Apr 20 05:18

White House backtracks on Biden's comments and insists there's NOT a 'crisis' at the border: Aides claim president was referring to 'the dire circumstances' in Central America in another U-turn

The White House is walking back President Joe Biden's use of the word 'crisis,' which is how the president referred to the influx of migrants at the border during a chat with reporters Saturday.

'The president does not feel that children coming to our border, seeking refuge from violence, economic hardships and other dire circumstances is a crisis,' White House press secretary Jen Psaki said at Monday's briefing. 'He does feel the crisis in Central America, the dire circumstances that many are fleeing from, that that is a situation we need to spend our time, our effort on, and we need to address it if we're going to prevent more of an influx of migrants coming in years to come.'

An unnamed White House official used nearly identical language earlier Monday in a CNN report.

Apr 20 05:00

Biden Admin Desperate To Dump Trump Era Policies, Even At The Cost Of Human Life

The National Institutes of Health is rolling back the Trump administration's boundaries on fetal tissue research, a practice that anti-abortion advocates have long pushed to end.

The agency declared its change Friday in the cancellation of former President Donald Trump's directive to restrict the use of human fetal tissue obtained from elective abortions.

"This notice informs the extramural research community that HHS is reversing its 2019 decision that all research applications for NIH grants and contracts proposing the use of human fetal tissue from elective abortions will be reviewed by an Ethics Advisory Board," a National Institutes of Health notice stated.

A handful of House Democrats pressed Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra to reverse Trump's limitations.

Apr 20 04:59

When An Apple Is No Longer An Apple: Biden Now Changing Words To Mean What He Wants

The dictionary definition of Infrastructure is: in·fra·struc·ture /?infr??str?k(t)SH?r/ - noun -- the basic physical and organizational structures and facilities (e.g. buildings, roads, power supplies) needed for the operation of a society or enterprise. -- This being the case, Joe Biden's bill to repair America's said infrastructure is pushing that definition beyond recognition - and into something it is not and never will be.

Senate lawmakers are discussing an attempt to create a bipartisan infrastructure bill, covering a proposal to split the bill into two parts.

But heavy doubt, as well as big partisan diversity in how much to spend, lives in the way of an agreement.

In a sign that the two parties live entirely at odds over the legislation, not a single Democrat appeared at a press conference on infrastructure Republicans held on Thursday, despite hidden talks among a group of lawmakers in both parties.

Apr 20 04:52

Biden Loses It In Front Of World Leader – He Just Dropped A Shocking Racist Insult

Whatever Donald Trump said was analyzed to death by the liberal media. They often took his quotes out of context to slander him.

But the same biased media go out of their way to cover Biden’s many gaffes and downright bizarre statements.

We’d run out of room covering every stupid thing Joe says. But this one demands attention.

Apr 19 07:20

Video: Biden’s Phone Call To Putin. US Policy Changes Faster than the Weather

Hopes and expectations for a partial normalization between Moscow, Washington and Kiev stepping off the warpath were brief and flickered only for a moment before being entirely extinguished.

On April 13, U.S. President Joe Biden held a phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

The White House statement on the matter was positive, optimistic even, saying that the two discussed a number of regional and global issues.

They agreed to pursue a strategic stability dialogue on a range of arms control and emerging security issues.

They spoke about Ukraine, and how Russia needs to put forward effort to de-escalate the situation.

In response, Putin outlined approaches to a political settlement based on the Minsk Package of Measures.

The counterparts agreed to meet for talks a month after the diplomatic crisis sparked by Biden’s claims that Putin was a “killer.”

Apr 19 06:47

HE FINALLY DID IT! Biden Admits There’s a Crisis at the Border!

Joe Biden is hardly the sharpest tool in the shed. Most people would say he’s a few fries short of a Happy Meal. But I have no doubt that he’s been aware of the fact that the situation at the border is a crisis, and that he’s known this for some time.

However, he’s never admitted it. That is, until Saturday when he described the situation at the United States’ southern border as a “crisis” for the first time.

“We’re going to increase the number [of refugees],” Biden told reporters. “The problem was that the refugee part was working on the crisis that ended up on the border with young people. We couldn’t do two things at once. But now we are going to increase the number.”

Last month, DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas flat-out denied that there is a crisis at the United States southern border.

“The answer is no,” Mayorkas said. “I think there is a challenge at the border that we are managing, and we have our resources dedicated to managing it.”

Apr 19 06:36

How To Start A War

Sloppy braggadocio and serial promises of restraint alternatively trigger wars, too. Empty tough talk can needlessly egg on aggressors. But mouthing utopian bromides convinces bullies that their targets are too sophisticated to counter aggression.

Sometimes announcing “a new peace process” without any ability to bring either novel concessions or pressures only raises false hopes—and furor.

Every new American president is usually tested to determine whether the United States can still protect friends like Japan, Europe, South Korea, Israel, and Taiwan. And will the new commander-in-chief deter America’s enemies Iran and North Korea—and keep China and Russia from absorbing their neighbors?

Joe Biden, and those around him, seem determined to upset the peace they inherited.

Soon after Donald Trump left office, Vladimir Putin began massing troops on the Ukrainian border and threatening to attack.

Apr 19 06:32

Biden Blames Russia For The Exact Same "Interference" That US Corporate Media Is Guilty Of

Deliberately vague weasel-word terms like “election interference” and/or “influence” gained such purchase in the past four-to-five years for a simple reason: the deliberate vagueness allowed people in power — elected officials, pundits, Intelligence Community functionaries — to claim unspecified expertise on a supposedly emerging range of threats.

Apr 19 06:28

China Reacts After US and Japan Challenge it in Five Regions and Washington Pledges To Defend Japan With Nuclear Weapons

Yesterday U.S. President Joe Biden and Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga met at the White House to hold a joint press conference reaffirming and expanding bilateral relations between the two nations. A statement was released after the press event which has raised the ire of China.

Both the press conference and the statement addressed a multitude of issues from economic to security to environmental to cyber concerns, but what caught the attention of many, especially Chinese, observers is this sentence: “The United States restated its unwavering support for Japan’s defense under the U.S.-Japan Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security, using its full range of capabilities, including nuclear.” The treaty marks its seventieth anniversary this year, first having been signed during the height of the Cold War, as the war in Korea raged, in 1951.

Apr 19 05:32

‘We can and should get out earlier’: Trump slams Biden for using September 11 as Afghanistan withdrawal date

Donald Trump has blasted President Joe Biden for not sticking to the former administration’s May 1 withdrawal from Afghanistan and using the September 11 anniversary instead.

“I wish Joe Biden wouldn’t use September 11 as the date to withdraw our troops from Afghanistan, for two reasons,” Trump said in a Sunday statement.

The first, Trump says, is that the US “can and should get out earlier.”

“Nineteen years is enough, in fact, far too much and way too long. I made early withdrawal possible by already pulling much of our billions of dollars of equipment out and, more importantly, reducing our military presence to less than 2,000 troops from the 16,000 level that was there (likewise in Iraq, and zero troops in Syria except for the area where we KEPT THE OIL),” Trump said.

Apr 19 05:26

AMERICAN PROPAGANDA - President Biden's Visit To Virginia Looks Totally Staged!

Apr 19 05:04

US, Japan Show United Front On China In Biden's First Summit

The United States and Japan vowed Friday to stand firm together against an assertive China and to step up cooperation on climate change and next-generation technology as President Joe Biden made his first summit a show of alliance unity.

After waiting nearly three months for his first foreign guest due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Biden told Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga that Japan enjoyed the United States' "iron-clad support" on security issues and beyond.

"We're going to work together to prove that democracies can still compete and win in the 21st century," Biden, affectionately calling the Japanese leader "Yoshi," told a socially distanced news conference in the White House Rose Garden.

A joint statement called for "candid conversations" with China and did not hold back, raising concerns over Beijing's growing maritime moves, its clampdowns in Hong Kong and Xinjiang and growing tension over Taiwan.

Apr 18 13:12

Biden determined to ruin any chance of peace with Russia: Journalist

US President Joe Biden is apparently determined to wipe out any chance of improving diplomatic relations with Russia through sanctions and the expulsion of diplomats, says an American journalist.

Max Parry told Press TV on Sunday that what the new US president is “determined to do is to wipe out whatever was left of any good quality relations under the Trump administration and even under the Obama administration.”

“How come the present US administration is somehow trying to wipe out the remnants of goodwill in financial diplomatic relations with Russia? “Parry asked.

"While it's dubious what the actual reason for this is, they definitely seem to want to alienate the US from other countries, and there's a lot of other countries out there that are feeling rather strongly against the US at this point," he noted.

Apr 18 08:41

Biden-Harris Administration to Ramp Up Experiments Using Aborted Baby Body Parts

The Biden-Harris administration’s Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced it is reversing the Trump administration’s decision to end taxpayer funding for experimental research that uses fetal tissue derived from aborted babies.

The National Institutes of Health (NIH), an agency under the authority of HHS, announced Friday an “Update on Changes to NIH Requirements Regarding Proposed Human Fetal Tissue Research”:

On June 5, 2019, HHS announced that NIH intramural research that requires new acquisition of human fetal tissue from elective abortions will not be conducted. Simultaneously, HHS announced new requirements for documentation and review by an Ethics Advisory Board of extramural research applications for NIH grants, cooperative agreements, and R&D contracts proposing the use of human fetal tissue obtained from elective abortions.

Apr 18 08:36

Psaki said Biden is proud of UN ambassador [who trashed the US on the world stage]

The US ambassador to the UN hates America and trashed us on the world stage on Wednesday. She also bashed our Founding.

“We have to acknowledge that we are an imperfect union and have been since the beginning,” Linda Thomas-Greenfield said.

“I’ve seen for myself how the original sin of slavery weaved white supremacy into our founding documents and principles,” she said claiming “white supremacy ” led to the killing of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery.

She means all whites who disagree with her politically. People need to speak up against this.

Why is everyone trying to come here since we are so horrible and raaaacist? It’s in our DNA and woven into every system according to the awful running the country.

Apr 17 07:46

Joe Biden’s Demonic Phase

Three weeks ago, Ol’ White Joe called Vladimir Putin “a killer.”  This week, Ol’ Joe called Vlad on the phone and suggested a friendly in-person meet-up in some “third country.” In the meantime, Ol’ Joe essayed to send a couple of US warships into the Black Sea to assert America’s interest in Ukraine, the failed state whose American-sponsored failure was engineered in 2014 by Barack Obama’s State Department. Turkey, which controls the narrow entrance to the Black Sea, was notified that two US destroyers would be steaming through its territory. Hours after the announcement, the US called off the ships. Then, hours after Ol’ Joe proffered that summit meeting, his State Department imposed new economic sanctions on Russia and tossed out a dozen or so Russian embassy staff. How’s that for a coherent foreign policy?

Apr 17 07:36

Biden's Infrastructure Bill Panned For Not Being About Infrastructure, GOP Has Another Idea

Republicans intend to reveal an infrastructure package that eliminates items like funding for elder care to counter President Joe Biden’s $2.3 trillion proposal, some GOP senators announced Wednesday.

The large Democrat package would allocate $400 billion for the care of the elderly and disabled, among other provisions that would not be covered in typical infrastructure bills. Republicans want to cut the total amount by narrowing the focus to building and upgrading roads, bridges, and other traditional infrastructure pieces.

“What I’d like to do is get back to what I consider the regular definition of infrastructure in terms of job creation. So that’s roads, bridges, ports, airports, including broadband into that water infrastructure,” Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.), the top Republican on the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, announced on CNBC’s “Squawk Box.”

Apr 17 07:10

Washington Sees Russian Response Measures as 'Escalatory,' Reserves Right to Retaliate

Moscow took retaliatory measures in response to sanctions Washington slapped against it over accusations of alleged election meddling and Russia's purported part in the SolarWinds cyber hack. Moscow has repeatedly dismissed these allegations as lacking any proof and harmful for bilateral relations.

The United States sees Russia's announcement of response actions as "escalatory" and reserves the right to retaliate, a State Department spokesperson told Sputnik.

"Today's announcement by the Russian government was escalatory and regrettable," the spokesperson said on Friday. "It is not in our interest to get into an escalatory cycle, but we reserve the right to respond to any Russian retaliation against the United States."

Apr 17 07:04

US state-run RFERL ‘knowingly violated’ Russia’s laws, now tries to block fines in European court, FM spokeswoman tells RT

The US state-funded outlet RFERL deliberately ignored Russia “foreign agents” law, turning its own violations into a political campaign after it was subjected to fines, Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova told RT.

The US state-funded Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFERL) lodged a complaint with the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) earlier this week, asking it to block Russia from enforcing fines on the outlet. RFERL has accumulated dozens of unpaid fines, stemming from its refusal to be properly labeled as a “foreign agent” under Russian law.

The outlet alleges that the actions of the Russian authorities are violating “freedom of speech” principles. It also claims that if the fines are enforced, the outlet may suffer “irreversible harms” and, ultimately, other “independent media” in Russia may face the same fate.

Apr 17 06:43

Joe Biden bans US banks from buying or underwriting Russian debt sales

The Biden administration is punishing Russia for its interference in the 2020 US election and cyberattacks by hitting Moscow where it hurts the most: the ruble.

The Treasury Department announced Thursday that starting June 14, US banks will generally be banned from participating in all bond sales by Russia's central bank, ministry of finance and sovereign wealth fund. That means these Wall Street firms won't be able to buy or underwrite these crucial transactions by Russia's central government.

This marks a significant escalation of US sanctions on Russia and will make it more difficult for Moscow to raise capital. The Russian ruble declined nearly 1% against the US dollar Thursday and the country's stock market retreated modestly.

Apr 17 06:07

US To Add Two More Anti-Submarine, Anti-Missile Destroyers to Mediterranean, Black, Barents Seas

In recent testimony before the House Armed Services Committee, General Tod Wolters, commander of U.S. European Command and NATO’s Supreme Allied Commander Europe, confirmed an earlier statement by him that two additional Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyers are to be based at the Naval Station Rota in Spain in the next few years. The new warships will raise the total to six. Rota is immediately to the northwest of the Strait of Gibraltar and is ideally located for American naval vessels conducting operations in the Mediterranean Sea and from there to the Black Sea, and northward to the North, Norwegian and Barents Seas.

Apr 17 05:19

Biden wants Congress, not courts, to decide on adding women to military draft

The Biden administration has asked the Supreme Court to let Congress resolve the potential constitutional problem of a male-only draft.

President Joe Biden’s Acting Solicitor General Elizabeth Prelogar filed a legal brief Wednesday in a case that is challenging whether the current male-only Selective Service System, which requires only that men ages 18 to 25 register for a potential military draft, is unconstitutional.

In the brief, Prelogar said that since Congress is considering requiring women to sign up as well, the high court should let the legislative branch resolve the question.

“Congress’s attention to the question may soon eliminate any need for the court to grapple with that constitutional question,” she wrote.

Apr 17 05:14

US May Consider Deploying More Troops in Ukraine if Needed, Deputy Ambassador Says

The diplomat's remarks come as tensions threaten to boil over in Eastern Ukraine between the government forces and Donbass militia. Moscow has blamed most of the provocations along the demilitarised zone on Kiev, and slammed Ukraine’s unwillingness to abide by the Minsk Accords, which were created to prevent any conflict.

Washington will review the possibility of increasing its military presence in Ukraine if required, Acting US Ambassador to Ukraine Kristina Kvien stated, following a ceremony for greeting the eighth rotation of American military instructors arriving in the country to train its troops. She further stressed that the Biden administration recently announced a new $125 million security assistance package for Ukraine, which includes funds to train, equip, and advise Ukraine’s military.

Apr 17 05:11

Biden Declares 'National Emergency' - Blindsides Russia With Sanctions, Economic Warfare

Apr 16 15:53

BOVINE EXCREMENT : Biden job approval at 59% as he nears 100-day mark…

Anyone remember this story? — “YouTube has announced that it will temporarily hide how many ‘dislikes’ a video has received”. The news went down poorly online, but President Joe Biden’s social media team might be happy with the change. — RT Do you honestly believe they had to REMOVE youtube dislikes because the numbers were ABYSMAL and predominantly DISLIKES for every Biden and Whitehouse video released? Yet… SOMEHOW… He is third most popular president in the first 100 days in the last 40 years? If it looks like bullsh*t…. smells like bullsh*t… tastes like bullsh*t…. you might be eating a bullsh*t sandwich.

Apr 16 13:29

Biden Drops Afghan Mess to Target China, Russia

President Joe Biden’s administration is the sixth one to have presided over the 20-year US war in Afghanistan. And he is the fourth president to have overseen America’s “longest war”.

Two previous presidents, Obama and Trump, promised to end the “forever war” and both left office without fulfilling that aspiration.

So there is fair reason to view with skepticism Biden’s vow this week to withdraw all US troops from the Central Asian war-torn country – known as the “graveyard of empires” – by September.

Currently, there are 2,500 US troops in Afghanistan along with 9,600 other NATO soldiers. That’s a fraction of the numbers a decade ago when the war was at its height. Washington and its NATO allies agreed this week to all pull out residual forces by September in an “orderly” exit.

Apr 16 10:19

Biden Declares National Emergency: US and NATO Brand Russia an International Pariah

The thirty-member North Atlantic Council, the political decision-making body of NATO consisting of the ambassadors of all member states, posted a statement supporting the Joe Biden administration’s declaration of a national emergency attributed to Russian actions, real or fancied.

Biden began a letter accompanying an executive order sent to the U.S. Congress today with this announcement:

“Pursuant to the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (50 U.S.C. 1701 et seq.) (IEEPA), I hereby report that I have issued an Executive Order declaring a national emergency with respect to the unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security, foreign policy, and economy of the United States posed by specified harmful foreign activities of the Government of the Russian Federation.”

In a writ of indictment that includes no fewer than seven grave – in some instances the gravest of – accusations, the letter continued:

Apr 16 10:17

Bipartisan Senators Reintroduce Bill to Block NATO Withdrawal

On Thursday, a bipartisan group of senators reintroduced a bill that aims to block any future president from leaving NATO.

While President Biden would never consider leaving NATO, the bill would prevent any future president from exiting the outdated military alliance without the approval of two-thirds of the Senate. The legislation would make it as hard to leave NATO as it is to convict and remove a sitting president from office.

The legislation was introduced by Senators Tim Kaine (D-VA) and Marco Rubio (R-FL) and has 13 cosponsors; nine Democrats, two Republicans, and one Independent.

Since the end of the Cold War, NATO, which was meant to be a defensive alliance, has turned into an offensive force and has led wars of aggression in Bosnia, Yugoslavia, Afghanistan, and Libya. NATO currently has 30 member-states, 14 of which were added after the Cold War.

Apr 16 06:51

Psaki Dodges Reporter Asking About Latest Deep State Lie: ‘Does Biden Have Any Regrets For Attacking Trump on the Campaign Trail About the Fake Russian Bounties Story?’ (VIDEO)

Back in July 2020 The Gateway Pundit had already debunked the fake “Russian bounties” reports.

Here is what we reported last summer:

The fake New York Times continues its efforts at disinformation and trying to overthrow the elected government of the USA: Last week Soros-backed „reporter“ Eric Schmitt tried to spark hostility with Russia over alleged “Bounties“ for US soldiers in Afghanistan.

Joe Biden used the fake news “Russian bounties” hit piece to attack Trump on the 2020 campaign trail.

Biden suggested Trump wouldn’t confront Putin about the bounties because Putin had something on Trump.

Apr 16 06:46

Biden Drops New EO's, Moments Later West VA AG Issues Threat He'll REGRET

Apr 16 06:42

Six key takeaways from Biden's Russia sanctions announcement

The Biden administration slapped sweeping sanctions on Russia Thursday over Moscow's alleged interference in the 2020 election, the massive SolarWinds hack and the ongoing occupation of Crimea, signaling it is adopting a tougher posture toward the Kremlin and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

The sanctions announcement also showed that the Biden administration is more willing to directly call out Russia's meddling in US affairs after Trump administration officials had to dance around former President Donald Trump's frequent unwillingness to criticize Moscow.

Here are the key takeaways from Thursday's sanctions:

Sanctions now align with the President's rhetoric

The Trump administration was more than willing to issue sanctions against Russia, and did so on multiple occasions, including over the occupation of Crimea, the poisoning of an ex-spy in the United Kingdom, and even election interference.

Apr 15 15:21

House and Senate Democrats Plan Bill to Add Four Justices to Supreme Court


Apr 15 04:21

US to Impose Sanctions on 12 Russians, 20 Entities, Expel 10 Russian Diplomats - Report

Earlier, US Ambassador to Russia John Sullivan was invited to hold talks with Russia's presidential aide Yuri Ushakov, and he was told that Moscow would resolutely react to potential new sanctions. Tensions have grown as Moscow recently recalled its ambassador in Washington following controversial remarks made by US President Joe Biden.

The Biden administration intends to impose sanctions against 12 Russian individuals, including government and intelligence officials, and against 20 entities, over allegations of election interference and the SolarWinds hack, a White House correspondent for Bloomberg News reported on Wednesday.

In addition, Washington is also set to expel 10 Russian diplomats.

Apr 15 04:08

Ted Cruz: Biden has a 'long history of race-baiting'

Apr 15 04:07

Where's Kamala Harris? Tomi Lahren visits border, calls out VP

Apr 14 08:10

The 'Joe And Kamala Show' Might Literally Just Bankrupt Us All

The U.S. government’s budget debt increased to a record of $1.7 trillion for the first six months of this budget year, nearly double the previous record, as President Joe Biden pushes another round of economic-support checks that added billions of dollars to the debt last month.

In its monthly budget report, the Treasury Department said Monday that the debt for the first half of the budget year—from October through March—was up from a shortfall of $743.5 billion for the same period a year ago.

Apr 14 08:06

Biden's Own Officials Have No Idea Why Admin Thinks Border Crisis Is 'Seasonal'

A top official from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) responsible for caring for unaccompanied immigrant children (UC) has called the surge of illegal border crossings “unprecedented,” while continuing that the brief shelters that have been initiated are giving “a crisis standard of care” to the minors.

Cindy Huang, director of HHS’s Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR), made the remarks in a warranted declaration to a federal court judge in a case related to the 1997 Flores settlement agreement, which figures the policies and guidelines for the care, custody, and release of immigrant children under federal custody.

Apr 14 06:34

Ellie Cohanim: Israeli Attack on Iranian Nuclear Facility Is Reaction to Biden Iran Policy

Israel’s alleged attack on a nuclear enrichment facility in Iran was likely a reaction to the Biden administration’s policy towards Iran, Ellie Cohanim, former State Department Deputy Special Envoy to Combat Anti-Semitism, said on Tuesday’s edition of SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily with host Alex Marlow, author of Breaking the News: Exposing the Establishment Media’s Hidden Deals and Secret Corruption.

The Times of Israel reported:

An Iranian official has acknowledged that Sunday’s blast at Iran’s Natanz nuclear enrichment facility, which has been attributed to Israel, took out the plant’s main electrical power system and its backup.

“From a technical standpoint, the enemy’s plan was rather beautiful,” Fereydoon Abbasi Davani, the head of the Iranian parliament’s energy committee, told Iranian state television on Monday.

Apr 14 05:58

Kremlin Reveals Details About Putin-Biden Phone Call

Russian President Vladimir Putin and his US counterpart Joe Biden held a telephone conversation on Tuesday. According to the White House account of the discussion, issues raised included strategic stability, Russia's alleged 'cyber intrusions' and election meddling, and America's "unwavering commitment" to Ukraine. A summit meeting was proposed.

Tuesday's phone call between Presidents Putin and Biden was "businesslike" and of considerable duration, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov indicated.

Speaking to reporters on Wednesday, Peskov said the two men had agreed that the possibility of their meeting would be discussed through diplomatic channels. Moscow, he said, is only now starting to receive information about organisational and other aspects related to a possible summit.

Apr 14 05:52

The Press Is Infrastructure for Biden

Sen. John Cornyn came under blistering attack from Washington Post scribe Aaron Blake for having wondered whether President Joe Biden is really in charge, since he's kept an extremely low profile with the press. Blake took after the senator for implying the Trump spin that old Joe has lost a few mental gears and is something of a "Manchurian Candidate." "It's a baseless and ugly bit of innuendo," Blake wrote.

On Twitter, Cornyn linked to a Politico story in which writer Eugene Daniels noted: "The president is not doing cable news interviews. Tweets from his account are limited and, when they come, unimaginably conventional. The public comments are largely scripted. Biden has opted for fewer sit down interviews with mainstream outlets and reporters." He's had one press conference during his 84 days in office.

Apr 14 05:32

Biden’s DOD budget plan draws transpartisan opposition

In another indication that the Washington establishment has firm control of the Biden administration’s foreign policy thinking, the White House reportedly plans to request $715 billion for the Pentagon for fiscal year 2022, $11 billion more than what Congress approved for this year.

“Biden has largely been expected to request a flat budget,” Politico reports, but “[t]he $715 billion level would mark a roughly 1.5 percent increase in defense spending from the current year’s level, making it effectively an inflation-adjusted budget boost.”

The news drew wide condemnation from all sides of the ideological spectrum.

Apr 14 05:15

Australian Reporter Thinks Biden Admin is a Joke: "Weekend at Biden's"

Apr 14 05:13

Petition Congress to:Impeach Joe Biden

Joe Biden must be impeached to restore integrity and honesty to the American Presidency.

History must record that the American people reject the elaborate financial schemes that have enriched the Biden family everywhere he has held US Government policy responsibility.

There is ample evidence that Joe Biden benefitted from numerous “pay to play” schemes involving his son Hunter Biden and is unfit to hold the office of the Presidency. His pattern of abuse of power as President Obama's Vice President is lengthy and disturbing. President Biden has demonstrated that he will do whatever it takes to bail out his son, Hunter, and line his family's pockets with cash from corrupt foreign business dealings designed to profit from the sale of American foreign policy influence.

Apr 14 04:49

Biden administration proceeding with $23 billion weapons sales to UAE

The administration of US President Joe Biden is moving forward with over $23 billion in weapons sales to the United Arab Emirates, which include advanced F-35 aircraft, armed drones and other equipment.

The Biden administration would proceed with the proposed sales to the UAE, “even as we continue reviewing details and consulting with Emirati officials” pertaining to the use of the weapons, a State Department spokesperson said on Tuesday.

The deals had been agreed to by former Republican president Donald Trump, but the Democratic president’s administration had paused them for review.

In November, the White House informed the Congress about the planned $23.37 billion package which contained products from General Atomics, Lockheed Martin Corp and Raytheon Technologies Corp, including 50 F-35 Lighting II aircraft, up to 18 MQ-9B Unmanned Aerial Systems and a package of air-to-air and air-to-ground munitions.

Apr 14 04:41

Two Front War? Three Fronts? What's Biden's Game in Taiwan, Iran, and Ukraine?

Apr 14 04:36

Vienna ready to host possible Russian-US summit — Austrian foreign ministry

Austria is always ready to provide a venue for a possible meeting between Russian and US Presidents, Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden, if the sides opt to organize their summit on its territory, an Austrian foreign ministry official told TASS on Tuesday.

The While House and the Kremlin reported after a telephone call between Biden and Putin earlier on Tuesday that the two leaders had discussed a possibility of a personal meeting in the coming months.

"It is up to the sides to decide whether to organize such summit or not, where and when to hold it. Naturally, Austria will always be at the service of participants in the high-level talks of all types," the official said when asked whether Austria was ready to provide a venue for such a summit bearing in mind that it had hosted a lot of such talks.

Apr 13 15:30

Biden raises stakes in Ukraine stand-off as he phones Putin personally to tell him to back down: President warns Russian leader to 'de-escalate tensions' after Moscow told America to keep warships away 'for their own good'

Russian President Vladimir Putin gave the cold shoulder to Joe Biden on Tuesday, playing coy on whether or not he would accept the proposal from the American president for a summit on the Ukraine.

Biden dramatically raised the stakes with Russia when he called Putin and asked him to de-escalate its military situation in the Crimea and requested a peace summit amid rising tensions between the two nations.

He made it 'clear that the United States will act firmly in defense of its national interests in response to Russia's actions,' the White House said in a readout of the call as Moscow demanded Washington stay out of the Crimea.

Apr 13 12:48

A Hundred Days of Joe

America’s first animatronic president outside of Disney World routinely does a disappearing act every weekend. Where does he go? Does his management team plug him into a recharging station? Does he rest on a catafalque in some sub-basement of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue like one of the fabled undead from the Hollywood crypt classics?  Or do they just stuff him into a closet where the rolling podiums and teleprompters are stored?

Apr 13 11:51

Biden invites Putin to crunch summit amid deteriorating ties between Russia & US, as American warships chart course for Black Sea

Russian President Vladimir Putin and his US counterpart, Joe Biden, have discussed tensions in Ukraine, security issues, and the need for nuclear arms control, with the White House proposing a formal meeting in “a third country.”

In a statement published on Tuesday, American officials confirmed that the two leaders had spoken about “a number of regional and global issues.” As part of the talks, Biden was said to have “voiced concerns over the sudden Russia military build-up” on the Crimean Peninsula and along the border with Ukraine, calling upon Moscow “to de-escalate tensions.”

The exchange comes amid widespread fears that fighting in the Donbass region between Kiev’s forces and fighters from Moscow-backed self-declared republics could spill over into a full-blown conflict. The new standoff follows a large-scale mobilisation of troops and materiel by Kiev, which prompted Russia to beef up its own military presence near its Western frontier.

Apr 13 10:10

'She's the last voice in the room who never fails to speak the truth:' Biden releases bizarre statement defending Kamala Harris amid criticism over her failure to visit the border in three weeks

President Joe Biden released a sudden tweet on Monday defending Kamala Harris amid mounting criticism over her failure to visit the border and after GOP Senator John Cornyn questioned who was in charge in the White House.

'When I served as Vice President, I asked to be the last person with the President before big decisions were made — and @VP is providing the same counsel to me,' Biden wrote. 'She’s the last voice in the room and never fails to speak the truth as we work to build our nation back better.'

He included a picture of the pair in discussion inside the Oval Office.

Apr 13 10:08

Jen Psaki says the White House is trying to get conservative white men to take the vaccine by running ads during Deadliest Catch, NASCAR and on Country Music TV

White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the Biden administration is trying to get conservative men to take the vaccine by running commercials during NASCAR and the Deadliest Catch.

'We've run PSAs on The Deadliest Catch, we're engaged with NASCAR and Country Music TV. We're looking for a range of creative ways to get directly connected to white conservative communities,' Psaki said during her Tuesday briefing.

The goal, Psaki said, was to 'meet people where they are.' The TV messages are part of a $3billion ad campaign from the White House to push for more Americans to take the vaccine.

Apr 13 10:01

The New Biden 'Climate Friendly' Policy That Is Not So Economy Friendly

President Joe Biden is preparing an executive order that would compel companies to reveal the risks they face from climate change, special climate envoy John Kerry said this week.

Kerry didn’t embellish on the features of the order or the timing, but the step would meet a promise Biden made on the campaign path to require all public corporations to report their effusions and climate-related dangers.

Now, the Biden administration has taken several steps to sustain capacity at agencies such as the Treasury Department, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, and the Federal Reserve to discuss the dangers climate change poses to the financial system. Last month, the SEC asked for input on installing a regime for climate exposures.

Apr 13 07:11

Is the next 9/11 attack days away – thanks to Biden?

Watching this documentary made me angry all over again. I felt the pain all over again. And most importantly, it made me realize …

We have a madman in the White House.

President Joe Biden is either insane; or he doesn't care about the lives of Americans like you and me and our precious children; or he's a puppet for the forces of evil, intent on destroying this great country.

What other reason could there be for leaving our border wide open and inviting the whole world in? Border agents should be looking for terrorists. Instead, Biden has turned them into babysitters.

In March, 172,000 illegal aliens got through our open border. That's up 71% from February. But this is a trickle compared to what's coming. I'm betting a year from now, we'll look back fondly on these March 2021 numbers.

Apr 13 06:14

China v Russia v America: is 2021 the year Orwell’s 1984 comes true?

It may just be coincidence that Russia was piling military pressure on Ukraine last week at the same time as China noisily rattled sabres around Taiwan. Spring, to mangle Tennyson, is when a young man’s fancy turns to war – and that twisted maxim may even apply to ageing thugs such as Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping.

Russia and China are moving into ever closer alliance. While there is no evidence of direct collusion over Ukraine and Taiwan, presidents Putin and Xi are doubtless fully aware of each other’s actions, which have an identical, mutually reinforcing effect: putting the wind up Joe Biden’s untested US administration.

What’s now unfolding could be portrayed as the ultimate fulfilment of George Orwell’s nightmarish vision, in his dystopian novel, Nineteen Eighty-Four, of a world divided geographically, politically and militarily into three rival super-states: Oceania (North America plus Britain), Eurasia (Russia and Europe), and Eastasia (China).

Apr 13 05:43

Arsonist US Plays With Fire

You would think riling up one nuclear power is bad enough, but the United States seems intent on doubling the risk of starting a world war by gratuitously aggressing Russia and China simultaneously.

Throwing around personal insults against the leaders of those two countries is one thing. But actually winding up military tensions is quite another which shows how reckless the Biden administration is.

Since Joe Biden became the 46th president, there has been an alarming increase in hostile rhetoric and conduct by the US toward Russia and China.

Ludicrously, the Biden administration is accusing Moscow and Beijing of aggression towards European and Asian allies when it is the United States that is building up warships, warplanes, missiles and troops in sensitive regions that threaten Russia and China.

Apr 13 05:19

Next stop, the apocalypse? The bumbling Biden administration’s claim to fame may be jumpstarting World War III

Since Biden’s inauspicious rise to power, the world has become littered with hotspots from Ukraine to China where a major conflict could erupt at any time. Is the US deep state desperate to make up for four warless years?
Coincidence or otherwise, the world feels like a much more dangerous place since Joe Biden formally entered the White House on January 20. Now that the ‘Make America Great Again’ bumper sticker has been removed from the US juggernaut, early indicators point to a global joyride riddled with dangerous standoffs and even full-blown hostilities that could spark the mother of all conflagrations. One of the most dangerous stops along this highway to possible oblivion is playing out right now on Russia’s doorstep.

Apr 13 00:37

'Is Biden Really In Charge?' Asks A Skeptical Sen. Cornyn

Texas Senator John Cornyn (R) asked on Monday if Joe Biden is "really in charge," based on the President's much lower profile than his predecessors, and obviously scripted appearances.

In a Twitter thread citing a recent Politico article, Cornyn tweeted: "The president is not doing cable news interviews. Tweets from his account are limited and, when they come, unimaginably conventional. The public comments are largely scripted. Biden has opted for fewer sit down interviews with mainstream outlets and reporters," adding "Invites the question: is he really in charge?"

Apr 12 13:16

WORLD GONE MAD : Russia deploying real-deal “doomsday” weapon that can flood U.S. coastal cities with nuclear tsunamis

Because our ‘president’ is geriatric and unable to fully function because he’s obviously suffering from dementia, Putin is going to push early and often, making moves he never would have under the real president, Donald Trump.

Apr 12 11:28

WHERE’S HARRIS?? Kamala Appointed Border Czar 19 DAYS AGO, Still No Press Conference

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich confirmed over the weekend that Vice President Kamala Harris has failed to respond to his official invitation to tour the humanitarian crisis taking place along the US-Mexico border.

“I guess if you were a philosopher you would say no response is a very loud response because we’ve not received any response,” Brnovich told Fox Business’ Dagen McDowell.

Vice President Kamala Harris was appointed by Joe Biden to oversee the administration’s handling of the border crisis more than 19 days ago but has so-far failed to deliver any major address on the issue.

“Her assigned efforts on immigration, which includes overseeing diplomatic efforts with Northern Triangle countries, fit into a broader trend of the administration delegating substantial foreign policy responsibilities to her. For example, she has held calls with major world leaders like Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu,” reports Fox News.

Apr 12 11:27

IT BEGINS: Energy Secretary Says Biden Won’t Use ‘Past Definitions of Infrastructure’

Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm confirmed over the weekend that the Biden administration will no longer use “past definitions” of ‘Infrastructure’ when allocating trillions of dollars for his new spending spree of taxpayer dollars.

“What is infrastructure? Historically, it’s been what makes the economy move, what is it that we all need to ensure that we as citizens are productive,” Granholm said.

“So we need roads, we need bridges, we need transmission, you need lights in people’s homes and offices, you need to make sure that people can actually go to work if they have an aging parent or a child,” she added.

Watch the Secretary’s revealing comments above.

Apr 12 07:08

'Why mislead people?': Moment Chris Wallace fact-checks Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg over claim Biden infrastructure plan will create 19m new jobs - when the actual figure is 2.7m

Pete Buttigieg walked back Sunday on his claim Joe Biden's infrastructure package would create 19 million jobs in American – clarifying the plan would still create jobs, but at a much lower number of 2.7 million.

Fox News host Chris Wallace asked President Biden's transportation secretary why he 'misled folks' by claiming the number was more than 16 million than what he is now sharing.

'You're right. I should have been more precise,' Buttigieg admitted.

Apr 12 06:04

Secretary of State Blinken Throws Down the Gauntlet to China and Russia… Again

America began a new week with Secretary of State Anthony Blinken appearing on NBC’s Meet the Press with Chuck Todd. One might forgive a traveler from another land or time forming the impression that almost all U.S. television news, cable and network alike, consisted of different channels of Voice of the White House. (Or the Pentagon Broadcasting Service.) Being the foreign policy chief of the Biden-Harris administration, Todd was treated with the utmost deference except when he appeared to be slipping away from saber-rattling and toward some facsimile of diplomacy, as will be seen below. In return Blinken endearingly addressed Todd as Chuck. The direct address with the personal touch didn’t prevent Todd from goading Blinken on to new heights of obloquy and hostility toward Russia and China, though. Asking the tough questions is how the likes of Todd would phrase it, no doubt.

Apr 12 05:59

Putting Biden's Gun Control Claims To The Truth Test

There were so many lies in Vice President Kamala Harris’ and President Joe Biden’s presentations on guns Thursday that it is hard to know where to start. One thing is certain, though: The media fact-checkers won’t question their claims.

Here are just a few of the false ones:

The background check system “has kept more than 3 million firearms out of the hands of dangerous people.”
Since the Brady background checks began in 1994, there have been 3.5 million initial denials. However, it is one thing to stop a felon from buying a gun. It is quite another to stop a law-abiding citizen from buying a gun just because his or her name is similar to a felon’s. In 2017, for example, there were 112,000 initial denials for supposedly attempted prohibited purchases, but just 12 federal prosecutions by June 2018. The reason is that these weren’t real cases.

Apr 12 05:06

If it ain’t broke, Joe Biden will break it: Goodwin

The sage advice that “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” is older than Joe Biden, but apparently he never heard of it. Or doesn’t think much of it.

The president is on a tear, as in tearing up arrangements that were achieving their objectives. His early results are disastrous.

In an act of astonishing foolishness, Biden created a humanitarian and public safety crisis on our southern border by dismantling a successful policy structure that took years to achieve. In the Mideast, he looks determined to undo the Arab-Israeli alliance Donald Trump forged by returning to the failed policies Biden helped to implement in the Obama-Biden administration.

If that were all, it would be more than enough. But it’s not all.

Biden also wants to end the Senate filibuster and took the first step toward packing the Supreme Court. Those two moves are so destructive that even Sen. Mitt Romney, who usually saves his criticism for fellow Republicans, drew the line.

Apr 12 04:35

Joe Biden’s Gaffe about Airplanes will Have you on the Floor Laughing

Apr 11 08:02

“A Demented Pervert – Who Can’t Tie His Own Shoelaces or Know Where He Is” – Sidney Powell Goes Off on Imposter President Joe Biden (VIDEO)

Attorney Sidney Powell joined radio host Rose Tennent to discuss her ongoing efforts to expose the fraud in the 2020 presidential election.

During the interview, Sidney Powell predicted that Maricopa County’s upcoming audit will reveal over 100,000 fraudulent ballots in Arizona.

Maybe that explains why Democrats sent their top Attorney Mark Elias to stop the audit before the fraud is revealed.

Democrats in Arizona Are Petrified – They’re Bringing in Marc Elias’s Perkins Coie to Make Threats and Make the Maricopa County Audit Go Away

Apr 11 07:33

Kamala Harris’ #KHive Fans Swarm WrongThinkers, Accuse Them Of Racism, Misogyny

Where the divisive and democracy-crushing impact of leftist identity politics meets cancel culture meets shutuppery is perhaps nowhere more apparent than in the rabidly pro-Kamala Harris online mob known as K-Hive. Questioning anything she says or doesn’t say, does or doesn’t do, draws the K-mob and its screeching “racist,” “misogynist,” and “white supremacist/privilege” attacks.

So persistent and prevalent are these cultish pro-Kamala parrots that politicians on both sides of the aisle are reportedly cowed into submission, afraid to critique or question, much less challenge Harris on anything.

Apr 10 08:22

White House's border coordinator Roberta S. Jacobson RESIGNS after just a month on the job as Biden struggles to contain a migration surge with the most unaccompanied minors crossing the border in history

The White House's border coordinator will resign at the end of the month amid a historic surge in migrants at the southern border.

Roberta S. Jacobson, the former ambassador to Mexico who was Biden's border 'czar' on the National Security Council, announced the move in an interview with The New York Times.

She praised Biden's efforts to 'repair and recast' the nation's immigration system and slammed Donald Trump.

Apr 10 07:50

The Two Faces Of Joe Biden: Taibbi

CNN explained “JRB” had just unveiled a $2 trillion infrastructure plan “to boost ordinary working Americans rather than the wealthy,” a program that together with his $1.9 trillion Covid rescue doubles “as a bid to lift millions of Americans out of poverty.”

The news is like high school. One day, one kid comes in wearing Dior sneakers and Nike X Ambush pants, and two days later, that’s all you see in the halls. The “Biden-as-FDR” stories raced around News High, with headlines like “With nods to FDR, JFK and LBJ, Biden goes big on infrastructure plan” (Yahoo!) and “Can Biden achieve an FDR-style presidency? A historian sees surprising parallels” (Washington Post). Even the New Yorker’s naysaying take, “Is Biden Really the Second Coming of F.D.R. and L.B.J.?” read at first glance like an affirmation.

Apr 10 07:18

Republican Rep. Meijer calls AUMF repeal ‘Constitutional hygiene’

Freshman Rep. Peter Meijer, a Republican from Michigan whose independence on Trump and war issues has made headlines in his first two months in office, confirmed his support for repealing the 2002 Authorization for the Use of Military Force, saying it came down to two words.

“Constitutional hygiene.”

Apr 10 07:17

Biden Requests to Increase Military Budget to $753 Billion

President Biden’s requested $753 billion for the 2022 fiscal year for military spending, an increase from the approximately $740 billion that was allocated by the 2021 National Defense Authorization Act.

About $715 billion would go directly to the Pentagon, up from about $704 billion for 2021. The increase in military spending is being framed as a “slight increase” by many media outlets. But the additional tens of billions of dollars will make it the highest US military budget of all time.

To justify the exorbitant amount of spending, the Pentagon said it was needed to confront China, which it views as the top threat to the United States. “The discretionary request addresses threats to the Nation by prioritizing the need to counter the pacing threat from China as the Department’s top challenge,” the Pentagon said in a statement on the request.

Apr 10 06:53

China-US Relations and Biden’s “Global Death Trap”: The World Is Facing Another Cold War Which May Become Hot, Even Very Hot

In Anchorage, Alaska, on 18-19 March 2021, top diplomats of China and the U.S. met and declared the new Cold War. The U.S. side was represented by Anthony Blinken, Secretary of State and Jake Sullivan, National Security Advisor, while China was represented, by Wang Yi, Chinese Foreign Minister and Yang Jiechi, top diplomat of China.

Anthony Blinken said ” China’s actions pose a threat to a rule-based order designed to maintain global stability:”

Translation: “You unthankful China, listen carefully! Do not dare challenge the world in which Washington feels comfortable. Otherwise!” This is the declaration of the cold war.

On his part, Wang Yi said: “Beijing is firmly against US interference in domestic affairs. We will take firm actions in our response.” “Most countries in the world do not recognize US values as global values.”

Apr 10 06:53

Joe Biden Seems Destined To Start A Crisis With Russia

Washington’s relations with Moscow have been deteriorating for more than two decades. The decision by Bill Clinton’s administration to expand NATO, the most powerful military alliance in world history, eastward toward a weakened, demoralized Russia was a fateful, provocative step. George W. Bush’s attempt to bring Georgia and Ukraine into the Alliance deepened the suspicions of Russia’s leaders. The Obama administration’s meddling in Ukraine’s internal affairs to help demonstrators overthrow a democratically elected, the pro-Russia government pushed Moscow over the edge, leading Vladimir Putin to annex Ukraine’s Crimea peninsula. When the United States and its NATO allies responded to the annexation by imposing an array of economic sanctions, a full-fledged new cold war was underway.

Apr 10 06:49

Biden Mocked After Video of His Calling US Supreme Court Packing 'Bonehead Idea' Resurfaces Online

On Friday, President Joe Biden signed an executive order to create a bipartisan commission to study a possible reform of the Supreme Court. The potential changes pertain, among other things, about whether to expand the number of judges who sit on the nation's highest legal body.

Lots of netizens have trolled POTUS over a video that recently resurfaced online and which showed then-Senator Joe Biden slamming former US President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's push to pack the Supreme Court.

In the video that dates back to 1983, Biden is seen apparently telling his colleagues in the Senate about President Roosevelt, who "clearly had the right to send to the United States Senate and the United States Congress a proposal to pack the court".

Apr 10 06:35

Central American Countries May Soon Get Cash Payments from Joe Biden

Ignoring the border crisis was a better strategy than this.

Rather than funding and reinforcing border security, or working with foreign nations toward a coalition against the ongoing illegal immigration crisis, President Joe Biden is now considering an all-new and all-crazy plan — giving Central American countries federal money in order to stem the tide.

White House southern border coordinator Roberta Jacobson told Reuters Friday that Biden’s program, if enacted, would mainly target the Northern Triangle countries of El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras.

Apr 10 06:34

Biden Defense Secretary Orders Several “Immediate Actions” to Weed Out ‘Extremism’ in the Ranks

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin on Friday signed a memo ordering several “immediate actions” to weed out so-called ‘extremism’ in the ranks.

Austin signed this memo after he ordered military-wide “stand downs” to “address white nationalism” and rid the military of “extremists and racists.”

“The vast majority of those who serve in uniform and their civilian colleagues do so with great honor and integrity, but any extremist behavior in the force can have an outsized impact,” Austin wrote.

Austin outlined a series of actions the department will take to get rid of extremism:

Webmaster's Commentary: 

By "extremism", they mean removing anyone from the ranks who might resist marching into the states to enforce Federal dictates!

Apr 10 06:32

Where's Kamala? Joe Put VP In Charge Of Border, So Why Is She AWOL From Issue?

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy affirmed Wednesday he has asked a classified briefing from the FBI and CIA over two Yemeni men on the FBI’s terror watch list who were supposedly caught passing the U.S.-Mexico borders two months apart this year.

He continued that Vice President Kamala Harris, who was recently appointed President Biden's border czar, has to attend the briefing.

"I know she hasn't been to the border," McCarthy stated. "I don't know if she's ever been briefed on this, but I think it'd be important that all the leaders, because this isn't about Republican or Democrat, this is about the security of our nation. And everybody should be making sure our nation is secure."

Apr 10 05:17

'A radical-left assault on our country': Mitch McConnell and Mitt Romney lead fury at Biden's SCOTUS-packing commission and point out President thought it was a 'bonehead idea' in 1983 and RBG said nine judges is enough

Republicans have slammed Joe Biden's announcement of a commission to look into 'court-packing' as an 'assault on the judiciary', a 'radical left' ploy and a 'brainless idea' to attack American institutions including the Constitution.

Mitch McConnell and Mitt Romney led a list of GOP politicians and senior figures condemning the naming of a 36-strong board to look into increasing the number of judges and dismantling the conservative majority installed under Donald Trump.

They even pointed to Biden's own words when he called it a 'bonehead idea' in 1983 and Ruth Bader Ginsburg saying nine judge is enough.

Apr 10 05:15

China and Russia Optimistic over Iran Talks as Biden Envoy Sulks on Sidelines

The governments of China and Russia, which appear to be taking the lead in talks between Iran and the remaining partners in the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, expressed optimism after talks concluded on Friday for the week that progress had occurred.

The conversations over the agreement formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) began this week in Vienna, Austria. Representatives from China, Russia, and Iran — as well as the United Kingdom, France, and Germany — met to discuss, they claimed, a way to repair what remains of the agreement after years of violations by Tehran and President Donald Trump withdrawing the United States from it in 2018. Notably absent from the invitation list was the United States, which had no formal representation in this week’s talks.

Apr 10 05:14

Biden’s DHS Budget: More $$ for Migrants and Lawyers, No $$ for the Wall

President Joe Biden’s first budget for border security would discard unspent funds for the border wall and then spend extra money to legalize more migrants and launch more investigations of immigration enforcement officers.

The pro-migration budget request to Congress was announced Friday by the administration, which said it wants $52 billion for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) from October 2021 to September 2022.

The request is short on details, but it asks Congress to take back money appropriated in prior years for the construction of the border wall:

The discretionary request includes no additional funding for border wall construction and proposes the cancellation of prior-year balances that are unobligated at the end of 2021.

Apr 09 10:38

After Questioning The Constitution's Absolutism, Biden Creates Commission To Study Supreme 'Court-Packing'

Having refused to answer the question of whether a Biden administration would expand the Supreme Court (so-called 'court-packing') in mid-October, "we, the people" are perhaps closer to knowing the answer as to what happens next to the nation.

As a reminder, when presidential candidate Joe Biden was asked by a reporter "will you stack the courts?" - he replied that voters "don't deserve" to know his stance until after the election...

Apr 09 10:37

Biden To Boost Already Bloated Pentagon Budget With Proposed $715 Billion

Despite progressive lawmakers in his own party long demanding a serious reduction in the Pentagon's notoriously bloated budget, President Biden on Friday is expected to request a whopping $715 billion for the Pentagon for fiscal year 2022.

This is a slight increase from the prior year as Politico noted late Thursday in reporting the news: the Pentagon budget topline to be presented to lawmakers represents "a roughly 1.5% increase in defense spending from the current year's [$704 billion] level, making it effectively an inflation-adjusted budget boost."

However, it's a slight decrease from what Trump had reportedly planned to propose for this next fiscal year, which was $722 billion.

Apr 09 07:40

Biden Has Turned Our Border Into A Revolving Door For Criminals Trump Deported

An MS-13 gang member from El Salvador was detained after crossing into the United States illegally, said the Border Patrol on Wednesday. How many gang members pass without notice?

The 28-year-old El Salvadoran national, who was not identified, was found at 12:45 a.m. Wednesday by an agent watching the mountains in the San Diego, California, border sector “when he encountered six men near the border wall,” the agency said in a news release.

Apr 09 07:00

Biden’s Presidency Will Be Destroyed By His Foreign Policy if His Domestic Policies Don’t Do It First

Dementia Joe and his coterie of enablers have embarked on a foreign policy that is likely to result in a new war that will endanger America and further a growing perception that the United States is weak and divided. There are three troublesome flashpoints that could explode at any time and catapult our nation into a costly, deadly military confrontation (Ukraine, China and Iran). Topping the list is Ukraine.

The corrupt dealings in Ukraine over the last four years by Joe and Hunter Biden leaves them completely compromised and subject to coercion, even blackmail. With this as a backdrop, the decade-long effort by the United States to weaken Russia’s influence in eastern Ukraine has been revived with Biden’s arrival in the White House.

Apr 09 06:38

Unconstitutional Overreach? What May Follow Biden’s Rollout of Gun Control Steps

On Thursday, the US President announced a spate of executive orders and requests for legislative action to address what he described as “the epidemic” of gun violence in the US.

President Joe Biden has claimed that his administration’s steps related to gun control in the US do not run counter to the Second Amendment, which stipulates that the right of the American people to keep and bear arms will not be infringed.

The POTUS asserted that nothing he is about to recommend “in any way impinges on the Second Amendment”, adding, ”these are phony arguments suggesting that these are Second Amendment rights at stake from what we're talking about”.

At the same time, he argued that “no amendment to the Constitution is absolute” and that “from the very beginning, you couldn't own any weapon you wanted to own”.

Apr 09 06:15

Joe Biden Recruiting Allies

Joe Biden had announced it in his electoral program: “While President Trump has abandoned allies and partners, and abdicated American leadership, as president I will immediately take steps to renew the alliances of the United States, and ensure that America, one more time, lead the world “( il manifesto, 10 November 2020). He kept his promise. The aircraft carrier Dwight D. Eisenhower and his battle group, made up of 5 missile launchers, “attacked Islamic State positions in Syria and Iraq from the Eastern Mediterranean” since this “claimed responsibility for an attack on Palma in Mozambique”. The US Navy officially announced this on March 31, without explaining how ISIS, defeated in Syria and elsewhere especially following the Russian intervention, now reappears threateningly with suspicious punctuality.

Apr 09 05:19

Biden Says Rejoining 'Open Skies' Would Send "Wrong Message" To Russia After Bashing Trump For Exiting It

Remember when then candidate Joe Biden slammed Trump for withdrawing the US from the Open Skies Treaty with Russia? He began a May 2020 statement on the issue as follows:

In announcing the intent to withdraw from the Open Skies Treaty, President Trump has doubled down on his short-sighted policy of going it alone and abandoning American leadership.

Biden at the time further harangued Trump for a move that will "exacerbate growing tensions between the West and Russia, and increase the risks of miscalculation and conflict" in a statement heavily focused on attacking Trump's "America first" doctrine.

And now fast-forward to President Biden, who has said the US must stay out of the Open Skies Treaty as rejoining the pact would "send the wrong message" to Russia. Defense News has just obtained a Biden administration memo notifying allies:

Apr 08 12:02

Joe Biden Issues Executive Controls to Fight Gun Crime ‘Epidemic’ in USA

President Joe Biden put forward executive gun controls Thursday to fight what he called “an epidemic” of gun crime across the country.

CNN quoted Biden saying, “Gun violence in this country is an epidemic.” He went so far as to describe it as “an international embarrassment.”

The president then put forward executive actions which included initiatives in four areas Breitbart News highlighted on Wednesday. Those were new restrictions on “ghost guns,” a push for red flag laws, recategorization of AR-15 pistols, and DOJ-led research into gun trafficking.

As for red flag laws, Biden said, “We know red flag laws can stop mass shooters before they can act out their violent plans.” He then directed the Justice Department to publish model red flag legislation that states can adopt.

He did not mention Colorado has had a red flag law since January 1, 2020, but it did nothing to hinder, much less prevent, the March 22, 2021, Boulder attack.

Apr 08 09:52

NOT A CRISIS! : Number of kids alone at border hits all-time high in March

The U.S. government picked up nearly 19,000 children traveling alone across the Mexican border in March, authorities said Thursday, the largest monthly number ever recorded and a major test for President Joe Biden as he reverses many of his predecessor’s "hardline" immigration tactics.

Apr 08 07:47

Biden digs in for negotiations over infrastructure and jobs plan

President Biden, anticipating intense negotiations with Congress over his infrastructure and jobs plan, said Wednesday that he was willing to compromise but would not slow his push for one of the most bold and expensive proposals in recent years.

He continued to press his case for the domestic initiative in global terms, saying that autocratic leaders around the world, particularly in China, were counting on the United States being too sluggish or divided to make the necessary investments in roads, bridges, electric grids and more.

“We can’t afford to prove them right,” Biden said from the White House complex. “We have to show the world — and much more importantly, we have to show ourselves — that democracy works, that we can come together on the big things.”

Apr 08 06:44

White House: Joe Biden Not Waiting on Congress, Using DOJ to Put Forward Gun Control

Breitbart News reported that Biden planned to put forward executive action on gun controls Thursday, and the fact sheet provides an outline detailing what those actions may entail.

According to the White House:

The Justice Department, within 60 days, will publish model “red flag” legislation for states.

The Justice Department, within 60 days, will issue a proposed rule to make clear when a device marketed as a stabilizing brace effectively turns a pistol into a short-barreled rifle subject to the requirements of the National Firearms Act.

The Justice Department, within 30 days, will issue a proposed rule to help stop the proliferation of “ghost guns.”

Apr 08 06:32

Biden turns to limited executive actions on gun control with Congress at a standstill

President Joe Biden on Thursday will harness the powers of the presidency to advance a half-dozen executive actions on gun control, but they fall far short of the ambitious goals he outlined as a presidential candidate as the real fight still looms on Capitol Hill.

The executive actions are aimed at taking certain guns out of the hands of criminals and pouring resources into community violence prevention, and a senior administration official cautioned that Thursday's announcement is just an initial set of actions that the new President is taking. Their limited scope once again underscores Biden's broader challenge as he faces an evenly split US Senate.

The morning of Biden's planned announcement brought news of another tragedy, this time in South Carolina, where a local doctor and two children are among five killed in a mass shooting at a home in York County, according to authorities.

Apr 08 06:20

Kremlin on Diplomats' Potential Expulsion From US: We're Ready for Worst-Case Scenarios

Russia is prepared for any worst-case scenario in its relations with the United States, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Thursday, commenting on recent reports about a potential expulsion of diplomats and new sanctions.

"You see, the hostility and unpredictability of the US side's actions in general obligate us to be prepared for the worst scenarios. When your interlocutor is quite aggressive and unpredictable, you are naturally mobilised all the time. In general, it seems the number of your questions about Russian-US relations largely exceeds the volume of these relations", Peskov told reporters, when asked if Russia is preparing measures to counter the potential new restrictions.

Russia still does not want relations between the two to deteriorate, the Kremlin spokesman assured.

Apr 08 06:03

Veteran Intelligence Officials Issue Letter To Biden Urging To Avoid War In Ukraine

Dear President Biden,

We last communicated with you on December 20, 2020, when you were President-elect.

At that time, we alerted you to the dangers inherent in formulating a policy toward Russia built on a foundation of Russia-bashing. While we continue to support the analysis contained in that memorandum, this new memo serves a far more pressing purpose. We wish to draw your attention to the dangerous situation that exists in Ukraine today, where there is growing risk of war unless you take steps to forestall such a conflict.

At this juncture, we call to mind two basic realities that need particular emphasis amid growing tension between Ukraine and Russia.

First, since Ukraine is not a member of NATO, Article 5 of the NATO Treaty of course would not apply in the case of an armed conflict between Ukraine and Russia.

Second, Ukraine’s current military flexing, if allowed to transition into actual military action, could lead to hostilities with Russia.

Apr 08 06:00

Joe Biden's Bait-And-Switch Presidency

Joe Biden was elected as a moderate-left Democrat, but he is not governing as one. He pledged repeatedly to work across party lines, but he is ramming through the biggest, most expensive progressive agenda in American history without any Republican votes. He is almost certain to try it again with his next two spending proposals, the largest since Lyndon Johnson’s Great Society programs. As the White House pushes these mammoth bills with only Democratic votes, Americans are realizing they got a very different president from the one they bargained for, the one they were promised during the campaign. What’s unclear is whether they will recoil from this new reality.

Apr 08 05:47

Joe Biden’s Ukraine Policy: A Repeat of George W. Bush in Georgia?

Biden’s administration is going out of its way to assure Ukraine’s government that the United States and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) have Kiev’s back in its growing confrontation with Russian-supported separatists and Russia itself. An April 2 White House press release confirmed that in his telephone call to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, Joe Biden “affirmed the United States’ unwavering support for Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity in the face of Russia’s ongoing aggression in the Donbas and Crimea.” Other high-level administration officials, including Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin and Secretary of State Antony Blinken have done the same.

Apr 08 05:42

When President Harris Breaks the Glass Ceiling (and Everything Else)

The Democrats are poised to shatter the glass ceiling by providing us with the first female president of the United States. If recent events are any indication, this accomplishment may happen sooner rather than later. The first indication is the memo recently issued by the White House directing all personnel to refer to the new administration as the Biden/Harris (or is it Harris/Biden?) administration. Bill and Hillary were just unconvincing posers; this is what a real co-presidency looks like.

Apr 08 05:12

FULL SHOW: Biden lifts sanctions on ICC members

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Apr 07 15:53

Biden to unveil long-awaited executive action on guns (None of this would have prevented the most recent shootings…)

The announcement, expected for Thursday, comes amid a spate of high-profile shootings and as some advocates have grown frustrated in the White House’s delay. -- (People use guns to kill people. No gun has ever come alive and killed someone. No vehicle sneaks out of the driveway at night and kills people. Somehow the “do gooders” think by banning guns the problem will go away. Not true. The old adage that when guns are banned, only the bad and sick people will have guns. There is no way we can ban cars, box cutters and guns to prevent their illegal use. Calm down. Put the responsibility where it belongs. The persons using these objects are to blame. Put your misguided efforts toward curing sick minds and everyone will be better off.)