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CREEPY UNCLE JOE: Biden’s Sweet Nothings; Whispers Answers to Press in Odd Exchange



Maybe President Joe Biden feels remorseful for condescendingly snapping at the press corps last week, so he has changed his tune. In an uncomfortable and bizarre press conference Thursday, Biden slowly whispered his answers into the microphone.

Biden announced a bipartisan agreement had been made on his infrastructure package. “We have a deal,” Biden said outside the White House. “We have made serious compromises on both ends,” said the president.

When responding to questions from the press, Biden turned his enthusiasm into sweet nothings. “I got them $1.9 trillion dollars in relief so far” he whispered with his head lowered to the mic. “They’re going to be getting checks in the mail that are consequential,” he said. In another response, he quietly said, “I wrote the bill” then lowered his head further “on the environment.”

At one point Biden’s sweet whispers crossed the creepy line when he said “pay them more” followed by a pause, open mouth and steely wide-opened eyes. Without moving he then raised his voice for some reason and appears to have forgotten what he was talking about said, “this is an employee” pause, “an employee’s bargaining chip” then back to a quiet whisper, “now.” He finished his statement by questioning “what’s happening?” We were wondering the same thing, Mr. President.

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    June 25, 2021 at 9:11 am

    How much longer is it going to take to get this DEMENTED FOOL out of the Oval Office.??

  2. JezMyOpinion

    June 25, 2021 at 9:40 am

    Wow. We won’t survive a full term under Biden. We need Trump back at the helm.

  3. Carolyn Jones

    June 25, 2021 at 11:19 am

    I have a sign that reads “Creepy Joe”. He certainly lived up to that yesterday, didn’t ol’ sippy cup?

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Biden On Defunding The Police: Do Republicans Think We’re Sucking Blood Out Of Kids?



President Biden Meets With Union And Business Leaders To Discuss Infrastructure

President Biden demonstrated his relationship with reality on Thursday after attempting to rebut a reporter who questioned the administration’s claims on Republicans being the ones advocating for defunding the police.

“I’m the Democratic Party; I am president. So is the Speaker of the House and so is the, the Majority Leader,” Biden claimed. “We are not defunding the police.”

“Okay,” a reporter responded. “And are there people who — in the Democratic Party, who want to defund the police?”

“Are there people in the Republican Party who think we’re sucking the blood out of kids?” Biden responded.

Biden’s response was in support of his administration’s claim that Republicans were the ones who wanted to defund the police, a claim that earned “Three Pinocchios” from the Washington Post.

The Washington Post reported, “Although Republicans all opposed Biden’s coronavirus relief package, no one voted to cut, or defund, anything. Rather, Democrats proposed $350 billion in emergency funds for state and local governments, and Republicans voted against those extra funds. That’s not a reduction.”

Contradicting the Biden administration’s claim, numerous Democrats have actually defunded their city’s police departments. In New York City, for example, Democrats removed $1 billion from the New York Police Department’s budget, which was criticized by other Democrats for not being enough. Further, in Los Angeles, Democrats cut the Los Angeles Police Department’s budget by $150 million, and the move was praised by Vice President Kamala Harris.

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Supreme Court Lawyers Tell Commission Packing the Court Is a Bad Idea



Joe Biden’s Supreme Court Commission was told packing the Court is a bad idea. And no, it wasn’t from a group of conservative legislators; the message came directly from Supreme Court lawyers.

Maureen Mahoney, a co-chair of the Supreme Court Practitioners’ Committee, told the Commission panel they are opposed to expanding the bench and adding more justices. The news is undoubtedly upsetting to liberals who have demanded Biden put more liberals justices in place.

During his presidential election, Biden refused to take a stand as to whether or not he was for or against packing the court but allowed the political environment, media and members of congress to fester on the issue. Instead, Biden created the Commission on the Supreme Court in April through executive order.

The Commission is composed of both liberal and conservative members who are expected to give a report in November about potential changes that the president and Congress could implement for the court. The next commission meeting is scheduled to take place November 10, and the conclusion of its findings are expected November 14.

“A larger bench could make arguments less productive, deliberations more difficult and yield even more opinions with less clarity in the law” sated Mahoney. However, the commission also heard from a group of progressive activists claiming adding more justices is long overdue. Funny, they did not say that during the Trump administration.

The Washington Times writes of the hearing:

During Tuesday’s hours-long meeting, a number of legal scholars testified about various changes to the high court and whether alterations would make the court more or less political.

Curt Levey, president of the Committee for Justice, pushed back against accusations that the conservative majority has only delivered wins for Republicans.

“There’s now been — starting with the Warren Court — 60 years of the living Constitution being used to push the law in a progressive direction. While there are certainly on the conservative side, there have been politically influenced decisions, you haven’t had this freewheeling, making things up out of whole cloth that you have had with the living Constitution,” he said.

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