Saturday, July 31, 2021

Biden's past lies resurfaced this week

The simple truth is, Biden is a serial, compulsive, chronic liar.  Many of his lies contain multiple lies.

 Joe Biden was kicked out of running for president for plagiarism! Apparently he hasn't learned, or worked, just made himself rich!:

American Thinker: ..."Some of President Biden's many past lies caught up to him this week.

Biden himself got it all rolling with his false claim on July 28 that at one time he drove a tractor-trailer.  The following day, Fox News and Tucker Carlson in particular developed that story and found several clips of Biden in February 2020 falsely claiming he'd gone to South Africa to meet Nelson Mandela and get himself arrested on Mandela's behalf, who was in jail at the time — for terrorist activities.

Tucker aired these following three clips:

1:02 — This lie was stated in February 2020 in South Carolina before the SC Primary. ... "I had the great honor of being arrested with our UN Ambassador, ah on the streets of Soweto, trying to get to see him, on Robben's Island."...

1:09 — This one also is from February 2020. ... "One of fo fun saintly guys, I ever knew, because I got arrested trying to see him, when I went down to South Africa.  Nelson Mandela." ... 

Mark Steyn and 'Tucker Carlson Tonight' host mock the president for claiming he drove an 18-wheeler and recount his other unbelievable tales.

OMG! THE most disturbing sign of Biden's senility yet

 Thomas Lifson  "This sort of behavior is straight out of the dayroom of a mental hospital.  Joe Biden may be a habitual liar and the head of a corrupt family selling influence to foreigners, but pity, not anger, and fear for the nation are the only feelings I have on seeing the following.

"First the president of the United States received a note from staffers informing him that he had something on his chin.  For some reason, he stared at the back of the note while the rest of the world read the words, "Sir, there is something on your chin.". . . 

Friday, July 30, 2021

California's recall is America's final warning

Mike Cargile  . . . "We the People.  The recall signature effort shocked the world just by forcing the vote to happen.  The establishment greatly underestimated how much Californians loathe this governor.  He's toast.  Damaged goods.  The challenge now is to mitigate his impact going forward.

But the California Republican Party (CAGOP) has no interest in seeing Gavin Newsom recalled.  They didn't support the recall effort until the eleventh hour and then basically used it as a fundraiser.  Minimal effort, maximum credit taken. 

"Realizing the inevitable, they positioned their de jure candidate early on in Kevin Faulconer and lined up all the right consultants to make sure the money would flow in the right direction.  And we're talking millions.  

"But then the unimaginable happened.  Larry Elder entered the race, and suddenly Faulconer is barely polling in the top five!  What is the CAGOP to do?  Aha!  New strategy — we will endorse Faulconer!  But since the CAGOP has no mechanism for a special recall endorsement, it decides to change the rules.  And that's exactly what the Republicans have done.  Rep. Kevin McCarthy's surrogate, Chairwoman Jessica Patterson, convened a "special session" of the Executive Committee to force an emergency amendment to the bylaws." . . .

Biden, At Mack Truck Facility, Brags He Drove 18-Wheeler

 Why would he do it? What conceivable kind of insecurity could drive him to make such a ridiculous and useless claim at this point in his life and career

Biden, At Mack Truck Facility, Brags He Drove 18-Wheeler

. . . "Even leftist Shaun King took aim at Biden for his history of prevaricating, saying in 2020, as the Washington Times reported:

Since the early 1970s, Joe Biden has been a serial liar … In 1987, when Joe Biden was running for president for the very first time, his campaign got swallowed up in a swarm of lies that [he] told about himself all over the country. First, Biden was caught plagiarizing a famous speech from, then, British Labor Party Leader Neil Kinnock — including parts of the speech that came straight from Kinnock’s personal life that were not true for Biden.

Then, he plagiarized yet another speech from the late Robert Kennedy and another from JFK and another from Hubert Humphrey … Soon, it was discovered that Biden had not just plagiarized those four speeches, but had lied about academic awards [that he never earned], lied about scholarships [that he never received], and lied about his ranking in law school [stating he graduated in the top half of his class when in fact he finished 76th out of 85]. . . .

The award-winning talents of Pelosi's cast of characters

A Capitol Police officer who's a BLM activist?   "Among the many weeping people paraded before the House on Tuesday to testify about how deeply traumatizing it was for conservatives, rather than the usual left-wing activists, to protest at the Capitol, was one Harry Dunn, a giant of a man who claimed that he was intensely traumatized by the fact that protesters called him the "N" word.  The horror of it all!  Except there's reason to believe that Dunn may have been lying.  There's no footage of this alleged racial outrage.  Additionally, it turns out that Dunn is a BLM activist, a Trump-hater, and a supporter of political violence — his political violence, not your free speech or protest.

"Leftists were incredibly affected by Officer Dunn's testimony.  As far as they were concerned, he proved that not only were the people at the Capitol on January 6 (who killed no one, looted nothing, and set no fires) the worst mob ever in the history of America, but they were racist." . . .

Congressmen weeping on television embarrass themselves and us  . . . "No matter how many medals appear on the chests of the Capitol policemen, they mean nothing if those officers continue to hide the killer of Ashli Babbitt.  That's cowardice — not heroism."  . . .

Release the Videos Showing Capitol Rioters Calling the Crying Police Officer the 'N Word'   "The hearing was front-loaded with crying law enforcement officers who depicted the outrageous riot as an “insurrection” and the protesters and rioters as “terrorists.”

"As readers of PJ Media know, we abhor the violence from that day as we abhor the violence over the years by BLM and antifa rioters, looters, liars, and arsonists."

Conspiracy Theorist Gavin Newsom Says the People Leading His Recall Are Capitol Rioters Who Want to Implant Chips in People

Capitol Hill Officer: Jan. 6 ‘Bigger Threat’ than Violent BLM Riots in 2020  "Dunn warned that “we need to make sure we’re prepared and we continue to shoot down all rhetoric that could possibly lead to violence” in what seemed to be a reference to the public exchanges before Jan 6." . . .

Thursday, July 29, 2021

Olympic Schadenfreude

 Charlemagne Institute  "If there are two sports more ferociously woke than NBA basketball and women’s professional soccer, I am unaware of their existence.

"Unfortunately for athletes in these two sports, their commitment to wokeness and the language of equity is increasingly backfiring, so much so that I have found their recent Olympic adventures delectable. They are so rich in Schadenfreude that I am tempted to use a neologism I only just discovered: “Schadenfreudelicious.”

"From the first moments after the death of George Floyd, professional basketball players and their league have emitted a constant bleating of support for the Black Lives Matter (BLM) narrative, which claims that the situation in America has never been worse for blacks. The league’s biggest star, Lebron James, characterized BLM as a “lifestyle” and, in stupendous ignorance of American history, denied that there had ever been any social movement dedicated to improving the situation of blacks. The NBA’s commitment to the BLM perspective is so complete that at least one player’s agent anonymously observed how this stance has damaged the league’s brand with fans who do not share the movement’s radical leftist worldview.

"Not surprisingly, Olympic men’s basketball is in total disarray. Many of the leading lights in the NBA, including James and the equally woke Stephen Curry, felt such a surge of patriotism over the Olympics that they declined to play on the national team.

"Lauren Holiday, a former professional soccer player herself and the wife of Jrue Holiday—one of the NBA stars who did sign up for the U.S. Olympic team—publicly and shrilly denounced police as racist for briefly handcuffing her husband when he showed up at the scene, bringing her driver’s license, when she was stopped by police and eventually ticketed for overly tinted windows. Other team members—Damian LillardBradley BealBam Adebayo—backed BLM’s radical agenda and attended protests." . . .

Biden raises eyebrows with claim he 'used to drive' 18-wheeler truck

"We had two family members that told us stories about great things they did in the past, none of it true of course. Both ended up in rest homes for a few years before passing as there is no cure for mental decline." From comments

 Fox News

The White House struggled to defend Biden's claim  

"Forty-eight-year political veteran President Biden raised eyebrows on Wednesday when he claimed to have driven an 18-wheeler truck — a claim the White House struggled to defend.

"Biden was visiting a Mack Truck facility in Pennsylvania when he made the claim to have driven the massive trucks before, which require a special kind of license.

"I used to drive an 18-wheeler, man," Biden said on Wednesday in a video posted to Twitter. "I got to."

"There is scant evidence that Biden has ever driven an 18-wheeler truck.

"When asked if the president had ever driven such a truck, a White House spokesperson pointed to a December 1973 article from the Wilmington Evening Journal that showed Biden rode in an 18-wheeler on a 536-mile haul to Ohio.

"Fox News pressed the spokesperson about the president’s claim – noting that riding in a truck is not the same as driving one – at which point the president's spokesperson pointed to a United Federation of Teachers post that touched on Biden driving a school bus in the past as a summer job." . . .

The Two Bidens; father and son

Leaked Video Appears To Show Hunter Biden Smoke Crack During Argument With His Dead Brother’s Wife  "A newly leaked video appears to show Hunter Biden, the oft-disappointing son of Joe Biden who has recently become an artist, smoke a bowl of crack cocaine while arguing with his deceased brother’s wife, Hallie Biden, with whom he had a relationship following Beau Biden’s death.

"The argument seemed to begin after Hunter expressed outrage that Hallie would call him so soon after the publication of an article by New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd, ostensibly an article from 2015 in which Dowd claimed that Beau begged his father, Joe Biden, to run for President in the 2016 election moments before his death. In the video, reportedly leaked from the infamous Hunter Biden laptop, it appears Hunter told Hallie he was seeking treatment for his drug abuse, when in reality, he appears to be in a hotel room smoking crack." . . .


Benny Johnson: "This is the most devastating video on the Internet"

VIRAL VIDEO Shows Split Screen of Hunter Biden Smoking a Crack Pipe and Joe Biden Bragging About Severe Punishment for Drug Crimes

 EXCLUSIVE: Hunter Biden was living with his brother Beau's widow Hallie while sending raunchy texts and FaceTiming in the shower with her married SISTER as they declared their love and she called him her 'prince'   "Hunter Biden had a controversial affair with his brother Beau's grieving widow Hallie, while exchanging raunchy texts, 'partying', and even renting a house with her sister, can exclusively reveal.   

"Hallie Biden's older sister, Elizabeth Secundy, who was recently separated from her husband of 15 years, referred to Hunter as her 'prince' and told him she loved him, in a series of text messages dating back to 2016." . . .

The Most Devastating Video on the Internet? Joe Biden Makes the Case for Son Hunter to Go to Prison  "The video is a split screen with Hunter Biden smoking crack on one side and his father, then-Senator Joe Biden, making the case in 1991 on the Senate floor for a new law requiring a mandatory prison sentence for those caught in possession of a small amount of crack cocaine.
“ 'If you have a piece of crack cocaine no bigger than this quarter that I’m holding in my hand […] we passed … a law that says ‘You’re caught with that, you go to jail for five years.’ You get no probation. You get nothing other than five years in jail. The judge doesn’t have a choice.”

Biden also points out in the video that under that forfeiture statute, the government “can take everything you own. Everything from your car, to your house, your bank account.”

"According to then-Senator Biden, “We have an obligation to cordon them off from society.' ” . . .

Pelosi's January 6 show trial

 Lies Pile up on Day One of the January 6th Hearings

Today was day one of the hearings on January 6th, held by Nancy Pelosi’s partisan select committee. What transpired was a sideshow of fake crying and irrelevant, sometimes questionable testimony from Capitol Police officers who offered absolutely nothing of substance in regards to fixing the security issues that plagued the Capitol that day.

Jan 6th was the worst attack on the Capitol since 1812? Odd because in 1954, five congressmen were wounded on the floor when 4 terrorists opened fire from the visitor area. (Prez Carter later commuted/reduced the sentences.)

Nov 7, 1983: At 10:58 p.m. a thunderous explosion tore through the second floor of the Capitol’s north wing... The force of the device blew off the door to the office of Democratic Leader Robert C. Byrd. How many bombs went off in the Capitol on Jan 6?

. . . "As members of Congress filed into the House chamber, a servant handed out tissues for the weeping that was certain to ensue. It didn’t take long for Republican Adam Kinzinger of Illinois to make good use of the Kleenex, watch.' ” . . .

Questions that Won't be Asked by the January 6 Commission;   . . . "Here are some primary questions that are unlikely to come up:

"First, who shot Ashli Babbitt and why?  Perhaps she shouldn’t have been where she was and doing what she was doing, but she did not need to die.  The American citizen and Air Force veteran was unarmed.  Federal bureaucrats have kept the information on who shot Ashli from Babbitt’s husband, as well as from the American people, who have a right to know.  Why?" . . .

Kamala Harris Close to Hitting Rock Bottom as the Unraveling Continues

 Sister Toldjah  

 . . . "If the negative views of Harris hold, this could prove to be a nightmare for her long-term if Biden decides not to run for a second term and she throws her hat in the ring to be his replacement. Vice presidents who run to “succeed” their predecessors are usually considered shoo-ins for their party’s nomination, but Harris could prove to be an exception to the rule if she can’t reverse opinions of her even within her own party. A failure on her part to secure the nomination would be an embarrassment that cannot be fully described in words.

Time will tell, of course, as to how things work out for her in terms of a presidential nomination, but if her history is a reliable indicator, things will not go well, and she’ll only have herself – not her race or gender – to blame. Because what it boils down to is that Kamala Harris is just not very good at what she does.

Flashback: Reporter Details Kamala Harris’ Road Trip Press Schedule, and a More Troubling Pattern Emerges

North Carolina-based Stacey Matthews, a former liberal who also writes under the name "Sister Toldjah," has been writing about media bias, social issues, and the culture wars since 2003. Follow her on Twitter here, and on Parler here.

Congressmen weeping on television embarrass themselves and us

 Molly Maffei Baldwin

The ethically challenged Schiff sniffed and searched for words that would make headlines.  He failed.

 "Here's how it worked in third grade.  If an incident on the playground carried over into the classroom, the problem was discussed and diffused so life could go on until three o'clock dismissal.  Children were not encouraged to wallow in self-pity or fixate on the issue until they reached hysteria.  The next day, those in the conflict were less emotional and even managed to talk with each other.  None of the other children who witnessed the incident felt a need to remind anyone of what had happened.  In other words, no need to stoke the fire.  

"Curiously, I have watched a child upset about a class situation bring that tale home, creating an aggrieved situation at home.  The parent then assumed the role of the aggrieved student and set off to see the teacher. 

"Yes, there were tears in the classroom, but they were eight-year-old tears.

"During the January 6 committee investigation, I was embarrassed to watch Adam Kinzinger cry and grimace.  A third-grader dressed up as an adult." . . .

Fifty Years of Deep State Propaganda

Conrad Black

"Not only does Richard Nixon deserve a sober reevaluation, but some of his more vocal critics deserve a sober second look as well."

"As the 50th anniversary of the 1972 election approaches, it is time to reconsider the Watergate controversy that preceded and ultimately partially undid it. I’ve just completed a review for the New Criterion of Michael Dobbs’ new book about Watergate, King Richard. The book repeats endlessly, without any attempt at substantiation, that the Nixon presidency came apart and was righteously legally assaulted because of the infamous “cover-up” consisting mainly in the “hush money” Nixon authorized to be paid to Watergate defendants in order to “keep them quiet.” Once again, and as always, not one whit of evidence was presented in support of the argument that Nixon authorized these payments for any such purpose. It has passed into the universal history of the modern world that he did, but he always denied it. So did some of the defendants, and an exhaustive examination of the very extensive tapes and documents permits a different interpretation.

"To the end of his life, Nixon claimed that he authorized the payments in order to assist the defendants in paying their legal bills and taking care of their families. This was particularly urgent in the case of Howard Hunt, whose wife died in an airplane crash shortly after the Watergate affair began. Nixon foresaw the zeal of hostile prosecutors and he knew that any jury in the District of Columbia would be hostile to Republicans. Moreover, as an experienced lawyer, he certainly knew that any large payments to groups of defendants obviously in exchange for silence or false testimony would be an open-and-shut case of obstruction of justice, and would qualify as a high crime justifying his impeachment, removal as president, and subsequent criminal prosecution. Yet this allegation is the core both of the impeachment charge against Nixon in 1974 and of the popularly accepted and endlessly repeated Watergate saga.

"It is certainly time that Richard Nixon received balanced historical treatment. He must, of course, take principal responsibility for the disgrace and embarrassment of Watergate;" . . . 

Return to mask theater

 Return to mask theater   . . . "It's past time for us to remind our elected officials, especially those on the left, that they work for us, and they aren't are rulers, much to the dismay of the current crop of Democrats.  Americans are rightfully outraged at this scare tactic that has been overplayed and shows no end, nor goalposts that signal our victory."

Rich Terrell

The CDC uses discredited, inapplicable authority to back its new mask guidelines

"This will not be an anti-vaccine post.  It will, however, be an attack against the CDC for using discredited and inapplicable authority to justify its latest mask and vaccine guidelines and for ignoring credible opposing authority.  I'll also take a stab at answering why all this craziness is coming from the Biden administration.  I've got two theories (one of which I discredit), so stick around for them.

"First, the Biden administration, having said all Veterans' Affairs employees must be vaccinated, will soon announce that all federal employees must be vaccinated or lose their jobs; that children should wear masks all day in school; and that everyone else should wear masks, too, whether they're vaccinated or not.  All those orders and guidelines are ludicrous, and they're ludicrous for multiple reasons." . . .

Awkward COVID questions for Jennifer Psaki and other administration mouthpieces  "Why do the media and the White House always lie and blame low vaccination rates for the increase in cases when counties in California with low vaccination rates are doing better than counties with high vaccination rates?

"Why do they lie and blame Trump voters for not being vaccinated when there are people of all races and political parties who aren't getting vaccinated? 

"Why are they giving V.A. workers eight more weeks to get the vaccine?  Why have so many health care workers and other federal workers not received it yet, since they have had plenty of access?

"Why won't Jennifer Psaki say how many people at the White House haven't been vaccinated?  Shouldn't they require the vaccine for themselves before they require anyone else to get the vaccine?  They clearly don't want the public to know the answer." . . .

Wednesday, July 28, 2021

The Vaccine Karens

This abject refusal to acknowledge the existence of natural immunity proves that the vaccine Karens don't care about the health of their fellow human beings. They just want to boss us around.

  Ann Coulter  "If I weren't already staunchly pro-vaccination, the vaccine zealots would turn me against the COVID shot. The proof that they're practicing religion and not science is their refusal to acowledge the great heaping hunks of immunity a person gets from natural infection.

"Obviously, you don't want to contract COVID just to get all that boffo immunity, but lots of people have already been infected, so why can't we count them the same as vaccinated?

"The current research -- and that's all we have for the vaccines, too -- indicates that natural immunity is not as good as vaccine immunity -- it's better! Study after study keeps finding that the previously infected have stronger, broader and longer-lasting immunity than people who've received the vaccine." . . .

. . . "This isn't just a matter of policy not catching up to the science. The vaccine Karens positively disdain the previously infected. Instead of being treated like the superhumans that they are, recovered COVID patients are scorned, treated like smokers or AIDS victims. (No, sorry -- the latter were revered as "angels.") We're simultaneously told that COVID is WILDLY contagious and ... it's your own damn fault for not wearing a mask, socially distancing or getting a vaccine.

"The dismissal of people who've developed their own antibodies springs from the same totalitarian mindset of gun control activists: You cannot protect yourself! Your body cannot protect you! Only the government can protect you. Or, as Mussolini said: "Everything in the State, nothing outside the State, nothing against the State.' " . . .

The Numbers Don’t Support Scapegoating the Unvaccinated  . . . "As I mentioned in a recent article, Israel, one of the most vaccinated countries in the world, is a good indicator of how the vaccine is working. A few weeks ago it was reported in The Times of Israel that 60 percent of those vaccinated had not contracted COVID, a startlingly low rate considering the vaccine has only been in effect for a few months. However, the latest data out of Israel is even worse, for now that number has dropped to 39 percent, though the vaccine is 91 percent effective at preventing severe cases of COVID. The vaccine’s benefits also appear to be very short-lived."

The Deadly Manipulations of the Anti-Israel Mob

  Seth Mandel – Commentary Magazine   The claim that Israel is carrying out a genocide of the Palestinians is meritless, but its proponents ...