Let us not forget...

Thom plus logo Let us not forget on this day that we memorialize the people lost on 9/11, that, because Donald Trump lied to us about the severity of this virus, we are today losing two 9/11's worth of Americans every single week...

-Thom

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vetinla's picture
vetinla 1 year 1 week ago
#1

I'll certainly never forget; We invaded the wrong country, Iraq, instead of the real criminals, the kingdom of saudi arabia.

Based on a pack of lies, we KILLED innocents abroad, and it's been downhill ever since.

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whatabout 1 year 6 days ago
#2

Thom, only you could tie the events on 911 and turn it into an anti-Trump rant and an inaccurate one at that.

On a more important note,

1,000 people double-voted in Georgia primary, secretary of state says

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jss1@sgsi.com 1 year 4 days ago
#3

@whatabout

Good on you for broadenig your news input to include Thom Hartmann.

Regarding the Georgia report about double voting via absentee ballot and in-person voting:

Everyone, R's & D's, is glad GA spotted this issue. What's inexplicable is why Mr. Trump expressly encourages this type of double-voting.

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