What’s particularly disturbing about the utter rejection of Harris is this: As Vice-President, Harris should be the heir apparent to Biden. When Jimmy Carter got shellacked in 1980, his Vice-President was next in line and when Walter Mondale ran against Ronald Reagan in 1984. George H. W. Bush took the baton from Reagan four years later, Al Gore followed Bill Clinton in 2000, and we have dozens of other examples over the years.
One of the more amusing things about watching Joe Biden is his obvious social awkwardness. He’s a weird dude. Whether it’s watching him get touchy-feely with folks, particularly little kids, or watching him wander around a White House gathering trying to find someone to talk to him, we’ve become accustomed to his goofiness.
Apparently, Behar was trying to imply that few black folks in America currently own guns – which isn’t true – and that those on the right who are white and own guns don’t want black folks to own them; and that is also untrue. Those of us who are responsible, law-abiding gun owners want more responsible, law-abiding gun owners. The more the merrier, and we could care less about their skin color.
Sprinkled between Biden’s stammers, mispronunciations, and blabbering, there were a few moments of lucidity, and at those points, Biden comes across as vindictive and in denial. He attacks Republicans multiple times and blames Vladimir and COVID for our raging inflation and disastrous economy. And, of course, we had blatant falsehoods coming out of his mouth:
But the “phantom handshake” has no defense. It was a very confused old man showing how truly sick he is, and there’s no “childhood stutter” or “joke” that can fix it. And every single GOP lawmaker should be screaming at the top of their lungs for the 25th Amendment, but of course, they’re not. And the media is virtually silent, which only makes everything that’s wrong with Joe seem 1000x worse.
For the record, what two consenting robots do on their own time and in the privacy of their own, um… laboratories, perhaps?… is their own business. We’re not judging these robots. Live and let operate, that’s our motto. But since we’re all still getting accustomed to robots interacting with us, couldn’t we hold off on having them come out of the closet for a little while longer?
Hunter’s Laptop Whistleblower Flees The United States For Switzerland In Order To Enjoy “Liberal Democratic Principles”
In fact, according to Maxey, he (supposedly) started seeing black SUVs around his house and friends of his in the intel agencies (supposedly) told him they were getting strange calls about him. Further, when he started trying to share snippets of the Hunter Biden laptop, the links were quickly taken down despite his attempts at taking major cybersecurity precautions.
Stewart employed an interesting tactic in trying to promote and justify the angle he was going to take. For his discussion, he had three other guests, all of whom were white. Therefore, you see, if white people are saying how bad white people are, it’s OK. It’s a similar approach to bringing anti-Israel Jewish folks onto a show to talk about the Holy Land… “See, even Jewish people agree with my anti-Semitism.”
I think Biden (vaguely) knows what he’s doing and that that’s to take America down as her last president. Coming across as a blithering idiot is probably not what he would have chosen if he had had the wits to choose, but behind the scenes, he doubtless gets plenty of pep talks and slaps on the back to keep his spirits up so he’ll hang in there. Somebody is telling Joe he’s a big dog and he’s lapping it up.
Hillary, and indeed most Democrats, don’t believe you are intelligent enough to process what you see and hear in the news. You’re not bright enough to make up your minds for yourselves. You need a gatekeeper to “help” you. You need some to provide “perspective” to make sure you come to the proper conclusions. You need an authoritarian to ensure your opinions align with Hillary’s opinions, because if you don’t, then you have the wrong opinion. And Hillary can’t have that.
In this installment of our weekly Sunday Six conversation, PF Whalen and Parker Beauregard of The Blue State Conservative reveal six campaign issues for which Biden hammered Trump in the debates and general campaign – but has resumed or explicitly supported.
Franklin and our other Founding Fathers understood the importance of being unified, and they asserted that such unification must be centered on common values shared by all Americans. Almost two-and-a-half centuries later, however, our friends on the Left appear hell bent on division, not unity. Separating us by inherent traits is the objective, and identity politics is the tactic. Common values be damned.
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