Saturday, May 2, 2020

“Never in American history have politicians been more powerful than they are now. Effectively, they are gods... So what’s next? What can’t they do? Let’s draw a line at some point.”

“The pandemic is that the president has no intercourse whatsoever with the rest of the count— uh, the world”

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🔴The very best the Democrat Party has to offer.🔴 Joe Biden’s mental blunders during a Friday MSNBC appearance were overshadowed by his denial of Tara Reade’s sexual assault claims, but they continue to underscore his apparent cognitive decline. Biden twice told Morning Joe that 600,000 Americans have died from the coronavirus. “Over 600,000 dead, many of them who are those workers, those nurses, doctors, some of them,” he said. A hot mic picked up a gasp from one of the hosts, but he continued, “Because they have put themselves in the position to save other people’s lives, protect the rest of society.” “And we talk about that number like 600-plus thousand people,” he said, before host Joe Scarborough interjected, “Sixty.” “Sixty thousand,” Scarborough said. “Six— sixty thousand,” Biden responded. “I misp— 60,000.” According to reported statistics, the actual number as of Friday is 65,068 deaths. For a second time, he awkwardly used the word “intercourse,” when he seemingly wanted to say “discourse” or “interaction.” “The pandemic is that the president has no intercourse whatsoever with the rest of the count— uh, the world,” he said. Earlier this week, he said halted global travel will stifle “economic intercourse.” In the very same thought, he seemed to forget the name of the Ebola virus. “We led— Barack Obama led on the corona, I mean, excuse me, in the pandemic that occurred when we were in office. It was kept in Africa,” Biden said. Ebola was never classified as a “pandemic.” The World Health Organization referred to it as a “situation.”

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◼️From Embarrassing to Alarming◼️ Democrat presidential frontrunner Joe Biden again stumbled through a television interview that aired Saturday. At one moment, Biden struggled to remember the name of coronavirus during the recorded Politics Nation appearance. “Everyone who, in fact, gets— is found to have the, uh, the, uh, the COVID, uh, 19 virus,” he told host Al Sharpton. Another time, Biden awkwardly lost his train of thought. “Look, uh, I, I, I just, if, if— if we hadn’t had the circumstances that occurred last election, we’d have a woman president now,” he said. “I’d be out campaigning for the reelection of Hillary Clinton.” In another instance, Biden attacked Trump, but couldn’t remember where he allegedly got his information. His cognitive missteps seemed to come and go, and it could have been because he was, the Trump campaign claimed, reading some answers. Earlier in the day, Biden committed other blunders during an appearance on Morning Joe, including claiming 600,000 Americans have died from coronavirus.

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⁣Modoc County is “moving forward with our reopening plan”

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A rural California county has become the first to permit nonessential businesses to reopen and allow diners in restaurants, defying Gov. Gavin Newsom’s continuing statewide orders barring such moves during the coronavirus pandemic. ⁣ ⁣Modoc County is “moving forward with our reopening plan,” Heather Hadwick ,the county deputy director of emergency services, wrote in an email to The Associated Press. ⁣ ⁣She said the county of about 9,000 in the state’s far northeast corner next to Oregon has had no COVID-19 cases. ⁣ ⁣Hadwick said the county had not heard back from the governor about its reopening plan, but asserted it aligns with Newsom’s indicators for reopening. Schools were not opening Friday, but it was an option for districts that can accommodate preventative measures, she said.

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Press Secretary Kayleigh Mcenany takes the podium in the first White House press briefing in 418 days








Friday, May 1, 2020

Try to watch this without cringing

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Try to watch this without cringing 😐

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This was tough to watch

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⬛️By: NOLTE⬛️ Tara Reade is Joe Biden’s eighth accuser, not his first, not his only. The fake news media want you to believe Reade is Biden’s only accuser, and that’s because there is no lie the media will not tell to protect the presumptive Democrat nominee. But seven other women — seven! — none of them Republicans, have accused Joe Biden of everything from sexual assault to unwanted kissing to inappropriate touching. 1.) Tara Reade 2.) Lucy Flores 3.) Amy Lappos 4.) Vail Kohnert-Yount 5.) Caitlyn Caruso 6.) D.J. Hill 7.) Sofie Karasek 8.) Ally Coll You can also add a number of women and children who might have accused Biden of inappropriate behavior, but we still have countless videos and photographs of Biden touching them in ways that are wildly inappropriate and make the recipients noticeably uncomfortable. Obviously, not all of these allegations rise to the level of assault. But these are not Republicans coming forward to accuse Biden. These are Democrats and women we can assume are at least left-leaning. What one can glean from these eight allegations and all those videos is that even in full view of the public, at best, Biden has an appalling sense of entitlement when it comes to touching, caressing, and even kissing women. And if this is how Biden behaves in public, one can only imagine what goes on when the Creep Veep believes no one is looking.

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The National Archives and Records Administration on Friday disputed former Vice President Joe Biden’s claim that the record of a sexual harassment complaint allegedly made by former staffer Tara Reade would be in its possession. Biden, who faces growing pressure on the topic from both allies and the media, told MSNBC’s Morning Joe that there was no truth to claims he either harassed or sexually assaulted Reade while she worked for his Senate office in the early 1990s. “No, it is not true,” Biden told the show hosts. “I’m saying unequivocally it never, never happened and it didn’t. It never happened.” The MSNBC appearance marked the first time that Biden has addressed the accusations directly since Reade reemerged last month. Reade, who worked for Biden’s congressional office between 1992 and 1993, had initially come forward last April to accuse the former vice president of unwanted touching. At the time, she told a local California news outlet that she had filed a complaint noting the misconduct with the Senate’s personnel office when it purportedly occurred. In March, however, she claimed there was more to the story, asserting that Biden had pushed her up against a wall, forcibly kissed her, and digitally penetrated her sometime in 1993. Reade’s accusation of sexual assault has been difficult to corroborate given, that nearly 30 years have passed since the supposed incident. As such, Reade has sought to make public the sexual harassment complaint she allegedly filed in 1993, especially as former Biden staffers claim no such document exists. Reade, for her part, has contended that not only does the complaint exist, but it is likely within the thousands of Senate documents the former vice president donated to the University of Delaware in 2011. Investigative reporter Rich McHugh, Ronan Farrow’s partner on his Harvey Weinstein exposé, says the Biden Papers are likely to contain such a complaint if it exists.

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Democrats will not back business liability protections in CARES Act

With global glory at stake, the #CCP responds to the #Pandemic’s political threat by blame shifting on a global scale

The Michigan House of Representatives declined to extend Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s state of emergency another 28 days, and instead voted on Thursday to sue her.