Donald Trump is likely to win. The 2020 Cheat Sheet
Playing to the dead-brain zone with lies?
- The Toronto Star said that, as of May 2019, Trump had made almost 5,000 false statements since his inauguration.
- FactCheck.org dubbed Trump the “King of Whoppers” in 2015.
- PolitiFact awarded Trump its “Lie of the Year” in 2015, 2017 and 2019.
- The Washington Post said in January 2020 that Trump had made more than 16,241 false or misleading claims as president, an average of about 14.8 such statements per day.
- According to a September 2018 CNN-SSRS poll of 1,003 respondents, only 32% percent found Trump honest and trustworthy, the worst read in CNN polling history. The number was 33% on election day, November 8, 2016. (Source: Wikipedia)
- Trump’s biggest lie is that he is in he White House for the people. Trump feels the rich should not pay taxes; he doesn’t want companies to pay costs for employees health care; but Americans support reproductive rights, affordable health care regardless of chronic illnesses like diabetes or obesity, and Americans. Trump holds events that make many Americans sick and some die. He appears not to be there for the people.
If so many people know that Trump is a liar, who elected Donald Trump?
In an election that has campaigns pretending to have expertise in QAnon, ProudBoys, OathKeepers, BlackLivesMatter, Antifa, PatriotPrayer, the NFAC, the candidates claim to know little to nothing.
For Donald Trump, one thing is clear just by attending one of his rallies, reports Monique Deslauriers, who took some pictures at a few rallies in the South, “the core of his rabble rousing rallies are the people who belong to the extreme-right gun-toting gangs.”
If it is the sign of the times that politicians are talking about extremist protest groups regularly, like the anti fascist movement which for all accounts has no structure but is nothing more than a concept that many people agree with, does anyone actually know what the sign means?
Demagoguery of Former Misfits. the Joiners of Terrorist Groups
Simon Baldock, an Israeli security analyst suggests that, “a 400 pound American with an IQ of 80 wearing a beard and toting a gun isn’t going to be welcomed in the Rotary Club or the Holy Name Society, Opus Dei or the pilot’s lounge at Miami Airport. They are misfits who are welcomed among extremist groups so long as they express enough of the right kind of hate at their admission hearing.”
“Extremists often target people who wish to fill a deep personal need—especially those who lack a sense of purpose or identity in this sometimes difficult world. Don’t be a puppet. Violent extremism isn’t the right way to deal with your problems or with those who have different beliefs,” says the FBI.
The United States Federal Bureau of Investigations has earned the topmost reputation for integrity and accuracy in the world therefore its advice is considered stellar.
Here it is: “Don’t Be A Puppet“
Violent extremists use many different reasons to convince people to join them. Most often, they want you to become angry or upset about a certain problem in the world and to believe that hurting other people or destroying certain groups or the government is the only solution. They might even promise that you will be happier or more special if you support them.
Determine which of the following statements a violent extremist might say:
- Death and destruction are the only ways to take back our nation.
- If you die for this cause, you will be admired by your family and rewarded in the afterlife.
- No one is at war with my religion.
- Violence and terrorism are the best ways to change government policy.
- We need you to join our fight and help us build the perfect world for our people.
- There are other ways besides violence to get what we want.
- The government is ignoring a serious threat to our cause. If you don’t respond, no one will.
- You are one of us. You must join our struggle.
- This is your fight, not mine.
- Dying for a radical group won’t make me a hero.
- Just because I know you doesn’t mean I agree with everything you say.
- Our leaders aren’t perfect, but we can change the system in peaceful ways.
- Governments that hurt our people or violate our beliefs must be destroyed.
- People with different beliefs and values can still live together in peace.
What does a normal group look like?
“Americans don’t talk nor do they care about groups that seek to prevent violence toward babies, women, or people of colour” says Baldock. “But a group like “ProudBoys” has twitter vibrating across the millions,” he added.
“Humans like to belong to something,” says Katie Alsop, a founder and leader of a global woman’s rights group. “Traditional motherhood and apple pie groups like the Boy Scouts of America, bankrupt from paying out lawsuits against its kiddie-diddlers, are gone,” she added. Boy Scouts of America faces some 300 lawsuits from men who say they were sexually abused as Scouts Read if you wish: BSA_An-Open-Letter-to-Victims.
There are many groups who are not misfits and not criminals.
“We [RINJ Women] belong to our families and to a concept of human rights that espouses equality and fairness. But we don’t think we are better or’ empowered’, which is a dangerous word, especially when it leads to violence as we have seen lately in public streets. We seek universal prosperity and joy through key global values like caring, sharing, and human development that stays within the bounds of safety and common sense, in the context of ‘all lives are equal’,” she added.
“We are not fond of guns, abortions, or harming any sentient being whether that is done by killing animals for their horns, dumping plastics into the environment or pouring carbon and toxins into the atmosphere,” she explained.
“So I can’t disagree with people forming groups for the betterment of society however gun toting is only for countries with jungles, man-eating tigers and poisonous snakes.”
The Russian effort is about to reach new extremes in slamming Trump’s opponent and bolstering him as the peaceful butterfly who stings like a bee”. Currently an estimated $5 to $10 million has been thrown into a bogus new media operation, part of which was closed down.
Russia has denied poisoning Alexei Navalny, Sergei Skripal, his daughter Yulia. Russia has also denied other cases and of course has denied the accusations in dozens upon dozens of indictment allegations made against Russian entities and actors set out in Internet_Research_Agency_(IRA) and Netyksho_et_al_indictments.
Russia has denied any and all wrong doing in all matters anywhere, at any time.
In the cases of “Peace Data” and “NAEBC”, it is fairly obvious that Russian actors are paying the bills say several sources who have provided content to the current and the previous disinformation campaign designed to influence the United States presidential election.
The bizarre crackpot lines that Trump uses regularly to slander his political opponents are echoed in many ways by a subset group of the Internet Research Agency, which was part of the effort, nevertheless a substantial player, in Trump’s 2016 win.
The Russians are back.
Back with the most confounding bafflegab in a subterfuge campaign written for what the Russian planners call “the dead brain zone of America”, according to three Russian sources who do not agree with what is happening.
“Prices are too high in Russia, rent, food and gas are too expensive and wages are not increasing so why can we afford to spend so much money on arms and on stupid games to interfere with other countries when our own people need the money,” said one Russian source in Syria.
Newsroom for American and European Based Citizens Adores Trump (“Trump floats like a butterfly and stings like a bee”), stirs up attacks against “Wicked Witch of the MidWest” and slams Biden-Harris perpetually. Another site, PeaceData has allegedly been shut down, but while its content is shelved on a different MySQL database, it is still very much alive.
One of the IRA’s minions writes: “The Wicked Witch of the MidWest blames Trump for “Dangerous Rhetoric”(sounds like a cool band) and says talking to and rubbing shoulders with these people is causing violence, but kneeling before your lords of the BLM and stating Police are evil and racist is A-OK!”
Russian operators have run far-right websites and social media accounts since June 2020 and earlier, that targeted American internet users during the stay-at-home times of the COVID-19 pandemic with pro-Trump and anti-Biden messaging. This included the first known Russian activity on platforms Gab and Parler.
The talking points are the same bizarre rants that come out of Trump’s mouth at campaign rallies and even from the White House.
The “Newsroom for American and European Based Citizens” and the “PeaceData” site, which has now allegedly shutdown but still operates a WordPress site with the announcement that it has been closed, defend militia group “The Proud Boys” and attack “Black Lives Matter”.
The St. Petersburg-based Concord Management and Consulting company plus two other Russian businesses, as well as 13 Russian individuals, were under US charges. The indictments allege Russian efforts to destroy the image of Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump’s political opponent in … Continue reading
Donald Trump Will Win A second Term
Donald Trump wants Amy Coney Barrett installed in the US Supreme Court before the election to stack the deck in the event there is a repeat of the 2000 conundrum between Al Gore and George W. Bush. On the basis of a Supreme Court decision Bush won Florida’s electoral college votes by a margin of only 537 ballots out of almost six million.
Trump has numerous election matters before the courts across the country and by the time the election day has come and gone, they will not be resolved and likely headed to the Supreme Court.
Trump is using money and promises of favours to buy an election.
Trump has appointed campaign team members to Cabinet portfolios regardless if the person has no credentials whatsoever for the post. An example would be Trump campaign donor Louis DeJoy, a North Carolina businessman, who became US Postmaster General on June 15. He replaced a skilled postmaster, Megan Brennan, whom Trump pushed out. Trump has often spoken of a plan to suppress voting by mail during the Coronavirus Pandemic in the hope that suppressing the vote will favour the incumbent.
Former CIA director John Brennan told CNN’s Jake Tapper last Tuesday that John Ratcliffe, another such appointee with absolutely no background in intelligence or law enforcement, “is anything but an intelligence professional”.
“It is appalling, his selective declassification of information,” said Brennan. “It is designed to advance the political interests of Donald Trump and Republicans who are aligned with him,” Brennan said. Brennan was referring to some bizarre allegations related to an election four years ago involving Hillary Clinton. John Lee Ratcliffe is an American politician who is now the Director of National Intelligence in the Trump administration. He previously served as the Representative for Texas’s 4th district from 2015 to 2020.
Trump’s biggest lie?
“The virus is going away,” says Trump.
Actually it isn’t. The USA has 8 million cases and climbing and the world just hit 38 million and rising a million every thirty hours on weekdays.
253 Locales report 366,360,125 COVID-19 cases of which there are 65,722,769 active cases, therefore 294,963,207 recoveries and 5,674,149 fatalities.
GMT 2022-01-28 01:24
Data reported should be in accordance with the applied case definitions and testing strategies in each locale as their governments report daily or from time to time.
All data researched and published by The RINJ Foundation and partners in CSPaC.
©The RINJ Foundation 2020-2022-01-28T01:24:56Z #Singapore-SK-HUK-77
RINJ is with Civil Society Solidarity Partners against COVID-19.
SARS2 Update 2022-01-28 01:24 GMT
- Global Population: 7,871,660,945
- 253 Regions reported 366,360,125 cases
- 65,722,769 cases active
- 5,674,149 people reported killed by COVID-19
- 1.55% is current Case Fatality Rate (CFR)
- 294,963,207 survived COVID-19
- 23.88% of all humans (1,879,427,441) have been infected
- 0.69% Global estimated inferred average Infection Fatality Rate (IFR)
(influenza is .1% or 6 per 100k (2019))
- 12,987,843 Total deaths (estimated actual) including errors, unexpected deaths with pneumonia indications with no history, and unreported likely-cause excess deaths such as people who never went to a hospital but had COVID-19 indications but never tested.
- 113.50% of the USA may have been infected including reported + estimated unreported mild and estimated asymptomatic (377,323,186.14) persons, some of whom may not have been ill in their first course of the disease, but could have spread the disease.
- 1.22% is USA current Case Fatality Rate (CFR) &
- 0.26% is estimated inferred average Infection Fatality Rate (IFR)
- 981,040 estimated total COVID-19 deaths including unreported likely-cause excess deaths. According to projections of IHME, IHME calculation of excess deaths is higher than what CSPaC is showing.
The American Epicenter has 42.49 % of global 'active' cases (27,922,844 USA / 65,722,769 Global), people infected with COVID-19 now.
Below: CSPAC estimated 2022-01-28 00:35 GMT COVID-19 data for India.
EPICENTER-2: India (40,620,197)
Note: India's reported death sum and cured data are widely seen among epidemiologists and biostatisticians as unreliable. For example, 2,707,909 is CSPAC estimated sum of deaths while India reports 492,356, creating the largest discepency in the world. India might only report hospital tested cases. Sources among hundreds of nurses and other medical practitioners provide a picture that in summary concludes most cases never present in a hospital especially in northern provinces where health care is less available and utilization is low anyway because of poverty, hence most people die at home in India. This theory could explain discrepancies between reported data and algorithmic estimates.
Data collected and reported by: Civil Society Solidarity Partners against COVID-19
COVID-19 Leadership Comparisons
U.S.A.: Joseph Biden
- 74,393,965 Cases
- 901,702 reported out of 981,040 Excess Deaths
- 45,569,419 Recoveries
India: Narendra Modi
- 40,620,197 Cases
- 492,356 Reported Deaths
- 37,677,328 Recoveries
Brazil: Jair Bolsonaro
- 24,782,922 Cases
- 625,169 Reported Deaths
- 22,098,157 Recoveries
UK: Boris Johnson
- 16,245,474 Cases
- 155,040 Reported Deaths
- 12,961,845 Recoveries
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Germany: Olaf Scholz
- 9,334,637 Cases
- 118,065 Deaths
- 7,443,300 Recoveries
Netherlands: Mark Rutte
- 4,131,630 Cases
- 21,253 Deaths
- 3,045,150 Recoveries
Canada: Justin Trudeau
- 3,007,419 Cases
- 33,348 Deaths
- 2,743,712 Recoveries
China: Xi Jinping
- 105,811 Cases
- 4,636 Deaths
- 98,814 Recoveries
South Korea: Moon Jae-In
- 777,497 Cases
- 6,654 Deaths
- 610,740 Recoveries
New Zealand: Jacinda Ardern
- 15,842 Cases
- 52 Deaths
- 14,549 Recoveries
Taiwan: Tsai Ing-wen
- 18,566 Cases
- 851 Deaths
- 16,407 Recoveries
White House Afflicted since 26 Sept. 2020
|1 Unidentified Campaign Staff||Trump Campaign|
|1 Unidentified Military||Driver Assigned to the US President|
|11 unidentified persons||Debate preparation staff or media|
|136 Secret Service Officers||Security details on Trump Campaign rallies.|
|2 unidentified Pence Staffers||Exposed to Marty Obst|
|2 unidentified Staffers||White House residence staff|
|Admiral Charles Ray||Vice Commandant of the Coast Guard|
|Al Drago||Press Room Photographer/Journalist|
|Andrew Giuliani||White House aide, Rudy's son|
|Barron Trump(14)||Son of Mr. and Mrs. Melania Trump|
|Ben Carson||United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development|
|Bill Stepien(42)||Trump campaign manager, former White House Director of Political Affairs|
|Boris Epshteyn||2020 Trump campaign strategic advisor for coalitions|
|Brian Jack||White House Director of Political Affairs and Assistant to the President|
|Chad Gilmartin||White House Press Room Staff|
|Charlton Boyd||aide to Jared Kushner|
|Chris Christie(58) H||FormerGovernor of New Jersey|
|Chuck Grassley||US Senator|
|Claudia Conway(15)||Daughter of Kellyanne Conway|
|Corey Lewandowski||2016 Trump campaign manager|
|Crede Bailey||Head of White House Security Office|
|David Bernhardt||Interior Secretary|
|David Bossie||Head of Citizens United; appointed by Trump to lead election challenge effort|
|Devin Nunes||US Representative from California|
|Donald Trump Junior||Son of 45th President of the United States|
|Donald Trump(74) H||45th President of the United States|
|Gen. Gary Thomas||Marine Corps assistant commandant|
|Greg Laurie(68)||Senior pastor of Harvest Christian Fellowship|
|Healy Baumgardner||2016 Trump campaign spokesperson and energy lobbyist|
|Hope Hicks(31)||Senior Counselor to the President|
|Jalen Drummond (31)||Assistant White House Press Secretary|
|Jayna McCarron (35)||(Lt. Cmdr.) US Coast Guard Aide to the President|
|Jeff Miller||Republican strategist and lobbyist|
|Jenna Ellis||Trump Campaign attorney|
|John I. Jenkins(65)||President of Notre Dame University|
|Karoline Leavitt||Assistant Press Secretary|
|Kayleigh McEnany (32)||White House press secretary|
|Kelly Loeffler||US Senator|
|Kellyanne Conway(53)||Former Counselor to the President|
|Liz and Dick Uihlein||Donors and founder of Uline|
|Marc Short(50)||Chief of Staff to M. Pence|
|Mark Meadows||White House Chief of Staff|
|Marty Obst(50)||Advisor to M. Pence|
|Matt Gaetz||Congressman from Florida|
|Melania Trump(50)||First Lady of the United States|
|Michael D. Shear & Wife||White House correspondent for The New York Times|
|Mike Bost(59)||US Representative from IL-12 exposed to Mike Lee (below)|
|Mike Lee (49)||United States Senator from Utah|
|Multiple unidentified staffers||White House staffers|
|Nicholas Luna (34)||Body man to Donald Trump|
|Nick Trainor||Trump Campaign Battleground States Director|
|Richard Walters||Chief of staff of the Republican National Committee|
|Rick Scott||US Senator, former Governor of Florida|
|Ron Johnson (65)||Senator from Wisconsin|
|Ronna McDaniel(47)||Chair of the Republican National Committee|
|Rudy Giuliani||Trump personal lawyer|
|Salud Carbajal (55) (D)||United States Representative from CA-24 (exposed to Mike Lee)|
|Stephen Miller (35)||Senior Advisor to the President|
|Thom Tillis (60)||United States Senator from North Carolina|
|Trish Scalia||Wife of Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia|
|Two unidentified journalists||White House press room journalists|
|unknown number of White House staffers||Attendees at Trump's Election Night party on 3 Nov.|
|Zach Bauer||Body Man to M. Pence|