· Friends, bad news, moronavirus is getting worse in the US →
He makes the point that to be a card-carrying Republican right now, “requires believing in a jaw-dropping series of claims: a cabal of evil scientists is making up climate science in exchange for grant money, that there is rampant, wide-scale voter impersonation fraud carried out by thousands of elections officials nationwide; that the ‘Deep State’ concocted a scheme to frame Trump for Russian collusion but chose not to use it before the 2016 election; that shadowy forces are driving migrant caravans and diseases across American borders in the service of destroying white Republican America; that the entire news media is engaged in a conspiracy against the Republican Party ... and so on.”
· Banal political figures like Mike Pompeo are far more dangerous to democracy than you think →
Given what we know about Trump and his open collusion with Russia to undermine American elections, Pompeo’s favour to Prince Mohammed suggests he has always been the perfect fit for this administration.
· No bad bank yet: Govt plans reforms in asset recast space →
According to bankers, the move came amid suspicion that some bad assets were sold to ARCs below market value due to collusion of bankers and promoters of the stressed firms.
The New York Times
· Trump Sows Doubt on Voting. It Keeps Some People Up at Night. →
“Hillary Clinton, Stacey Abrams and the entire Democratic Party refused to accept the results of their elections and pushed the Russia collusion conspiracy theory for years,” said Tim Murtaugh, the communications director for Mr. Trump’s re-election campaign.
Hong Kong Free Press
· Hong Kong’s ‘high degree of autonomy’ wilts under new version of Basic Law →
There is blatant collusion between outside foreign forces and some people in Hong Kong, all working against the central government in Beijing.