Biden is chasing people's lives, border crisis, Brett Kavanaugh assassination attempt, Deceased Congressman Don Young, gas prices, Gropin' Joe Biden, Jimmy Kimmel, joe biden, Kamala Harris, Karin Jean-Pierre is gay.black.and an immigrant, Lamestream Media, Meat Puppet Of The United States, Muriel Bowser, Nancy Pelosi, New York Times, Pronouns, Roe v. Wade, stock market collapse, Summit of the Americas, WHO
Ladies and gentlemen, the Meat Puppet Of The United States:
After 100+ days of hiding from the media, His Fraudulency Joe Biden appeared on Jimmy Kimmel’s basement-rated late show and predicted a ‘mini-revolution’ if the atrocity called Roe v. Wade is overturned by the Supreme Court.
‘I don’t think the country will stand for it,’ Biden said of a possible Roe defeat in the Supreme Court on Kimmel. ‘If in fact the decision comes down the way it does, and these states impose the limitations they’re talking about, it’s going to cause a mini-revolution and they’re going to vote these folks out of office.’
Wait, isn’t Biden now an insurrectionist, domestic terrorist? Is Kimmel a FBI informant entrapping poor, hapless, Joe? But that wasn’t the worst Biden bobble:
In one particularly cringeworthy segment, Biden started babbling nonsense before Kimmel threw him a lifeline and cut to commercial.
‘There’s a lot of major things we’ve done,’ Biden claimed. ‘But what we haven’t done is we haven’t been able to communicate it in a way that is magnified another way.’
I can understand how folks can’t understand Joe…
‘Well see, that’s kind of perfect—‘ Kimmel agreed as Biden continued to ramble.
‘Look how the press has changed. Look how the press is it has changed,’ Biden said, before he started making up words. ‘I know you get—you overstand [sic] it. You don’t just understand it, you overstand. But here’s the deal. One of the things is that it’s very difficult now, to have a… even… with notable exceptions, even a really good reporters, they have to get number clicks on… on… nightly news. So instead of asking the question, anyway, it just, everything gets… gets sensationalized… in ways… but I’m convinced we can get through this. We have to get through it. And one of the things, look—‘
‘I’m going to take a break,’ Kimmel interrupted, clearly seeing Biden was glitching and wasn’t able to complete a coherent idea. ‘and then we’ll talk a little bit more.’
I would have loved to have heard what Kimmel had to say to Biden off camera. And there’s more:
Which means…? I’m sure this was just a coincidence…
Our Lamestream Media: utter professionals with layers and layers of fact checkers and editors…
There was no circle back. That didn’t change, because Young died in March. Gropin’ Joe just can’t keep his hands off women and girls:
At his recent Summit of the Americas, Biden shook hands with the girlfriend of Argentina’s President, and would not let go. When she finally pried her hand away and backpedaled, he stepped into her and held onto her arm. He was his usual, incoherent self:
Wouldn’t you have loved to see the translators swearing off stage? For this too:
When banana republic presidents are making fun of us–and they must be–you know things are bad. And here’s gropin’ Joe on gun control:
The president spoke at an event in Beverly Hills, California, raising the issue of gun control as a major priority for his administration. [skip]
‘More people get killed with their own gun in their home trying to stop a burglar than, in fact, any other cause.’ He said. ‘Think about that. Because it’s hard to do. It’s a hard thing to do.’
What’s hard Joe, other than you just told a blatant, easily disproven lie? Is thinking about the lie hard, or is killing yourself in your own home with your own gun while a burglar watches hard? Remember this blast from the past:
At least Joe is trying to keep his promises. True, they’re destroying the economy, but he’s trying:
And here’s what the Biden administration predicted for gasoline in 2022, just six months ago:
U.S. regular gasoline retail prices averaged $3.39 per gallon (gal) in November, a 10 cents/gal increase from October and $1.29/gal higher than in November 2020. The November monthly average was the highest since September 2014. We forecast that retail gasoline prices will average $3.13/gal in December before falling to $3.01/gal in January and $2.88/gal on average in 2022.
But hey, we’re as high as $10 bucks a gallon! Way to go Brandon! But Joe is trying to bring down the cost of gas. He sent a long, nasty letter to the CEOs of oil companies:
His basic message: why aren’t you guys producing more gas? And if you don’t I’ll, I’ll, uh, use EMERGENCY POWERS! Uh, that would be because Biden has done everything possible to ensure they have no oil to refine, cut off their financing and in general tried to abolish the energy industry? Here’s another blast from the recent past:
Well yeah, but they’re all disastrous records. And speaking of disasters:
Sure, if you’re referring to medieval Europe during the bubonic plague. But the intrepid Jean-Pierre, who is a gay, black immigrant, did not give up:
Neither did Joe, when he was speaking to labor leaders:
Well, he’s right. He is changing lives, and he’s mad as hell and he’s not going to take it anymore. And how is he going to make things better? Tax hikes!
He has one accomplishment: he’s very nearly beyond satire. See if you can follow this D/S/C logic:
During Sunday’s broadcast of CNN’s ‘State of the Union,’ former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers said that ‘banana Republicans’ and the events of January 6, 2021 had contributed to the inflation underway in the U.S. economy.
Summers added, ‘If I can step out of my area for one second. I think the banana Republicans who are saying that what happened on January 6 was nothing or OK are undermining the basic credibility of our country’s institutions. That, in turn, feeds through for inflation because if you can’t trust the country’s government, why should you trust its money?’
“Banana Republicans?” I get the play on words, but what’s the analogy? So if you don’t think January 6 was worse then Pearl Harbor, that undermines our institutions, which means there’s no trust in the money, which is what causes inflation, or “feeds through” it or something. The best and the brightest, gentle readers. This explains a lot:
Well, some of the Founders did wear wigs upon occasion… At least it’s not a BLM or trans flag this time:
Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser on Monday ordered 51-star American flags to be displayed along Pennsylvania Avenue ahead of Flag Day, June 14.
The mayor said she directed her team to hang the 51-star flags ‘as a reminder to Congress and the nation that the 700,000 tax-paying American citizens living in Washington, D.C. demand to be recognized.’
Hey why not? All we have to do is ignore the Constitution, but that’s easy for people like Bowser. How’s the Stock Market doing?
Dow tumbles 876 points and stocks enter bear market on worries of drastic rate hikes
US stocks have plunged into a bear market as Wall Street investors grew increasingly nervous about the prospect of even harsher medicine from the Fed to take the sting out of inflation.
The Dow (INDU) sank 876 points or 2.8%. The Nasdaq was down by 4.7% and has tumbled more than 10% in the past two trading sessions.
The broader S&P 500 fell 3.9%. That index is now more than 20% below its all-time high set in January, putting stocks in a bear-market.
Uh-huh. And what, exactly, would those “gains” be?
Yup. “Incredibly focused” on tanking it, which is yet another of Joe’s successes. I had no idea The New York Times was a “center-right” newspaper:
Which is why they’ve given front page coverage to the assassination attempt on Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh:
Oh. But they must be taking it very seriously…
Oh. News from the ethics front:
Wow! And all that in just a couple of hours and with no weapons and the government was the only side that killed anyone! And from the cutting edge pronoun front:
Yes. This is entirely sane and normal. Let it never be said Kamala Harris lags rhetorically behind Joe:
Is there a membership card? Here’s why we should havenothing to do with the WHO:
The World Health Organization will officially rename monkeypox, in light of concerns about stigma and racism surrounding the virus that has infected over 1,600 people in more than two dozen countries. . .
More than 30 international scientists said last week that the monkeypox label is discriminatory and stigmatizing, and there’s an ‘urgent’ need to rename it. The current name doesn’t fit with WHO guidelines that recommend avoiding geographic regions and animal names, a spokesperson said.
Too stupid to survive.
Re Mayor Bowser’s 51-star flag: She’s right, the 700,000 American citizens residing in DC deserve representation. But no need to create a whole ‘nother state. The land for DC was originally taken from Maryland and Virginia (the original plan had the federal district straddling the Potomac River). The land on the west side of the Potomac was later returned to Virginia. So why not simply reduce the federal district’s borders to encompass only non-residential areas (Capitol Hill, The Mall, Washington Monument, etc.), and cede the residential neighborhoods back to Maryland?
Mike McDaniel said:
Hmm. Perhaps, but that’s constitutional amendment time, and I can’t imagine our current self-imagined political elite agreeing on anything like that if they can’t get more power and control over our lives out of the bargain.
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Mike McDaniel said:
Thanks for the link!