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Vladimir Putin - with subtitles - an epic one minute definition of what is happening:

And Author and Accountant Larry Correia:

THE ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF UTTER FAILURE
Joe Biden has been president for a year, and he has sucked beyond all comprehension. He is quite possibly the worst president ever.

Is this going to be a biased, partisan post? Why yes. Because the democrats elected a corrupt dipshit, who has just gotten more pathetic with age. Biden sucks so bad that he is going to drag your entire political party down, and the mid terms are shaping up to be a bloodbath the likes of which American politics haven’t seen in any of our lifetimes. All that demographic inevitability you’ve been crowing about since Obama? Evaporated.

Democrat congressmen are retiring in droves because they see better polling data than we do, and in the polls the public can see, Biden is the kiss of death. Nobody can deny the stink of failure.

This rings true:

Biden has accomplished exactly one thing. And that’s demonstrating beyond a shadow of a doubt to all reasonable, thinking Americans that democrats are total shit at governing. They talk a big game, but it’s all just platitudes, wishful thinking, and magic unicorns farting free shit. Their claimed philosophy is childlike and disintegrates when it touches reality, exposing their actual philosophy, which is draconian control freaks who are compelled to meddle in everything. And the less they understand something, the more they feel the need to fuck with it.

100% correct - don't like it? Change my mind.

Tip of the hat to Peter at Bayou Renaissance Man for the links.

Buffering - says it all

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Listening to Joe's presser

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Listening to it now - he is in his initial statement and sluring his words, stopping at odd spots.

Making mistakes and repeating.

The guy is not all there...

UPDATE: Been listening for about 20 minutes now.  Word Salad

Going to do something else and listen to the reviews after.

Not worth my time.

From the New York Post:

Dear Joe … Your first year’s been a total disaster and you’re sleepwalking into re-electing Trump
Dear Joe,

Happy Anniversary.

Can we get a divorce?

Sorry if this isn’t the most effusive of messages as you celebrate your first year in office as president of the United States.

But I fear it’s exactly what many disillusioned Americans, including some who voted for you, are now thinking.

I don’t like to sugar-coat things, so let me be blunt: You’ve been a disaster.

In fact, it’s hard to think of a more insipid, less inspiring, fiasco-ridden opening 12 months to a presidency.

Nor one that has so spectacularly failed to deliver on the promises made at an inauguration ceremony.

All true - more at the site.  The good news is that this overreach will implode the Democrat party.  Their chances of attaining power are slipping through their fingers like sand. Could not be happening to a nicer bunch of people.
Pure schadenfreude. Delicious.

A non-event.  Something ginned up by the liberal media to try to create dissention.
DeSantis' reply? Pure mockery - I love it:

Poor Joe

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President Trump's first rally in 2022

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Watching it now:

Stick a fork in him - he's done.  A fun editorial at the NYT:

Frustrated Democrats Call for ‘Reset’ Ahead of Midterm Elections
With the White House legislative agenda in shambles less than a year before the midterm elections, Democrats are sounding alarms that their party could face even deeper losses than anticipated without a major shift in strategy led by the president.

And it goes on in this vein for 26 more paragraphs.  Paragraph #25 says this:

Others say that as president, Mr. Biden has fallen out of step with many voters by focusing on issues like climate change and voting rights. While crucial for the country, those topics aren’t topping the list of concerns for many voters still trying to navigate the uncertainties of a pandemic stretching into a third year.

Not only the *Resident, his handlers too.  Yep - out of touch and impotent.

President Trump's administration

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Great description:

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From Newsmax:

Biden All but Concedes Defeat on Voting, Election Bills
All but acknowledging defeat, President Joe Biden said Thursday he’s “not sure” his elections and voting legislation can pass Congress this year. He spoke at the Capitol after a key fellow Democrat, Sen. Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona, dramatically announced her refusal to go along with changing Senate rules to muscle past a Republican filibuster blockade.

Biden had ridden to the Capitol to prod Democratic senators in a closed-door meeting, but he was not optimistic when he emerged. He vowed to keep fighting but was talking about next year for the sweeping legislation that advocates say is vital to protecting elections.

“One thing for certain, like every other major civil rights bill that came along, if we miss the first time, we could come back and try the second time," he told reporters, his voice rising. “As long as I’m in the White House, as long as I’m engaged at all, I’m going to be fighting.”

Sinema wants to be reelected.  She is listening to her constituents.  This is not about voting rights, this is about giving Democrats a broader opportunity to cheat on elections. Case closed.

And wonderful news - the voting bill

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Looks like some Democrats are listening to their constituants.  London Daily Mail:

'I don't know that we can get this done but as long as I have breath in me I'm going to fight': Agitated Biden accepts defeat on voting rights after Senator Sinema aligned with Manchin and blew up his bid to kill the filibuster

    • President Joe Biden conceded he doesn't know how voting rights legislation will be passed but vowed 'as long as I have breath in me' he will fight
    • Unclear how federal legislation can be passed or the path forward
    • Democratic Senator Kyrsten Simena made it clear she will not support Biden's call to kill the filibuster in order to pass the legislation
    • She gave a 19 minute speech on the Senate floor before Biden came to meet with Democrats in the Capitol and essentially killed efforts to pass the egislation
    • Senator Joe Manchin, who also supports keeping the filibuster, described Sinema's speech as 'excellent'
    • 'Very good. Excellent speech,' he said
    • Republican Leader Mitch McConnell said Sinema 'saved' the Senate
    • 'She saved the Senate as an institution,' he said
    • The House passed a voting rights bill on Thursday and sent it to the Senate
    • Move is a procedural gambit to allow Chuck Schumer to bypass a Republican fillibuster in order to start debate on the legislation

Sore losers...  Loving it.  Agitated?  Reminds me of this old advertisement - even looks the part:

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Now more than ever - we need this

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From Representative Thomas Massie (Kentucky):

He is right on all counts. There is nothing that guarantees their continuation. They are not enumerated in the Constitution.

From the London Daily Mail:

New blow for Hunter Biden: Ex-wife Kathleen Buhle will release damning memoir in run-up to midterms about breakdown of their 24-year marriage, his affair with Beau's widow and the 'heavy toll' of his sex, drugs and strip club addictions

    • Hunter Biden's ex-wife Kathleen Buhle will release a memoir in the run-up to the midterm elections about the breakdown of their 24-year marriage
    • People magazine reported Wednesday that Buhle has written a book that will hit bookshelves in June, less than five months before this year's midterm elections
    • The title is If We Break: A Memoir of Marriage, Addiction and Healing
    • The book will discuss the 'heavy toll' drug addiction takes on relationships
    • Hunter Biden spent the couple's money on drugs, alcohol, strippers and prostitutes, and engaged in an affair with his dead brother Beau's wife Hallie

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Hunter Biden?  Yeah - that Hunter Biden...  'Ya know, the guy who lost his laptop. The one who is on the board of various companies with no professional or marketable skills.  The one who makes sure that "The Big Guy" gets his 10% share of any deals

Just another day in the life of the Biden Crime Family.

Our "betters" at work - two headlines

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All you need to know:

Time for these people to go back and start doing their jobs.  They were elected to represent us, not party in Sodom.

I am liking the cut of his jib. He pulls no punches. Representative Byron Donalds

Time for the radical libs to admit they have nothing to offer that people want and for them to stand down:

No pressure... No pressure at all...

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When one person is standing in the way of your plans, sometimes pressure is needed.
Especially if you have nothing to offer except coercion and tyranny - London Daily Mail:

Oprah Winfrey, Barack Obama and Bill Clinton have called Joe Manchin and urged him to back killing the filibuster so the Democrats can pass voting rights legislation, report claims

    • Manchin told colleagues his phone has been lighting up with calls in recent days
    • Moderate Sens. Jon Tester, Tim Kaine, and Angus King, were once leery of doing away with the 60-vote hurdle, now lead campaign to sway Manchin
    • Tester, Kaine and King have reportedly met with Manchin at least three dozen times to discuss filibuster reform
    • Kaine likened the effort to persuade Manchin to him being trapped on Interstate 95 for 27 hours this week: 'Slow progress toward a goal, like my commute'

Sen. Joe Manchin is taking heat from all sides as he resists eliminating the last stalwart against the Democratic agenda, the filibuster, including some of the biggest names in America.

Manchin has told colleagues his phone has been lighting up with calls in recent days, including from former presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton.

Hang in there - November 2022 is not that far away.  900+ comments - some fun reading.

The Democrats traditionally have had nothing to offer their constituents. This is why they are so well known for cheating.  The only way they can get in power.

This does not sound good at all...

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Plausible? Yes.  Good? Fsck no. From Trevor Loudon:

Deductive Reasoning: Could the D.A.V.O.S.-CCP Axis Be Plotting a Debt-Trap Takeover of the United States?
Deductive Reasoning: “Reaching an answer or a decision by thinking carefully about the known facts.” – Cambridge Dictionary

KNOWN FACT: Whether through loan sharking, payday loans or national deficit spending and issuing sovereign bonds – debt can equal enslavement, or forfeiture of property by individuals, institutions, even nation states.

KNOWN FACT: Even the “mainstream” media has noticed that the CCP is engaged in “debt-trap diplomacy” in which it loans money to developing nations, and then uses that lender status for influence – and “default” on the loans (granted on such terms as to make default likely) to obtain control of assets and, conceivably, de facto ownership and control of an entire country.

KNOWN FACT: Many of the onerous terms described in the article linked above are not unlike the terms Pfizer has “negotiated” with some countries for the “vaccines” (more on that in “Maybe They Really are Trying to Kill Us,” next in this series).

But could it be that the CCP has merely copied a “debt trap diplomacy” trap that has long been in place in the west; a snare which those western originators are about to spring on us?

KNOWN FACT: As described in the fabulous book The Creature from Jekyll Island, the central bank of the United States – the Federal Reserve – is actually a private entity of mysterious ultimate ownership and control.  It was installed in 1913 under Democrat-Progressive President Woodrow Wilson in 1913.  It is not an entity of the federal government.

KNOWN FACT: The type of currency (it isn’t money) issued by the Federal Reserve – Federal Reserve Notes a/k/a “dollars” – is not provided for under the U.S. Constitution (and so arguably, the Federal Reserve system itself is unconstitutional).

Much much more at the site - some additional history available with these: Archbishop Viganò – The Church’s Churchill?,  Deductive Reasoning: The GOP Was “In” On the Steal and Deductive Reasoning: Who Actually Controls the GOP?

A well researched look behind the curtains of power.  Both sides are corrupt as hell.

An excellent insight into why he is so popular - from CBS Miami:

A lot of people are blaming the new Republican Governor for his handling of the traffic snarl on I-95.  From the Washington Examiner:

Social media blames Glenn Youngkin, not Ralph Northam, for I-95's snowy traffic jam

Some of the tweets:

"Looks [like] Youngkin failed his first test in Va, with traffic stopped for 10-12 hrs on 95 in Virginia," tweeted Jennifer on Tuesday. "Failure for gov."

"Does Virginia's new Governor Youngkin know people have been stranded on I-95 for 15 hours?" Connecticut artist Michele Murelli asked on her account.

Does Virginia’s new Governor Youngkin know people have been stranded on I-95 for 15 hours?
With no help in sight?

— Michele Murelli (@MicheleMurelli) January 4, 2022
"Well this is not a good start or look for Virginia's Gov. Glenn Youngkin," tweeted Georgian political organizer Stacey Hopkins.

Others described the I-95 incident as "collateral damage between Glenn Youngkin and Wrath of God."

Governor-elect Youngkin will not be sworn in until January 15th.  For now, Democrat Ralph (blackface) Northam is the duly elected Governor and is responsible for botching the response to the predicted storm.

Got a point there - 31 times in one year

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Pencils out to about once every ten days and that is not counting multi-day visits:

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Lest we forget - Bernie Sanders

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A little bit of history - from 1964

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Oh. Got it.  You only cancel people who are not fellow travelers.

Dropping like flies - Democrat incumbents

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We are now up to 23 Democrat Congress-critters who have decided to not run again in 2022.

Wrote about this here and here for starters. Reason is simple really, all about the rice bowl:

...if they bow out now, as undefeated, they will be able to get cushy jobs as lobbyists and 'consultants'.  If they are defeated for reelection, not so much. This is not about how they represent us, this is about what we can do for them - keep them feeding at the trough instead of going out and getting honest employment.

The latest - from Gateway Pundit:

Another House Democrat Retirement Spells Trouble For Pelosi – 23rd Incumbent Dem Won’t Seek Reelection Next Year
Another one…

Another House Democrat will not be seeking reelection in 2022.

Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard (D-CA) will not seek reelection next year.

The latest retirement spells more trouble for Pelosi and the Democrats.

Good riddance.

Goings on at La Casa Blanca

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Wonder how many people? From The Liberty Daily:

Circle Back Psaki Won’t Deny There’s a Covid Outbreak in 99%-Vaxxed White House, Which Means There Is One
Rule #1 in White House communications: When you have information that can quash negative reports about the administration, you share it quickly, boldly, and as often as possible.

Rule #2 in White House communications: When you know an unpopular report to be true and unlikely to be properly covered up in the near future, sidestep the question and mitigate damage with separate rhetoric.

Considering that White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki abided by Rule #2 when asked about a Covid-19 outbreak among White House staff, it’s a safe bet that there’s an outbreak of Omicron spreading across the executive branch of the federal government. If there wasn’t, she would have denied the report outright.

Instead, she offered a canned response about how the White House is 99% “fully vaccinated” and many have received their booster shots. To anyone who has eyes to see and ears to hear, not to mention a brain to compute what all of this means, a White House outbreak tells us the vaccines and booster shots failed miserably at keeping the White House protected from Omicron.

Lots more at the site - screen caps of some tweets and the transcript of the presser.

Might be their mechanism to get Joe out of office.  But Kamala is still firmly ensconced as VP - talk about a disaster waiting in the wings...  I can hear her laugh now.

Another meme for a Monday morning

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Courage - Senator Joe Manchin

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Finally, someone has the courage to stand up against the narrative and shout: No!
From Breitbart:

White House Turns on Joe Manchin for Killing Joe Biden’s Build Back Better Bill
The White House issued a condemnation of Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) on Sunday after the senator said he would not vote for the Build Back Better bill, effectively killing it in its current form.

“If his comments on FOX and written statement indicate an end to that effort, they represent a sudden and inexplicable reversal in his position, and a breach of his commitments to the President and the Senator’s colleagues in the House and Senate,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki said in a statement released on Sunday after Manchin appeared on Fox News to announce his final position.

Democrats are trying to pass the bill using budget reconciliation, which requires every Senate Democrat to support the measure in order to pass.

Manchin said he was deeply concerned about the bill, which he described as “mammoth” and warned about its effects on the United States economy through inflation and increased debt.

“I cannot vote to continue with this piece of legislation,” Manchin said on Fox News Sunday. “I just can’t.”

A Democrat with ethics, honor and conviction.  It will be a very long year but the mid-term election will happen in November of 2022 and Senator Manchin will have a lot better company in the Senate if he can hold out until then.  The current crop of Senators and Representatives are do-nothing children who do not represent their constituency and who legislate by sheer volume of voice rather than by ideas and morals.

The 3,100+ comments show that there is a lot of agreement.  The Democrats argument is that Manchin's blocking the bill will hurt American families.  This comment from TSO delivers the clue:

"Blocking cheaper insulin, daycare, etc. . ."
If you really care about these things, pass them as their own unencumbered bill. Otherwise, shut your piehole!

What he said.  There is no reason for any bill to be more than 50-100 pages long and most should be in the 10-20 page range. If you want to make something legal or illegal - come out and say it succinctly and be done with it.  Do not try to lard the kitchen sink into some huge confabulation. 

H.R. 4173 otherwise known as the Dodd Frank bill measured in at 848 pages in length.  It replaced the functional 1933 Glass-Steagall Legislation which essentially did the same thing but financial institutions found loopholes and started acting unethically. Glass-Steagall was 37 pages long.

Did it all by himself - no help

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Some interesting information coming in from Bloomberg:

Vaccine Data Gaps Point to Millions More in U.S. Who Lack Shots
The U.S. government has over-counted the number of Americans who are at least partly vaccinated against the coronavirus, state officials warn, meaning millions more people are unprotected as the pandemic’s winter surge gathers steam.

Last weekend, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revised a bellwether metric -- the share of people 65 and older with at least one shot. The agency reduced the proportion from 99.9%, where it had been capped for weeks, to 95%, without changing its raw shot totals.

The move acknowledged a dynamic state officials have discovered: in collating reams of data on vaccinations, the U.S. has counted too many shots as first doses when they are instead second doses or booster shots.

CDC data show 240 million people with at least one shot, or about 72.5% of the population. But the agency says only 203 million are fully vaccinated, or 61.3%, an 11-percentage-point difference that is far larger than in other developed countries.

I would think that an agency like the Centers for Disease Control would be better with their numbers. Says a lot for wishful thinking and for those people who are uncertain about the hype. Too many people dropping dead after the clot shot for my tastes.

And then, there is this little item from The National Pulse:

New York Legislation Provides for Indefinite Detention of Unvaccinated at Governor’s Whim
On January 5th, 2022, the New York Senate and Assembly will vote on a bill that would, if passed into law, grant permissions to remove and detain cases, contacts, carriers, or anyone suspected of presenting a “significant threat to public health” and remove them from public life on an indefinite basis.

Bill A416 presents a serious risk to the basic liberties of all Americans in the state of New York, including their right to choose whether or not to receive medical treatment and vaccinations related to thus far undetermined contagious diseases.

The bill gives the Governor of New York, his or her delegates – including but not limited to the commissioner and heads of local health departments – the right to remove and detain any individuals or groups of people through issuing a single order. The orders only have to include the individual’s name(s) or “reasonably specific descriptions of the individuals or groups.”

The department can decide to hold a person or group of people in a medical facility or any other they deem appropriate. The language is purposefully vague.

This violates so many laws it is crazy.  I am not expecting this to pass - too many people will be up in arms but for the governor and the state representatives to even think about writing such a bill means that they are nothing more than tyrrants.

I am expecting some interesting showdowns between the new NYC mayor and the new NY governor in the coming year.  Polar opposites.

What he said - France

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Looks like France has it's own leader - amazing speech from Eric Zemmour

Tip of the hat to Francophile Vanderleun

I do have hope for the future - the people controlling the narrative are seeing their efforts turning to dust in their hands.  Another 10 years and they should be thoroughly discredited and mocked.  Can not happen soon enough...

Heh - Governor DeSantis does an epic troll

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I love the way the guy thinks. From The Epoch Times:

DeSantis Proposes $8 Million in Budget to Relocate Illegal Immigrants to Delaware, Martha’s Vineyard
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis set $8 million in his 2022–23 budget to transport illegal immigrants out of The Sunshine State.

He proposed the spending in the Freedom First Budget (pdf) to protect against harms resulting from illegal immigration. The spending may include the transportation of unauthorized aliens located within Florida to other states or the District of Columbia.

“In yesterday’s budget, I put in $8 million for us to be able to transport people illegally [in the United States] out of the state of Florida,” he said during a press conference on Friday.

The Republican governor listed Delaware, President Joe Biden’s hometown state, and Martha’s Vineyard, where former President Barack Obama owns a mansion, as potential destinations to relocate the illegal immigrants.

“If you sent [illegal immigrants] to Delaware or Martha’s Vineyard or some of these places, that border would be secure the next day,” he said.

And needless to say:

The White House and The Obama Foundation didn’t respond immediately to requests for comments from The Epoch Times.

The guy is 100% right - if the consequences of their actions were depositied at their personal doorsteps, the border would be slammed shut in 30 seconds or less. These people live in their own little bubble.  They think that they are better than us.  I'll give you a little hint...

DeSantis is demonstrating to the other 49 States what real leadership looks like.

100% fact checked - the Schiff show

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Jim Jordan lays down the truth:

Living in WA State just got more "interesting" - from Seattle station KTTH:

Gov. Inslee stoops to new low, says COVID unvaccinated are domestic terrorists
Governor Jay Inslee says unvaccinated Washingtonians are domestic terrorists. It’s a ridiculous insult that shows just how simple-minded our governor is when facing anyone who doesn’t bend to his will.

Are you an unvaccinated Christian, Muslim, or Jew, resistant to get the COVID vaccine? Inslee says you’re carrying “a time bomb” in your backpack. Does your doctor warn against this vaccine because of your private medical history that Inslee doesn’t understand? You’re a terrorist. No matter the context, Inslee thinks you’re as dangerous as a criminal and he has no regrets.

He may be popular in Seattle but that is the extent of it.  He is politically "credentialed" but has zero leadership or managerial abilities.  We are being "led" by children.

Changing parties - Bob Dole

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From America's Newspaper of Record:

Bob Dole Switches To Democrat Party
Former Senator and presidential candidate Bob Dole has passed away at 98, marking his transition from a lifelong Republican to a reliable Democrat voter.

"Bob Dole was an American hero and a patriot," said DNC Chair Jaime Harrison. "We are grateful for his service to the country, and we welcome him to the Democrat Party as a faithful Democrat voter for the rest of time."

According to sources, Bob Dole has already endorsed every local, state, and federal candidate with a "D" after their name, and will continue to support them via mail-in ballot for the foreseeable future.

Bob Dole's father, Doran Ray Dole, also a proud Democrat supporter, is proud to be joined by his son in voting for Democrats as well.

Bob Dole is survived by his wife Elizabeth, who is expected to endorse the Democrat presidential candidate in the 2032 election.

The best humor has a grain of truth at its core.

That explains a lot - *Resident Biden

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And two more - up to seventeen???

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The number of Democrat Congress-critters not running for re-election is now up to around seventeen.
Nancy Pelosi has given indication but has not announced. See: Make that fifteen???

Makes a lot of sense - if they bow out now as a standing congressman, they can get a cushy job as a consultant or lobbyist.  If they run and lose?  Different story. From the New York Post:

Rep. Jackie Speier latest high-profile Dem retirement ahead of midterms
Rep. Jackie Speier (D-Calif.) announced Tuesday she will not seek reelection in 2022, becoming the latest high-profile Democrat to retire from politics as the party seeks to hold on to narrow majorities in the House and Senate next year.

“It’s time for me to come home,” said Speier in a Twitter video announcing her decision.

Turns out that Senator Patrick Leahy is also stepping down - he has been there for a while.  From the New York Post:

Vermont Democrat Patrick Leahy won’t seek re-election to Senate in 2022
Democratic Sen. Patrick Leahy of Vermont, the longest-serving member of the Senate, said Monday he will not seek re-election in 2022 to the seat he has held for eight terms — setting up the potential for a very longshot bid by a Republican for the seat.

Leahy, 81, said he and his wife, Marcelle, have concluded that “it is time to pass the torch to the next Vermonter who will carry on this work for our great state. It’s time to come home.”

Leahy is actually one of the good ones - smart and ethical.  He just serves the wrong side.

'Ya know? This is true...

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Great analogy - President Trump

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From David Frum:

He was a useful functionary so they are keeping him on the dole until he can be useful again.
From the New York Post:

White House wants McAuliffe after Virginia gubernatorial loss: report
The Biden administration is searching for a job to give Terry McAuliffe following his defeat in the race to be Virginia governor last week, according to a new report.

Punchbowl News reported Thursday that White House officials are looking to place the former Democratic National Committee chair somewhere in the hierarchy. The report cited “multiple high-level sources familiar with the White House’s thinking.”

It is unclear what position McAuliffe would hold, but the report noted that he is not actively seeking work in the administration.

He has political name-brand recognition so they don't want him working for some lobyist and getting off of the political front-line.  A useful foot-soldier.

Wonderful news from New Jersey

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From The Epoch Times:

New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney Concedes Loss to Truck Driver
New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney, one of the most powerful Democrats in the state, conceded that he lost his reelection to truck driver Edward Durr.

“I of course accept the results. I want to congratulate Mr. Durr and wish him the best of luck,” Sweeney said during a speech on Wednesday in the statehouse, conceding that a “red wave” in his district caused him to lose his longtime seat.

Four days ago, he was saying that they had "found" 12,000 additional ballots.  Guess he realised that everyone was watching a little too closly for him to cheat. This time.

And Gavin resurfaces

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Video from San Diego station KFMB
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Is it just me or are his hands and his voice shaking and is the left side of his face less mobile than the right?    Love the way they used high-key lighting (very contrasty - lots of shadows) to accentuate his right side. Draw your attention away from the left.

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