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Russia's purported plan to install pro-Kremlin
leadership in Ukraine 'deeply concerning,'
White House says
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Posted by Moritz55 1/23/2022 12:13:50 AM Post Reply
President Biden met with his national security team Saturday amid reports that Russia was planning to install a pro-Kremlin leader in Ukraine. One U.S. official told Fox News the reports were "deeply concerning." Late Saturday, the White House posted a photo on social media, showing Biden and advisers at Camp David, Maryland, where they gathered to discuss "continued Russian aggressive actions toward Ukraine."
Michigan Democrat initially suggests 'White
supremacy' to blame for attack on Texas synagogue
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Posted by Moritz55 1/17/2022 7:10:10 PM Post Reply
Democratic Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel suggested Saturday that "White supremacy" could be to blame for the attack on a Texas synagogue by a British national seeking the release of a convicted terrorist dubbed "Lady Al-Qaeda." In a video clip first reported by the Washington Free Beacon, Nessel told MSNBC's Yasmin Vossoughian that a rise in hate crimes and formation of White supremacist extremist organizations across the country would make the realization they perpetrated such an event hardly a surprise. According to the Free Beacon, it had been reported already that the suspect was demanding the release of Aafia Siddiqui, the Pakistani woman convicted in New York
Pennsylvania Republicans to draft bill
to relocate migrants on Biden DHS flights
to Delaware
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Posted by Moritz55 1/14/2022 2:02:21 AM Post Reply
Republicans in the Pennsylvania State Senate plan to draft a bill that would relocate migrants entering the state on Biden administration-sponsored flights to the president's home state of Delaware. State Sen. Mario Scavello, a Republican from Mount Pocono, issued a memo to colleagues asking them to support the forthcoming bill. "In the very near future, I intend to introduce legislation to address the influx of illegal immigrants being relocated into Pennsylvania," Scavello wrote, adding that his legislation will be fashioned after similar intentions voiced by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. The legislation would implement a transportation program for the relocation of migrants from the commonwealth to the neighboring state
Washington Post awards Biden 'Four Pinocchios'
for false claim he was 'arrested' during
civil rights protest
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Posted by Moritz55 1/13/2022 8:20:47 PM Post Reply
The Washington Post awarded President Biden its harshest fact-check rating of "Four Pinocchios" over his false claim this week that he was "arrested" for the first time as a teenager while attending a civil rights protest in Delaware. In a Thursday piece headlined, "Biden claims yet another arrest for which there’s little evidence," Glenn Kessler, The Post's resident fact-checker, wrote that Biden was "not always a reliable source" when it came to his "exaggerated" stories, and that too many elements of his claim didn't add up.
Sen. Tim Scott: Biden's voting rights
speech was 'offensive' to me as a Southerner
and an American
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Posted by Moritz55 1/12/2022 7:49:29 PM Post Reply
Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., said Wednesday he was "offended" by President Biden's divisive voting rights speech, telling Fox News the country has "fought too hard, too long for the progress that he’s denying." "It's offensive to me as a Southerner, but more importantly, it’s offensive to me as an American," Scott told "The Story" host Martha MacCallum. Biden warned of a stark dichotomy between the proponents and opponents of the Democrats' election law overhaul bill dubbed the "John Lewis Voting Rights Act," asking a crowd in Atlanta on Tuesday whether they were on the side of reviled figures like segregationist Gov. George Wallace and Confederate President Jefferson Davis, or
McConnell fires back at Biden's 'profoundly
unpresidential' speech: 'Deliberately divisive'
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Posted by Moritz55 1/12/2022 4:33:40 PM Post Reply
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., fired back at President Biden after the latter’s flawed election overhaul speech in Georgia on Tuesday, with the GOP leader saying the speech "undermines democracy." McConnell torched the president from the Senate floor on Wednesday, tearing into Biden over his widely panned speech, calling it a "deliberately divisive" and one that was "designed to pull our country further apart." The top Senate Republican said Biden "called millions of Americans his domestic enemies" in the speech and "shouted that if you disagree with him, you’re George Wallace."
MSNBC's Al Sharpton: Biden's voting address
was a 'you're going to hell' speech, not
a vote-getting one
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Posted by Moritz55 1/12/2022 1:51:02 PM Post Reply
MSNBC's Al Sharpton said President Biden's emotionally charged address Tuesday didn't seem like one intended to win support for sweeping Democratic election legislation, calling it a "you're going to hell" speech. Sharpton, a liberal activist in addition to his weekend hosting duties on MSNBC, was on hand for Biden's Atlanta address, where the president framed the debate over Democratic election overhauls in stark terms: Either you were with reviled figures like segregationist Gov. George Wallace and Confederate President Jefferson Davis, or on the side of civil rights leaders Martin Luther King Jr., and the late John Lewis, whom one of the proposed Democratic voting bills is named after.
What Makes Riots, Conspiracies, Cabals,
and Insurrections ‘Good’ or ‘Bad’?
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Posted by Moritz55 1/10/2022 9:05:48 PM Post Reply
“Indeed, men too often take upon themselves in the prosecution of their revenge to set the example of doing away with those general laws to which all alike can look for salvation in adversity, instead of allowing them to subsist against the day of danger when their aid may be required.” —Thucydides, on the stasis at Corcyra. If the Republicans take the House or perhaps even the Senate, what new norms will they inherit from the Democratic majority of 2019-2021? Will Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) on national television ritually tear up the text of Joe Biden’s State of the Union Address and grimace while he speaks?
Nancy Pelosi's Legacy Will Come to Haunt Democrats replies
Posted by Moritz55 1/10/2022 7:35:12 PM Post Reply
Despite speculation to the contrary, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is reportedly running for reelection in her San Francisco-based congressional district. But she is expected to honor a term-limit deal she made with a group of House Democrats ready to oust her in 2019, returning in a much-diminished role. Party leader since 2003 and speaker from 2007 through 2011 and again since 2019, Pelosi has accrued a legacy that Democrats have good reason to regret.
Race Isn’t a “Risk Factor” replies
Posted by Moritz55 1/10/2022 2:08:34 AM Post Reply
As the country continues to battle a surge of COVID-19 cases, many authorities are turning to new antiviral treatments, which can aid people diagnosed with the virus who are at high risk of falling seriously ill. The problem is, there’s a shortage of these medicines, forcing governments to ration them. Authorities are understandably trying to direct their limited supply of these life-saving treatments to those who need them most. But in New York, those authorities have decided that the color of one’s skin is one way to define that need.
Joe Biden’s Potemkin presidency replies
Posted by Moritz55 1/10/2022 1:38:41 AM Post Reply
The one-year anniversary of the January 6 riots unfolded in a manner as dramatic as it was predictable. The Pearl Harbor and 9/11 comparisons were uttered before noon — not by some media hack on MSNBC, but by our own vice president. Democrats, led by Speaker Pelosi, stood on the steps of the Capitol adorned with face masks and holding fake candles to hold a prayer vigil. At one particularly bizarre point during the day’s ceremonies, Pelosi introduced playwright Lin-Manuel Miranda, who in turn introduced cast members from his hit musical Hamilton to sing a virtual rendition of “Dear Theodosia.”
AOC tests positive for COVID-19 after
partying in Miami maskless
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Posted by Moritz55 1/9/2022 7:35:40 PM Post Reply
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., has tested positive for the coronavirus, according to a statement from her office on Sunday night. According to a statement, the Congresswoman is recovering from the virus at home and is experiencing symptoms. Rep. Ocasio-Cortez received her booster shot in the fall, according to the statement. The positive coronavirus test comes shortly after the Congresswoman was seen without a mask in a Miami bar, according to video that circulated on social media.