To position Trump as a Putin puppet on the 2020 campaign trail, as Biden and his media proxies continue to do, they have had to overlook Biden’s excellent Moscow adventures and shove his 2011 speech at Moscow State University down the memory hole. “I want to publicly as well thank President Medvedev and Prime Minister Putin for their hospitality,” said Biden at the speech’s beginning. “We have very good meetings, very long meetings, and I hope, productive.” Yes, that Vladimir Putin.
Biden reminded his audience that it was he who in 2009 proposed the now notorious “reset button.” Said Biden, “We wanted to literally reset this relationship, reset it in a way that reflected our mutual interests, so that our countries could move forward together.”
In 2012, knowing they were all but immune from the law, Philadelphians came to Obama’s aid once again. “It’s one thing for a Democratic presidential candidate to dominate a Democratic city like Philadelphia,” the Philadelphia Inquirer reported much too casually, “but check out this head-spinning figure: In 59 voting divisions in the city, Mitt Romney received not one vote. Zero. Zilch.”
Obama outscored Romney by a combined 19,605 to zero votes cast in these 59 districts. Saddam Hussein never did that well. That said, not a single major media outlet followed up on the Philadelphia story.
Ron Brown’s Body tells the full story of Schwartz’s borderline treason.
Hunter Biden’s business associates used the term “China Inc.” as a generic term to describe the Chinese system of enterprise that holds the door open for Americans with useful knowledge or influence. As is becoming more and more obvious, Hunter Biden was peddling influence.
If China Inc. has an all-time MVP, however, that award belongs to a man who came to China rich with knowledge and traded that knowledge for major dollars. In January 2020 that same man gave some of those dollars to a struggling Joe Biden. As the Politico headline phrased it, Bernard Schwartz was one of “the big donors bankrolling Biden onslaught in Iowa.”
By the summer of 2019, even the The New York Times had noticed. Wrote Mitch Smith, “The higher water, which set records this summer on some Great Lakes could be part of an expensive new normal.” Left unsaid was that this “new normal” fully reversed the old “new normal” from just six years prior.
If there were a Pulitzer for sophistry, it would have to go the headline writer for the 2019 Scientific American article titled, “Climate Change Sends Great Lakes Water Levels Seesawing.” Not wanting to be pinned down, the authors argued that “rapid transitions between extreme high and low water levels in the Great Lakes represent the ‘new normal’.” As President Trump might say: “I don’t think the science knows.” And that, my fellow deniers, is the real new normal.
Mainstream biographer Christopher Andersen confirmed Bill Ayers’s involvement in his Obama-friendly 2009 book, Barack and Michelle: Portrait of an American Marriage. Andersen’s sources in Obama’s Hyde Park neighborhood told him that Obama found himself deeply in debt and “hopelessly blocked.” At “Michelle’s urging,” Obama “sought advice from his friend and Hyde Park neighbor Bill Ayers.”
What attracted the Obamas were “Ayers’s proven abilities as a writer” as evident in his 1993 book To Teach. Noting that Obama had already taped interviews with many of his relatives, both African and American, Andersen elaborates, “These oral histories, along with his partial manuscript and a trunkload of notes were given to Ayers.” Ayers himself took credit for Dreams on multiple occasions, usually, but not always, with a wink and a nod.
Like “Pulp Fiction’s” Winston Wolf, John Brennan’s job – even before the CIA veteran joined the Obama administration – was to “solve problems.” One immediate problem candidate Barack Obama had to solve was his 1981 trip to Pakistan. No one knew about this trip until Obama strategically discussed it during a San Francisco fundraiser on April 17, 2008.
This oversight would have been of minimal interest were it not for the fact that Obama’s passport file had been breached four times beginning in January 2008, the story about which broke just weeks before the San Francisco fundraiser. To its credit, CNN reported a critical fact the New York Times did not find newsworthy, namely that the prime perpetrator worked for The Analysis Corporation (TAC), whose CEO “advises the Illinois Democrat on foreign policy and intelligence issues.” The CEO of that small company was John Brennan.
“He is almost unimpeachable,” said presidential historian Douglas Brinkley. “He has governed with such honesty and integrity, and he’s not only leaving with that 60 percent [approval rating] we keep talking, but a growing reputation. And the legacy of having eight scandal-free years is going to look larger and larger in history.”
Can an historian be impeached? By any sane definition, the Obama administration was awash in scandal. Just on its own, the mischief surrounding the passage and implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) – aka “Obamacare” – puts Obama in the Harding-Grant strata of scandal-plagued presidencies.
For all their talk about empowering women and minorities, leftists have used all their vast media, tech, and deep state power to sell America a corrupt old white guy of diminished mental capacity. To do this they have had to suppress the fact that — by any standards — Biden is a pedophile, a plagiarist, a liar, and a hypocrite, and — by the left’s standards — a racist, sexist, and warmonger as well as a credibly accused sexual predator. Democrats better hope postal workers don’t go on strike.
I do not use the term “fascist” lightly, but when even the liberal Los Angeles Times opens an article with a paragraph like the one that follows, I think fascist is apt: “California Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris is drawing fire from supporters of an anti-abortion activist whose undercover videos and identity cards were seized by the state Department of Justice this week after Harris’ political campaign sought to drum up support for Planned Parenthood.”
No one watching the presidential debate Tuesday night understood the trap “moderator” Chris Wallace set for President Trump better than Iowa Rep. Steve King. As a result of that trap, King is now serving his final days as a congressman. King has seen it all before, up close and personal, which is why he will no longer be a congressman after January 2021. An outspoken Christian constitutionalist and a staunch defender of Western civilization, King has been ruffling establishment feathers since first elected to House in 2002. The frontal assaults from the media he had grown used to. The stabs in the back took him by surprise.