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saintpaulguy

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Not much different than an American Mulaney talking about Ireland.
 

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Your group think shaming doesn't work on independent thinkers. I don't need ignorant people from a foreign country to tell me what I should think about POTUS.

The UV therapy absolutely makes sense. There's nothing silly about that in any way.

The "disinfectant" sounds funny of course, but we have no idea what he's talking about. He's obviously not talking about injecting bleach. What people should be asking is "what was he referencing with that comment?".
HE ALREADY BACKTRACKED!!!!! He said he was being sarcastic!

You are so close to literally drinking the kool-aid
 

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And then, in a mass celebration, they'll all inject disinfectant together, rather than drink poison KoolAid. It's the new, popular way for the Death Cult to follow the leader.
After the election he has no more use for them....
 

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You think Dr. Fauci needs to bow to Trump? Dr. Fauci is 79 years old. He is in a perfect position to destroy Trump if he wanted to. He would be a hero to the left.

It’s obviously not what he’s concerned about.
If Dr. Fauci wants to go in front of the mic daily to try to keep America informed, he cannot cross the lines against Trump. You know this. Stop acting silly.
 

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B/c he made a really dumb suggestion about investigating disinfectants?

Biden says dumb stuff all the time, but you’re going to vote for him. Hypocrite.
"Really dumb"? Really dumb???? It's so far worse than that.
 

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The UV therapy absolutely makes sense. There's nothing silly about that in any way.

The "disinfectant" sounds funny of course, but we have no idea what he's talking about. He's obviously not talking about injecting bleach. What people should be asking is "what was he referencing with that comment?".
CRG, I think you’ll enjoy this:
 
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If Dr. Fauci wants to go in front of the mic daily to try to keep America informed, he cannot cross the lines against Trump. You know this. Stop acting silly.
How many times would Fauci have to specifically say this is false, before you stopped flaunting this conspiracy theory?
 

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Our best scientists and medical professionals have been wasting time on wild goose chases.

At last, they have been properly directed and laser-focused!

Thousands of researchers, right this moment, are looking for ways to bathe the inside of a living human body with ultraviolet light.

Here it is, the direct quote, from the President of the United States (and he really is president, I'm not making that up!):

  • "Suppose that we hit the body with a tremendous, whether it's ultraviolet or just very powerful light," Trump said at the White House coronavirus press briefing, adding: "Supposing you brought the light inside the body, which you can do either through the skin or in some other way."

We are so incredibly fortunate to have this true visionary as our president now, in our hour of need.

Watching Dr. Birx's face and reaction at this crucial moment (which seemed to last an eternity, as she appeared to be wishing she could curl up in a tiny ball and vanish) I had one thought:

We are saved! Finally, we have the CEO/businessman president we've so long desired!
 

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How many times would Fauci have to specifically say this is false, before you stopped flaunting this conspiracy theory?
It's a conspiracy theory that people who displease Trump get fired?

He would be removed/demoted and y'all would tell us that he was actually a terrible person who the entire administration dislikes and they've been wanting to fire for months, but they finally got around to it. When asked, Trump would say "I barely knew the gentleman."

We've seen this movie a couple dozen times.
 

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A) Dear Leader The Earth's Personification of All That is Holy and Perfect said he was being sarcastic. The message may not have reached Jonestown yet, but you can stop defending his suggestions as valid.

B) Your little video never once talks about disinefectant.

C) Your little video talks a lot about UV rays in rooms, not bodies.

D) Do you think small mom and pop shops are making those UV machines?
 

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You think Dr. Fauci needs to bow to Trump? Dr. Fauci is 79 years old. He is in a perfect position to destroy Trump if he wanted to. He would be a hero to the left.

It’s obviously not what he’s concerned about.
Yeah, OK. Fauci is already destroying Trump indirectly, not that that is difficult; and Fauci and Birx are the only two regulars up on that stage that anyone with any common sense listens to at all.

Fauci, like I said before, is the only real adult in that room who won't lie or directly placate Trump too much. Birx clearly placates him. Fauci still won't attack Trump directly, no matter how many stupid things Trump says. The US - nay, the world - needs a Fauci who is even stronger than he already is.
 

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Amazing. Dear Leader suggests using a disinfectant inside the body, and CRG is so eager to believe that the God-King has not misled him that he misses the fact that Dear Leader has since said it was all sarcasm.
This is like a social experiment. How far can Trump go before his Followers finally wake up to reality?
 

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Yeah, OK. Fauci is already destroying Trump indirectly, not that that is difficult; and Fauci and Birx are the only two regulars up on that stage that anyone with any common sense listens to at all.

Fauci, like I said before, is the only real adult in that room who won't lie or directly placate Trump too much. Birx clearly placates him. Fauci still won't attack Trump directly, no matter how many stupid things Trump says. The US - nay, the world - needs a Fauci who is even stronger than he already is.
So you agree that Fauci doesn’t bow to Trump and speaks the truth as he knows it. Thanks.

Fauci has said that Trump has not overruled him and always listens, probably best indicated by Trump’s rebuke of Gov Kemp.
 

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So you agree that Fauci doesn’t bow to Trump and speaks the truth as he knows it. Thanks.

Fauci has said that Trump has not overruled him and always listens, probably best indicated by Trump’s rebuke of Gov Kemp.
What Fauci says is generally truth. He very clearly omits saying all of the truth that he thinks, especially when he's around Dear Leader.
 

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What Fauci says is generally truth. He very clearly omits saying all of the truth that he thinks, especially when he's around Dear Leader.
So you can conveniently believe what you want of what he says and disbelieve anything that you don’t want.
 

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So you can conveniently believe what you want of what he says and disbelieve anything that you don’t want.
It's quite obvious that there remain stark differences between what Fauci says on that podium in front of Dear Leader, and what he says in private, other forums, and what an expert of his pedigree really knows.
 

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It's quite obvious that there remain stark differences between what Fauci says on that podium in front of Dear Leader, and what he says in private, other forums, and what an expert of his pedigree really knows.
You mean when MSM news anchors try their best to make some separation between him and Trump?

Fauci has learned how the media distorts his words and is much more careful. He’s a novice, but he’s learning. Like when he slapped the reporter down for asking if he was asked or coerced to make a statement.
 

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You mean when MSM news anchors try their best to make some separation between him and Trump?

Fauci has learned how the media distorts his words and is much more careful. He’s a novice, but he’s learning. Like when he slapped the reporter down for asking if he was asked or coerced to make a statement.
LOL. Defend thy Dear Leader, my man. You rock!
 

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A non-response response. You have to have the last word even though it’s dumb.
You have to be of pretty low intellect to actually believe that what Fauci says at that podium is of the exact same sentiment as what he knows and what he says elsewhere. There is already plenty of evidence of the latter, if you'd ever get out of your Echo Chamber bubble of sheltered information and misinformation and disinformation. Not that proof of you being wrong ever changed your wrong opinion.
 

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You have to be of pretty low intellect to actually believe that what Fauci says at that podium is of the exact same sentiment as what he knows and what he says elsewhere. There is already plenty of evidence of the latter, if you'd ever get out of your Echo Chamber bubble of sheltered information and misinformation and disinformation. Not that proof of you being wrong ever changed your wrong opinion.
And here come the insults. A sure sign of losing. Especially for cnnman.
 
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