Dithering, Lawlessness, A hate-crime hoax and the week that was
Category: Op/EdBy: vic-eldred • 5 months ago • 37 comments
With many crises still unresolved and Biden's "Build Back Better deal" stalled in the Senate, the nation faced new challenges from it's enemies. Last seen, Joe Biden was delivering a tribute to the late Bob Dole. At the end he read the instructions to himself out loud, as if it was part of the text.
The week began with the president seeking a way to stop Vladimir Putin from invading the Ukraine. The Russians now have about 120,000 troops on the Ukraine border. Those figures, updated Wednesday, include some 98,000 ground troops and about 22,000 air and naval forces, according to the INTELL assessment. While the latest assessment does not indicate the likelihood or timeline of a potential invasion, Brig. Gen. Kyrylo Budanov, head of Ukraine’s defense intelligence, claims that Russia is preparing for an invasion by late January or early February. Nobody knows what was said In their private meeting together, but president Biden had few cards to play and may have simply guaranteed that the Ukraine would never be a member of NATO. The ultimate decision rests with the man whom Biden has constantly insulted.
A verdict was reached last night in the Jussie Smollett trial. Smollett was found guilty of five counts of lying to police and staging a fake hate-crime hoax. Of course, the majority of normal human beings thought Smollett's story sounded like a hoax right from the beginning, but not the lefties around us. They bought it hook, line and sinker. Our biased media, which claims to be against "disinformation" had been the leading purveyor of it. BLM released a statement last night saying that they could never trust the police.
“In our commitment to abolition, we can never believe police, especially the Chicago Police Department (CPD) over Jussie Smollett, a Black man who has been courageously present, visible, and vocal in the struggle for Black freedom,” the director of BLM Grassroots said in a statement.
At least 12 major U.S. cities have broken annual homicide records in 2021 -- and there's still three weeks to go in the year.
A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia ruled that although Trump retained some authority to claim executive privilege, it was not strong enough to overcome President Joe Biden's decision that Congress has a legitimate need for the material.
Attorney Eric Kaardal, special counsel with the Thomas More Society representing the Wisconsin Voter Alliance, is challenging the $8.8 million the Mark Zuckerberg-funded Center for Tech and Civic Life sent to local election managers in Milwaukee, Madison, Green Bay, Racine, and Kenosha last year. “We just need to go to the circuit court judges and get them to agree that we can’t have election officials in Wisconsin taking $8.8 million for increasing votes in their respective jurisdictions without legislative approval,” Kaardal explained.
In other stories:
Fox News celebrated the rebuilding and lighting of a second Christmas tree:
The Senate voted Wednesday night to repeal President Joe Biden's vaccine mandate on private businesses with over 100 employees by a vote of 52-48. Two Democrats crossed party lines and voted with all Republicans present to repeal the mandate.
The Senate agreed on a framework to raise the debt ceiling with a simple majority.
Another radical Biden nominee squeaks by the Senate, as VP Harris is used to break a tie vote. Rachel Rollins, the angry bigot MA DA was appointed as US Attorney for MA.
What have we learned?
Jussie Smollett has become symbolic of the American left. He stood before the nation and told a vicious lie. There is that cadre on the left who will continue to believe that lie, as they worship at the alter of AOC, Marx, Pelosi and BLM. Joe Biden and the globalists have hijacked democracy in the name of democracy. And finally, there is no way that anyone can stop Russia from taking back the Ukraine.
Here, we still have those who live in denial. They deny that crime is rising or that the Russia hoax was a hoax.
Let’s hear it for toxic masculinity:
Cartoon of the Week:
The Smollett Jury, which had more integrity than our elected officials.
Robert Joseph Dole