Trump Consciousness

Given that Long Island is presumably a Democrat area, that is really encouraging - it suggests that the polls may be missing a lot of Trump supporters, or maybe some Trump supporters don't like to say that over the phone to someone they don't know - because some people might roll up at the door to 're-educate' them.

Patio Pizza is in Suffolk County NY which voted for Trump in 2016.

Patio Pizza is in St. James NY, which is in Suffolk county. If you look at Long Island NY on the map below, Suffolk is the red eastern part which voted for Trump.

The map below shows NY State with Suffolk County in red.

The map below shows the US with NY in red.

The map below shows the location of Patio Pizza

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This is the Trump thread.
But no sex with underage girls? Clearly Trump isn't following the example of past presidents.

The video about Clinton was much more scandalous. The Trump video didn't actually say anything bad about Trump. I'm sure if they could have found something nasty to put in there, they would have. It was just click bait.
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Because the Tennessee Valley Authority announced outsourcing 200 US jobs to foreign workers, the CEO, the Chairman of the board, and another board member were themselves fired by Trump. Trump then reduced the salary of the next TVA CEO from $8 million to $500,000.

Best President Ever.

They hate Trump not just because he is honest and spoiling the opportunities for stealing tax payer money, they hate Trump because he is exposing the corruption of many people in Washington, including many past presidents of both parties.

Trump Fires Board Members of Gov-Owned Tennessee Valley Authority Over Outsourcing of US Jobs​
President Donald Trump announced on Aug. 3 that he had fired two members of the the federally-owned Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), saying that its chief executive Jeff Lyash is “ridiculously overpaid” and that the corporation is seeking to outsource American jobs to foreign workers.​
Trump said Monday that he was formally removing TVA’s chair of the board and another board member, and warned that if the corporation continues to hire foreign labor, he would fire other members of the board too.​
The White House said in a release that the “Hiring American” order follows a recent announcement by TVA that it plans to outsource 20 percent of its tech jobs to foreign countries. The statement said TVA’s action could lead over 200 highly-skilled American technology workers in Tennessee to lose their jobs to low-cost foreign workers hired on temporary work visas.​
“TVA’s decision is also expected to cost the local economy tens of millions of dollars over the next 5 years,” the statement said, adding that Trump’s action would “combat employers’ misuse of H-1B visas, which were never intended to replace qualified American workers with low-cost foreign labor.”​
TVA’s CEO, Trump claimed, had betrayed American workers. He said the TVA board must hire a new chief executive officer that “puts the interests of Americans first.”​
The president said the chief executive officer earns $8 million a year.​
“He gets $8 million a year so that was just a succession of deep swamp things happening and it’s a disgrace … the new CEO must be paid no more than $500,000 a year,” Trump said. “We want the TVA to take action on this immediately.”​
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MSNBC producer quits, says job 'forces skilled journalists to make bad decisions'
Producer becomes third major news industry figure to depart in a month over toxic media culture, following Bari Weiss and Andrew Sullivan.​
"July 24th was my last day at MSNBC. I don’t know what I’m going to do next exactly but I simply couldn’t stay there anymore," Pekary wrote. "My colleagues are very smart people with good intentions. The problem is the job itself. It forces skilled journalists to make bad decisions on a daily basis.​
You may not watch MSNBC but just know that this problem still affects you, too. All the commercial networks function the same – and no doubt that content seeps into your social media feed, one way or the other," she added.​
Pekary decried a culture in network news obsessed with ratings at the expense of quality, balanced news.
"The longer I was at MSNBC, the more I saw such choices — it’s practically baked in to the editorial process – and those decisions affect news content every day," she wrote. "Likewise, it’s taboo to discuss how the ratings scheme distorts content, or it’s simply taken for granted, because everyone in the commercial broadcast news industry is doing the exact same thing."
Pekary said that "behind closed doors, industry leaders will admit the damage that’s being done" and quoted a colleague who declared "We are a cancer and there is no cure.”
"As it is, this cancer stokes national division, even in the middle of a civil rights crisis. The model blocks diversity of thought and content because the networks have incentive to amplify fringe voices and events, at the expense of others… all because it pumps up the ratings," she added.​
Look at the claims Areu made against Tucker Carleson.

The woman claimed that Carleson was asking pointed questions to see if she was interested in a sexual relationship. He didn't ask her to do anything. He didn't do anything to her. That was it. That's the whole "complaint" against him.

Areu infers that Carlson “was probing to see whether [she] was interested in a sexual relationship.” Areu did not go to Carlson’s hotel room (nor, according to her account did he ask her to).
This really brings into question whether or not she is making a credible claim against Henry. Hopefully Fox didn't fire him over a false claim.