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Joe Biden during a speech about “ghost guns”:

Imagine had the tobacco industry been immune to prostitutes being sued. Come on.

Indeed.  It’s unfathomable.  And so is this:

And so is this: 

And so is this: 

Do they know they all had asthma, or did they only find out when Joe said this?

Does anyone, including Joe, know what he’s saying?

Check out the guy over Biden’s left shoulder…

There’s absolutely no corruption in the Biden Administration, no sir…

But he had to because CLIMATE CHANGE!

And here’s the proof:

Oh.  Janet Yellen is the head of the Federal Reserve.  Follow the chart and see how she mirrors the general incompetence of the Harris/Biden/Whoever Administration, Joe Biden, Temporary President.

February 2021: ‘I’ve spent many years studying inflation and worrying about inflation, and I can tell you, we have the tools to deal with that risk if it materializes.’

March 2021: ‘I don’t think it’s a significant risk. And if it materializes, we’ll certainly monitor for it, but we have tools to address it.’

May 2021: ‘I don’t think there’s going to be an inflationary problem, but if there is, the Fed can be counted on.’

June 2021: ‘Supply bottlenecks have developed that have caused inflation. I believe that they’re transitory, but that doesn’t mean they’ll go away over the next several months.’

October 2021: ‘I don’t think we’re about to lose control of inflation.’

November 2021: ‘If we want to get inflation down, I think continuing to make progress against the pandemic is the most important thing we can do.’

January 2022: ‘If we’re successful in controlling the pandemic, I expect inflation to diminish over the course of the year and hopefully revert to normal levels by the end of the year around 2%.’

February 2022: ‘I think people heard ‘transitory,’ and to them it meant a couple of months. Maybe a better word could have been chosen.’

March 2022: ‘We’re likely to see another year in which 12-month inflation numbers remain very uncomfortably high.’

Truly, we are led by the best and brightest, like this pustule on America’s posterior:

Sure, but they’ll have to move to China to do it, because that’s where they’re made.  And speaking of pustules on America’s posterior:

The people Bishop Evans died trying to save were not only illegally entering America, they were drug smugglers.  They were coming to America not to produce, not to improve their lives, but to ruin and take the lives of Americans:

When asked if the White House feels any responsibility for the death of National Guardsman Bishop Evans, who drowned while attempting to rescue two drug smugglers, a callous, cold and dismissive Jen Psaki says:

…’I would note that the National Guard worked for the states, and so he is an employee of the Tex- — Texas National Guard, and his efforts and his operation were directed by there, not by the federal government, in this — in this effort, in this apparatus.’

This is not only stupid and politically tone deaf, but demonstrates the lack of humanity, of simple decency, inherent in the Harris/Biden/Whoever Administration.  Evans was working against Administration policy, against those who are purposely not enforcing federal law, against those purposely harming America, so despite being black his life doesn’t matter.  That he was a soldier, a Texas National Guardsman, his life, to them, is of less than no value.  He’s an object lesson of what happens when you disobey the self-imagined elite, when you work against their interests.  Go here to read what the valuable Austin Bay has to say about Evans.

Is Red Jen Psaki a terrible person?  I don’t know with certainty, but in this case she certainly behaved as one, as she did here:

As I’m sure you know, gentle readers, Elon Musk had the effrontery to offer to pay more than Twitter is worth, the bastard, and they were forced to sell it to him.

 This has provoked an outpouring of D/S/C stupidity of epic proportions:

If you own all of Twitter or Facebook,’ [MSNBC flack Ari] Melber prefaced by saying, ‘You don’t even have to be transparent. You could secretly ban one party’s candidate or all of its candidates, all of its nominees.’ 

Apparently having no self-awareness or sense of irony at all, he continued his laughable speculation: ‘or you could just secretly turn down the reach of their stuff, and turn up the reach of something else and the rest of us might not even find out until after the election.’

Yes.  He’s horrified by the prospect of Musk doing to D/S/Cs exactly what they’ve been doing to America for years.  Does he realize that, or is he incredibly deceptive, or just incredibly stupid?  I report; you decide.

I’m not sure if this guy is incredible stupid too—if so he’s in bad company this week—or if he’s trolling on a grandmaster level.

That is weird…and stupid–on the part of Twitter.  So is this—Brown-Jackson, not Cruz:

Is anyone surprised this is happening in Washington State?

Democrats in Washington state are cracking down on marijuana — not the actual drug, the word itself.

The Evergreen State legislature recently passed a bill banning the word ‘marijuana’ from official state law and documents over concerns that it is ‘racist.’ At the same time, to help increase diversity in the cannabis business, a taxpayer-funded task force has been spending the last two years focusing on helping minorities in Washington state break into the marijuana business.

Of course it’s racist, because marijuana owned slaves…or something.  How will they refer to it in state law?  As “the weed formally known as marijuana?”

Here’s one from our English cousins.  Yes, he’s a reporter from England:

WalMart: illicit arms merchant to the world.  This one is almost beyond words:

OK, so are we now pretending there are 57+ genders, or there are none?  Note the position of the person writing this:

Uh, assistant dean whoever, pennies are mostly zinc, but have sufficient copper content to have a darker color.  So our coinage is proof of racism because of that, or because not all coins have copper content, or…what, exactly?

And in the “don’t know much about his-to-ry” department”

Uh Lindsay, the courts and executive branch are co-equal branches of government.  It’s the constitutional duty of our courts to rule on the constitutionality of the actions of the legislative and executive branches.

Yes.  Republicans adhere to the Constitution and the law.  Democrats don’t, and D/S/Cs like you masturbate on Zoom calls, Jeffrey.

It’s California, so of course…

This idiot is the founder of Black Lives Matter, who embezzled millions to buy three houses:

A “990” is a federal tax form all charities must submit yearly, but of course it’s understandable she didn’t and is triggered by the mere thought, because black criminal lives matter.  Here’s someone productive, smart and capable, so of course Linked In had to squash her account:

Finally, let’s revisit Red Jen Psaki, who will soon be continuing as Biden’s press flack, but doing it while being paid by MSNBC:

O’DONNELL: So that’s interesting to hear you [Biden senior adviser Cedric Richmond] say that because I think outside observers would not always view this president as the most effective communicator himself. He has at times been criticized for not being able to carry his message. At times, he’s also very folksy and is able to connect with people one on one. But this White House has struggled at times with the message on issues whether it’s COVID, whether it’s the domestic agenda. You’ve also been, of course, hit with lots of issues, as every White House is that are not of your own making that are the forces that happen to any White House. Do you feel that the president is at times frustrated by how he is perceived as his own messenger?

PSAKI: It’s an interesting question. Look, I think every president probably is frustrated at moments when they are not, do not feel like their views, their passions, their policies are being heard and digested. There’s lots of reasons for that. You know, there are good questions that, I know this is not a panel about this, but like, are long speeches still effective means of communicating with the public? Probably not, right? I mean, we know that because … there’s a lot of ways that people digest information. Would he like to be traveling a lot more out in the country? We’ve been talking about this for a while.

I mean, he’s traveling three times this week, and in some ways I look at – there are limitations that have been imposed upon him and us because of COVID that I think have not allowed people to see at all times what his magic is, right?

Oh.  Biden’s dementia is the fault of Covid, probably Putin and Trump too, which is keeping us from seeing his “magic.”

Too stupid to survive.