Monday, September 18, 2023

Flotsam and Jetsam - Some Reheated News and Opinion

A lot of weekend leftovers. From James Lynch at Da Caller, conveniently in one place Here’s All The Evidence Connecting Joe Biden To Hunter Biden’s Foreign Business Dealings. Newsweek aghast as Jim Jordan Reveals Four 'Central Facts' of Biden Impeachment Inquiry. At Fox, Oversight Dems admit Hunter's longtime business partner handled Biden’s finances throughout VP tenure, "Oversight Dems say Schwerin was Biden's 'bookkeeper,' but Schwerin's lawyer disputes term." Breitbart is amused by POLITICO’s Przybyla: Other than Hunter’s Own Words, GOP Doesn’t Have Evidence Against Joe. Well, they are the words of a known crackhead.  Da Caller reports that Hunter Biden Sues IRS Alleging Agents Released Private Tax Information.  At Da Caller, Biden Allies Reportedly Distance Themselves From Merrick Garland As Investigations Continue, because he's not bending over backwards far enough.

Debby Saunders at Am Spec says Impeachment Math Doesn’t Add Up, "McCarthy is not in an enviable position." Of course not, it never did for Trump either, but that didn't stop Democrats from using it to stain Trump.  Hat Hair's Jazz Shaw considers and rejects The faux-conservative sham about the impeachment inquiry. At Am Think Brian C. Joondeph goes all Shakespearian, To Impeach, or Not to Impeach, That is the Question. NewsBusters notes that PBS Warns GOP 'Cheapening' Impeachment Without a 'Holy Cow' Moment. Irony is dead. Nick Arama at Red State thinks Biden's Response to Reporters About Impeachment Inquiry Shows His Arrogance Knows No Bounds, “best I can tell they want to impeach me because they want to shut down the government.” Breitbart, claims an Exclusive – McCarthy: White House Already Engaging in Impeachment Inquiry ‘Obstruction’ with Fake ‘No Evidence’ Disinformation Talking Points. Which of course, is BS, but no worse than the BS that Trump is obstructing his trial by talking about it. At Ace, This Is How To Fight. "At this point my only comment is: Paxton For President 2024. Not really, but this is exactly how the Republican/conservative apparatus should be responding to every overreach by the leftists in power. Attack...Attack...Attack!"

Dan Zimmerman at Bear Arms has some Random Thoughts on Hunter Biden, Domestic Violence, and Disarming Those Who Haven’t Been Convicted of a Crime. ET warns Hunter Biden Indictment Includes 1 Charge That May Not Stand Up in Court and 2 That Should, Lawyers Say. Lawyers get paid to say things. Josh Hammer at Am Great says Hunter’s Gun Indictment is a Moment of Truth for Biden Regime, "We all now know what is on the line." Mike Miller at RedState reports Jim Jordan Calls Hunter Biden Indictment a 'Face-Saving Exercise' for Biden's DOJ, Reveals Key Facts, true, if they don't follow with tax, or FARA charges. 

JTN looks at Bidenomics: National deficit, inflation soars despite 'Inflation Reduction Act' "Cost of interest payments on the national debt will surpass the cost of U.S. funding for national defense within a decade." Tilting at Windmills, Behold the glory of Bidenomics. I&I simply says ‘Bidenomics’ = ‘Bidenflation.’  Clarice at Am Think thinks To Market, to Market. At Am Great Thad McCotter worries Biden is Paving a $32 Trillion Road to Ruin "One should shudder at the societal disorder that will ensue if we don't tackle our 33 trillion debt."

At TNP, Biden Is Trying to Make Globalist Government Employees Unfireable.  "“The Biden administration can, if they want, make removing intransigent or poorly performing senior bureaucrats harder on themselves,” said Sherk in a recent interview, adding, “The next administration can just as easily rescind those restrictions. With regards to reissuing Schedule F, this proposed rule would be a speed bump, but nothing more.” Unless, of course, they shop it to a friendly judge to prop it up while it gets to the Supreme Court. 

At Town Hall Cutie Pavlich recalls Biden's Bizarre Moments of the Week. It could be a recurring article. WaEx claims Democrats don't seem eager to defend Harris ahead of 2024. At Da Caller, DAVID BOSSIE says  It’s Not Really Joe Biden On The Ballot Next Year. It’s Someone Much Worse, Kamala. Dan Greenfield at Front Page, Biden’s Candidacy and the Radicalizing Power of Desperation "An unwinnable candidate is the best incentive for breaking the rules."

At PJM, Rick Moran is hopeful that The Left's Hatred of Trump Will Elect Him President Again. Sundance at CTH's Sunday Talks features the  Full Interview Between President Trump and NBC Narrative Engineer Kristen Welker. A number of articles focus on various parts of this interview. Jazz Shaw notes Trump appears to stumble on trans question, Republicans "pounce". NewsMax hears Trump: 'I Like the Concept' of a Woman VP. ET elaborates Trump Likes the 'Concept' of a Woman VP But Says There Are More Important Criteria Than Just Gender. Althouse notices "I don’t know why people stick up for [Biden] so much... – when he makes bad decisions, like you.... I don’t know why..." ""... you and other people say, 'Oh, it’s okay that he’s destroyed the strategic petroleum reserves.' I mean, why do you do that? Or, 'It’s okay that he has open borders.'... I don’t know why. And I think that’s why the media has lost so much credibility."" Twitchy, Leftists trend 'Boycott Meet The Press' because they can't DEAL with opposing opinions (shocker). TNP hears Pence: Trump Isn’t Conservative Because He is Anti-War. From Da Caller, ‘I’m Built A Little Differently’: Trump Says He Doesn’t Worry About Going To Jail.  "All I think about is making our country great, making America great. Look, these are political, these are banana republic indictments. These are third world indictments."

Sundance notices an odd thing What a Coincidence – Potential RFK Jr Assassin Had Same Last Name as El Chapo’s Wife, Who Was Released from Federal Prison The Day Before. Bob Spencer at Front Page, wonders Did Someone Just Try to Assassinate RFK Jr.? "A chill down the spine." Fuzzy Slippers at LI, Armed Man Arrested At RFK, Jr. Event Identified.  “Adrian Paul Aispuro, 44, was arrested without incident by police after RFK Jr.’s security detail recognized that Aispuro was attempting to impersonate a U.S. Marshal.” At NewsBusters Jeff Lord wonders Is The Biden White House Instructing The Media's Anti-RFK Jr. Coverage? They don't need to, the media does it instinctively. 

Sundance hosts Tony Buzbee Discussing the Background of Sham Impeachment Effort Against AG Ken Paxton. JTN reports Boomerang: Texas House members call for speaker’s resignation after Senate acquits Paxton. "Phelan remains unapologetic, arguing Senate failed to do its job." Hat Hair's Beege Wellborn comments "It was the non-existent “evidence upon evidence” that blew old boy out of the water. Had there been a shred, he just might have pulled it off, but when you have Democrats voting with the GOP to acquit on counts, man, oh, man. Your big move is in deep doodoo." At Twitchy, HA! New Texan Adam Kinzinger locks replies after learning the hard way you do NOT mess with Texas.

Dan Chaitin at Da Wire reports Milley Says He Never Received ‘Illegal’ Order From Trump After 2020 Election. At Am Think, Jim DeLong thinks about The Sad State of Legal Ethics in the Age of 'Get Trump.' At Breitbart, Pelosi on Trump Blaming Her for January 6: ‘There Is a Sickness There.’ Jeff Charles at Red State on the curious case of Justice Department Concealing Information About Jan. 6 Defendant’s Sentencing Hearing. "Could Lazar potentially have been working with the federal government before the riot? If not, what cooperation might he have given that would prompt the authorities to keep it under seal? Of course, the most important question of all is: Why is the government insisting on keeping his conviction and sentence concealed from the American public?"  At Am Think Ron Wright wants to know Who is Seth Rich? Who Murdered Him? And What’s The Deep State Hiding? and Peter Lemiska looks at The Real Threat to Our Democracy. Sundance has more Sunday Talks – Senator Mark Warner Says SSCI Bill to Block All Presidents from Fourth Branch Classified Intelligence Close to Completion " Two flares triggered.  First, you can tell by his response, that President Trump’s “classified documents” were exactly what we thought they were; evidence against those who constructed the Trump-Russia claims from inside govt.  Second, notice how Warner now wants to block any President from controlling intelligence as defined by the Fourth Branch. This stuff is getting brutally obvious."

Also from Sundance, Schumer’s First AI Conference Sets Goal of 2024 Election, With Big Tech Embracing Govt Regulation. Atop Da Summit, DHS Awards $20 Million To Program That Flags Americans As Potential “Extremists” For Their Online Speech. "The money will be spent from the Targeted Violence and Terrorism Prevention (TVTP) grant program." At CJ, The Censorship Bureaucracy "Behind faceless policies on everything from emotional health to diversity, equity, and inclusion lies an impulse to control language—and thereby, thought." At Am Great Lloyd Billingsley hears Dr. Robert Redfield Come Clean on Government Censorship. At Front Page, a PragerU Video: I Was a Levi’s Executive. They Fired Me for Opposing COVID Lockdowns. "Overnight, Jennifer Sey became the enemy."

I&I, Thank Heaven Prager University Is Coming For Our Kids

Da Fed's Kylee Griswold calls California’s Pro-Trans Child Custody Bill  Pure Emotional Blackmail. At Am Con, Does Science Have a Place in Solving Transgenderism? Stacey Matthews at LI is amused by the ‘Battle of Sacred Cow Groups’ Begins in MI After All-Muslim City Council Bans Pride Flag on City Property “We welcomed you. We created nonprofits to help feed, clothe, find housing. We did everything we could to make your transition here easier, and this is how you repay us, by stabbing us in the back?” At Am Think John  Grondelski thinks about The Two-Parent 'Convention.' SA McCarthy at Am Spec reports Cleveland Catholic Diocese Protects Children From LGBT Indoctrination "Mayor Bibb’s objection contradicts the very idea of faith."

At Liberty Unyielding hears Large numbers of library books removed and destroyed in the name of ‘equity’ and ‘inclusion.’ From the College Fix, Harvard student newspaper calls new 200-word limit on admissions essays racist. "Questions ‘seemingly cater to those from highly privileged backgrounds,’ students say" J Christian Adams at PJM is aghast at Cal Berkeley Law EXPOSED: Class Credit to Aid the Revolution.

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