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The DUmpster / Re: I still haven't received my stimulus check.
« Last post by franksolich on Today at 09:10:05 AM »
Sure sounds scamlike to me. I do all of my bills/banking electronically but for whatever reason still deal with The IRS via snail mail so they don't have my bank account EFT deposit information in their system.

I received a $1,200 check from The US Treasury, not a debit card.  Looked more or less just like a tax refund check.

https://norfolkdailynews.com/news/nebraska-attorney-general-addresses-stimulus-card-concerns/article_fe099008-a5aa-11ea-a709-4f125a7717c6.html
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The DUmpster / Re: I still haven't received my stimulus check.
« Last post by ChuckJ on Today at 08:57:11 AM »
Sure sounds scamlike to me. I do all of my bills/banking electronically but for whatever reason still deal with The IRS via snail mail so they don't have my bank account EFT deposit information in their system.

I received a $1,200 check from The US Treasury, not a debit card.  Looked more or less just like a tax refund check.

Yeah. I got a check also.
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Star Member Rhiannon12866 (114,570 posts)
15. Good question. We're not talking about it anymore - Trump has found his "distraction"

Thousands of violent looters and rioters destroying public and private property is a "distraction"?

Your a f**king fool. :thatsright: :loser:
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The DUmpster / Re: I still haven't received my stimulus check.
« Last post by DUmpDiver on Today at 01:47:51 AM »
Oh geezuz.

As reported widely in the news media, with individuals whose bank information appears to have errors, the Treasury Department is instead mailing prepaid debit cards. 

It might look like some sort of scam, but it's not.

I'm guessing the primitives whining about not getting theirs actually got one of those debit cards and threw it away, thinking it a scam.

Too bad.  They can of course get a new card, but there's a lot of red tape involved.  Too bad.

Sure sounds scamlike to me. I do all of my bills/banking electronically but for whatever reason still deal with The IRS via snail mail so they don't have my bank account EFT deposit information in their system.

I received a $1,200 check from The US Treasury, not a debit card.  Looked more or less just like a tax refund check.
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This thread highlights how unAmerican and dysfunctional it is to be DUmmie:

1 - They really are hoping that there is a second wave of Kung Flu that kills tens of thousands of more Americans merely because they don't like President Trump and can't stand the thought of him winning a second term. Those lives mean absolutely nothing to them compared to Trump losing.

2 - They don't want the economy to recover and would just as soon see tens of millions of their fellow citizens suffer through economic hardship for another nine months. Again just because they don't like President Trump.

3 - Despite the fact that the current riots and violence have exposed just how poorly Democrats do at running large blue cities they'd just as soon have it continue in order to keep the economy stalled and, at least in their minds, damage Trump's political outlook. And once again they don't care how many citizens' lives and livelihoods are ruined, as long as it hurts Trump.
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The DUmpster / Re: I still haven't received my stimulus check.
« Last post by DLR Pyro on Today at 01:18:32 AM »
To the DUmmies whining about not getting a stimulus check, they were sent to an illegal alien who is using your social security number to get employment and blend into the system.

But it's ok.  You guys have repeatedly told us that illegals have the right to be here and their presence here is not hurting anyone.   In fact many of you have said many times how they are good for the nation and enrich our culture so suck it up.
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shockey80
I highly recommend the news media start to re-focus on the virus.

At this rate, there will be 250,000 dead Americans by election day. If there is a surge or second wave, that number could be a lot higher.

The economic numbers that came out today and that will come out the future are very misleading. People are starting to relax, like the worst is over. That could be a major mistake.

The virus is still spreading, it is still killing a thousand people per day.

I am not ready to relax yet. I am not convinced it is safe for me to return to my job. I am going to continue to do what I have been doing until I know it is safe. I don't care how long it takes.

I agree. All protests are cancelled. If you show up, you get locked up in quarantine.  Lock up the folks that are not obeying the law!!!
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struggle4progress (107,387 posts)
https://www.democraticunderground.com/100213543470

I hate bein paranoid -- but this sure looks like a ****in trial balloon for a coup attempt

The chair is against the wall. I repeat the chair is against the wall.

Have a nice day, dummie.   :loser:
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Devouring Its Own: How Many On The Left Fostered The Violent Movement Now Rioting Across The Country
https://jonathanturley.org/2020/06/05/devouring-its-own-how-many-on-the-left-fostered-the-violent-movement-now-rioting-across-the-country/

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Below is my column in The Hill newspaper on the role of familiar groups like Antifa in the violence following the death of George Floyd.  Attorney General Bill Barr acknowledged yesterday that there is a “witches’ brew” of groups fostering violations, including an anarchist group from the right. The anarchists on the left or right are opportunists who will strike at any time of unrest to seek the breakdown of order. However, police are reporting a high number of Antifa and anarchist members arrested in various states. (here and here and here) These are groups that are all too familiar to some of us on college and university campus.  While I have opposed efforts to declare Antifa a terrorist organization, the role of all of these groups in the recent violence should be a cautionary tale for academics and politicians alike in the tolerance shown for such anti-free speech movements.  Many leaders and academics have denounced such groups on the right (some of which are also active in these riots), but notably have been more muted in condemning anti-fascist and left-anarchist groups.

Here is the column:

Ian Fleming famously lamented that history often moves so quickly that “heroes and villains keep on changing parts.” Our media and politicians are now struggling with the same problem today, following the killing of George Floyd. As rioting and looting continue across the country, the question is who to blame for the mayhem. Ultimately, the response was strikingly familiar and telling. Maybe white supremacists were behind it. Maybe the Russians were. It could be anyone except people in the rioting communities or, worse yet, groups lionized or tolerated by the left.

While most protesters remained peaceful, the narrative quickly spiraled glaringly out of sync with images of burning buildings in the background. Although “Today” show host Craig Melvin tweeted out a guide not to refer to them as rioters but rather as protesters, that narrative has since broken down. Indeed, news outlets have been reporting that “outsiders” have been fueling the rioting and that the destruction might be the work of nefarious groups of white supremacists or Russians.

Always blame Russia for America's problem.



Antifa has enablers. The enabler is just as bad as the aggressor.
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Actually in many cities, it'll be guilty white young liberals who contract it.

The kissing the shoes of black people deserve it.
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