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  1. #1 I would LOVE to have a Twittler Twat explain the actions of the Mobidly Obese Asshole re: the National Guard 
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    Cadet Bone Spurs, a draft dodging douchebag, tried to stiff National Guards out of their benefits, like the Welching Whale that he is, and, even worse, there is considerable evidence that the NG was needed in many of the places he wanted to pull them out. Fat fucking turd...

    Trump’s Plan Would End National Guard Deployments One Day Before Benefits Kick In

    Andrew SolenderForbes Staff






    Updated May 20, 2020, 08:59am EDT


    TOPLINE

    The Trump administration plans to end the deployments of more than 40,000 national guard members helping states combat coronavirus a day before thousands would become eligible for federal benefits, Politico reported Tuesday, drawing immediate criticism from Democrats.

    Texas National Guard wait for people people to drive up for Covid-19 tests in the parking lot of ... [+]
    Paul Ratje/AFP via Getty Images KEY FACTS

    A senior FEMA administration official said on an interagency call that the Trump administration will allow the deployment of the workers, who have been helping states to test residents and trace the spread of the virus, to expire on June 24, 2020.
    The decision would leave many workers one day short of the 90 days of emergency service needed to move up their retirement by three months and get 40% off tuition at public colleges and universities.
    A National Guard spokesperson told Politico that a decision to extend the deployment could still be made in the next few weeks.
    A bipartisan group of lawmakers warned the administration in a letter in April that ending the deployments too early “could contribute to a possible second wave of infection.”
    Representative Max Rose (D-N.Y.), a former National Guard member who helped set up a hospital in Staten Island, slammed the plan in a statement on Tuesday as “the definition of heartless,” arguing it is “economically unsound and puts our gains against Covid-19 at risk for some short-term, foolish budgetary gimmick.”


    But Representative Adam Kinzinger (R-Pa.), also a former National Guardsman, defended the plan, arguing that emergency service days are cumulative and can be amassed later, though the National Guard Association told Politico that such deployments are rare and that the plan would likely deprive some workers of benefits.

    Chief Critic

    A number of Democratic lawmakers besides Rose have criticized the plan. Representative Josh Gottheimer (D-N.J.) tweeted that he was “alarmed” by the decision, Andy Kim (D-N.J.) called it “the wrong move at the wrong time,” and Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.) said it was “appalling” and accused the administration of “trying to shortchange our first responders.” Representative Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) called the move “despicable.” Representatives Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Tex.) and Brad Sherman (D-Calif.), Alma Adams (D-N.C.) and Danny Davis (D-Ill.) told Forbes they oppose the move as well.
    Representative Don Bacon (R-Nebr.) told Forbes that he wants “states, territories and D.C. continue to determine the size and duration of their Covid-19 response based on their unique needs,” adding “I expect that Guardsmen will receive the benefits they are due based on their period of service.”
    Key background

    National Guard troops have played a key role in combating the pandemic in all 50 states. Units have been tasked with everything from helping to deal with surges in hospitalizations, removing bodies and enforcing stay-at-home orders and travel restrictions. The order had initially been set to expire on May 31, 2020, but a number of lawmakers and governors urged President Trump to extend it until June 30, 2020. Instead, the administration extended the deployment 24 days to June 24, which would leave the first group of guards who were deployed with just 89 days of emergency service. The administration’s plan comes as lawmakers debate how much the federal government should be supporting essential workers and first responders.
    Big Number

    1,158. 1,158 national guard members have tested positive for coronavirus, with 617 active cases, according to Politico.
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    Sooooo, several views, but, nothing to say about THIS story, huh, Cult 45ers? Yeah, that's what I thought, gutless, hypocritical scumbags.
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    BUMP this bitch, cat got yer crotches, Twittler Twats?
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    Every thread you post is abandoned , wrong, bites u n the ass, cum on ur face

    I will start bumping those thousands of bitches as well these ignorant ones down the road

    game fucking on for the abandoned ignorant worthless useless posts from the biggest waste of breath here
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    Quote Originally Posted by StevieRay View Post
    Every thread you post is abandoned , wrong, bites u n the ass, cum on ur face

    I will start bumping those thousands of bitches as well these ignorant ones down the road

    game fucking on for the abandoned ignorant worthless useless posts from the biggest waste of breath here

    Knock yourself out, you drunken, brain dead cocksucker. You REALLY don't have a life, do you? I notice that you carefully avoided addressing the thread title, and, btw, go lick the scum offa dead dog's dick.
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    Trump is making the right decision. The Fake News media should not be criticizing the president for this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TomGshotput View Post
    Trump is making the right decision. The Fake News media should not be criticizing the president for this.
    Making the right decision???????????????????????????? Here's a scumbag who dodged the draft himself, FIVE TIMES, with phony ass "bone spurs" and who, in the estimation of a Columbia University study, caused an extra 36,000 people to die by dragging his dick in the sand-Stiffing service people-many of whom have been in harm's way for 89 days, trying to help communities battle the virus. He's stiffing them out of benefits that kick in on day 90 of continuous service, like it's coming out of HIS pocket, although he has NO problem with playing golf every few days, at his own courses, and billing us for that, not to mention allowing all the excesses of the scumbags in his Cabinet, his fellow fat felonious fuckwad, Pompeo, merely being the latest example (https://slate.com/news-and-politics/...r-general.html). Right Decision? Even Witless Willie ain't THAT stupid, get the fuck outta here, you are a moron of epic proportions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TomGshotput View Post
    Trump is making the right decision. The Fake News media should not be criticizing the president for this.
    Gee, that gave YOU a BIG 'ole heapin' of STUFU, didn't it? I notice that notice that none of these other brain dead schmucks is willing to explain this disgraceful action, not even the Big Three of Stupidity: Witless Willie, Sheriff Jagoff, and Festering Sack of Shit, lol.
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    Over 100,000 dead, and this prick is stiffing National Guard putting themselves in harm's way. Put an apple in this pig's mouth sand put him up on the spit for a luau.
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    Man oh man do we need a follow up on this one..lol
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    Well over 100,000 dead, over 40 million applying for unemployment, welching and stiffing National guard, golf playing on our dime, 4-time-bankrupted, 25 million phony university paying, bleach guzzling, bunker hiding, blubbery, daughter boning scumbag. Yup, sounds like a landslide to me, but, NOT on the side morons like Glazed Balls think, lol.
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