USA Today wrote a BS article on how President Trump is selling Nazi T-Shirts at his campaign store.
The far left “fact checkers” at USA Today ruled the America First Eagle on the Trump T-Shirt is in fact a Nazi Symbol.
But then their fake news fell apart.
Matt Whitlock pointed out the Speaker Nancy Pelosi uses the same image on her website.
Headed to The Markets
Investors and traders have historically turned to less-risky assets such as U.S. Treasurys to weather market volatility and uncertainty. During the coronavirus pandemic, however, they have turned to unlikely place: tech and software stocks.
Shares of Apple, Netflix, Microsoft, and Amazon are all trading at, or near record highs. All four of these stocks are up at least 29% for 2020 and have contributed to the Nasdaq Composite’s massive outperformance over the S&P 500 this year. The Nasdaq has surged 17% this year while the S&P 500 remains down over 2% in that time period.
Wall Street flocked into these names because they believe their business models can not only weather this downturn, but thrive in it. This has led major tech and software stocks to seemingly behave like a safe haven Treasury bond, a dynamic that was apparent throughout this week.
“Clearly, the Covid cases going up around the country has gotten people into those software and internet plays,” said Christian Fromhertz, CEO of Tribeca Trade Group. “These stocks are clearly the haves and it will stay that way until something changes.”
The U.S. reported record numbers this week in daily coronavirus increases.
On Thursday, more than 63,000 new coronavirus cases were confirmed in the U.S., according to Johns Hopkins University. The country’s seven-day average of cases also jumped to more than 53,000 this week.
What’s Trump Up To?
Trump campaign spokesman Hogan Gidley responded to Democratic strategist James Carville, who had said Biden would “trounce” Trump in a debate, by asserting, “You’re going to hear interesting comments from Joe Biden, about how children love his leg hair and how he used to coax children up on to the porch with ice cream during quarantines.”
Carville stated on MSNBC, “Of course Biden wants to debate Trump. Trump is a doofus-dolt, alright? Biden debated Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders … Cory Booker, Amy Klobuchar. He should debate him without condition anywhere he wants to. Joe Biden would trounce Trump in a debate.”
Gidley replied, “Well, I love the fact that James Carville would point to the past debates of Joe Biden. Let’s be clear that’s why he was last in all of the polls during the debates – it was only South Carolina that saved him. When you’re on the debate stage, you can’t reach out like Joe Biden has done so many times and said, ‘Please, please, bring me my documents – I need to read off of the fact sheet that my staff has given me. You’re going to hear interesting comments from Joe Biden, about how children love his leg hair and how he used to coax children up on to the porch with ice cream during quarantines and how he doesn’t know the dates of 9/11 and what year.”
This is Interesting
Hundreds of drones lit up the night sky in Seoul for a spectacular showcase of motivational and awareness messages as the world battles the coronavirus pandemic.
Three hundred unmanned aerial vehicles were programmed to form images above the Han river — which runs through the South Korean capital — for the eye-catching flash mob.
The show began with messages reminding people of key precautionary measures, including wearing masks, washing hands and keeping a two-meter distance from others.
The drones created images of a mask surrounded by coronavirus particles, quickly shuffling to form two hands and water droplets against the dark night sky.
The 10-minute show shifted to messages of gratitude for medical personnel in the frontlines of the pandemic as well as all South Koreans for their collective efforts.