January 26, 2021

Underground news in Communist China:

Steven Schueler

With the 2020 election over, American Medical Association approved the use of hydroxychloroqu

ine for COVID 19 treatment.
President Trump has not been president for two days. And the mainstream media and so many people are acting like he never existed.
President Biden pushed "Buy American” campaign to boost industrial strength.
Dr. Yan tweeted: The term "Unrestricted Bioweapon” comes from redefining the core of SARA-CoV-2 on the premise of the bioweapon from China’s Academy of Military Medical Sciences. People should also pay attention to its related term "Unrestricted Biowarfare”.
Chinese experts say the anal swab tests could increase the detection rate of Covid19 to a certain extent.
As the pandemic expands in Shanghai, Renji Hospital, the Cancer Hospital and some streets and neighborhoods in Huangpu district were shutdown.

Tim adds:

"Chinese experts say the anal swab tests could increase the detection rate of Covid19 to a certain extent." Anal swab test? That sounds about right; theyve been putting it to us for the last year now anyway. I can see anal swabs coming to America any time now.

 

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January 25, 2021

The Envirommental Impact of Keystone XL

Timothy Birdnow

Willis Eschenbach complained of being suspended on Facebook for posting a meme with Kathy Griffin holding Biden's severed head. A liberal chimed in to complain:

Roger Scott:

Kathy Griffin’s stunt was in poor taste and sabotaged her career. It may also have placed her on FB jail for all we know.

With respect to your post, two wrongs do not make a right.

Regarding Keystone, the jobs were maybe 10,000 temporary gig jobs. But the pipeline has already caused environment a d likely would have resulted in more not to mention the discretion of Native American land.

Eduardo Ferreyra rebuts:

Roger Scott regarding your potential prophecy about Keystone environmental damage needs hard factual information. The net result until now is that Warren Buffet is getting a lot of money as oil companies began shipping oil by Buffet's railroad network.

Roger fires back:
https://amp.argusleader.com/amp/4243581001

Willis adds:

Roger Scott It seems you missed this part of the link you posted:

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"The proposed new Keystone XL Pipeline would run through the state diagonally from the northwestern corner to Tripp County in south central South Dakota. The pipeline doesn’t run directly through any reservations in the state, though it borders the Cheyenne River Reservation on the south and Pine Ridge and Rosebud reservations on the north."
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DOESN'T RUN THROUGH ANY RESERVATIONS!!!

Roger, you gotta learn that not everybody whining has something to whine about.

Daniel Bryce adds:

The tribal leaders that are against pipelines are either complicit or ignorant.

Question: what will be the environmental impact of shipping that oil over the mountains to the Pacific Ocean and then shipping it to China, While simultaneously drilling for oil in the Middle East, and shipping it to the US?

What’s the environmental impact of the wars that will now be found in the Middle East so that the US can have their oil?

You realize that’s the alternative do you not?

I retorted:


Of the 10 worst oil spills in history only
https://www.britannica.com/list/9-of-the-biggest-oil-spills-in-history

The sixth largest was the Kolva River spill when a corroded pipeline burst in the Russian Arctic in 1994.

The fifth largest was the Mingulak spill in Uzbekistan in 1992

Other than those two the top ten were all either oil tankers or offshore drilling platforms (or the spill intentionally caused during the Gulf War). Oil pipelines are safer than tankers, certainly, and trains as well.

Just back in December a train carrying oil derailed and caught fire. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/bnsf-train-carrying-crude-oil-derails-catches-fire-in-washington-state-near-canadian-border/ar-BB1c9zRz?fbclid=IwAR1Ilg-mA_Z_geMpQOouNhIp4EpEBZwE63iL-_22mIVljcT7a2TBsacTa1w&c=1076960156441257251&mkt=en-us

This is not about the environment. It is about limiting American oil so we have to buy from overseas - and are thus under the influence of oil producing nations and international regulatory bodies. It's internationalism dresses in a green gown. And it is intended to make us live a more austere lifestyle. After all, who are WE to live better than everyone else! That is the thinking of many in the environmental movement.

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January 24, 2021

Light Blogging for next day or so

Timothy Birdnow

Blogging will be light to nil for the next couple of days; I, the editor in chief and all around good egg, am very busy and will be pretty much tied up. Please be patient and check back in a couple of days. Dana is busy too, but Jack may be able to keep you company.

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Biden: Look For the Union Layoff

Jack Kemp

Joe Biden has decided to support his environmentalist voters by stopping the Keystone Pipeline project that will result in up to 10,000 UNION jobs lost in Wisconsin - and elsewhere (like Louisiana).

In somewhat disputed voting totals, Wisconsin voted for Joe Biden for President. Here is his gratitude. Joe Biden might say the Wisconsin voters should "learn to code," but one could argue that they should first learn to think. Wisconsin has a Democrat Governor and was the site of a Democrat riot that took over the State Capitol back around 2011, documented here.

In a telling video on Youtube, Republican officials and laid off Wisconsin Union workers told of the damage done by Biden's brash withdrawal of the Keystone Pipeline permit. Near the end, starting at the 9 min. mark, a "liberal" journalist says that maybe the oil workers can work on solar energy projects. At the 11:55 mark, he gets refuted by a GOP official who asks him if he lost his big city newspaper job, would he be so happy if he lost most of his pay and had to work on a small town newspaper in Auclair for a good deal less pay.

Another state that voted for Biden, New Mexico, had their federal drilling permits pulled - and the oil companies can easily move three miles away, over the state border to Texas, and not have these problems. Townhall.com reports the companies move would cost New Mexico 100,000 jobs. Once again, Biden awards the college faculty lounge class at the expense of American workers, mostly or entirely union workers. Maybe Biden should have run for the Presidency of the Harvard or U. of Delaware Faculty Lounge.

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Biden: Look For the Union Layoff

Jack Kemp

Joe Biden has decided to support his environmentalist voters by stopping the Keystone Pipeline project that will result in up to 10,000 UNION jobs lost in Wisconsin - and elsewhere (like Louisiana).

In somewhat disputed voting totals, Wisconsin voted for Joe Biden for President. Here is his gratitude. Joe Biden might say the Wisconsin voters should "learn to code," but one could argue that they should first learn to think. Wisconsin has a Democrat Governor and was the site of a Democrat riot that took over the State Capitol back around 2011, documented here.

In a telling video on Youtube, Republican officials and laid off Wisconsin Union workers told of the damage done by Biden's brash withdrawal of the Keystone Pipeline permit. Near the end, starting at the 9 min. mark, a "liberal" journalist says that maybe the oil workers can work on solar energy projects. At the 11:55 mark, he gets refuted by a GOP official who asks him if he lost his big city newspaper job, would he be so happy if he lost most of his pay and had to work on a small town newspaper in Auclair for a good deal less pay.

Another state that voted for Biden, New Mexico, had their federal drilling permits pulled - and the oil companies can easily move three miles away, over the state border to Texas, and not have these problems. Townhall.com reports the companies move would cost New Mexico 100,000 jobs. Once again, Biden awards the college faculty lounge class at the expense of American workers, mostly or entirely union workers. Maybe Biden should have run for the Presidency of the Harvard or U. of Delaware Faculty Lounge.

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January 22, 2021

Biden's War on Speech

Selwyn Duke

My latest.

Excerpt:

Since discovering a white supremacist is a bit like finding a unicorn, you might have figured that you’d never actually met one. But according to today’s Left, you probably did if you’re a patriot — when you looked in the mirror.

This is relevant since Joe Biden vowed during his inauguration speech to wage war on white supremacy. "A cry for racial justice some 400 years in the making moves us,” he said while claiming he could "heal” a fatally divided nation. "A cry that can’t be any more desperate or any more clear. And now [there’s] a rise of political extremism, white supremacy, domestic terrorism that we must confront and we will defeat.”

The problem is that as with "racist,” "hero,” "boy” and so many other terms, "white supremacist’s” definition get’s broader all the time.

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Third Party

Timothy Birdnow

I just heard Rush Limbaugh disparage the idea of going third party again.

Albert Einstein put it best; "insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result". Rush is a genius, no doubt, but he's stuck in the past at this point - at least in this regard.

I've always thought going third party was foolish, but it has become clear both parties are flip sides of the same coin and I am not insane. Supporting the GOP just to give them numbers is a suckers game. That is what McConnell and the other RINO'S are counting on. But it serves no purpose at this point; we now see the political process is stacked against us. Our opinion does not matter, and the powers that be will not let us use our voices.

So, go to Hell fast or slow? Either way we wind up in the 'tarnal flames.

So why not at least try to create a new party? At this point there is nothing to lose.

Roy W. Spencer disagrees to a point:

I'm still 'generally' open to the idea, but try to think through what happens next. How will you even have as many people as the Democrat party? You won't get all of the Republicans... maybe half. Where are the others going to come from? The Libertarians already know what this is like. I'm open to alternative views.

Tim replies:

Roy W. Spencer I agree, and it's why I've never advocated this before. I've always believed in trying to hold on and stop the Demoleft. But I fear at this point the GOP has no interest in fighting, only in slowing the rush to socialism a bit. We should still support Republicans if they deserve it - like Josh Hawley or Ted Cruz, for example. But my other Senator is Roy Blunt, and I'm not going to vote for him the next time he's up. will it cost us? Quite probably, but we have to take action now, not hope for some in a generation. I'd rather go down swinging than die hiding under my bed. I am convinced the Republicans are unreformable at this point. I agree; it will be HARD to create a base for a third party. America is a two party nation, and that comes from the way we do elections. The Federal system and electoral college make third parties problematic. BUT we've had them in the past. Certainly the GOP was a third party (well, the Whigs had fallen apart) which succeeded. It is my hope that the Conservatives walk out of the GOP and that party then withers away. I know it's a long shot, but otherwise we continue something that has been shown to be a spectacular failure, following the GOP. The RINO wing hates us as much as the Democrats. It's time for a divorce. And as Saul Alinsky said "if you push a negative long and hard enough it can break through and become a positive". What might start off as a pitiful third party could possibly grow when people see they actually mean to keep their promises. Trump was essentially a third party candidate who ran as a Republican. There are a LOT of disaffected Trump voters. And I wonder if the Democratic coalition can hold together if the GOP splinters; their primary impetus, the fear of Republicans and their negative branding, will be gone and the natural animosities of the Left will splinter them as well. I'm not saying it will work for certain, and in fact I rather suspect it will not, but what does allegiance to the GOP do for us at this point? Had the Republicans fought for Trump at any time he would have won. They engineered his defeat (well, apparent defeat) as much as the Democrats and media. If nothing else they did not move his agenda forward, and they did not resist when the Democrats attacked the President. That's a minimum. At this point I don't think it matters if we stick with the GOP or not. I at least plan to vote my conscience over supporting the party because they have an R behind their names.

I think we need to work it the way they operate with the Conservative Party in New York; it's a tool to keep the GOP honest. They only run candidates when the GOP drops the ball. Perhaps we can do something comparable? I agree; we need to think this through and come up with a solid battle plan.

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House Asks FBI to go after Parler

Timothy Birdnow

The House Oversight Committee is demanding the FBI go after Parler for facilitating free speech.

From the article:

In a three-page letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray, whom PresidentJoe Biden plans to keep in that leadership role, the Oversight Committee said the bureau should investigate the pro-Donald Trumpplatform "as a potential facilitator of planning and incitement related to the violence, as a repository of key evidence posted by users on its site, and as a potential conduit for foreign governments who may be financing civil unrest in the United States.”

Citing to a series of news reports and charging documents of accused riot participants, Committee Chairwoman Carolyn Maloney(D-N.Y.) said there was ample evidence suggesting that the violence at the Capitol was planned on Parler in the days and weeks leading up to the attempted insurrection.

Attacking free speech and going after those who disagree with your political opinions is the hallmark of tyrants. That the Democrats want to use the force of law to destroy an entity that simply gives people the ability to communicate (and not censor them in favor of liberal opinions as Facebook does) is unprecedented in America. This looks more and more like the old Soviet Union every day.

There was nothing said when Antifa and Black Lives Matter were organizing on Facebook and via Twitter. Strange.

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Biden's Show Inaugural

Timothy Birdnow

See, they wanted us to see all those troops garrisoning the Capital so we knew we faced immense power if we decided to resist them. It's their version of a military parade.

"Resistance is futile!"

I Watched Biden's Inauguration First-Hand

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Long Term Smear Project

Timothy Birdnow

For those who are surprised that the media and the Demoleft are calling conservatives terrorists and insurrectionists, I would like to point out they've been doing it at least since 2009. See my AT article. 

This has been a project long in the works; it justifies suppressing dissent through force of law. We are slipping into Soviet territory now. And STILL they ignore the rioting and looting on their own side! The DNC was looted in Portland just recently, despite high alert in case of "right wing terrorism" in state capitals (none of which happened as it never does.)

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Guardsman Forced to Sleep in Garage

Timothy Birdow

Screwless Joe Biden and the Democrats add insult to injury in their shabby treatment of the National Guard they called in.

Photos of Guard members sleeping on the marble floors of the Capitol quickly went viral -- until they later received cots. Then on Thursday came another insult: According to reports, the Guard members were abruptly told to take their break time inside a parking garage instead of inside the Capitol.

As spectators were largely banned and nobody wanted to see the decrepit dope anyway, why were these Guardsman even needed? Biden could have held a small private ceremony in the White House rather than bring in an army to guard against - nothing.

But Democrats always love to insult America's guardians, be they civilian police or military men.

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They Don't Want the Truth to come Out

Timothy Birdnow

This is how it's done folks:

Famed Tech Inventor Shows Georgia Senate How Ballots Were Counterfeited and How to Detect Them (video)[/kink]

Digital ID systems inventor Jovan Pulitzer testified at a Georgia State Senate subcommittee hearing on Dec. 30, 2020.

Pulitzer suggested all absentee ballots in the state of Georgia be forensically examined and fraudulent ones identified in just a matter of hours. He called on state officials to allow the examination.

One of the county’s polling managers previously told state lawmakers that she opened a box of mail-in ballots with a batch of 110 that were "pristine” and not folded, indicating that they were never put in secrecy envelopes, as is required.

Pulitzer said that he and his team can detect if that’s the case.

Security camera footage from election night shows that in Fulton County, what appears to be tens of thousands of ballots were counted in the absence of party or state monitors. The video seems to show that election workers scanned the same batches of ballots repeatedly. This could be a legitimate action when there’s a scanning error in the batch, such as when the ballots get jammed in the scanner.

In that scenario, the workers are supposed to discard the whole batch of scans and scan the ballots again, but the video quality makes it hard to discern if that was the case in each instance.

Pulitzer said that he and his team could detect if that was the case as well.

"We would be able to tell if they were folded, if they were counterfeit, whether they were filled out by a human hand, whether they were printed by a machine, whether they were batch-fed continually over and over, we can detect every bit of that,” he testified.

The ballot paper itself, when scanned, becomes a piece of code, he explained. Every time the paper is physically handled, such as folded or written upon, the code would change and the change can be detected.

The examination he proposed can be done expediently, he said.

"All of these problems that you’ve heard today can be corrected and detected now by the simplest of things. It takes you days or weeks to recount votes. Give me these 500,000 ballots, we’ll have them done in two hours,” he said, apparently referring to the 528,777 ballots cast in Fulton.

About 5 million ballots were cast statewide.

Pulitzer criticized state authorities for refusing to allow a full-scale forensic audit.

"This is the historical artifact of a voter. And states are telling voters, ‘You have no right to that,’” he said.

So why not examine these ballots? Anybody?

Nobody dares do it because they don't want the truth to come out.


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McConnell Wants February Impeachment Trial

Timothy Birdnow

Rampaging RINO Mitch McConnell (who has been in Must ever since he married his China doll Elaine Chou) is proposing a Senate trial for Donald Trump's impeachment in February.

From Breitbart:

CBS News reports:

This would give impeachment managers and Mr. Trump’s defense at least a week to prepare. McConnell floated the proposal to GOP senators on a caucus conference call Thursday. It’s not yet clear what date in February McConnell is proposing. He had already said he would not take up a trial immediately after the House impeached Mr. Trump, and Democrats now control the Senate. […]The House has yet to send the singlearticle of impeachment for incitement of insurrectionto the Senate.

The report comes after McConnell accused Trump of stoking the recent riot at the U.S. Capitol, in which five people died, including a police officer. "The mob was fed lies. They were provoked by the president and other powerful people, and they tried to use fear and violence to stop a specific proceeding … which they did not like,” McConnell said in a Senate floor speech. "But we pressed on. We stood together and said an angry mob would not get veto power over the rule of law in our nation.”

McConnell has said that he has not decided on how he will vote in the upcoming trial, though some reports indicate that he may have trouble holding on to his long-held leadership post if he opts to convict former President Trump.

Now Trump gave McConnell's wife the job of Transportation Secretary, largely to buy good will from the duplicitous double chinned dork. Fat lot of good it did; McConnell has always been an opponent of the President. He failed to even attempt to move any of Trump's agenda forward. He often kept the Senate in session while allowing Senators to go home so Trump could not make any recess appointments, keeping the President's administration understaffed at all times. He never backed the President when it was needed.

And it was McConnell who cost the Republicans the Senate seat in Alabama. McConnell helped promote Roy Moore early on as a way to split the conservative vote; he favored RINO Luther Strange over Mo Brooks, and helped Moore so as to eliminate Brooks. When Moore won I suspect it was McConnell who helped turn up those girls to accuse Moore (who had been a major player in Alabama for decades) and McConnell said he wouldn't seat Moore if he won. The end result was a lost Senate seat.

McConnell had done this before against Tea Party candidate Chris McDaniel in Mississippi, I might add.

And now McConnell thinks he can get back at Trump for his breach of etiquette in bypassing the GOP mandarins. And he figures he needs to show he is still on board with the Swamp.

And likely China wants this done. McConnell is up to his double chins in Yuan.

It's past time we take Mr. McConnell out of Washington and into early retirement. Maybe some time spent back in Kentucky will give him some perspective. Frankly, I'm for sending him to Baffin Island for some solitude, or if he prefers company he can go to the Federal penitentiary at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas.

He's a snake. It's past time we rid America of this dirtbag.



Frankly, I suspect McConnell was involved in the recent hanky panky in the elections; the GOP didn't really lose anything (except control of the Senate but that was a likely outcome as the GOP was defending twice as many seats). I think McConnell was working with the Democrats to stick it to the President.

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Where is All the Right Wing Violence

Warner Todd Huston

The media has been telling us for weeks that Inauguration Day was going to bring wide-spread violence not just in D.C. but in every state capital all at the hands of evil Trump supporters. There was nothing at all. Not a single thing. Not. Any. Where. And et, the media has just moved on as if they never said any of this. Who is out there to speak "truth" to the media's power?a

Tim Adds:

I saw on the news a man being interviewed who credited it with the troops in D.C. and elsewhere, claining "there would have been violence if we hadn't taken a firm hand". I guess that's the future; the iron boot to squash any conservative protest. Notice that Antifa looted the DNC headquarters in Portland, though; not much concern about THAT.

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'Go Hard' Covid-19 Politicians See Themselves As Saviours. But Many Destroy More Than They Save

James Doogue

In employing lock-downs, hard borders and other Covid-19 restrictions, our politicians and their advisers have one objective. They don't want to be blamed for a single Covid-19 death.

They claim public health and safety is paramount. But if that were so, they would take account of all the other impacts of their policies. Lost jobs, lost businesses, lost futures, lost hopes.

In the US adult population as a whole, the incidence of suicidal ideation typically hovers around 3.4 percent. But this new study reveals that in October, 36.9 percent of young adults had suicidal thoughts, compared to 32.2 percent in May in the wake of the first round of government lockdowns.

These new figures reinforce similarly dismal data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in August. The CDC found that one-quarter of young people ages 18-24 contemplated suicide in the previous month, in large part due to the pandemic and lockdowns.

Mounting evidence shows that pandemic-related lockdowns and restrictions have inflicted much more harm on younger people than the coronavirus itself. A newreportreveals that nearly half of 18 to 24 year-olds are "showing at least moderate depressive symptoms," and for many the depression is severe.

Researchers at Harvard, Northeastern, Rutgers, and Northwestern universities conducted eight large survey rounds across all US states from April through October, finding that young adults are increasingly having suicidal thoughts. In the US adult population as a whole, the incidence of suicidal ideation typically hovers around 3.4 percent. But this new study reveals that in October, 36.9 percent of young adults had suicidal thoughts, compared to 32.2 percent in May in the wake of the first round of government lockdowns.

These new figures reinforce similarly dismal data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in August. The CDC found that one-quarter of young people ages 18-24 contemplated suicide in the previous month, in large part due to the pandemic and lockdowns.

'In effect, what we’ve been doing is requiring young people to bear the burden of controlling a disease from which they face little to no risk,' said Dr. Jay Bhattacharya.

According to the new study, lockdowns and other pandemic policies have drastically upended the lives of most young adults. Only 20 percent of study participants said that they experienced little change since the pandemic began. Instead, just over half of the participants said that their school or university had closed, while 41 percent had to adapt to working from home, 28 percent experienced a pay cut, and 26 percent were laid off.

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The Purge has Begun

Timothy Birdnow

@JohnBrennan:

Biden intel community "are moving in laser-like fashion to try to uncover as much as they can about” the pro-Trump "insurgency” that harbors "religious extremists, authoritarians, fascists, bigots, racists, nativists, even libertarians”

The purge has begun. We warned you.

Hat tip: Steven Schueler

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Colleges Want End to China Investigations

Warner Todd Huston

Colleges Already Demanding Biden Stop Investigations Into Illegal Foreign Donations

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January 21, 2021

"Our President" Rams His Agenda Down Our Throats

Timothy Birdnow

Usurper Joe Biden gave his speech calling for unity and saying he would be everyone's President. But then what did he say?

He gave a long list of the things he intends to shove down the throats of those who didn't vote for him. No olive branch, no peace offering, not even the slightest suggestion he would moderate some of his actions. No; he has already killed the Keystone Pipeline, put us back in the Paris Accord (both of which will kill jobs and drive the price of gasoline through the roof).

Here are his plans:

"After being sworn in on Wednesday, Biden will rescind the travel ban on several majority-Muslim countries, rejoin the Paris climate accords, extend limits on student loan payments and evictions instituted during the pandemic and issue a mask mandate on federal properties and for interstate travel. Incoming White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain outlined the flurry of activity for Biden’s first 10 days in office in a memo to senior staff on Saturday."

End excerpt.

That travel ban was from countries in the throes of Jihadist revolution, so Biden doesn't care about our safety. The Paris accord will strangle our economy and drive energy prices through the roof, and his plan to continue the pause on student loan repayments and evictions is costing the economy real money and will hurt landlords who have mortgages to pay. And he's going to keep Americans bound and gagged.

But it continues:

"On Biden’s second day in office, he will sign executive actions focused on addressing the Covid-19 pandemic, including ways to help schools and businesses reopen safely, expand testing, protect workers and establish clearer public health standards. The next day, Biden will direct his Cabinet to work on delivering economic relief to families most affected by the crisis.

In subsequent days, Biden will expand "Buy America provisions,” take action to advance "equity and support communities of color,” begin to reform the criminal justice, expand access to healthcare and work toward reuniting families separated at the border. Klain did not specify what these actions would entail, but the memo follows Biden’s introduction this week of his legislative agenda, which includes a $1.9 trillion relief bill."

End excerpt.

So he's going to keep the closures and masking going in perpetuity. He's going to promote BLM rioters and empty the prisons, triggering a major crime wave. He's going to open the border and let millions of illegal aliens flood the country. He's going to reinstate "catch and release". He's going to bankrupt the country to boot.

In other words, Biden is going to cram his leftist agenda down America's unwilling throat. But he's going to be everyone's President, yessirree!

How is he going to do that pray tell? He has offered absolutely NO policies that a Conservative might back.

In other words he's a liar. But we already knew that. He's a cheat and a liar and a thug who will use the force of law to promote his power and the "remake America" into something unrecognizable and evil.

This man was not elected President; he usurped the office through massive vote theft. His promise to be President for all of us is just a ruse to get the half of the country who didn't vote for him to be quiet until he can muzzle us. It's really that simple.

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America the Vassal

This from Richard Cronin:

America was a Great Experiment while it lasted.

We are now a full vassal state to China. They own U.S. entertainment, the media, Washington (Dems & RINOS), socialist indoctrination from K to PhD, and burn coal with abandon as we have idiots thinking that Americans driving SUVs are changing the Climate.

Now with American farms and the oil patch devastated by the Communist Chinese Plandemic, Bill Gates and China are swooping in to buy it all up.

Hitler had to invade the Ukraine and Russia to get the farmlands and oil of the Caucuses. We just served it up for China.

Now that Hidin’ Biden has to meet all of his spending promises where will he cut ? The military, because they love Trump and revile Biden. Besides, the Squad never wanted a military.

History shows that your adversary takes the first opportunity to test the newcomer.

What will the Old Hair Sniffer and Kommissar Kamala do when China moves on Taiwan ?

Biden is perfect in the role of Neville Chamberlain.

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Fake Coronation News

From Frank Lasee

Contrast this with the reality that no one came to Biden’s inauguration except 25,000 national guardsmen. Fake news is earned again. Guardsmen that were no where to be found on Jan 6th when rioters where let into the Capitol.

A Locked Down Capitol Celebrates Biden's Inauguration and Trump's Departure

Tim adds:

Utterly disgraceful. I about fell out of my chair with this paragraph "Capitol Police Officer Eugene Goodman, the Black man who held off White rioters from entering the Senate chamber Jan. 6, escorted Vice President-elect

Kamala D. Harris to her seat." Can you imagine if they spoke about riots and said Black rioters? The dripping reverse racism is astonishing.

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