Sorry BSC readers. We are migrating our servers and have a hit a snag. We hope to be back up soon with all of our current posts.
- by PF Whalen
So, when the New York Times posted its article, he promptly responded to the whole situation with a scathing tweet, saying “Does this mean snot-nosed censors at YouTube will come to my office and kiss my … and admit I was right?”
If coordinated lies could stop the spread of respiratory viruses, Covid would have ended around the same time it started.
A head-to-head battle between these two is so monumentally foolish for both of them, and for the country. I am hopeful that the wiser leaders of the party, as well as the advisers to these participants themselves, find a way to convince both men that for the immediate future it is important that they find ways to not only NOT butt heads but to actually get along and work together. In combination, the two of them are absolutely unbeatable. Put Hillary and Michelle together on the same ticket and I don’t think they could sidetrack a Trump/DeSantis super train.
We have a plethora of challenges on the home front. We still need to resolve how we will live post-Pandemic. The Border continues to hemorrhage. Inflation is at a forty-year high. The supply chain is still broken. And confidence in our government is at an all-time low. The international picture is out of focus. China is a threat in the South Pacific and now in the Middle East with its presence in Afghanistan. Iran is still working towards a nuclear nation, and North Korea is shutting down our air traffic with their missile testing. Russia is testing Biden’s resolve with their actions in Ukraine, and our President is still treating the job like a part-time gig.
The White House logs confirmed that three of those trips to the White House were to attend a dinner with Bill and Hillary Clinton in the Blue Room with dozens of other wealthy guests in attendance, too. There is no other information on what Epstein did during his visits to the White House, but it was reported he would go to the same wing where Clinton spent most of his time.