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"Nothing, nothing I'm about to recommend, in any way impinges on the second amendment. They're phony arguments suggesting that these are second amendment rights at stake from what we're talking about, but no amendment, no amendment to the constitution is absolute." — Joe Biden
No more political correctness. No more avoiding topics. No more denying reality to cater to feelings. "Truth is treason in the empire of lies."
Why is it that if you don't bow to a few people online, you're every phobe in the book? When will we finally use critical thinking skills to look at things objectively?
Biden brings numbered notes with pictures to his very first press conference, AOC rails against those who hold establishment politicians accountable for their actions (or lack thereof), Manchin continues to be the scapegoat of the Democratic Party, Bernie speaks out against big tech censorship of Donald Trump, Georgia's GOP signs voting rights legislation into law, the president of Mexico calls Biden out for his pathetic handli...
Someone call the Stair Lift salesman because President Joe Biden is having trouble making it up those pesky steps, but sure, watch how quickly he "runs up ramps." In other news, the White House fired several employees and sent others home for smoking marijuana! Remember when Vice President Harris admitted to doing the very same thing? Also, what do you think about the fact that Joe Biden referred to her as "President Ha...
Kentucky's Senate passes a bill to make disrespecting cops a crime, the Floyd trial begins shortly, the House passes a police reform bill again, Democrats block the $15 minimum wage, an immigration crisis rages on, bills to restrict and expand voting rights flood the states, the PRO Act passes the House, Manchin and Biden stand in the way of ending the filibuster, Trump plans his return to social media, Biden schedules a press ...
Andrew Cuomo has been accused of sexual harassment by multiple people, Biden launched airstrikes against Syria a month after being elected (surprise, surprise), the Senate Parliamentarian blocked the minimum wage as Democrats fail to end the filibuster, several attempts to virtue signal pass the House, many more have been gunned down by Myanmar's de facto government, Trump teases a 2024 run at Florida's CPAC, McCarthy bets ...
Daniel Prude was lynched on camera in the middle of the street while naked with his hands cuffed behind his back and a "spit sack" over his head, and the officers got away with it. Also, news outlets fight Facebook for compensation, the Democratic Party continues to virtue signal, Trump is expected to announce that he is the 2024 GOP presumptive nominee, Illinois passes criminal justice reform, the protests continue in Indi...
The Senate acquits Trump, Kyrsten Sinema kills the $15 minimum wage, the CDC is pushing to reopen schools, China bans BBC, the U.S. sanctions Myanmar, Navanly supporters continue to protest, and more.
The Democratic Party uses budget reconciliation to pass the COVID relief bill, the $15 minimum wage may finally pass, prominent politicians pressure Biden to cancel student loan debt, Fox News cancels Lou Dobbs Tonight, the Supreme Court rules in favor of CA churches, Andre Hill's killer is charged with murder, and more.
A coordinated effort by Redditors bankrupts billionaire hedge funds, a Myanmar fitness instructor makes a dance video as a military-led coup occurs behind her, Jeff Bezos steps down as the CEO of Amazon, Trump loses his impeachment legal team, Alexei Navalny is imprisoned for "violating parole" after being transported to Germany to be revived from a poisoning allegedly ordered by Putin, and more.
The Democratic Party and the Biden administration have made several grand gestures over the first week of his presidency, but when it comes down to actually accomplishing anything, they fall short. Why? Because they refuse to end the filibuster.
Joe Biden is officially the president. Let's see if he can do something different than he has for the past half a century.
Donald Trump has made history several times throughout his one-term presidency, but "the only president to be impeached twice" is definitely at the top of the list of achievements to be remembered by.
Trump's attempts to stage a coup finally materialized, resulting in thousands of his supporters "breaking into" the Capitol building in Washington, D.C. and interrupting Congress in the process.
A recap of the past week in politics with a new guest: Baris Gursakal. Happy 1st Birthday to Ride The Fence!
The second COVID-19 relief bill is stopped by Trump, most of Washington gets vaccinated, travel to and from the UK is halted due to a variant of the coronavirus, Romney keeps posturing, Barr denies special counsel for election fraud, Newsmax and Fox News backtrack on fraud claims, Biden announces another handful of cabinet members, Alexei Navalny releases audio from a conversation with the man who attempted to kill him, and more.
The Electoral College declares Joe Biden the winner, Attorney General Bill Barr resigns, federal executions continue, Biden and Harris are named TIME's "Person of the Year," Congress continues the fight over a second stimulus bill, Steve Schmidt reaches out to AOC, the Proud Boys protest in a "Stop the Steal" march, the FTC sues Facebook and others for violating antitrust laws, and more.
Rudy Giuliani tests positive for COVID-19, Joe Biden continues to announce horrific cabinet picks, Austin Mayor Steve Adler tells his city's residents to stay at home from his family vacation in Mexico, the House moves to decriminalize (not legalize) marijuana, Michael Flynn encourages the use of martial law, Trump announces his 2024 bid for president, and more.
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