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President Joe Biden on Friday made another characteristic verbal blunder, admitting to a reporter that what’s at stake in the issue of abortion is the decision to end the life of a “child.”
While Democrats will typically skate around the reality of abortion, speaking only in terms of “reproductive healthcare,” “fetuses” and the like, Biden broke sharply with this careful framing of the issue on Friday, telling a reporter that abortion was the decision to “abort a child.”
When Biden was asked at Joint Base Andrews about his reaction to the Supreme Court’s recent decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, the president stumbled over his words.
“So the idea that we’re going to make a judgment that is going to say that no one can make the judgment to choose to abort a child, based on a decision by the Supreme Court, I think goes way overboard,” the 79-year-old Biden said.
New York Governor Kathy Hochul once again signed sweeping gun legislation into law on Friday that created several severe new restrictions on obtaining a gun in the state, including drastically increasing concealed carry regulations and requiring applicants to turn over social media history.
According to the the legislation, part of Hochul's new criteria to obtain a concealed carry permit will be an applicant giving the government a list containing three years of history of their current and inactive social media accounts. Applicants must also have 16 hours of firearm training, provide four character references, and list the contact information for any domestic partners or adults of any kind they live with.
A key data tracker used by a branch of the Federal Reserve indicates that the United States economy is showing the negative growth seen in the first quarter continued, meaning the U.S. economy is already in a recession.
Late Saturday, the billionaire founder of Amazon, Jeff Bezos, called out Biden for his propaganda and lies related to the surging gas prices impacting every American.
Governor Kathy Hochul (D-NY) signed expansive gun legislation on Friday night banning people from carrying guns in a litany of “sensitive locations,” including Times Square and churches throughout New York.
Hillsdale College President Larry Arnn tore into the state of public education last week during a private college event in Tennessee.
A viral video that circulated on Twitter on Wednesday showcased an angry liberal man giving wealthy Democrats an earful for getting nothing accomplished and then asking people like him for money.
Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) announced Friday that she was getting her nails done as an “act of reclamation” following last week’s 6-3 Supreme Court decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization — which resulted in a 5-4 decision overturning landmark abortion cases Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey.
The city of Orlando has issued a statement saying that they “regret” sending out an email promoting their fireworks display that said “a lot of people probably don’t want to celebrate our nation right now, and we can’t blame them.”
Good Morning America sent out a tweet saying that Ketanji Brown Jackson is the first black Supreme Court justice in history.
Amina and Sarah Said were teenagers on New Year’s Eve 2007. Amina, 18, and Sarah, 17, had been allegedly abused by the father for years, both physically and sexually. Their father, Yaser Said, a devout Muslim, would monitor their communications and spy on them when they left the house. He even spied on Sarah at her after-school job and grew angry because she was apparently smiling at customers too much.
“Fox & Friends Weekend” host Rachel Campos-Duffy and her husband Sean Duffy, a former Republican congressman, blasted Disney last week for replacing actor Tim Allen for Chris Evans to voice “Toy Story” character Buzz Lightyear in the spinoff “Lightyear.”
An investigation into accusations that Meghan Markle bullied royal aides has concluded. But the findings are being kept under wraps, allegedly because Buckingham Palace is “terrified” of antagonizing Meghan and her husband, Prince Harry, who’ve routinely trashed all-things royal.
Governor Gavin Newsom (D-CA) took some heat on Friday for a video — in which he wielded an AR-15 — made to tout two new gun control laws he had just signed banning “ghost guns” and firearms marketing aimed at younger audiences.
A former Pfizer employee turned whistleblower says that the main goal of the COVID-19 injections falsely being labeled “vaccines”, is to weaponize a human being’s immune system to kill itself. Karen Kingston, a former Pfizer employee, and current analyst said that the ingredients in the Pfizer “vaccine” are “poison.”
“Their mission statement is harnessing the immune system’s full potential to fight human disease,” Kingston read on a slide projected on the screen during her appearance at “Matrixxx Grooove with Jeff and Shady” on Brighteon.TV. “I mean, this is straight out of ‘Agent Smith’s mouth.’ I don’t mean to sound like a conspiracy theorist, but then BioNTech is like ‘we’re gonna edit people’s immune system so it kills themselves.’”
Kingston brought up a study published in the National Library of Medicine that states that the SARS-COV-2 virus can directly infect and may undergo limited transmission in human populations. Meaning, the virus is incredibly weak. But if they can just get in there in the form of a spike protein, the immune system will kill itself attempting to eradicate the foreign spike protein.
“They’re like ‘we made a virus, if we can get it into your body, we may be able to do some damage,” Kingston said. “So it’s unlikely that you’ll ever be able to infect another person, and it’s unlikely you’re going to die from it. So we need to further adapt it so that it becomes more deadly and more infectious. And we can say that it’s an epidemic or pandemic,” she said.
This is likely why all colds and cases of flu in the past few years have been called “COVID-19” in order to panic the masses into getting injected with the weaponized spike protein. It also makes sense that those who have taken the shots are experiencing AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome), which is a complete degradation of the natural immune system.
The United Kingdom-based Telegraph media outlet is reporting that the escalating global food crisis is an inside job perpetrated not by Russia but by corrupt Western powers.
The UK is essentially the ringleader, the Telegraph claims, along with the United States. Both of these globalist-controlled countries want the world to believe that Vladimir Putin is somehow holding the world’s food trade hostage when nothing could be further from the truth.
We are constantly told by Western propaganda outlets that Russia placed mines at Black Sea ports to prevent food from getting in and out. Russia says this is a lie, and that Ukraine planted those mines itself upon its retreat from the area.
UK Prime Minister and circus clown Boris Johnson told Brits that Russia is to blame for Ukraine’s food supply – Ukraine is a top exporter or grains and other key commodities – not being able to leave Black Sea ports. These goods must be exported by sea, Johnson alleged, further claiming that Russia is holding the world “ransom.”
History has shown that credit for great achievements often goes to the wrong person. King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain initially gave credit for the discovery of the new world to Amerigo Vespucci rather than to Christopher Columbus. The political agenda was to declare the new lands the sole property of Spain and not share them with other European monarchs. Of course, Leif Erikson had explored the new continent in the 11th Century, and evidence suggests that the ancient Egyptians were importing cocaine from central America for the Pharaohs long before that. Indeed it may well be that America is the real historical Atlantis; the great lands beyond the Pillars of Hercules (Gibraltar) told by the ancient Egyptians to Plato. But I digress.
If you are like me, you were probably taught in school that Gutenberg invented movable-type printing, Thomas Edison invented the electric light, that the Wright Brothers built the first powered aircraft, that Henry Ford invented the automobile, Alexander Bell invented the telephone, and Marconi invented radio.
But Panfilo Castaldi invented movable-type printing in 1426, 14 years before Gutenberg. Chinese printer Pi Sheng invented the movable type printer in 1041 A.D. and examples of Chinese printing, brought to Europe by Marco Polo, inspired Castaldi.
Humphrey Davy invented the light bulb in 1802, 77 years before Edison.
Gustave Whitehead flew his powered aircraft in 1901, two years before Kitty Hawk. A recently discovered photograph confirms the event, and a reconstruction of his original design by aviation engineers not only proved it could fly, but flew better than the first Wright flyer.
Likewise, while Henry Ford produced the first affordable automobile, Carl Benz (later of Mercedes-Benz) manufactured and sold the first gasoline powered motor car in 1885.
The first telephone was created by Antonio Meucci, who was too poor to file a patent. (There is compelling evidence that a young Alexander Bell actually stole Meucci's plans when he worked at the offices of a potential investor of the device)
Nicola Tesla filed a patent for radio in 1897. Marconi attempted to file a patent for radio in 1900 but was rejected due to Tesla's prior work. But Marconi, with greater resources from his backers, succeeded in building the first radio able to transmit across the Atlantic ocean, and the media of the day proclaimed him the father of the invention. In 1943, the United States Supreme Court ruled that Tesla, not Marconi, had come up with the idea first, and that Marconi's Atlantic transmitter clearly used Tesla's designs.
I mention this because there is a name I want you all to remember. Dr. Gilbert Levin.
The trend of corporate leftism continues as companies insist on pushing the radical, left-wing agenda, but one bank in the U.K. just found out that going woke is a costly pander to the left.
The possibility of alien life on Mars is a topic that has captivated astronomers for decades.
Despite the scientific community’s best efforts, however, no proof of past or present life has been found on Mars.
Still, that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s not there, many experts have concluded.
There may be several ways that evidence of alien life on Mars could be evading us.