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Biden Has The Perfect Response When Asked About DeSantis Possibly Sending Migrants To Delaware

Now that Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has proven there is no disgusting stunt he won’t try in order to get media attention and boost his chances of re-election (along with his bid for the White House in 2024), there are reports that he may be planning to transport more migrants, this time to President Joe Biden’s home state of Delaware.

The Independent reports:

The White House is coordinating with state officials and aid groups preparing for the potential arrival of a plane with migrants sent from Texas to coastal Delaware near the beach home of President Joe Biden.

The flight, due to arrive on Tuesday afternoon, could mark the second flight within a week organised by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’s administration to move people seeking asylum in San Antonio to northeastern towns.

“We are coordinating closely with state officials and local service providers who are prepared to welcome these families in an orderly manner as they pursue their asylum claims,” White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters.

That led to this exchange today during a press opportunity in the Roosevelt Room where Biden was making remarks on the DISCLOSE Act:

Q On the border, why is the border more overwhelmed under your watch, Mr. President?

THE PRESIDENT: Because there are three countries that are — never have — there are fewer — fewer immigrants coming from Central America and from Mexico. This is a totally different circumstance.

What’s on my watch now is Venezuela, Cuba, and Nicaragua. And the ability to send them back to those states is not rational. You could send them back and have them — we’re working with Mexico and other countries to see if we can stop the flow. But that’s the difference.

Thank you.

But there was one more shouted question as the president began to leave the room:

Q What more can your administration be doing, Mr. President?

Q Ron DeSantis — it looks like he’s sending migrants to Delaware. Do you have any comment or response to that, sir?

THE PRESIDENT: He should come visit. We have a beautiful shoreline.

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Republicans Say Cows Dead From Extreme Heat Were Killed By Biden To Destroy The US Food Supply

Over the past seven years or so — say since Donald Trump decided in 2015 that he was running for president — we’ve been bombarded with one absurd, fact-free, idiotic conspiracy theory after another, some of which came from Trump, others from Republicans and nutjob right-wingers who were once kept mostly in the shadows.

Consider just a few of the viral conspiracy theories that have circulated during that time, most of which did indeed originate with Trump:

  • Barack Obama was born in a foreign country
  • Ted Cruz’s father played a role in the assassination of John F. Kennedy
  • Windmills cause cancer
  • Climate change was created by China to destroy the United States

And yet somehow all of those pale in comparison to the one making the rounds in GOP circles involving reports that thousands of cows have died this summer as a result of extreme heat, according to The Daily Beast:

Republicans have seized on the deaths of thousands of cattle in a Kansas heat wave as the latest proof of a baseless conspiracy theory that saboteurs ranging from the mega-wealthy to the government are out to destroy the national food supply.

That hoax has been circulating on the right for months, but received new energy after thousands of cattle in Kansas died in a June heatwave in which temperatures topped 104 degrees. A viral video that showed what appeared to be hundreds of dead cattle was cited by as proof that someone—the Biden administration, liberal billionaires, or an unnamed elite cabal—was behind the deaths.

Here we go again. Grab your tinfoil hat and get ready for the mind-numbing craziness that has been unleashed thanks to some deceased bovine.

Let’s start with Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-NC), who thankfully lost his primary election in May and will not be returning to the House of Representatives:

In a speech on the House floor, Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-NC) said Americans have “every right to be skeptical” about the food-supply incidents, including the cattle deaths and the baby formula shortage. Cawthorn described the incidents as a “seemly unexplainable series of food industry accidents” being ignored by the media.

“Does no one care that children are starving you and your colleagues feast at Le Diplomate?” Cawthorn said, referring to the French restaurant popular with Washington politicos.

Hey, Madison, doesn’t one of your relatives need his face humped? Shouldn’t you go tend to that and leave politics to the non-loonified?

Or perhaps Tennessee House candidate Robby Starbuck is more in tune with the mass hysteria which has overtaken the GOP in recent years:

“They did not die of extreme heat,” Starbuck tweeted. “I talked to multiple ranchers since I saw this video (one from Kansas) and they all say this needs to be investigated ASAP to get to the bottom of this because there’s no way heat caused 10,000+ cattle to drop dead. This is not normal.”

Are cows supposed to be immune to extreme heat? If it gets hot enough, any animal (the human animal included) can collapse and die. That’s medical and scientific fact. But since when do conservatives believe in facts?

Personally, I’m waiting for the rumor to start that deceased humans are being converted into food and sold back to us in the form of say…beef jerky or green tea smoothies. Only when that can be proven will we all be able to stand on our front porches and cry out in anguish, “Soylent Green is people!”

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Lauren Boebert Attempts To Insult Joe Biden And Falls Flat On Her Face


During an appearance on Fox News Tuesday, Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) tried not once, but TWICE to insult President Joe Biden, only to flub both attempts and wind up looking like the clueless dullard she is and always will be.

HuffPost notes that Boebert’s attempts at slagging Biden were on the issues of taxes and energy independence:

“I don’t know who’s running the federal government these days: Joe Biden or Prince John from … uhhhh … Prince John,” Boebert said on Fox News Tuesday. “But they’re taxing us into poverty.”

Prince John from Prince John? What in the hell?!

Boebert was probably trying to reference Prince John from the Disney animated movie “Robin Hood,” but apparently the already minimal synapses in her brain refused to fire.

A few minutes later, the Colorado Republican used a double negative that completely undercut what she was trying to communicate:

“If it’s not American energy, Joe doesn’t want it.”

It didn’t take long before “Prince John” began to trend on Twitter, and the videos of Bobert’s Fox appearance have been viewed over 1.2 million times so far.

Here’s some of what Twitter users had to say about Boebert’s televised faceplant:

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Eric Trump Says He’d Like To Have Dinner With Jesus So He Can Whine To Him About Creating Joe Biden

It’s a question most of us have probably been asked at least once in our lives: If you could have dinner with anyone from history, alive or dead, who would it be?

According to Eric Trump, son of failed, one-term former President Donald Trump, he’d like to have a meal with Jesus Christ, but not to discuss topics such as sin and redemption or the reason for evil in the world, but so he can complain to him about creating President Joe Biden.

Newsweek reports:

Trump, the 38-year-old son of former President Donald Trump, made the comment in an interview with Candace Owens for conservative outlet The Daily Wire.

In the interview aired on Tuesday, Owens asked Eric Trump for his ideal dining companion “dead or alive,” adding that he couldn’t choose his father.

“How about Jesus?” Trump replied.

Owens responded that Jesus was a good answer and asked what Trump would ask him at that hypothetical dinner.

Trump joked: “Did you envision this happening to the United States of America?”

He added: “Did you ever envision a person as incompetent as Joe Biden running the United States of America? How in the world did this happen?”—prompting laughter from Owens.

A minute later, Eric tried to get serious, but only compounded the matter by telling Owens:

“Honestly, I might ask him if this is actually a ploy to show people the difference between Republican leadership and Democratic leadership. Sometimes I think about that.”

Is that what you think about, Eric? You’ll forgive us if we’re amazed that you manage to “think” about anything considering that you’re not very bright to begin with.

As for having dinner, Eric might not like what Jesus has to say about his lying, stealing from a cancer charity for kids, filing fake financial reports, and other mortal sins he commits with such ease.


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RNC Chair Tries To Blame Burning Of Fox News Christmas Tree On (Wait For It…) Joe Biden

Early Wednesday, the Fox News Christmas tree was set ablaze, the Washington Post reports:

The towering Christmas tree outside the Fox News headquarters in New York was set on fire early Wednesday, causing first responders to race to extinguish a blaze that engulfed the 50-foot tree in Midtown Manhattan.

Video posted to social media shows flames and smoke coming off the decorated tree shortly after midnight just outside the News Corp. building. The network cut in for a live broadcast of the blaze at Fox News Square, just days after the tree, covered in thousands of lights and ornaments, was ceremoniously lit to ring in the holidays.

A man was later arrested for the act:

Craig Tamanaha, 49, was arrested early Wednesday and charged with setting the fire, a New York Police Department spokesperson told The Washington Post. Tamanaha faces charges including criminal mischief, reckless endangerment and arson. The man “was observed by Fox News Channel security climbing the Christmas tree decorated outside their office building near the corner of West 48 Street and Sixth Avenue” about 12:15 a.m., police said.

End of story, right? Not according to Republican National Committee (RNC) Chair Ronna McDaniel, who went on Fox and tried to blame the whole thing on President Joe Biden.

McDaniel was asked to predict how she thought the GOP would do in the 2022 midterms. She remarked:

“What this poll is telling us is we’re going to take back the House and the Senate and the American people want a change. Biden is underwater. Harris’s approval is under 30% and Republicans are more trusted on three key issues: the economy, inflation and crime.

“And these are issues we’re seeing every day on our streets, around our homes, in our communities, on the news. Look at your Christmas tree that was just burned down. This is a huge problem for Democrats.”

Wait! What was that? A random act of arson is a problem for Democrats? Sounds like a bit of a stretch, and it also suggests Republicans are in big trouble, despite their bragging about how they intend to win in 2022.