President Joe Biden denied 'interacting' with Hunter Biden's business partners and called allegations a 'bunch of lies' when asked about the Republican impeachment probe.
He insisted there weren't any communications with scandal-hit son's associates, despite the GOP sharing evidence of at least 22 phone calls the then-vice president sat in on, dinners with Hunter's associates at Washington, D.C., restaurants and participation in coffee meetings.
The president took a question on the topic at the end of a brief statement where he called on Republicans to move billions in military and other aid for Ukraine, while signaling a willingness to deal on border issues.
'I did not - it's just a bunch of lies,' Biden said.
This appears to be one of those times when everyone knows what’s going on – massive and total censorship campaigns across America against anything that disagrees with the government’s ideology – but no one actually says it out loud.
Until Al Gore.
He’s now on record confessing that he wants only his messaging allowed.
He claims that allowing people to have access to information that is in conflict with mainstream ideologies is a threat to democracy.
Ukrainian intelligence today revealed chilling images from the scene of the assassination of Ilya Kyva, a 'traitor' and former Kyiv MP turned Putin puppet.
Kyva, 46, was gunned down last week as he went for a walk in a supposedly safe location at a country club near Moscow - the latest of several collaborators to have been assassinated in recent months.
Images from the scene show his body lying in the snow - and the weapons supposedly used to 'liquidate' him were discovered hanging on a tree nearby. Video was also released apparently showing the assassin lying in wait in the snow and watching passers-by.
The SBU secret service made clear the images and footage were deliberately released as a warning to other Ukrainians collaborating with Vladimir Putin's invading forces.
'This is a signal to all traitors and war criminals who have gone over to the enemy's side,' a Ukrainian source told media.
This presents evidence that the president of Harvard University, Claudine Gay, plagiarized her dissertation!
Even more amazingly, her PhD is from Harvard, and she won a "best dissertation" prize there for it! And they hired her on the faculty and even made her president. And since she plagiarized from her advisor, it says there, someone at Harvard knew she did it, and they still graduated her, hired her and promoted her.
Houston Independent School District, the largest public school system in Texas, has a 40% failure rate, with 111 of its schools with D or F ratings, its new superintendent said.
HISD serves over 190,000 students at 274 campuses. The majority of students are overwhelmingly Black, followed by Hispanic, according to district data.
At a news conference, HISD Superintendent Mike Miles said his team performed an analysis of raw school data for the 2022-2023 school year. Miles announced an unofficial Assessment Accountability and Compliance rating based on new methodology proposed by the Texas Education Agency (TEA).
“This is not a big surprise, but the numbers are much higher than they were in the past,” Miles said. “Based on the raw data, we calculate that HISD has 52 F-rated campuses and 59 D-rated campuses.” The district also has 64 C-rated campuses, 58 B-rated, and 35 A-rated, according to his staff’s analysis.
Democrats are reportedly bringing in Hillary Clinton as a reinforcement to help President Biden with his 2024 re-election campaign.
NBC News reported the former secretary of state held a fundraiser for Biden last month at her Georgetown home that raised close to $1 million. Her popularity with women and key parts of the Democratic base are considered assets for Biden as he attempts to expand his outreach to voters.
Clinton’s role in Biden’s re-election effort is expected to grow as the 2024 presidential election nears, according to NBC.
Webmaster addition: I hope Hillary is as successful with Biden as she was with Sheila Jackson Lee!
It’s cold, but climate czar John Kerry doesn’t give a fart. Or maybe he does, since he seems to have interrupted his talk on carbon releases with an audible emission of his own. The audience pretended not to hear, but climate alarmists are used to pretense. They pretend the world will end in 2031 from warming and that temperatures are rising so fast that human beings will be fried.
There’s no evidence that either of those two things is happening. But there’s lots of evidence that temperatures are getting colder. As John Casey explains in his book Dark Winter: How the Sun Is Causing a 30-Year Cold Spell, there’s evidence that temps will get a lot colder. The sun “is going into a deep hibernation for the next thirty years,” says Casey, but that evidence is not reported in the mainstream media, which is still manufacturing stories to support the global warming thesis: the idea not just that temperatures are getting somewhat warmer from their extreme lows of the Little Ice Age that ended around 1850, but that that warming is a catastrophe instead of a blessing.
Gov. J.B. Pritzker has already signed a law to allow certain non-citizens to become police officers in Illinois. Now, the state's two U.S. senators want the same for the U.S. military. Many Republicans oppose the idea.
House Bill 3751, allowing certain non-citizens with work permits or who are Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival recipients to be police officers, passed the Illinois General Assembly with bipartisan support during the spring session. The measure had the backing of the Fraternal Order of Police.
Now, U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Illinois, wants the same for the U.S. military through a measure brought forward by Illinois U.S. Sen. Tammy Duckworth, D-Schaumburg. U.S. Senate Resolution 2401, known as the Enlist Act, was introduced on July 19. It remains in the U.S. Senate Committee of the Judiciary.
In a shocking turn of events, it has been revealed that the woman accused of attempting to burn down the birth home of Martin Luther King Jr. is none other than a decorated U.S. Navy veteran.
Laneisha Shantrice Henderson, a 26-year-old veteran surface warfare specialist, has been charged with attempted arson and interfering with government property.
According to officials, Henderson received multiple awards during her service in the Navy, including a national defense service medal, a good conduct medal, and the prestigious Navy "E" ribbon. The motive behind her actions remains unclear, leaving many to wonder what could have driven someone who served their country to behave in such a destructive manner.
In a recent development, Texas law enforcement officials have apprehended a suspect in connection with the murder of 16-year-old Lizbeth Medina.
The teenager was tragically discovered dead in her apartment on December 5.
The Edna Police Department, in a press release issued on Sunday, announced the arrest of Rafael Govea Romero, an "undocumented male" who they believe is "the person responsible for the death of Lizbeth Medina." The arrest took place in Schulenburg, a town located in Fayette County, Texas.