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The Worst, First 100 Days

To stop the hemorrhaging, we must retake the House and Senate in 2022.

Jeff Davidson

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The mainstream press is slobbering all over itself lauding the first 100 days – through April 29th – of the Biden administration. Nevermind that even aided by a completely fawning press, surveys rate him as turning in the third worst performance ever. Only Ford and Trump, savaged by the press 24/7, are ranked lower. 

At least going back to President Harry Truman, Joe Biden (and that includes his handlers) has had the worst first 100 days of any administration.

We’ve seen the complete mess that the Biden administration has created along the southern border. Biden, during his lucid moments, seems convinced that he needs to destroy women’s sports. His socialist, multi-trillion dollar bailout spending packages could doom us for generations. His administration is creating havoc with alteration of capital gains taxes, and Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae policies. 

On the World Stage, the World’s Stooge

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On the world stage, Joe Biden is a complete joke. Nevermind that he was the only ‘masked marvel’ on the zoom call with 16 other world leaders last week. Russia and China are licking their chops with Biden “in charge.”

Look for Russia under Putin to expand its territory into more of its former satellite states. Putin knows Biden is toothless and will proceed like he did under Obama. Biden is kowtowing to China in so many ways, that it’s even uncomfortable to many on his staff. Look for China to accelerate its influence globally, increase its favorable trade margins, spy on us to an even greater degree, and undermine the U.S. economy, elections, and sovereignty.

Biden and company don’t have a clue about the Middle East, or Afghanistan, and it won’t be long before there’s a resurgence of fundamental Islamic hostilities. John Kerry, who has been a busy bee in the ‘diplomatic’ back channels with Syria and Iran, among others, and betraying Israel, should be tried for treason.

What, Me Worry?

Biden and company have no idea what to do regarding Black Lives Matter and placate them at every turn. Biden denies that Antifa in the U.S. even exists, referring to it as an “idea.” He also exhibits cowardice when it comes to taking a stand for truth, justice, and liberty, particularly when it comes to fair trials and upholding the law.

The roster of the ways in which Biden is failing the nation is beyond alarming. And, my God, what is his administration, or its remnants, going to bulldoze in another 1360 days?

Few people, even on the left, think he will last his full term. He will either die, have a complete cognitive break down, or otherwise be removed from office. Kamala Harris, even less qualified than the mentally impaired Biden, will make more ill-advised moves and serious blunders; the Biden/Harris administration is a ship of fools.

Pants on Fire

Legions of people who legitimately voted for Biden – millions fewer than the reported figure of 81,283,098 – now regret it. They realize that they bought into his lies. He said that he wouldn’t end fracking. He said that migrants wouldn’t flood the border. He said, “No one making under $400k will see their federal taxes go up.” He said he would be tough on China. 

On issue after issue, with no let up, Biden lied leading up to the election. Has lied profusely in his first 100 days, and gives no indication that he will do anything but continue to lie.

While few people outside of the elitist inner circle know to what degree Biden is actually serving as president, on top of his miserable first 100 days, he inspires no one. On some days he puts a lid on public appearances by mid-morning. 

His wife has to do a lot of explaining, and she’s not adept at it. His press secretary, Jen Psaki, despite vast experience in high level Federal government communication positions, is pathetic. The way she over-states, bristles, backtracks, and then suggests that she’ll ‘circle back’ to an issue, is fascinating, and not in a good sense.

A Rough Ride

The fact that Hunter Biden feels confident enough to appear on The Jimmy Kimmel show tells you everything you need to know about the level of justice that will be dispensed during the Biden administration.

Those who earnestly voted for Biden, believing that he was the better candidate, have learned the hard way. ‘But Trump posted mean tweets!’ Biden’s policies are mean, even cruel, considering their full ramifications. 

We’re in for a rough ride. I pray for our country, and for the world, because under Joe Biden, literally, all hell can break loose. Fortunately, a growing throng of governors are taking the lead in preventing Biden and company from running roughshod in their respective states. 

To stop the hemorrhaging, we must retake the House and Senate in 2022.

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Unvaccinated Students Corralled into Separate Pen at LA High School

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There have long been some very serious concerns about the way in which vaccinated people would treat unvaccinated folks here in the United States, and it’s a sad reality that some of even the more bizarre predictions have come true.

We’ve seen the unvaccinated among us ostracized, belittled, discriminated against, and segregated against, often with the backing of the government itself.

Now, at a charter school in Los Angeles, an incredibly poignant and stomach-turning facet of this prejudice has been put on display.

Parents and students at a Los Angeles charter school have filed a lawsuit to stop a vaccine mandate that allegedly prevented unvaccinated children from attending class.

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The children said they felt “segregated” and “discriminated against.”

“Female students were segregated, harassed, and threatened with suspension just for trying to participate in their classes, and we will prove in court that this is unjust and unlawful,” Sharon McKeeman, founder of Let Them Breathe, a nonprofit organization that is representing the students and parents in a lawsuit against the school, told Fox News Digital on Sunday.

The situation was a dramatic one:

Let Them Breathe shared videos of the students protesting after New West Charter School allegedly refused to let them in when school reopened on Jan. 18, 2022. The organization claimed that the students were segregated “behind barriers.”

“We’re being refused of the right to attend school,” one student claims in a video. “We feel segregated and discriminated against,” adds another.

News of the situation was soon traveling throughout the Twitterverse.

The school has suggested that there are only six students who’ve refused to be vaccinated.

There have long been some very serious concerns about the way in which vaccinated people would treat unvaccinated folks here in the United States, and it’s a sad reality that some of even the more bizarre predictions have come true. We’ve seen the unvaccinated among us ostracized, belittled, discriminated against, and segregated against, often with the backing of the government itself. Now, at a charter school in Los Angeles, an incredibly poignant and stomach-turning facet of this prejudice has been put on display. Parents and students at a Los Angeles charter school have filed a lawsuit to stop a vaccine mandate that allegedly prevented unvaccinated children from attending class. The children said they felt “segregated” and “discriminated against.” “Female students were segregated, harassed, and threatened with suspension just for trying to participate in their classes, and we will prove in court that this is unjust and unlawful,” Sharon McKeeman, founder of Let Them Breathe, a nonprofit organization that is representing the students and parents in a lawsuit against the school, told Fox News Digital on Sunday. The situation was a dramatic one: Let Them Breathe shared videos of the students protesting after New West Charter School allegedly refused to let them in when school reopened on Jan. 18, 2022. The organization claimed that the students were segregated “behind barriers.” “We’re being refused of the right to attend school,” one student claims in a video. “We feel segregated and discriminated against,” adds another. News of the situation was soon traveling throughout the Twitterverse. https://twitter.com/letthem_breathe/status/1483516345300008963?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1483516345300008963%7Ctwgr%5E%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.foxnews.com%2Fpolitics%2Flos-angeles-charter-students-sue-vaccine-segregated The school has suggested that there are only six students who’ve refused to be vaccinated.

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Liberal Host Says ‘I’m Over COVID’, Pushes Disobedience

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Freud has often been summed up with the phrase, “sometimes, a cigar is just a cigar”.  But one liberal comedian now wants to sum up COVID with, “sometimes, enough is just enough“.

Left-leaning comedian and television host Bill Maher this week lashed out against lingering COVID protocols, even going so far as to glorify the idea of disobedience.

Bill Maher has said that he’s “over Covid” and that doctors shouldn’t tell people “just do what we say” in relation to how to handle the pandemic.

The comedian and HBO talk show host told Deadline in an interview that “I feel like Covid is still the dominant issue of our lives right now and it should not be anymore”.

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The 66-year-old said he was “never scared” of Covid-19, but that he was “always scared of the reaction to it”.

And then…

“As this has played out that only proved to be more true for me,” Mr Maher, who contracted the virus in May of last year, told Deadline. “I’m sure many people feel different, but that’s me. It was never that virulent a threat, I thought, to people who were in good health.”

“We should, of course, protect the vulnerable, but it was mostly a disease of the very old, which every disease is a threat to, and people who have comorbidities, which mostly is due to lifestyle,” he added.

His harshest quips followed:

“I didn’t want the first vaccine,” he said. “We should not treat people unfairly who want to allow their own immune system to take care of the situation. But okay, I took one for the team.”

He went on to say that the medical establishment “don’t know a lot about anything”.

“We still don’t understand too much about how the human body works,” Mr Maher said. “So, don’t sit there in your white coat and tell me ‘just do what we say’. When have we ever been wrong? A lot is my answer. A lot. They drilled mercury into my teeth when I was a child. Now, of course, we don’t do that anymore, but do you really think in 50 years people will look back and say, ‘oh, yeah, we had it all figured out in 2022?’ No, they will be appalled at things we’re doing right now”.

Maher’s shift on COVID has been predated by some downright moderate discussions from the longtime liberal, leading many to wonder if he’s headed toward the dead center of the American political morass.

Freud has often been summed up with the phrase, “sometimes, a cigar is just a cigar”.  But one liberal comedian now wants to sum up COVID with, “sometimes, enough is just enough”. Left-leaning comedian and television host Bill Maher this week lashed out against lingering COVID protocols, even going so far as to glorify the idea of disobedience. Bill Maher has said that he’s “over Covid” and that doctors shouldn’t tell people “just do what we say” in relation to how to handle the pandemic. The comedian and HBO talk show host told Deadline in an interview that “I feel like Covid is still the dominant issue of our lives right now and it should not be anymore”. The 66-year-old said he was “never scared” of Covid-19, but that he was “always scared of the reaction to it”. And then… “As this has played out that only proved to be more true for me,” Mr Maher, who contracted the virus in May of last year, told Deadline. “I’m sure many people feel different, but that’s me. It was never that virulent a threat, I thought, to people who were in good health.” “We should, of course, protect the vulnerable, but it was mostly a disease of the very old, which every disease is a threat to, and people who have comorbidities, which mostly is due to lifestyle,” he added. His harshest quips followed: “I didn’t want the first vaccine,” he said. “We should not treat people unfairly who want to allow their own immune system to take care of the situation. But okay, I took one for the team.” He went on to say that the medical establishment “don’t know a lot about anything”. “We still don’t understand too much about how the human body works,” Mr Maher said. “So, don’t…

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