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Re: 2020 Presidential Election
« Reply #45 on: December 03, 2019, 08:49:02 am »

HALF the people in the USA, if the polls are to be believed, have had their belly full of 🦀 Fascist Trump. That is equivalent to a doom drum roll for Trump and his Wrecking Crew, no matter how many corrupt lackey politicians want to keep him there.

Remember that less than 30% supported the original American Revolution. Trump and his wrecking crew pretend otherwise, but they are sweating bullets 24/7.

That logic cuts both ways. I read "the Tipping point" when it came out as well.

Several weeks of televised hearings failed to move the needle of public opinion a single jot or tittle. And today the House announces its statement that trump did nothing wrong, further lashing themselves to Cult 45. Ensuring the victory of Party over Country.

From his pertain hell, Roger Ailes's rotting hand can ben seen on the throats of the American electorate. Fox News exists to ensure that what happened to Nixon may never happen again.

Dare I say, "Mission Accomplished?"



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Fox News Mission Accomplished?
« Reply #46 on: December 03, 2019, 01:31:25 pm »

HALF the people in the USA, if the polls are to be believed, have had their belly full of 🦀 Fascist Trump. That is equivalent to a doom drum roll for Trump and his Wrecking Crew, no matter how many corrupt lackey politicians want to keep him there.

Remember that less than 30% supported the original American Revolution. Trump and his wrecking crew pretend otherwise, but they are sweating bullets 24/7.

That logic cuts both ways. I read "the Tipping point" when it came out as well.

Several weeks of televised hearings failed to move the needle of public opinion a single jot or tittle. And today the House announces its statement that trump did nothing wrong, further lashing themselves to Cult 45. Ensuring the victory of Party over Country.

From his pertain hell, Roger Ailes's rotting hand can ben seen on the throats of the American electorate. Fox News exists to ensure that what happened to Nixon may never happen again.

Dare I say, "Mission Accomplished?"





The Republicans in the House may claim "Trump did nothing wrong", but the majority of the members of the House continue to think otherwise. Only in the Fox News bizarro world is the Impeachement of a 🦀 POTUS by the House of Representatives, though subsequently acquitted by the Senate, "good news" for the political future of said 🦀 POTUS. Fox News can go full Orwell and claim Trump's Impeachment by the House "so polarizes the nation with the unfair Trump witch hunt that people will turn out in droves to give him a second term". That "poor victimized Trump" dog will not hunt, even though it is 😈 par for the psychological projection course in Trumpian politics.

Fox news will, of course, continue to do what they do to normalize Trump's fascist tyranny. The New York times "Ministry of Truth" (See "1984" by George Orwell), CNN, etc. will also play their accustomed roll of pretending to be opposed to Government by, of and for the 1% .

A certain percentage of bought and paid for corporate Democrats, like Obama and Pelosi, will do all they can to keep a serious challenger to Trump's abuse of power rampage from being the Democratic Presidential candidate. The NYT, CNN, ABC, etc. will dutifully report on the Democratic Party hand wringing and pearl clutching about the "danger" of "Socialist policies" to the US economy.

The fascist media may think, because of "statistically insignificant" ;) changes in the impeachment polls, that through 😈 clever perception management mendacity, they enabled the 🎩👹 1% Oligarchs to dodge the consequences of half the electorate being disgusted with Trump and his wrecking crew. If Trump's only impeachable offense was lying to Congress about an affair (e.g. Clinton), I would agree, considering that the highest pro-impeachment numbers Clinton got to was 29% (even without impeachment hearings, 30% of the electorate wanted to impeach Bush and 33% wanted to impeach Obama). But that half of the electorate that wants Trump out shares a lot of reasons for wanting him out with a large percentage of the other half, that still support him out of greedy and/or pseudo-religious convenience. That logic is sound and cuts only one, damaging to Trump's political future, way.

Here's the short list (there are a lot more) of reasons, many of them technically not "impeachable offenses", but still constituting a political death sentence, why FAR greater than half the electorate will not vote to keep Trump in office, or support any Republican that acquits him in the Senate Impeachment Trial:

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Your Life Is On The Line In the 2020 Election
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December 3, 2019

Headline: Lobbyist helped Ohio legislator on newspaper column opposing "Medicare for All"

Senator Bernie Sanders weighed-in on Twitter, sharing The Washington Post piece:

Our team at Medicare for All NOW! uncovered these examples of industry-crafted talking points under the bylines of state elected officials in an attempt to manipulate the public.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2019/12/02/state-lawmakers-acknowledge-lobbyists-helped-craft-their-op-eds-attacking-medicare-for-all/

As a former executive at the big for-profit health insurers Humana and Cigna, Wendell Potter knows the greedy health care industry’s decades-old playbook―used previously by Big Tobacco and the NRA―being used now to try and kill Medicare for All.

We’re working to expose the health care industry’s secret efforts to protect their profits!

This reporting was due to Medicare for All NOW! issuing Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests of various state lawmakers, confirming what we suspected. They were parroting health care industry talking points because their op-eds were actually written by the for-profit health care industry.

Medicare for All NOW! was founded to fight back against lobbyist efforts to kill health care reform. We’re here to represent the American people, not greedy corporations that put their financial bottom line ahead of our health.

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House Democrats have finally c r a c k e d the code against Donald Trump
Bill Palmer | 7:15 pm EST December 4, 2019
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Today’s televised House impeachment hearing wasn’t exactly blockbuster in nature. The witnesses consisted of multiple legal experts explaining why Donald Trump’s Ukraine antics were criminal and impeachable in nature, and one Trump apologist who made a fool of himself by misrepresenting what the Constitution says. The hearing wasn’t exactly anything to write home about on its own – but that’s the whole point.

Today’s hearings ensured that the mainstream media headlines for the rest of week will all have some combination of the words “Donald Trump” and “Ukraine” and “scandal” and “impeachment” in them. Just as the previous televised hearings ensured that those same words dominated the headlines during their respective weeks. The thing is, you see, the Democrats have finally c r a c k e d the code – by learning from the Republicans.

If you want a scandal to stick to a politician in the eyes of the nonpartisan general public, the key is repetition. You pick a scandal and you just keep hammering it home, until the average American associates that politician with that scandal. House Republicans did it to Hillary Clinton by hammering email and Benghazi over and over again, until the public was so fixated on these scandals, the media decided to keep running with them, because they were great for ratings. It didn’t matter that they were fake scandals; it just mattered that they were confusing scandals that left the average nonpartisan American with the impression that Hillary must have been doing some shady stuff with regard to email and Benghazi. Nevermind that she ended up being fully exonerated in the end.

House Democrats have chosen a Donald Trump scandal that’s very real, and very criminal, and very impeachable, in the form of his Ukraine extortion plot.


That’s because the Democrats are the good guys, and because their own constituents wouldn’t allow them to run with a fake scandal, and because Trump is such a criminal that no one would ever need to make up a fake scandal about him anyway. But the bottom line is that they picked a scandal that resonates with mainstream Americans, and they’re hammering it over and over and over again.

This isn’t for the sake of the Resistance, who will line up to vote against Donald Trump in 2020 anyway. Nor is this for the sake of Trump’s base, who will line up to vote for him. This for two other groups:

1) Those who somewhat dislike Trump and could either end up voting against him or staying home, and

2) Those who somewhat like Trump and could either end up voting for him or staying home.

These two groups pay the least amount of first-hand attention to politics, and are thus the most swayed by whatever they repeatedly hear second-hand.

There are dozens of major Donald Trump scandals, and some of them are arguably even worse than his Ukraine scandal. But the House Democrats can’t turn those two middle groups against him by simply pushing the generic mantra that “Trump is bad,” or by pushing a laundry list that gets lost in the noise, or by focusing on a scandal that for whatever reason just doesn’t resonate. The way to change the minds that can be changed is to pick a scandal that resonates and just keep pushing it, until it’s the first thing the voters in the middle think of when they think of that politician. House Democrats have finally c r a c k e d the code against Donald Trump. Now they just have to keep hammering away at it.

https://www.palmerreport.com/analysis/the-code-house-democrats-donald-trump/23395/
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Re: 2020 Presidential Election
« Reply #50 on: December 07, 2019, 07:18:39 pm »
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I'm from Germany - born in the 60ies. I often asked myself since I was a teenager: How was someone like Hitler and the holocaust possible? It is very disturbing to see the similarties between Trump and Hitler, the way, they came to power, the narcism, the people, who support them, the propaganda machine and so on..... From the bottom of my heart I hope that the US are able to stop this nightmare. If not, there will be not so much hope for the rest of the free world and the future of our planet.

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Re: 2020 Presidential Election
« Reply #52 on: December 11, 2019, 01:41:12 pm »
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December 10 2019, 4:34 p.m.

By Micah Uetricht

SNIPPET:

Many people have pointed out the irony that Buttigieg praised Sanders, when he is now running concertedly against the leftward pull that Sanders is helping effect in American politics. But if you read the essay closely, it comes off as less of an anomaly and more a reflection of the Mayor Pete we have come to know on the 2020 campaign trail.

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In even worse news for Trump, 64% of Americans said they were currently either worse off financially or no better financially than they were back in 2016. There was even a decent-sized minority of respondents – 18% – who weren’t even aware that the stock market’s been going up and thought it decreased.

James Sullivan | 6:00 pm EST December 12, 2019
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Winning the 2020 Election: Robert Reich and Ro Khanna
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The Last Democratic Debate And The Future Of The Democratic Party

December 23, 2019

Last week's debate didn't connect with viewers or mobilize the base.
 


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Sanders ✨ Polling Surge Forces 💵🎩👹 Democratic Establishment to Take Him Seriously

December 26, 2019

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Sen. Bernie Sanders's recent surge in national and early state polls and his enthusiastic progressive base have reportedly forced some within the Democratic establishment to concede that he could ultimately win the Democratic Party's presidential nomination.

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How Would Warren & Sanders Pay For A 🌞 Green New Deal?

December 27th, 2019 by Carolyn Fortuna

In a recent CleanTechnica article, I wrote about Elizabeth Warren’s plan for defeating the climate crisis and transitioning the US economy to run on 100% clean energy. She stated explicitly that her plan to pay for a Green New Deal would require big, structural changes and would arise from $10.7 trillion in federal and non-federal funding. What are the financing tools Warren intends to tap to unlock state, local, and private investment? How would she direct it towards meaningful investments to mitigate climate change, produce jobs, and reduce inequality?


And what about other plans out there for a national switch to clean energy? What does Bernie Sanders, for example, outline for funding ideas? Let’s survey these prominent and provocative voices today in the clean energy movement and see their fiscal visions for carbon-free power and 100% renewable energy.


How Warren Would 💵 Pay for a US Switch to Clean Energy

The transition to clean energy is “an opportunity to transform our economy, creating new industries, like in zero-emissions building construction, and greatly expanding others, like electric vehicle manufacturing,” Warren says. She argues that the transition creates “huge opportunities” for state, local and non-federal investment in the process.

A Warren administration would create new financing tools to unlock state, local, and private investment. She is firm that these investments to tackle climate change, produce jobs, and reduce inequality will flow to the “right places” — not just the wealthy and well-connected.

Okay, Senator Warren, how would you pay for it?

A Green Bank: A Green Bank, aka the National Climate Bank Act, could mobilize $1 trillion in climate and green infrastructure investments across the country over 30 years. She says it would:
open up new markets for greater investment by working alongside existing federal authorities through direct spending, grants, and loans
provide security for investors looking for climate-friendly investments in mid- to large-scale infrastructure projects
increase the overall scale of clean energy investment and the pace of substitution of clean energy technologies for fossil-fuel based technologies
protect consumers by keeping energy prices low and ensuring compliance with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s regulations
expand opportunities for communities and the private sector by directing funds toward communities on the front lines of the climate crisis that have traditionally been left out of investment opportunities

A September report from the New York-based Coalition for Green Capital found that such a bank could mobilize up to $1 trillion of investment over 30 years. The bank would recycle its capital, lending the same dollars repeatedly as loans are paid back and the funds re-used.

Fourteen states, including Michigan, New York, and Hawaii already have such banks, and other cities and counties have explored their own. Washington, DC, for example, approved one in 2018 and Baltimore’s Climate Access Fund seeks to help low-income and minority residents access more expensive solar energy. Small focus target investment on a local basis, and the national version would help mobilize investment on a required and faster scale.

Green Victory Bonds: Much like current state programs for land use projects, river and habitat preservation, and energy and water infrastructure, green bonds have also surged in popularity worldwide, with sales growing 46% last year to a total of about $460 billion. A lot like the World War II-era “Victory Bond” program, Green Victory Bonds would be sold at levels that allow Americans across the socioeconomic spectrum the opportunity to “own a piece of the climate solution and to benefit from the new green economy that we build together.”

Sanders on How to 💵 Pay for a Green New Deal

Embedded in many of Senator Bernie Sanders’ proposals for attacking the climate crisis are financing plans. Here are some of his fiscal visions that would usher in a Green New Deal.

Green Climate Fund: Sanders’ plan to halt the climate crisis centers on US investment of $200 billion in the Green Climate Fund (GCF) for the equitable transfer of renewable technologies, climate adaptation, and assistance in adopting sustainable energies. Since approving its first project in November, 2015, the GCF has grown to become the world’s largest climate finance fund through its readiness in 129 countries, including allocation of over $5.6 billion of its funding to build a project portfolio of over $20.6 billion. It is playing a key role in supporting the implementation of intended nationally determined contributions (NDCs), driving a shift to lower greenhouse gas emissions, and supporting action to adapt to the impacts of climate change in developing countries.

Significant US Military Reductions: While Warren’s plan alludes to decreasing military funding in order to pay for a Green New Deal — “We’ll pay for this with savings from my plan to transition the 🦍 military away from its dependence on 🦕🦖 fossil fuels and other internal 🦍 Department of Defense funding shifts, she says” —  Sanders is much more explicit about redirecting military funds to mitigating the climate crisis.


He says that the major industrialized nations spend trillions of dollars “on misguided wars and weapons of mass destruction,” He proposes to combat the climate crisis by recognizing that the Pentagon is the largest institutional emitter of greenhouse gases in the world and that the US spends $81 billion annually to protect oil supplies and transport routes. “We are uniquely positioned,” Sanders explains, “to lead the planet in a wholesale shift away from militarism.”



End Overseas 🦕👹🦖 Fossil Fuel Financing: The US federal government currently supports investments in fossil fuels through the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, OPIC, the Export-Import Bank, and other multilateral institutions. These international investments are inconsistent with a goal to curb the global climate crisis, and Sanders says these “must end.” His administration would lead these international financial institutions, instead, toward advancing the equitable adoption of sustainable energy across the planet.

“Butterfly amidst Blooms,” by Carolyn Fortuna, CleanTechnica

By redirecting money from these and other sources like income taxes from 20 million new jobs, taxes on fossil fuels, and selling power via federal power marketing authorities, 🦅 Sanders will establish a Climate Justice Resiliency Fund. Funded at $40 billion, the EPA, together with a number of other agencies, would conduct a nationwide survey to identify areas with high climate impact vulnerabilities and other socioeconomic factors, public health challenges, and environmental hazards. Each community will then be eligible for Climate Justice Resiliency funding in order of most vulnerable to least vulnerable.


Final Thoughts

The US is not alone in its quest to use financing to make the switch to clean energy a reality. A recent article in the Washington Post pointed out that the EU’s biggest climate weapon lies in the financial fine print. The EU is embedding environmental goals in standards for banks, money managers, and insurers, it seems, in the hope of directing trillions of euros to fund a radical revision of the region’s economy. Like most of the US Democratic field of candidates, the EU is committed to meeting the targets of the Paris Agreement. Some of the EU’s money management strategies are pointing toward:

֍ Disclosing how they incorporate sustainability factors into investment decisions
֍ Setting up low-carbon benchmarks, like indexes created to track companies with a low carbon footprint, to steer funds to environmentally friendly investments
֍ Lowering capital requirements to encourage green lending
֍ Scrutinizing the environmental risks that remain on balance sheets and possibly imposing extra capital demands to offset possible losses
֍ Assessing environmental risks facing borrowers before they lend

So there’s a lot about which to think when considering the funding necessary for climate action. In the next part of this series, we’ll look at the other Democratic presidential contenders — as well as a few insightful researchers and economists  — and review their plans to fund climate action. Stay tuned.

https://cleantechnica.com/2019/12/27/how-would-warren-sanders-pay-for-a-green-new-deal/

Agelbert NOTE: I trust Sanders, a consistent advocate of reducing military spending, eliminating fossil fuel subsides and funding Renewable Energy in the USA, to follow through on his Green New Deal promises far more than I trust Warren.
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Re: 2020 Presidential Election
« Reply #59 on: December 31, 2019, 07:46:22 pm »

It gets "better". Wall Street is now busy, busy busy rewriting history to specifically blame the victims of Wall Street scams for the 2008 Financial Crisis. The 😈 banksters were not satisfied with getting Government Welfare Queened to the tune of 16 trillion dollars or so from we-the-people while the rest of us got the profit over people and planet shaft; they want to blame all those "irresponsible" brown and black minorities, of course, for taking out loans they ended up not being able to pay... You just cannot make this stuff up.

The following video covers that quite well and, in the second half, has an excellent discussion about some Democratic 2020 Candidates for President. 👍

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