October 22nd: Biden’s America and the Conservative Resistance

I’m checking because I’m thorough, but if the president didn’t do anything on Thursday and Friday, I suspect he won’t be working Saturday and Sunday either. And indeed, that’s the case: “the president has no public events scheduled” for today, says his official agenda.

  • Charles Hurt: Democrat Nightmare: They Went to Bed with Obama, Woke Up with Biden
  • Republican political consultants are reportedly choosing between Kevin McCarthy and Never Trump Liz Cheney as members gear up for the midterms, and Distancing Themselves from Liz Cheney
  • CNN’s Democratic strategist Paul Begala said Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) made a “huge mistake” by not letting any Republicans vote for Sen. Joe Manchin’s (D-WV) compromised voting bill.
  • Terry McAuliffe Denies Existence of Pro-Life Women CEOs in America
  • Joe Biden Builds ‘Wall’ Around His Delaware Beach House, Makes America Pay for It. But no wall for America.
  • Rep. Tom Tiffany grilled Attorney General Merrick Garland at a House Judiciary Committee hearing on basing federal loan forgiveness on race.
  • “You’re a Joke!” Marjorie Taylor Greene Confronted Never-Trumper Liz Cheney on House Floor Over Bannon Vote
  • Set member tells @HumanEvents the armorist for the Alec Baldwin movie had asked prop master to check gun for blanks by ‘shaking it around and listening for a rattling sound’ before handing to Baldwin.
    Magazine/chamber not checked. Alec Baldwin was rehearsing a church scene with the cinematographer when he drew the gun and said something like ‘is this what you want?’ and then pulled the trigger. Director was standing behind her. Bullet struck abdomen, then exited and struck director’s shoulder. Set member tells @HumanEvents the Alec Baldwin production was more worried about COVID safety than firearm safety.
  • ​Arizona Growing Like 1980s Southern California
  • China’s Military Declares Biotechnology Warfare as its Fundamental Guiding Principle
  • ​Wall Street Profits Soar Despite Accelerated Job Losses During Pandemic
  • Former NBA player and civil rights activist Royce White joined Steve Bannon and said “Black Men Are Going to Rise Up – Not Gonna Let People Like Joy Ann Reid Think They’re Speaking for Us, She’s a Joke”
  • ​Robert Durst Charged With 1982 Murder of Wife Kathie Durst
  • Bumbling Joe Biden Struggles to Spit Out Answer on Gas Prices — Begs Saudi Arabia to Bail Out US after His Actions Caused US Prices to Skyrocket
  • ​Unemployment Rate at 9.8 Percent in LA County
  • Republican Lawmaker Closes House Floor Speech with “Let’s Go Brandon!”
  • State Department: We know of 363 US citizens still trying to leave Afghanistan
  • U.S. airstrike today in northwest Syria killed senior alQaeda leader Abdul Hamid al-Matar
  • South Korea seeks to develop missile defense against N. Korea’s artillery barrage
  • Teenagers are figuring out how to fake positive Covid tests using lemon juice and hacks from TikTok
  • Iran grants scientific award to 2 US-based physicists
  • Supply chain disruptions impacting dairy farmers amid ongoing COVID-related issues
  • SpaceX fires up its SN20 Starship prototype for the first time! 165ft-tall rocket roars to life ahead of its highly-anticipated debut test flight
  • Elon Musk’s Boring Company wins approval to build a 29-mile tunnel system underneath the Las Vegas strip, allowing up to 57,000 passengers to hitch rides in Teslas to and from casinos every hour
  • Pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s victim claim his Zorro Ranch had three computer rooms the ‘size of houses’ to spy on guests including Prince Andrew
  • Biden town hall prompts mockery, ‘Beavis and Butthead’ comparisons
  • National School Board Association announces ”we regret and apologize for the letter” to Biden admin characterizing concerned parents as potentially domestic terrorists
  • White House clarifies that there was no change in US policy on Taiwan after President Joe Biden promised to defend the island
  • Students at Washington and Lee University in Virginia are BANNED from passing out flyers for Republican gubernatorial
  • Buffalo, NY may elect a socialist mayor soon
  • The new mayor of Dolton, Illinois hired a 46-year-old registered child sex offender to be the city’s code enforcement officer
  • DHS pays over $455K to build ‘security fencing’ around Biden’s beach home
  • George Washington University political science professor slams ‘disgraceful’ removal of Thomas Jefferson statue from NYC’s City Hall
  • Democratic cities that sought to defund police reverse course amid rising crime, cop shortages
  • Federal judge throws out local prosecution of cops who shot driver as car lurched toward them
  • Las Vegas businessman charged with voting twice in November 2020 election
  • Sales high: Cannabis purchases near $1 billion annually in Illinois
  • Pennsylvania’s election audit on hold amid subpoena lawsuit
  • Washington state legislators locked out of offices over vaccine rule
  • White House says Biden drove by U.S.-Mexico border in 2008 campaign stop
  • City of Tucson to terminate unvaccinated employees, Arizona governor vows legal action
  • Governor wants special legislative session for three Maryland counties to join West Virginia
  • The definition of being ‘fully vaccinated’ against COVID-19 could change, CDC director says
  • GOP Sens. Johnson, Toomey call on GAO to withdraw global warming retirement savings report
  • Supreme Court sets hearing for Texas abortion ban, does not block temporarily
  • Group files suit in Virginia arguing Fairfax Co violates state law on accepting absentee ballots
  • Rep Buck asks AG Garland face to face whether he’ll appoint special counsel for Hunter Biden artwork
  • Pfizer says its COVID-19 kids shot is more than 90% effective
  • Abbott names former Trump election lawyer as Texas secretary of state, will oversee election audit
  • Biden says U.S. has a ‘commitment’ to defend Taiwan, should China attack
  • Majority of Americans oppose FBI investigation of parents at school board meetings, survey finds
  • Lawsuit claims Virginia’s Fairfax County is violating election laws
  • VA begins ‘mandatory counseling’ for unvaccinated employees
  • Facebook’s oversight board accuses company of giving special treatment to VIP accounts
  • Biden and Harris speak at ceremony to mark anniversary of MLK Jr. Memorial
  • Federal judge rules detention of Guantánamo Bay prisoner unlawful
  • School district racially segregates students, threatens them for ‘biased’ statements: lawsuit
  • Rep. Devin Nunes: ABC News HQ should move to Disney’s Fantasyland after Steele interview
  • Senate ‘privacy hawk’ brushes aside Republican concerns about expanded IRS financial surveillance
  • Baldwin accidentally handed loaded gun before fatal shooting, search warrant says
  • Trading in Trump’s social media stock surges, trading halted
  • Superintendent in Virginia’s Loudoun Co alerted school board day of assault in gender fluid bathroom
  • McAuliffe embraces Biden in homestretch of campaign: ‘We’ve had great success with the president’
  • Thumb on scale? University bars display for Youngkin, but churches run ad for McAuliffe
  • Biden vaccine mandate isn’t in effect, isn’t enforceable, Republican AGs argue
  • GOP congresswoman calls Biden ‘trafficker-in-chief,’ says lax border empowers human traffickers
  • House holds Steve Bannon in criminal contempt, refers matter to Justice Department
  • AG Garland tells Congress Justice not targeting outspoken school parents as ‘domestic terrorists’
  • Five members of Sinema’s veterans advisory board resign over opposition to $3.5T spending bill
  • White House floats new tax plan to get enough Senate Democrats behind trillion dollar spending bill
  • Wisconsin election audit details numerous problems with the 2020 election process
  • Whitmer fallout: Audit finds 800 unreported COVID-19 deaths in Michigan nursing homes
  • Arizona AG seeks restraining order to halt federal vaccine mandate
  • Judicial Watch gets docs showing coordinated effort to advance CRT in Va’s Loudoun Co
  • Biden to campaign with McAuliffe in tight Virginia governor’s race with GOP’s Youngkin
  • California town hits $7.59 per gallon of gas
  • DOJ watchdog adamant FBI’s McCabe lied and that no politics involved in firing
  • ‘Conspiracy theories:’ Georgia elections chief levels withering attack on voter activist Abrams
  • Texas nurse convicted of capital murder for killing four patients with arterial air injections
  • Arizona college police ask county attorney for misdemeanor charges for activists who stalked Sinema
  • The U.S. Government Accountability Office is a legislative branch government agency that provides auditing, evaluation, and investigative services for the United States Congress. It is the supreme audit institution of the federal government of the United States.

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Author: Jean Patrick Grumberg


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