Thursday, April 8, 2021
Psaki Admits That Obama Is Regularly Talking To Biden; Call Details To Remain Secret
by ChrisDonaldsonabout 13 hours ago
On Tuesday, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki confirmed that Joe Biden is in regular communication with former President Barack Obama, while refusing to provide details on their conversations to reporters.
When asked by a reporter about whether Biden has consulted with his former boss on how to get his $2 trillion “infrastructure” bill passed in Congress, Psaki responded, “they speak regularly“.
Confirmed: The Laptop Belongs to Hunter Biden...And the Liberal Media Can Eat a Ton of Crow By Matt Vespa April 08, 2021
They should actually get a frying pan to the face. The liberal media peddled lies and more lies about Hunter Biden and the laptop that exposed the sordid business dealings of the Biden family. It was the 2020 October Surprise that the media depth charged. Why? It’s obvious. It made Joe Biden look bad. It torched the narrative that the former vice president knew nothing about his son’s business dealings. He was in the thick of it, especially on the failed CEFC China Energy deal. China still gave the Biden family millions, however.
The contents of the laptop were acquired by The New York Post who had the scoop and Big Tech censored them for it. It was a coordinated attempt to keep the image of squeaky clean Joe alive. They muzzled conservative outlets and allowed the liberal media titans to peddle a false narrative about the laptop being Russian disinformation. Former Obama intelligence clowns who also were die-hard believers in the Russian collusion myth threw this into the echo chamber. It was the Democrat-media complex at work.Even Hunter Biden said that the laptop could be his—and now it’s confirmed: Hunter’s laptop:
Biden Officially Sets Another Gun-Grabbing Scheme into Motion Matt Vespa @mvespa1 Posted: Apr 08, 2021Katie has covered this for a while, but today is the day it’s all official. President Joe Biden’s slew of executive actions on gun control is now etched in stone. These are going to happen. It was a 2020 campaign promise. Rumblings that things were on the move were heard in February. And yesterday, we found out they were imminent:
During the daily briefing at the White House Wednesday, Press Secretary Jen Psaki confirmed President Joe Biden will sign a series of gun control executive orders on Thursday.
"I don't have anything to preview, but I can convey the President will have more to say tomorrow," Psaki said.
Psaki's confirmation comes after POLITICO first reported the news and what Biden is expected to include in the orders.
"Biden will direct the administration to begin the process of requiring buyers of so-called ghost guns — homemade or makeshift firearms that lack serial numbers — to undergo background checks, according to three people who have spoken to the White House about the plans. He is expected to be joined at the event by Attorney General Merrick Garland," POLITICO reported Wednesday.
Republican Gov. Doug Ducey of Arizona signed a bill on Tuesday that would ban local governments and employees from enforcing or aiding any infringement on gun rights imposed by the federal government.
“The state of Arizona and its political subdivisions are prohibited from utilizing any financial resources or state personnel to administer, cooperate with or enforce any law, act, order, rule, treaty or regulation of the federal government that is inconsistent with any law of this state regarding the regulation of firearms,” read the text of the legislation.
Biden has promised to seek a ban on assault weapons and high capacity magazines in the wake of several mass killings after he assumed office.
Critics of the bill included Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone who said there was a “political motivation” behind it.
“It’s one of those emotional issues but as far as the impact on law enforcement, it will create confusion or challenges more than benefits or protecting the Second Amendment,” Penzone said to KTAR radio on Thursday.
Others say that the law will lead to litigation that will have to be paid with taxpayer money. Moms Demand Action, a gun-control advocacy group, gathered over 2,400 signatures opposing the bill and presented them to Ducey’s office hours before he signed it into law.
Democratic Arizona state Sen. Lisa Otondo assured gun owners that their rights were safe.
“Nobody is trying to take away your guns, not for the protection of your family, your property, nor your Second Amendment right to own them,” Otondo said.
Despite those assurances, gun sales have skyrocketed first over fears of instability from the pandemic lockdowns and later when President Joe Biden was elected.
David Harsanyi Thu, April 8, 2021
David Chipman, President Joe Biden’s nominee for director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), doesn’t possess a rudimentary understanding of the Second Amendment — which, considering this job, seems like a problem.
A couple of years ago, in reaction to local governments in Virginia declaring “Second Amendment sanctuary,” Chipman wrote a column in the Roanoke Times arguing that the “Second Amendment envisions firearms as being ‘well regulated,’ and individual sheriffs aren’t entitled to decide whether a particular regulation is constitutional — that’s the job of the courts.”
Of course, there is not a shred of historical evidence that the Second Amendment “envisions” the state inhibiting and restricting the ability of law-abiding citizens to own any firearms. That said, courts have already ruled on the question. Chipman may not have heard about the District of Columbia v. Heller ruling, but it found that individuals have a right to keep and bear arms unrelated to an individual’s membership in a militia. Now, I understand some people get excited when they see the phrase “well regulated,” but it was a common term in the late 18th century that meant “working well,” not, “Hey, let’s make more laws.” But even if it did mean that, the term is aimed at militias, not individuals.
Since Chipman ignores the high court, it’s unsurprising that he advocates not only a complete ban of certain semi-automatic rifles — guns by any definition “in common use by law-abiding citizens” — but also wants existing AR-15 owners to register their weapons with the federal government.
To achieve this, Chipman, senior policy adviser for the gun-restrictionist group Giffords — and before that, a member of Mike Bloomberg’s “Mayors Against Illegal Guns” — is constantly scaremongering about AR-15s. In a 2018 interview, for instance, Chipman told the Hill.TV’s Buck Sexton and Krystal Ball, “I don’t think you should be able to anonymously purchase 20 AR-15s at one time, and the government shouldn’t know. I don’t think it’s unreasonable at all that you have to pass a background check to own a weapon of war.” In 2019, Chipman told a House Judiciary Committee that “assault weapons” were virtually “identical to those used by the military.”
You may have a whole bunch of reasons you want to ban AR-15s, but that will never make these guns into “weapons of war.” Moreover, AR-15s are rarely used in crimes — which, as a former ATF agent, Chipman surely knows.
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Wednesday, April 7, 2021
Tucker Carlson Strikes Again - The Dan Bongino Show Ep. 1494 The Dan Bongino Show Published April 7, 2021
In this episode, I discuss the clip. I also address the growing problem of cowardly corporations selling out conservatives.
The gunman in the shocking attack on Fredrick, Maryland yesterday which left two other people injured has now been officially identified as 38-year-old Navy Corpsman Fantahun Girma Woldesenbet.
Woldesenbet reportedly shot and killed by military police soon after his rampage.
As Newsweek reports:
“We can confirm that he is an active member of the Navy at the rank of E4,” Frederick Police Chief Jason Lando said during a press conference. “He resides in the city of Frederick, not on the military base and his residence is in the 100 block of Willowdale.”
Prior to Woldesenbet being identified by authorities, the U.S. Navy confirmed on Twitter that
Allan Etzler, a public information officer for the Frederick Police Department, previously told Newsweek that after the shooting near Nicolock Paving Stones, the suspect fled the scene and drove to Fort Detrick in Frederick.
While speaking at a press conference after the shooting, Frederick Acting Chief of Police Dwight Sommers said that after driving to Fort Detrick, the suspect was shot by military personnel stationed at the base. After being shot, *Name* was treated for his injuries but was pronounced dead.
Tucker Carlson defended a man accused of storming the Capitol with zip-tie handcuffs, asking for 'perspective' in how he is treated firstname.lastname@example.org (Tom Porter) 8 hrs ago
Tucker Carlson defended the Capitol riots suspect who was pictured carrying zip-tie handcuffs.
Carlson said a judge's earlier characterization of him as dangerous was misleading.
The host has long sought to portray the response to the riots as a bid to persecute conservatives.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Tuesday defended Eric Munchel, who prosecutors identified as the man pictured during the Capitol riot in the Senate chamber in tactical gear with zip-tie handcuffs.
The image - alongside a second figure said to be his mother Lisa Eisenhart - became one of the defining scenes of the unrest on January 6. The two were arrested together.
"Neither Lisa Eisenhart or her son damaged any property in the Capitol or committed any violence, they just walked in to what we used to refer to as 'The People's House,'" said Carlson.
Tuesday, April 6, 2021
Charles Barkley: Politicians Fuel Hatred Between ‘Whites And Blacks’ To ‘Keep Their Grasp’ On ‘Money And Power’
By Ian Haworth• Apr 4, 2021 DailyWire.com
“Man, I think most white people and black people are great people,” Barkley said during CBS’ coverage of Saturday’s March Madness games. “I really believe that in my heart.”
Barkley then continued to argue that our political system is set up to protect the power and wealth of those in government.
“But I think our system is set up where our politicians, whether they’re Republicans or Democrats, are designed to make us not like each other, so they can keep their grasp [on] money and power,” Barkley said.
“They divide and conquer,” Barkley added, saying that people are “stupid” to follow politicians who create issues in communities they “don’t live in."
School District Reconsidering Evergreen Tree Mascot Due To Racism Concerns Tom Gantert 21 hours agoPortland, OR – A Portland high school has postponed changing its mascot to an evergreen tree after a member of the committee warned that a tree mascot would have possible connotations to lynching.
Ida B. Wells-Barnett High School is named after an African-American journalist who wrote about lynchings, according to the Portland Tribune.
After three of her friends were lynched in 1892, Wells-Barnett began an editorial crusade against lynching, according to Britannica.com. She wrote articles against lynching for the New York Age and then lectured around the U.S. and Great Britain against lynching.
The resolution to implement a tree for a mascot was tabled on March 30 when the Portland Public Schools Board of Educators raised concerns that a tree would remind people of lynchings where African Americans were hanged.
“I’m wondering if there was any concern with the imagery there, in using a tree … as our mascot?” Director Michelle DePass asked the committee that came up with the new mascot, according to the Portland Tribune. “I think everyone comes with blind spots and I think that might’ve been a really big blind spot.”
The high school principal Filip Hristic said that he shared her concerns.
“We take this seriously and I definitely want to follow that commitment to protect, preserve and promote the legacy of Ida B. Wells,” Hristic said, according to the Portland Tribune. Hristic said the school’s committee hadn’t had conversations with the Wells-Barnett family about using evergreen trees as the new mascot.
The previous mascot was a Trojan.
The district sent out a survey of new potential mascots in February with 420 different nominations.
According to Fox News, committee member Martin Osborne said the evergreen was meant to symbolize “a tree of life” and not “a tree of death,” and that it had “nothing to do with the horrible history of lynching in the United States.”
The school board has postponed voting on the mascot change until its next meeting, Fox News reported.
WATCH: ‘They Want To Boycott Us, Why Don’t We Boycott Them’: Rand Paul Slams MLB Over Boycott Of Georgia By Hank Berrien• Apr 6, 2021 DailyWire.com
Appearing with Fox News host Martha MacCallum on Monday, Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul called for the public to boycott Major League Baseball (MLB) after MLB decided to relocate its All-Star Game out of Georgia because of a voting bill passed by the state.
Monday, April 5, 2021
Coca-Cola Vs. Voter ID, Supreme Court Fails Americans on Clinton Emails, Docs on Fetal Organ Sales Judicial Watch Premiered 12 hours ago