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Hillary Clinton questions how anyone with a 'beating heart and a working mind still supports' Donald Trump...
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Miloch
2020-06-07 21:43:12 UTC
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...as she claims he made race riots and coronavirus pandemic 'all about him'

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*Hillary Clinton excoriated Trump for being 'such a failure across the board'

*'It is a mystery why anybody with a beating heart and a working mind still
supports him,' the former secretary of State said in an interview Friday

*She commended protesters taking to the streets to decry George Floyd's death
and blasted Trump's response as 'inadequate'

*The 2016 Democratic candidate said the president is trying to make the
coronavirus pandemic and George Floyd protests 'all about him'

Hillary Clinton has denigrated Trump, claiming his response to George Floyd's
death and ensuing protests is 'inadequate,' and asserting the president is 'such
a failure across the board.'

In a blistering interview with the Los Angeles Times published early Friday
morning, Clinton held nothing back in her criticism of the president.

'It is a mystery why anybody with a beating heart and a working mind still
supports him,' she scorned, specifically referencing his photo-op last week in
front of a church that had been set on fire as part of riots.

'It was beyond my comprehension,' she continued of the spectacle. 'We have never
seen anything like this. He is without shame.'

Trump has received widespread backlash for the Monday stunt, with even some of
his allies in Congress condemning the move for law enforcement to clear
Lafayette Park of protesters with tear gas and force.

Protesters were gathered in the park separating the White House and St. John's
Episcopal Church on Pennsylvania Avenue on Monday participating in
demonstrations in the wake of George Floyd's death.

Speaking on the president's response to Floyd's death at the hands of a white
police officer, Clinton said it initially seemed promising before he changed
course and stepped away from the issues of police brutality and instead turned
to bashing rioters for destroying cities across the country in the wake of mass
protests.

'[W]hen we have a terrible killing like we did in Minneapolis, he makes some
steps toward — in the very early hours after we all saw that horrific video — to
look like he's going to be empathetic, to look like he's going to try to talk
about this stripping bare of the continuing racism and inequities of law
enforcement and justice system,' she said.

'And then he pivots again because he's not comfortable doing that,' she added.

Clinton praised protests taking to the streets demanding reform in the police
system, saying she hopes that justice will follow.

'If you look at the young people who are the primary movers of the peaceful
protests in response to Mr. Floyd's killing, I'm hopeful that this can break
open not only some hearts but some structural impediments to equality and
justice in a way that defies the distraction of the second-to-second demands of
social media,' Clinton said.

'And it may well be that a leader like [Donald] Trump, who depends upon
distraction, has finally been brought down to Earth because people are watching
in real time what is happening and how inadequate his response has been to these
historic moments,' she added.

She also slammed police for deploying tear gas and pepper spray, as well as
using non-lethal rubber bullets, to clear a crowd of protesters in front of St.
John's Episcopal Church near the White House so the president could pose with a
Bible in front of the boarded up windows for a photo-op.

At the time, Clinton had tweeted that it was 'a horrifying use of presidential
power.'

She also asserted in her interview that the president made troubling
circumstances like the COVID-19 pandemic and George Floyd's death 'all about
him.'

'If it's about a terrible pandemic with an unprecedented virus, he tries to
ignore it, tries to keep the attention on himself, Then when it becomes
impossible to do that, he tries to seize the moment and turn it into a daily
rally, like he loves to do,' she said.

'And then when it becomes impossible to ignore, he tries to change the subject,
he tries to withdraw from the spotlight so he can come up with some other
diversion and distraction for the body politic and the press,' Clinton
continued.

Clinton has not been shy about her criticism of Trump, who bested her for the
White House in 2016.

While she claims that she thought on Inauguration Day in 2017, Trump would
transform into the type of person who becomes president – but admits she was
wrong.

'I heard him get up and give that speech that was the absolute opposite of
anything that could have brought the country together,' she said of the January
2017 speech. 'Politics should be about addition, about finding common ground.
No, he was speaking to his outraged base.'

She added that she was sitting next to former President George W. Bush at the
inauguration, and that he was not pleased, either.

'He just turned to me and said, 'That was some weird s—.' And every single day
has been a surprise, an unpleasant surprise, about how there seems to be no
bottom to this man and his presidency,' she continued.

A new report published over the weekend indicated that Bush is likely not voting
for Trump in 2020, and some even indicate he could be considering casting his
ballot for Democratic nominee Joe Biden.



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Rudy Canoza
2020-06-07 21:57:29 UTC
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Post by Miloch
She added that she was sitting next to former President George W. Bush at the
inauguration, and that he was not pleased, either.
'He just turned to me and said, 'That was some weird s—.' And every single day
has been a surprise, an unpleasant surprise, about how there seems to be no
bottom to this man and his presidency,' she continued.
There is no bottom to the barrel of Trump's filthy depravity.
Limp Dick Eric Garcetti
2020-06-07 23:57:14 UTC
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LOS ANGELES — A black member of Congress on Wednesday called it
"incomprehensible" that after the overdose deaths of two African
American men at the apartment of wealthy and influential Los
Angeles area gay activist Edward Buck, a third man nearly died
there before authorities arrested Buck.

The men died in 2017 and early 2019 but Buck skirted charges
until prosecutors announced his arrest late Tuesday after the
latest overdose victim escaped Buck's West Hollywood home
despite what officials called efforts by Buck to prevent him
from leaving.

"It's incomprehensible to me that it took a third black gay man
to be attacked and almost die to finally dissolve the
unconscionable apathy that has allowed Ed Buck, a racist sexual
predator, to roam free," said Democratic U.S. Rep. Karen Bass,
whose district lies just south of West Hollywood. "Everyone knew
that he preyed on young black men. ... The inaction in response
had a message was loud and clear: Black gay lives obviously
didn't matter."

In court documents, authorities said Buck used his position of
power to manipulate male victims into participating in sexual
fetishes that involved injecting them with methamphetamine,
adding that he "has no regard for human life."

Buck was charged with operating a drug house, furnishing
methamphetamine and with battery causing serious bodily injury.
He was awaiting arraignment. Messages to his attorney, Seymour
Amster, were not immediately returned.

Buck, 65, has donated tens of thousands of dollars to California
candidates, including Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom, and is well
known in LGBTQ political circles.

Buck remained in custody Wednesday and prosecutors argued in
court documents that he should be held on $4 million bail
because he is a "violent, dangerous sexual predator" who offered
drugs, money and shelter to mainly addicted and homeless men in
exchange for participating in sexual fetishes. One fetish
involved administering dangerous doses of drugs, the documents
said.

Buck came under investigation in January after 55-year-old
Timothy Dean was found dead of an accidental methamphetamine
overdose in his apartment. In July 2017, Gemmel Moore, 26, also
died from a methamphetamine overdose at Buck's home.

Both men were black. Buck, who is white, was not charged and
critics later questioned if wealth, race or political ties
influenced the investigation.

Moore's mother, LaTisha Nixon, "is relieved that Ed Buck is no
longer on the streets and free to continue harming black men,"
her lawyer, Hussain Turk, said Wednesday.

"She is also disappointed that the county's criminal charges
against Ed Buck do not include charges for homicide," Turk said.

The investigation into the deaths continues, county district
attorney's spokesman Greg Risling said.

Buck's attorney, Amster, had said Dean came to Buck's home under
the influence and did not ingest any drugs while there.

But prosecutors in court documents blamed Buck's actions for the
two deaths and alleged he personally gave a dangerous dose of
methamphetamine to an unnamed man who survived an overdose
earlier this month.

On Sept. 11, the man returned and Buck injected him with two
more dangerous doses, refused to help him and "thwarted" his
efforts to get help until the man fled the apartment and called
911 from a gas station, prosecutors alleged.

"His deadly behavior has not stopped," prosecutors said in the
court documents.

Buck's "predatory acts and willful disregard for human life must
be stopped before another life is lost," the documents said.

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Limp Dick Eric Garcetti
2020-06-08 03:35:40 UTC
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LOS ANGELES — A black member of Congress on Wednesday called it
"incomprehensible" that after the overdose deaths of two African
American men at the apartment of wealthy and influential Los
Angeles area gay activist Edward Buck, a third man nearly died
there before authorities arrested Buck.

The men died in 2017 and early 2019 but Buck skirted charges
until prosecutors announced his arrest late Tuesday after the
latest overdose victim escaped Buck's West Hollywood home
despite what officials called efforts by Buck to prevent him
from leaving.

"It's incomprehensible to me that it took a third black gay man
to be attacked and almost die to finally dissolve the
unconscionable apathy that has allowed Ed Buck, a racist sexual
predator, to roam free," said Democratic U.S. Rep. Karen Bass,
whose district lies just south of West Hollywood. "Everyone knew
that he preyed on young black men. ... The inaction in response
had a message was loud and clear: Black gay lives obviously
didn't matter."

In court documents, authorities said Buck used his position of
power to manipulate male victims into participating in sexual
fetishes that involved injecting them with methamphetamine,
adding that he "has no regard for human life."

Buck was charged with operating a drug house, furnishing
methamphetamine and with battery causing serious bodily injury.
He was awaiting arraignment. Messages to his attorney, Seymour
Amster, were not immediately returned.

Buck, 65, has donated tens of thousands of dollars to California
candidates, including Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom, and is well
known in LGBTQ political circles.

Buck remained in custody Wednesday and prosecutors argued in
court documents that he should be held on $4 million bail
because he is a "violent, dangerous sexual predator" who offered
drugs, money and shelter to mainly addicted and homeless men in
exchange for participating in sexual fetishes. One fetish
involved administering dangerous doses of drugs, the documents
said.

Buck came under investigation in January after 55-year-old
Timothy Dean was found dead of an accidental methamphetamine
overdose in his apartment. In July 2017, Gemmel Moore, 26, also
died from a methamphetamine overdose at Buck's home.

Both men were black. Buck, who is white, was not charged and
critics later questioned if wealth, race or political ties
influenced the investigation.

Moore's mother, LaTisha Nixon, "is relieved that Ed Buck is no
longer on the streets and free to continue harming black men,"
her lawyer, Hussain Turk, said Wednesday.

"She is also disappointed that the county's criminal charges
against Ed Buck do not include charges for homicide," Turk said.

The investigation into the deaths continues, county district
attorney's spokesman Greg Risling said.

Buck's attorney, Amster, had said Dean came to Buck's home under
the influence and did not ingest any drugs while there.

But prosecutors in court documents blamed Buck's actions for the
two deaths and alleged he personally gave a dangerous dose of
methamphetamine to an unnamed man who survived an overdose
earlier this month.

On Sept. 11, the man returned and Buck injected him with two
more dangerous doses, refused to help him and "thwarted" his
efforts to get help until the man fled the apartment and called
911 from a gas station, prosecutors alleged.

"His deadly behavior has not stopped," prosecutors said in the
court documents.

Buck's "predatory acts and willful disregard for human life must
be stopped before another life is lost," the documents said.

https://www.nbcnews.com/feature/nbc-out/incomprehensible-
lawmaker-blasts-authorities-letting-ed-buck-roam-free-n1056376

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Hello Kiitty
2020-06-07 22:01:45 UTC
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*Hillary Clinton excoriated Trump for being 'such a failure across the board'
She's still butthurt. No wonder Bill cheats on her.
BeamMeUpScotty
2020-06-07 23:34:15 UTC
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Post by Miloch
...as she claims he made race riots and coronavirus pandemic 'all about him'
more at
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8396637/Hillary-Clinton-questions-beating-heart-working-mind-supports-Trump.html
*Hillary Clinton excoriated Trump for being 'such a failure across the board'
*'It is a mystery why anybody with a beating heart and a working mind still
supports him,' the former secretary of State said in an interview Friday
*She commended protesters taking to the streets to decry George Floyd's death
and blasted Trump's response as 'inadequate'
*The 2016 Democratic candidate said the president is trying to make the
coronavirus pandemic and George Floyd protests 'all about him'
Hillary Clinton has denigrated Trump, claiming his response to George Floyd's
death and ensuing protests is 'inadequate,' and asserting the president is 'such
a failure across the board.'
In a blistering interview with the Los Angeles Times published early Friday
morning, Clinton held nothing back in her criticism of the president.
'It is a mystery why anybody with a beating heart and a working mind still
supports him,' she scorned, specifically referencing his photo-op last week in
front of a church that had been set on fire as part of riots.
'It was beyond my comprehension,' she continued of the spectacle. 'We have never
seen anything like this. He is without shame.'
Trump has received widespread backlash for the Monday stunt, with even some of
his allies in Congress condemning the move for law enforcement to clear
Lafayette Park of protesters with tear gas and force.
Protesters were gathered in the park separating the White House and St. John's
Episcopal Church on Pennsylvania Avenue on Monday participating in
demonstrations in the wake of George Floyd's death.
Speaking on the president's response to Floyd's death at the hands of a white
police officer, Clinton said it initially seemed promising before he changed
course and stepped away from the issues of police brutality and instead turned
to bashing rioters for destroying cities across the country in the wake of mass
protests.
'[W]hen we have a terrible killing like we did in Minneapolis, he makes some
steps toward — in the very early hours after we all saw that horrific video — to
look like he's going to be empathetic, to look like he's going to try to talk
about this stripping bare of the continuing racism and inequities of law
enforcement and justice system,' she said.
'And then he pivots again because he's not comfortable doing that,' she added.
Clinton praised protests taking to the streets demanding reform in the police
system, saying she hopes that justice will follow.
'If you look at the young people who are the primary movers of the peaceful
protests in response to Mr. Floyd's killing, I'm hopeful that this can break
open not only some hearts but some structural impediments to equality and
justice in a way that defies the distraction of the second-to-second demands of
social media,' Clinton said.
'And it may well be that a leader like [Donald] Trump, who depends upon
distraction, has finally been brought down to Earth because people are watching
in real time what is happening and how inadequate his response has been to these
historic moments,' she added.
She also slammed police for deploying tear gas and pepper spray, as well as
using non-lethal rubber bullets, to clear a crowd of protesters in front of St.
John's Episcopal Church near the White House so the president could pose with a
Bible in front of the boarded up windows for a photo-op.
At the time, Clinton had tweeted that it was 'a horrifying use of presidential
power.'
She also asserted in her interview that the president made troubling
circumstances like the COVID-19 pandemic and George Floyd's death 'all about
him.'
'If it's about a terrible pandemic with an unprecedented virus, he tries to
ignore it, tries to keep the attention on himself, Then when it becomes
impossible to do that, he tries to seize the moment and turn it into a daily
rally, like he loves to do,' she said.
'And then when it becomes impossible to ignore, he tries to change the subject,
he tries to withdraw from the spotlight so he can come up with some other
diversion and distraction for the body politic and the press,' Clinton
continued.
Clinton has not been shy about her criticism of Trump, who bested her for the
White House in 2016.
While she claims that she thought on Inauguration Day in 2017, Trump would
transform into the type of person who becomes president – but admits she was
wrong.
'I heard him get up and give that speech that was the absolute opposite of
anything that could have brought the country together,' she said of the January
2017 speech. 'Politics should be about addition, about finding common ground.
No, he was speaking to his outraged base.'
She added that she was sitting next to former President George W. Bush at the
inauguration, and that he was not pleased, either.
'He just turned to me and said, 'That was some weird s—.' And every single day
has been a surprise, an unpleasant surprise, about how there seems to be no
bottom to this man and his presidency,' she continued.
A new report published over the weekend indicated that Bush is likely not voting
for Trump in 2020, and some even indicate he could be considering casting his
ballot for Democratic nominee Joe Biden.
*
Hillary is an incompetent liar, according to the other incompetent liars
in the FBI.
--
*That's Karma*

" majorities simply by virtue of being majorities do not also gain
the virtues of wisdom and justice." -Henry David Thoreau-
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LOS ANGELES — A black member of Congress on Wednesday called it
"incomprehensible" that after the overdose deaths of two African
American men at the apartment of wealthy and influential Los
Angeles area gay activist Edward Buck, a third man nearly died
there before authorities arrested Buck.

The men died in 2017 and early 2019 but Buck skirted charges
until prosecutors announced his arrest late Tuesday after the
latest overdose victim escaped Buck's West Hollywood home
despite what officials called efforts by Buck to prevent him
from leaving.

"It's incomprehensible to me that it took a third black gay man
to be attacked and almost die to finally dissolve the
unconscionable apathy that has allowed Ed Buck, a racist sexual
predator, to roam free," said Democratic U.S. Rep. Karen Bass,
whose district lies just south of West Hollywood. "Everyone knew
that he preyed on young black men. ... The inaction in response
had a message was loud and clear: Black gay lives obviously
didn't matter."

In court documents, authorities said Buck used his position of
power to manipulate male victims into participating in sexual
fetishes that involved injecting them with methamphetamine,
adding that he "has no regard for human life."

Buck was charged with operating a drug house, furnishing
methamphetamine and with battery causing serious bodily injury.
He was awaiting arraignment. Messages to his attorney, Seymour
Amster, were not immediately returned.

Buck, 65, has donated tens of thousands of dollars to California
candidates, including Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom, and is well
known in LGBTQ political circles.

Buck remained in custody Wednesday and prosecutors argued in
court documents that he should be held on $4 million bail
because he is a "violent, dangerous sexual predator" who offered
drugs, money and shelter to mainly addicted and homeless men in
exchange for participating in sexual fetishes. One fetish
involved administering dangerous doses of drugs, the documents
said.

Buck came under investigation in January after 55-year-old
Timothy Dean was found dead of an accidental methamphetamine
overdose in his apartment. In July 2017, Gemmel Moore, 26, also
died from a methamphetamine overdose at Buck's home.

Both men were black. Buck, who is white, was not charged and
critics later questioned if wealth, race or political ties
influenced the investigation.

Moore's mother, LaTisha Nixon, "is relieved that Ed Buck is no
longer on the streets and free to continue harming black men,"
her lawyer, Hussain Turk, said Wednesday.

"She is also disappointed that the county's criminal charges
against Ed Buck do not include charges for homicide," Turk said.

The investigation into the deaths continues, county district
attorney's spokesman Greg Risling said.

Buck's attorney, Amster, had said Dean came to Buck's home under
the influence and did not ingest any drugs while there.

But prosecutors in court documents blamed Buck's actions for the
two deaths and alleged he personally gave a dangerous dose of
methamphetamine to an unnamed man who survived an overdose
earlier this month.

On Sept. 11, the man returned and Buck injected him with two
more dangerous doses, refused to help him and "thwarted" his
efforts to get help until the man fled the apartment and called
911 from a gas station, prosecutors alleged.

"His deadly behavior has not stopped," prosecutors said in the
court documents.

Buck's "predatory acts and willful disregard for human life must
be stopped before another life is lost," the documents said.

https://www.nbcnews.com/feature/nbc-out/incomprehensible-
lawmaker-blasts-authorities-letting-ed-buck-roam-free-n1056376

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LOS ANGELES — A black member of Congress on Wednesday called it
"incomprehensible" that after the overdose deaths of two African
American men at the apartment of wealthy and influential Los
Angeles area gay activist Edward Buck, a third man nearly died
there before authorities arrested Buck.

The men died in 2017 and early 2019 but Buck skirted charges
until prosecutors announced his arrest late Tuesday after the
latest overdose victim escaped Buck's West Hollywood home
despite what officials called efforts by Buck to prevent him
from leaving.

"It's incomprehensible to me that it took a third black gay man
to be attacked and almost die to finally dissolve the
unconscionable apathy that has allowed Ed Buck, a racist sexual
predator, to roam free," said Democratic U.S. Rep. Karen Bass,
whose district lies just south of West Hollywood. "Everyone knew
that he preyed on young black men. ... The inaction in response
had a message was loud and clear: Black gay lives obviously
didn't matter."

In court documents, authorities said Buck used his position of
power to manipulate male victims into participating in sexual
fetishes that involved injecting them with methamphetamine,
adding that he "has no regard for human life."

Buck was charged with operating a drug house, furnishing
methamphetamine and with battery causing serious bodily injury.
He was awaiting arraignment. Messages to his attorney, Seymour
Amster, were not immediately returned.

Buck, 65, has donated tens of thousands of dollars to California
candidates, including Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom, and is well
known in LGBTQ political circles.

Buck remained in custody Wednesday and prosecutors argued in
court documents that he should be held on $4 million bail
because he is a "violent, dangerous sexual predator" who offered
drugs, money and shelter to mainly addicted and homeless men in
exchange for participating in sexual fetishes. One fetish
involved administering dangerous doses of drugs, the documents
said.

Buck came under investigation in January after 55-year-old
Timothy Dean was found dead of an accidental methamphetamine
overdose in his apartment. In July 2017, Gemmel Moore, 26, also
died from a methamphetamine overdose at Buck's home.

Both men were black. Buck, who is white, was not charged and
critics later questioned if wealth, race or political ties
influenced the investigation.

Moore's mother, LaTisha Nixon, "is relieved that Ed Buck is no
longer on the streets and free to continue harming black men,"
her lawyer, Hussain Turk, said Wednesday.

"She is also disappointed that the county's criminal charges
against Ed Buck do not include charges for homicide," Turk said.

The investigation into the deaths continues, county district
attorney's spokesman Greg Risling said.

Buck's attorney, Amster, had said Dean came to Buck's home under
the influence and did not ingest any drugs while there.

But prosecutors in court documents blamed Buck's actions for the
two deaths and alleged he personally gave a dangerous dose of
methamphetamine to an unnamed man who survived an overdose
earlier this month.

On Sept. 11, the man returned and Buck injected him with two
more dangerous doses, refused to help him and "thwarted" his
efforts to get help until the man fled the apartment and called
911 from a gas station, prosecutors alleged.

"His deadly behavior has not stopped," prosecutors said in the
court documents.

Buck's "predatory acts and willful disregard for human life must
be stopped before another life is lost," the documents said.

https://www.nbcnews.com/feature/nbc-out/incomprehensible-
lawmaker-blasts-authorities-letting-ed-buck-roam-free-n1056376

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2020-06-08 16:11:12 UTC
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...as she claims he made race riots and coronavirus pandemic 'all about him'
She sure left behind a line of dead white men.
the dukester, American-American

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