She said she was offered a settlement and the option to resign in lieu of being fired.

She was fired for insubordination and now she's grinding her axe as a disgruntled ex-employee.

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Nascar started up their season with The Real Heroes 400 race at Darlington Raceway, in Darlington, South Carolina

Absolutely pointless. Just open up already.

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Eric Trump claimed Saturday that the coronavirus will "magically" vanish after the November election and allow the country to fully reopen - an assertion that has no basis in science and is contradicted by health experts worldwide. In an interview with Fox News' Jeanine Pirro, Trump suggested the president's critics were using the pandemic to undermine his father's rallies, calling it a "cognizant strategy" that would cease once it was no longer politically expedient. "They think they are taking away Donald Trump's greatest tool, which is being able to go into an arena and fill it with 50,000 people every single time," the younger Trump said. "You watch, they'll milk it every single day between now and November 3. And guess what, after November 3, coronavirus will magically, all of a sudden, go away and disappear and everybody will be able to reopen." He also criticized former vice president Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic nominee, and boasted about crowd sizes at President Donald Trump's political events. The Biden campaign pushed back against Trump's comments, calling them "unbelievably reckless." "We're in the middle of the biggest public health emergency in a century, with almost 90,000 Americans dead, 1.5 million infected, and 36 million workers newly jobless," said Biden communications director Kate Bedingfield in a statement. "So for Eric Trump to claim that the coronavirus is a political hoax that will 'magically' disappear is absolutely stunning and unbelievably reckless." She also accused the Trump administration of being "desperate to do whatever they can to throw up a smoke screen to try to conceal his historic mismanagement of this crisis." Leading health officials have repeatedly warned that the coronavirus will not go away by fall and that a...

I remember in 2018 and 2019 when all the Russian Collusion hoax nonsense was pervasive in the media that we were all saying "You think this stuff is bad now, wait till 2020 when Trump runs for reelection." Well, here we are, as predicted. Covid is the greatest scam of all-time and it's all because the establishment and the media want to get rid of Trump.

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Major League Baseball players will be prohibited from taking showers after games and there will be no fist-bump celebrations or spitting sunflower seeds in the dugout, according to a return-to-play guidelines drafted by league officials. The new restrictions, which have to be approved by the players

No showers? Don't they realize that running water is good to wash Covid off?

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He wuz a good boy. He look like that other boy, Obama.

He dindoo nuffin.

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The head of the emergency department at a Manhattan hospital committed suicide after spending days on the front lines of the coronavirus battle, her family said Monday.

“She tried to do her job, and it killed her,’’ Dr. Philip Breen told the New York Times"

ONLY YOU CAN COWARDLY TAKE YOUR OWN LIFE.

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Researchers tracking smartphone data say they recently made a disturbing discovery: For the first time since states began implementing stay-at-home orders in mid-March to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus, Americans are staying home less. The nationwide shift during the week of April 13 was relatively slight. However, any loss of momentum, particularly when stay-in-place orders remain in effect across most of the country, has some public health experts worried about "quarantine fatigue." Any increase in travel, they say, is premature when staying home remains the most effective way to limit the spread of the virus until widespread testing and contact tracing become available. "We saw something we hoped wasn't happening, but it's there," said Lei Zhang, lead researcher and director of the Maryland Transportation Institute at the University of Maryland. "It seems collectively we're getting a little tired. It looks like people are loosening up on their own to travel more." Zhang said he anticipates the number of people staying home will continue to drop as some states begin allowing businesses, beaches and other public facilities to reopen. That process began last week in South Carolina and Georgia. Public health experts say any data showing widespread public resolve or cooperation beginning to wane is noteworthy. Because this is the first U.S. pandemic in 100 years, they don't know how long people are willing to tolerate cabin fever for the greater good. They say they're not surprised, however, that a slide occurred in a week that saw the first highly publicized challenges to such orders by protesters and President Donald Trump, who tweeted his support to "liberate" states from shutdowns. The White House also released federal guidelines that week for states seeking to reopen their economies. And a growing...

The 'experts' have been wrong about virtually everything with this so far. There is no reason to take them seriously anymore.


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The 'experts' have been wrong about virtually everything with this so far. There is no reason to take them seriously, anymore.

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She’s been the rising political star in a dynasty where other would-be heirs to the Kim dynasty wound up dead.

Mommy.

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"“One duck is able to eat more than 200 locusts a day"

That's a lot of duck shit.

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