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Mar 16 06:23

Still No Official Date For Biden To Address Joint Session of Congress: Pelosi

There’s still no official date for President Joe Biden to give his first address to a joint session of Congress, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said on Sunday.

Asked if there’s been an update since Congress passed Biden’s COVID-19 relief package, Pelosi told reporters on Capitol Hill that “we’ll see.”

And she answered in the negative when queried on whether there’s an official date yet.

Biden’s chief of staff said last week that the joint session address, sometimes described as a State of the Union speech, would likely be scheduled “shortly after” the president signed the relief package.

Biden signed the bill on Thursday.

Mar 16 06:21

Biden Plans Biggest Federal Tax Hike Since 1993 To Fund Infrastructure, Climate Initiatives

Households across the US rejoiced over the weekend as they received their first stimulus checks. And as BofA's team of analysts parses exactly how millions of Americans will spend this money (will they buy washing machines and toasters? Or dump it into crypto/GME?), Bloomberg is out with a chilling report alerting Americans to the inevitable reality that President Biden is about to switch gears from spending to fundraising.

Of course, we use that term loosely: Despite the fact that Biden just shelled out another $1.85 trillion to finance a third round of stimulus checks (not to mention hundreds of billions in handouts to states and municipalities), his administration isn't raising money to pay for that. Instead, they're looking to finance a Democratic "New New Deal".

Mar 16 06:20

Ron Paul: Is Biden Holding America Hostage Until 'Independence' Day?

Last week President Biden addressed the nation on the first anniversary of the coronavirus being declared a “pandemic.” It was a disturbing speech, warning us that the “hopeful spring” will only emerge “from a dark winter” if all Americans “stick with the rules.”

Whose rules? His rules.

The message from the president was clear: he will only allow us to have some of our freedoms back if we do exactly as he tells us. It was the language of extortion, of a bank robber who demands you do what he says or face the consequences. It was not the language of someone we are told is the leader of the free world.

In the speech Biden laid out a list of what was taken from us over the past year, “weddings, birthdays, graduations…family reunions, the Sunday night rituals.” It was as if somehow the virus, instead of authoritarian government officials, prevented us from enjoying these normal human activities.

Mar 16 06:05

War Erupts Inside the Atlantic Council Over Article Questioning Washington’s Hostile Approach to Moscow

An article written by two Atlantic Council employees that argues Washington should consider a more realistic approach to Russia caused quite the stir within the think tank.

The article, written by Emma Ashford and Mathew Burrows, says the US should “avoid a human-rights-first approach to Russia.” The authors suggest that the Biden administration should instead “seek to build a less aspirational policy toward Russia, minimize the use of sanctions, and look for incentives that might induce Moscow to take steps in line with US interests.”

Mar 16 05:59

Joe Biden Is Following a Blueprint for Forever War

Last week, the U.S. military bombed a site near al-Hurri, along the Iraqi border inside Syria, where Iranian-backed Iraqi militias were allegedly stationed. Although the U.S. launched its missiles across an international border (and without the approval of Congress), White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki framed the strike as a ?“defensive” response to a series of rocket attacks that have killed one and wounded several Americans over the past two weeks. The American bombing left ?“up to a handful dead,” according to one U.S. official who spoke with CNN, and Tehran condemned the assault as ?“illegal and a violation of Syria’s sovereignty”?—?a perception gap certain to complicate President Joe Biden’s pronounced plans to reverse Donald Trump’s antagonistic Iran policies and rejoin the nuclear deal.

Mar 16 05:58

Biden’s retaliatory cyberattacks against Russia are folly

The Biden administration is reportedly planning a “retaliation” against Russia in the next three weeks or so for last year’s massive “SolarWinds” hack of U.S. cyber infrastructure, for which Russia was allegedly responsible.

The New York Times has written that U.S. plans include both new sanctions against Russia and U.S. cyber hacking of Russian state institutions. According to the Times, this will include “a series of clandestine actions across Russian networks,” which U.S. intelligence has already prepared. According to National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan, the response is intended to show Russia “what (actions) the United States believes are in bounds, and out of bounds.”

We hope that wiser counsels can still prevail, and in particular, that someone in the administration will notice both the logical incompatibility of these two responses, and the fact that they could set a precedent that will be used against America itself in future.

Mar 15 07:16

The Fundamental Dilemma of the Biden Administration

From the New Zealand Herald:

US army halts gender neutral fitness test as women struggle
12 Mar, 2021 11:28 PM

Daily Telegraph UK
By: Nick Allen

The US army is considering scrapping its new gender neutral fitness test because women have been failing in much larger numbers than men.

Research showed that the Army Combat Fitness Test (ACFT), which is the same for male and female soldiers, was leading to lower results for women with a knock-on effect for promotions.

Mar 14 10:49

The Pentagon’s Fight With Tucker Carlson Proves It Doesn’t Even Exist To Win Wars Anymore

Tucker Carlson may have never served in the armed forces, but he’s still decisively winning a PR war against the U.S. military. That shouldn’t surprise anyone, of course. The U.S. military loses most of the wars it fights these days.

During America’s long golden age as a country, the military typically abstained from politics and won wars. But in the decaying Globalist American Empire, the military plays a very different role. Protecting America and winning conflicts isn’t the military’s goal at all. Instead, the armed forces have become a skinsuit. This once-great institution has been repurposed into a vehicle for globalist and left-wing domestic political goals.

The clash between Carlson and the DoD began on Monday. In remarks delivered for the Communist holiday of International Women’s Day, Biden boasted of how he and President Obama had worked to make the military a fully gender-neutral body:

Mar 14 10:47

Everything You Need To Know About Biden's Constitution Hating HHS Pick As Confirmation Looms

Xavier Becerra, California’s attorney general and President Biden’s controversial nominee to head the Department of Health and Human Services, narrowly managed to move through a procedural Senate vote on Thursday to advance his confirmation.

Democrats have touted Becerra’s experience as a staunch defender of affordable healthcare and access to abortion, while GOP senators have argued that he is an unqualified culture warrior based on his record on First Amendment- and religious liberty-related cases.

Some of these cases are the following.

Mar 14 08:08

Biden FINALLY sends help to the border - but still won't say there's a crisis: President orders FEMA to shelter migrant kids who are being 'processed' under highways and crammed into detention facilities that have hit 700% capacity

ICE officers have set up a new outdoor processing center in Texas as they struggle to deal with the soaring number of migrants crossing the southern border.

Photographs of the giant open-air facility - located in the Rio Grande Valley Center of the state - were obtained by Fox News on Saturday.

The shocking snaps show hundreds of migrants sitting in a fenced-off area at the haphazard facility, set up under an overpass, after they arrived in the United States from Mexico.

Mar 13 14:07

Previews of Coming Attractions

How reassured were you by Joe Biden’s speech to the nation Thursday night? The more his managers pretend that he’s in charge of anything, the more unlikely it actually seems. So, they wound him up — Adderall would be my guess, to fortify the attention span — and rolled him out like the mummy of Amenhotep III, and one could just imagine the leaders of this-and-that foreign nation cringing (or cackling) in their seats to see this embodiment of collapsing America go through his spiritless ritual motions.

Mar 13 06:29

Watch: Progressives Pissed At Record 'Caged Children' But Won't Talk About Root Cause - Biden

Progressive Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.) acknowledged that the surge in migrant children coming to the U.S.–Mexico border is “approaching a crisis” that could potentially worsen.

When asked by CNN’s Alisyn Camerota if it is “fair to call what we’re seeing today at the border a crisis,” Merkley blamed the Trump administration’s immigration policies that he said created a back-log of children waiting in Mexico.

Merkley replied that the children coming to the border now were the ones “stranded, some for months, some for years, by the Trump administration in Mexico under completely intolerable circumstances.”

Mar 12 12:01

'Obey!' - Biden Outlines Post-Pandemic Dystopia In "Dark & Hopeless" First Address

President Joe Biden delivered his first prime-time address last night since the beginning of his 'unity' reign.

However, out of the gate, he took a shot at his predecessor, seemingly blaming Trump for the spread of COVID-19.

“A year ago, we were hit with a virus that was met with silence and spread unchecked,” Biden said, apparently forgetting that he called then-President Trump xenophobic for quickly imposing a ban on travel into the United States.

Such assertions were to be expected, but as LibertyNation's Graham Noble warns, one sentence from Biden’s speech should terrify Americans:

“We will issue further guidance on what you can and cannot do once fully vaccinated.”

Not the CDC, not the science, but the government will tell you what you can and cannot do if you're not willing to be Big Pharma's guinea pigs. And that message was clear as the rest of the speech was basically variation of the theme:

Mar 12 10:57

‘We all lost something’: Biden honors Covid victims, accelerates vaccine timeline

In his first prime-time presidential address, President Joe Biden said on Thursday night that he would order states to make coronavirus vaccines available to all American adults by May 1, in an effort to accelerate the mass vaccination effort critical to ending the pandemic.

Coming on the one-year anniversary of the coronavirus pandemic, Biden used the speech to pay tribute to those affected — nearly 530,000 lives lost and countless more impacted — while pointing to the United States’ success in ramped-up vaccinations and looking forward to what’s next and life after the pandemic.

Mar 12 09:11

Hill Reporter Suggests Democrats Could Use BIDEN HOLOGRAM to ‘Handle His Public Speeches’

As President Joe Biden faces scrutiny over his lack of press conferences, and questions about his mental and physical health from the public, the Hill’s Sharyl Attkisson has suggested a solution: use a hologram!

Mar 12 07:10

Biden Tries Taking Credit For Vaccine, But Even Media (& Trump) Reminding America Who Did It

Former President Trump touted his administration's efforts obtaining a COVID-19 vaccine, declaring that if it weren’t for him, Americans wouldn't have received a vaccine for years.

"I hope everyone remembers when they’re getting the COVID-19 (often referred to as the China Virus) Vaccine, that if I wasn’t President, you wouldn’t be getting that beautiful 'shot' for 5 years, at best, and probably wouldn’t be getting it at all," read a statement from the former president. "I hope everyone remembers!"

Trump's Wednesday comments came after an event earlier in the day when President Biden announced he would order 100 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine from Johnson & Johnson (J&J). Following a meeting with CEO's from J&J and Merck, Biden celebrated their partnership to produce the former's vaccine.

Mar 11 12:50

Third Stimulus Check: When Are the $1,400 Payments Coming and Who Is Eligible?

Another round of stimulus checks is almost certain to happen now that both houses of Congress have approved President Biden’s coronavirus relief legislation.

The House passed it on Wednesday, and Mr. Biden is expected to sign it into law on Friday.

When are the payments coming?
Mr. Biden said Saturday that the checks would start coming this month. The Internal Revenue Service will likely provide more details once Mr. Biden’s signature turns the bill into a law.

The IRS has recent experience sending out payments, and that is a good guide for what to expect now. Last year, when former President Donald Trump signed the first big relief bill in March, the bulk of direct deposits arrived within about two weeks. The second round of payments, approved in December, hit bank accounts within a few days after Mr. Trump signed them into law.

Mar 11 12:44

Get ready for a raft of Biden court nominees

The Biden administration has pledged a laser-like focus on the judiciary in the coming months, vowing to not only prioritize nominations but also cast a wide net in its search for potential appointees.

It is a welcome development for progressives seeking to optimize the thin Democratic majority in the Senate and quickly regain ground lost after former President Donald Trump placed more than 200 appointees in the courts -- including three Supreme Court justices -- during his tenure. Democrats are flooding the White House with names, highlighting those with professional and demographic diversity.

In the coming weeks, President Joe Biden is expected to put forward a list for seats on federal appeals courts, including the vacancy left by newly confirmed Attorney General Merrick Garland, who sat on the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit.

Mar 10 10:09

Bidens dog Champ removed from white house

Mar 10 09:02

Biden: 'This is What Vice Presidents And Generals in The U.S. Armed Forces Look Like'

This is what a late-stage empire looks like.

Mar 10 08:03

Biden's 'Progressive Authored' Executive Orders Are Already Causing Economic Problems

President Joe Biden was accused by 12 states of a climate change-related executive order, saying it has the option to seriously harm states’ economies.

State attorneys general from Arkansas, Arizona, Indiana, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Utah joined a lawsuit filed by Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt.

“Manufacturing, agriculture, and energy production are essential to Missouri’s economy and employ thousands of hard-working Missourians across the state. Under President Biden’s executive order, which he didn’t have the authority to enact, these hard-working Missourians who have lived and worked this land for generations could be left in the dust,” Schmitt, a Republican, said in a March 8 statement.

Mar 10 07:17

Biden Iran envoy boasted of depriving civilians of food, in sadistic sanctions manual

The Joseph Biden administration has named Richard Nephew as its deputy Iran envoy. As the former principal deputy coordinator of sanctions policy for Barack Obama’s State Department, Nephew took personal credit for depriving Iranians of food, sabotaging their automobile industry, and driving up unemployment rates.

Nephew has described the destruction of Iran’s economy as “a tremendous success,” and lamented during a visit to Russia that food was still plentiful in the country’s capital despite mounting US sanctions.

Nephew’s appointment to a senior diplomatic post suggests that rather than immediately returning to the JCPOA nuclear deal, the Biden administration will finesse sanctions illegally imposed by Trump to pressure Iran into an onerous, reworked agreement that Tehran is unlikely to join.

Mar 10 06:49

'Extraordinary crisis': Democrats' revolutionary climate change bill aims to remake U.S. economy

House Democrats are brewing a hefty climate-change bill to satisfy an environmental wish-list that includes removing fossil fuels from the electric grid, cracking down on natural gas pipelines, and earmarking $500 million to install electric vehicle charging stations throughout the U.S.

President Biden and his Democrats trumpet the bill, known as the CLEAN Future Act, as a “jobs bill” and the backbone of his Build Back Better agenda.

“The CLEAN Future Act promises that we will not stand idly by as the rest of the world transitions to clean economies and our workers get left behind, and that we will not watch from the sidelines as the climate crisis wreaks havoc on Americans’ health and homes,” said Rep. Frank Pallone, New Jersey Democrat and chairman of the Energy and Commerce Committee that is working on the bill.

Mar 09 14:30

Arizona and Montana Take Legal Action Against Biden Admin ICE Arrest Regulations

Arizona and Montana are taking legal action (pdf) to block new Biden administration immigration regulations, saying that these would cause negative consequences for the states.

The new rules would limit the capability of ICE to detain some illegal immigrants unless they pose a threat to national security, entered through the border after Nov. 1, or committed aggravated felonies.

The Biden administration says that the rules don’t impair arresting or deporting people, but the officers in the field would need to request permission from their superiors to arrest people outside of the aforementioned cases.

Mar 09 13:29

Blinken Criticized for Opposition to ICC Investigation into Israeli War Crimes

This week, Secretary of State Antony Blinken was met with criticism for his opposition to the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) announcement of its investigation into Israeli war crimes.

“The ICC has no jurisdiction over this matter. Israel is not a party to the ICC and has not consented to the Court’s jurisdiction, and we have serious concerns about the ICC’s attempts to exercise its jurisdiction over Israeli personnel,” read a press statement issued by Blinken’s office on the matter, which was titled: “The United States Opposes the ICC Investigation into the Palestinian Situation.”

Mar 09 10:32

Psaki Confirms That Joe Biden Wants Biological Males to Dominate Women’s Sports (VIDEO)

“The president’s position on the rights of transgender kids to play sports is clear– he signed an executive order and he believes transgender rights are human rights and wants to see kids have the opportunity to play sports and participate in a range of activities,” Psaki said.

In other words, Joe Biden believes biological males who identify as transgender, are more important than your daughters.

What about the rights of young girls?

Mar 09 08:55

BIDEN ADMIN SILENCES DHS OVER BORDER CRISIS AS VIRAL VIDEO SHOWS FLOOD OF MIGRANTS STREAMING INTO ARIZONA

The Biden administration has told the Department of Homeland Security not to speak freely about the growing border crisis, according to Breitbart, which spoke with a "senior-level law enforcement source" within DHS who spoke on condition of anonymity.

"The situation with media relations now is night and day compared to the last administration," said the official. "We have been advised not to speak on immigration issues at the border and to rely on DHS’s Office of Public Affairs and the White House Press Office to handle messaging."

Mar 09 08:47

[VIDEO] Kayleigh Says She Knows The Real Reason Biden Won’t Hold a Presser

Biden has already set some kind of a record as to longest without a press conference since he came in the last 100 years, as my colleague Sister Toldjah wrote. And it’s just getting longer all the time. Finally, Jen Psaki claimed that he was going to do one this month but that he was delayed by the pandemic.

But McEnany believes he’s not doing it because his staff is afraid to put him out there, worrying about what might happen, that they’re trying to protect him from the inevitable problems that would result.

Mar 09 08:00

Biden Sued By 12 States Over Climate Executive Order

President Joe Biden was sued by 12 states over a climate change-related executive order, saying it has the potential to severely impact states’ economies.

State attorneys general from Arkansas, Arizona, Indiana, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Utah joined a lawsuit filed by Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt.

“Manufacturing, agriculture, and energy production are essential to Missouri’s economy and employ thousands of hard-working Missourians across the state. Under President Biden’s executive order, which he didn’t have the authority to enact, these hard-working Missourians who have lived and worked this land for generations could be left in the dust,” Schmitt, a Republican, said in a statement on Monday.

Mar 09 07:49

Biden vs Teleprompter: Semifinal.

Mar 09 07:48

Biden Administration Grants New Deportation Protection for Venezuelans in the U.S. Illegally

The Biden administration said it would grant temporary legal authorization to Venezuelans in the U.S. without permission, allowing potentially hundreds of thousands of people to remain in the country.

The Temporary Protected Status designation, which lasts for 18 months and can be renewed, offers Venezuelans in the U.S. work permits and temporary protection against deportation. Venezuelans who enter the U.S. after March 8 can’t qualify for the program, a senior administration official said. As many as 320,000 people could be eligible for the program, the person said.

The decision, which follows a nearly identical move by former President Donald Trump in his final hours in office, is the first major policy move in the Biden administration’s pressure campaign against the Venezuelan regime of President Nicolás Maduro.

Mar 09 07:48

Biden seems to forget defense secretary’s name, calls him ‘the guy who runs that outfit’

President Biden on Monday seemed to forget Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin’s name at a White House event — calling the Pentagon chief “the guy who runs that outfit over there.”

Biden was announcing the nomination of two female generals to lead US military combatant commands.

“And I want to thank the sec — the, the, ah former general. I keep calling him general, but my, my — the guy who runs that outfit over there,” Biden said.

“I want to make sure we thank the secretary for all he’s done to try to implement what we just talked about. And for recommending these two women for promotion.”

Earlier at the event, Biden mentioned the Defense Department leader by his name, “Secretary Austin,” while appearing to read from a teleprompter.

Mar 09 07:42

In Embarrassing Senior Moment, Biden Forgets What Pentagon's Called, Blanks On Secretary Of Defense Name

After bumbling through a public appearance last week - at one point mumbling "What am I doing here?" while forgetting the names of key Democrats, the President of the United States on Monday couldn't remember the name of the Pentagon, or his own Secretary of Defense, Lloyd Austin - who spoke minutes before Biden took the stage to offer remarks during International Women's Day.

Here's a very confused Biden on March 1st asking what he's doing there:

Mar 09 06:55

Biden administration inexplicably decides to re-fund World Health Organization

The Biden administration just sent $200 million to the World Health Organization, reversing the May 2020 decision of the Trump administration to cut ties with the failed organization for its “role in severely mismanaging and covering up the spread of the coronavirus.”

Biden’s Secretary of State, Anthony Blinken, justified the cash bailout as a way of “ensuring that WHO has the support it needs to lead the response to the pandemic, even as we work to reform it in the future.”

In my view, giving money to WHO for the pandemic is like giving more gasoline to the arsonist who set the fire in the first place.

Mar 08 08:47

Joe Biden waves the white flag on the Pentagon budget

It appears that the U.S. military has dodged a bullet. Defense officials reported last week that rather than cut the Pentagon budget, the Biden White House will “flatline” military expenditures, postponing a reset of defense spending priorities.

A senior Pentagon official confirms the report, first headlined in Breaking Defense, telling me that the Biden defense budget (due for release on May 3), will come in at just over $696 billion (total national security outlays, including those to the Department of Energy, could total more than $735 billion), a figure comparable to the base funding provided to the Pentagon in 2021. Put simply, the new Biden administration will keep in place the lavish spending on defense that was a hallmark of the Trump years — a decision likely to spur howls of protest from Biden’s progressive supporters.

Mar 08 07:57

Kamala Harris voices US opposition to ICC probe during call with Benjamin Netanyahu

In her first call with Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu since taking office, US vice president Kamala Harris reiterated Washington’s opposition to the International Criminal Court's probe of alleged war crimes in Gaza and the West Bank.

They “noted their respective governments’ opposition to the International Criminal Court’s attempts to exercise its jurisdiction over Israeli personnel,” the White House said.

The ICC investigation, which covers events dating back to 13 June 2014, was lauded by Palestinians and heavily criticised by the US and Israel.

It was also condemned by some Jewish groups, with Board of Deputies president Marie van der Zyl warning it will “will only further polarise Israelis and Palestinians.”

Mar 08 07:46

State Department nominee contributed to book claiming ‘Israel lobby’ controls politics

U.S. President Joe Biden’s nominee for a leading position in the U.S. State Department previously worked on a book that accused the “Israel lobby” of influencing American politics and was employed by a magazine that publishes anti-Semitic content.

Uzra Zeya has been nominated as undersecretary for civilian security, democracy and human rights in the State Department. In 1989 and 1990, she worked for the magazine Washington Report on Middle East Affairs and its publishing group, American Educational Trust.

The Washington Report has questioned the loyalty American Jews have to the United States; published accusations against the “Jewish lobby”; claimed American Jews control the media; and accused the Mossad of perpetrating the assassination of former President John F. Kennedy and the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

Mar 08 07:42

What Does It Say When The White House Itself Boasts About Working To Limit Biden's Powers?

In a very odd admission from the White House about their own President's powers, press secretary Jen Psaki revealed on Friday that the current administration is “committed” to working with Congress to replace the Presidential War Power with “a narrow and specific framework,” to ensure the government both protects Americans and stops endless wars.

“We are committed to working with Congress to ensure that the authorizations for the use of military force currently on the books are replaced with a narrow and specific framework that will ensure we can protect Americans from terrorist threats while ending the forever wars,” Psaki tweeted.

Psaki went on to praise Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.), who co-sponsored a bill to repeal the current presidential war power, noting that Kaine has been a leader on questions of war powers, helping to build a strong bipartisan coalition that understands the importance of Congress’s constitutional rights.

Mar 08 07:35

JOE BIDEN RECEIVED ONE LETTER THAT LEFT HIM WONDERING HOW IT ALL WENT WRONG

Joe Biden’s presidency is not off to a fast start.

There is more bad news on the way.

And Joe Biden received one letter that left him wondering how it all went wrong.

Joe Biden nominated former Hillary Clinton confidante and left-wing activist Neera Tanden to serve as Director of the Office of Management and Budget.

Tanden’s controversial past where she accused Republicans of being Russian collaborators and other outrageous statements rose the temperature surrounding the opposition in the Senate towards Tanden’s confirmation.

Mar 08 07:22

10-20 American mouthpieces for Israeli government had unrivaled access to Obama White House — Rhodes

Ben Rhodes, former deputy national security adviser under President Obama, says that he had to meet with Israel lobbyists as much as all other interest groups combined; that these lobbyists were a tiny segment of the American Jewish community, the same 10 to 20 individuals; they invariably took the position of the Israeli government; and were apparently scripted by the Israelis in some cases.

He also said that White House national security aides were expected to appear at the Israel lobby group AIPAC’s annual conference, but if they paid attention to Arab-American or peace groups, they could “get in trouble.”

Mar 08 07:20

Biden Goes Off Presidential Script, Fires EEOC General Counsel Because Trump Appointed Her

President Joe Biden on Friday dismissed Trump-pick Sharon Gustafson, who declined to resign voluntarily as general counsel of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), reports reveal.

Gautam Raghavan, the White House deputy director of the Office of Presidential Personnel, said in an email to Gustafson reached by The Hill that she was being fired effective 5 p.m. Friday after she refused to step down. Her term was first thought to end in 2023.

Gustafson, in a letter to the White House released by the Ethics & Public Policy Center, a conservative think tank, said she had received the call to quit but had opted to “respectfully” decline.

Mar 08 07:19

Imminent: When Will Kamala Make Her Move & Start 25th Amendment Proceedings Against Biden?

No other president has been more "missing from the beginning" than current President Joe Biden has been in the opening months of his presidency, and Democrats will probably end up invoking the 25th Amendment against him to displace him from office within the next couple of years, former presidential political adviser Dick Morris stated on Newsmax TV Saturday.

"Maybe in a few weeks after (Dwight D.) Eisenhower had his heart attack, but certainly no president has been missing from the beginning," Morris, also a Newsmax TV host, told the network's "The Count,"

Biden's poll figures "are not good," he also claimed, quoting Rasmussen Reports as the "most accurate pollster."

The company followed every single day of Biden's first two months compared with former President Donald Trump's, and "in every one of the 16 polls that were conducted in both administrations, every single one of them, Trump was above Biden."

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Look at the bright side. Biden can hide his own Easter eggs this year!

Mar 07 08:02

[VIDEO] Frustrated Reporters Corner Jen Psaki And Want To Know Where The Heck Is Joe?

It seems that Dems actually believe they can hide Biden away for the next four years.

Seriously, what are they thinking?

It’s going to become a real “Weekend at Bernie’s” situation soon, where they’ll only start dragging him out for necessary events.

By the way, where’s the SOTUS address?

Mar 07 06:46

Will the real president of the United States please stand up?

Can anyone just tell us who the hell is running our federal government right now?

You literally get censored out of existence for suggesting that anyone other than Joe Biden won the election last November. Yet there is no evidence today — four months later — that Mr. Biden is actually serving as president.

A weird Tron video this week appeared to show Mr. Biden — looking every bit the part of Max Headroom — interfacing with House Democrats in Congress. Digitally, of course.

He droned on for a few minutes using scripted psycho-pablum, sitting alone at a table. The table was empty except for his instruction manual. As he spoke haltingly, he looked up at a giant screen from which House Speaker Nancy Pelosi stared awkwardly, fake smiling.

Mar 04 11:14

NORTH AND SOUTH DAKOTA STATE LEGISLATURES PASS BILLS TO INVALIDATE ALL UNCONSTITUTIONAL BIDEN ORDERS

Each state has the right to reject unconstitutional laws coming from the federal government and this bill is emblematic of the fact that many states are not going to allow an out-of-control executive branch to usurp their constitutional rights, especially if Biden packs the Supreme Court with far-left ‘living document’ judges.

Mar 04 07:38

Watch: Biden Still Has Not Spoken To The Press But That Does Not Mean His Gaffe's Have Stopped

President Biden hasn't spent much time with reporters, but that doesn't indicate he hasn't made any literal blunders since he was sworn-in.

A self-aware error-leaking politician who has brought himself fire and scrutiny more than once, Biden mainly has been shielded from the press as coronavirus limitations restrict a path to the new president. He opened up a bit to reporters following a COVID-19 event on Tuesday, saying he believes the country is back to its pre-pandemic normal "this time next year." But he returned to his missteps ways when asked what he learned in a border security briefing earlier in the day: "A lot."

Mar 04 07:10

Promoting democracy abroad ‘by example’ at home: Biden administration outlines top foreign policy priorities

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken outlined the urgent priorities of US foreign policy, arguing that American prosperity at home depends on global leadership, promotion of democracy and protecting the world order from China.

In a speech on Wednesday – the first since he took office five weeks ago – Blinken listed the eight most pressing issues the State Department plans to address, noting that they are linked to domestic policy priorities of the Biden administration.

First, the Biden administration wants to stop the Covid-19 pandemic and “create global health security,” since “none of us will be truly safe until the majority of the world is immune,” Blinken explained.

Mar 04 07:08

Joe Biden Quietly Revokes 7 Trump Executive Orders: ‘I Don’t Need a Reason’

President Joe Biden randomly revoked seven of Trump’s executive orders on Wednesday, refusing to tell reporters why he was doing so.

One of the first executive orders signed by former President Trump was the “Core Principles for Regulating the United States Financial System,” which Biden swiftly removed this week.

The order’s goal was to “empower Americans to make independent financial decisions and informed choices in the marketplace, save for retirement, and build individual wealth.”

The policy was designed to “prevent taxpayer-funded bailouts” and to “enable American companies to be competitive with foreign firms in domestic and foreign markets.”

Mar 04 06:47

Biden's Campaign Strategy Of 'Put Your Dumb Uncle In The Basement' Still Being Used By Admin

President Biden won the White House because the coronavirus allowed him to stay protected in his basement, defending his campaign from its biggest responsibility — the candidate himself, a new book says.

The Biden camp ran somewhat on the strategy of "you put your dumb uncle in the basement,’’ referring to the Democratic candidate, according to "Lucky: How Joe Biden Barely Won the Presidency.’’

Even former President Obama originally declined to support his 78-year-old ex-vice president and friend, troubled he could become a "tragicomic caricature of an aging politician having his last hurrah’’ if not protected from himself, the book states.

Mar 04 06:47

Joe Getting Impatient With His Congress - Resorts To Bullying Moderates To Cave To Progressives

President Biden pushed Senate Democrats on Tuesday to vote swiftly to pass a massive COVID-19 aid spending package.

Biden met with Democrats at their virtual caucus meeting, urging lawmakers to stay united. The party is fighting with disagreements about provisions in the bill, including the size of bonus jobless pay and whether to add a minimum wage hike.

“President Biden made his pitch today to our entire caucus, and he said we need to pass this bill and pass it soon,” Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, a New York Democrat, announced “That's what the American people sent us here to do, and we have to get America the help it needs.”

Mar 03 11:05

Study: Biden Amnesty Would Import California-Size Foreign Population

President Joe Biden’s amnesty plan, which also expands legal immigration levels, would import a foreign population close to the size of California, new analysis reveals.

Last month, House and Senate Democrats introduced the Biden plan — known as H.R. 1177 & S. 348 — which would give amnesty to the roughly 11 to 22 million illegal aliens living in the United States while doubling annual legal immigration to the country, flooding the labor market with more foreign competition for the nation’s more than 17 million jobless Americans.

Analysis conducted by NumbersUSA, which advocates on behalf of American workers for less foreign competition in the labor market, finds that by 2031, Biden’s amnesty will have imported a foreign-born population nearly the size of California.

Mar 03 10:49

As Biden bans export of defense articles to Russia, ‘bewildered’ Moscow reveals it hasn’t received US weapons since WWII

Russia's Service of Military-Technical Cooperation has noted its “bewilderment” after Washington imposed an export ban on “defense articles and defense services” to the country, despite Russia not receiving any US arms since 1945.

On Tuesday, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken unveiled new sanctions against Moscow after the alleged poisoning and “attempted assassination of Russian opposition figure Aleksey Navalny.”

“The US government has exercised its authorities to send a clear signal that Russia's use of chemical weapons and abuse of human rights have severe consequences,” a press statement from Blinken said.

Mar 03 08:17

Biden now says US will have enough vaccine for every adult by the end of May

President Joe Biden said Tuesday the United States would have enough Covid-19 vaccine doses for every adult American by the end of May, dramatically accelerating his timeline but acknowledging the country must still be vigilant against the virus.

He also announced he would direct states to prioritize teachers in their vaccination plans, reemphasizing a commitment to returning students to classrooms amid a confusing administration stance on when and how classrooms can reopen.

The new date does not mean all Americans would receive shots by May 31; issues with distribution and personnel mean it could take much longer for all doses to be administered.

But the speedier estimate, helped along by a new partnership between major US drugmakers, makes for an optimistic target as millions of Americans wait to receive their first doses. The timeline speeds up by two months the administration's previous goal of having enough shots by the end of July.

Mar 03 08:16

White House pulls nomination of embattled budget chief pick Neera Tanden

The White House is withdrawing Neera Tanden's nomination to lead the Office of Management and Budget, marking the first major personnel defeat for President Joe Biden.

Tanden ran into trouble after Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., came out against her, citing overtly partisan statements that he said would have a toxic and detrimental impact on the working relationship between Congress and the influential budget office.

Biden had hoped a moderate Republican would give Tanden the support she needed, but that appeared unlikely. Tanden, who would have been the first nonwhite woman to run the office, was criticized because of her previous posts on Twitter targeting Republicans and Democrats in the Senate.

Mar 02 14:34

HIDIN’ BIDEN: Psaki Says Biden Still Has No Plans To Hold A Press Conference While In Office

White House press secretary Jen Psaki confirmed Monday that unlike his predecessors, President Joe Biden will not be holding a live press conference in the near future, despite having been in office for over a month at this point.

When asked if Biden had scheduled his first press conference yet, Psaki replied, “Not yet, but we will definitely have one, we will schedule it, and you will be the first to know, because you’re pivotal participants in that.”

Mar 02 13:18

Twelve Executive Orders That Will Live In Infamy

Trust in government is the same as writing your epitaph, especially with the American Deep State in control. Since the election of Donald Trump, American, in large part, has stopped prepping. This is such a bad mistake. The Deep State is going to respond in force to the Trump agenda and strike out and and try to execute a total takeover. If they are successful, you will be dependent on them for everything. Don't believe me? Fear mongering? The cognitive dissonance crowd may wish to read a compilation of Executive Orders I have put together which will demonstrate the reign of terror that the Deep State has planned.

Mar 02 13:15

Biden eyes new era of green imperialism

In his January 27 “Executive Order on Tackling the Climate Crisis at Home and Abroad,” US President Joseph Biden declares that his administration aims at “putting the climate crisis at the center of United States foreign policy and National Security.”

Taken literally, this statement – as I think any sober observer of today’s situation in the US and internationally will agree – is a piece of insanity. Joe, please tell us you don’t mean it.

Whatever one might believe about an oncoming climate apocalypse, the urgent domestic and international problems the Biden administration will face in the immediate months ahead have little or nothing to do with the temperature of the Earth’s atmosphere. They include the likelihood of crises that might decide between war and peace on a short time-horizon.

Mar 02 10:19

Democrats criticize Biden’s decision to launch airstrikes in Syria without consulting Congress

Some Senate Democrats on Friday criticized President Joe Biden’s decision to launch an airstrike Thursday night in Syria without conferring with all of Congress.

The Pentagon briefed congressional leadership before the action, according to a National Security Council spokesman. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s staff was notified before the strike, according to a Democratic aide.

Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., on Friday requested a briefing from the Biden administration on the decision-making behind the airstrikes.

“The American people deserve to hear the Administration’s rationale for these strikes and its legal justification for acting without coming to Congress. Offensive military action without congressional approval is not constitutional absent extraordinary circumstances,” a statement from Kaine’s office read. Kaine is a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee.

Mar 02 07:57

Biden Gang Already In Deals with Ukraine – $125 Million of US Tax-payer Money on its Way to Ukraine Right Now

President Joe Biden’s Department of Defense is providing a $125 million grant to Ukraine to improve the country’s ability to counter Russian aggression, the Pentagon announced Monday.

The package comes roughly seven years after Russia first annexed Crimea, a region of Ukraine, in 2014. Russia has maintained high levels of aggression toward the former Soviet nation in the years since. Former President Donald Trump was notoriously impeached and subsequently acquitted for holding up a military grant to Ukraine in 2019 for political reasons.

Mar 02 07:25

Open note to those who voted for the Dems

If you voted for the Dems, then

This act of international aggression, and all those which will now follow, are on YOU!

Yes, you. There is simply *no way* that you could argue that “oh I did not know” or “but, but, Biden promised to be a good president“. Sorry, because for the past 4 years thousands of us have been trying to warn you, to explain to you in detail what would happen if the Neocons fully took control of the USA. We predicted it all, we gave you all the evidence, but you refused to listen. Now it is too late.

Mar 02 07:07

Senior Biden Adviser Says White House Will Start Acting on Reparations Without Congress

A senior adviser to President Joe Biden said the White House will act without Congress to develop proposals for reparations, or direct payments to African Americans.

White House senior adviser Cedric Richmond told Axios on Feb. 28: “We don’t want to wait on a study. We’re going to start acting now.”

“We have to start breaking down systemic racism and barriers that have held people of color back and especially African Americans,” Richmond said. “We have to do stuff now.”

“If you start talking about free college tuition to [historically black colleges and universities] and you start talking about free community college in Title I and all of those things, I think that you are well on your way,” he said, noting that a timeline for Congress’s commission to study reparations wasn’t known.

Mar 02 06:52

Silencing The Masses: Facebook Censorship Only Increasing Since Biden Inauguration

Facebook whistleblower Ryan Hartwig, who revealed the social media giant’s alleged pattern of bias and censorship against conservatives, told The Epoch Times’ “American Thought Leaders” program on Feb. 28 that censorship at the company has become “outrageous.”

Hartwig, a former content moderator at a third-party company that provided services to Facebook, made news in June 2020 when he alleged that moderators were told to enforce the social media platform’s policies selectively to allow, under certain circumstances, content that demonized the police or white males.

“I saw that Facebook gave exceptions to, essentially, silence conservatives,” he claimed in an interview during the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Orlando, Florida.

Mar 01 08:02

Watch: Joe Biden Botches Democrats’ Names, Asks ‘What Am I Doing Here?’

President Joe Biden struggled to read his speech Friday as he botched the names of Democrat members of Congress and asked, “What am I doing here?”

Biden was in Houston to visit the area affected by last week’s deep freeze and appeared to have trouble reading his speech:

Mar 01 07:46

Media ticked over White House plan to charge reporters $170 for COVID-19 test every time they enter

The White House plans to roll out a new policy starting Monday that would charge journalists $170 to take a COVID-19 test every time they enter the grounds, and reporters in the press corps and beyond are not happy about it.

What are the details?

The Washington Post revealed the plan, reporting that the Biden administration is getting pushback from media outlets large and small who are unhappy about being asked to pay the government what could amount to tens of thousands of dollars for the privilege of doing their jobs.

But the Biden administration says the tests are just too expensive for the White House to keep paying.

Mar 01 07:33

More Progressives Begin Thinking Biden 'Is No Better Than Trump' As Dem Wars Heat Up

Liberals were dealt their first major disappointments of President Biden’s young administration as the United States launched airstrikes in Syria and the prospects for a $15 federal minimum wage dimmed.

“We didn’t flip Georgia Blue for Biden to air strike Syria,” left-wing activist Ja’Mal Green tweeted. “We flipped Georgia Blue for our $2,000 Stimulus Checks.”

“And for $15 minimum wage,” he wrote. “And for $50,000 of student loan debt to be canceled.”

The two Georgia Senate races shifted the Senate to Democratic control after Kamala Harris was sworn in as vice president on Jan. 20, giving the party the White House and majorities in both chambers of Congress.

Mar 01 06:39

KAG: After Several Setbacks, Biden DOJ Appealing Ruling Upholding Rights Of Landlords

The Justice Department (DOJ) on Saturday informed a federal judge that it plans to appeal his ruling that found the federal government does not have the right to launch a nationwide eviction moratorium.

“The Department of Justice respectfully disagrees with the February 25 decision of the district court in Terkel v. CDC that the CDC’s eviction moratorium exceeds Congress’ powers under the Commerce Clause and the Necessary and Proper Clause, and the Department has appealed that decision,” Brian Boynton, Acting Assistant Attorney General for the Justice Department’s Civil Division, stated.

U.S. District Judge John Barker from the Eastern District of Texas on Thursday ordered in favor of a group of property managers and landowners who disputed a Centers for Disease Control and

Prevention (CDC) order that barred them from temporarily evicting tenants for non-payment of rent throughout the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus pandemic.

Feb 28 09:33

Biden Gets Tongue Twisted: ‘What Am I Doing Here?’; ‘I’m Going to Lose Track Here’

Feb 28 09:27

Merrick Garland—Antifa Attorney General Plans to Crush Dissent

Of the sixteen persons nominated for a cabinet position, as listed in the January 23rd issue of The Economist [After the chaos of the Trump era, what can Joe Biden hope to achieve?] nine have now been confirmed by the U.S. Senate and have assumed office. So we are better than halfway through the confirmation process.

You can’t help but notice the diversity. Not one of them—not one of the sixteen—is a non-Hispanic white Protestant heterosexual male. To put that another way: Not one of the sixteen comes from the same slice of the diversity pie as did every single one of our nation’s Founding Fathers.

Feb 28 09:26

Shadowland

The State of the Union speech is a somewhat squishy national ritual. Since Franklin Roosevelt, presidents have delivered it early each year in-person to a joint session of congress, with every other dignitary in government on hand — except for one cabinet officer designated the “lone survivor,” who sits it out elsewhere in case, say, the Capitol gets blown up. Before Woodrow Wilson, presidents customarily sent over a written message. Article II, Section 3, Clause 1 of the constitution only stipulates that a president “from time to time” shall report to Congress on how the nation is doing.

Feb 28 09:24

Healing bombs? CNN’s love affair with airstrikes continues, as network gushes over Biden attack on Syria

Joe Biden’s Syrian airstrikes were hailed by CNN as a masterstroke of diplomacy, delivered with “a scalpel instead of a sledgehammer.” Strangely enough, it sang the same song when Donald Trump launched his own strikes.

Delivered on Thursday by two F-15 fighter jets, Biden’s airstrikes knocked out several facilities the Pentagon says were used by Iranian-backed militias in Syria. The Pentagon described the strikes as “defensive” in nature, and as a response to rocket attacks on US and coalition troops in Iraq. A militia spokesman said one fighter was killed and several wounded.

Feb 28 09:23

Tara Reade: As the American hawk bombs overseas, the rot of corruption and bigotry plucks at its underbelly at home

The Biden administration’s decision to bomb Syria is not surprising, nor is the complete reversal of media tone compared to when Trump did it. It’s all a reflection of the bigotry eating away at the country from the inside.

From my time as a volunteer at a raptor rescue, I know doves and pigeons sometimes manage to fight back against hawks. When it happens the dove usually makes little cuts in the hawk’s underbelly, only visible if the bird is turned over. But eventually, the hawk spirals to the ground, dead.

If you have ever done any falconry, then you know the power in the bird’s grip. In fact, special gloves are required to withstand the claws of hawks or falcons, as they could cut you to the bone just by squeezing.

I imagine both allies and foes wish they had these special gloves while doing diplomacy with America.

I believe America, like that hawk, has little cuts of greed and corruption slicing away at any semblance of Democracy. And it is in a spiral.

Feb 28 09:13

Biden's Syria strike unmasks US' two-faced policy, promises no fundamental change

Syria is a sovereign country, said at least one current member of Joe Biden's administration when former US President Donald Trump authorized attacks against Syria in 2017, a country that has neither attacked the United States’ territory nor its regional positions.

The remarks, made in a tweet on April 7, 2017, were those of Jen Psaki, who currently serves as the White House press secretary.

“Also what is the legal authority for strikes?” Psaki asked in that tweet, which came after the US launched a barrage of 59 Tomahawk missiles against Syria for a suspected chemical attack on the town of Khan Shaykhun in Syria’s Idlib Province, which Washington blamed on Damascus.

Feb 28 08:25

Biden’s First Foreign Policy Speech Vows Forever Wars

US foreign policy has clearly continued in the same direction, without missing a beat. Unlike in previous transitions in the White House, this time US President Joe Biden has not even really tried to promise even the faintest hope that it wouldn’t.

There were a few glimpses of remote hope – particularly regarding the possibility the US wouldn’t abandon its last arms treaty with Russia, New START (Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty) – and Biden’s promise of returning to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), also known as the Iran Nuclear Deal.

However, in Biden’s first speech regarding foreign policy since taking office, now posted on the White House’s official website and titled, “Remarks by President Biden on America’s Place in the World,” reveals that, if anything, US belligerence on the global stage is set to only expand.

Feb 28 08:19

Democrats are accelerating plans to install President Harris

Democrats want the nuclear launch codes. They’re angry that Joe Biden didn’t ask Kamala Harris for permission to bomb Syria. They pushed the State of the Union address over “security concerns.” It’s happening, folks. The bait-n-switch from President Biden to President Harris is underway, just like so many Trump-supporters warned for months.

The groundwork continues to be laid for Harris to supplant Biden as President of the United States. This has been the plan all along, but it seems like they’re accelerating their efforts. The likely reason is the fact that his cognitive skills continue to fade, perhaps more rapidly than they had hoped. He’s been showing signs of mental acuity challenges, potentially full-blown dementia, since a few weeks after he announced his candidacy in 2019. We witnessed him slip rapidly, particularly in the months following his nomination. Ever since Inauguration Day, he’s been limited in when he’s allowed to speak.

Feb 28 08:17

'It's a CON!' Britons react with fury after Biden puts brakes on post-Brexit trade deal

BRITONS have reacted with fury after Joe Biden's new White House administration warned it would review post-Brexit trade deal negotiations with the UK.

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Katherine Tai, President Biden's top trade nominee, slammed the brakes on the talks, pointing to a lot of "developments" since they began in 2018 and the priority of defeating the Covid-19 threat. She said there was a need to "review the discussions and the negotiations so far, in the light of all of these developments".

Feb 28 08:00

Bongino: My Secret Service Sources Tell Me ‘How Bad Biden’s Condition Is’

Feb 28 07:59

Israel said very pleased with US strikes in Syria: ‘Biden is not Obama’

Israel is highly pleased with Thursday night’s US airstrikes against an Iranian-backed militia base on the Syrian-Iraqi border, Israeli officials told Walla News Friday.

Officials told Walla they see the strikes as a positive signal about the new administration’s posture toward Iran, and believe it will send a message to Tehran that it must restrain itself and its proxies in the region.
They said they had been concerned by growing Iranian provocations in the region, often through its proxies, and had shared this concern with the Americans.

Feb 28 07:18

Biden Says US Will "Never" Accept Russia's Annexation Of Crimea

President Biden released a statement on Friday marking the seventh anniversary of Russia’s annexation of Crimea where he said the US will "never" accept Russian sovereignty over the peninsula.

"The United States continues to stand with Ukraine and its allies and partners today, as it has from the beginning of this conflict," Biden said. "The United States does not and will never recognize Russia's purported annexation of the peninsula, and we will stand with Ukraine against Russia’s aggressive acts."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Here we go again. Crimea VOTED to secede from Ukraine following the installation of Poroshenko, then VOTED again to join the Russian Republics.

Feb 28 07:07

“WHERE THE F**K ARE THE CHECKS? THEY WENT TO RAYTHEON SO THEY CAN BOMB MY COUNTRY”

British-Syrian journalist Richard Medhurst responded to Joe Biden’s missile strike on Syria by demanding to know, “Where the f**k are the checks? They went to Raytheon so they can bomb my country.”

Biden ordered the attack yesterday, claiming it targeted Iranian-backed militias in eastern Syria while the Pentagon spun the move as a “defensive precision strike.”

Many observers pointed to the bombing as yet another sign that despite the administration’s obsession with flaunting its “diversity” and supposedly progressive virtues, the military-industrial complex is still in control.

“People that are starving who can’t pay their rent, you’ve got millions of Americans that are uninsured, they got no health care, they lost their jobs, where the fuck are the checks? Oh I know, they went to Raytheon so they can bomb my country,” said Medhurst.

Feb 27 08:12

China Mocks Biden Syria Bombing: ‘America Is Back’

China’s state-run Global Times newspaper mocked President Joe Biden on Friday, quoting his declaration, “America is back,” in a headline about his decision to bomb Syria on Thursday evening.

Biden made the remark in a speech about foreign policy in early February, in which he vowed to limit American military engagement.

“And they know when you speak, you speak for me,” Biden told diplomats at the State Department. “And so — so is the message I want the world to hear today: America is back. America is back. Diplomacy is back at the center of our foreign policy.”

On Thursday, 36 days into his presidency, Biden took unilateral action in Syria, ordering what the Pentagon dubbed a “defensive precision strike” on members of the Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF), a legal wing of the Iraqi armed forces.

Feb 26 10:31

Secretly, Biden's Foreign Policies Are Trump's Foreign Policies

Biden’s foreign policies are putting Democratic Party lipstick onto the Republican Party’s pig. That’s his 'change', on US foreign policies. Though President Joe Biden is publicly critical of Trump’s foreign policies, he’s continuing almost all of them and is changing only minor ones. The changes are almost entirely in rhetoric, not in actual policies, as will be documented here.

Feb 26 10:21

As Jen Psaki Is Learning, Dems Did Not Think Strategy Through When Accusing Trump Years Ago

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki on Wednesday was forced once again to fend off questions about how the Biden administration’s detention camps for child immigrants differ from those that Democrats including President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris decried during the Trump administration.

Psaki was asked how she felt about the widely adopted term “kids in containers” — as opposed to the Trump-era “kids in cages” — for the Biden administration centers while saying she couldn’t comment on progressive Democrat Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez rebuking the reopening of the detention facilities.

“I think the difficulty is, I haven’t seen the full context of the quote or interview — of the tweet that was, that she shared,” Psaki spoke of the New York Democrat’s criticism.

Feb 26 08:17

Wage war: Biden blasted for picking a fight in Syria, letting minimum wage slide at home

Progressives are feeling shafted by Joe Biden, after the president shied away from fighting the Senate for a minimum wage hike, but launched missiles at Syria.

The Democrats’ proposed $15 national minimum wage increase cannot be included in President Biden's $1.9 trillion Covid-19 stimulus bill, Senate Parliamentarian Elizabeth MacDonough ruled on Thursday. MacDonough, a Democrat who serves as a referee of sorts in the upper house, declared that the bill does not fall under budget rules, and as such cannot be passed with a simple majority, unlike the rest of the stimulus package.

Feb 26 08:13

‘The war machine is back’: Biden reminded of previous criticism of Trump’s ‘escalation’ in Syria after he orders new strike

President Joe Biden drew praise from hawks and accusations of hypocrisy from critics after he authorized a reprisal airstrike on Syria, claiming that by bombing “Iran-backed militia” infrastructure, he is deescalating tensions.

The Biden administration, which has publicly stated its intention to return to the 2015 Iran nuclear deal and back away from its predecessor’s war-mongering approach, has been panned for seemingly following in Donald Trump’s footsteps on Thursday with an airstrike on Syria.

Feb 26 08:09

Crises go unresolved, but for Team Biden, virtue signaling is top priority as it WOKIFIES Washington’s lexicon

History is written by the victors, as Winston Churchill said, and President Joe Biden's administration is busy not only fictionalizing the past, but also changing the language of government to revise reality in real time.

Other priorities – such as providing promised economic relief from the Covid-19 pandemic or otherwise doing anything that actually helps anyone on Main Street – haven't gone so well, but fear not: The White House website finally has the decency to inquire about your preferred pronouns on its contact form.

Feb 26 08:06

Biden and Jen Psaki are accused of hypocrisy after old tweets slamming Trump's Middle East air strikes resurface following Syria bombing raid that 'killed 22'

Joe Biden and his press chief have been accused of hypocrisy after old tweets slamming the Trump administration's Middle East air strikes resurfaced following last night's bombing raid on Syria.

The US dropped seven 500-pound precision-guided bombs in a Biden-directed bombardment that reportedly killed 22 Iran-backed militants smuggling weapons at a border crossing with Iraq.

That ferocity of the attack has drawn accusations of double standards because Biden previously referred to Donald Trump as 'erratic' and 'impulsive' for threatening to bomb Iran, while press secretary Jen Psaki questioned the legality of attacking Syria.

Feb 26 07:42

US Brings Israel into CENTCOM, The US Military’s Command in the Middle East

he move formalizes regular military exercises among the US, Israel and Arab states, which is “crucial for developing effective theater missile defenses, as well as boosting readiness and interoperability in cyber, counterterrorism, special operations, and maritime security.”

Though the move will take some time to go into effect, the Pentagon’s recent decision to relocate Israel to the area of responsibility (AOR) of the US military’s Central Command (CENTCOM, which operates in the Middle East) is a direct operational reflection of the Abraham Accords, in which Israel normalized relations with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, with Saudi support.

The head of CENTCOM, General Kenneth F. McKenzie, recently told the Middle East Institute,

“We do a lot of business with Israel now just as a practical matter of fact because their threats generally emanate from the east. In a certain way, this is just a natural recognition of that at the operational level.”

Feb 26 07:41

Nearly 800 Organizations and Individuals in the U.S. Demand the Biden Administration End Its Support for the Brutal Moïse Regime in Haiti

Today, February 24, 72 organizations and 700 individuals published an open letter calling for the Biden administration to end its illegal and destructive intervention in Haiti. While Joe Biden and the Democrats condemned the Trump forces for not respecting the results of the U.S. election, they are supporting Jovenel Moïse’s refusal to leave office after his term as president ended on February 7, 2021. Moïse has unleashed violent gangs, the police and the military against protesters who are demanding that he respect the Constitution and step down.

Feb 26 07:38

The Biden administration’s dangerous and racist BREATHE Act

I just caught up with Y.G. Nyghtstorm’s discussion of the BREATHE Act, the centerpiece of BLM’s hard pressure on the American political scene. It’s ostensibly about limiting police brutality, but it actually pushes a comprehensive social agenda. This agenda will not only be hugely damaging to civil society but it’s also terribly racist in its approach to the Black community.

The BREATHE Act, obviously, is a reference to the fact that George Floyd couldn’t breathe while in police custody. The Act ignores the fact that Floyd’s problem wasn’t that the police suffocated him (they acted in complete accordance with guidelines for dealing with people suffering from drug-induced excited delirium) but that he was rapidly dying from a self-induced fentanyl overdose. Instead, as Nyghtstorm explains, “While it’s been presented as a civil rights bill to address police brutality, the BREATHE Act would actually impose a new, 21st-century segregation on society.”

Feb 25 13:19

Biden’s Journey: Change Is Imperceptible

Biden has been a major disappointment for those who hoped that he’d change course regarding America’s pathological involvement in overseas conflicts.

The new White House Team has been in place for more than a month and it is perhaps time to consider where it is going with America’s fractured foreign policy. To be sure, when a new administration brings in a bunch of “old hands” who made their bones by attacking Syria and Libya while also assassinating American citizens by drone one might hope that those mistakes might have served as valuable “lessons learned.” Or maybe not, since no one in the Democratic Party ever mentions the Libya fiasco and President Joe Biden has already made it clear that Syria will continue to be targeted with sanctions as well as with American soldiers based on its soil. And no one will be leaving Afghanistan any time soon. The Biden team will only let up when Afghanistan is “secure” and there is regime change in Damascus.

Feb 25 13:16

A State of Chaos:  Biden’s Rule by Authoritarian Decree

by Congressman Paul Gosar

Since being installed on January 20th, Mr. Biden has ruthlessly governed by executive order, signing a flurry of directives, tripling the number of executive orders his predecessors had at this same point in their presidencies. One of the more egregious executive orders is Biden’s reckless rollback of a number of common-sense immigration reforms enacted under the prudent path established by the Trump Administration. All nations protect their sovereignty and borders, and President Trump enacted common sense reforms to ensure the integrity of our borders and the safety of the people. Unfortunately, Biden has reverted to the failed Obama policies of open borders—open for crime, open for drugs, open for human trafficking and open to harm every town in America.

Feb 25 12:14

President Biden Says the Experimental Coronavirus Vaccines Are Safe. The Vaccines’ Fact Sheets Say Something Very Different.

Via a Monday Twitter post, President Joe Biden made an unqualified assertion that the experimental coronavirus vaccines, which are not even vaccines under the normal meaning of vaccines, the United States government is encouraging Americans to take are “safe” for everyone. However, taking a look through the fact sheets for recipients and caregivers regarding the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna experimental coronavirus vaccines, available at the website of the US government’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, you find a very different representation.

Feb 25 07:57

How do you do, fellow kids? Biden White House leaves followers baffled after tweeting out-of-touch meme with Canadian PM

The Biden administration has taken a popular meme and mutilated it, leaving what appears to be praise for Canada’s Justin Trudeau but which was hard to understand either way.

Biden’s White House Twitter account posted two images in a row captioned “How it started. How it’s going” on Wednesday. The first showed Biden and Trudeau walking side by side down a hallway lined with flags, apparently from Biden's term as Vice President under Barack Obama. The second featured a large screen on which Trudeau was projected, with Biden turned towards it, seemingly in mid-speech, clearly taken during the pandemic.

Feb 25 07:49

'Biological males are taking our medals': Female track stars' fury after Biden withdraws government from lawsuit to stop transgender athletes competing in high school sports

A Connecticut high school track athlete said she was 'disappointed' after President Joe Biden's Justice Department withdrew from a lawsuit aiming to prevent transgender athletes from competing in girls' high school sports.

Alanna Smith, who filed the lawsuit with fellow athletes Selina Soule and Chelsea Mitchell, appeared on Fox News with her lawyer to say girls have 'missed out' on placing on awards podiums after competing against 'biological males.'

'I ran against the biological males at the New England meet because in the 200 meter I took third place when I should have gotten runner up,' Smith told the outlet.

Feb 25 07:49

As The Democrats Turn: The Squad Is Ramping Up Their Attacks On Biden 'Detention Camps'

Members of "the Squad," a group of the radical-left House members, lashed at the Biden administration for reestablishing a child migrant facility this week.

The buildings, located in Carrizo Springs, Texas, reopened on Monday as dozens of teenagers boarded vans to go there, according to the Washington Post. It is reactivated to contain up to 700 teenagers aged 13-17 as the coronavirus pandemic has urged other facilities to limit their capacity.

"This is not okay, never has been okay, never will be okay - no matter the administration or party," Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said on social media. "Our immigration system is built on a carceral framework. It’s no accident that challenging how we approach both these issues are considered 'controversial' stances. They require reimagining our relationship to each other and challenging common assumptions we take for granted."

Feb 25 07:28

Media Silent as Biden Illegally Holds Unaccompanied Migrant Children, Says Border Patrol Union

The mainstream media is being silent as the Biden administration holds unaccompanied migrant children in Border Patrol custody longer than legally allowed, the head of the Border Patrol union stated. The minors are being held in the same “cages” the media and Democrat politicians loudly criticized the Trump administration for.

National Border Patrol Council President Brandon Judd told Breitbart Texas that as of Monday, Border Patrol officials held more than 800 Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC) in custody. Despite the legal requirement to release the children to other federal agencies within 72 hours, more than 212 remained in custody longer than the legal limit.

Feb 25 07:20

BUTTERFLY EFFECT: THE MIDDLE EAST BOMB BIDEN MUST DEFUSE

The complexities of the Middle East have been knotty for decades. Dealing with them becomes even tougher when the characters involved are particularly naughty.

As President-elect Joe Biden prepares to take charge in January, he’s staring at a tinderbox in the Middle East with a fuse that’s shorter than ever before, and with sparks flying everywhere. It will present Biden with his most challenging foreign policy test — one that he cannot fail if an all-out conflict in the region is to be avoided.

Much of the focus in the Middle East in recent days has — understandably — been on the escalating tensions following the assassination of Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, which Tehran has blamed on Israel. But look carefully and it’s just one symptom of a complex set of equations that Biden will inherit, and it’s more troublesome than anything his predecessors have had to deal with in decades.

Feb 24 11:43

NOT MENTALLY FIT: 36 Democrats Demand Biden Give Up Nuclear Codes

Say, Why Are House Dems Calling On Biden To Give Up Full Control Of Nuclear Weapons?

Which answer do you want first — the fun answer, or the better answer? Let’s start off with the fun answer, but first, let’s specify precisely what House Democrats want from Joe Biden. A letter signed by three dozen of his party’s caucus urges the new president to relinquish full control over the country’s nuclear weapons in favor of a committee approach…

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