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Video || Biden tells troops biggest threat to America is global warming

Well, maybe, if global warming makes the Chinese more likely to attack Taiwan or Russia to seize Estonia. From remarks by President Biden today to U.S. troops in the United Kingdom: “You know, when I went over the tank in the Pentagon, when I first was elected vice president with President Obama. Military sat down to let us know what the greatest threats facing America

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Inspector General says Lafayette Square was not cleared for Trump photo op

A couple of things to note about this. It’s a report by a Biden administration inspector general. It was widely assumed, without evidence, by that Lafayette Square was cleared so Trump could hold a Bible in front of St. John’s Church. That was wrong. And 49 U.S. Park Police were injured, and nobody seems to care. In fact, the protests were celebrated with the renaming

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Apparent mistake leads to fawning question for Harris in Mexico

Surely, Vice President Harris is delighted with the mistake. The reporter said it was an “honor” to ask a question, and BTW, “I voted for you!” According to Fox News: At Harris’ press conference in Mexico City, one of the questions came from a person identified as a reporter for Univision and was widely mocked as the height of press fawning over the administration. Harris,

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Never Trumper wins GOP gubernatorial primary in New Jersey

Well, it’s New Jersey. It’s a wonderful state, but not exactly Trump country. Although it does look like the pro-Trump GOP vote was split. According to the Washington Times: The most fervent supporters of former President Donald Trump fell short Tuesday in their underdog bids for the GOP gubernatorial nomination in New Jersey, but left with some bragging rights after collecting a sizable share of

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