The Biden Troubles


Michael Stuart Kelly

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Both the left and the right are trashing Hunter Biden right now. It's not the progressive left doing it. It's the establishment big donor Wall Street left. And it seems to be growing.

Once I get a handle on what is going on, or at least what I think is going on, I'll put up some links and comment on them.

Michael

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I thought it would be more complicated than this, but the idiots who perpetrated this massive election fraud are craving so much for Kamala Harris to be President (since she owes all of them big time, so she will do as they say), they are already setting the table, so to speak, for Joe Biden to be taken out by cutting loose the attack dogs to go after Hunter.

They don't realize that President Trump has a military option even though many people talk about it openly online. (They think that is conspiracy theory kookiness.) But there is an actual problem with using the military option. It is repugnant to Americans (the American spirit Americans) at a visceral level. Americans love freedom.

Also, if martial law gets invoked, the people who supported Biden will try to organize a revolt and constant riots.

So, to properly set the table for using a military option, it is necessary to get the public feeling disgust and fear about Biden. That way there will be less tumult as the new routines settle in for the duration of military rule. 

And the doofuses on the establishment Dem side who are crucifying Hunter Biden right now don't realize they are helping set that very table.

As to Trump supporters who are crucifying Hunter, they never stopped. They merely got so little air time, and with the brazen attempt by the bad guys to steal the election, they focused on more pressing issues. 

When the establishment Dems perceive what they have really done, that is help set the table for Trump, rather than what they intended, that is set the table for Harris, it will be too late. That's speculation, of course, but it's what I see.

:)

Michael

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I haven't had time to read and watch the following, but it is being talked about in many places (and there are other videos and articles out there not included here).

From The Gateway Pundit.

New Video Links Biden to Ukrainian Corruption – Burisma Indictment Reveals Ex-President Yanukovich Illegally Obtained $7.4 Billion Laundered Thru Fund “Close to US Democratic Party”

I will comment on this later.

Michael

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Click the image to go to the link.

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Man, if it's worse than watching a 30 minute or so video of Hunter smoking crack and get a foot job with his shlong straight up in all its glory, that's going to be something.

(Not that I watched all 30 minutes or however long it was. :) Just a few minutes did it for me.)

Michael

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Here's Biden shoving his nose straight up the CCP's collective assholes.

The text of Biden speaking:

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The central principle of Xi Jinping is that there must be a united, tightening control in China, and he uses his rationale for the things he does based on that. I point out to him, no American president can be sustained as a president if he doesn’t reflect the values of the United States, and so the idea that I’m not going to speak out against what he’s doing in Hong Kong, what he’s doing with the Uyghurs in western mountains of China, and Taiwan, trying to end the One China Policy by making it forceful, I say – and by the he says – he gets it.

Read more here if you haven't barfed so far:

WATCH: Joe Biden Excuses the Uyghur Genocide as ‘Just a Chinese Cultural Norm,’ Spreading CCP Propaganda

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It's now April and, in the mainstream (Daily Mail), this is still happening.

EXCLUSIVE: What WASN'T in Hunter Biden's book: How he got unauthorized Secret Service protection, begged Joe to run for WH to salvage his own reputation and made porn films with prostitutes. Forensic experts prove laptop IS President's son's

No need to discuss the article since it is basically a rehash of what everybody who has followed this knows.

It's worthy of mention only because it's still worthy of mention in the mainstream.

Good pictures, though. :evil:  :) 

So I'll just leave this here and observe the cultural ripples.

This ain't going away.

Michael

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Ho hum. Not much has changed since last month so I am just keeping track. And this has already been mentioned but I don’t see a possibility of packing the court until 2022 or 2024. But if President Biden wins in 2024 he could swing a few more democrats onto the playground. In 2024, would our then 82 year old president, do such a thing?  

I suppose his biggest achievements have been governing us through Covid and overturning some of Trump’s immigration policies. Next he will save the planet by increasing gas prices. Peter

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From The L.A. Times: . . . . He dismisses any talk that she’s positioning for a possible presidential run should Biden, 78, fail to run for a second term, or that her relationship with him is at all strained by their previous rivalry: “The largest misconception people have about her: People assume there is 2024, or maybe even some animus there going back to the [2020] debate.”

From Brookings Institute: Just weeks into Joe Biden’s presidency, it is clear that he faces considerable obstacles in pursuing his agenda in Congress. The Senate cloture rule—which requires 60 votes to cut off debate on most measures—is probably the highest hurdle. 

From AXIOS: Democratic lawmakers on Thursday introduced a bill in the House to expand the Supreme Court from nine to 13 justices . . . . Between the lines: The legislation is unlikely to pass considering the slim majority Democrats hold in the Senate. Key Democratic senators, such as Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.), do not support packing the court.

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