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'Putin's Piglet': Russian Media Admits Trump Lost the Debate

Russian media concedes Biden won the debate, but predicts Trump will prevail in a rigged election thanks to the Supreme Court.


Hillary Clinton spilled the beans on MSNBC re: Russian $$$, Deutsche Bank & Trump Organization

Clip for anyone interested:

The only time Trump shut up

Millions paid more than your puny $750 in taxes. Can we get our names on food boxes instead?

The Agriculture Department last week began mandating that millions of boxes of surplus food for needy families include a letter from President Donald Trump claiming credit for the program.

The USDA’s $4 billion Farmers to Families Food Box Program has distributed more than 100 million boxes to those in need since May, with the aim of redirecting meat, dairy and produce that might normally go to restaurants and other food-service businesses. But organizations handing out the aid complain the program is now being used to bolster Trump’s image a month before a high-stakes election — and some even have refused to distribute them.

“In my 30 years of doing this work, I've never seen something this egregious,” said Lisa Hamler-Fugitt, executive director of the Ohio Association of Food Banks. "These are federally purchased boxes.”


A reminder that Roger Stone has been linked to the Proud Boys since 2018.

Jul 8, 2020 - Politics & Policy
Facebook bans accounts linked to Roger Stone and far-right Proud Boys


Facebook announced Wednesday it removed nearly 100 social media accounts and pages with links to Trump associate Roger Stone and the Proud Boys, a far-right group, for posting misinformation.

Why it matters: Facebook began looking into the accounts as part of an investigation into the Proud Boys' attempt to return to Facebook following a 2018 ban. The accounts posed as Florida residents and shared misinformation about local politics, land and water resource bills as well as misinformation about Stone's trial, books and media appearances.

The network of accounts consisted of 50 Facebook pages, 54 Facebook accounts and four Instagram accounts.

Nearly 260,000 people followed more than one of the removed Facebook pages, and 61,500 people followed one or more of the Instagram accounts.

The groups and individuals behind the accounts spent about $308,000 on advertising.


There are monsters under trump's bed


Obama to Biden: Did you take the high road like I told you?

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