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    Former U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, a Democrat from Hawaii, hailed McAuliffe's defeat as a win for all Americans. "McAuliffe's loss is a victory for all Americans. Why? Because it was a resounding rejection of efforts to divide us by race, the stripping of parental rights, and arrogant, deaf leaders. This benefits us all," she tweeted. McAuliffe\u2019s loss is a victory for all Americans. Why? Because it was a resounding rejection of efforts to divide us by race, the stripping of parental rights, and arrogant, deaf leaders. This benefits us all. — Tulsi Gabbard \ud83c\udf3a (@Tulsi Gabbard \ud83c\udf3a) 1635978587
    Former Trump-era Treasury Department appointee Adam Korzeniewski said Wednesday that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) considering handing power to the Biden-Harris administration to raise the debt ceiling speaks to her failed leadership. “Pelosi discussing giving authority to raise the debt ceiling to the Biden Treasury would be a total abdication of Congress’s Constitutional duties by the Democrat Party,” Korzeniewski exclusively told Breitbart News. “This would give substantial authority to the Executive Branch that it was never meant to” have due to “meddling unelected bureaucratic mandarins of the administrative state.” Korzeniewski also said allowing the Treasury Department to raise the debt ceiling would remove the balance of power in the federal government. Adam Korzeniewski “The Treasury Department is probably the single most powerful department of the U.S. Government already. Expanding its powers would enable an avalanche of progressivism and excess,” he said. “This would practically render Congress to merely approving spending for special interest groups and removing what little check on government power the American people have left.” Korzeniewski added congressional Democrats are likely “throwing Biden” under the bus with a...
    Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo slammed the "failed" drone strike in Kabul that was aimed at ISIS-K terrorists, after the Pentagon admitted on Friday that the attack instead killed an aid worker and members of his family including seven children.  Speaking with Fox News' "Sunday Morning Futures," Pompeo noted that "it's obviously a tragedy that civilians were killed" and argued that the botched strike "is just another piece of an evacuation that was driven by politics" and not driven by "putting America first."  SANDERS CHARGES U.S. DRONE STRIKE THAT KILLED AFGHAN CHILDREN WAS ‘UNACCEPTABLE’ Head of the U.S. Central Command Gen. Kenneth F. McKenzie Jr. announced Friday that it is unlikely any ISIS-K members were killed in the Kabul drone strike on August 29, which led to multiple civilian casualties. According to U.S. officials, the strike on the vehicle, formerly believed to have been a threat that included bombs and that was operated by ISIS-K militants, took place after a suicide bombing at Kabul airport in Afghanistan killed 13 U.S. service members and civilians. "It looks like they were in a rush," Pompeo...
    A dead cactus is seen on the ground near the United States-Mexico border wall in Organ Pipe National Park south of Ajo, Arizona, on Feb. 13, 2020. A federal judge on Monday ruled that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) under the previous administration violated law by failing to properly examine environmental impacts of construction of his stupid and racist border fencing, as well as other increased border militarization measures. The ruling stems from a 2017 lawsuit filed by Arizona Rep. Raúl Grijalva and the Center for Biological Diversity, which celebrated the ruling in a statement.  “This is a win for wildlife and communities along the border, where the government has behaved as if the laws don’t apply,” endangered species legal director Brian Segee said. “This victory follows years of federal officials neglecting the environment and the health and wellbeing of borderland communities.” “Today’s ruling says federal officials broke the law by failing to prepare an updated in-depth environmental impact statement for the U.S.-Mexico border enforcement program,” which included  wall construction and increased enforcement, the Center for Biological Diversity said. But the previous administration “argued that there had...
    Top officials are facing backlash after the Biden administration's announcement to withdraw all U.S. troops from Afghanistan by September 11 opened a path for the Taliban to take control of the country. In an interview on "Fox & Friends," retired Navy SEAL and Wisconsin congressional candidate Derrick Van Orden called on Biden's top diplomatic advisors to resign, saying they failed in their duty to advise the president.   PRESIDENT BIDEN, VP HARRIS AVOID THE CAMERAS AS KABUL FALLS TO TALIBAN DERRICK VAN ORDEN: I did two tours in Afghanistan in 2003 and 2009, and, unfortunately, the Biden administration is redefining the word incompetence. You've got Secretary Blinken and Secretary Austin. They need to tender their resignations right now. The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Milley, he needs to go peel potatoes in the galley for about a month and then resign also. These folks' primary duty is to advise the president of the United States on diplomatic and military matters and they've abjectly failed that. The national security architecture of the United States of America is clearly broken...
    Savannah Rychcik February 25, 2021 0 Comments  President Joe Biden is commemorating 50 million COVID-19 vaccine shots despite the “mess” he inherited from the previous administration. While delivering remarks on Thursday, he noted one of the first goals of his presidency was to get 100 million shots administered within his first 100 days. “At first critics said that goal was too ambitious, no one could do that, then they said it was too small… America will be the first country, perhaps the only one, to get that done,” Biden said. He continued, “I’m here to report we’re halfway there, 50 million shots in just 37 days since I’ve become president, that’s weeks ahead of schedule… we’re moving in the right direction though despite the mess we inherited from the previous administration.” Watch his remarks below: ‘At first critics said that goal was too ambitious, no one could do that, then they said it was too small’ — Pres. Biden celebrates 50 million shots in just 37 days, despite the ‘mess’ he inherited from the previous...
    Savannah Rychcik February 23, 2021 0 Comments National Institutes of Health Director Francis Collins is praising the Trump administration for the “breathtaking” speed at which a COVID-19 vaccine was developed. During an interview with Axios, Collins was asked what the Trump administration got right amid the coronavirus pandemic. “The Operation Warp Speed, for which I give a great deal of credit to Secretary Azar, was a effort that many of us were not initially convinced was going to be necessary and it was thought about as a Manhattan Project,” Collins said on Sunday. He continued, “Those words were used sometimes to describe what needed to happen in order to get all parts of the government together in an unprecedented way to test up to six vaccines in rigorous trials… so that if any of those trials happen to work, you would already have doses ready to go into arms.” Watch his comments below: He also applauded the Trump administration for recruiting Operation Warp Speed chief scientific adviser Dr. Moncef Slaoui. Collins said it was “an...
    The now-closed prison camp for migrant children in Homestead, Florida. A bipartisan Senate report has found that two companies with a laundry list of offenses were awarded nearly $60 million in federal contracts by the Trump administration to detain unaccompanied migrant children, CNN reports. Kids who come to the U.S. alone are transferred to a Health and Human Services (HHS) contracted facility until they can be placed with a sponsor. But the government could have actively endangered these kids due to a failure to properly vet two of these contractors, legislators said. That incompetence includes a failure to “require either company to disclose prior adverse actions their respective state and local governments had taken against them,” and failing to “research the disciplinary history of either company,” the Senate report found. VisionQuest National, Ltd. and New Horizon Group Home, LLC, which did receive a portion of the grants before they were discontinued, have disturbing records including the loss of an operating license for one of the companies. “New Horizon, which operated a residential facility in North Carolina for children requiring full-time care, had a running list of state violations,...
    More On: joe biden Joe Biden still doesn’t realize what the voters that Democrats have lost actually want Why Biden will restart Iran deal and other commentary Joe Biden suggests he wants return to Bush-era tax rate Biden says he’ll try to return to Iran Deal, keep Phase One China deal Technocracy, climate cultism & dumb wars Are you ready for the Great Reset? It’s the Great Leap Forward of 21st-century technocracy. It’s time, we are told by the likes of Davos guru Klaus Schwab, to reboot our passé, 18th-century ideas about rights, democracy and constitutions — and surrender to the smooth rule of the ­experts and the climate cultists, not forgetting, of course, their financial advisers. The reality, however, is less Great Reset than Great Preset. What elites who talk this way really want is to turn the clock back to circa 2014, before Donald Trump’s ascent, before Brexit, before populists swept to power across the West on a wave of discontent with the liberal-technocratic order. Look at who Joe Biden, the great hope of resetters, wants to...
    David Beckham and Conor McGregor were asked to appear in Trump's ad campaign. Getty/Chip Somodevilla/Pool/Steve Granitz Donald Trump's administration tried and failed tried and failed to recruit sporting giants like David Beckham, Lewis Hamilton, and Conor McGregor for an ill-fated $300 million coronavirus advertising campaign ahead of the election.  POLITICO reports the taxpayer-funded campaign, which will no longer run before November 3, was designed to "defeat despair" about COVID-19. Other sports stars asked to be involved included Dwayne Johnson, Serena Williams, and James Harden. The campaign, headed by Michael Caputo, is currently under review amid accusations it was to be used to help Trump win votes.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Donald Trump's administration tried and failed tried and failed to recruit sporting giants like David Beckham, Lewis Hamilton, and Conor McGregor for an ill-fated $300 million coronavirus advertising campaign ahead of the election.  POLITICO reports the taxpayer-funded campaign, which it says will no longer run before November 3, was designed to "defeat despair" about COVID-19. Michael Caputo, who was hand selected by Trump to lead the operation,...
    The Supreme Court's ruling against the Trump administration's effort to end the Obama-era Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program –­ which offers legal protections to young immigrants brought to the country illegally as children –­ was based on a failure to follow rules and not the actual merit of the program, Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano explained Thursday. In a 5-4 decision, with Chief Justice John Roberts joining his liberal counterparts to author the opinion, the Supreme Court said that the administration's decision to rescind DACA violated the Administrative Procedure Act (APA), which sets out rulemaking procedures for federal agencies. SUPREME COURT RULES AGAINST TRUMP ADMINISTRATION BID TO END DACA PROGRAM Reacting to the decision while on "America's Newsroom" with hosts Sandra Smith and Ed Henry, Napolitano stated further that while the court is not saying whether DACA is right or wrong, it is commenting on "the manner in which the Trump administration terminated it without proposing an alternative for the 700,000 to 800,000 human beings who came here as babies and have been raised as if they were and for all practical purposes are Americans, without consideration for what will happen to...
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