- Senate passes controversial foreign aid bill sending billions to Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan:
Fox News – The Senate passed a $95 billion national security supplemental package to assist Ukraine, Israel and the Indo-Pacific after a tedious procedural process that came to an end early Tuesday morning. The final vote was 70 to 29, with 22 Republicans voting yes. Democratic Sens. Peter Welch and Jeff Merkley, plus independent Sen. Bernie Sanders, voted no.
The supplemental package does not include any border security provisions and comes as the national debt soars above $34 trillion. Calls to offset the spending with cuts elsewhere went unheeded. Several Republicans spent hours — since the beginning of the weekend — collectively filibustering the package on the Senate floor. Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, committed to filibustering the bill for four hours on Saturday and continued early Tuesday.
Denny’s Insight: Time to repeat the old line: “Shocked but not surprised.” More foreign funding and nothing for our border, all at the hands of 22 Republican traitors.
2. White House Suggests Biden Won’t Take Cognitive Test During Physical Exam:
Daily Wire – The White House suggested on Monday that President Joe Biden will not take a cognitive test during his yearly physical exam — despite overwhelming skepticism from voters that he has the mental fitness needed to serve a second term.
The news comes after Special Counsel Robert Hur concluded last week in his criminal investigation into Biden’s handling of classified material that Biden “willfully retained and disclosed classified materials,” but no criminal charges were warranted, adding that prosecutors “also considered that, at trial, Mr. Biden would likely present himself to a jury…as a sympathetic, well-meaning, elderly man with a poor memory.”
Denny’s Insight: Wow, maybe Democrats really are going to continue running with Biden even though it’s apparent he’s incapable of functioning sharply.
3. Pelosi: Biden’s Younger than Me and People Say They Don’t Know in Depositions:
Breitbart – On Monday’s broadcast of CNN’s “Ac360,” Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) criticized Special Counsel Robert Hur’s remarks on President Joe Biden’s mental sharpness and stated that people say they don’t know things in depositions and also stated that while Biden’s age “is an objective fact,” it’s also “all relative. He’s younger than I am. So, what do I have to say about his age?”
After saying that Biden is “very sharp” mentally, Pelosi said, “I think that people do make mistakes. I think his age is one thing that’s an objective fact. His making a mistake from time to time, we all do that. When the former — ex-President, defeated President Trump made a mistake about one thing or another, he would make the same mistake seven times. It wasn’t a slip of the tongue. It was a complete going down a path of something that wasn’t even true, intentionally or otherwise. So, I think, that again, age is an objective fact, as I say, it’s all relative. He’s younger than I am. So, what do I have to say about his age? But he is, again, knowledgeable, wise.” And that Biden has valuable experience.
Denny’s Insight: Does Pelosi’s age comparison of Biden to herself make you feel any better about our leaders’ capabilities?
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