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  OAN now ?
Posted by: j.p. - 10 hours ago - Forum: Local Chatter - Replies (3)

Looks like a retraction. Maybe this will call off the Dominion hounds.

Report: One America News Quietly Pulls Dominion Stories from Website (mediaite.com)

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  And so it starts
Posted by: k.d. - Yesterday, 05:46 PM - Forum: The Nation - Replies (4)

The Biden Institute at the University of Delaware has refused to disclose all of its donors now that Joe Biden is President, according to Politico.
[Image: biden%20delaware.jpg?itok=B_bruaay]Joe Biden speaks during an event to formally launch the Biden Institute at the University of Delaware on March 13, 2017. | Patrick Semansky/AP Photo
The Institute, established in 2017 with a goal of raising $20 million, promises to embody the spirit of "honesty, integrity, compassion and courage" that it claims Biden stands for - yet, as Politico notes, "the Biden Institute continues to engage in a multimillion-dollar fundraising campaign, which could attract donations from those interested in currying favor with the Biden administration."
Meanwhile, Biden's pick for Secretary of State, Tony Blinken, is facing calls to explain over $20 million in anonymous Chinese funding of the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement, established in 2018 and run by Blinken since its inception along with former Obama Administration aides.

The National Legal and Policy Center (NPLC) is demanding "that the University of Pennsylvania and its Penn Biden Center disclose the identity of $22 million in anonymous Chinese donations since 2017, including a single eye-popping donation of $14.5 million given on May 29, 2018, shortly after the opening of the Biden Center in Washington, DC. Altogether, China gave $67 million in two years to the University of Pennsylvania."
Apparently nobody asked Blinken about this during his confirmation hearing on Tuesday.
At least 28 people with ties to Biden nonprofits and academic centers have either advised his transition or are joining the Biden administration.

Quote:Tony Blinken, Biden’s pick for secretary of State, worked as a managing director at the Penn Biden Center and was paid nearly $80,000 in the first six months of 2019, according to his personal financial disclosure.
Other Penn Biden Center alumni joining the administration include Steve Ricchetti, who will be a White House counselor to Biden; Brian McKeon, Biden’s choice for a top State Department post; Colin Kahl, Biden’s pick for under secretary of Defense for policy; Jeff Prescott, whom Biden will nominate as deputy ambassador to the United Nations; and Carlyn Reichel, Juan Gonzalez and Ariana Berengaut, all of whom will serve on the National Security Council staff.
Ted Kaufman, who’s running the transition, served as the Biden Foundation’s chair, and Louisa Terrell, who will be Biden’s White House legislative affairs director, drew a salary of more than $220,000 as its executive director, according to a tax filing. -Politico
 We're sure the MSM will get right on that Chinese money trail.

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  He's gone
Posted by: j.p. - Yesterday, 03:07 PM - Forum: The Nation - No Replies

No need to fear him anymore. 

No one should be afraid of Donald Trump: He is the biggest loser in U.S. political history | Salon.com

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  Note left for Bejing Biden
Posted by: k.d. - Yesterday, 02:02 PM - Forum: Local Chatter - Replies (1)

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  Day One Decree
Posted by: k.d. - Yesterday, 01:50 PM - Forum: Local Chatter - Replies (2)

Allow boys in girl's bathroom.

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  Bolsheviks in Control Now
Posted by: k.d. - Yesterday, 11:43 AM - Forum: The Nation - No Replies

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2021/...upporters/

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  Biden's to do (or not to do) list
Posted by: j.p. - Yesterday, 11:22 AM - Forum: World View - No Replies

1) Do not "forgive loans" (Student loans in particular)

This is pure pandering and payback. College students are presumably is some of the "best and brightest" we have. Motivation should be added. We need to expect them to have the means to pay them back. If they are in dire straights there are a MYRIAD of programs to help them out. Not to mention the message we send right out of the chute that financial responsibility is not necessary.

Some say loan forgiveness is a precursor to free college. I would also vehemently be against as well. There is no "national security" need for college as there is for elementary and secondary education. And there is currently no lack of demand for college even with the high cost.

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  Biden's tall task
Posted by: j.p. - Yesterday, 10:42 AM - Forum: The Nation - No Replies

Cleaning up the mess

Cleaning up Trump's American carnage: Biden turns from resistance to rebuilding | Salon.com


Quote:Four years ago today, Donald Trump proclaimed, "American Carnage stops right here and stops right now." He should have said, "American carnage starts right here, right now." There isn't room here to list it all. And Lord knows, we don't want to relive it anyway. But it's important to remember that Trump's crimes in office go beyond "norm busting" and being a pathological liar. He was corrupt on an unprecedented level and he abused the power of the presidency repeatedly putting his own needs ahead of the national interest time and again. He showed reckless disregard for the greatest public health crisis in over a century and the ensuing economic crisis. And he promulgated an egregious disinformation campaign to overturn the results of the 2020 election, incited his supporters to sack the US Capitol and then stood by and did nothing as they stormed the halls of Congress chanting "hang Mike Pence!" 

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  We knew it was Coming
Posted by: k.d. - Yesterday, 10:38 AM - Forum: World View - No Replies

https://www.bitchute.com/video/NksN3_Ust_g/

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  Biden's Dark Winter
Posted by: k.d. - Yesterday, 10:22 AM - Forum: The Nation - Replies (1)

[b]I&I Editorial[/b]
Joe Biden will be sworn in as America’s 46th president on Wednesday. Far from being the start of an era of reconciliation, it will be an acceleration of the disunity that his party and its media division have whipped up. God, please have mercy on the United States of America.
A few days removed from the 2020 election, Biden warned, as the coronavirus count was nearing 10 million, that the country was “facing a very dark winter.” We don’t disagree. Bleak days are ahead. But we disagree on the reason. This winter, and at least the next two years, are going to be grim as the Democrats, with the eager support of the legacy media, are going to continue to rip the country apart.

There’s not much healing in our future when:

  • Biden less than two weeks ago compared Donald Trump and Republican Sens. Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley to Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels.

  • A Democratic member of the House is obviously pleased that “that Congress is looking into creating an investigative commission to ‘rein in’ the media,” meaning, of course, the few independent outlets that refuse to operate as the Democratic Party’s marketing department.

  • The inauguration will be infected by “a climate of fear and loathing” because the Democrats won’t stop feeding the narrative that Trump and his supporters are deplorable insurrectionists. 

  • The bright lights of the media want to know “how are we going to really almost deprogram these people who have signed up for the cult of Trump,” and are agitating for a “cleansing” of the Trump “movement.” 

  • A political analyst from Democratic Party favorite MSNBC says “MAGA terrorists” – largely those on the right with whom he disagrees – are “much more dangerous” than Al Qaeda after 9-11, in part since it “didn’t have cable news channels endorsing its worldview 24/7, spreading its hate-filled ideology and vicious, deluded conspiracy theories to millions of Americans.”

  • And a cybersecurity expert insists “we’re going to have to figure out the OANN and Newsmax problem,” referring to a pair of cable outlets that are alternatives to the hard-left cheerleading regularly seen on the broadcast networks, CNN, MSNBC, and others.
We have just been dragged through four years of “resistance,” that included a coup effort directed by the Democrats and stoked by the media, the “othering” of those who refused to conform to the left’s demands, and claims that all the Trump voters as well as those who simply refused to vote for Hillary Clinton are racists. The inauguration will not erase the raw feelings – it will only harden them. With evening in American fast approaching, flying the U.S. flag at half-staff Wednesday would not seem an inappropriate expression of mourning.

Americans, and we’d guess roughly half of them, are convinced, and for good reason, that, as former House Speaker Newt Gingrich has said, “our liberties are being cancelled and our religions are under assault.” Institutions and businesses that have been co-opted by the Democratic Party have turned on this large group of Americans, siding with the radical Black Lives Matter, adopting “woke” positions, and tolerating Antifa.
How can this nation heal from these cuts and bruises while the Democrats are consolidating power to set up a single-party government they hope will rule, not govern under constitutional limits, in perpetuity?

There are few sunny days ahead when the party in power is madly lusting for investigations, is determined to purge its political rivals and their ideas and speech, and isn’t far from establishing a China-style “social credit” system, in which a person’s ability to participate in society is judged by his or her dedication to the ruling class and its directives.
We’re not saying another four years of Trump would have brought the country together. But at least a second term would not have been seen by his supporters in and out of Washington as an opportunity to re-educate the other side, carry out endless recriminations, and politicize even the most minute corners of our lives, driving us even further apart.
— Written by the I&I Editorial Board

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