions of extra votes.Asked a second time if he would concede if the Electoral College votes for Biden, Trump responded, “Well if they do they made a mistake,” before saying it’s a “possibility” and scolding a reporter who pressed him on the issue: “Don’t talk to me that way, you’re just a lightweight.”Asked by another reporter if he would “leave this building” if the Electoral College elects Biden, he said, “Certainly, I will.”While Trump and his legal team have repeatedly looked to throw out votes in states that Joe Biden carried, none of their challenges have proved successful.Key states such as Michigan, Pennsylvania and Georgia—all of which Trump carried in 2016, before flipping blue this year—certified their results this week, ensuring they will send a Democratic slate of voters to the Electoral College. Wisconsin and Arizona, two more states that flipped to Biden, are set to certify their results next week.“Massive fraud has been found. We’re like a third world country,” Trump said, before launching back into allegations of voter fraud that have been repeatedly rebuffed in court and by state election officials of both parties.“I did so well ... that they didn’t know what to do,” he said at one point of election results in Georgia, claiming that ballots for him were “thrown away.”“I don’t know what is going to happen. I know one thing, Joe Biden did not get 80 million votes. And I got 74 million but there were many ballots thrown away, so I got much more than that. But I got 74 million, 74 million is 11 million more than I got last time. … And it’s millions more than Hillary Clinton got.”Underneath all of the bravado, Trump at one point slipped up and blasted “the Biden administration,” apparently inadvertently recognizing Biden’s win.While Trump has refused to concede and maintained that somehow, he would win states he had already lost, his administration has relented behind the scenes.Earlier this week, Emily Murphy, the head of the General Services Administrations—a Trump appointee—signed off on a letter officially allowing the presidential transition to begin. Murphy had previously refused to do so, a partisan move from a historically non-partisan agency.Even Trump appeared to have a moment of clarity Thursday regarding a potential COVID-19 cure and his future (or lack thereof) in the White House.“Don’t let Joe Biden take credit for the vaccine,” he said.Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.

2020 fake elections

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A recent report from the Harvard student newspaper claimed that 90 percent of the freshman class preferred Joe Biden to Donald Trump in November's presidential election. As one conservative student explains, "I was well aware that I was going to be in the extreme minority, and that I just have to learn to live with that."

Now what dumb ass frosh would share his politically conservative view?

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Pope Francis has invited 5 NBA players to his home court -- The Vatican -- for a 1-hour meeting Monday about social justice issues.

There is ONLY justice

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A 15-year-old boy was arrested in a shooting that left eight people injured at a Wisconsin mall last week, authorities said Sunday.

BS. Show his face. Age being used as a weapon.

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With a major hit in the service sector, the child care gap, and the systemic wealth gap, the economy brought on by the pandemic is hurting a lot of families, especially for families of color.

Like George Carlin said, "The government does not give a damn about you, because you're not in the club."

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Dr. Ashish Jha warns that the U.S. could “see another 100,000 deaths by Inauguration Day.” Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont explains what he's doing to control Covid.

I know a couple Covid deaths today. It caused a head-on collision, at the intersection of State Line Rd and Access Rd.

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Governor Gretchen Whitmer (D-MI) said Thursday on MSNBC's "All In" that Michigan election officials should be aware there are legal "ramifications" possible for attempts to disenfranchise Black voters. | Clips

Fake and illegal votes. Self-destruct commie

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Numbers released ahead of this year's Trans Day of Remembrance show a rise in transgender murders.

Sounds like a "Personal Problem", to be offended.

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David Atkins, Twitter avatar California Democrat David Atkins this week called for Trump supporters to be “deprogrammed” in “post WWII” type reeducation camps. pic.twitter.com/IgUUOP6nfq — Guy Benson (@guypbenson) November 19, 2020 “No seriously…how *do* you deprogram 75 million people? Where do you start? Fox? Facebook?” Atkins said. “We have to start thinking in terms of…

First of all, it's 80,000,000 who voted for Trump, and they have families; 160,000,000 easy. Lead pilled or Red Pilled.

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