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  1. And it’s official, First Republic Bank fails.  That’s 3 US banks in 2 months.  When was the last time 3 US banks failed in 2 months?  

    The fall of the $229 billion First Republic makes it the biggest casualty yet of the banking system turmoil that began in March, larger than either Silicon Valley Bank or Signature Bank.Seattle's Washington Mutual, which went under with $307 billion in assets in September 2008, is still the largest bank failure in US history.

  2. 4 hours ago, Goddess said:

    Didn't want to start a new topic, so I'll just put this here:

    Epstein’s Private Calendar just dropped.

    The calendar includes meetings with the man who’s now the current Director of the CIA, William Burns, among other prominent names including Rothschild, Kissinger and many more.

    Here is the article without the paywall:

    Jeffrey Epstein's Secret Calendar: CIA Director William Burns, Goldman Sachs's Top Lawyer, Noam Chomsky - WSJ (archive.is)

    I just saw that.  The WSJ article contains the following:

    “Kathryn Ruemmler, a White House counsel under President Barack Obama, had dozens of meetings with Epstein in the years after her White House serviceand before she became a top lawyer at Goldman Sachs Group Inc. in 2020. He also planned for her to join a 2015 trip to Paris and a 2017 visit to Epstein’s private island in the Caribbean. 

    Leon Botstein, the president of Bard College, invited Epstein, who brought a group of young female guests, to the campus. Noam Chomsky, a professor, author and political activist, was scheduled to fly with Epstein to have dinner at Epstein’s Manhattan townhouse in 2015.”

    Right now there are a lot of pedos scrambling to find out if their name has been released in conjunction with this story.  All in good time, pedos, it’s inevitable.

  3. What’s the backlash?  Here you go:



    Now, Fox ownership are not imbeciles, they knew full well that settling that lawsuit out of court and dropping Tucker would be a disaster for their ratings and therefore revenue/income.  Because they are not imbeciles.  Fox stock dropped a billion in the first day.

    And still they went ahead with it rather than at least put it off a year or two with court proceedings and appeals.  SCOTUS might have let them off the hook.

    So why did they do it?  My theory is because with the change at the helm after Roger Ailes, they became a non conservative organization.  That slowly gave more and more time to Geroldo Rivera, Jaun Williams and the like.  Calling Arizona for Biden early in the 2020 election was all the proof any objective person needed to see.  Now they are trying to keep Tucker off the air for the duration of his contract.  A conservative organization would not do this.

    What’s your theory, if I’m wrong?  



  4. Here’s a little something to reduce dem election stealing and fraud.


    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — A federal appeals court sided with Gov. Ron DeSantis on Thursday when it overturned a lower court’s decision on a controversial voting law.

    That law, approved by the state’s Republican-controlled Legislature in 2021, placed restrictions on the use of drop boxes and set new requirements for voter registration groups, among other things. A federal judge in March 2022 ruled that the law was discriminatory against minorities and placed unconstitutional burdens on voters.


  5. 15 hours ago, CrakHoBarbie said:

    "Federal records show the Trump 2020 campaign paid Block’s firm more than $750,000 in six payments"

    This confirms Donald knew he lost. He paid $750,000 for the verification that he lost. Yet all his minions still, to this day, venomously demand he won. Angry, bitter childlike losers digging their heels in on Donald's fabrication.

    I've never seen anything like it.

    And these fools..... They are never going to give up. 

    In your thread title.  Maybe you could explain what this form is that Trump hired?

  6. 1 hour ago, Moonbox said:

    Michael Burry tweets all sorts of things, and sometimes he's right, but over the last 15 years he's mostly been wrong.  

    No, I'm laughing at you because you watched the Big Short, saw this on your Twitter Doomer feed, and have since been cluelessly screeching about what Michael Burry tweeted (even though you never actually understood what he meant or what he was thinking). 

    Now even Michael Burry acknowledged he was wrong...again.  🤣

    This is really weak, even for you.  15 years, eh?  You’ve been tracking Burry all along, yada yada yada.  He tweets all sorts of things?  

    At least try to make your BS SOUND like something other than a used car salesman.  This is why I call you a propaganda minister.  

  7. 6 hours ago, Moonbox said:

    I'm still waiting for comments on this:


    That you face-plant like this so consistently is why nobody is paying attention or responding to you.  My role as Iraqi Minister of Propaganda compels me to speak up, but you are so absurdly clueless and misinformed that your foolishness can just sit here and speak for itself. 



    And while you’re waiting, here’s another eye catching story about commercial real estate being down 80% in the jewel of California, San Fran.  The Wall Street Journal, no less.

    This is how dire things have become in San Francisco, an extreme form of a challenge nationwide. Nearly every large U.S. city is struggling, to some degree, with reduced office-worker turnout since the pandemic spurred remote work. No market was hit harder than San Francisco, for reasons including its high costs, reliance on a tech industry quick to embrace hybrid work, and quality-of-life issues such as crime and homelessness.


  8. 3 minutes ago, robosmith said:

    The whole thing was about election FRAUD and FRAUDULENT VOTE TALLIES on Dominion machines.

    IF the case was winnable, then Fox was foolish to settle. Obviously Dominion had the goods on Fox even if the discovery documents are not available ONLINE.

    So Fox Show hosts said some stuff that damaged Dominion to the tune of 787 million.  Only it was never said publicly otherwise you and any lefty would be able to provide quotes and links from the last 2-3 years. 

    So how again did Dominion suffer damages when nobody heard or saw the private texts and such?  Fox even called Arizona for Biden before anyone else back in 2020.

  9. And here’s the news that all of us conservatives were predicting:

    Without the tentpole that Carlson's program provided, the ratings for other Fox News shows were down as well. "Hannity" averaged 2 million viewers, a decline of 20% from the previous week. "The Ingraham Angle" scored 1.56 million, down 12%.

    Newsmax appeared to be the beneficiary of Carlson fans looking for an alternative. "Eric Bolling The Balance" pulled in 562,000 viewers in the 8 p.m. Eastern hour, a fivefold increase over last Tuesday when Carlson was his competition



  10. 2 hours ago, robosmith said:

    Your cognitive dissonance has been put in OVERDRIVE and you are now in DENIALAND.

    The Dominion lawsuit DISCOVERY is how they got Carlson's private texts and emails.

    You really don't know how the US justice system works, AND still cling to conspiracy theories that something must be wrong with them.

    Again, none of these texts are damaging to Dominion.  Show me some damage.

  11. So Michael Burry tweets over a dozen warnings in the last two years that he was mostly right about but you ignore.

    Then he posts a single recantation, and you’re all over it.  I don’t have time to hold your hand these days, I’m too busy monitoring bank failures:




  12. 1 hour ago, Aristides said:


    FOX is  whatever its viewers want it to be, it has no ideology other than profit. Murdoch said so himself. They didn't shell out 3/4 of a billion just because they decided to become liberals. WTF are you smoking?

    FOX still has the Smartmatic and Grossberg cases pending, as well as shareholders suing the directors. They will still be in court over this long after Rupert is pushing up daisies.

    Fox is no longer the same organization it was, the same way Twitter is no longer the same organization it was.

  13. 38 minutes ago, Aristides said:

    Well it's pretty obvious, you just don't want to see it.



    Again I say, Fox News is no longer a conservative organization. The old Fox News would have fought this tooth and nail, and not settled out of court.  And they would have appealed all the way to the Supreme Court. 

    And not even John Roberts himself could have kept Clarence Thomas from this case.   


  14. 12 minutes ago, Moonbox said:

    Dominion disagreed, and that's why the company sued.  🙃

    That Fox had to pay almost $800B to settle after it became publicly apparent that what deadbeats like Carlson were saying was very different than what they believed, is basically a concession of the above.  

    You are always good for a laugh.  Thanks again.  

    Wow, 800 billion now.  Thanks for the laugh, the Iraqi Propaganda Ministry strikes again!  😝

  15. 37 minutes ago, Moonbox said:

    What's in question?  Fox didn't think they could win the case.  They settled to spare themselves the embarrassment of having their hosts and executives paraded out to testify about how they didn't believe anything they were saying and that they knew what they were claiming was false.  Not only that, but if they lost the case the judgment could have ended up being a lot worse than nearly $800M.  

    Again.  None of what they were saying or believed, damaged Dominion.

  16. 2 minutes ago, Aristides said:

    Dominion had internal emails, Murdoch himself said he knew they were peddling BS. They would also have Abby Grossman's dozens of recorded phone conversations which we will probably hear during her suit. FOX was screwed and they knew it. The last thing they wanted was to see Murdoch, Tucker and all the other miscreants siting in witness box with their hand on a Bible.

    None of that proves that Dominion suffered any losses.

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