Under Armour is no longer doing business with the NFL, Major League baseball etc. It has decided to break the deals they had. [JY] made a proposal that people under 60k should get the stimulus, this level is lower under Trump. Kevin Sorbo says the income tax was suppose to be temporary, yes it was. The patriots have now allowed the [DS]/MSM do exactly what need to be done, they explained how they rigged the elections. Why interfere with an enemy while they are in the process of destroying themselves. They believe they are in control so they let their egos take over. The [DS] understands that Trump is a threat and Trump is not on SM or making any moves, game theory.
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- Sportswear giant Under Armour is dumping its licensing contracts with the National Football League, according to Front Office Sports.
- The company axed its deal for NFL players to wear its products on the field, making the coming 2021 season the first in years that Under Armour logos will not appear on the field for years, according to a recent issue of the Front Office Sports email newsletter.
- Under Amour’s move comes on the heels of the company’s exit from several other high-profile sports leagues, as well.
- Under Armour asked to end its $85 million deal with the University of California (Cal), and also cut ties with UCLA after ending its 15-year, $280 million deal with that school. The company also paid off the University of Cincinnati to exit is 10-year, $50 million deal.
- That is not all. Under Armour also backed out of its $50 million deal with Major League Baseball.
- Under Armour has re-affirmed its contract with Super Bowl-bound superstar Tom Brady, but other athletes are reportedly re-evaluating their individual deals with the sportswear company.
- U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said on Sunday that American workers who earn $60,000 per year should receive stimulus checks as part of the White House’s proposed $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package.
- “The exact details of how it should be targeted are to be determined, but struggling middle class families need help,” Yellen said on CNN’s “State of the Union.”
The new agreement designates a $600 direct payment for every individual who made up to $75,000 last year, a $1,200 payment for couples who made up to $150,000 as well as an additional $600 per dependent child
- When Jimmy Carter came into power inflation was 5.7%, by the time he left inflation more than doubled to 13.5%. Now Joe Biden appears to be going down the same track.
- Massive government spending and a stimulative monetary policy was the heart and soul of the Carter regime and now Biden’s regime is working on doing the same.
Just a reminder that when it was introduced, income tax was only supposed to be temporary
— Kevin Sorbo (@ksorbs) February 6, 2021
- President Abraham Lincoln signed into law the first income tax – The Revenue Act of 1862 – appointing George S. Boutwell to the office of Commissioner of Internal Revenue. The Act was passed as an emergency and temporary measure to help fund the war, and it was supposed to terminate in 1866.
- The first income taxes were also higher for wealthier Americans. In 1862 the rate was 3% on income between $600 and $10,000, and 5% on income over $10,000. In 1864 the rate increased to 5% on income of $600-$5,000; 7.5% on income of $5,000-$10,000; and 10% on income of $10,000+.
- In 1872, seven years after the war, lawmakers finally did allow the temporary Revenue Act to expire. However, the government continued to raise revenue through income taxes until the Supreme Court declared the Income Tax of 1894 unconstitutional. Then along came the 16th Amendment in 1913 which granted power to Congress to “lay and collect taxes on incomes, from whatever source derived.”
In the week prior to the Senate Impeachment Trial of President Trump, the CEOs of 4 Major organizations announced they are resigning:
Katherine Mahar, Wikipedia
Jeff Zucker, CNN
Jeff Bezos, Amazon
Thomas Donohue, Chamber of Commerce
FRANCE 24: France guilty of failing to meet own Paris climate agreement commitments, Paris court finds
— Josh Caplan (@joshdcaplan) February 7, 2021
- Biden administration has begun discussing Iran policy and ways to approach the 2015 nuclear deal, known as the JCPOA.
- The US has been demanding that Iran act first and return to commitments it agreed to in 2015. But since the US is the party that violated the deal, Tehran is calling on President Biden to come into compliance with the JCPOA and lift sanctions first.
- the internet in the country was shutdown s thousands of people took to the streets of Yangon to denounce this week’s coup and demand the release of elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
- Monitoring group NetBlocks Internet Observatory reported a “national-scale internet blackout”, saying on Twitter that connectivity had fallen to 54% of ordinary levels. Witnesses reported a shutdown of mobile data services and wifi.
- Myanmar civil society organisations appealed to internet providers and mobile networks to resist the junta’s orders, saying in joint statement they were “essentially legitimising the military’s authority”.
If natural immunity doesn’t exempt healthy people from wearing a mask, and
if taking multiple doses of the vaccine doesn’t exempt healthy people from wearing a mask,
when exactly is it that healthy people will no longer be required to wear a mask?
— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) February 6, 2021
- Jason Miller, a senior adviser to former President Donald Trump, revealed on Saturday that the former president is considering launching his own social media platform in the not-too-distant future.
- “I would expect that we will see the president reemerge on social media,” Miller said when asked what Trump plans to do next. “Whether that’s joining an existing platform or creating his new platform, there are a number of different options and a number of different meetings that they’ve been having on that front. Nothing is imminent on that.”
- Asked about what a Trump social network—called something like “Trumper” or something similar—would look like, Miller was circumspect but said the former president is considering both joining existing new platforms or launching his own competitor to the tech giants in Silicon Valley.
- “All options are on the table,” Miller said.
- Former President Donald Trump’s lead impeachment defense attorney Bruce Castor said he will use video clips of top Democrats inciting violence during the coming impeachment trial.
- Castor revealed that the defense team will use some video clips of top Democrats encouraging violence during the impeachment trial which is scheduled to start on Monday.
- Castor noticed that some Democrats nationwide cheered when the rioters were burning down the cities and attacked the federal law enforcement officers last summer in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd.
- “Many of them [Democrats] in Washington using really the most inflammatory rhetoric as possible to use,” he said. “But here when you have the president of the United States give a speech and says ‘you should peacefully make your thinking known to the people in Congress,’ he all of a sudden the villain. So you better be careful what you wish for.”
- Trump’s lawyers know perfectly well that the Democrats have been reveling in violent rhetoric for years. That’s why Trump’s defense team is thinking seriously about using all that footage in the hearing:
- Trump has won two-thirds of the cases that have been adjudicated by the courts.
- The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday scheduled several high-profile contest-of-election lawsuits, including ones brought by attorneys Sidney Powell and Lin Wood, and the Trump campaign, for consideration at its Feb. 19 conference.
- According to a case listing, the lawsuits include Sidney Powell’s Michigan case (20-815), the Trump campaign’s Pennsylvania lawsuit (20-845) and Wisconsin lawsuit (20-882), the Pennsylvania lawsuit brought by Rep. Mike Kelly (R-Pa.) (20-810), and Lin Wood’s Georgia case (20-799).
- All cases allege some form of unlawful election-related conduct affecting the result of the election, including expansion of mail-in balloting by elections officials changing rules in contravention of state election laws, lack of adequate security measures around mail ballots, issues with machine vote tabulation, and denial of meaningful access to poll watchers.
- The Supreme Court declined to grant relief or fast-track the cases as requested in respective petitions filed ahead of the Jan. 20 inauguration of President Joe Biden.
- Some of the lawyers in the cases said that seeing the challenges through is important as they could have an impact on long-term election fairness.
- “If these election irregularities are not fully investigated prior to Inauguration Day and thereby effectively allowed to stand, this nation runs the very real risk of never being able to have a fair presidential election again,” Navarro warned in his report.
What is the over/under Sullivan retires [steps down] by March 2021 based on public info re: possible coordinated efforts w: OSC Mueller?
Trump never conceded the Election.
Trump still has viable Court Cases regarding the Election.
DC is Panicking because Trump is doing nothing, at least thats what they think, Trump is still a major threat to them.
Will make the SUPER BOWL look like a puppy show.
- The Puppy Bowl XVII — along with first lady Jill Biden. are headed to
- The first lady is launching a public service announcement about mask-wearing during the event, which airs on Sunday, February 7, ahead of the big game. And, of course, she had to get Champ and Major involved.
The fun begins directly after.
Will make the Super Bowl look like a puppy show.
Exactly this: “My fellow Americans, the Storm is upon us…….”
— Department of Defense 🇺🇸 (@DeptofDefense) February 7, 2021
The Time magazine article was another Trump trap.
mollie ball wrote the article
Why at this particular time do you spill the beans? I assume from this person Ball interviewed, they felt like, “Mission accomplished and it was all for the good,” so we can now brag about our victory.It is also telling that the interviewee Bassin feels it is “massively important for the country to understand that it didn’t happen accidentally”. As one conservative friend commented on the TIME article, it’s like they’re saying, “Look at me! Look at me! I want to get credit for all I did for you stupid Americans to protect democracy.”
Ball also alludes to this:
“That’s why the participants want the secret history of the 2020 election told, even though it sounds like a paranoid fever dream–a well-funded cabal of powerful people, ranging across industries and ideologies, working together behind the scenes to influence perceptions, change rules and laws, steer media coverage and control the flow of information. They were not rigging the election; they were fortifying it. And they believe the public needs to understand the system’s fragility in order to ensure that democracy in America endures.”
As Bonchie noted in his article,
“This seems like the sort of thing you don’t say out loud but, like a serial killer, many in politics are just too absorbed in their own egos to not try to take credit for their deeds.”
NOW, when he reveals how he defeated the election, he’s got his enemies admitting the theft ON THE RECORD.
Assets in place.
We’re getting close Assets are in place, the battlefield is shaping up.