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There is racism in our society. But we do not live in a racist society. There are racist police. The ones who killed and supervised the killing of George Floyd are abhorrent. But there is not stystemic racism among the police, according to a piece today by Heather MacDonald in the Wall Street Journal. She shares some startling facts: George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis has
President Trump weighs in at 244 pounds according to his latest offical health report, which “summarizes data” from checkups conducted between Novenmber 2019 and April 2020. At 6’3″, that gives the president a BMI of just 30.5, which makes the him obese. A BMI of 30 is obsese, while 25 is the threshold for being overweight. I’m not casting judgement. I’m not a fat shamer.
The Pentagon is not quite down with President Trump’s eagerness to send in the troops, it appears. According to the Washington Examiner: Defense Secretary Mark Esper delivered a strong condemnation Wednesday of the “murder” of George Floyd by Minnesota police officers while attempting to distance the Pentagon from politics and President Trump’s call to use the military to quell nationwide protests. “The killing of George
President Trump Wednesday denied that he hid out in the White House underground bunker as protests raged outside Friday night, saying that in fact he had gone down earlier in the day for a brief time to inspect the area. LISTEN: @realDonaldTrump says “there’s so much fake news going round” as he dispels reports that he went to a bunker on Friday night. During his
Vice President Biden portrayed himself as someone who could heal the country’s wounds – while saying President Trump was dividing the country with his racism, “hate,” and “narcisism.” Rarely has a presidential candidate used such inflammatory rhetoric, all while preaching tolerance and unity. He has to understand that he is also implicating the nearly half of Americans who support the president. “The president held up
Trump Derangement Syndrome may be denying people access to a potentially useful drug in the fight against COVID-19. And now, we may never know whether the drug works. From an opinion piece by editorial page writer Allysia Finely: The Lancet published a study on May 22 that purported to find a 30% increased risk of death for hospitalized Covid-19 patients treated with HCL or chloroquine,