It took a while, but I finally found someone who’s keeping a list of Joe Biden’s lies. Biden recently made this claim:
Look, the only pandemic we have is among the unvaccinated.
Joe Biden’s administration announced recently that the border with Mexico is “closed,” which is news to most Americans who are incensed about the thousands of illegal aliens who pour over the border every day. Continue reading
The Democrats are going to meet today to decide on impeaching President Trump, with a statement by House Speaker Pelosi to follow.
Impeachment. Not over the Russian collusion/obstruction fiasco but, this time, over a “whistleblower” complaint that is based upon hearsay. A complaint that nobody in Congress has even seen. A complaint that has already been determined by Department of Justice lawyers to not fall under the law concerning intelligence community whistleblowers, simply because the person who made the complaint is not complaining about anyone within the intelligence community and the person the complaint allegedly concerns is not under the purview of the intelligence community.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders forced to leave a restaurant because she works for President Trump. DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen harassed at a restaurant and harassed at her home by “protesters” because she’s enforcing our immigration laws and, by so doing, protecting our country.
Today there is little joy in Magaville, as President Donald J. Trump signs the RINO/Democrat $1.3 trillion “omnibus” spending bill. (Yes. Trillion!)
Puzzlement, maybe, at best. A sense of betrayal. There’s that, too. What exactly is or was he thinking?
The canard that “whites” will soon no longer be the majority racial category in this country has become almost a “known known.” Whites currently comprise nearly 77% of the population, but because progressives have a vested interest in dividing the population along racial and ethnic lines, the Obama administration played games with statistics to ensure that whites become a minority as soon as possible.
What is appropriate behavior for a president? That topic is much in the news lately. Consider these excerpts from a most-excellent article by Victor Davis Hanson, on the topic of President Trump’s tweets: [emphasis added to quotes]
Start with the given that there are now regrettably few accepted norms of presidential behavior. Trump’s occasional uncouthness is a symptom, not a catalyst, of the times. Bill Clinton redefined presidential behavior when he had sexual relations with a 22-year-old, unpaid intern (so much for power imbalances as sexual harassment) in the presidential bathroom off the Oval Office, lied about his recklessness to his family and the country, smeared Monica Lewinsky, and then wheeled out to the Rose Garden feminist cabinet officers like Madeline Albright and Donna Shalala to deny and defend his unsavory predatory behavior. After that sordid episode, the apologetic Left lost all credibility as an arbiter of presidential norms. …