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Dec 07 13:20

FDR provoked the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor

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Dec 07 12:16

PEARL HARBOR - MOTHER OF ALL CONSPIRACIES

President Roosevelt (FDR) provoked the attack, knew about it in advance and covered up his failure to warn the Hawaiian commanders. FDR needed the attack to sucker Hitler to declare war, since the public and Congress were overwhelmingly against entering the war in Europe. It was his backdoor to war.

FDR blinded the commanders at Pearl Harbor and set them up by -

denying intelligence to Hawaii (HI)

on Nov 27, misleading the commanders into thinking negotiations with Japan were continuing to prevent them from realizing the war was on

having false information sent to HI about the location of the Japanese carrier fleet.

Dec 07 11:25

Live Updates: Biden and Putin Talk Amid Fears of Ukraine Invasion Plan

President Biden is speaking with President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia in a high-stakes diplomatic effort on Tuesday morning to de-escalate a crisis over Ukraine as tens of thousands of Russian troops amass along the Ukrainian border, raising fears of an invasion.

The White House has said that Mr. Biden would “reaffirm the United States’ support for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine.” The two began their conversation via video-link at 10:07 a.m., according to the White House.

“Greetings, Mr. President!” Mr. Putin said at the start of the call, according to a brief video of the opening moments.

“Good to see you again,” Mr. Biden responded warmly, after what appeared to be a brief connection glitch. “Unfortunately last time we didn’t get to see one another at the G20. I am hoping next time we meet we do it in person.”

Dec 07 11:19

Eighty Years of Lies: President Franklin Roosevelt Told Public Pearl Harbor Was A Surprise Attack—However There Is Considerable Evidence Demonstrating Government Foreknowledge

Eighty years ago today—what President Franklin Roosevelt termed a “date which will live in infamy”—Japanese forces attacked the U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor off the coast of Hawaii, triggering U.S. intervention in World War II.

Historian Samuel Elliot Morrison wrote that one could “search military history in vain for an operation more fatal to the aggressor.”[3] 2,403 Americans were killed and 1,143 were wounded. Eighteen ships were sunk or run aground, including five battleships.

Of the American fatalities, nearly half were due to the explosion of the USS Arizona’s forward magazine after it was hit by a modified 16-inch (410 mm) shell.[4]

In his address to the nation following the attacks, President Roosevelt stated that “the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by the empire of Japan.”

Dec 07 09:38

Watch: This Is Joe Biden Trying To Be Funny As He Reboots Liberal Kennedy Center Awards

Comedian David Letterman took a swipe at former President Trump on Sunday night at the Kennedy Center Honors, remarking it was nice to see a president in attendance after Trump skipped the event during his tenure.

President Joe Biden, sitting in the presidential box overlooking the ornate theater, received a standing ovation at Letterman's words from the crowd of Washington D.C. social heavyweights and members of Congress.

'It's quite nice once again to see the presidential box being occupied,' Letterman declared in opening remarks for the 44th annual show.

Dec 07 09:35

Pre-K Dependency Shows The Problem With Biden's Build Back Better Plan

If President Joe Biden wants to fulfill his plan for universal pre-K education, it will demand many more teachers.

New data reflect the enormous amount of hiring that schools would have to do to accomplish Biden's idea of universal pre-K in the United States.

According to an estimate from the National Institute for Early Education Research at Rutgers University, between 40,000 and 50,000 new teachers would be needed to enroll 70% of the U.S. 's 3- and 4-year-old population. School districts nationwide would have to hire an estimated 5,000 teachers a year to satisfy these demands within the following 10 years.

Dec 07 09:31

Kremlin: Putin Will Listen to Biden's Proposals on Ukraine 'With Great Interest'

A video conversation between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his US counterpart Joe Biden is scheduled to take place on Tuesday evening.

Russian President Vladimir Putin will listen to Joe Biden's proposals on Ukraine "with great interest", Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Monday ahead of a video call between the two presidents scheduled for the following day.

"We have heard the statement of the US president that he is going to this videoconference with concrete proposals on Ukraine", Peskov said. "I mean, probably, it will be about the settlement of the Ukrainian crisis. It is important. I think that President Putin will listen to these proposals with great interest. And it will be possible to understand how much they are able to relieve tension".

Dec 07 09:28

Israel Will Reportedly Push US to Strike Iranian Facility Amid Lack of Progress in Vienna Talks

Media reports, citing anonymous sources, claimed that the European countries and the US were frustrated by the last week of talks in Vienna seeing to revive the Iran nuclear deal. According to them, Tehran backtracked on many of its promises and thwarted achieved compromises. Iran, for its part, accused western states of stalling talks.

Israel is planning to ask the US to carry out military strikes against Iran amid the reported slowdown in Vienna talks between the signatories of the defunct Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA - also known as the Iran nuclear deal), according to Israeli Channels 12 and 13 which didn't reveal their sources. The proposal will reportedly be made by Israeli Defence Minister Benny Gantz and Mossad's head, David Barnea, when they visit Washington soon.

Dec 07 08:10

American Allies Don't Know If They Can Trust Biden's America

Current and former U.S. officials agree the role of the U.S. as a reliable partner in international security has been tainted by this year's withdrawal from Afghanistan, which saw 13 soldiers killed and the country handed back to Taliban rule.

Sen. Joni Ernst, a Republican from Iowa, remarked Saturday that "many of our traditional allies and partners" pulled her aside and asked about the chaotic scenes at the Halifax International Security Forum last month.

Dec 07 07:59

Omicron variant: Biden preparing stricter coronavirus testing for all travelers to US: LIVE UPDATES

Fox News has confirmed that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has identified the first case of the omicron COVID-19 variant in the U.S.

"The California and San Francisco Departments of Public Health have confirmed that a recent case of COVID-19 among an individual in California was caused by the Omicron variant (B.1.1.529)," the CDC wrote in a Wednesday statement.

The agency explained that the individual was a traveler who returned from South Africa on Nov. 22, 2021.

"The individual, who was fully vaccinated and had mild symptoms that are improving, is self-quarantining and has been since testing positive. All close contacts have been contacted and have tested negative," the CDC noted.

Genomic sequencing was conducted at the University of California, San Francisco and the sequence was confirmed at CDC as being consistent with the "variant of concern."

Dec 07 07:18

In Washington Good News Becomes Bad News

The good news is that today is Pearl Harbor Day, which brought about the US entry in World War II, a war that never would have been fought if sanity had prevailed among leading statesmen of that era. The lesson-learned for today should be about the steps that could have and should have been taken to avoid war. And there is more good news in that the United States National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), that pork laden mish-mosh that pretends to be serious legislation responsive to the nation’s actual defense needs, is hung up in the Senate, something that has not happened for the past sixty years. But then comes the bad news. The bill is being blocked by several Republican Senators who want to make it nastier, using increased sanctions to halt the Russo-German Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline while also banning imports from China’s Xinjiang region, where some administration officials have accused the government of carrying out genocide against Uyghur Muslims.

Dec 07 07:17

Putin to Biden: Finlandize Ukraine, or We Will

Either the U.S. and NATO provide us with “legal guarantees” that Ukraine will never join NATO or become a base for weapons that can threaten Russia — or we will go in and guarantee it ourselves.

This is the message Russian President Vladimir Putin is sending, backed by the 100,000 troops Russia has amassed on Ukraine’s borders.

At the Kremlin last week, Putin drew his red line:

“The threat on our western borders is … rising, as we have said multiple times. … In our dialogue with the United States and its allies, we will insist on developing concrete agreements prohibiting any further eastward expansion of NATO and the placement there of weapons systems in the immediate vicinity of Russian territory.”

That comes close to an ultimatum. And NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg backhanded the President of Russia for issuing it:

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"That's our job!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Dec 07 07:12

Reports: Israeli Officials to Urge US to Attack Iran

sraeli officials will urge the Biden administration to take military action against Iran during talks in Washington this week, three Israeli TV broadcasters reported on Sunday night.

Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz and David Barnea, the head of the Mossad spy agency, are headed to Washington this week. The TV reports said the two officials will push for the US to develop a “plan B” on Iran that involves harsher sanctions and military action.

Last week, the US and Iran resumed indirect negotiations to revive the nuclear deal, known as the JCPOA. The talks concluded Friday and are expected to continue sometime this week. But the US has been claiming Iran is not serious about the process, and the Israelis see an opportunity to convince the US to take a harder line.

Dec 07 07:12

Biden to Warn Putin the US Is Prepared to Move More Troops Near Russia’s Border

President Biden will warn Russian President Vladimir Putin that the US is prepared to move more troops and military hardware near Russia’s border on NATO’s “eastern flank” if Russia invades Ukraine, an unnamed senior administration official told reporters on Monday.

Biden and Putin will speak on Tuesday amid heightened tensions over Ukraine. The US has been warning that Russia is planning to move into Ukraine based on a troop buildup in the region, but Moscow strongly denies that it is planning an invasion.

On Friday, The Washington Post reported that US intelligence has found Russia is planning to invade Ukraine in early 2022. But the administration official who spoke with reporters Monday said the US wasn’t sure if Putin was really planning an invasion.

Dec 07 07:12

What AIPAC Is Telling Congress on Biden's Iran Negotiations

The American Israel Public Affairs Committee, the most influential pro-Israel lobby group in Washington, was perhaps the most significant political avatar for opposition to the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, devoting significant resources to scuttling support for the Obama administration’s agreement, which was also heavily criticized by then Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

While it has kept a conspicuously lower profile as the Biden administration attempts to revive the agreement following then-President Donald Trump’s unilateral withdrawal from the deal in 2018, AIPAC’s opposition remains. It continues to advocate for a significantly different U.S. approach to curb Iran’s nuclear program.

Dec 07 07:04

Biden Ruined Christmas With Almost No Trees To Be Found

We all love decorating our Christmas trees before the holiday. However, this year, some holiday shoppers are facing higher prices and shortages.

Dec 07 07:01

Laura Ingraham: Biden in over his head on this

Dec 07 06:48

‘Blink twice if you need help’: Harris aide mocked for ‘love’ of job tweet amid turmoil

An aide to Vice President Kamala Harris responded to the exodus of staffers from her office by publicly proclaiming how much he loves his job — only to get roasted online.

Following a blistering report in which Harris was described as a “bully” who dishes out “soul-destroying criticism,” David Gins took to Twitter to say he’d never been happier.

“Hi. My name is David Gins. I work for Vice President Harris on behalf of the American people as Deputy Director for Operations and absolutely love my job,” he tweeted Sunday.

He added, “Just thought some of you should know” along with a smiley face emoji.

Dec 07 06:47

Where Is Biden In The Global War On Omicron?

Hopes were high back in June, when the World Health Organization (WHO) helped establish an mRNA vaccine technology transfer hub in South Africa. The first of its kind in the region, the hub was meant to scale up production of the COVID-19 vaccine — specifically the Moderna vaccine — by sharing production information and technology with manufacturers in the region, which is the least vaccinated in the world.

Five months later, the transfer hub is still unable to access vaccine technology, since neither Pfizer-BioNtech nor Moderna have shared their intellectual property. Negotiations on the matterhave stalled. In the meantime, Omicron, a new strain of COVID-19, was first identified in the country, where just fifteen percent of people were vaccinated as of last month. Omicron is now spreading internationally and has been labeled a “variant of concern” by the WHO over its high transmissibility and potential virulence, prompting widespread travel bans and fears of renewed lockdowns.

Dec 06 15:52

Biden administration hints at deploying additional US troops to support NATO allies if Russia invades Ukraine: President will threaten Putin with economic sanctions during Tuesday call

The Biden administration refused to rule out deploying additional US troops to Eastern Europe should Russian President Vladimir Putin invade Ukraine and President Joe Biden will threaten him with 'substantial economic' sanctions should he make such a move.

Putin has made preparations to invade Ukraine but it's unclear he's made the final decision to do so, a senior administration official said on Monday.

The official noted the US was ready to show a 'combination of support for the Ukrainian military, strong economic countermeasures, and the substantial increase in support and capability to our NATO allies' if Moscow moved forward with an attack.

Dec 06 14:14

Omicron's 'Mildness' Is Thorn In Biden Administration's Christmas Narrative

The Biden administration was hoping for a threat from the new variant that would provide political cover for their draconian rules and a mask for their failed economic policies. Instead, as the World Health Organization, as well as hundreds of doctors, have reported, Omicron symptoms are little more than the common cold.

As Christmas approaches and citizens realize the stores are empty and what is on the shelves are insanely expensive, the focus of their ire will be on the administration that created this economy through systematic dismantling of Trump-era policies that worked and kept America moving. Without a distraction like a deadly flu variant to distract the media narrative, the Biden administration is fearing a backlash that will resonate deep into 2022.

Dec 06 12:10

'Smash & Grab' Crimes Grow This Much As White House Downplays Significance

A surge of robberies across the U.S. has jolted businesses, urging owners and leaders to take precautions to preserve brick-and-mortar shops amid a busy holiday shopping season.

Stores and malls in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago and other metropolitan areas have been the targets of flash mob robberies, break-ins and vandalism.

Specialists who spoke with The Hill said that the uptick of online shopping during the pandemic has added to the increase in these kinds of wrongdoings.

Dec 06 11:44

Biden Mulls Cutting Russia Off SWIFT Ahead Of Putin Call In "Nuclear Option" Ukraine Response

CNN and others are reporting just a day ahead of the much anticipated video call between Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Joe Biden that the White House is mulling "nuclear option" level actions against Moscow should it launch a military offensive against Ukraine - which US intelligence has lately said could be imminent based on assessing that some 175,000 troops have been mustered in the Crimea and regions near Ukraine's eastern border.

This includes discussion of the possibility of disconnecting Russia from the SWIFT international payment system, seen as the most drastic potential measure which further includes fresh sanctions on Putin's inner circle and on Russian energy producers.

The Kremlin has of course vehemently rejected the Ukraine threat accusations, saying it's free to move its own troops wherever it sees fit within the Russian Federation's sovereign territory and borders.

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Cutting Russia off from SWIFT will not lead to a calm discussion!

Dec 06 11:43

US Officially Announces Diplomatic Boycott Of Beijing Winter Olympics

The Biden administration has officially announced a diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, China, an announcement that was widely expected, WSJ reports.

A diplomatic boycott means that no U.S. government officials are attending the Games, but U.S. athletes will still be present.

On Monday, ahead of the expected announcement, China's Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said, "the Winter Olympics is not a stage for political show and political manipulation." He said a boycott "severely tarnishes the spirit of the Olympic Charter."

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Actually, China has not invited any American diplomats to the games.

Dec 06 11:42

Joe Biden Abolishes 90 Percent of ICE’s Deportations

President Joe Biden has slashed the deportation of illegal migrants from 25 cities by roughly 90 percent, so helping business groups with a flood of desperate, low-wage workers.

Biden’s business giveaway was revealed by the Center for Immigration Studies, which also showed that Biden’s deputies have reduced by two-thirds the deportation of criminal migrants who threaten Americans and the nation’s growing population of illegal migrants.

Only 18,713 illegals were formally “removed” — deported — from 25 interior cities, such as Atlanta, Baltimore, and Miami, from January to July in 2021, according to the data from the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency. The 2021 removal number includes only 6,000 migrants convicted of serious crimes, such as MS-13 migrants.

Dec 06 11:28

Shocking Truth About New Variant Brings Into Question Biden's Motives For New Rules

No one has died with the new super mutant Omicron Covid variant despite the variant being recognized in 38 countries, the World Health Organization (WHO) has reported.

The US and Australia became the latest countries to establish locally transmitted cases of the variant, as Omicron infections pushed South Africa's total cases past three million.

And India affirmed its third Omicron infection today, with cases also now spotted in Sri Lanka, South Korea, and Malaysia.

Dec 06 10:57

Democrats see Christmas goal slipping away

The goal for Democrats was to pass President Biden's sweeping climate and social spending package by Christmas, but that is slipping away as the Senate bogs down in one time-consuming fight after another.

Democratic senators are growing increasingly doubtful that Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) will be able to meet his Christmas deadline because several major disagreements are holding up the Build Back Better Act, including a fight over lifting the cap on state and local tax (SALT) deductions.

Schumer told reporters last week that his goal is to bring the $2 trillion bill to the floor the week of Dec. 13, but that timeline will be tough to meet because negotiators have a lot left to work out and Congress will also have to raise the debt ceiling by Dec. 15, which will distract attention from Biden’s agenda.

Dec 06 10:56

Dems plot escape from Biden’s poll woes

Rep. Jared Golden is facing one of the toughest reelection battles in the country. One thing he says doesn’t keep him up at night, though, is President Joe Biden’s sinking approval rating.

“I really don't care at all. I've got my own approach to doing things,” the Maine Democrat said, adding that he handily outran Biden in Trump country. “What I know about his approval ratings right now versus my own is that I'm outpacing him by about 30 points."

Golden's nonchalance is rare.

Most Democrats are worried that Biden’s flagging polling numbers — with an approval hovering in the low 40s — will lead to a thrashing at the ballot box. With historical headwinds and a GOP-dominated redistricting process already working against them, they fear that unless Biden pulls out of his current slide, Congress will be handed to the Republicans in next year's midterms.

Dec 06 10:21

Biden – the Manchurian Candidate Decline & Fall of America

I have had long and disturbing conversations about what the HELL is really going on. The Constitution is being shredded under the Biden Administration and I have warned that the 2020 election was NEVER between Trump v Biden – it was Trump v the Overthrow of the United States, precisely as Klaus Schwab stated in the 2030 Agenda that has been in your face all the time. Biden is nothing more than the senile Manchurian Candidate who has always done anything for money.

Dec 06 10:03

Trump Slams 'One Trick Pony' Biden

President Joe Biden is a "one-trick pony" whose administration only wants to push COVID-19 vaccines on Americans, a primary reason that the U.S. failed to meet "moderate" jobs expectations set by economists, according to former President Donald Trump.

Dec 06 08:14

Kamala Harris is branded a ‘bully’ and accused of inflicting ‘constant, soul-destroying criticism’ on staff by ex-aides who claim she refused to read briefings, then scolded them if she was slated for being unprepared as 'FOUR' staffers head for the exit

Kamala Harris has been branded a 'bully' who inflicted 'constant-soul destroying criticism' on her office staff in a damaging expose by a liberal newspaper.

The Washington Post piece - a result of interviews with 18 people connected to the VP - also alleges that she'd fail to read briefings they'd prepared, only to turn on them if she was subsequently criticized for being unprepared.

The claims from staff who worked for Harris were published amid confirmed departures of two high level staffers, with two others who are said to be heading for the door too.

Dec 06 08:04

Staffers Deserting ‘Sinking Ship’ Kamala Harris

The Democrats have a serious problem in Kamala Harris. Her poll numbers are even worse than Biden’s and staffers are walking away from her office.

Even reliably liberal news outlets are starting to acknowledge the issue because they know she’s a loser in 2024 if Joe doesn’t make it for any reason.

This is from the Washington Post:

A Kamala Harris staff exodus reignites questions about her leadership style — and her future ambitions

The rumors started circulating in July: Vice President Harris’s staff was wilting in a dysfunctional and frustrated office, burned out just a few months after her historic swearing-in and pondering exit strategies. A few days later, Harris hosted an all-staff party at her official residence, where most of her office bit into hamburgers and posted pictures of smiling, congenial co-workers on Twitter, pixelated counterpoints to the narrative of an office in shambles.

Dec 06 07:51

Biden Says He’ll Make It ‘Very Difficult’ for Putin on Ukraine

On Friday, President Biden said he is working with allies to make it “very, very difficult” for Russian President Vladimir Putin to order an invasion of Ukraine. The US has been claiming Russia is preparing to move into Ukraine, but Moscow strongly denies the accusation.

“What I am doing is putting together what I believe to be … the most comprehensive and meaningful set of initiatives to make it very, very difficult for Mr. Putin to go ahead and do what people are worried he may do,” Biden said.

Biden said he’s been in “constant contact” with European allies and Ukrainian officials over the issue. On Wednesday, Secretary of State Antony Blinken threatened sanctions against Russia if it invaded Ukraine. NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg also suggested alliance members could hit Russia with sanctions.

Dec 06 07:51

Washington Should Stop Reassuring Europe: Time for NATO Members To Grow Up

Russia is threatening Ukraine, causing yet another "crisis" in Washington. Kyiv isn’t a formal ally let alone in NATO. Yet the foreign policy establishment talks and acts as if Ukraine was a member of the transatlantic alliance. Which could lead to war between Washington and Moscow.

Yet defending Ukraine would be no cakewalk. Especially since Kyiv matters much more to Russia than to the US. Worse, justifying war with a nuclear-armed power over a country thousands of miles away with no connection to US security would be an especially tough sell to the American people.

Dec 06 07:50

Four questions that deserve answers at the Guantanamo oversight hearing

The Biden administration’s halfhearted approach to closing the Guantanamo prison isn’t sitting well with Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) In April, he wrote to President Biden urging the administration to act swiftly toward that end. In July, he wrote to Attorney General Merrick Garland pressing him to reconsider government litigation positions that frustrate rather than facilitate closure and that undermine fundamental rights.

On Wednesday morning, he railed against Guantanamo and post-9/11 U.S. torture on the Senate floor and announced that the Senate Judiciary Committee — which Durbin chairs — will hold an oversight hearing on Guantanamo next week.

Dec 06 07:13

America’s Pro-Israel Diplomacy at the UN Hits a New Level

Israel seems to have acquired another formidably biased ally in the latest US Ambassador to the UN, Linda Thomas-Greenfield. Her Trump era predecessor Nikki Haley once said, “If there’s anything I have no patience for, it is bullies – and the UN was being such a bully to Israel because they could.” Thomas-Greenfield is going down the same route; less fiery language, perhaps, and more diplomatic tact, but subjugating Palestinians to Israel’s colonial violence nonetheless.

During a briefing to the UN Security Council this week, Thomas-Greenfield spoke about Palestinians’ security concerns while invalidating them in the same speech by upholding Israel’s security narrative.

Dec 06 07:04

‘Kamala Harris is a Bully’ – Former Staffer Says Veep Refuses to do Prep Work Then Lashes Out at Employees When She’s Unprepared

Kamala Harris is a ‘bully’ according to former staffers who had to endure her abuse.

Does this really surprise anyone?

“It’s clear that you’re not working with somebody who is willing to do the prep and the work,” one former staffer told the Washington Post. “With Kamala you have to put up with a constant amount of soul-destroying criticism and also her own lack of confidence. So you’re constantly sort of propping up a bully and it’s not really clear why.”

Two high-profile Harris staffers have announced they will be resigning and seeking other opportunities and two more are on the way out.

Dec 06 07:00

US Intel Resorting to 'Unprecedented Sharing' to Convince EU of Russian 'Invasion' Plans in Ukraine

The United States actively shared certain intelligence in order to convince the EU and NATO of Moscow's alleged plans to prepare an invasion of Ukraine, the Financial Times reports.

Officials told the newspaper on Sunday that the "unprecedented sharing" of US intelligence reports depicting Russian military deployments along the border helped convince previously sceptical European countries, including Germany, that Russia could "soon order its troops into Ukraine".

"Many allies were not convinced that serious things were happening", one official told the Financial Times. "We were surprised about this [intelligence] gap - how and why the US were seeing things that we were not seeing".

Dec 06 06:50

Study: Biden Loosing Grip Over Young Woke Generation

A survey released by Harvard's Institute of Politics revealed that the number of young Americans supporting President Joe Biden has sunk below 50 percent, with Democrats and independents seeing a double-digit fall.

46 percent of Americans ages 18 to 29 say they approve of the job that Biden is doing, a 13-point drop from their spring 2021 survey.

Dec 06 06:50

Putin prepares for imminent invasion on EU's border - UK and NATO planning for war

Following an unprecedented sharing of US intelligence with EU and NATO, the allies have swung behind Joe Biden's assessment that Russia is prepared to invade Ukraine. In an upcoming video summit with Mr Putin, the US president will warn him against an invasion. Mr Biden will reportedly have the full backing of NATO and the EU for retaliatory measures.

Dec 06 06:41

Ukraine wants US, UK & Canada to bypass NATO

The US, the UK, and Canada should “visibly” deploy troops in Ukraine near the Russian frontier as support for Kiev to deter a potential military conflict with Moscow, Ukrainian Defense Minister Alexey Reznikov has said.

Speaking to Toronto’s The Globe and Mail on Sunday, Reznikov called on “the Anglo-Saxon allies” to provide assistance to Ukraine outside of NATO structures, including sending more military trainers to the country.

“It would be nice if the Canadian instructors… would be deployed in Kharkiv, Mariupol, Kramatorsk, Odessa, and Zminiy Island,” the defense minister said. All the named locations are in the east and south of Ukraine, close to the border with Russia or on the Black Sea.

Dec 06 06:39

‘Cheap bit of fake news’: MP blasts Bild’s article on Russian plan to invade Ukraine

Western media outlets have begun to constantly publish "fairy tales about Russia’s plans to attack Ukraine," an article in Germany’s Bild on this subject is a cheap bit of fake news, Chairman of the Russian State Duma Committee on Foreign Affairs Leonid Slutsky wrote on his Telegram channel on Sunday.

"The Western media outlets, it seems, en masse, opened a permanent section "Tales about Russia’s plans of attacking Ukraine," he wrote. "Now the German Bild has distinguished itself in this field, its journalists drew a map of the Russian ‘invasion,’ based, scary to say, on sources in NATO and the Ukrainian intelligence," he explained.

Dec 05 08:50

Near-Octogenarian Joe Biden Taps Teen Spirit to Snub China and Russia

Biden is trying to foist an anachronistic dichotomy on the world whereby geopolitical rivals China and Russia can be cast as malign.

Inviting some while not inviting others to your party is usually a ploy one associates with petulant, insecure teenagers. It’s my party, so there! U.S. President Joe Biden turned 79 last week – near enough an octogenarian – and in the same week announced the invitation list for a so-called “democracy summit” to be held on December 9-10.

China and Russia aren’t on the list. Neither are a lot of other countries many of whom happen to be on U.S. blacklists for sanctions. They include Cuba, Iran, Nicaragua, North Korea, Syria and Venezuela, among others.

Dec 05 07:26

It Is Chaos': GOP Senator Rips Biden Vaccine Mandates For National Guard

Dec 05 07:02

At Democracy Summit, US Will Urge Countries to Use Sanctions

At the upcoming Summit for Democracy hosted by President Biden, the US will urge other countries to start using sanctions against government officials Washington deems to be “corrupt,” The Wall Street Journal reported Friday.

Citing unnamed Biden administration officials, the report said the US will slap sanctions on foreign-government officials and other people the US accuses of corruption and human rights abuses ahead of the virtual summit that will be held on Thursday and Friday.

“Over the course of the week, Treasury will take a series of actions to designate individuals who are engaged in malign activities that undermine democracy and democratic institutions around the world including corruption, repression, organized crime, and serious human rights abuse,” one official said.

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Because democracy means nations blackmailing each other!

Dec 05 07:01

Blinken initiated call with PM, amid doubts Israel actually called off Atarot plan

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken initiated a phone call with Prime Minister Naftali Bennett on Thursday to express his dismay over Israeli plans to advance a controversial East Jerusalem housing project despite signaling last week that it had shelved the plan, sources familiar with the matter told The Times of Israel.

The phone call was “intense,” an official said, with Blinken expressing the Biden administration’s vehement opposition to the 9,000-home plan in Atarot, which supporters of a two-state solution argue would mark a death knell for the proposal by creating a wedge in the middle of Palestinian contiguity between Ramallah and East Jerusalem.

Dec 05 07:00

U.S. Diplomat Says Not Asking Asian Allies to Choose Washington Over Beijing

The top U.S. diplomat for Asia on Friday said Washington is not asking its allies to choose between it and China, promoting instead a shared vision of a rules-based order "where large countries don't bully the weak".

Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Daniel Kritenbrink, speaking in Thailand as he wrapped up his swing through Southeast Asia, said he preferred to focus on an "affirmative agenda" of revitalising relationships in Asia.

Dec 04 08:20

US Intel Accuses Russia of Planning 'Multi-Front Offensive' Against Ukraine as Early as 2022

Over the last several weeks, tensions have remained high between the US and Russia as American authorities have accused Moscow of laying the groundwork for a potential invasion of neighbouring Ukraine. The Kremlin has repeatedly rejected the unsubstantiated claims.

Newly surfaced US intel reports have accused Russia of planning a "multi-front offensive" against Ukraine sometime within the next year, a charge that marks the latest claim pinned to the Kremlin amid weeks of heightened tensions.

Citing sources and a US intelligence document, The Washington Post reported late Friday that planning is allegedly underway by Moscow for a military offensive as early as 2022 that will include up to 175,000 troops.

An unidentified source with knowledge of the sensitive information alleged to the outlet that Russian forces would be "twice what we saw this past spring during Russia’s snap exercise near Ukraine’s borders".

Dec 04 07:27

Biden dismisses Russia’s ‘red lines’

US President Joe Biden has vowed to hold lengthy talks with his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, on the issue of Ukraine, but insists he will accept no warnings about “red lines” from Moscow.

“We’ve been aware of Russia’s actions [concerning Ukraine] for a long time and my expectation is we’re going to have a long discussion with Putin,” Biden said on Friday night as he left for Camp David.

“I don’t accept anybody’s red lines,” the president added in apparent reference to the position Moscow reasserted earlier this week as several Western publications suggested a military showdown in Ukraine was imminent.

On Thursday, Russia’s Foreign Ministry again claimed NATO had given assurances it would not move “an inch” further east at the end of the Cold War. Despite that pledge, it has continued to expand, encompassing new member states ever closer to Russia’s borders, with Ukraine repeatedly having expressed an interest in joining the bloc in recent years.

Dec 04 07:05

Must See: Biden LIES About His Past Again

President Joe Biden seemed to forget his Arab–Israeli history, confusing the 1967 Six-Day War with the Yom Kippur War of 1973 during a White House menorah lighting ceremony for Hanukkah.

"I have known every prime minister since Golda Meir, including Golda Meir," Biden told East Room guests this week. "And during the Six-Day War, I had an opportunity to — she invited me to come over because I was going to be the liaison between her and the Egyptians about the Suez, and so on and so forth."

Political writers and commentators quickly picked up on the impairment in Biden's career timeline.

Biden was only 25 and in his second year of law school during the Six-Day War. He had not yet started his political career at that time.

Dec 04 06:57

Israel Tells U.S. to 'Immediately Halt' Iran Negotiations, U.S. Halts Iran Negotiations

Israel stepped up its opposition to the Iran nuclear deal talks on Thursday and demanded that the US and other world powers put an immediate end to the negotiations.

Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett delivered the message in a call with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken. "Iran is carrying out nuclear blackmail as a negotiating tactic, and this should be answered by the immediate halt to negotiations and the implementation of tough steps by the world powers," Bennett said, according to a statement released by his office.

Israel claims that Iran has no intention of reducing its nuclear activity back to JCPOA levels and is only trying to buy time to develop a nuclear bomb. But there's no evidence to support the claim, and Iran has only taken steps to advance its nuclear program in the face of pressure from the US and Israel, and a JCPOA revival would reverse those steps.

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"Call off the Iran negotiations, or we'll start naming Jeffrey Epstein's 'friends'!"

Dec 03 14:02

US Reportedly Plans Javelin Missile Delivery to Ukraine, Reneges on Surface-to-Air Missiles

The Biden administration is considering providing Ukraine with additional anti-tank weapons such as Javelin missiles, but has reneged on providing surface-to-air missiles like Stinger missiles in order not to provoke Russia, CNN reported on Friday.

Over the past several weeks, Ukraine and some Western countries have expressed concern about the alleged increase in what they characterise as "aggressive actions" by Russia on their border. However, Russia has refuted the accusations by saying it is moving troops within its own territory and at its own discretion.

Ukraine is planning to use its new military patrol boats, supplied by the United States, to boost defence missions in the Black Sea, the report said citing anonymous sources in the Biden administration.

Dec 03 13:22

OK suing Biden, Pentagon to exempt Nat’l Guard from military vaccine mandate

The State of Oklahoma is suing to exempt its National Guard force from the Pentagon’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate, brought about under President Joe Biden. The lawsuit is the latest in a battle over who has authority over the state’s National Guard force – the federal government, or Republican Gov. Kevin Stitt.

Republican Oklahoma Attorney General John O’Conner announced the lawsuit in a Thursday press release.

Dec 03 10:19

Tit for tat diplomatic expulsions by Russia and US are absurd and reckless

Official U.S. behavior towards Russia is suffering from a pretty acute case of what might charitably be called obsessive-compulsive disorder. As a result of this affliction, it has often lost touch not only with basic strategic common sense, but with the overall goals and strategy of the current U.S. administration.

The latest manifestation of this has been the U.S. refusal to extend the visas of Russian diplomats in Washington, which this week naturally and inevitably led to a new round of tit for tat expulsions of U.S. diplomats from Moscow. As a result of an escalating cycle of retaliation in recent years, the U.S. embassy in Moscow is now the only U.S. diplomatic presence in that country, and the number of its staff is barely one tenth of its previous figure.

Dec 03 09:47

Must Watch: Biden Blames Santa For The Supply Chain Crisis

President Joe Biden made announcements Wednesday about the supply chain matters. Biden says the issues will be worked out so that Americans can mostly enjoy the holiday season.

"Now I can't promise that every person will get every gift they want on time - only Santa Claus can keep that promise," Biden announced, continuing that "there are items every year that sell out that are hard to find."

He stressed that "some of you moms and dads may remember Cabbage Patch Kids in the 80s or Beanie Babies in the 90s," when short supplies meant they were hard to come by.

"But we're heading into a holiday season in very strong shape," he stated, adding he thought store shelves would be stocked.

Dec 03 07:33

Israel Tells US to ‘Immediately Halt’ Iran Nuclear Deal Negotiations

Israel stepped up its opposition to the Iran nuclear deal talks on Thursday and demanded that the US and other world powers put an immediate end to the negotiations.

Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett delivered the message in a call with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken. “Iran is carrying out nuclear blackmail as a negotiating tactic, and this should be answered by the immediate halt to negotiations and the implementation of tough steps by the world powers,” Bennett said, according to a statement released by his office.

Israel claims that Iran has no intention of reducing its nuclear activity back to JCPOA levels and is only trying to buy time to develop a nuclear bomb. But there’s no evidence to support the claim, and Iran has only taken steps to advance its nuclear program in the face of pressure from the US and Israel, and a JCPOA revival would reverse those steps.

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"Yes sir! Yes sir! Yes sir!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Dec 03 06:43

Biden Explains That We Must Stop Stigmatizing Men Who Spread AIDS While Sodomizing Men to Whom They've Furnished Dirty Heroin Needles

President Joe Biden on Wednesday unveiled his new HIV/AIDS strategy to end the more than 40-year-old epidemic, calling for a renewed focus on vulnerable Americans — including gay and bisexual Black and Latino men, who his administration says are too often stigmatized even as they are disproportionately affected.

The new strategy, which declares racism a “public health threat,” was released on the annual commemoration of World AIDS Day. It is meant to serve as a framework for how the administration shapes its policies, research, programs and planning over the next three years.

But Biden acknowledged that the country still needs to work to destigmatize HIV/AIDS

Dec 03 06:22

U.S. Senate passes bill to avert government shutdown, sends to Biden for signature

The Democratic-controlled U.S. Senate on Thursday passed a bill to fund the government through mid-February, averting the risk of a shutdown after overcoming a bid by some Republicans to delay the vote in a protest against vaccine mandates.

The 69-28 vote leaves government funding at current levels through Feb. 18, and gives Democratic President Joe Biden plenty of time to sign the measure before funding was set to run out at midnight on Friday.

The Senate acted just hours after the House of Representatives approved the measure, by a vote of 221-212, with the support of only one Republican.

Dec 03 05:56

Must See: Psaki Says Tax Cuts For Rich Being Considered

Despite resistance from Leftists led by Sen. Bernie Sanders, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki refused to rule out tax cuts for people with incomes above $400,000 in President Biden’s nearly $2 trillion social and environmental spending bill.

The issue is a sticking point among Democrats, as either Centrists or self-declared Socialists in the party can tank the legislation in the evenly divided Senate and narrowly divided House.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"The rich give us more political money than the poor!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Dec 03 05:44

Biden’s ‘Build Back Better’ bill includes LGBT overhaul of child care, radical transgender projects

Joe Biden’s more than $1.7 trillion “human infrastructure” bill, the Build Back Better (BBB) Act, threatens a radical, pro-LGBT assault on American child care, while setting aside massive funding to promote the LGBT agenda.

The potentially $4.8 trillion bill, packed with spending for progressive priorities, would subsidize child care costs and provide free pre-kindergarten for six years for $400 billion. Other provisions include $550 billion for “climate change” initiatives, billions in tax breaks to blue state millionaires and labor unions, and a potential $100 billion overhaul of the immigration system.

In addition to authorizing billions in abortion spending, the bill also targets religious child care providers and funds woke, pro-transgender projects with hundreds of millions of public dollars.

Dec 02 13:01

NATO ready to punish Russia

NATO member states are prepared to take action against Russia should it show aggression against neighboring Ukraine, the White House’s top diplomat has announced as tensions between Moscow and the US-led military bloc run high.

Speaking at a conference in Latvia on Wednesday, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said the organisation is "ready to take serious measures, and NATO is ready to strengthen its eastern flank."

Washington’s envoy, however, insisted the military bloc does not harbor any ill intent against Moscow. “NATO is a defensive alliance," he said. "We are not a threat to Russia... Every step we take is aimed at maintaining active protective measures of our alliance members, as well as helping our partners."

Dec 02 12:47

US reveals response to a Russian invasion of Ukraine

If Russia uses its military against Ukraine, Moscow will see a response from the US and its NATO partners unlike anything ever experienced before, including unprecedented sanctions, Washington threatened on Wednesday.

Speaking via video link at the Kiev Security Forum, US Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Victoria Nuland reiterated the American government’s support for the former Soviet republic.

“We are resolute in sending the message to Moscow, that if it moves again to internally destabilize Ukraine or use these forces to enter the country, that it will be met with high-impact economic measures, the likes of which we have not used before, from all of [NATO]” she stressed.

Her statement comes as tensions remain high on the border between Ukraine and Russia, with multiple Western media outlets suggesting a conflict is around the corner. Despite the Kremlin’s repeated denials, Moscow has been accused of preparing for war, with some suggesting a winter invasion.

Dec 02 07:44

U.S., NATO fully committed to Ukraine, says Blinken ahead of Lavrov talks

NATO allies share an "unwavering commitment" to Ukraine's sovereignty, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Thursday, hours before he meets Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov amid escalating East-West tensions over Ukraine.

Blinken, speaking at the start of talks with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba, reiterated Washington's concerns over a build-up of Russian troops on the border that has triggered threats of fresh Western sanctions against Moscow.

Kuleba tweeted that Ukraine, which is not a NATO member but seeks closer ties with the Atlantic alliance, was working with Western countries on a "comprehensive deterrence package including severe economic sanctions" to stop Russian aggression.

Dec 02 07:29

Watch: Biden Greeted With Let's Go Brandon Signs In Minnesota

President Joe Biden received what some may call an ugly welcome in Minnesota on Tuesday when his motorcade passed dozens of protesters holding up vulgar signs bashing the commander-in-chief.

Some of the demonstrators waved campaign flags for former President Donald Trump.

One such sign had “FJB” plastered across it, in an apparent abbreviation of “F–k Joe Biden.”

“A less coded version just outright said ‘F–k you Biden’ with the U in the F word cleverly drawn to look like a middle finger,” reported White House pool correspondent Todd Gillman of the Dallas Morning News.

Dec 02 07:21

Tucker Carlson Tonight 12/1/21 FULL | BREAKING FOX NEWS December 1, 2021

Dec 02 07:12

Brzezinski brothers want Biden, NATO to reprise father’s confrontation with Russia over Poland

Not to be missed. From the New Atlanticist and the Atlantic Council. Offered by Ian Brzezinski, son of Zbigniew (as he mentions in the article), senior fellow at the Atlantic Council and former U.S. deputy assistant secretary of defense for Europe and NATO policy.

His brother Mark is on his way to becoming U.S. ambassador to Poland just in time for the impending catastrophe in northeastern Europe. The two sons are positioning themselves to reprise their father’s role in confronting and defeating Russia (and Belarus) over Poland.

Hence the labored analogy that serves as the theme of the piece.

The writer alludes to the simultaneity of Washington’s 1980 dual crusade/jihad on the Soviet Union’s northwestern and southeastern frontiers – Poland and Afghanistan, to variously degrees religiously motivated – which has been missed for over forty years.

Dec 02 06:35

Vaxx Mandates BANNED Nationwide

President Joe Biden's nationwide COVID-19 vaccine mandate for healthcare employees will be demolished after a federal judge issued a preliminary order Tuesday evening, which will stop the law from going into effect next week.

On Monday, a federal judge in St. Louis momentarily prevented the rule in 10 states finding the government had overstepped its authority.

Dec 01 11:47

A Sign Of True Leadership: DeSantis Decimates Media & Biden

In a Monday press conference, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis condemned the Left-wing media narrative that it was an SUV that killed six people and injured dozens at the Waukesha Christmas parade earlier this month and not the man sitting behind the wheel.

"Is that how it works? The SUVs, they just drive by themselves? This just kind of happened. And they say, Oh, this was a big accident. '' You never actually hear the discussion about who committed this," demanded DeSantis.

Dec 01 11:37

Hysterical: Peter Doocy's Question Sends 'Peppermint Psaki' Into Ridiculous Rant

White House press secretary Jen Psaki announced that President Joe Biden was referring to former President Donald Trump's tweets when he named Trump a "xenophobic" on the heels of Trump implementing the travel ban last year with China.

"What the president was critical of was the way that the former president put out, I believe, a xenophobic tweet and what he called the coronavirus and who he directed it at," Psaki announced at Monday's press briefing. "The president has not been critical of travel restrictions, we have put those in place ourselves in the spring," she went on.

Dec 01 11:35

A Clearer Breakdown of What This Infrastructure Bill Is Really Funding

On November 5, 2021, Congress passed the Infrastructure Investment & Jobs Act (H.R.3684) which was signed by the President on November 15. Yet another $1.2 trillion in nefarious “investments” to keep the money presses rolling. Most media sources summarize the 2740-page bill by lumping everything into spending categories, while leaving out some of the most critical data that shows what they really intend to fund. This report breaks down several key data and funding points, while drawing attention to some of the more questionable allocations.

Dec 01 07:59

Remember Pearl Harbor, Mr. President?

Washington is talking itself into war again. The signs are unmistakable.

Admirals are warning of China’s preparations to invade Taiwan and defense hawks on the Hill point to Taiwan as simply the first step in China’s long-term strategic bid for global military hegemony. Nervous European allies see a Russian troop concentration in Eastern Ukraine as evidence for an impending Russian invasion and the Biden administration responds by saying that America’s support for Ukraine is “ironclad.”

When U.S. politicians and senior military leaders invoke the threat of war, Americans must treat their comments seriously. With this in mind, it’s important to understand what did and what did not happen 80 years ago.

From 1920 until the outbreak of war with Imperial Japan, the Navy’s Pacific Fleet practiced fighting the Imperial Japanese Navy on an annual basis. These exercises informed extensive, detailed war plans that were developed in the 1930s.

Dec 01 07:46

Watch: Manchin Attacks Schumer Over Rushed Socialist Spending

Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) refused to say Monday whether he would support Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer's promise to force the Biden Administration's almost $2 trillion social spending bill through the chamber by Christmas.

"I think what we need to do is just really look at the bill, what we have right now, what came from the House and that's what I've been doing this afternoon," Manchin told reporters.

Dec 01 07:45

Evidence Shows Joe Wanted A Cut From Hunter's Commie Deals

Further revelations from the infamous Hunter Biden laptop discovered in 2019 have revealed that Joe Biden was to be a party to the deal being discussed with Chinese energy company CFEC and was to get a 10 percent cut.

In her recent book, Laptop from Hell, Author Miranda Devine details how the Biden family took Navy veteran and businessmen Tony Bobulinski to help push the deal along with Chinese mogul Ye Jianming, who was in command of the Chinese government-affiliated CFEC.

Dec 01 07:00

Biden administration considers forcing all travelers returning to the US to quarantine for SEVEN DAYS to curb spread of super-mutant Omicron variant - and may FINE people who flout it

The Biden administration is considering whether to force all travelers returning to the U.S. to quarantine for seven days to curb the spread of the potentially dangerous omicron variant – and may fine those who refuse, three federal health officials told the Washington Post.

Travelers would not be able to forgo the potential quarantine mandate, even with a negative Covid test or full vaccination and booster shot. It comes as Biden deliberates his winter Covid strategy, which he plans to announce Thursday. Any imposition of financial penalties for refusing to comply would mark the first time federal fines are linked to quarantine and testing measures for U.S. travelers.

Biden's tentative plan would also require everyone entering the country to be tested one day before boarding flights, regardless of their vaccination status or country from which they're leaving. Another requirement could force all travelers to get tested again within three to five days of arrival.

Dec 01 06:53

BREAKING: Federal Judge Blocks Vaccine Mandate Nationwide – Protects Health Care Workers Across America

Louisiana U.S. District Judge Terry Doughty blocked a federal COVID-19 vaccine mandate for health care workers Tuesday. The ruling has nationwide implications.

The ruling by Judge Doughty follows Missouri US District Judge Matthew Schelp’s ruling on Monday that blocked mandates in 10 states.

Judge Doughty was appointed by President Donald Trump.

Life News reported:

A federal court has issued a nationwide injunction protecting health care workers across the country from Joe Biden’s COVID vaccine mandate.

Yesterday, in response to a multi-state lawsuit led by Missouri, a federal court barred the Biden administration from enforcing a vaccine mandate for health care workers in 10 states who are employed at federally-funded health care clinics. That means they doctors and nurses can’t be fired for refusing the COVID vaccine despite Biden’s federal mandate requiring them to get it.

Dec 01 06:27

US to strengthen its military contingent in Europe to contain Russia

The US Department of Defense has decided to increase the number of its soldiers in Germany, lifting the 25,000-man limit, which was introduced by Trump

US President Joe Biden accepted the recommendations of Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin regarding the revision of the global balance of forces of the United States, including positions in Europe as Pentagon reported citing deputy undersecretary of defense for policy Mara Karlin.

Dec 01 06:26

Russia tells US embassy staff to leave Moscow

American embassy workers who have been stationed in Moscow for over three years have been given just weeks to leave the country, Russia’s Foreign Ministry has announced, amid a growing row with Washington over diplomatic visas.

Speaking at a briefing on Wednesday, diplomatic spokeswoman Maria Zakharova announced that “by January 31, 2022, employees of the US embassy in Moscow who have been on assignment for more than three years must leave Russia.”

The news comes after Washington reportedly denied extending the visas of dozens of family members of Russian diplomats based in the US. According to Zakharova, “we consider the American move to be a clear expulsion and intend to react accordingly.”

She said that “such a game” was started by America’s policy decisions, rather than because Russia was eager to break off ties.

We tried long and hard to reason with them and direct them to some constructive solution to the issue, but they made their choice.

Dec 01 06:23

Kamala Harris For Supreme Court? A Very Bad Idea.

The Democrats have two major electoral problems. One is Joe Biden. He is the most unpopular President in a very, long time. And the second is that Kamala Harris is even more unpopular. She could not beat Donald Trump in 2024 even if she did steal 14 million votes like Biden’s people did in 2020.

Kamala Harris has been mentioned as a Presidential candidate with Pete Buttigieg as her running mate. That won’t happen. They were on the stage together recently. Buttigieg did very poorly in the primaries in 2016. And he is one of Biden’ worst cabinet secretaries. Professional politicians want a candidate at the top of the ticket who will get the voters to come out and vote so they can win down ballot races for state assemblies and governors. Harris would only motivate Republicans to come out and vote.

Nov 30 15:30

Biden and His Aides Reportedly Prepare For Virtual Summit With Putin in December

While there were no official announcements about a possible meeting between the presidents of Russia and the United States, Joe Biden said he would likely speak with Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. Russian officials earlier mulled over the possibility of Putin-Biden talks before the end of 2021.

US President Joe Biden and his aides are preparing for next month's virtual summit with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin, The Washington Post reported Tuesday, citing sources.

The analysts view the reported virtual call as a chance to reduce the simmering tensions but also to "signal the costs of an invasion to the Kremlin." The threats of the purported Russian "invasion" in Ukraine were reported by multiple Western media outlets before, raising eyebrows in Moscow before being debunked by the Kremlin.

Aside from this, Washington reportedly floated the possibility of an in-person summit between Putin and Biden in 2022, the newspaper noted.

Nov 30 15:30

Iraqi Political Groups Reportedly Seek to Forge Bloc in Push to Drive US Forces From Country

Washington and Baghdad agreed in July that the US combat forces will be withdrawn from the Middle Eastern country by 31 December 2021, with the remaining American personnel only remaining to play "a training, advising, assisting, and intelligence-sharing role."

A group of Iraqi political parties has called for the formation of an alliance to push American forces out of the country by the promised 31 December deadline, Press TV reported, citing Fadel Jaber, a member of the Sadeqoun coalition in Parliament.
According to Jaber, the prolonged presence of US forces in the country risks creating divisions in Iraqi society. His comments come as several observers reportedly voiced concerns that Washington actually has no intention of leaving the Middle Eastern nation.

Nov 30 14:48

Biden Just Announced Date for WWIII

The Biden administration this week brazenly announced its intention to walk over China’s red line warning on Taiwan. The move by the US is a recklessly provocative step that dares an inevitable military response from Beijing. -- If that happens then all bets are off for a full-scale military confrontation between the United States, its allies, and China. It is not alarmist to say such a clash would escalate into World War III.

Nov 30 12:41

Could the Biden Team Actually Be Considering a Supreme Court Nod for Kamala?

We’ve seen that Joe Biden is deeply underwater in the polls and the Democrats’ possibilities as we look into the future at the 2022 midterms, then onto 2024, don’t look good with him at the front of the ticket.

Kamala Harris was put in as the backup. But the problem with that is that the only person more unpopular right now than Joe Biden is Harris. He was at 36 percent approval in a recent Quinnipiac poll and when the last number was given on her earlier in the month, she was at 28 percent approval. So Harris is basically a dead weight around the neck of their election possibilities. But now they’re stuck with her.

Or are they?

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Oh great; a Supreme Court Justice that flunked the bar exam!

Nov 30 12:01

Biden sending 1,000 Nat’l Guard troops to Africa

President Joe Biden is sending 1,000 Virginia and Kentucky National Guard troops to the horn of Africa, the services announced on Saturday. The deployment marks the largest single-unit mobilization of Virginia’s National Guard since World War II.

According to the Virginia National Guard Public Affairs Office, 800 Virginia and 200 Kentucky Guardsmen were transported to Fort Bliss, Texas, for roughly one month of pre-deployment training, marking the start of their federal active duty status. The troops will be deployed to “unspecified countries” in Africa early next year.

Nov 30 11:14

Washington calls for ‘urgent negotiations’ on Ethiopia conflict

The United States (US) has called on Ethiopia to hold “urgent negotiations”, expressing “grave concern” over the country’s military escalation.

US State Department spokesperson Ned Price said Secretary Anthony Blinken expressed grave concern about the indications of a worrying military escalation in Ethiopia and stressed the need for urgent action for negotiations.

Washington warned the government of Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, that there was “no military solution” to the conflict in Ethiopia and that diplomacy was the “only option” to stop the country’s civil war.

This comes at a time when the diplomatic efforts of the international community for a ceasefire between government forces and the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF).

Ethiopia has accused the United States of spreading “misinformation” about the country’s security situation, warning it could hurt bilateral relations.

Nov 30 09:59

Roger Stone Compares FBI To Nazi-Era Group

Roger Stone, a longtime Political Adviser to former President Donald Trump, has accused the FBI of turning into President Biden’s “personal Gestapo” and described the subpoena he received from the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol Hill riot as “harassment.”

The House committee investigating the attack on the Capitol faces both risk and reward by turning to two Trump allies with a history of lying as it seeks to map out the planning and financing of the Jan. 6 rallies.

Nov 30 09:29

White House coronavirus team will brief governors, Congress on omicron variant this week

The Biden administration is planning a flurry of briefings with state and local officials this week to prepare them to detect and monitor the newly discovered omicron variant of the coronavirus, anticipating that it may show up inside the United States within a matter of days.

Members of the White House COVID-19 response team will brief governors and members of Congress this week, and officials from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Department of Health and Human Services are providing lab directors around the country with guidance on how to detect omicron using available PCR tests, a White House official said.

The omicron variant, first identified last week in South Africa, has a significant number of mutations from the original strain of SARS-CoV-2 that scientists say could make it more transmissible and resistant to vaccines.

Nov 30 08:27

US rejects all Russian proposals to restore inter-parliamentary ties — ambassador

The United States rejects all Russian proposals to restore inter-parliamentary ties and turns down requests for meetings at the Congress, Russia’s Ambassador to Washington Anatoly Antonov said on the YouTube channel Soloviev.Live on Saturday.

"All our requests for meetings at the Congress are rejected. They do not even want to listen to Russian arguments. They turn a deaf ear to our proposals to restore inter-parliamentary ties," he said.

Antonov added that the United States suffers from "moral egoism" and egotism, exclusively supporting its own initiatives and overestimating its capabilities,

"The world is actually developing, the world is becoming more and more complex. And we cannot address alone the challenges that the United States and the Russian Federation are facing nowadays," the Russian ambassador said.

Nov 30 08:27

27 Russian diplomats, their families leave US on January 30 — Russian ambassador

Twenty-seven Russian diplomats and their family members will be forced out of the United States on January 30, 2022 and an equal number of Russian diplomatic staff will leave the country on June 30, Russian Ambassador to the US Anatoly Antonov said on Saturday aired by the YouTube channel Soloviov Live.

"Our diplomats [in the United States] are being kicked out. On January 30, a large group of my fellow diplomats - 27 people with their families - are leaving us," the ambassador said.

"On June 30, a similar number will leave from here," he added.

Antonov underlined that the problem of visas for Russian diplomats in the US has not yet been solved, and their families are being intentionally separated.

Nov 30 08:14

White House Quietly Delays Vaccine Mandate As Another Federal Judge Objects

Yet another federal court has decided to block the Biden White House's COVID mandate, only this time the judge focused on a requirement for health-care workers to either get the jab, or say goodbye to their jobs.

Earlier this month, a judge in Texas blocked the White House from enforcing some of its mandate by way of large corporations. Now, a different federal district judge, this time in Missouri, is blocking the Biden administration from enforcing a vaccine mandate for health-care workers in some 10 states.

Nov 30 08:02

Biden's Anti-Trumper Awaits SCOTUS Appointment

Ketanji Brown Jackson, a top contender among Democrats for a future Supreme Court vacancy, is one of three judges tasked with reviewing former President Trump's bid to block a congressional subpoena for records related to the Jan. 6 attack.

For Jackson, who has served in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit for just six months, her vote in the potential landmark constitutional case would likely figure as the most distinguishing feature of her judicial record if she ultimately runs the gauntlet of a polarized Supreme Court confirmation process.

Nov 30 07:24

Latvia Calls for Permanent US Military Presence to Counter Russia

On Monday, Latvia’s defense minister called for a permanent US military presence in the Baltic state and said Riga wants to boost its defense with US Patriot surface-to-air missiles.

“We need additional international assistance,” Defense Minister Artis Pabriks told Reuters. “We would like to have a permanent United States presence in our country. And sea and air defense means basically going down to such systems as Patriot.”

Pabriks’ comments come ahead of the NATO Foreign Ministerial that Latvia is hosting on Tuesday and Wednesday. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken was due to arrive in Latvia late Monday. There, Blinken is expected to consult with NATO on the alleged Russian troop build-up near Ukraine. A State Department official said Friday that “all options” are on the table for how to respond to Russia’s alleged build-up.

Nov 30 06:58

Russia Warns The U.S. Not To Interfere With Nord Stream 2

The Russian Government has warned the US not to put further pressure on anyone over the certification of the $11bn Nord Stream 2 (NS2) gas pipeline.

The newly completed 1,764km double pipeline is still awaiting clearance from German regulators before Russia can start exporting gas through it. NS2 bypasses Ukraine and instead imports Russian gas directly to Germany via the bed of the Baltic Sea. If green-lit, it will double Russia’s overall flows to Germany, providing 55bn cubic meters of gas through both pipelines.

Speaking to reporters on Monday, Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov said: “It is very important, of course, that the United States of America does not put pressure on anyone in connection with the ongoing implementation and certification of this project,” Peskov emphasized. The comments follow the Biden administration imposing sanctions targeting Russia-linked Transadria and its operating vessel.

Nov 30 06:49

Lavrov Says NATO Military Equipment Being Moved to Russian Border

Earlier on Tuesday, the Russian Foreign Ministry stated that the country has been detecting over 50 new NATO reconnaissance aircraft and drones near its borders every week.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Tuesday that NATO is amassing a significant amount of military equipment on Russia’s border.

Speaking at the press conference with his Brazilian counterpart, Lavrov also noted that Moscow cannot rule out the possibility of Kiev undertaking some kind of "military venture," which would pose a threat to Russia.

"President Putin spoke about this on 18 November... he stressed that we do not need conflicts but if the West cannot hold Ukraine back, but, on the contrary, encourages it, of course, we will take all the necessary steps to ensure our security," Lavrov said.

Nov 30 06:46

“Why Didn’t Biden Have A Cognitive Exam?” — Former White House Physician Speaks Out On Biden’s “Obvious Cognitive Decline”

Why won’t Biden take a cognitive exam?

According to former White House Physician Ronny Jackson, the Biden administration is covering up for what is “obvious cognitive decline.”

Nov 30 06:43

Russia warns it won't back down in NATO standoff

Russia won’t back down in its standoff with NATO over Ukraine, or in the Black Sea, and underestimating the country’s resolve could be disastrous, Moscow’s top diplomat in Washington has blasted amid worsening ties with the US.

Speaking in an interview on Saturday with the Soloviev LIVE YouTube channel, Ambassador Anatoly Antonov said that “there are… suggestions expressed here, that some desperate head may appear in Ukraine or a group of fighters who will try to test the strength of the Russian defense, counting on the fact that we will not respond… I would like to say and emphasize unequivocally: this is a very dangerous delusion.”

The envoy blasted a purported increase in supplies of American weapons reaching Kiev, potentially including the anti-tank missile system, Javelin. The ambassador said that Washington consistently claims that these weapons are for “defensive” purposes.

Nov 29 14:25

Judge halts Biden vaccine mandate in 10 states

A federal judge in Missouri has blocked US President Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate for healthcare workers in 10 states, saying that it would need approval from Congress – which it does not have.

US District Court Judge Matthew Schelp issued a preliminary injunction on Monday, blocking the White House’s order that all workers employed by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) had to be vaccinated by January 4, 2022 or face losing their jobs.

“The nature and breadth of the CMS mandate requires clear authorization from Congress—and Congress has provided none,” Schelp said, adding the injunction is warranted by the “vast economic and political significance” of the mandate.

Nov 29 11:47

BREAKING: Biden says 'no new lockdowns' if everyone wears a mask and gets vaccinated

President Joe Biden spoke to the American public on Monday morning to address the new Omicron variant of COVID-19, first discovered in South Africa. He touted his administration's quick action in shutting down travel from several African countries, but also advised the public not to panic.

"If people are vaccinated and wear their mask, there's no need for lockdown," Biden said in response to a reporter's questions about any impending societal shutdowns.

Nov 29 08:43

Note To Biden: Gun Stores Aren’t Responsible For Veteran Suicides

Suicide is a serious problem, but it’s especially problematic among veterans. Many of the brave men and women who fought for our nation and survived find they can’t seem to make it through peace quite as well, so they claim their own lives. -- Few people don’t see this as a significant issue. The problem is that we rarely agree on how to address it. -- After all, we live in a world where President Joe Biden seems to blame gun stores for those veteran suicides.

Nov 29 08:23

Joe Biden touts “well-stocked shelves” as major retailer announces long list of shortages across the southeast

Over the Thanksgiving holiday, Joe Biden made sure to remind Americans that Big Government is meeting the “needs” of the public, and that his administration is in full control over the food supply. Pretending that the economy is in a state of recovery, the Biden administration ignores the growing problems of rapid inflation and food rationing. Reading from his weekly propaganda script, Joe Biden touted that grocery stores were “well-stocked with turkey” and “everything else” that Americans “need.” He made the announcement at the same time Publix announced a long list of food item shortages across 1,280 stores.

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