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Julian Finn
Senior Analyst and Workflow Designer at Project Hylp. Father, Writer, Photographer, Wiseass (wise-ass?) and all around Dude.
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Julian Finn Nov 23
Nope. Knowledge of a communicable disease is enough to trigger these powers. It’s an “or”statement, not an “and” statement.
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Julian Finn Nov 23
You do the same with just about every facet of life you’re not a qualified expert in. Only difference between this and those is trusting this advice has the ability to inconvenience you, so down the conspiracy rabbit hole you go. It’s selfish, and myopic and you should feel bad.
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Julian Finn Nov 23
It doesn’t actually. I’m not an epidemiologist, or a medical doctor of any kind, and I understand and value expertise that isn’t my own. So when the vast vast vast majority of people in the field, regardless of country of origin or political leanings, say, ‘be worried’ I listen.
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Julian Finn Nov 23
It’s super specifically not a flu. That assertion shows you have no idea what’s actually occurring. And no; I won’t chill. This is a huge deal, no matter how much you want to stick your head in the sand.
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Julian Finn Nov 23
Replying to @CMOH_Alberta
Adding to this: Here's the Public Health Act of Alberta Scrolling down to section 29 gives the full list of powers at Dr Hinshaw's disposal. Why, are we being told these powers don't exist? I don't get it. Cases are rising at an out of control pace and...
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Julian Finn Nov 23
Replying to @CMOH_Alberta
Why are you telling Albertans your role is only to advise rather than implement recommendations when that’s clearly not the case? Gaslighting Albertans as cases continue to rise is a funny way of doing no harm.
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Julian Finn Nov 23
I’d really love to know why Dr Hinshaw keeps gaslighting us and saying her role is just to advise government. She has the power to order lockdowns and she’s choosing not to utilize it and, worse, lying to us about it.
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Julian Finn Nov 23
Replying to @charliekirk11
Yeah. The country heals the same way any victim or crime heals, starting with seeing its abusers punished in court. And it isn’t “plotting” Charlie, it’s doing the correct and legal thing; prosecuting criminals for their crimes.
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Julian Finn Nov 22
Just gonna leave this here while you’re all backpedaling from the insanity of this coup attempt 🤣
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Julian Finn Nov 22
Impeachment was, in this case, given a treasonous Senate that the founders would have been abjectly ashamed of, a vehicle to air out the charges in public, so voters would know what they were dealing with with respect to the criminality of this president.
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Julian Finn Nov 22
Also, AOC knew what we all knows, which is that the Republican controlled senate would totally abdicate their duty to the constitution in order to prop Trump up. Which is why they refused to allow anything remotely like the trial of Bill Clinton.
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Julian Finn Nov 22
966 pages of evidence in that one volume of the IC report. There are 4 more. The Mueller report makes a rock solid case for 10 counts of obstruction, and he cites his reason for not issuing indictments as the OLC memo regarding arresting sitting presidents.
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Julian Finn Nov 22
1) that’s not “as far as we know”. The Senate Intelligence Committee report, which I posted for you, directly refutes that. That assertion, you just made, is a bald lie. The assumptions you’re making is that your view of reality is borne out by the facts, which is not the case.
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Julian Finn Nov 22
The house impeached, the senate tries and convicts and then removes, or they acquit. In the case of this go round, the senate refused to hear evidence, which is incredibly damning given the findings of their own Intelligence Committee, which I shared earlier. He was impeached.
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Julian Finn Nov 22
And you’re literally engaging in the same bad faith arguments and gaslighting tactics that the campaign did in telling Americans that Russia wasn’t involved at all. The fact that you care more about your “side” winning than you do truth or character speaks volumes.
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Julian Finn Nov 22
He was impeached.
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Julian Finn Nov 22
🤣 given the context it’s far more likely to be Trump, but excellent try. And note that it’s the Trump campaign that gets called out for gaslighting Americans on Russia’s involvement, which isn’t redacted.
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Julian Finn Nov 22
(Cont) elsewhere has been that US presidents do not do THIS. All this does is rip a country that’s already divided into angrier pieces. And for what? Read the court filings; they’re not alleging or providing evidence of the fraud the president is howling about. So there is none.
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Julian Finn Nov 22
(Cont) than the president. 2) There’s a massive amount of damage being done with this process of undermining confidence in American elections, and it’s going to be years to fully understand the consequences. For centuries the difference between an election in the US and one 2/
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Julian Finn Nov 22
So, 1) that’s a pretty myopic view of other races. If I were American I’d be super invested in finding out if the guy blocking every single piece of legislation, including Covid relief measures, was holding onto power illegitimately. He has way more impact on day to day life 1/
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