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What's that saying about you can't make a man can't understand something if

his paycheck depends on him not understanding it?

https://twitter.com/DarthPutinKGB/status/867258797609414656

Your Daily Motivation:

https://twitter.com/YareYareZawa/status/867111752433102849

Your Daily Greenwald keeps setting the bar lower and lower...

https://twitter.com/zatchry/status/867041581894971392

https://twitter.com/ggreenwald/status/866993811419009024

Can we get back the 2014 Greenwald? The one who made lists of every journalist who didn't give Obama/Clinton the Fox News/InfoWars/Breitbart/NewsMax flavor of coverage, and gleefully pilloried each one? The Greenwald who said any journalist who wasn't critical of the Obama WH was a beltway insider stenographer lapdog?

Time to face facts: Assange played the left like a fiddle on TPP

TPP nations agree to pursue trade deal without US

In a pushback against the Trump administration's protectionist rhetoric, 11 nations in the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal have agreed on Sunday to proceed without the U.S. The 11 nations met on the sidelines of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) meeting for trade ministers in Hanoi and agreed to assess options to bring the deal into force "expeditiously."

"These efforts would address our concern about protectionism, contribute to maintaining open markets, strengthening the rules-based international trading system, increasing world trade, and raising living standards," the group said in a ministerial statement on Sunday. The group said it aimed to complete the assessment before it meets again on the margins of the APEC Economic Leaders' Meeting in mid-November in Vietnam.

TPP had been considered all but dead after U.S. President Donald Trump pulled the U.S. out of the pact, a broad 12-nation trade deal, which he claimed was a "disaster" that would hurt U.S. manufacturing. Although Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe had initially said that the TPP would be "meaningless" without the U.S., more recently, Japanese officials had begun to second calls from Australia and New Zealand to proceed without the U.S.

http://www.cnbc.com/2017/05/20/tpp-nations-agree-to-pursue-trade-deal-without-us.html

I remember when TPP threads used to dominate GD... Might as well be 50 years ago with all the shit that's happened since then...

What in fuck's name happened to Dennis Kucinich?

https://twitter.com/RealAlexJones/status/865174830496317441


NOTE: For those who still don't get it, this is an example of "alt-left"

Your Daily Greenwald keeps setting the bar lower and lower...

https://twitter.com/Wilson__Valdez/status/864619541653069824

MEANWHILE, in Tennessee...

https://twitter.com/austincarrico/status/864673769117405185

http://www.commercialappeal.com/story/news/2017/05/17/fight-night-erupts-during-arlington-graduation-ceremonies/327084001/

Am I the only one who is starting to think Trump WANTS to fail?

Kind of like the teenager whose parents made him get a summer job and he hates it so much he's trying everything he can to force his boss to fire him?

Glenn Greenwald reminds us who the real villain is: Obama and his "war on whistleblowers"

https://twitter.com/speechboy71/status/864572165177442304/photo/1

Cowardly cockroach piece of shit... Anyone still want to defend him? Or take a run at me?

Your daily smokescreen from our leftbro buddies Tracey and Jilani

https://twitter.com/Wilson__Valdez/status/864348186936197122
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