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Saturday, January 15, 2022

Biden meant every nasty word he said

Biden's trip to the crypt of Martin Luther King in Atlanta was ghoulish as he conjured up the ghost of the assassinated civil rights leader to pass a Democrat bill to federalize elections.

Among other things, his unconstitutional proposal would end a requirement to show a photo ID when voting.

Felons would vote.

Campaign speech would be regulated.

NBC reported, "The bill would also create or increase penalties for intimidating and deceiving voters to counteract misinformation and disinformation about elections, which have run rampant since 2020."

In the Age of Covid, the truth is labeled misinformation and disinformation.

Biden wants to codify the cheating that handed him the 2020 election. The partisanship and unfairness of this attack on voting is pitched by the media as protecting voting rights.

The bill is so partisan that Sinema and Manchin won't let it through. Without them, the bill is doomed, which would be another Democrat failure and another disappointment for Democrats. 

Biden decided to whitewash his failure by going to Atlanta to rally the very people he was letting down.

CNN reported a day before his visit, "A coalition of voting rights groups in Georgia announced Monday that they will not attend events surrounding President Joe Biden's expected visit to Atlanta, urging for concrete action instead of what they called a photo op."

That is pretty bad when his own voters turn their backs on a president.

The speech given Biden made it very clear that he knows he's lost and he's angry. The speech was a personal attack on Democrats (and Republicans) who dare to disagree. He extended not the olive branch, but a caveman's club.

Biden said, "Do you want to be on the side of Dr. King or George Wallace?  Do you want to be on the side of John Lewis or Bull Connor?  Do you want to be on the side of Abraham Lincoln or Jefferson Davis?"

Wallace, Connor, and Davis were all Democrats.

He has written off Sinema, Manchin, and all Republicans as white supremacists.

As a young senator, Biden sucked up to actual segregations such as James Eastland and of course, Bob Byrd.

Some people say it was worse than when Dick Durbin attacked those who guarded and interrogated terrorists at Gitmo on June 14, 2005.

He said, "If I read this to you and did not tell you that it was an FBI agent describing what Americans had done to prisoners in their control, you would most certainly believe this must have been done by Nazis, Soviets in their gulags or some mad regime — Pol Pot or others — that had no concern for human beings," 

Well, let's let Durbin be the judge.

Durban said, "Perhaps the President went a little too far in his rhetoric. Some of us do."

At Friday's press briefing, Peter Doocy asked Psaki about the nasty speech.

Psaki said, "I think everybody listening to that speech — who’s speaking on the level, as my mother would say — would note that he was not comparing them as humans."

That's an odd phrasing.

Instead of saying it was nothing personal, she said he was not comparing them as humans. Perhaps that means he does not see Republicans as being human.

Cocaine Mitch said, "I have known, liked and personally respected Joe Biden for many years. I did not recognize the man at that podium." 

That reveals how little McConnell knew Biden because he has been a nasty man most of these last 30 years. Maybe it is the brain aneurysms. Whatever the case, Biden meant every word.

Liberals are so self-righteous these days that they refuse to hear any other argument. In fact, I don't believe they see us as human anymore.

57 comments:

  1. A former neighbor of his once referred to him as an ignoranus, so this is a lifetime thing.

    Liberals are so self-righteous these days that they refuse to hear any other argument. In fact, I don't believe they see us as human anymore.

    Yellow stars on being made in Wuhan as we speak.

    PS As I said before, Wallace, Wilkins, and Davis; no offense to MLK.

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    1. We all know about your love for Jefferson Davis and slavery but keep reminding us so new readers can get up to speed on your ways.

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    2. I don't know who's got the worst case of rabbit ears ; you or Big Jake . The rhetoric you are engaging in is coming close to bullying .

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    3. Sowega, go read ed's comments on the January 12 highlights of the news. It takes eyeballs, not rabbit ears.

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    4. Well, Ed is correct about Lincoln and Davis. Davis, regardless of his motivation was following the constitution as intended (slavery or no slavery) and Lincoln has the distinctions of both destroying the United States and creating what amounts to a new government and being the United States only Dictator. The Democrats admire Lincoln for being a dictator.

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  2. Barack Obama once said—allegedly but plausibly—that Democrats should never underestimate Joe Biden’s ability to F*** things up.

    Thanks Biden voters! The (D)umbing (D)own of America shows no floor.

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  3. Which is why we need to cut their heads off.

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  4. Biden may have meant every word, but it was still in his best interests to keep his mouth shut about it. Now, his mental state is being openly questioned by more than just Republicans.

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    1. They’re all in, man. The Black Jesus taught them that doubling down works. Ironic that a couple of quirky Dems May blow their shite up.

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  5. Brandon is evil and he is also an ignoramus. And, yes, he did mean every word. What is to be done with him??

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  6. On the other hand it is a clear sign of desperation and fear.

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    1. People do rash destructive things when they're fearful and desperate. Be on guard.

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    2. "On the other hand it is a clear sign of desperation and fear."

      Indeed it is, and if we push the point, we can make it an existential crisis for them.

      There is commentary on an article at Instapundit (I think it's by Sarah Hoyt) that has the following three points, which methinks are pretty accurate:

      1) They’re starting to suspect that the people who stayed silent all these decades aren’t on their side. This goes against their trust in the “arrow of history” and could mean they’ve always been wrong.

      2) Technology is rendering the fields they long-marched through irrelevant. Their most concerted media campaign against a sitting president failed so spectacularly that they had to fraud at the last minute, in front of everyone. Conversely their tongue-laving of Brandon didn’t prevent Let’s go Brandon going viral. They’re pushing the lever and it’s not working. Worse, the covidiocy has destroyed one of their centers of power: schools, and convinced a lot of parents to raise their own kids.

      3) Everything they take over stops working. Everything. From the arts, to the culture, to news, to now industry. They’re perplexed and scared by this. And starting to panic.

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    3. I saw that too. Pretty awesome.

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    4. The left destroys everything it touches.

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    5. https://accordingtohoyt.com/2022/01/15/decades-of-decadence/

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    6. And Big Tech may be dying from within as this twitter thread from CFP reveals.

      https://mobile.twitter.com/HazardHarringto/status/1481797871389351936

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    7. You mean this?

      https://donsurber.blogspot.com/2022/01/big-tech-goes-woke-and-is-headed-for.html

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    8. Yes, Don. Sorry I missed that one. Should have known you’d be all over it.

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  7. They are desperate. Biden is throwing his depends against the wall to see if it sticks. They are completely in disarray and they can't stop the decline..

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  8. For fifty years when Brandon spoke he would insert BOTH feet. serial liars do that

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  9. Biden was my senator when I was in high school. He has always been a blow hard. He was never smart, and always tried to be the tough guy, the bully. He became what he pretended to be.

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    1. Me too- and I graduated in '78. He's had a long, self serving, undistinguished career marked only by equal parts of plagiarism and selling favors

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    2. Me in ‘73, then ‘77 from his old alma mater, U of D….but I don’t claim him.

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    3. Me in ‘73, then ‘77 from his old alma mater, U of D….but I don’t claim him.

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    4. I bought cigarettes in Delaware once.

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  10. Fuck Joe Biden.

    His Hail Mary to win back some supporters is to start a war.

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  11. As for Mitch… to admit knowing, liking and respecting that douche bag says nothing good about his character or discernment. Only that they are both the worst kind of people, only out for themselves.

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  12. Daily Mail headline:

    Psaki claims Biden wasn't trying to offend Republicans or voting rights critics when he likened them to racists. LOL

    Pelosi chimes in:
    'Nobody knows who Bull Connor is,' she said at a news conference.

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    1. A few years back, some wit remarked that today's donks are trying to be *both* Bull Connor *and* the Selma marchers...

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  13. When I read Joe's words, I hear Barracks voice.

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    1. “Has anybody here
      Seen my old friend ValJar?
      Can you tell me
      Where she’s gone?
      She screwed a lotta people
      But it seems the evil make big kwon
      I just turned around
      AND SHE’S BACK.”

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    2. Apologies to Danny Radcliffe and J.K. Rowling. Goblet of Fire, the best HP movie BY FAR.

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  14. Dems thought it was clever to position Biden as the moderate dolt compared to the competent jerk that was Trump. Turns out we got the incompetent jerk in Biden. Dems will be paying for their dishonesty this fall and in succeeding elections.

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  15. When Senator Durban attacked our military at GITMO, my son was in the active Army, I wrote him and said, "it's a shame it isn't in the 1830s because I would challenge you to a duel, but you would be to much of a coward to accept the challenge."

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  17. "Psaki said, 'I think everybody listening to that speech — who’s speaking on the level, as my mother would say — would note that he was not comparing them as humans.' "

    Don Surber: "That's an odd phrasing."

    "I think... humans" is not "an odd phrasing."

    It is a complete derangement of logic and English grammar.

    The opening dooms the entire sentence:

    People ("listening") cannot listen and speak ("speaking") at the same time.

    It gets better.

    What she really stated was that if you think there was a comparison made that alluded to real human beings, YOU'RE not on the level.

    Wallace, Connor, and Davis were their actual, real names.

    These actual names WERE used, which means TWO THINGS:

    1) Biden clearly intended to use them as real human beings for the purpose of his odious and disgraceful comparisons.

    2) Since he was absolutely clear about what he meant, a senile old man now makes more sense than the increasingly pathetic Psaki.

    The more I see this unfold, the more I am convinced that a higher power enabled them to "win" the election so that they could then be ceaselessly tormented by the results of their shameless mendacity.

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  18. Actually, I have to disagree with the headline. Not-my-president Lyin' Joe biden didn't "mean" anything he said, because he didn't have a freakin' clue what a word of it meant. It would be like a sane person trying to read something in a foreign language that we didn't understand.

    biden is way too deep into the horrors of dementia to have a clue what anything means any more. All he understands is that when his handlers give him words to read, and he does a good job, then that nice lady (Jill) will tell him "good boy", pat him on the head, and give him extra milk and cookies before his next nap.

    Seriously, you can't "mean" something when you have no idea what you are saying. He wasn't being mean, he was just trying so hard to win those extra cookies and milk!!!

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  19. As people get older and see the end of the trip arriving soon they tend to get a bid morbid. They are focuses on death. Some express it publicly and some do not out of courtesy but most do think about it. We have lots of time to think as we get older and as we age those thoughts turn to the end.

    This can be good as it lends itself to expressing mercy, forgiveness, patience, understanding. And it can lend itself to some very very nasty verbalizations especially to the young/youth. And worse. Biden is the kind of guy to express himself the worse. He may be inwardly the kind of guy willing to take action that leads to a pyrrhic victory (of sorts. No one will win) With his handlers seeming to be unable or unwilling to exert some real control it's possible Biden could blow us all to hell. Now Gen. Milley was all set and willing to overrule Trump. I wonder if he's willing to do the same and actually do it with Biden.
    Milley may come out of this administration a hero despite the treachery under the law.

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    1. I think it's a little too late for Milly to be a hero, at least acting as CJCOS. Maybe a lot too late.

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  20. The left/liberals have taken the stance since their major nervous breakdown from 2017 till now that anyone who opposes them and what they demand those people are no longer people to be given consideration. They are deadly opponents who must be destroyed at all costs by any means. No matter if they are from the same party past present or future. What counts is now. What have they done for the Left NOW. And if it's not what the left wants then the left gets out the biggest gun it can use against the particular target and start attacking with anything and everything.
    We are in a civil war where there are NO sides.

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