The New York Times to offer TDS (Trump Derangement Syndrome) inoculations at their New York headquarters
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 31, 2019:
NEW YORK CITY - The New York Times will offer TDS (Trump Derangement Syndrome) inoculation shots at their office on Eighth Avenue in New York City to help people who are infected with an irrational and inordinate hatred of Pres. Donald Trump. The NYT was chosen a a site for the inoculations because of the anti-Trump fever and emotional entanglement with his words and actions at the newspaper.
After more restrictive abortion laws have been approved in six states, including Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, Georgia, Alabama and Missouri, the New York Times sent a reporter to Missouri to talk to the people who may be most affected by the restrictions: black pastors and black women.
Black communities are more affected for the simple fact that black women have a disproportionately higher percentage of abortions. The rate of abortions has dropped over the last 15 years among all racial groups. But black women continue to have the highest abortion rate at 27.1 per 1,000 women compared with 10 per 1,000 for white women, according to a study published in the American Journal of Public Health. That means black women have two and a half times as many abortions as do white women.
Gov. Bill Weld plans to foil Trump’s reelection with liberal policies, if April Ryan will excuse his French
Pro choice Gov. Bill Weld plans to foil the future of Pres. Trump by presenting a liberal agenda that includes completely rebuilding one of the severely undeveloped countries, like Haiti. The same day as the Mueller hearing, July 24, nine Democrat candidates and liberal Republican candidate Bill Weld introduced themselves to the majority black audience at the NAACP convention in Detroit, MI.
Though he is a Republican in name only, he still spoke last, because after all, the black people in the audience are supposed to vote Democrat, not Republican.
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