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  1. Lindsey Graham Gay Rumors Erupt Again as Escort Threatens to Out ‘Homophobic Republican Senator’ JUNE 6, 2020 BY ANDY TOWLE Lindsey Graham’s sexual orientation and hypocrisy became a trending topic on social media this week after gay adult performer and escort Sean Harding threatened to out a “homophobic Republican Senator who is no better than Trump who keeps passing legislation that is damaging to the lgbt and minority communities.” Harding claimed that “every sex worker [he] knowhas been hired by this man,” whom he named only as “LG”. Followers of Harding and other Twitter users quickly pointed their fingers at the senator from South Carolina. Tweeted Harding: “There is a homophobic republican senator who is no better than Trump who keeps passing legislation that is damaging to the lgbt and minority communities. Every sex worker I know has been hired by this man. Wondering if enough of us spoke out if that could get him out of office? Fellow sex workers I invite you to stand with me during this crucial time. EVERY major news network is in my inbox including high profile lawyers willing to take this case. There’s strength in numbers – I KNOW you’re out there because EVERYONE has a story about LG when we talk.” Harding added: “I cannot do this alone. If you’d be willing to stand with me against LG please let me know. …. So far I have two individuals who would be willing to go public and support my claims. Anyone else?” Harding’s claim led to a slew of similar reports, and “Lady G”, the name by which Graham is allegedly discussed among escorts, began trending on Twitter. The flurry of accusations caught the eye of well-known PR and crisis expert Howard Bragman, who wrote on Facebook, “This could get really interesting really quickly for a certain incumbent Senator from South Carolina who’s up for re-election. Stay tuned to this one.” Sex columnist and LGBTQ activist Dan Savage approved, tweeting: “Outing is a brutal tactic that should be reserved for brutes. Lady G more than qualifies.” Read More: https://www.towleroad.com/2020/06/lindsey-graham-gay-2/
  2. Donald Trump ‘bullied and got nasty’ with Theresa May during phone calls, officials claim Former prime minister got nervous and flustered during ‘humiliating’ conversations with US president, Carl Bernstein investigation reveals Adam Forrest | 3 hours ago Donald Trump repeatedly tried to demean Theresa May when she was UK prime minister during a series of “humiliating and bullying” conversations, according to a US report. The US president is said to have attacked Ms May as weak — calling her “a fool” in her approach to Brexit, NATO and immigration during phone calls held between 2016 and 2019. Stunning new claims about Mr Trump’s calls with world leaders were made by Carl Bernstein in CNN report, based on accounts from dozens of top officials privy to the conversations in real time or printouts soon afterwards. “He’d get agitated about something with Theresa May, then he’d get nasty with her on the phone call,” one source told Mr Bernstein, best known for his involvement in breaking the Watergate scandal. Ms May reportedly became “flustered and nervous” during her conversations with the US president. “He clearly intimidated her and meant to,” said one of the CNN sources. Mr Trump’s most savage verbal attacks have been aimed at female heads of state, officials suggested — with German chancellor Angel Merkel reportedly coming in for especially rough treatment. Like Ms May, Ms Merkel was subjected to “near-sadistic” diatribes during her calls with the American leader. “Some of the things he said to Angela Merkel are just unbelievable: he called her ‘stupid’, and accused her of being in the pocket of the Russians,” said one official. However, unlike the ex-prime minister, Ms Merkel is said to have remained completely calm in the face of the rants, often reciting facts and figures in response, “like water off a duck’s back”. The calls were felt to be so unusual that special measures were taken to make sure they remained secret, according to a German official — who claimed that the circle of people involved in monitoring the calls had been reduced. By contrast, Mr Trump is said to have enjoyed friendly calls with Russian president Vladimir Putin and Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan, despite being unprepared and “outplayed” by these autocratic leaders. One official said Mr Trump “thinks he can build himself up enough as a businessman and tough guy that Putin will respect him”, while another said the conversations with the Russian leader sounded like “two guys in a steam bath”. The US president also “boasted” about his own personal wealth to heads of state such as Saudi heir Mohammed bin Salman and North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un. Two sources told CNN that the calls led several former Trump officials — including national security adviser John Bolton, defence secretary James Mattis, secretary of state Rex Tillerson and White House chief of staff John Kelly — to conclude that the president was often “delusional”. The White House’s deputy press secretary Sarah Matthews responded to the claims by stating: “President Trump is a world class negotiator who has consistently furthered America’s interests on the world stage … President Trump has shown his ability to advance America’s strategic interests.” https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/trump-theresa-may-builled-nasty-phone-calls-merkel-putin-a9592756.html
  3. Thank god Carly Fiorina decided not to run for president. America would probably bankrupt if she becomes the president. Carly Fioina has one of the worst track record. She did nothing but spending money touring around the world when she was the CEO of HP. HP had the worst financial status during her time and was forced to split into 2 companies, and one of them merged with another dying entity Compaq She was eventually terminated by the HP board, just like Mariah got terminated by Virgin.
  4. So glad that both Last Supper & Mona Lisa are not in Spain.
  5. Trump family asks court to block tell-all book by president’s niece Mary TUE, JUN 23 20205:49 PM EDT | Dan Mangan The family of President Donald Trump is asking a court to block the publication of a forthcoming tell-all book written by Trump’s niece, Mary Trump. Trump’s brother, Robert Trump, has sought a restraining order against Mary Trump and her publisher Simon & Schuster in Queens County Surrogate’s Court in New York, the same court that handled the estate of the president’s late father, Fred Trump Sr., according to The New York Times. President Trump has said that Mary Trump signed a nondisclosure agreement when she settled a court fight related to the estate. Mary’s book, “Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man,” is scheduled to be published July 28. The family of President Donald Trump is asking a court to block the publication of a forthcoming tell-all book written by Trump’s niece, Mary Trump, her lawyer and publisher confirmed Tuesday. The New York Times, citing a person familiar with the matter, first reported Tuesday afternoon that Trump’s brother, Robert Trump, sought a restraining order against Mary Trump and the publisher Simon & Schuster in Queens County Surrogate’s Court in New York. That is the same court that handled the estate of the president’s late real estate developer father, Fred Trump Sr. Mary is the daughter of Fred Trump Jr., the president’s late older brother. President Trump has said that Mary Trump, 55, signed a nondisclosure agreement when she settled a court fight related to the estate. “She’s not allowed to write a book,” Trump told the news site Axios last week. The White House declined to comment for this article. Mary’s book, “Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man,” is scheduled to be published on July 28. Despite no physical copies being available for sale yet, the book is No. 5 on the Amazon.com bestseller list as a result of pre-publication sales. The Daily Beast earlier reported the existence of the nondisclosure agreement, and the expectation that Mary Trump would out herself in the book as having been the primary source for the Times’ Pulitzer Prize-winning series about President Trump’s finances. The Times stories relied on tax returns by the president’s father, Fred Trump Sr., and other private family financial records. Simon & Schuster on its website says Mary Trump’s book is a “revelatory, authoritative portrait of Donald J. Trump and the toxic family that made him.” Robert Trump told The Times in a statement Tuesday that he was “deeply disappointed” in his niece’s decision. “Her attempt to sensationalize and mischaracterize our family relationship after all of these years for her own financial gain is both a travesty and injustice to the memory of my late brother, Fred, and our beloved parents,” Robert Trump said. Mary Trump’s lawyer, Theodore Boutrous, in a statement provided to CNBC, said, “President Trump and his siblings seek to suppress a book that will discuss matters of utmost public importance.” “They are pursuing this unlawful prior restraint because they do not want the public to know the truth. The courts will not tolerate this brazen violation of the First Amendment,” Boutrous said. Simon & Schuster in a statement said, “As the plaintiff and his attorney well know, the courts take a dim view of prior restraint, and this attempt to block publication will meet the same fate as those that have gone before.” “In Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man, Mary Trump has written a compelling personal story of worldwide significance, and we look forward to helping her tell her story,” the publisher said. Trump several days ago lost a court battle to try to stop publication of a memoir by his former national security advisor John Bolton. Simon & Schuster is also the publisher of Bolton’s book, entitled, “The Room Where it Happened.” That book, which went on sale this week, is No. 1 on the Amazon bestseller list. https://www.cnbc.com/2020/06/23/trump-family-asks-court-to-block-tell-all-book-by-presidents-niece.html
  6. ONE polling place for 600K ppl to vote within 8 hours? In order for all 600K ppl to cast their vote successfully, you need 1250 ppl to vote within ONE min. How many voting stalls are there in one polling station? Dumpster is disgusting!
  7. Clearly these 2 clowns are pressed Non-Dumpster supporters, you guys really need to get rid of them!
  8. I'm 100000000000% sure he didn't mean it's a joke. https://deadline.com/2020/06/donald-trump-rally-coronavirus-kung-flu-1202965280/
  9. "Manipulated media" Dumpster must be fuming!
  10. Biden should pick Pete Buttigieg! Or Deval Patrick?
  11. Unite Korea? In his dream.
  12. Japan, Australia & NZ, you're next to feast on Chlorinated chicken! Basic food standards under threat from US trade deal Government backtracks on legal protection for safety and animal welfare Hormone-treated beef, pigs and chlorinated chicken could soon be on the menu and on supermarket shelves. The trade agenda is moving at pace – talks with the US and Japan are underway, while negotiations with Australia and New Zealand are right around the corner too. The US trade talks are the most advanced and today, the government begins its second round of negotiations with the US. Everything’s on the table – including our food. Up until now, the government has said it will uphold our food safety and animal welfare standards. But this week, it started to backtrack on this. https://www.which.co.uk/news/2020/06/basic-food-standards-under-threat-from-us-trade-deal/
  13. Dumpster deal is more important British's health? Boris Johnson refuses to enshrine laws to keep chlorinated chicken from US out of UK EXCLUSIVE: US chicken reared in insanitary conditions and then washed in chlorine would be banned under EU regulations but could end up in UK unlabelled if the US deal goes through ByChris McLaughlin 20:33, 13 JUN 2020 Boris Johnson is refusing to enshrine existing food standards in law to keep American chlorinated chicken off our dinner plates. The PM is risking a Cabinet split and Tory backbench rebellion as he tries to land a Brexit agreement with President Trump. US chicken reared in insanitary conditions is washed in chlorine – and red meat is injected with hormones. Both would be banned under EU regulations but could end up in restaurants, hospitals, fast-food outlets and schools unlabelled if the US deal goes through. A leaked No.10 memo to ministers recently instructed them to have “no specific policy” on the issue in spite of Cabinet unrest. Last week Environment Minister Lord Gardiner became the latest to refuse legal protections in an Agriculture Bill debate. He claimed all imported food would be covered by current standards. But Shadow Environment Secretary Luke Pollard said: “This does not cover what happens once we’ve left the EU. "These foods would be banned here but the Government is going to allow them in under the guise of consumer choice.” “Unless we put our standards into law to prevent the import they will end up on our plates and put British farmers out of business.” Attempts by Labour to amend current laws have been defeated despite support from 25 Tory rebels. And Health Secretary Matt Hancock and Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab are among Cabinet ministers to have voiced concerns to No 10 over food standards. https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/boris-johnson-refuses-enshrine-laws-22187782
  14. Since when I said China is decent or good? All are equally bad but Dumpster is even worse. One gets condemn by the western media while the other almost walk free? Why the one sided opinion? Talk about "bullying", when Dumpster wanna kill Huawei (in order to win the trade war) just because of speculation of backdoor hacking (till this date US has yet to publish any concrete evidence... remember what US said about Iraq WMD?), he told his allies (Australia, Canada, UK, Italy etc) to do so and threaten them that he will impose sanction if they don't follow his order. This is "bullying". Mind you, Cisco from US, has 10 times more proven & documented backdoors than Huawei (Remember Snowden? He leaked about NSA planted backdoors in Cisco products, that's why US wanted him dead so badly) but you don't see them accusing Cisco? Why? Because it's a US product and you don't see China banning Cisco. And when Australia bans Huawei to please his master Dumpster, China had to retaliate to protect themselves instead of allowing others to stab on them freely without any consequences. This is not "bullying". Why are Dumpster allies closing one eye on whatever Dumpster had done? Middle eastern countries have worse human rights record than China (Women in China can drive, can be a CEO, can drink, and wear anything they like etc) but you don't see Dumpster condemning them. Dumpster addresses them as an ally openly. Since Saudi is a "friend" of Dumpster, he's also a friend of Dumpster's allies. And yes, I don't know why you keep painting western countries as some beacon of decency too.
  15. Because Bozo Johnson is Orange clown minion and has degraded UK as US 51th state, so he has to agree to whatever Orange clown's demands. Same thing applicable to US 52th state Canada's Justina Trudeau, US 53th state Australia's Scott Morrison, US 54th state Taiwan's Cai Ying Wen, US 55th stata Brazil's Jair Bolsonaro, US 56th state Japan's Shinzo Abe, & US 57th State France's Emmanuel Macron. Only China has the balls to tell Orange clown "NO". That's why Orange clown is out to bullying and kill China openly.
  16. I'm so glad that this movie has not been banned. I can sleep at night now.
  17. Your husband said those HK protesters who involved in violence/looting/vandalizing are fighting for their rights.
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