How far will the COVID “saviors” go to save us? How about arresting pregnant moms in their PJs, conducting warrantless searches, imposing harsh quarantines and 8-5 curfews, employing surveillance drones, dishing out exorbitant fines, setting up police roadblocks/checkpoints, smashing automobile windows and dragging occupants out of their vehicles, and much more?
Much of the public knows it, many foreign leaders know it, and Democrat insiders know it but dare not say it publicly: Joe Biden cannot function as president. And now chief White House doctor to ex-president Barack Obama has essentially said as much, stating that the presumptive Democratic nominee is “just lost.”
What do you do if you’re just peacefully shopping, when, all of a sudden, a couple of crazed, mask-wearing shoppers start screaming at you, get in your face, threaten, and assault you? That’s precisely what happened to Jeriah and Landyn Dickinson at the Walmart in Post Falls, Idaho. The two teen brothers were minding their own business when they were accosted by an hysterical mask-wearing women who called them “terrorists” for not wearing face masks. The middle-aged woman, supported by a mask-wearing man (presumably her husband) became totally unhinged and can be seen charging around the store like a mad elephant, pointing at the boys and yelling to other shoppers and Walmart employees that she had found these dangerous violators of the COVID mask mandate.
In 2020, it’s definitely not “OK to be White” at the Democratic National Convention. A draft of the DNC’s 2020 Democratic Party Platform obtained by Politico shows a frequent focus on racial issues, with language that repeatedly accuses whites in America of benefiting unfairly from society at the expense of minorities.
“If Joe Biden is elected, he will surrender your country to the mob,” President Donald Trump told an enthusiastic crowd inside Tulsa’s Bank of Oklahoma Center Saturday night, indicating that Trump intends to make Biden either repudiate the violence that has enveloped America’s cities, from Seattle to New York City, or embrace it.
On April 24, former First Lady Michelle Obama released two public-service announcements urging African-Americans to stay home in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19. “Our communities are among the hardest-hit by the coronavirus, and we’ve got to do everything we can to keep each other safe,” she said in one PSA. “And that means staying home because even if we are not showing any symptoms, we can still spread the virus to others. Let’s keep each other safe by just staying home.”
Mexico’s President Andrés Manuel López Obrador called for an investigation on Friday into the American government’s gun-running operation — nicknamed Fast and Furious — that took place during the Barack Obama administration, which Obrador said violated his country’s national sovereignty and led to the deaths of hundreds of Mexicans at the hands or those weapons.
“A lie can get halfway around the world while the Truth is putting its boots on,” goes the apocryphal saying. This was proven by the media, again, late last week when “activists falsely claimed that Trump ‘urged Americans to inject themselves with disinfectant’ and ‘told people to drink bleach,’” as the Daily Wire relates it, to combat the Wuhan virus.
Following the announcement that 23 oil-producing nations had formally agreed to cut world production of crude oil by 10 percent, Daniel Yergin, energy expert, author, and vice-chairman at IHS Markit, said this of President Trump: “Of all the deals he’s done in his life, this has to be the biggest and most complex. He had to be not only dealmaker but also divorce mediator.”
A day after securing chief rival Bernie Sanders’ endorsement, presumptive Democrat nominee Joe Biden has landed an even bigger seal of approval as former President Barack Obama threw his support behind his former vice-president. In an almost 12-minute video released Tuesday, Obama officially endorsed Biden in his run for president of the United States.
William Kristol and his band of NeverTrumpers at The Bulwark, an online site, are gleefully celebrating Joe Biden’s Super Tuesday victories over Bernie Sanders. Some of them would even vote for Biden (or China's Xi Jinpeng) over Donald Trump. Undoubtedly, some of them would even vote for Bernie over Trump — except that it would be harder to explain their voting rationale and resume their undeserved positions as “conservative” thought leaders any time in the near future. Cheering for Biden, though, can be played by the neocons as both anti-Trump and anti-Bernie.
While immigrationists have long maintained that “walls don’t work,” their real gripe might be that they do. This is perhaps why presidential candidate Bernie Sanders expressed willingness to tear existing border barriers down, and it’s certainly why the acting CBP commissioner was just able to report that a new border wall section has drastically cut illegal migration.
Just before she sentenced longtime GOP operative Roger Stone to 40 months in prison for obstruction, witness tampering, and lying to Congress, U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson unbosomed herself of a jeremiad to remind everyone that Stone and President Trump threaten the very foundation of the Republic.
The new Hulu docuseries about Hillary Clinton and the 2016 presidential campaign — entitled Hillary — premiered on Saturday at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. Unsurprisingly, the four-part series, which is set to be released to the public on March 6, is said to be a non-critical look at Clinton and the events surrounding the 2016 presidential election.
Fortunately, the recent attack on America’s embassy in Baghdad, Iraq, ended without loss of life that occurred in the Benghazi situation during the Obama administration and the humiliation of the Teheran hostage crisis during the presidency of Jimmy Carter. On Tuesday, about 6,000 pro-Iranian Shiite militia stormed the embassy, setting fires and chanting, "Death to America." They destroyed a reception area, smashed windows and sprayed graffiti on walls.
Considering that President Donald Trump has been quite vocal in his intentions to withdraw the United States from the Paris Climate agreement (which had been accepted as binding on the United States by then-President Barack Obama), speculation has it that he will now do so. According to the terms of the 2016 agreement — reached November 4 of that year — a nation could not pull out during the first three years.