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Mr. Allen Johnson, you nailed it. If any professional spoke like Trump to his clients, he or she would be sanctioned and disbarred from the respected professional association. His ignorance attracts the ignorant, his anger attracts the angry, his bullying attracts the bullies, and his deceit attracts those with fear of personal honesty. Unfortunately, these qualities attract nearly 50% of Americans and silence his peers in the Republican party.
Another day in the hate filled life of the N&R.
Another newspaper editor that ignores the wave of black crime hitting our community, but yet never misses an opportunity to publish lies and hearsay.
Allen Johnson said : " As has been pointed out over and over, a new report in The Atlantic magazine that this president denigrated American war dead is hardly out of character."
The Atlantic story has fallen apart* yet the editor is still repeating a two year old , anonymously sourced lie, trusting his fellow Trump haters that it will have the illusory truth effect,
" This hit piece continues to get debunked by people who were actually a part of the disputed discussion on whether Trump should make the trip does not matter to The Usual Suspects, including disgraced former CBS News anchor and noted Trump hater Dan Rather, who demonstrated Tuesday that he has learned absolutely nothing from the Rathergate scandal " Dan Rather .. talk about a loser !
Next Johnson said : "Then there's the latest revelation that Trump intentionally downplayed the seriousness of the coronavirus when he knew better"
If this alleged deceit was urgent information that the public should know then it was Bob Woodward's duty to publish it and not sit on it for pimping book sales.
Fauci says Trump did not 'distort' impact of the pandemic
BY NATHANIEL WEIXEL - 09/09/20 Anthony Fauci on Wednesday said he doesn't think President Trump was publicly distorting the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
During an interview with Fox News's John Roberts, Fauci said Trump's public press conferences in the early spring mostly echoed what members of the White House coronavirus task force were telling him in private.
"I didn't see any discrepancies between what he told us and what we told him and what he ultimately came out publicly and said," Fauci, the country's top infectious diseases expert and head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said."
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