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I want to witness you sorry M...f..ers lose your minds after Donald J. Trumps re-election. You sorry Sacks Of s**t.

« on: May 01, 2020, 12:15:21 PM »
I'll be back to post how and what institutions... The left's brand...they ruin the country they have you n...ers focused on Donald Trump.

« on: May 01, 2020, 11:53:00 AM »

Here’s Everything You Need To Know About Biden Accuser Tara Reade And Her Sexual Assault Allegation, All In One Place

Former Senate staffer Tara Reade has accused 2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden of sexually assaulting her in 1993. Biden has denied the allegations through a spokeswoman but has not personally addressed the allegation.

Since Reade came forward with her allegations in March, two more people have corroborated details of her story and a video of what appears to be her mother discussing her assault in the 1990s has been uncovered.

Reade demanded Tuesday that Biden release Senate papers pertinent to her time serving as his staffer in 1993. He has yet to do so.

A former Senate staffer for 2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden has accused him of sexually assaulting her, and as more and more details emerge about her allegations, the former vice president continues to remain silent.

Tara Reade worked as a Senate staffer for Biden in 1993 and has accused the then-senator of kissing her, touching her and penetrating her with his fingers without her consent.

Reade came forward with her allegations March 24 and on April 9 filed a police report with the D.C. Metropolitan police – a police report which is now inactive, the MPD told the Daily Caller News Foundation Wednesday.

The Biden campaign, which has not responded to repeated requests for comment from the DCNF, has denied the assault and said it “absolutely did not happen,” though Biden has yet to personally address the matter.

An analysis by the Free Beacon Wednesday found that Biden has faced 19 interviews spanning almost 4 hours since Reade came forward. During these interviews, he has faced 142 questions without being asked about Reade.

Five people have corroborated different details of Reade’s account against Biden, a DCNF review of public statements found: her mother, her brother, her close friend, her former neighbor, and her former coworker.

And as pressure mounts for Biden to respond to the allegations, so do Democratic anxieties for their presidential candidate.

Tara Reade’s Allegations Of Sexual Assault
In the spring of 1993, Reade described to the Intercept, she met Biden in a tucked away corner of a hallway in the Russell Senate Office Building. She said a manager had told her to bring him his bag.

Before she was aware what was going on, Reade said, Biden had pressed her against the wall, kissed her, and had put one of his hands under her blouse and the other up her skirt, penetrating her with his fingers.

Reade told the New York Times: “It happened at once. He’s talking to me and his hands are everywhere and everything is happening very quickly. He was kissing me and he said, very low, ‘Do you want to go somewhere else?'”

The former senate staffer told the Intercept she thinks Biden was surprised when she rejected him and pushed him off.

“There was no flirtation, he had no consent. He was by my ears when he said, ‘Do you wanna go somewhere else,'” she said, adding that Biden gave her a big smile.

“He pointed his finger at me and he just goes: ‘You’re nothing to me. Nothing,'” Reade told the Times. “Then, he took my shoulders and said, ‘You’re OK, you’re fine.'”

US Senator Joseph Biden, D-Del., talks to reporters on June 25, 1991 on a Senate proposal to scale back conditions for normal trade relations between China and the United States. - The proposal was made by Senate Majority Leadre George Mitchell, D-Maine (L). (Photo by Kevin LARKIN / AFP) (Photo by KEVIN LARKIN/AFP via Getty Images)
Senator Joseph Biden, D-Del., talks to reporters on June 25, 1991. (KEVIN LARKIN/AFP via Getty Images)

After Biden left, Reade told the Times, she cleaned herself up in a bathroom and went home sobbing. She called her mother who told her to file a police report immediately, she said.

Reade said that instead, she complained to three Biden staffers: Marianne Baker, Biden’s executive assistant, and Dennis Toner and Ted Kaufman, who were both top Biden aides.

But these people would not take action, so Reade filed a written complaint with a Senate personnel office, she told the DCNF. She was told that someone would call her in for a full discussion and meeting – but “that never happened,” she said.

Reade told the DCNF that she does not have this complaint. She tried to track it down in 2019 and was told that “it would have gone back to Joe Biden’s office, to the Chief of Staff,” she said.

If this complaint were located, she says, it would show that Biden’s staff members lied on the record when they said they did not have meetings with her. She had more than five meetings with them at different times through her time in the Senate office, she said.

Staff members then took away most of Reade’s duties, she told the DCNF. She described how she was put in an isolated workstation where staff members put a computer and a phone line.

Dennis Toner told her to put “special projects” on her resume as her new title, she said, and she was told that she had 12 months to find a new job.

“My job was to find a job,” she said. “And then every time I left my desk I had to check in with Dennis Toner and I had to check with him first thing in the morning and then when I left for the day.”

She told the DCNF this treatment was new and had not occurred before the alleged incident with Biden took place.

“Before, I was supervising interns, I was doing staff assisting, I would go to legislative meetings and take notes,” she said. “I would help some of the assistant press secretaries with edits and with writing things, I would give whatever clerical support was needed to legislative assistants and press assistants.”

“And then all of that was taken away,” she added. She said she was told not to interact with  staff or interns — only with Toner or Kaufman, who she says told her she was not a good fit. She called this retaliation, and said this is why she filed her complaint.

Both Kaufman and Toner have said they do not know Reade in interviews with the Times. The Biden campaign did not respond to a request for comment on the matter.

Kaufman told the Times: “I did not know her. She did not come to me. If she had, I would have remembered her.”

“It’s just so preposterous that Senator Biden would be faced with these allegations,” Toner told the publication. “I don’t remember her. I don’t remember this conversation. And I would remember this conversation.”

Baker also produced a statement through the Biden campaign, saying: “I never once witnessed, or heard of, or received, any reports of inappropriate conduct, period — not from Ms. Reade, not from anyone. I have absolutely no knowledge or memory of Ms. Reade’s accounting of events, which would have left a searing impression on me as a woman professional, and as a manager.”

Biden’s Response – Or Lack Thereof

Biden has not addressed Reade’s allegations in a live TV appearance or any other media hit. Through a campaign spokeswoman, his campaign has denied the claims.

“Vice President Biden has dedicated his public life to changing the culture and the laws around violence against women,” deputy Biden campaign manager Kate Bedingfield said in a statement to the Times.

She continued: “He authored and fought for the passage and reauthorization of the landmark Violence Against Women Act. He firmly believes that women have a right to be heard — and heard respectfully.”

“Such claims should also be diligently reviewed by an independent press,” she added. “What is clear about this claim: It is untrue. This absolutely did not happen.” (RELATED: ‘I Want The Same Equal Treatment’: Biden Accuser Tara Reade Tears Into Media, Women’s Groups, Democratic Politicians)

WASHINGTON, DC - FEBRUARY 10: US Sen. Joseph Biden, D-Del.,speaks to reporters after meeting with US President Bill Clinton at the White House10 February to discuss Dr. Henry Foster's nomination for the post of surgeon general. Calling President Clinton's choice a "political blunder in the extreme", Biden said that the president should withdraw the nomination and move on. (COLOR KEY: Bushes are green.) AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read J. DAVID AKE/AFP via Getty Images)
(J. DAVID AKE/AFP via Getty Images)

The Biden campaign began circulating talking points regarding Reade’s allegations early in April, memos that show Biden staffers were taking the allegations seriously enough to coordinate messaging among their Democratic counterparts, BuzzFeed reported.

The memo insists that Reade’s allegations have already been investigated and found false, relying heavily on an early April New York Times investigation that “found no pattern of sexual misconduct by Mr. Biden.”

“Biden believes that all women have the right to be heard and to have their claims thoroughly reviewed,” the talking points say, according to a copy sent to two Democratic operatives that was obtained by BuzzFeed. “In this case, a thorough review by the New York Times has led to the truth: this incident did not happen.”

The points continued: “Here’s the bottom line. Vice President Joe Biden has spent over 40 years in public life: 36 years in the Senate; 7 Senate campaigns, 2 previous presidential runs, two vice presidential campaigns, and 8 years in the White House. There has never been a complaint, allegation, hint or rumor of any impropriety or inappropriate conduct like this regarding him — ever.”

But the Times pushed back against these talking points in a Wednesday statement, noting that the Biden campaign’s claim that the Times investigation found Reade’s allegations to be false is incorrect.

“Buzzfeed reported on the existence of talking points being circulated by the Biden campaign that incorrectly suggest a New York Times investigation found that Tara Reade’s allegation ‘did not happen,’” a Times spokesperson said, according to the Hill reporter Jonathan Easley. “Our investigation made no conclusion either way.”

The Times’ investigation originally said that they “found no pattern of sexual misconduct by Biden, beyond hugs, kisses and touching that women previously said made them uncomfortable,” but the publication edited this line out following pushback from the Biden campaign, which New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet appears to have admitted April 13.

A second set of Biden talking points were released Saturday and obtained by Bloomberg News following the release of a “Larry King Live” video from the 1990s which appears to show Reade’s mother discussing her assault.

“All women have the right to be heard, and heard respectfully. And the independent press has the obligation to review those claims,” the talking points say, according to Bloomberg. The talking points also say that the CNN clip does not “corroborate” Reade’s claims.

Corroboration – Possibly From The Grave
Reade had previously told The Intercept that her late mother called into “Larry King Live” on CNN regarding Biden’s alleged assault.

A transcript obtained by The Intercept April 24, as well as a video uncovered by the Media Research Center later that day, show that someone from her mother’s city did indeed call into CNN in 1993 and asked for advice about her daughter’s problems with a “prominent senator.”

In the transcript of the Larry King program titled “Washington: The Cruelest City on Earth,” King introduced a caller from San Luis Obispo, California — the California city where Reade’s mother resided, according to The Intercept.

“San Luis Obispo, California, hello,” King said, according to the transcript. (RELATED: Former Biden Staffer Files Criminal Complaint With DC Police)

“Yes, hello,” the caller responded. “I’m wondering what a staffer would do besides go to the press in Washington? My daughter has just left there, after working for a prominent senator, and could not get through with her problems at all, and the only thing she could have done was go to the press, and she chose not to do it out of respect for him.”

“In other words, she had a story to tell but, out of respect for the person she worked for, she didn’t tell it,” King responded, to which the caller said, “That’s true.”

Reade said she is sure that the call was from her mother. “I just heard audio, my mother died and hearing her voice made me cry,” she told the DCNF April 24.

“She was such a good mom and always watching out for me even now,” she said, adding that the video proves what she has been saying: “that I was forced out and wanted to come forward in 1993.”

Two More People Come Forward To Corroborate Reade’s Story
Following the release of the video and transcript, a woman who formerly lived next to Reade confirmed multiple details of the former senate staffer’s allegations against Joe Biden in an interview with Business Insider. 60-year-old Lynda LaCasse said that Reade told her about the alleged assault in 1995 or 1996 while they were smoking on LaCasse’s front stoop in Morro Bay, California.

Lorraine Sanchez, who worked alongside Reade in the mid 1990’s for a California state senator, also told Insider that Reade had complained to her that her former Washington, D.C. boss had sexually harassed her and caused her to be fired after she complained.

“I remember her saying, here was this person that she was working for and she idolized him,” LaCasse said. “And he kind of put her up against a wall. And he put his hand up her skirt and he put his fingers inside her. She felt like she was assaulted, and she really didn’t feel there was anything she could do.”

LaCasse said she does not remember all the details, but she remembers “the skirt” and “the fingers,” and that Reade was devastated. Reade was crying as she told the story, LaCasse told the publication.

“She was crying. She was upset. And the more she talked about it, the more she started crying. I remember saying that she needed to file a police report.”

LaCasse said that she understands that coming forward to corroborate Reade’s allegations against Biden “may have repercussions for me,” but notes that her corroboration is not politically motivated and that she will still be voting for Biden.

‘Joe Biden, I Want You To Release The Personnel Records’
As Biden faces increased scrutiny for allegations of sexual assault made against him by Tara Reade, pressure is mounting for the former vice president to unseal documents related to his time in the Senate.

These Senate documents are housed by the University of Delaware Library and cover a wide swath of Biden’s political career, but are being kept secret until he “retires from public life,” spokeswoman Andrea Boyle Tippett told The Washington Post in July 2019.

Tippett told the DCNF on Tuesday that the University of Delaware would not share the terms of the agreement between the university and Biden detailing why the Senate records may not be released.

“The gift agreement signed when the papers were donated is not a public document,” Tippett told the DCNF. (RELATED: University Of Delaware Refuses To Provide Agreement Detailing Why It Can’t Release Biden’s Records)

The collection of these documents fills 1,875 boxes and includes 415 gigabytes of electronic records, according to the Post, containing committee reports, drafts of legislation and correspondence.

Reade called on the former vice president to release these Senate documents in an exclusive interview with the DCNF Tuesday.

“Joe Biden, I want you to release all the personnel records from 1973 to 2009 and be transparent about your office practices,” Reade told the DCNF. “I would like to hold you accountable for what happened to me, to how your staff protected you and enabled you, bullied me multiple times into silence.”

“You ended my career,” she said, referring to Biden. “You ended my job after you assaulted me. You claim to be the champion of women’s rights, but your public persona does not match your personal actions.”

She added: “I want this brought to light and I want you to admit it in public. I want a public apology for calling me a Russian agent and having other people try to smear my character in order to cover your crimes.”

Flashback: Obama Defense Sec. On Biden: ‘Wrong On Nearly Every Major Foreign Policy And National Security Issue Over Past Four Decades’ (VIDEO)

Last year, Obama’s former Defense Secretary Robert Gates did an interview on Face The Nation.

At one point, the host Margaret Brennan asked him about a quote in his memoir, where he spoke positively of Joe Biden as a person, but then went on to suggest that when it comes to foreign policy and national security, Biden is almost always wrong.

Then the host asks Gates if Biden would make a good president and after a heavy sigh, Gates said “I don’t know.”

Here’s a partial transcript via Real Clear Politics:

MARGARET BRENNAN: I was rereading your memoir before we sat down to talk and you said in your memoir, Joe Biden is impossible not to like.

: “He’s a man of integrity, incapable of hiding what he really thinks, and one of those rare people you know you could turn to for help in a personal crisis. Still, I think he’s been wrong on nearly every major foreign policy and national security issue over the past four decades.”

Would he be an effective commander-in-chief?

ROBERT GATES: I– I don’t know. I don’t know. I– I think I stand by that statement. He and I agreed on some key issues in the Obama administration. We disagreed significantly on Afghanistan and some other issues. I think that the vice president had some issues with the military. So how he would get along with the military, and what that relationship would be, I just– I think, it– it would depend on the personalities at the time.

Watch the clip below:

« on: May 01, 2020, 11:34:13 AM »
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WTH? During His Defense Today of Sexual Abuse Allegations by Tara Reade Joe Biden Says “Intercourse” Out of the Blue (VIDEO)

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Politics / Joe Biden, the necessary Dem Sacrifice
« on: May 01, 2020, 11:11:27 AM »
It is neither novel nor a hot take to say president Donald Trump will be re-elected.  While 2020 is far from a redux of 2016, one similarity prevails: Trump has no rival.

Despite an economy in shambles from the CCP COVID-19 economic nuclear freeze with 20% unemployment, ushering a Great Depression II, Trump is the only candidate positioned to lead the nation out from the bottom.

Will Trump be blamed for the unnecessary nationwide lockdowns, and resulting carnage?  Of course, but who would have done it differently, and do a better and more timely job of restoration?  Joe Biden, or some other Democrat?

Barack Obama, Joe Biden, and the Democrats inherited the Great Recession in 2008–9.  They engineered the most flaccid "recovery" from a major downturn in history.

In eight years Obama/Biden doubled the national debt and couldn't budge GDP growth much above 1%, while presiding over some of the worst functional jobless numbers and workforce participation levels; zero wage growth overall, depressed wages and job losses for those displaced by illegal aliens; manufacturing decimated; China ascendant.

In three years, Donald Trump reached full employment with six million unfilled job openings, record workforce participation, and the lowest black and Hispanic unemployment rates since such data were tracked fifty years ago.  His policies provoked sharp wage growth and put an end to the China subversion of U.S. interests.

Despite the extreme hardships, abject suffering, and unresolved anxiety, voters know that the best chances for alleviating their stress and despair is Trump, because he has done it once already.  The Democrats have never done it.  A Democrat in the White House would prolong the pain for at least four years, with no hope on the horizon.

The voters, having tasted the bitter lockdown/stay-at-home menus, also know that more repression and totalitarian tendencies from the Democrat command-and-control petty tyrants, would become an astronomical tidal flood, sweeping away aspirations forever.

There are other reasons Joe Biden won't be president.  Dementia is foremost, accompanied by his inability to be coherent even when alert.  Biden's Ukraine, China, and other lifelong corrupt dealings will be fully exposed.

Biden will likely be implicated for at least his oblique assent in the forthcoming DOJ indictments in the multi-tiered criminal conspiracies to deny Trump the nomination in 2015–16, to derail his election versus Hillary Clinton, and then to subvert his presidency.  And how many times will Trump quote from the memoirs of former sec. of defense Robert Gates?  "Biden has been wrong on nearly every major foreign policy and national security issue over the past four decades."

Would odds-makers take a bet on Biden in the ring with Trump in a general election?  After five minutes in a presidential debate, the moderators will feint a broadcast equipment failure as an act of mercy for a disoriented and humiliated Joe Biden.  So why won't the Democrats replace him with someone who at least has a puncher's chance?

Because the Democrats know that Trump can't be displaced.  Trump's base isn't going anywhere; indeed, those people are supercharged, and independents are disgusted with the Dems' Russia collusion nonsense, impeachment distraction, and more recently the cavalier and cynical approach to the CCP COVID-19 relief and recovery legislation that won't be forgotten.

Yet Biden, despite all his fatal defects — including vacating the so-called moral high ground due to his sexual assault debacle — will survive as their nominee.  Why?

Because there is no one to replace him.  If Bernie Sanders is the replacement, the Democrat Party will be finished.  If someone other than Bernie is the substitute for Biden, Bernie-supporters will riot, if not stay home or vote for Trump.

None of the Dem U.S. senators, erstwhile presidential aspirants, could compete with Biden.  How would they take down Trump?

None of the Dem governors would be able to defend their brutal record in killing their economies and quashing civil liberties in handling the CCP COVID-19 panic.  Nonetheless, the best of that bad lot need to be preserved for a better day.

And so, Joe Biden will survive to be the Dem ballot champion, as he is the necessary sacrificial zinc.  If Democrat Party captains want to salvage any bronze fittings, prop shafts, aluminum, iron, and other metals from destructive electrolysis, they need Joe Biden as their political anode.

Better to forfeit today, even if humiliated, rather than face disintegration, with no hope to rescue anything that floats, for a voyage later.

« on: May 01, 2020, 10:53:15 AM »

The mortality rate is 1 out of 1000... 1 out of 2000...

The only way these rotten a**  Dem-O-Craps when is to depress the country...

Listen to this great man.... This is what he said about Obama's economy...

O’Keefe Strikes Again! Funeral Directors in COVID-19 Epicenter Doubt Legitimacy of Deaths Attributed to Pandemic (VIDEO)

Project Veritas spoke to several funeral directors in New York who are doubting the legitimacy of COVID-19 labeled death certificates.

“To be honest with you, all the death certificates, they’re writing COVID on all the death certificates whether they had a positive test, whether they didn’t, so I think, you know again this is my personal opinion, I think like the Mayor (Bill de Blasio) in our city (NYC), they’re looking for federal funding and, the more they put COVID on the death certificate the more they can ask for federal funds,” Funeral Director, Colonial Home Michael Lanza said. “So I think it’s political.”

Another funeral director in Queens, NY told Project Veritas that she had one victim autopsied because the sister was furious because she “knew” her sister didn’t die from the Coronavirus.

This victim is related to a Supreme Court Justice, but the funeral director did not disclose which justice.

The angry woman said her sister had Alzheimer’s and they didn’t suction her. “You have to suction her because they forget how to swallow. And um right away they put down COVID-19 on her death certificate and the Supreme Court Justice whoever it is contacted the hospital, they did an independent autopsy, Bingo, no COVID-19,” said President of Dimiceli & Sons Funeral Home, Josephine Dimiceli.

New CDC guidelines on COVID-19 are allowing hospitals to list Coronavirus on the death certificates without a lab test.

Dr. Scott Jensen, a Minnesota physician and Republican state senator, previously told a local station he received a 7-page document coaching him to fill out death certificates with a COVID-19 diagnosis without a lab test to confirm the patient actually had the virus.

Dr. Jensen also disclosed that hospitals are paid more if they list with a COVID-19 diagnosis.

State and local government officials are using the padded COVID-19 death count to shut down small businesses with unconstitutional lockdown orders.

Where is Bill Barr??

Former US Attorney Joe diGenova was on the Howie Carr Show this week and he provided some more inside information regarding General Flynn’s case and the unraveling of the coup to remove President Trump from office.

Former US Attorney was on with Howie Carr again this week and he dropped some more bombshells about the current investigation of the investigators involved in removing President Trump and his team from office.

diGenova discussed the Durham investigation and said at the 5:30 mark that Durham is building a conspiracy case and anyone who lied to the court will be indicted for obstruction of justice charges:

The bottom line is this, it’s unfolding and what’s happening is, what Durham is actually doing is he’s painting a picture and not everyone of these acts is going to be a specific separate crime.  But they are going to be, what’s called overt acts in a conspiracy.  One to defraud the United States government.  One to deny the civil rights of Trump and Flynn and Page and a bunch of other people.

At the 8:55 mark diGenova drops another bomb when discussing the notes that were released today that show the government was actively working to frame General Flynn:

DiGenova: You know Baker is now working with Durham.  James Baker the former General Counsel.

Carr: He’s flipped?

DiGenova: Who was a target, is now understandably cooperating because he was looking at a boat load of criminal charges.  Once these notes were discovered, and by the way, these were the notes that [FBI Director] Chris Wray and Dana Boente did not want turned over.

At the 10:30 mark, diGenova discussed the General Flynn case that is falling apart on the Mueller gang as we speak.  Hero General Flynn was set up and framed by Obama’s Deep State.  He was illegally spied on and coerced into a guilty plea by the Mueller gang and his then attorneys by threatening to arrest and indict his son.  Neither Flynn or his son committed any crimes.

During a status hearing before his sentencing date, the judge overseeing his case went crazy, accusing General Flynn of treason.  deGenova explains:

I have no idea what’s in the mind of Judge Emmet Sullivan who used to seem like he was a really disinterested kind of noble guy.  He proved that right in the Ted Stevens case.  But his comments during the final status hearing before he set a sentencing date for General Flynn were so awful and so fundamentally stupid and we found out, we did an analysis, my Victoria and I did an analysis of the statements he made on the record.  We got the transcript.

Remember when he came out and he accused the General of committing treason and started asking him a series of questions that the prosecutors, who were fumbling, they didn’t know how to answer him?  He said in a series of statements, the judge did, exact words, line for line that Rachel Maddow had said the night before on her  show when commenting on the upcoming Flynn hearing.  It’s scary and if that’s what this guy is looking at before he comes out on the bench, he came out after a break and apologized for using the word treason, but his conduct since then has been bizarre.  I don’t know whether the guy’s sick, old or not ready for prime time anymore.  It seems to be a that’s prominent in Washington DC.  Biden can’t talk.  Pelosi can’t talk. The judge in the Flynn case can’t talk.  It’s amazing.

DiGenova went on to suggest that the President is going to pardon Roger Stone or do something before he’s put in jail.  The judge in that case, Amy Berman Jackson, was horrible, as we’ve reported numerous times at this news site.

Obama’s crooks in the Deep State FBI, DOJ and Intel communities cannot go to jail soon enough.  If they committed treason, they should be dealt with promptly.

« on: April 30, 2020, 02:09:01 PM »

Obama never made such a pledge...

Politics / Dr. Fauci Backed Funding for Wuhan Bat Lab
« on: April 30, 2020, 02:02:27 PM »

Report: Dr. Fauci Backed Funding for Wuhan Bat Lab

By Catherine Smith • April 30, 2020

Dr Anthony Fauci, a member of the White House coronavirus task force, reportedly backed funding for a controversial lab in Wuhan, China that has been studying the coronavirus in bats and is blamed for causing the Covid-19 pandemic, The New York Post reports.

Dr. Fauci’s National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) allegedly paid out $7.4 million to the Wuhan Institute of Virology laboratory,  according to Newsweek. The National Institutes of Health, which oversees the NIAID stopped all US government funding to the lab last week.

“At this time, NIH does not believe that the current project outcomes align with the program goals and agency priorities,” an official wrote in a letter obtained by Politico.

There is “increasing confidence” among officials in the Trump administration that the Wuhan Institute of Virology lab is the original site of the virus. A report by Fox News said embassy officials warned in January 2018 about inadequate safety there.

The NIH defended its funding of the lab in a statement to Newsweek.

“Most emerging human viruses come from wildlife, and these represent a significant threat to public health and biosecurity in the US and globally,” the statement read. “Scientific research indicates that there is no evidence that suggests the virus was created in a laboratory.”

On Sunday, Rudy Giuliani questioned why the U.S. gave money to the lab. during an interview on The Cats Roundtable.

“Back in 2014, the Obama administration prohibited the U.S. from giving any money to any laboratory, including in the U.S., that was fooling around with these viruses. Prohibited! Despite that, Dr. Fauci gave $3.7 million to the Wuhan laboratory — and then even after the State Department issued reports about how unsafe that laboratory was, and how suspicious they were in the way they were developing a virus that could be transmitted to humans,” he claimed.

He added, “We never pulled that money. So, something here is going on, John. I don’t want to make any accusations. But there was more knowledge about what was going on in China with our scientific people than they disclosed to us when this first came out. Just think of it: If this laboratory turns out to be the place where the virus came from, we paid for it. We paid for the damn virus that’s killing us.

« on: April 30, 2020, 01:48:42 PM »

HEY YOU SORRY, you better get ready to saddle another horse for the Presidential run.

April 30, 2020

Tara Reade's sexual assault allegation against Biden is not going away

By Andrea Widburg

We've documented here Tara Reade's allegation that Joe Biden, when still a powerful senator, sexually assaulted her in the Senate building.  The fact that she has told the same story over the years — rather than inventing it now for political or monetary advantage — gained credence when a recording turned up of her mother calling into the Larry King show in 1993 to ask for advice about a daughter wronged by a powerful senator.  The credibility factor shot up even more when two people who knew Reade in the mid-1990s confirmed that she told them back then about the alleged assault.

Biden hasn't spoken up about the allegations, nor has anyone in the mainstream media asked him directly.  Currently, according to BuzzFeed, the Biden campaign is pushing talking points claiming that the New York Times has absolved him of wrongdoing:

"Biden believes that all women have the right to be heard and to have their claims thoroughly reviewed," the talking points read, according to a copy sent to two Democratic operatives. "In this case, a thorough review by the New York Times has led to the truth: this incident did not happen."

The Times, however, says these talking points are inaccurate:

A New York Times spokesperson says Biden campaign talking points “inaccurately” suggest that the Times investigation found that Tara Reade’s allegation “did not happen.” Response to this scoop from @rubycramer @RosieGray

I would side with Biden on this one.  When the Times finally addressed Reade's allegations, the reporters went out of their way to dismiss her.  As I wrote:

The article isn't journalism.  It is, instead, a brief for the defense in a legal case.  The Times is cleaning up after a candidate who has a long history of peculiar and creepy behavior around women and little girls.  Rather than "believing all women," it's an effort to show that Reade is a liar and a Putin pawn.

Indeed, the Times is so desperate to salvage Biden's reputation against charges of sexual impropriety that it stealthily edited the article after publication to remove language that initially acknowledged creepy Joe's sexually abusive propensities.

In other words, while the Times reporters couldn't actually absolve Biden of sin, they came as close to doing that as they could.  The Biden camp can be forgiven for thinking the Times was helping him out.

The Times wasn't the only one giving Biden a pass.  With reporters finally, reluctantly, catching up with the story, outlets such as The Daily Beast are acknowledging that women's groups have been peculiarly silent about Reade's allegations.

Other outlets are even more aggressively challenging Biden.  Damon Linker, a writer notoriously hostile to Trump and Republicans, wrote an article about the way Reade's allegations threaten Biden's campaign.  In it, he linked to a 2008 article in the leftist CounterPunch about Biden's abusive sexual habits:

Vanity is the most conspicuous characteristic of US Senators en bloc, nourished by deferential acolytes and often expressed in loutish sexual advances to staffers, interns and the like.  On more than one occasion CounterPunch's editors have listened to vivid accounts by the recipient of just such advances, this staffer of another senator being accosted by Biden in the well of the senate in the week immediately following his first wife's fatal car accident.   

Further evidence that Democrats are trying to disentangle themselves from Biden while they can still finagle some way to anoint another person as the Democrat presidential candidate can be seen in a Washington Post editorial calling on Biden to address the allegation directly, in a Times report about women's rights groups and other activists demanding to hear from Biden, and a surprisingly hard-hitting Don Lemon interview with veep wannabe Stacey Abrams in which he asks her about the allegations.  There is an alternative spin, though, for what Lemon was doing.  He might have been giving Abrams a chance to recite the party line to reinforce it with credulous viewers.  If that was Lemon's goal, he failed, for Abrams looked ridiculous trying to ignore the allegations and contort herself into believing Biden and complying with #MeToo requirements:

If I were a betting woman, I'd say that this is the beginning of the end for Biden.  I also wonder whether Michelle Obama is considering stepping in.  If not Michelle, I imagine an Amy Klobuchar/Pete Buttigieg ticket because those two are not hardcore socialists, they meet some identify politics metrics, and both managed to make it to the final rounds of the Democrat primaries.

At day's end, there's something terribly ironic about the fact that the Democrats thought they could destroy Trump because he talked about the fact that women let powerful men "grab 'em by the p----" (that is, consensual), only to nominate a powerful man who grabbed a woman by the p---- entirely against her will.

This woman is a prime example of the derangement going in America. This lady is a GD fool.

Rutgers University Professor Brittney Cooper unleashed a tirade at supporters of President Donald Trump in a social media thread this week. In response to the recent campaign to end Chinese virus shutdowns, Cooper posted, “ph--k each and every Trump supporter.”

According to a report by Campus Reform, Rutgers University Associate Professor of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Brittney Cooper came under fire this week after taking aim at Trump supporters in a lengthy Twitter thread.

Cooper wrote that it is “utterly absurd” to reopen the country at this stage of the ongoing pandemic. According to Cooper, white conservatives want to open the nation because it will “disproportionately” affect black Americans.

“I feel like most Black people are clear that this utterly absurd to push [sic] to re-open the country is all about a gross necropolitical calculation that it is Black people who are dying disproportionately from COVID. Not only do white conservatives not care about Black life, but my most cynical negative read of the white supremacists among them is that they welcome this massive winnowing of Black folks in order to slow demographic shifts and shore up political power.”

Professor Cooper has a history of bizarre remarks. In October 2019, Cooper argued during an interview on Oprah’s television network that the policies of the Trump administration have led to high levels of obesity for Black women.

“I hate when people talk about Black women being obese. I hate it because it becomes a way to blame us for a set of conditions that we didn’t create,” Cooper said. “We are living in the Trump era. And look, those policies kill our people. You can’t get access to good health care, good insurance.


« on: April 30, 2020, 01:31:46 PM »
He's hated because he's not part of the club. Yes, I was fooled for years thinking there was a difference between certain Dem-O-Craps and Republicans. It's not. Trump is the first outstand of the political established bunch to become POTUS.

You K----s are really for the status quo and you're too stupid to realize it.

You're probably not going to see Trump in any photos like this .... 70 years of selling America out....

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