But how long will it take a court to slap them down? I guarantee you no judge will issue a stay on the orders so the damage will be being done, hurting innocent people while it winds through our [in]justice system.Only in instances where the state is acting unconstitutionally.
Also, Biden's EOs won't be worth a dang thing with a conservative court to slap them down.
"Connected" how? I seriously doubt that Georgia's voting machines are somehow directly connected to Maine's or any other state's voting machines. But back up a step or two and maybe it's not so far fetched an idea. After all, all these voting machines have a nexus, the company that makes and sells them.I like the one about all voting machines somehow being "connected". That's the best one I've heard yet. Needs more time foil.
It would be a lousy bioweapon.I have said more than a few times. This seems like a hell of a bio weapon and I am very curious if that was the intention.
Hurting innocent people and purposefully destroying our Constitutional RepublicBut how long will it take a court to slap them down? I guarantee you no judge will issue a stay on the orders so the damage will be being done, hurting innocent people while it winds through our [in]justice system.
I should have clarified. I am aware it is not like plauge. That is why it would be a good one. It disrupts as well can tell. I think most of us know Biden was GREATLY helped by covid. It also causes just enough issues without a huge death toll. I think it was designed and being worked on so no one would see it as anything but a flue that is more contagious. I should have clarified as bio weapons often kill more people. I wish you had to be close to someone 15 min but sure as hell does not seem like it. Some it does not even effect. During a routine blood donation i have found that i had the antibodies.It would be a lousy bioweapon.
It requires ~15 minutes of close contact to transmit, has maybe a 1% fatality rate, serious cases a few percent above that. There are a lot of cases, but thus far not so many that they have overwhelmed medical services to any particular degree. And so on.
Worse, it only spreads with direct inhalation from a living source; you can't dust a letter with it or anything.
Viruses basically are the worst bioweapons; bacteria and fungi are far better, since there are hardy versions and produce toxins - some the world's deadliest toxins are bacterial and fungal. There are no viral toxins.
The best candidate for a viral bioweapon would be Ebola - no need to create a new, much weaker virus - but there are no weaponized versions of Ebola because it's a virus, and viruses suck as bioweapons.
That was off-the-cuff.Has it gotten that high now? I have not been paying attention to it for a while.
Not a big deal! Biden will just direct all border protection activities against Florida since they seem to be doing so well running pretty much 180* against Biden's experts' advice. Gov DeSantis is not a happy camper.Come on man! It's not that bad! Let them illegals in. We just need to crack down on the stupid Americans!
White House Dodges on Whether Migrants Should Face Coronavirus Tests (breitbart.com)
The White House is reportedly considering domestic travel restrictions including in Florida, as variant cases of the coronavirus surge in the Sunshine State, while Gov. Ron DeSantis is pushing back against any possible restrictions, calling them "absurd."
Speaking at a news conference Thursday morning, DeSantis said any such restriction would be a political attack.
"I think it's an absurd report that they would be doing that, I think it would be unconstitutional, it would be unwise and it would be unjust," DeSantis said. "Any attempt to restrict or lock down Florida by the federal government would be an attack on our state done purely for political purposes."
Sounds more like East Germany during the Cold War era.“This is all science,” Sheriff Capt. Paul Douglas said. “This program was developed by professors, doctors and scientists at FIU, and we couldn’t be more proud or excited to execute it here in Bristol County.”