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All the talk about Trump not being at the inauguration will be moot,

if Pence is President by then (#46), and he is then there for the swearing in of Biden (#47).

Major recognition needs to be given to the Navajo Nation for

Biden's win in AZ.

1. of the 85,000 registered voters on Navajo 76,000 voted. 89% turn out

2. Of those 76,000 voters 74,000 voted for Biden & 2,000 for Trump

UPDATE: Not sure why the link is no longer working, but here is a related link:


If you get no other information about the state of the election results

and the transition, do watch the first 20 minutes of The Last Word tonight. Lawrence O. really puts things into proper perspective and quells all the anxieties about whatever conspiracies there are.

It will be re-run later this evening or you can catch it later (tomorrow?) on MSNBC.com. Not sure, but maybe there will be youtubes of it, also.

Worth every minute....

Remember how all Trump wanted the new President of Ukraine to do was *announce* investigations?

Now put the many current lawsuits filed and dropped in various states in that context....

His MO is to insinuate and let everyone's imaginations run wild with it.

Trump the one in five? Perhaps this is what we're dealing with now:

One in five COVID-19 patients develop mental illness within 90 days: study - Reuters

Many COVID-19 survivors are likely to be at greater risk of developing mental illness, psychiatrists said on Monday, after a large study found 20% of those infected with the coronavirus are diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder within 90 days.


Listened to PE Biden's address,

I felt so reassured....

He has a very calming effect, because he knows the ins and outs of government, and he knows the law is on his side, and he exudes confidence, not bluster.... He showed empathy, even for Trump and his supporters - "I know what they're feeling. I know what it's like to lose; I get that." He chuckled about Pompeo and Pompeo's statement about a "peaceful transition to a second Trump administration."

Unflappable in the face of Trump's chaos.

Take heart, everyone....

Hilarious: Rev. Warnock for Senator from GA says, "Get Ready!"


We're all gonna have a good laugh when Trump realizes he's pissed away all his remaining time

and forgotten to pardon himself and all his criminal friends.

The law and the processes are on our side.

Trump can waste his time with whipping his tribe into a froth over the next 72 days, but at the end of it, he will be leaving the WH.

Understanding this might help:

Ways to react to a tantrum -

1. What do you say when a child has a tantrum?
"I understand why you're upset."
Sometimes empathy works to calm a tantrum. Depending on your child's age, you can tell them a story about a time you got frustrated. This also works to distract your kiddo from what they were upset about in the first place.

2. Should you ignore toddler tantrums?
Ignoring usually helps stop behaviors that your child is using to get your attention. This includes behaviors like throwing tantrums, whining, and interrupting. When you are ignoring, you do not look at your child or talk to him. Ignore all protests or excuses to get your attention.

Biden may not be able to move into the WH for a while:

Considering all the COVID cases coming out of the WH, there needs to be some serious decontamination:

Virus that causes Covid-19 can survive up to 28 days on surfaces, scientists find

Researchers find Sars-CoV-2 survives longer at lower temperatures and lasts 10 days longer than influenza on some surfaces

Australian scientists have found that the virus that causes Covid-19 can survive for up to 28 days on surfaces such as the glass on mobile phones, stainless steel, vinyl and paper banknotes.

The national science agency, the CSIRO, said the research undertaken at the Australian Centre for Disease Preparedness (ACDP) in Geelong also found that Sars-CoV-2 survived longer at lower temperatures.

It said in a statement the virus survived longer on paper banknotes than on plastic banknotes and lasted longer on smooth surfaces rather than porous surfaces such as cotton.

However, the experiment was done in a dark area which negates the effects of UV light. Peter Collignon, a professor of infectious diseases at the Australian National University, said this is known to reduce the life of the virus on surfaces.

“It is a factor, and that’s why the outside is probably again safer than inside because UV light is there and the virus can be inactivated on playgrounds and things in the sunshine,” he said.


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