Isn’t it amazing. We have a new presidential administration coming into office in just eight days and the world is already in a collapse.
As has been predicted for the last eight-plus months, if a bumbling senator that has been in politics for 51 years and as a senator for 47 years, is to be elected, the world political stage will become a mess before he is able to step foot into the White House as a president.
Biden was elected a New Castle County Councillor in 1970 and became the sixth-youngest senator in American history when he was elected to the US Senate from Delaware in 1972, at the age of 29. Biden was a longtime member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and eventually became its chairman.
This is perhaps the most controversial aspect of Biden’s career. The Democrat has defended the 1994 Crime Bill, which he largely wrote and saw through the Senate, as lowering violent crime. Critics on both the right and the left see it as one of his biggest weaknesses.
In particular, the bill is accused of leading to mass incarceration, or at the very least exacerbating the trend of mass incarceration, and disproportionately affecting African Americans. Biden has said that some aspects of the bill were a mistake.
In 1974, he told a reporter that “when it comes to issues like abortion … I’m about as liberal as your grandmother. I don’t like the [Roe v. Wade] decision on abortion. I think it went too far. I don’t think that a woman has the sole right to say what should happen to her body.” In 1981, he voted for a constitutional amendment that would let states overturn Roe v. Wade.
Roe v. Wade, 410 U.S. 113, was a landmark decision of the U.S. Supreme Court in which the Court ruled that the Constitution of the United States protects a pregnant woman’s liberty to choose to have an abortion without excessive government restriction.
He is a self-described “gaffe machine” who has falsely said he was shot at in Iraq, that he met survivors of the 2018 Parkland, Florida, school shooting while he was vice president, problem is, the shooting happened after he left office, and that he was arrested while trying to visit Nelson Mandela in apartheid-era South Africa. He later said he was just detained.
In speeches throughout the 1980’s, he repeatedly claimed to have “marched in the civil rights movement,” and cited “Bull Connor and his dogs” as what “galvanized” his political awakening. There is no evidence of Biden joining civil rights marches during this era, though he did take part in a picket outside downtown Wilmington’s segregated Rialto movie theater in the 1960’s.
While Biden has “co-sponsored” plenty of bills and acted as an advocate, the only bill readily available that Mr Biden wrote in his 47 years in office is the 1994 crime bill and even with that, he had help. So what has he done in 47 years?
As for the predictions? Let’s list some of them that have come to fruition, keeping in mind, the best is yet to come and I’m sure will be kept out of the public eye as it would surely put an end to the Democratic party all together.
IMF board, citing increased credit exposure risks, raises reserve target. The fund’s 24 executive directors increased the target to Special Drawing Rights 25 billion, or around $36 billion, from SDR 20 billion, or $29 billion, after a regular biannual review conducted at the end of October, the IMF said in a statement and who do you think they are going to look at for that extra money? The US.
Everyone on the planet should have seen this one coming and if they didn’t, they must have been asleep.
Kim Jong Un Calls U.S. North Korea’s ‘Biggest Enemy,’ Vows To Advance Nuclear Arsenal. “Our external political activities must focus on controlling and subjugating the United States, our archenemy and the biggest stumbling block to the development of our revolution.” What do you suppose will keep Mr Kim quite. Money, of course.
The Democratic party is so out of control, they were not able to wait till Mr Biden steps foot into the White House before resuming their normal tactics.
Freshman House Member Demands Pelosi Explain Why Chinese Government’s Newspaper is Coming to Congressional Offices
“I did not request China Daily, nor did my staff,” Hinson wrote in a letter to Pelosi, noting she had discovered the paper in her office upon arriving in Congress. “I am appalled that this could happen,” Hinson added. “I write to insist you use the control you have as Speaker of the House of Representatives to stop the [Chinese Communist Party] from distributing its state-run publication within our hallowed halls.”
China Daily, a propaganda organ of China’s Communist Party, distributes copies of its English-language version to members of Congress, and periodically draws attention for making wild claims backed by the Chinese government. Those have included its assertion this month that the Chinese “reeducation centers” holding millions of Uighurs have helped women to become more than “baby-making machines,” and its claim last year that AIDS “spread to the world” after it was “first discovered” in the United States.
Hinson noted that the paper is registered under the Foreign Agents Registration Act, preventing its employees from accessing congressional press galleries. “Yet, their mal-intended work appears on my doorstep, alongside the newspapers of the American free press,” Hinson wrote. “This is a flagrant violation of the taxpayers’ trust. Frankly, I am disgusted.”
And last, but not least, lets do whatever we want…
Liberal law professor warns of the damage Democrats would do to Constitution if they impeach Trump again.
According to the constitutional law professor, Democrats will “gut” the Constitution’s free speech protections and its impeachment standard if they move to impeach Trump over last week’s violence.
“Democrats are pushing this dangerously vague standard while objecting to their own remarks given new meaning from critics. Conservatives have pointed to Maxine Waters asking her supporters to confront Republicans in restaurants, while Ayanna Pressley insisted amidst the violent marches last year that ‘there needs to be unrest in the streets,’ and Kamala Harris said ‘protesters should not let up’ even as some of those marches turned violent,” Turley wrote. “They can legitimately argue their rhetoric was not meant to be a call for violence, but this standard is filled with subjectivity.”
“The damage caused by the rioters this week was enormous, however, it will pale in comparison to the damage from a new precedent of a snap impeachment for speech protected under the First Amendment. It is the very threat that the framers sought to avoid in crafting the impeachment standard,” Turley explained.