Marjorie Taylor-Greene Says Voters Are ‘OVER COVID’ As Cases Spike…

Date: July 08, 2021

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“Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s latest comments about the coronavirus drew fierce backlash on Monday.

In a threaded “message from America to the swamp” that she posted on Twitter, the Georgia Republican bombastically declared that “no one cares” about the more transmissible delta variant of COVID-19 that is now making its way across the United States “or any other variant.”

“All voters are over Covid,” the QAnon conspiracy theory-endorsing lawmaker claimed, even though around 11,000 new infections are being recorded daily.

Citation:
https://www.huffpost.com/entry/marjorie-taylor-greene-covid-19-variant-claim_n_60e3f6cce4b03f72964e0f7a

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Mike Pillows’ BONKERS Election Claim Finally Has An End Date…

Date: July 07, 2021

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“Mike Lindell says that by this time next year, everything will be different and amazing. This all had to happen so our nation unites under God. He then plans on going after teachers’ unions, lawyers, and ambulance chasers.

Citation:
https://twitter.com/patriottakes/status/1412199617475797002?s=12

August 13th?…

…Why do we always have to wait some annoying amount of time, just to witness coming to pass what we already know?…I’m beginning to see this behavior as psychological warfare…They’re intentionally trying to keep people on edge and emerged in stress, all the damn time.

There may be some public protests…maybe some people will get arrested…the most unhinged could get violent…maybe some people get killed…but Trump is not being restored to the U.S. presidency.

Mike Pillow is already massively screwed due to his lies and insane behavior…He’s merely going all in “Hail Mary!” style, because he sees no other way out for himself…If this does not work, he has to face the music…and it’s over for him…

…He is the last person anyone should be trusting.

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Trump STUNNED John Kelly With Praise Of Hitler…

Date: July 07, 2021

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“On a visit to Europe to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of the first world war, Donald Trump insisted to his then chief of staff, John Kelly: “Well, Hitler did a lot of good things.”

The remark from the former US president on the 2018 trip, which reportedly “stunned” Kelly, a retired US Marine Corps general, is reported in a new book by Michael Bender of the Wall Street Journal.

Citation:
https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2021/jul/06/donald-trump-hitler-michael-bender-book

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A man discovers the horrifying consequence of revealing his original idea…

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Date: July 06, 2021

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“Chris is on a high: he just got engaged and has just made the biggest deal of his life. He wants to celebrate it by taking a trip down memory lane and revisits the bar where he made his first deal. But his ebullient mood is dragged down when he notices the other only customer there, Barry.

Barry’s in a dark, depressed mood and Chris takes it upon himself to cheer Barry up and help solve his problems. But Barry’s problem is a strange one: he has a truly original idea. But whenever he shares it… bad things happen. But Chris doesn’t believe Barry and is determined to prove him wrong.

Written and directed by N’cee Van Heerden, this clever, witty horror short takes the notion that there are no new truly original ideas and twists it into a deeply entertaining, compelling storytelling experience. Told with great polish and verve, it takes some time to set up its story. But once it gets going, it unravels its fascinating premise with cheeky self-assurance.

The film begins amiably enough, in the ambiance of a relaxing tiki bar, lit with the slick gleam of the modern Hollywood milieu and dynamic camerawork and movement. As Chris draws Barry out and Barry’s story unfolds, the storytelling goes into classic horror territory, but it visually maintains a sense of a heightened, slightly stylized world.

There is gore aplenty — though nothing is super-graphic — but this horror story is less about creatures and darkness. Instead, it maintains the energy and playfulness of a comedy in the editing, pacing and performances, with a rhythm and sensibility of a great (but gruesome) yarn.

The storytelling builds up suspense, raising the question of what exactly Barry’s idea is and building up Chris’s skepticism of Barry’s story. As the story jauntily approaches its climax with a cheeky, almost operatic sense of drama, it barrels towards a standoff — one that ends in the biggest irony of all.

“O.I.” is great fun, taking the classic narrative structure of a contagious curse and applying it in unexpected ways. It’s also a story that is aware of the film’s ultimate irony: for a story about the lack of originality, the idea itself is quite original, or at least very fresh, especially for a genre where its ardent fans love its conventions and rules. Maybe it’s not quite mind-blowingly original — but we might not be able to handle that much genius in the first place.

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