Stephen Williamson (@shrill_falsetto )

Stephen Williamson

Bio Trying to figure out whats going on before its too late. Trumpland watcher, prolific #Resistance signal booster. Know thy enemy. (He/Him, RTs ≠ endorsements.)
Location Seattle, WA
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Account created 17-12-2008 20:10:54
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iPhone : Another strange appearance by Kevin Hassett on CNN’s State of the Nation, where he seems so darn cheery discussing the pandemic, the likelihood of soaring unemployment, food stamps, medical treatments...

iPhone : U.S. states are spending billions buying protective medical supplies during the coronavirus crisis, but many aren’t sharing details. That worries transparency advocates. apne.ws/pcprseE

iPhone : Staten Island is NYC's most conservative borough. 56.05% voted for Trump in 2016. Population of 476,143 people and almost 800 confirmed COVID dead to this point. Extrapolated over the US population that's about 550,000 dead. So nah, they ain't havin it. twitter.com/McauleyHolmes/…

iPhone : New study finds Covid19 patients are no longer infectious after 11 days of getting sick even though some may still test positive. The data from Singapore adds to a growing body of evidence showing people don’t transmit the infection once they’re recovered. bloomberg.com/news/articles/…

iPhone : This is an important point that can't be made enough. Once we have a vaccine, who is going to get it first? Which groups of people within a country will have access. This needs to be discussed. We need to figure out a strategy now, to avoid chaos later. twitter.com/HelenBranswell…

iPhone : Unemployment as high as the Great Depression.

Nearly 100K Americans dead from COVID-19.

And the Senate is voting on lifetime judges because Mitch McConnell hasn't “felt the urgency of acting immediately."

If you needed to reason to help us flip the Senate in 2020, this is it.

iPhone : Hard to square this investigative report solemnly explaining that the coronavirus is deadliest in blue states...

...with the concurrent breaking news that red states are lying about coronavirus infections and deaths.

Anyone in U.S. media going to close the circle here, or nah? twitter.com/nytimes/status…

iPhone : Amy Klobuchar has problems with communities of colors that another top white contender, Elizabeth Warren, does not politico.com/news/2020/05/2…

iPhone : A man with confidence—anyone with confidence—dons a mask without question, as Biden here, if that's what public health requires. A draft-dodging coward—like Trump—comes up with a million excuses for why a mask would somehow project weakness. It's because he *knows* he's a coward. twitter.com/nytimes/status…

iPhone : There is no "deep state."

There's a *criminal in the White House* who wants to keep law enforcement off his tail and has turned to something his criminal mentor Roy Cohn taught him: graft over your enemy a made-up framework to convince rubes to passionately support your criming.

iPhone : Guess what: red states are hiding COVID-19 data suggesting they shouldn't re-open... so they can re-open.

The result of these government cover-ups are that tens of thousands will die.

This is *real*. Hard to imagine a bigger major-media-reported scandal? nbcnews.com/politics/polit…

iPhone : Rogan and heterodox podcasts are in the same space blogs were in 2005-2008: mainstream media finds them unreliable and chaotic, but they also fill important niches that the MSM doesn't. Therefore, in due time, Rogan will become the MSM. nytimes.com/2020/05/25/opi…

iPhone : Thread: Was “The Apprentice” a Russian Active Measures Campaign?

At the same time Russian operative Felix Sater was infiltrating the Trump Org in 2000, Putin was pitching Mark Burnett on a “Destination Mir” reality show, raising the question of whether the two ops were linked.

iPhone : Donald Trump - a vain, cowardly, lying, vulgar, jabbering blowhard - is not a real "man" your father and grandfather would have respected. Nor should any man, but as I write in The Atlantic: especially not the ones who claim to support him the most.
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