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Oct 28 10:54

Biden Administration Expands List of ‘Sensitive’ Places Where Immigration Officers Cannot Make Arrests

President Joe Biden’s top homeland security official on Wednesday ordered immigration officers not to arrest illegal immigrants at a number of places, including food banks and shelters.

Oct 28 10:54

Biden prioritizes gender-based issues over supply shortages and inflation

The White House recently released a fact sheet detailing the national strategy on gender equity and equality as part of its “Gender Strategy Report.” The document, which is part of President Joe Biden’s “Build Back Better” plan, is broken down into ten interconnected priorities.

These areas of intersectional focus include economic security, gender-based violence, health, education, justice and immigration, human rights and equality under the law, security and humanitarian relief, climate change, science and technology and democracy, participation and leadership.

Biden’s strategy is both domestic and global, and it outlines priorities to support women’s rights. It also takes a cue from the national policies on gender equity of Scandinavian countries, as well as Canada’s national gender strategy.

Oct 28 07:37

The IRS Is Terrified Of Biden's Plans

On Monday, a group of 99 banks and industry groups addressed a letter to President Biden prompting him to drop his proposal to hand over transaction data to the IRS, noting they were not satisfied with simply raising the threshold from $600 to $10,000.

The organizations that represented business and financial interests, called for the White House to withdraw support for the measure and find 'more targeted measures' to reduce the tax gap.

The proposal to hand over data on all aggregate inflows and outflows of accounts with more than $600 in total transactions, drew sharp outcry from Republicans and banks alike, provoking Democrats to raise the amount to $10,000. However, the letter asserted that raising that cap amounted only to 'cosmetic' changes.

Oct 28 07:34

EXCLUSIVE: Biden FBI Joins Pelosi In Blocking GOP From Investigating January 6

The leading Republican tasked with his party’s investigation into the preparedness and response of the U.S. Capitol Police and other law enforcement agencies to the Capitol riot on January 6 is being blocked by President Joseph Biden’s FBI from gathering information, a new document reveals.

The FBI told Indiana Republican Rep. Jim Banks it would not provide Republicans the same information provided to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s hand-picked committee consisting only of Democrat-appointed members.

“We respectfully refer you to the Select Committee regarding issues of access to records and information,” the agency wrote in response to a Republican request for information, referring to the official House panel established by the speaker.

Oct 28 06:34

The Hawks Are Encircling Iran…Again

Washington and Tel Aviv’s threats against Iran are rapidly proliferating. The Israelis reportedly just approved a $1.5 billion budget for a possible military attack on Iran. Israel’s Air Force is currently training “intensely” to attack Iran’s nuclear facilities. Under Joe Biden’s watch, the Iranian people continue to be crushed under the same cruel “maximum pressure” sanctions imposed by the Donald Trump administration. In fact, on multiple occasions, Biden has imposed new sanctions on Iran. The ceaseless economic warfare is justified by the lie that Iran was or is seeking nuclear weapons as well as the ever present ancillary alarmism that this would imperil Israel.

Oct 28 06:34

US senators urge Biden to avoid India sanctions over Russian deal

Two United States senators have urged President Joe Biden to waive sanctions against India over its purchase of Russia’s S-400 air defence system, saying such a punitive measure would endanger growing cooperation.

India signed a $5.5bn deal with Russia in 2018 for five of the surface-to-air missile systems for defence against long-time adversary Pakistan and China, with which it is locked in a standoff on their disputed border.

But the proposed transfer has caused friction with the US, which passed a law in 2017 under which any country engaged with Russia’s defence and intelligence sectors could face sanctions.

Republican Senator John Cornyn and Democrat Senator Mark Warner wrote a letter to Biden on Tuesday calling for a waiver on the grounds of national security and broader cooperation.

Oct 27 08:24

Judicial Watch Sues for Records of Pelosi Call with Pentagon Chief

Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Defense for records about House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s January 8, 2021, telephone call with Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley (Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department of Defense (No 1:21-cv-00593)).

Pelosi acknowledged the call in a January 8 letter to her Democratic colleagues. In the letter, Pelosi purportedly related her discussion with Milley earlier that same day: “This morning, I spoke to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley to discuss available precautions for preventing an unstable president from initiating military hostilities or accessing the launch codes and ordering a nuclear strike. The situation of this unhinged President could not be more dangerous, and we must do everything that we can to protect the American people from his unbalanced assault on our country and our democracy.”

Oct 27 08:03

Press Sec. Stuns Reporters, Admits Plan to Ignore & Crush States' Rights | DM CLIPS | Rubin Report

Oct 27 08:01

Let's Go Brandon - Bryson Gray (MUSIC VIDEO) [Ft. @Tyson James & Chandler Crump]

Oct 27 07:57

Video: Former ICE Director Says Biden Should Be Impeached Over ‘Intentionally Unsecured’ Border

Former acting ICE director Tom Homan blasted Joe Biden Tuesday, accusing he and his administration of “intentionally” allowing the southern border to become insecure, saying it is being done “by design”.

Appearing on Fox News, Homan declared that within days America has gone from “the most secure border we ever had” under President Trump to chaos under Biden.

“We had illegal immigration down 81 percent, most secure border in my entire career of 35 years. Most secure border in my lifetime,” Homan urged.

He continued, “And we have a president that came in within days unsecured the border, and we got a secretary of Homeland Security that’s helping him do that. It’s unbelievable what they have done.”

“He intentionally unsecured the border,” Homan charged, adding “That is the most unpresidential thing I’ve ever heard. Him and the secretary should both be impeached.”

Oct 27 07:22

Watch: Biden Gets Lets Go Brandon Greetings In His Hometown

People chanted curses at President Joe Biden's motorcade as it drove through his hometown of Scranton, Pennsylvania, last week.

"F*** Joe Biden" could be detected among the roadside gathering in a video posted to TikTok.

"Welcome to Scranton, PA. Joe," the video's caption reads.

Several "Let's Go Brandon" rap songs have gone viral recently, citing a now-popular incident where a reporter mistook chants of "F*** Joe Biden " in a crowd of NASCAR fans cheering for racer Brandon Brown.

Oct 27 07:21

Biden To Nominate A RINO For Election Fraud Monitoring

The Biden administration is expected to appoint Kim Wyman, a Republican Secretary of State who opposed former President Donald Trump's claims of election fraud, to head the Department of Homeland Security's efforts to protect future elections from foreign and domestic interference, multiple people familiar with the subject revealed to CNN.

The move would put Wyman in a leading role, working with election officials across the country at a time when many members of her party have questioned the integrity of elections.

Oct 27 07:19

Hostage families to Biden: 'Bring our fellow Americans home'

Relatives of more than two dozen American hostages and wrongful detainees held overseas told President Joe Biden in a letter on Monday that they questioned his administration's commitment to bringing their loved ones home.

In the letter, obtained by The Associated Press, the family members complained that the administration seemed to be getting “bogged down in burdensome processes or policy debates that keep our loved ones from coming home and keep us uninformed of what you can and cannot do to help us.”

“We need to be shown that the promises of your administration to prioritize the return of our family members are not empty. Now is the time for action. Now we need you to bring our fellow Americans home,” the letter states.

Oct 27 07:00

"Lets Go Brandon:" White House Never Heard Of It

The White House claims they've "never heard" of the viral trend of the "F*ck Joe Biden" and "Let's Go Brandon" chants that are sweeping the country.

Administration officials have attempted to downplay the phenomenon. At least one Biden official alleged to be unfamiliar with the "Let's Go Brandon" chant or its expletive-filled alternative, although both are now chanted everywhere from college football stadiums to concert arenas to local bars.

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Oct 27 06:44

Federal Employees CRUSH Biden With Fresh Mandate Lawsuit

According to court documents, more than 50 federal employees from across the U.S. government have assembled to fight the Biden administration on coronavirus vaccine mandates.

The Washington-based Federal Practice Group filed the complaint against President Joe Biden and top agency officials in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia on Oct. 19 on behalf of dozens of federal workers and submitted an amended version on Oct. 20.

Oct 27 06:43

‘This could be the ballgame:’ Biden goes all-in on Virginia

Joe Biden and Democrats know they won’t be able to spin a loss in Virginia. So they’re raising the stakes of the election instead.

Biden is back stumping for Terry McAuliffe on Tuesday as he tries to hold off Glenn Youngkin, the Trump-backed Republican, in a bitterly tight race. With the election coming next week, both the president and the Democratic Party are increasingly embracing the notion that it is in large part a referendum on their handling of the pandemic and their support of massive government spending programs — as well as a broader repudiation of the Jan. 6 attacks on the U.S. Capitol.

Oct 27 06:18

Russia prepares the curtain call

The implementation of the conclusions of the US-Russia summit in Geneva (known as "Yalta II"), held on June 16, 2021, continues. It seems that the concessions made by Washington to Moscow are much more significant than previously thought. President Vladimir Putin continues to put the world back in order not only in the wider Middle East, but also in Africa and Asia. Substantial changes are already observable in four months. In the Russian tradition, nothing is announced, but everything will be revealed en bloc when things have become irreversible.

Oct 27 06:09

World War II (III) mission to endure: U.S. to keep troops in Germany to confront Russia

The U.S. Army is here to stay in Germany, the service’s top civilian said this week during a stop in Munich that reinforced a growing sense that a proposal for big troop cutbacks in the country is all but dead.

Secretary of the Army Christine Wormuth said Monday that “there should be no question” that the U.S. is sticking around. She highlighted the recent addition of new Army units as a sign that a mission dating to World War II will endure.

“The challenge Russia presents to both of our countries and the NATO alliance underscores how important it is we maintain and strengthen our trans-Atlantic ties,” she said.

Oct 27 06:04

Israel’s ‘terrorist’ designation of Palestinian rights groups credits ‘apartheid’ label U.S. political establishment denies

Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz’s declaration that six Palestinian human rights and civil society groups are “terrorist” organizations aimed at the “destruction” of the country has unleashed fury. “It’s a storm that won’t die down,” Owen Alterman of the Israeli broadcaster i24 News said yesterday. Liberal Zionists have said the designation is “deeply repressive,” and even the Biden administration raised an eyebrow. So now Israel is sending a delegation to Washington to try to prove the absurd/vague charge, which is based on alleged connections between the groups and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP).

One immediate effect of the declaration, which would ban organizations that fight for the rights of Palestinian prisoners and defend the rights of Palestinian children, is that it has put Israeli “apartheid” back in the news.

Oct 27 05:43

Watch: Coughing Biden Forgets His Mask And His Manners

A staunch advocate of social etiquette during a pandemic, President Joe Biden seemed to cough or clear his throat, with his hand lifted to his mouth, before shaking hands with audience members after a New Jersey speaking event.

The 78-year-old president, maskless, walked off the stage and greeted a line of people, shaking their hands and speaking with an individual up close, video shows. Biden was in the Garden State to present his Build Back Better plan and the bipartisan infrastructure deal.

Oct 26 11:32

"Identifiable Harm": Biden Kills JFK File Release, Issues Baffling Statement

hanks to President Joe Biden, JFK assassination records set to be released this year will be going back and to the archives. Back and to the archives. Back and to the archives....

In a statement on Friday, the White House announced that long-classified documents regarding the assassination of former President John F. Kennedy “shall be withheld from full public disclosure” until Dec. 15, 2022 — over 59 years after Kennedy was killed in Dallas, Texas.

According to CBS News, despite federal law which mandates all records on the event “should be eventually disclosed to enable the public to become fully informed about the history surrounding the assassination,” Biden said the federal archivist needs one more year to make appropriate redactions to minimize “identifiable harm.”

Oct 26 11:27

‘An Outrage Against Democracy’: JFK’s Nephews Urge Biden to Reveal Assassination Records

Two nephews of John F. Kennedy are calling on the Biden administration to release the final trove of secret documents on the 1963 assassination of the former president.

The records were scheduled to be made public Tuesday, but the White House announced late Friday night that it would delay their publication until at least Dec. 15 — and perhaps longer if President Joe Biden determines it’s in the nation’s best interest to keep them confidential.

“It’s an outrage. It’s an outrage against American democracy. We’re not supposed to have secret governments within the government,” Robert F. Kennedy Jr. told POLITICO. “How the hell is it 58 years later, and what in the world could justify not releasing these documents?”

Oct 26 10:54

Biden repeats debunked Amtrak story for fifth time during presidency

President Biden repeated a heartfelt yet factually challenged story about an Amtrak employee during a speech Monday in New Jersey.

For the fifth time during his presidency, Biden told a story dating back to when he was vice president about a lighthearted encounter with former Amtrak employee Angelo Negri.

"I commuted every single day, 263 miles a day, on Amtrak from the time I got elected United States senator," the president said. "I got to know all the conductors really well, they became my friends – I mean, really, my genuine friends, I’d have them at my home for Christmas and during the summer.

"And Ange walks up to me and goes, ‘Joey, baby,’ grabs my cheek and I thought the Secret Service was going to blow his head off," he said.

Oct 26 10:29

Must See: White House Forced To Retract ANOTHER 'Ol' Joe' Statement

The White House has walked back on President Joe Biden’s latest remark about supply chain challenges, asserting that the Biden administration is not planning to mobilize the National Guard to help unload container ships or drive trucks to deliver merchandise.

During an Oct. 21 town hall meeting hosted by CNN, President Biden was asked whether the federal government would send the National Guard to help ease the supply chain backlog. He answered that he was “absolutely” willing to consider that option.

“Yes, absolutely, positively, I would do that,” Biden declared. “The answer is yes, if we can’t move to increase the number of truckers, which we’re in the process of doing.”

Oct 26 06:53

White House to “Quickly” Vaccinate 28 Million Children Age 5-11 as Deaths and Injuries Continue to Increase Among 12 to 19-Year-Olds Who Received a COVID-19 Shot

It is pretty clear these days that corporate America is now controlling the State Department along with their “health agencies” such as the FDA and the CDC.

This week the Biden Administration laid out their plans to quickly vaccinate 28 million children between the ages of 5 and 11 with a COVID-19 vaccine, which sounded more like a Press Release from Pfizer, since the FDA has not even authorized the shots for that age group yet.

ZeroHedge News reported:

The Biden administration on Wednesday unveiled its plan to ‘quickly’ vaccinate roughly 28 million children age 5-11, pending authorization from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Oct 26 06:53

Trump WARNS Of Biden's Policies Ahead Of A Migrant Caravan

As a group of approximately 2,000 Central American migrants continued their mass exodus from the southern Mexico city of Tapachula Sunday, former President Donald Trump issued a statement critiquing the lack of response from the Biden administration.

"The largest caravan in history is coming towards us, and we are totally unprepared and doing nothing about it, " former President Trump declared Sunday in a statement issued through his Save America PAC. "Complete the wall and get tough. Our Country is being systematically destroyed before our very eyes!"

Oct 26 06:33

Antagonizing Russia: A Biden Administration Specialty

Joe Biden’s administration seems determined to surpass its predecessors in taking actions that are certain to antagonize Russia. In just the past two weeks, the United States and its NATO allies have gone out of their way to provoke Moscow on four separate occasions. Such irresponsible behavior exacerbates already dangerous tensions with a nuclear-armed great power.

Oct 26 06:33

How Biden is trying to rebrand the drone war

For months, the White House and Pentagon have been touting the efficacy of “over the horizon” warfare — purportedly an accurate and effective targeting of terrorists in nations where the United States has few or no boots on the ground. “Terrorism has metastasized around the world,” said President Joe Biden in August. “We have over-the-horizon capability to keep them from going after us.”

While peddled as innovative, experts say that over-the-horizon warfare is effectively a rebranding of the drone campaign that has been employed for almost 20 years in places like Libya, Somalia, and Yemen. It is also, they told Responsible Statecraft, likely to fail.

“This idea that over-the-horizon strikes are going to solve all the problems is absolute horseshit,” said Marc Garlasco, who served for seven years at the Pentagon, including as chief of high value targeting during the Iraq War in 2003.

Oct 26 06:30

NATO's flirtation with adding 2 more members runs the risk of starting a war the US can't afford to fight

US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin is visiting Europe this week having said Ukraine and Georgia have an "open door to NATO" and that "no third country has a veto over NATO's membership decisions."

Because both countries have been on the receiving end of Russian aggression, it is natural to feel sympathy for Ukraine and Georgia - but offering them NATO membership is an extremely dangerous and counterproductive policy that does not serve the US national interest.

Rather than bolster the security of the American people, as one would expect US defense policy to do, expanding NATO increases the risk of the United States being drawn into a war with Russia. Moving forward in the process of offering NATO membership to Ukraine or Georgia risks igniting a major NATO-Russia conflict.

Oct 26 06:06

Biden’s Treasury Nominee to Regulate US Banking Is Open Marxist Who Joined Facebook Marxist Analysis Page in 2019

The Biden regime recently nominated an open Marxist to the role of comptroller of the currency. Saule Omarova was nominated run the key post that regulates national banks last month.

Saule Omarova was born in the USSR and is a devout Marxist.

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She refused to turn over her thesis on Maxism to the Senate when she was nominated by Biden to run the banks.

And now internet sleuths discovered that Omarova joined a Facebook group for Marxists and socialists back in 2019.

Again — this was only two years ago in 2019.
The Biden-Obama regime wants her to control the banking system in America.

Oct 26 05:33

Business Leaders Are Begging Biden Not To Crash The Economy

Is Joe Biden about to apply the finishing blow to the U.S. economy? If you don’t understand what I am talking about, just keep reading. Somehow it seems appropriate that “the Grim Creeper” is in charge during the dying days of the U.S. economic system. The U.S. dollar is being systematically destroyed, there are significant shortages all over the nation, a horrifying global energy crisis has suddenly erupted, and we are facing the most epic shortage of workers in our entire history. As a result of the worker shortage, thousands upon thousands of very basic tasks that need to get done in order for our economy to run smoothly simply aren’t getting done. This is one of the reasons why we are now facing the worst supply chain headaches that any of us have ever seen, and it is in this environment that Biden has chosen to deliver the coup de grâce.

Oct 25 14:52

JUST IN: U.S. To Require Vaccine Passports And COVID Tests When Restrictions On International Travel Are Lifted

On Monday, President Joe Biden’s White House announced that airlines will need to check with U.S.-bound travelers for proof of vaccine or a negative COVID-19 test when international travel restrictions are lifted next month. These travelers will also need to provide contact information to federal officials.

This comes weeks after the Biden administration announced that it will be lifting COVID-19 travel restrictions that banned most visitors from dozens of countries, including the U.K. and Brazil, on November 8, according to CNBC. Donald Trump put these rules in place in early 2020 at the start of the pandemic, and Biden extended them earlier this year.

Oct 25 12:34

US patience is up, pressure on Tehran could be days away - analysis

Stage one of the Biden administration waiting for Tehran to talk has concluded.
The patience of the US with Iranian procrastination from returning to nuclear talks is up and it will start exerting pressure along with global partners in “the coming days and weeks” to get Iran back to the negotiating table, was a major takeaway from a press briefing by US Iran envoy Rob Malley.

At one point in the briefing, Malley said that he and his team had met with EU, Sunni Gulf states and other non-Western partners (in September he was in Moscow) recently to “discuss where we go from here – to see in the coming weeks and months” what steps they would take against the Islamic Republic if there was no near-term return to talks.

Oct 25 11:23

US Vice-President Kamala Harris confronts a reality gap on Palestinians

Lawrence Davidson examines US Vice-President Harris's response to Zionist fury at her reply to criticism of US support for Israeli crimes in term of the "environment where the Zionists, despite the false nature of their claims, have created a stranglehold on the political fate of many American politicians".>>

Oct 25 11:01

North Korea calls Biden's comments on Taiwan 'reckless'

North Korea slammed President Biden’s recent comments on defending Taiwan if China attacked, calling them “reckless,” according to state news outlet Korean Central News Agency.

North Korean Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Pak Myong Ho said in a statement to the news agency that the U.S.’s “indiscreet meddling” into Taiwan “entails a potential danger of touching off a delicate situation on the Korean peninsula.”

“The U.S. should bear in mind that its reckless interference in internal affairs, its attempt for division and an open act of double standard would only invite tragic consequences of lifting an ax to drop it on its own foot,” Pak said.

During a CNN town hall on Thursday, Biden answered in the affirmative when asked if the U.S. would defend Taiwan if Beijing attacked.

Oct 25 10:44

Kamala Going On Eurotrip Amid Border Assignment

Vice President Kamala Harris does not plan to return to the U.S.-Mexico border region anytime soon, she announced Friday in New York City – but she will be jetting off to Europe next month.

Harris has plans to travel to Paris in November to meet with French President Emmanuel Macron, deliver a speech at the annual Paris Peace Forum and attend the Paris Conference on Libya, the White House reported Friday, according to The Associated Press.

Oct 25 10:19

Watch Psaki's Sad Attempt To Try & Show Biden Did Not Lie - (Video)

Jen Psaki, the White House Press Secretary, attempted to defend President Biden on Friday for his unwillingness to travel to the southern border, citing a trip he made over a decade ago to the region as evidence for his familiarity with the issues there.

"Why did President Biden say he has been to the border," Fox News White House Correspondent Peter Doocy asked Psaki, referencing remarks made by the president during Thursday night's town hall with CNN.

Oct 25 10:17

Open borders policies are really just are a child trafficking operation run by Democrats

The Biden regime has reportedly “lost track” of some 45,000 illegal immigrant children who arrived at America’s southern border before mysteriously “disappearing.”

This represents nearly half of the 114,000 missing persons cases that have occurred at the border just this year, which critics say is suggestive of foul play by Biden and his cronies.

“The decision to weaken the vetting process contributed, in part, to the Biden administration’s loss of contact with 40% of the more than 114,000 unaccompanied children who entered the U.S. illegally,” reported Just the News, citing data obtained by Axios via a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.

The Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) warned back in September that nearly half of the time, the Biden regime is not following up with unaccompanied illegal minors. The potential consequences of this could be dire for the children.

Oct 25 09:56

Pelosi Confirms Wealth Tax On Billionaires' Unrealized Gains Is On The Way

In the scramble to find a tax hike that all 50 Democrat Senators could support, Senator Kyrsten Sinema OKs a Tax on Billionaires’ Unrealized Gains.

A new annual tax on billionaires’ unrealized capital gains is likely to be included to help pay for the vast social policy and climate package lawmakers hope to finalize this week, senior Democrats said Sunday.

“We probably will have a wealth tax,” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) said Sunday on CNN, noting that Senate Democrats were still working on their proposal, which isn’t technically a wealth tax but bears a strong resemblance to that idea.

The proposal under consideration from Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden (D., Ore.) would impose an annual tax on unrealized capital gains on liquid assets held by billionaires, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said Sunday on CNN.

Oct 25 08:07

Officials Look to Dial Back Biden’s Taiwan Comments

Last week, President Biden set out a new position on Taiwan, reversing years of US ambiguity by saying he absolutely would go to war with China over the island. Since then, officials have been looking to dial that back.

The talk has been that Biden’s statement was a “gaffe,” and officials are now trying to revise that by insisting US policy has not changed, in spite of Biden’s comments being a very direct change from the status quo.

Biden seemed to want to get out in front of tensions between China and Taiwan, but in committing the US explicitly to such a war, many warn that he is making military confrontation more likely. This was doubly the case when China responded by saying their position isn’t going to change.

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Oct 25 06:38

Walensky Says the Biden Regime is Planning on “Education and Counseling” For Unvaccinated Police Officers and ‘Essential Workers’ (VIDEO)

CDC Director Rochelle Walensky on Sunday said the Biden Regime is planning on providing “education and counseling” for unvaccinated police officers and ‘essential workers.’

“Let’s talk about mandates for adults. President Biden was asked about the quite controversial mandates for essential workers at his town hall this week. Take a look at his answer,” Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace said while showing a clip of Biden’s remarks during Thursday night’s dumpster fire town hall.

Oct 25 06:09

Biden Abandoned Critical Mineral Reserves In Afghanistan While Thwarting Mining At Home

Republicans on the House Committee on Natural Resources held a forum Oct. 22 to discuss how President Biden’s exit from Afghanistan left massive, untapped reserves of rare-earth metals, lithium, and other vital minerals in Taliban hands, potentially opening them up to exploitation by China.

Speakers said the Biden administration has simultaneously worked to hinder key mining projects in the United States, such as Minnesota’s Twin Metals copper-nickel project and Arizona’s Resolution copper mine, which would allow the United States to produce many of those minerals at home, thereby avoiding dependence on the Taliban or the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).

“It’s almost like it’s intentional, to stop U.S. production of these critical minerals and elements,” said Ranking Member Bruce Westerman (R-Ark.).

Oct 25 05:30

This Is Why Harris Is Way Too Confident In Biden's Build Back Better

They are about to reach a compromise. President Joe Biden and Congress' top Democrats came close to sealing their enormous domestic legislation. However, the informal deadline seemed to slip as they worked to balance back the measure and learn how to pay for it.

Discussions were expected to continue this weekend, all sides suggesting just a few issues remained unsettled in the sweeping package of social services and climate change strategies.

Biden met at the White House on Friday with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer joined by a video call from New York, trying to shore up details. The leaders have been working with party moderates and progressives to decrease the once-$3.5 trillion, 10-year package to around $2 trillion in child care, health care and clean energy programs.

Oct 25 05:28

Biden's Woke-Holiness Meeting Comes As Tensions High In Catholic America

President Biden is expected to meet with Pope Francis for the first time as president next Friday, just weeks before the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) will assemble to propose a document directing bishops about whether politicians who support abortion should be excluded from Communion.

The USCCB, over the summer, voted to outline a formal paper on the meaning of the Eucharist after a controversial debate on whether Roman Catholic politicians who support policies that oppose church teaching should receive the sacrament. The voting record announced was 168 bishops in favor, 55 opposed, and six bishops withholding.

Oct 24 07:39

Watch: Biden Goes Viral Over Not Figuring Out Where To Put His Hands

While the "Let's Go Brandon" meme has taken on a life of its own, new challengers to the comedy throne have emerged, making jokes at the expense of the prevailing resident of the White House.

At one point throughout Thursday's CNN town hall, President Biden gripped both of Joe's hands into a pair of fists. He affirmed that attitude as host Anderson Cooper asked him a question.

Oct 24 07:38

Revealed: Biden ABANDONED Far More Americans Than Thought

One of the questions that managed the public's attention over the Biden administration's botched departure from Afghanistan was how many Americans were left in the nation. The White House gave diverse answers back then.

The Biden White House told the public they didn't know.

Although, months later, according to the Washington Free Beacon, we have a more exact amount — almost 400 — far beyond the hazy estimates provided by officials.

Oct 24 07:37

Hitler Was The Last Reason For Such Low Presidential Approval Rates

President Joe Biden's plummet in the polls is the worst of any president since World War II, a Gallup poll has found.

Biden dropped from a 56% approval rating at the beginning of the year to 44.7% in the third quarter of 2021, the organization reported.

The drop was in line with those of his Democratic predecessors Barack Obama, who went down by 10 points, Bill Clinton, who dropped almost 7 points, and Jimmy Carter, who dropped almost 9 points during similar periods in their respective administrations.

Oct 24 07:35

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Oct 23 06:19

‘Germany is your friend now’: Outgoing US ambassador insults Serbia at memorial for schoolboys executed by Nazis

Seeking to honor schoolboys and other Serbian civilians murdered in a mass execution by Germans in 1941, the US ambassador in Belgrade spoke about progress towards a peaceful, united Europe – just like the Nazis did back then.

On Thursday, Ambassador Anthony Godfrey visited the monument in Kragujevac, dedicated to some 2,800 civilians the Nazi occupiers executed on October 21, 1941. Bowing to the “tragic victims” and even referencing a poem memorializing the massacre of an entire class of schoolboys, Godfrey then pivoted to milking the event for political purposes.

“Germany today stands with Serbia as a great friend, which speaks of the strength of reconciliation and the need to walk forward together towards a united Europe, ruled by peace and unity,” he tweeted.

Oct 22 11:37

Biden Rips Into Texas Female Sports Integrity Bill

On Tuesday, the White House rebuked a recently enacted bill in Texas that demands school sports to be divided by biological sex, saying the law is "hateful" and is "bullying disguised as legislation."

The law, which was signed by both the House and Senate on Monday, is expected to be signed by Gov. Greg Abbott, who sanctioned lawmakers for having finally "passed legislation to protect the integrity of Texas high school sports," according to The Dallas Morning News.

Oct 22 08:59

Under Biden, We’ve Gone From ‘Make America Great’ To ‘Lower Your Expectations’

As the economy falters in the wake of rising inflation, chronic worker shortages, and a deepening supply chain crisis, the rhetoric from the Biden administration and its defenders has shifted from “we’ve got this” to “stop your whining.” Is this what Americans bargained for when they ditched Mr. Mean Tweets for Joe “Nexnelsrent” Biden?

A perfect example of this shift is an op-ed by a contributing columnist to the Washington Post – Micheline Maynard – who says that the real problem we face today isn’t skyrocketing prices, bottlenecks at the ports, and empty shelves. It is us spoiled brats.

“American consumers, their expectations pampered and catered to for decades, are not accustomed to inconvenience,” she writes. “Time for some new, more realistic expectations.”

Maynard’s op-ed, and the Washington Post, took plenty of flak for blaming the victim. But the truth is that it is increasingly the way the White House is talking as well.

Oct 22 08:58

Biden's child tax credit, community college and paid family leave plans may be cut

Like basically every presidential candidate in the last 50 years, Joe Biden talked a big game about boosting the middle class during his campaign. But many of the programs his administration has proposed to give the extra help that most Americans need to survive or thrive are the ones centrist Democrats have forced onto the chopping block.

The problem

Unequal wage growth has left the average worker’s paycheck today with the same purchasing power as the average worker 40 years ago, even as the price of everything has gone up. Meanwhile, attending college is almost three times as expensive — even as more jobs require some form of secondary education. Housing prices continue to rise, but potential buyers struggle to find places they can afford. And the U.S. remains the only country in the industrialized world to offer zero guaranteed paid time off to workers for medical or parental leave.

The promise

Oct 22 07:46

THE WHITE HOUSE’S PLAN TO “QUICKLY” VACCINATE 28 MILLION CHILDREN

The White House has a plan to “quickly” vaccinate 28 million children! The children the government has targeted for these shots are aged 5-11.

Pending authorization from the Food and Drug Administration, the United States government will begin pushing hard to get around 28 million children injected with the “vaccine” that is being shown to destroy people’s immune systems.

Comparison of Official Government Reports Suggest Fully Vaccinated Are Developing Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome

The shot, which also doesn’t prevent transmission of Covid-19 will be available at pediatricians, local pharmacies, and possibly even at schools, according to the White House, which expects FDA authorization of the Pfizer shot for children – the least likely to fall seriously ill or die from the virus, in a matter of weeks, according to the Associated Press.

Oct 22 07:24

Revealed: Biden rejected way forward in Iran deal talks

Iran’s delay in rejoining talks in Vienna to revive the landmark 2015 nuclear agreement has fueled speculation that the new Ebrahim Raisi government has lost interest in the accord. Its deepened mistrust, optimism about its China option, and confidence that it can weather American sanctions have shaped this conclusion, leaving Washington with no choice but to publicly threaten its own shift to more coercion under an undefined Plan B, the narrative goes.

But new information obtained by Responsible Statecraft reveals that that impasse is not because of an Iranian sense of immunity to pressure, but largely because President Joe Biden refused to commit to keeping sanctions lifted on Iran for the rest of his term, even if Iran rejoins and complies with the nuclear deal.

Oct 22 07:15

Joe Biden falsely claims to CNN town hall that just two million Americans had received COVID vaccine when he took over from Donald Trump - even though the actual figure was 16 million

President Joe Biden has falsely claimed that just two million Americans had received a COVID vaccine when he replaced Donald Trump, even though the true figure was eight times higher - 16 million.

At a CNN town hall Thursday evening, the president claimed: 'When I first was elected, there were only two million people who had COVID shots in the United States of America.

'Now we got 190 million because I went out and bought everything I could do and buy in sight and it worked,' he claimed.

Oct 22 07:14

BUMBLING BIDEN: US President delivers bizarre speech while spruiking infrastructure plan

Oct 22 07:13

'He's not all there': Critics slam Biden's bumbling infrastructure speech

Oct 22 07:12

Biden to campaign with McAuliffe in home stretch of Virginia governor’s race

McAuliffe’s campaign announced Thursday that Biden will headline a rally at Virginia Highlands Park in Arlington on Tuesday evening.

The appearance will mark the second time that the president has campaigned in the state for McAuliffe, a longtime friend who held the state’s Executive Mansion from 2014 to 2018. Virginia prohibits its governors from serving consecutive terms, and McAuliffe is only the second to seek a comeback since the Civil War.

Biden won Virginia by 10 points over President Donald Trump last year, but his approval in the state has plunged since the military’s chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan, and as Biden has failed to get Democrats in Congress to advance his domestic agenda.

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This may backfire on McAuliffe if Biden goes off on one of his demented rants.

Oct 22 07:01

Texas, Missouri Sue Biden Administration to Continue With Building Border Wall

One of Biden's first actions as US president in January was to sign an executive order halting all border wall projects leftover from Trump's administration. Nevertheless, the country has been overwhelmed by an unprecedented influx of illegal migrants from Latin America, stretching the resources of all border states and federal agencies.

The attorneys general of Missouri and Texas have joined to bring a new lawsuit against the Biden administration over border security measures, attempting to compel the government to resume construction of the southern border wall amid the ongoing crisis.
Attorneys General Eric Schmitt of Missouri and Ken Paxton of Texas argued in their statements on Thursday that the administration's decision to halt construction of the wall when President Joe Biden took office redirected funds appropriated for the project, violating the separation of powers and the Constitution's Take Care Clause.

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"What's a Constatushun?" -- Official White Horse Souse

Oct 22 06:45

A Display Of Contempt

Joe Biden’s administration insists that it wants to improve America’s badly frayed bilateral relationship with Russia. However, the president’s recent choice of an envoy for that task, Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Victoria Nuland, strongly suggests a lack of sincerity on Washington’s part. Nuland was in Moscow for talks with senior Russian officials, including presidential aide Yury Ushakov, Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov, and President Vladimir Putin’s deputy chief of staff, Dmitry Kozak, October 11-13. Before she could even depart for her trip, though, the Kremlin had to lift a travel ban and other sanctions it had imposed on Nuland. That move occurred as part of a deal in which the United States lifted similar restrictions on Konstantin Vorontsov, a high-level foreign ministry official.

Oct 22 06:44

Biden Says United States Would Come to Taiwan’s Defense

The US has long tried to avoid directly needling China over Taiwan, by taking a position of ambiguity as to whether the US would immediately go to war to prevent a Chinese takeover of the island. President Biden has done away with that ambiguity now, however, saying he absolutely would go to war over Taiwan.

Biden summed up his statement with “I don’t want a cold war with China. I just want China to understand that we’re not going to step back, that we’re not going to change any of our views.”

That’s an unfortunately common US stance to take, not wanting a war but ruling out any discussions or flexibility to avoid one. While the US was nominally worried China would blunder without such a stance, the greater risk is the US blundering into a war through sheer stubbornness.

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Here's your rifle, Joe.

Oct 22 06:32

National School Board Association head talked to White House for WEEKS before asking to rein in ‘domestic terrorist’ parents

Leaders of the US National School Board Association failed to consult their own board and were in touch with the White House before publishing a letter with a call to label unruly parents as “domestic terrorists," emails reveal.

In a letter to President Joe Biden last month, the NSBA insisted that the classification of parents’ disruptive actions at school board meetings “could be the equivalent to a form of domestic terrorism and hate crimes,” calling on Biden to direct the Justice Department to apply the Patriot Act “in regards to domestic terrorism” wherever possible.

On Thursday, a trove of NSBA emails obtained by Parents Defending Education through a public information request revealed that the president of the association, Viola Garcia, and CEO Chip Slaven had been communicating with the White House for weeks before the final version of the controversial letter was sent out to the media.

Oct 22 06:28

Biden defies longstanding US policy by telling CNN town hall he WOULD defend Taiwan if it was attacked by China, forcing White House to issue 'clarification' contradicting president

White House advisers were forced to 'clarify' a comment by Joe Biden that the US would defend Taiwan in the event of an attack by China, in breach of a longstanding policy that states otherwise.

'Yes,' he responded when asked in a CNN town hall about defending Taiwan. 'We have a commitment to that.'

Biden's statement was at odds with the long-held US policy known as 'strategic ambiguity,' where Washington helps build Taiwan's defenses but does not explicitly promise to come to the island's help in the event of an attack.

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Here's your rifle, Joe.

Oct 22 06:26

Biden REPEATS his debunked claim that his multi-trillion dollar spending plan costs nothing and says people don't understand what's in it

Joe Biden repeated his questionable claim Thursday night that his multi-trillion spending plan will not cost anything, which some experts have called 'delusional.'

The president made the remark at the top of his town hall meeting on CNN, saying: 'By the way, all this paid for. Every single penny. It's not going to raise one single cent.'

Biden also acknowledged that his congressional agenda is hard to understand. He has two pieces of legislation he's pushing: his infrastructure plan that funds traditional projects like roads, bridges and airports and he has a second plan that focuses on social programs. That second plan has been called a budget package, a reconcilitation bill, and his Build Back Better bill.

Oct 22 05:57

'I guess I should go down': Joe Biden gives lukewarm answer when grilled about why he hasn't visited southern border during CNN town hall: Insists he's been too busy inspecting hurricane damage and 'traveling around the world'

President Joe Biden said he 'guesses' he should check out the southern border for himself in a town hall Thursday night, days after new data revealed that a record number of migrants were taken into US custody this year.

Asked by Cooper if he should go down to the border amid record crossings and condemnation of his strategy to tackle illegal immigration, Biden said: 'I've been there before ... I know it well ... I guess I should go down.'

He cited recent hurricanes and world travel as reasons why he hasn't had 'a whole hell of a lot of time to get down.

Oct 22 05:54

Fact Check: Biden Claims He Brought Country Back from Brink of Financial Collapse

CLAIM: “Under my Administration, we’ve gone from the brink of financial collapse to historic job growth. We have a lot of work to do still – but this is progress,” President Joe Biden tweeted Thursday.

Verdict: False.

Jobless claims remain well above their expected long-term average of 270,000 and never once during Biden’s administration did they fall below 300,000 prior to this month. Total employment remains below its prepandemic level and the prime-age employment to population ratio is still depressed.

Oct 21 11:41

Joe Biden & The Disappearing Elephant: How To Make A Full-Sized Scandal Vanish In Front Of An Audience Of Millions

This week marked the anniversary of one of the greatest political tricks in history: the disappearance of Hunter Biden scandal.

New emails were released that added new details to what was a raw influence peddling operation that netted millions from foreign sources. A new tranche of emails connecting President Joe Biden to key accounts prove just how this political sleight of hand was worthy of Houdini. After all, Houdini only made an elephant disappear. The Bidens made the equivalent to an entire circus disappear in front of an audience of millions.

Oct 21 11:40

In 'Deep Ship'? Biden Weighs National Guard To Address Record Number Of Vessels Off Los Angeles

It's becoming impossible to ignore just how unprepared the Biden administration is in tackling the current shipping crisis and its impact on domestic supply chains and state economies. A significant backlog of container ships continues to pile up at Los Angeles and Long Beach ports, even though President Biden issued a directive last week to keep both ports, which account for 40% of all shipping containers entering the U.S., operating on a 24/7 basis. Now the administration is so desperate that they're weighing the use of the National Guard to alleviate stretched supply chains so that Americans will hopefully get their consumer goods before the holidays, according to AP News.

Oct 21 07:04

OUR EPIC SUPPLY CHAIN CRISIS JUST HIT ANOTHER LEVEL, AND BIDEN IS CONSIDERING CALLING IN THE NATIONAL GUARD TO HELP

It is the month of October, and right now many Americans are more scared by the state of our national supply chains than by anything else. Some of the things that I am going to share with you in this article are truly frightening, and I would very much encourage you to take them seriously.

Our economic infrastructure is failing on a massive scale, and officials are openly admitting that things will get even worse in the months ahead. We are in uncharted territory because none of us has ever seen anything like this before. If our leaders cannot get this fixed, 2022 is going to be a truly nightmarish year.

Of course just last week Joe Biden gave a big speech in which he assured all of us that he was implementing measures that would soon turn things around.

Oct 21 06:32

Some Democrats Want to Give Biden War Powers to Fight China Over Taiwan

There is an ongoing debate between centrist Democrats and progressives in Washington over giving President Biden war powers to go to war with China in the case that Beijing invades Taiwan, Foreign Policy reported on Wednesday.

The centrists are in favor of expanding Biden’s authorities even though any military action against China risks nuclear war, while the progressives favor the current policy.

One Democrat in the House, Rep. Elaine Luria (D-VA), the House Foreign Affairs Committee vice-chair, made the case to give Biden the war powers in an op-ed for The Washington Post.

Luria’s concern is that if China moves to take Taiwan, getting authorization from Congress would take too long. “So if you can’t act quickly enough, China overwhelmingly takes Taiwan,” she told Foreign Policy.

Oct 20 08:50

"The Bidens": Is The First Family Corrupt, Or Merely Crazy?

If you want insight into how challenging life has become for reporters in the Trump era, take a glance at the author’s note for The Bidens, the controversial new book about the president and his family by Politico reporter Ben Schreckinger.

No journalism is apolitical, but Schreckinger’s approach to investigating the first family is as close as you’ll find in the “moral clarity” era to old-school aspirations to objectivity. This book initially won love from the conservative press because Schreckinger brought the mainstream imprimatur of Politico to confirmation of some of the key emails in the infamous Hunter Biden laptop story. But that enthusiasm may have tailed off when reporters for those outlets read the book, which is also brutal in its treatment of figures like Rudy Giuliani, Lev Parnas, and Donald Trump; Schreckinger is an equal-opportunity offender.

Oct 20 08:49

Vice President Harris Confronts a Reality Gap

What sort of gap exists when it comes to American support for Palestinian rights? Is it a generation gap or perhaps a perceptual gap leading to an argument over what is and is not true? This question was suggested, at least in my mind, on 28 September 2021 when Vice President Harris (age 56) paid a visit to George Mason University in northern Virginia. Actually, she was there for reasons that had nothing to do with Palestine or U.S. foreign policy. She was on a public relations excursion to “honor national voter registration day.” I do not know why her staff chose this venue, but it being a university, they built in a brief Q & A session.

Oct 20 08:08

Biden Caves to Unions Again, Sabotaging Consumers

From Christmas toys to clothing and auto parts, shortages of imported products are forcing factories to idle, store shelves to sit empty and consumers to panic. What else is in short supply? The truth about what's causing this economic crisis.

President Joe Biden, who brags about running "the most pro-union administration in history," won't admit that longshoremen's unions are holding the nation hostage, refusing to allow the use of automated equipment to unload container ships and get the goods onto trucks faster.

The U.S. is the world's largest importer, but its major ports at Los Angeles and Long Beach, California, rank a dismal 328 and 333, respectively, in the World Bank's Container Port Performance Index. That means nightmare inefficiency worse than most developing countries. Not one U.S. port made it into the top 50 for speed and efficiency. In contrast, Japan's Yokohama port ranks No. 1.

Oct 20 05:48

REVEALED: Biden Admin Smuggles Illegals Into Country

Planeloads of underage migrants are being secretly flown into suburban New York in an effort by President Biden’s administration to quietly resettle them across the region, The NY Post reported.

The charter flights have been underway since at least August, according to sources familiar with the matter. The flights originate in Texas, where the worsening border crisis has overwhelmed local immigration officials. Last week, The Post reported seeing planes land at the Westchester County Airport, where most of the passengers who exited appeared to be children and teens, with a small portion appearing to be men in their 20s.

Oct 19 12:52

Psaki ADMITS Thousands Of Migrants Are Being Flown Into The US In The Middle Of The Night

Oct 19 09:56

Biden Regime Caught Shipping Underage Migrants to New York State in the Dead of Night

Joe Biden has secretly been flying underage migrants to New York state for resettlement in the dead of night.
The US is expecting 400,000 migrants to cross into the US this month, a new record under Joe Biden. The migrants are being shipped across the US after they cross the open US border with Mexico.

The Daily Mail reported:

Hundreds of underage migrants are being secretly flown from Texas to New York for resettlement by the Biden administration, an investigation has learned.

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The programme is an effort by the White House to resettle migrants across the state, according to the New York Post, and comes amid the on-going border crisis that has overwhelmed immigration officials this summer.

Oct 19 09:40

Psaki Dodges Reporter’s Question About Joe And Jill Biden Breaking D.C.’s Mask Rule

On Monday, White House press secretary Jen Psaki dodged questions about President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden breaking D.C.’s mask mandates when both were recently spotted in a restaurant walking around with no masks..

Washington, D.C. has had an indoor mask mandate since July.

Psaki Dodges

Fox News’ Senior White House Correspondent Peter Doocy asked Psaki about the incident, in which a patron recorded the Bidens walking around in the restaurant without masks on.

“There is a mask requirement inside D.C. restaurants yet President Biden and the first lady were not wearing masks while walking around a D.C. restaurant on Saturday,” Doocy said.

“Why?” he asked

Oct 19 07:38

Tax The Rich? More Like CRUSH The Poor

Under a new Biden administration proposal, the Internal Revenue Service is three times more likely to audit a citizen making less than $25,000 instead of someone in the top 1 percent of wealth.

The new proposal, which would need financial institutions to annually report customers’ account deposits and withdrawals at $600 or more, provides the IRS more leverage over those making less than $25,000 because they are more prone to have irregular income. Over the next decade, the reporting on over 140 million bank accounts would raise an approximated $700 billion in tax revenue, covering social spending in the Reconciliation Bill.

Oct 19 07:12

Joe Manchin Standing Up To Biden's Outrageous Desires

Moderate Democrat Senator Joe Manchin will support Joe Biden's flagship child tax credits policy, but only if the existing program is made markedly less generous, sources reveal.

The West Virginia senator insisted that if the program is to continue into 2022, it must have a firm work requirement to try and deter recipients from using it as their sole means of income.

Manchin also wants the program only to be made available to families with an income of $60,000 or below, a huge reduction on the current earnings cap.

Oct 19 06:20

Jesse Watters reveals what's really in Biden's massive spending plan

Oct 19 05:58

Biden Caught Red Handed Breaking DC COVID Restrictions

Joe and Jill Biden dined out in Washington DC on Saturday night for the first time since moving to the White House - and immediately broke the city's mask mandate.

The president and first lady were seen at Fiola Mare, a seafood restaurant popular with the political set in the Georgetown area of the city.

"Per CDC guidance and DC Mayor Muriel Bowser's executive order, all individuals over age 2 are required to wear a mask indoors, regardless of vaccination status," the restaurant announces on its website.

Oct 19 05:48

Biden's Guy To Enforce Border Law Is A Known Rule-Breaker

President Biden's pick to head Customs and Border Protection (CBP) will face scrutiny from senators at his confirmation hearing next week, and immigration hawks are raising concerns regarding what they call his "downright dangerous" record opposing police cooperation with federal immigration enforcement.

In April, Chris Magnus, a police chief in Tucson, Arizona, was chosen by Biden to lead the agency that manages Border Patrol and is the agency at the frontlines of defending America's borders. His confirmation hearing is set for Tuesday and is attracting particular scrutiny due to the ferocious and continuing disaster at the southern border.

Oct 19 05:42

Video: Nurse Refuses Injection. Compares Vaccine Passports to Yellow Star

Nurse Luba refuses the COVID-19 vaccine and tells her story.

From the hospital where she’s currently suspended, a negative PCR test result twice a week is a requirement in lieu of COVID shots.

She has not worked for three weeks now.

Watch the video below.

Oct 19 05:42

White House Still Pushing 'Free' Biden Agenda

President Biden is sticking by his claim that his Build Back Better agenda will cost the average American taxpayer absolutely nothing.

"The cost of the Build Back Better Agenda is $0," the White House tweeted Sunday.

"The President's plan won't add to our national deficit and no one making under $400,000 per year will see their taxes go up a single penny," the declaration read. "It's fully paid for by ensuring big corporations and the very wealthy pay their fair share."

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Oct 19 05:41

Insanity Or What?

The American government does appear to be insane. They have deliberately antagonized China, Russia, Syria, Iran, Venezuela and Lebanon. Yet they sent so much of their manufacturing capacity to China that the US trade deficit is $73.3 billion a month. That means we have to finance wars for Israel and Wall Street by selling bonds to China to buy war materiel from them. The result is that we can only fight a war against China if the Chinese are willing to sell us war supplies on a dodgy credit card.

Is that insane or what? National suicide? A plan to lose WW III? What are the governing principles of the actions of Washington?

Russia has hypersonic missiles. Even Iran has Mach 14 missiles. America cannot defend against missiles faster than Mach 9. On the day we learned that China tested a new space shuttle, Major General Jo Clyborne was tweeting about Pentagon manicure regulations.

Oct 18 10:36

Hilarious Video: Psaki Defends Biden's Cognitive Decline

White House press secretary Jen Psaki called out NBC News Kelly O'Donnell for always asking about Joe Biden's health, as she dodged questions from another reporter about when the president will be physically examined.

Video from the briefing shows Psaki fielding questions from Playboy reporter Brian Karem as she donned a face mask and prepared to leave the White House briefing room after a gathering with a roomful of journalists.

Oct 18 10:31

Challenges mount to president's vaccine mandate

First there were culture wars over lockdowns, then over face masks, then over face masks in schools. And even as the pandemic appears to be receding, a culture war over vaccine mandates is showing signs of only growing more intense, with Republican governors and legislators launching challenges to rules that, many public health experts say, could help ensure there is not another coronavirus surge in the future.

Resistance mounted as soon as President Biden rolled out the new mandate on Sept. 9. The mandate, which targets any business with more than 100 employees, is expected to cover some 80 million workers across the country. It won’t go into effect until federal regulators issue a rule, which is expected to happen soon.

Oct 18 09:54

Tucker: I'm stunned

Tucker Carlson joins Judge Jeanine to discuss the disastrous consequences of Biden's weak leadership

Oct 18 08:17

Trucking industry not confident in Biden's 24/7 port plan

Supply chain players on various fronts told CCJ that they have little confidence in President Joe Biden’s initiative to alleviate congestion at the nation’s busiest ports.

The White House announced Wednesday that the president’s Supply Chain Disruptions Task Force had paved the way for 24/7 operations at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. The White House reports that both ports “are the point of entry for 40% of containers to the U.S., and are on track to reach new highs in container traffic this year.”

Major companies that rely heavily on those ports – like FedEx, UPS, Walmart, Home Depot and Target – have pledged to step up afterhours operations, which comes as welcome news following a failed 24-hour pilot program at the Port of Long Beach last month.

Oct 18 08:16

Biden Admin Threatens To Make Unvaxx'd Navy SEALs Repay Their Training Costs

Trying to bully people like this? Really?

Oct 18 07:00

What's Next For Washington: $2.5 Trillion In Spending, Higher Taxes And More

Full disclosure: This is NOT another tea leaf reading on exactly how and when Congress will manage to raise the debt ceiling, keep the government open, and pass a multitrillion-dollar package of spending offset by tax hikes. To be clear, we continue to think that it will do all of the above. But rather than focus on the palace intrigue, we’ll deal with DC’s policy choices in classic Morgan Stanley Research fashion…by focusing on tangible market impacts.

Oct 18 06:59

China Condemns US & Canada For Joint Warship Sail Throughs Of Taiwan Strait

The Pentagon revealed on Sunday that it sailed a US warship through the contested Taiwan Strait in conjunction with a Canadian frigate. The pair went through on Thursday and Friday at a moment tensions between China and Taiwan continue to intensify.

The warships were identified in the US military statement as Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer USS Dewey and the Canadian frigate HMCS Winnipeg. "Dewey's and Winnipeg's transit through the Taiwan Strait demonstrates the commitment of the United States and our allies and partners to a free and open Indo-Pacific," the US military statement said.

This continues the apparent Biden administration pattern of sailing a warship through the strait on "freedom of navigation" missions about once every month. This latest comes within weeks after China's PLA military flew record numbers of aircraft into Taiwan's air defense identification zone.

Oct 18 06:27

Tucker: This is the most cynical anti-democratic exercise in American politics

Tucker Carlson joins Judge Jeanine to discuss the disastrous consequences of Biden's weak leadership

Oct 18 06:20

Dem lawmaker wants to expand trend of ceding war powers to the president

Should Congress authorize war with China in order to prevent war with China? It doesn’t take a legal scholar or policy expert to know the correct answer is a resounding “no.” Yet that is precisely what Representative Elaine Luria (D-Va.) is arguing in a new op-ed in the Washington Post.

This is flawed and problematic on multiple levels. First, there’s the baffling legal analysis. Complaining that the president’s “hands” are “legally tied,” Rep. Luria warns that “the president has no legal authority, without the express authorization of Congress, to use military force to defend Taiwan,” citing the War Powers Resolution and Taiwan Relations Act. In fairness, she is completely correct that the president does not have such unilateral authority, but she has ignored the fundamental reason why: because the U.S. Constitution says so.

Oct 18 05:46

Joe and Jill are filmed breaking DC's mask mandate by walking through upmarket Italian restaurant without masks on

Joe and Jill Biden dined out in Washington DC on Saturday night for the first time since moving to the White House - and promptly broke the city's mask mandate.

The president and first lady were seen at Fiola Mare, a seafood restaurant popular with the political set in the Georgetown area of the city.

'Per CDC guidance and DC Mayor Muriel Bowser's executive order, all individuals over age 2 are required to wear a mask indoors, regardless of vaccination status,' the restaurant states on its website.

Oct 17 09:37

DOJ Hits Back At Biden, Declares It’s Independence

“Should they be prosecuted by the Justice Department?” the reporter pressed.

“I do, yes,” the president said.

The Department of Justice was not thrilled with the president’s statement and DOJ spokesperson Anthony Coley made it known that the department will not be told what to do.

“The Department of Justice will make its own independent decisions in all prosecutions based solely on the facts and the law. Period. Full stop,” he said.

Oct 16 06:26

Another Day, Another Blunder: Psaki to ‘Choose Words More Carefully’ After Ethics Watchdog Complaint

Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW), an ethics watchdog, slammed Jen Psaki's comments from the White House podium as appearing to violate the Hatch Act, which forbids officials from using their "official authority or influence for the purpose of interfering with or affecting the result of an election".

White House press secretary Jen Psaki, who is no stranger to verbal faux pas while in an official capacity, has promised to "choose my words more carefully".

The contrite response was prompted by a Friday complaint from Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW). The non-profit claimed she had violated the 1939 Hatch Act.

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