The Daily Stormer
Deranged Skank Delivers Hysterical Doomsday Prophecy on House Floor, Claims We Will See Darkness

Lee Rogers Daily Stormer March 28, 2020 An angry millennial skank named Haley Stevens, who for some bizarre reason has been allowed to represent a Congressional district in Michigan, delivered a hysterical doomsday rant on the House floor Friday morning. She specifically claimed that we would see "darkness." Her crazy ramblings occurred as the House was debating the $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill. Daily Caller : Democratic Michigan Rep. Haley Stevens on Friday began screaming on the House floor while wearing pink latex gloves, refusing to give up her time after it had expired

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Don Winslow
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Dear Governors of the United States, Donald Trump wants to do to you what he did to Stormy Daniels. And if you co… https://t.co/IMGzTCQQVi

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Counter Punch
Life and Death in the Epicenter

Photograph Source: Angel Talansky - CC BY 2.0 When it comes to warding off COVID-19, I’ve been ahead of the curve. Last October, after a bout with acute bronchitis that lasted most of the month, I resolved never to go through such an ordeal again. I started using hand sanitizer and avoided touching my face. Like my glaucoma, it is a geriatric illness. When I checked the New York Times archives for tips on dealing with bronchitis, I was shocked to discover how many well-known and powerful geezers came down with it: Konrad Adenauer, Boris Yeltsin, Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and

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Virginia Heffernan
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We know about the lawyers, like Giuliani and Michael Cohen, who have forfeited their lives (and freedom) to “lie fo… https://t.co/fWaKGpH17R

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Counter Punch
Roaming Charges: The Scum Also Rises

EMT making an emergency COVID-19 call in Portland, Oregon. Photo: Jeffrey St. Clair. + One month ago today Trump said the US infection rate would go from 15 patients to close to zero in just a few days. Today the US passed 1,000 deaths and became the world"s leading hot spot in COVID-19 cases, surpassing Italy and China on the same day. In Trump"s own words, Congratulations America ! + It"s hard to conceptualize the pace of the outbreak, but consider this: As of mid-day Friday, there were 100,500+ COVID-19 cases and 1,500+ COVID-related deaths in the US. Two weeks ago, there were only 1,00

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Counter Punch
Misinformation and the Coronavirus: On the Dangers of Depoliticization and Social Media

Photograph by Nathaniel St. Clair Bill Gates created the coronavirus. China secretly developed it in a lab as a biological weapon. A cure exists and the government controls it, but won’t release it to the public. The virus is no more dangerous than the seasonal flu. Coronavirus is a “fake news” hoax manufactured by the news. You can use hand dryers to kill the virus, vitamin C, or lemon juice . The country is going to be quarantined under martial law, and the government will shut down all grocery stores so that no one can buy food. All of these claims are examples of conspiracies associat

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Clare O'Connor
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You and henchpeople like Michael Cohen were “sources” so many times when I had to cover your net worth at Forbes ‘1… https://t.co/JaeMcUmk9Y

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Counter Punch
God’s Vengeance: the Christian Right and the Coronavirus

God the Father with His Right Hand Raised in Blessing, with a triangular halo representing the Trinity, Girolamo dai Libri, c. 1555 - Public Domain Steven Andrew is pastor of the USA Christian Church in San Jose (CA) who warns , “Obeying God protects the USA from diseases, such as the coronavirus.” He goes on, Bible thumping, “Our safety is at stake since national disobedience of God’s laws brings danger and diseases, such as coronavirus, but obeying God brings covenant protection. … God protects the USA from danger as the country repents of LGBT, false gods, abortion and other sins.” An

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Counter Punch
Politics, Pandemics and Trumpism

Since early March 2020, the US election process has taken a backseat to the COVID-19 pandemonium and panic. My day job gave me a unique perspective on the reaction to this situation. I work in a public library, one of the few places in the US where people of every class, skin tone and origin gather. We don"t sell toilet paper but people do try to steal it from the restrooms. This panic is different from those brought on by human actors—war and terror, economic crashes, etc. The only human actors that one might try to blame are just as susceptible to the disease as the rest of us. This means th

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Robert Elisberg
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His first choice was to have Michael Cohen sign for it, but he isn't available. https://t.co/pLRmV0Woyv

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Counter Punch
Coronavirus and the Collapse of Our Imaginations

Right now, millions of people throughout North America and Europe are living through an unprecedented situation and making unprecedented demands. Formerly meek white-collar workers content to schlep to and from the office every day are demanding the right to telecommute. Blue-collar workers told they are essential are demanding raises- here in Washington, our grocery workers just secured two dollars an hour through their union. And workers across trades and professions and political persuasions, finding themselves laid off, are demanding the right to a living, whether or not the economy curren

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Ellen Spivak
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@ananavarro They're imaginary. Just numbers. Because Trump has polls fixed. https://t.co/QnWWK9f9qj

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Counter Punch
Fireside Chatterer Andrew Cuomo for President

Prompted by Donald Trump’s shamefully bombastic behavior and attitude during all his press conferences, and especially during his recent COVID-19 White House press conferences, and their juxtaposition to NY Governor Andrew Cuomo’s honest, calm, and painfully truthful yet reassuring press conferences, last week I told a former colleague and neighbor “I wish I were old enough to have heard FDR’s ‘fireside chats.’” Radio historian John Dunning considers Franklin D. Roosevelt to be one of the most effective communicators in American history. In writing about FDR’s “fireside chats,” Dunning states

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Counter Punch
An Age of Intoxication: Pick Your Poison

Weave a circle round him thrice, And close your eyes with holy dread, For he on honey-dew hath fed, And drunk the milk of Paradise. -Samuel Taylor Coleridge, "Kubla Khan" (1797) Humans have been getting pissed, pilled or puffed with intoxicants for ages. You could argue that Eve got the ball rolling, and that the forbidden fruit was Dad"s stash, and, hell, if you pushed it, you could see how all of history is her hallucination.  We"ve all had our ‘altar-ed" moments of holy sees on hooch or hash, all alone or at a ‘college" bash. No one sums up the venal virtues of imbibing bette

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Gilbert Durocher
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@Chicago1Ray @realDonaldTrump The pornstar and her husband who cheated on her with Stormy Daniels while she was hav… https://t.co/YL2sh5lbaW

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Counter Punch
Coronavirus Spring

It’s Spring, and nature is blooming. Coronavirus has done (temporarily, at least) what no Paris Agreement, Green New Deal, man, woman or even that scrappy teen, Greta Thunberg (who may have also contracted COVID-19), could do. It has shut down a huge amount of the industrial, transportation and pollution-belching business activity that is destroying life on earth. Tragically and terrifyingly, this comes at the expense of thousands of human lives (so far), the health of millions and the mental health of billions. Ironically, it comes—like an ecogasm—to the benefit of the rest of world. Wit

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WND
Stage 2 of the pandemic response: Young Americans are the key

This week's dumb national debate has been about when to reopen our economy. To date, our strategy on the coronavirus has been to shut down pretty much everything and stay home. President Donald Trump said he hopes to reopen our economy by Easter. Those who oppose anything the president says are therefore adamantly opposed to reopening our economy. What about the 80% of Americans who are tired of the battles dominating our politics between those who defend Trump at all costs and those who attack Trump at all costs? The reality is this debate is not about Trump at all, nor is it only about heal

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Ellen Spivak
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@WinBlue2020 @ananavarro @HillBeverlyhill There are plenty of people to do what Cohen did. I don't believe a single… https://t.co/snwRTHOPtL

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WND
This war's heroes: Our health care workers

"Please, Lord, help me get one more. Help me get one more." This was the prayer of World War II Army medic Pfc. Desmond Doss as he risked his life time and time again to rescue 75 wounded men on the bloody battlefield of Hacksaw Ridge. Anyone who has seen the inspiring movie about Pfc. Doss' valor understands the absolute selflessness of the young medic who boldly entered hellish conditions in order to save lives. You can't be human and not feel a sense of awe at such personal sacrifice and commitment by a soldier following his calling in the face of incredible personal risk. Certainly, Desm

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Marilyn
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@nonconfromist @glennkirschner2 That was mean ! Everyone knows how much he despised Trump! And I will always say he… https://t.co/fX083UV3hY

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Independent Journal Review
Nancy Pelosi Turns 80, Says She Is Not Celebrating ‘Until I Can Hug My Grandbabies’

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) kicked off her birthday at a press conference instead of a birthday party. The speaker turned 80 on Thursday. During the press conference, she updated the nation on the massive funding bill aimed at helping the nation survive the coronavirus outbreak. At the opening of her press conference, a reporter wished Pelosi a happy birthday, and after thanking him, she said, "I"m not celebrating, though, until I can hug my grandbabies. I"m waiting for that day, hopefully, that will be soon, but thank you." See her comments below: Nancy Pelosi wished a happy

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Jasmine Steers
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@Rebecca82589361 @JoeBiden Stormy Daniels, Karen McDougal...how about those names? Funny how Trumpers ignore Trumps… https://t.co/U1Gj3tJfwb

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Counter Punch
A Humanist Response, as a Self-Conscious Philosophy, to Pandemics

Portrait of Erasmus of Rotterdam - Public Domain On March 13, the Government of India announced that it would cancel all visas until April 15 in an attempt to restrict international travel. The federal government did, however, make exceptions for those with diplomatic passports, work visas, and emergency visas. A few days later, the administration of Jammu and Kashmir declared that no “foreign tourists” would be allowed into the now union territory. The administration of J & K did not seem to recognize, at least not overtly, exceptions made by the federal government. This discrepancy made

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@ScottMonty @jayrosen_nyu I dunno. The Stormy Daniels checks all added up perfectly.

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Counter Punch
A Planet of Missing Beauties: In Memoriam

Osprey in flight, Lewis & Clark National Wildlife Refuge, Columbia River. Photo: Jeffrey St. Clair. The other morning, walking at the edge of a local park, I caught sight of a beautiful red cardinal , the first bird I ever saw some 63 years ago. Actually, to make that sentence accurate, I should probably have put either “first” or “ever saw” in quotation marks. After all, I was already 12 years old and, even as a city boy, I had seen plenty of birds. If nothing else, New York, where I grew up, is a city of pigeons (birds which, by the way, know nothing about “social distancing”). Nonethel

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The Daily Stormer
SA: Blacks Invade White Grandfather’s Farm, Shoot Him in the Head

Charles Martel Daily Stormer March 26, 2020 Colin Leslie Brits As the saying goes, "whites create, blacks destroy." Have you ever heard of a black conservationist? IOL : The family of slain Helpmekaar farmer Colin Leslie Brits, 65, said he had dedicated his life to nature conservation and farming. Brits was found in his home, a farm in Elandskraal, Limpopo, on Monday with a gunshot wound to his head. Police spokesperson Captain Nqobile Gwala said Brits was attacked by unknown suspects who fatally shot him. His firearms were also stolen. A case of murder was being investi

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Worth recalling Michael Cohen’s warning about who Trump is and how he operates... https://t.co/hCAoq9sF7q

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The Daily Stormer
Teenage Waitress Kills Herself Over Fears of Being “Stuck Inside” by Coronavirus Lockdown

Pomidor Quixote Daily Stormer March 26, 2020 Emily Owen Stories like this one may become increasingly common as the coronavirus lockdown measures remain in place. The cure is worse than the disease . Daily Mail : A ‘beautiful" teenager who feared being isolated with coronavirus has died after attempting to take her life, her family have confirmed . ‘Funny and charming" Emily Owen, who had high-functioning autism and ‘a daily battle to fit in and conform to social norms", passed away after a suicide attempt. The 19-year-old"s family said the young waitres

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Trump had Cohen sign the checks when did Stormy Daniels but when his incompetence screwed the economy, he signs the… https://t.co/e2okeQKmmc

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WND
God's answer to your fear, worry and anxiety

Worry and anxiety. They're everywhere right now, and many of you have felt them. I know I have. Certain words and phrases trigger fear, such as "pandemic," "shelter in place" and "quarantine." We begin to play the "what if" game. We panic, asking, "What if THIS happens?" or "What if THAT happens?" We have to be concerned and we have to be diligent – the coronavirus is a real and serious virus – but we don't have to panic. Did you know that the word "worry" comes from the Old English root word, "wyrgan," which meant "to strangle" or "to choke"? Worry squeezes the life out of us. Jesus said,

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Let’s all remember Trvmp pays IT to skew polls. Remember Michael Cohen did this for him. He found someone else. https://t.co/TVYi4wTDe2

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Independent Journal Review
Factbox: What’s in the Nearly $2 Trillion U.S. Senate Coronavirus Stimulus?

The U.S. Senate on Tuesday was negotiating a nearly $2 trillion emergency bill that aims to counter some of the economic toll of the coronavirus pandemic. The talks were still in flux after Democrats pushed back against initial Republican drafts of the bill, and officials in both parties said final numbers would be known only after disputes are resolved. Below are some details under negotiation, which would need to be passed by the Republican-controlled Senate and the Democratic-controlled House of Representatives before going to President Donald Trump for his signature: - About $500 bill

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Counter Punch
During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Do as the Vietnamese Do

As I wrote in a recent essay for international education colleagues, Viet Nam has overcome steep odds in many contemporary arenas and throughout its millennia-long history.  In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Viet Nam is doing all of the right things, placing the health and well-being of its people and foreign visitors, i.e., all people, above all else.  The result so far is relatively few confirmed cases of the coronavirus . Viet Nam has received global praise , including from the World Health Organization (WHO), for the steps it’s taken to contain the spread of the coronavirus, incl

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Counter Punch
Looking Past the Pandemic

Redtail Hawk, Ankeny National Wildlife Refuge, Willamette Valley, Oregon. Photo: Jeffrey St. Clair. This morning there was a Red-Tailed Hawk perched low in the woods outside my window for a least forty minutes. It was a large very calm bird perched not too high up in the trees that were downhill from my window, so binocular viewing was good, but it was too difficult to take a picture today. It was perhaps a young bird since its colors were mainly mottled, grey-brown on top, white with grey-brown blotches below. It had no obvious strong red on its tail feathers, but the wing and tail feathers

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A River Derci
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@gregolear @UROCKlive1 No. Trump saw a sparking problem and did what he always does. Threw money at it to stop it b… https://t.co/fLSN9uCvH6

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Counter Punch
Palpitations of the Pulps

“Space is not only high, it"s low. It"s a bottomless pit.” ― Sun Ra The latest volume in Wakefield Press’ epochal Jean Ray translation project, 1932’s Cruise of Shadows , comprises both his biggest publishing flop and his best-known tales ( The Gloomy Alley and The Mainz Psalter ). Ray wrote the kind of cobbled-together eccentric pulp we now call “weird” fiction, mechanized fairy tales that operate along the inscrutable lines of a sinister gag: literally, a double of the modern bourgeois short story. The object of the best weird talent is usually money or some kind of con, but never

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SistaShellie⭐⭐⭐🇺🇸
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@FrankieFace15 @ananavarro Michael Cohen would say anything ... he's a proven liar.

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Counter Punch
Transitioning ‘Ontologically’ Pt II: Building Counter-(Oc)Culture

Beyond being “disrespectful,” the modern Western insistence on a mechanical universe delimits the radical imaginary in general. To refrain from telling the [spiritually-based] activist they are wrong (while continuing to think they are) simply because he or she is a person of color, is altogether different than deconstructing one"s colonial mentality, which treats the religious as Other in the first place. Erica Lagalisse, Occult Features of Anarchism - ;the fact that anarchists are often unable to recognize the subversive potential of religious sensibilities - ;is disturbing beyond the f

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Washington Free Beacon
Harvard, Boasting $40 Billion Endowment, Lays Off Dining Hall Workers Due to Coronavirus

Harvard University, which has the largest endowment of any school in the country, is cutting its subcontracted dining hall workers without pay as it shuts down in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The move is drawing criticism from employment rights advocates on and off campus who point to the university's $40.9 billion endowment as evidence that the school is hardly in financial straits. They also claim the decision violates Harvard's wage equality policy, which requires the university to compensate dining hall contract workers in a fashion comparable to the school's directly hired emp

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Nicolette Dalton
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@grantstern @gregolear It looks like Stormy Daniels is getting a bonus.

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Independent Journal Review
Texas Lt. Gov Says He Is Willing to Do ‘Whatever It Takes’ to Save the US Economy

Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick (R) is saying he is willing to do "whatever it takes to save the country," even if it means risking his health amid the coronavirus crisis. Patrick sent a statement to Fox News Channels" "Tucker Carlson Tonight" explaining the dangers of allowing this virus to destroy the American Dream for his and other grandparents" grandchildren. "I think there are lots of grandparents who would agree with me that I want my grandchildren to live in the America I did," the statement reads, adding, "I want them to have a shot at the American dream." The statement explains how th

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🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟😄😄👏 Michael Cohen, Trump's pivot

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miss speech
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@gtconway3d Maybe this shows why Trump was never CEO of a major corporation and always ran a small family shop with… https://t.co/fWCF05lecY

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