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Acting Navy secretary Thomas Modly's trip to Guam, a visit that resulted in his resignation, cost taxpayers at least $243,151.65, according to a Navy estimate.
 
7:45 PM · Apr 8, 2020·Twitter Web Client
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According to Florida's records, Trump voted a normal mail-in ballot sent to Mar-a-Lago, not an absentee ballot sent to the White House. Indeed, someone had to deliver it from Mar-a-Lago to the White House for him to vote it, which would be...wait for it...ballot harvesting
 
7:40 PM · Apr 8, 2020·Twitter Web App
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Following up on this a
@fema spokesperson tells me 50% of the supplies coming in to U.S. are going to “hot zone areas”
 
and the other half to private companies.
 
So those goods get SOLD to the states with the most money to spend,
not the states that need it most.
 
50%
 
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National Incompetence Stockpiles at Full Capacity

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April 4, 2020
 

Jared Kushner standing beside President Donald Trump at a press briefing Photograph by Win McNamee / Getty

 

WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—The National Incompetence Stockpiles, the federal reserves of inanity and ineptitude to be drawn upon in times of crisis, are at “full capacity,” the Government Accountability Office announced on Saturday.

According to the G.A.O., the Incompetence Stockpiles are so well stocked at the moment that they are in danger of overflowing.

“The sheer tonnage of failure and impotence that is being dumped into the stockpiles on a daily basis is straining their ability to contain it,” the G.A.O. statement read.

Davis Logsdon, a professor at the University of Minnesota who has written the definitive book about the National Incompetence Stockpiles, said that the nation’s futility reserves stand at their highest levels ever, eclipsing the record stockpiles established during the tenure of President George W. Bush.

“The Bush Administration tapped the National Incompetence Stockpiles when it invaded Iraq and responded to Hurricane Katrina,” Logsdon said. “At the time, it seemed as though the stockpiles would never be fully replenished, and that makes the Trump Administration’s achievement all the more striking.”

According to the statutes governing the National Incompetence Stockpiles, individual states may draw on the federal reserves of idiocy in times of emergency, but so far the governors of states like Georgia, Texas, and Florida have been able to rely on vast stockpiles of their own.

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The nation‘s governors are in talks about creating a multistate consortium to oversee the purchase and distribution of medical supplies across the country — a direct response to the White House’s hands-off approach to the issue, @annagronewold reports

8:56 PM · Apr 8, 2020·Twitter for iPhone
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States are pleading for help from the Trump administration as they struggle to handle a torrent of unemployment claims that continues to swell amid the coronavirus crisis
 
9:05 PM · Apr 8, 2020·Hootsuite Inc.
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Even as the country confronts the greatest disruption to daily life since WWII, a series of new polls released this week show Trump’s approval ratings plateauing in the mid-40s
 
9:15 PM · Apr 8, 2020·Hootsuite Inc.
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White House Office of Management and Budget is working on a possible plan for cutting U.S. aid to the World Health Organization, admin. officials say.
 
9:25 PM · Apr 8, 2020·SocialFlow
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Republican lawmakers in the Kansas House and Senate voted to revoke Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly's executive order limiting gatherings to fewer than 10 people. The state has more than 1,000 confirmed cases of coronavirus.
 
9:30 PM · Apr 8, 2020·Twitter Web Client
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BREAKING CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: General Motors, the first company to be contracted for in the Defense Production Act won’t deliver ventilators until August. For $500 million. We will have 10s of thousands of ventilators before then, many coming in May & June.
 
6000 are promised by June. They will all be sent right to the Strategic National Stockpile. DPA has contracted for a total of 43,000 ventilators by year end. 
 
10:14 PM · Apr 8, 2020·Twitter for iPad
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Colorado Democrat believes Trump awarded ventilators as political favor to vulnerable GOP senator Trump has been doing this since the beginning: In early March, WA was sent less than half of their requests. Days later, Florida was sent 100% of theirs.
 
10:54 PM · Apr 8, 2020·Twitter for Android
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