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Old 13.09.2018, 07:37 PM
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think if you read up the Harvard study has been de-bunked as they used a very small sample 15 deaths from 3,299 households then extrapolated it across the whole island,even there report came with the large caveat.

the 3000 deaths cited in the headlines was the 2nd highest estimate but wonder why they never used the other studies that found

New York Times 1,052 deaths
Penn State 500 deaths
Puerto Rico DoH 1,194
University of PR 822 deaths
center for investigation 985

so the 3,000 guesstimate looks like they are as reliable as Lily Allen when it comes to knowing the real numbers and not believing the actual figures.

debunked by who?


in any case all those numbers are bigger than Trumps.



still no answers to the big questions or what the YT comment was about.



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so in a leaked tape from the executives at Google called the 2016 US election result "deeply offensive" but of-course can be trusted 100% when they say they don't play favourites with there secretive search algorithms that Trump and other Republicans called out last week.

also more Peter Strzok/Page texts showing then waging a campaign of Russia Leaks to the media.

none of that means much at all.





google executive react in a way that most other people did , a racist, sexist moron had just been elected.


is google not a private company?

and the changing the algorithms thing is nonsense, negative things are always more popular so hold higher search results.



if it was found that google had tried to manipulate results to show fake stories about republicans, that would at least be something.



that right wing drip is filled with crazy juice
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Old 13.09.2018, 07:56 PM
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If Trump said the sky is green I think Lee would find a way to defend him.

This has to be a parody account!
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Old 14.09.2018, 09:28 PM
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ok Lee can you defend Trump on,


when he was constructing one of his buildings, he asked what the dots were below the numbers in the lift.


he was told it was for the blind and told them to get rid of it as there wont be any blind people living his building, of course he was told they couldnt.
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Old 15.09.2018, 06:31 PM
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If Trump said the sky is green I think Lee would find a way to defend him.

This has to be a parody account!
well you do know what colour the sky is during the northern lights........

think a week or so back the media where excitingly talking about the great Bob Woodward book and all those great anti-Trump quotes.

now the book is out he wrote he was sceptical of the whole Steele dossier in the 1st place and said in interviews in over 2 years of extensive investigation he looked "hard" for any collusion and didn't find any.

ah bless the whole Trump/Russia nothing burger.
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ah bless the whole Trump/Russia nothing burger.

if he is innocent, he has been the one making himself look guilty af.
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Old 15.09.2018, 07:46 PM
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so a few weeks back Vote Leave where fined £61k by the electoral commission for breaking the referendum spending rules and people where up in arms wondering what impact this had on the vote.

yesterday in the high court a judge ruled that in fact Vote Leave had asked the very same electoral commission during the campaign if this was legal to pass money on to a different group and they said yes.then later denied every giving this advice but those pesky vote leave people had kept the evidence.

the judge yesterday said the commission didn't understand there own rules and on the fine it was "unconstructive" "arbitrary" and lacking "any rational basis".
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Old 15.09.2018, 08:15 PM
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if he is innocent, he has been the one making himself look guilty af.
well guess "guilty" Trump must be so worried about keeping the Russia story going that the most of the US media are saying within days we should get the full un-redacted Carter Page FISA application as he will declassify it and we will see what "evidence" and where it came from that the FBI had in the 1st place to surveil him and by proxy the Trump campaign.
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Old 15.09.2018, 09:06 PM
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so a few weeks back Vote Leave where fined £61k by the electoral commission for breaking the referendum spending rules and people where up in arms wondering what impact this had on the vote.

yesterday in the high court a judge ruled that in fact Vote Leave had asked the very same electoral commission during the campaign if this was legal to pass money on to a different group and they said yes.then later denied every giving this advice but those pesky vote leave people had kept the evidence.

the judge yesterday said the commission didn't understand there own rules and on the fine it was "unconstructive" "arbitrary" and lacking "any rational basis".
It is legal to pass money to another group yes.

That money must be declared. Vote leave didn’t declare it.

Vote leave broke electoral law.
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Old 16.09.2018, 08:33 AM
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Gotta love twitter, i've seen lots of angry tweets about the Daily Mail no longer supporting brexit, with people cancelling their subs.

So I picked up a copy yesterday to take a look, i'd say from reading the one issue they're still pro-leave but are now promoting a deal along the line of the one the PM is pushing, guess the new editor is less of a raving loon than the last.
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Old 18.09.2018, 04:42 AM
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Manafort a great man according to Trump, so might be able to offer some interesting evidence
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