Biden: Worse than confused, incompetent…even his cognitive abilities have abandoned him

January 20, 2022

With a forehead full of Botox and eyes wide shut, Joe Biden stumbled, bumbled, failed and lied during his second press conference in a year, disastrously timed to correspond to his one-year anniversary as president.

Calling on only pre-selected reporters, he also lied with impunity as he tried to counter reality by declaring there are “fully stocked grocery shelves.” which begs the question, “When was the last time Biden ventured into a grocery store?”

Even the far-left Associated Press was forced to admit Biden ended his first year in the White House with a clear majority of Americans disapproving of his handling of the presidency in the face of a continuing, deadly pandemic and skyrocketing inflation, according to a new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research. More Americans disapprove than approve of how Biden is handling his job as president, 56% to 43%. A scant 28% of Americans say they want Biden to run for re-election in 2024, including only 48% of Democrats. The Real Clear Politics polling average preceding Biden’s speech showed 39.0 (approval) to 56.3 (disapproval).

Asked on Wednesday about his flagging popularity, Biden blithely responded, “I don’t believe the polls.”

An excellent assessment of Biden’s desperate speech is by Alfredo Ortiz, the president and CEO of the Job Creators Network. It’s fact-filled and pulls no punches. To whet your appetite for the entire commentary, “Biden’s Disastrous First Year Drives Voters Into GOP Arms,” we’ll provide this enticement:

“To distract from this pathetic record, Biden has spent an enormous amount of time lying about voting. Last spring, he called Georgia’s voting law that makes it easy to vote but hard to cheat “Jim Crow in the 21st century.” His lies convinced Major League Baseball to move the All-Star Game from Atlanta to Denver, vindictively punishing local small businesses, many minority-owned.”

The fallacy of voting restriction is the latest deception perpetrated by the left. The dilapidated local Arizona newspaper rides it like beaten nag ready for the glue factory.

Keep your antenna tuned to Alfredo Ortiz. He’s the man to watch:


Biden’s catastrophic first year topped with a post-nap WH speech

January 19, 2022

January 20, 2021: A day to lament

We are just a day away from the first anniversary of sleepy Joe Biden’s presidency. Rather than celebrating, most Americans, regardless of party affiliation, are trying to wrap their arms around the magnitude of the calamity we are enduring — which is sure to worsen.

Today, a meticulously coached Biden, who is unable to veer off his script, is scheduled to give an actual press conference, only the second in the interminable year. Staying alert and on-topic should be a monumental task. It is scheduled, according to this White House announcement, at 4:00 PM (ET), presumably after his afternoon nap.

January 20 is a day for reflection, when we pause to wonder how we went so quickly from a flourishing economy, record employment, construction of the much needed border wall, energy independence, and a power position on the world stage to staggering inflation, empty grocery shelves and sticker-shock prices on available commodities. The price of gasoline rose 58.1% in the 12 months ending in November according to the most recent inflation data published December 10, 2021, by the U.S. Labor Department’s Bureau of Labor Statistics. Crime has also spiraled under the Biden administration as Soros-funded elected prosecutors release criminals back onto the streets after dropping charges. The pandemic Biden claimed to be able to halt has, instead, bred new variants. Radically left-wing Teacher’s unions have fought reopening schools, though American children, who are not virus spreaders, have fallen behind their global counterparts. Based on Biden’s weakness, Iran is once again flexing its nuclear muscle, while the administration remains silent.

These disasters are only the tip of the Biden iceberg. If you care about your family, community, state and nation, vote Republican on every level…and be certain you aren’t being conned by a newly-minted, conservative poser. The walls are irreparably closing in.


Biden sinks in polls: Dems fear he’ll negatively impact midterms

January 18, 2022

A newly released Gallup poll indicates Joe Biden’s administration’s failures have given a significant boost to the Republican Party.

Americans’ political party preference during 2021 shifted from democrat to Republican in the largest move since Gallup began regularly measuring party identification in 1991.

In an extraordinary plunge, democrats went from a nine-percentage-point advantage in the first quarter of 2021 to a five-point reduction trailing Republicans in the fourth quarter, Gallup reported Monday.

According to the non-partisan polling organization a total of 49% of Americans identified themselves as democrat in last year’s first quarter, but that has plummeted to 42% in the final quarter. Survey respondents identifying as Republican increased from 40% to 47% during the same period.

Two months ago, (Nov.18, 2021) Gallup titled its coverage, “Biden Approval Ratings Mostly Underwater“ It’s worsened since then as Americans react to the democrat’s outrageous and unsustainable $trillions of spending and runaway inflation. Soaring crime rates, flagrantly open border policies, and the continued virus (now with “variants“), which Biden campaigned on “shutting down,” all point to Biden’s inabilities to effectively govern. Frail Biden even fell asleep at a global climate summit and during a meeting with Israel’s prime minister.

Seventy-six percent of those surveyed January 12, by Quinnipiac University pollsters said they think political instability in the United States is a bigger danger than foreign threats.

A startling majority of those polled — 58 percent — said they think the nation’s democracy is in danger of collapse. Only thirty-seven percent disagreed.

Real Clear Politics is known for its polling aggregators. The one known as State of the Union shows ‘Biden’s Job Approval Ratings’ as well as the ‘Direction of the Country.’

Slo Joe Biden is not up to any aspect of the job of president of the United States. Thank the democrats you know.


It’s past time to replace tyrannical Tony Fauci

January 17, 2022

In a recent senate hearing, Dr. Anthony Fauci and Sen. Rand Paul, MD (R-KY), an ophthalmologic surgeon, went head-to-head during a COVID-19 debate. Unable to be challenged, pompous Fauci called U.S. Sen. Roger Marshall, (R-KS), another physician — a pro-life OB-GYN —a “moron” during another contentious exchange.

At 5’7“, 82-year-old, Dr. Tony Fauci is three inches shorter than the average American male. His financial holdings, however, far surpass the average Americans who pay his salary. Fauci is the highest paid government employee, including the president of the united states. In 2019, Fauci’s annual salary was $417,608. That’s more than the president, who earns $400,000 a year. Fauci’s substantial investments released by Sen. Marshall, can be seen here.

The Napoleon Complex describing the arrogance of small statured men fits Fauci to a tee.

Fauci was appointed director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) in 1984, but was it supposed to be a lifetime appointment? The U.S. presidency is a four-year term that cannot exceed two terms.

His medical career is unimpressive. Fauci has not seen a patient since 1968 as a medical resident. After completing his residency, Fauci immediately joined the National Institutes of Health (NIH) as a clinical associate. Though he has never treated a patient, the pint-sized Fauci did find time to hob-and-nob with the likes of Socialist George Soros and leftwing elites.* Be sure to click on the link.

To comply with the radical globalist’s imposed mandates, be sure to double mask before viewing the photo link.

* H/T National File


Biden administration continues to rack up losses

January 14, 2022

VP Kamala Harris confirms she’s incompetent

The U.S. Supreme Court, in this 6-3 ruling, delivered a blow to Joe Biden on Thursday, blocking his COVID-19 vaccine-or-test mandates for companies with 100 or more employees. Biden’s handlers expressed disappointment in this statement.

Former President Donald Trump praised the court’s ruling, saying it, “confirmed what we all knew: Biden’s disastrous mandates are unconstitutional.”

“Biden promised to shut down the virus, not the economy but he has failed miserably on both — and mandates would have further destroyed the economy, We are proud of the Supreme Court for not backing down. No mandates!”

Concurrent with this setback, Biden’s approval ratings plummeted to a new low. Record inflation and stagnant supply chains will be his legacy though he bizarrely blames the rising costs on the meat and petroleum industries instead of his wild spending, intended to transform the USA — and empower and enrich democrat special interests.

Out of her league as vice president, Kamala Harris fairs no better. She inanely told interviewer Craig Melvin who asked about the administration’s COVID policies, “It is time for us to do what we have been doing. And that time is every day. Every day it is time for us to agree that there are things and tools that are available to us to slow this thing down”


Gov. Ducey suddenly motivated to education action 

January 5, 2022

The rumor mill has been rife with talk of term-limited Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey having an itch to relocate to D.C. in some political capacity. As we noted on Dec. 26, 2020, the former ice cream tycoon and his wife sold their gated 11,412 sq. ft. Paradise Valley golf course fairway mansion and 1,200 sq. ft. guest house situated on 2.14 acres, at a discounted rate of $8,150,000, obviously in preparation for his next adventure. His term ends on January 1, 2023, and he’s readying for another gig.

Speculation regarding lame-duck AZ Gov. Doug Ducey’s future plans have been running the gamut, though his national profile is not in the realm of Governors Ron DeSantis (FL) or Greg Abbott (TX).

He’s been quiet of late, not noticeably rocking the political boat except for his needless expansion of the Arizona Supreme Court, obviously thinking two of his friends, neither of whom had tried a case in years, would look sharp in black. There was also that newsworthy snub of then-President Trump, calling Ducey with his distinctive “Hail to the Chief” ring tone and Ducey pointedly ignoring it in front of Trump-disdaining reporters, who made sure it got the attention Ducey clearly desired.  A longtime McCain ally, initially employed by Cindy Hensley McCain at her Hensley Anheuser-Busch beer distributorship when he first arrived in Arizona to attend ASU, their friendship blossomed to the point that John McCain encouraged the then-ice cream mogul Ducey to run for governor.

Ducey’s political future is definitely on his mind as he issued this bullet-pointed January 4, 2022 News Release announcing he was taking “preemptive action to ensure in-person learning remains an option for all Arizona families and students, consistent with guidance from public health experts.” Ducey refers to it as creating an “Open for Learning Recovery Benefit Program.”

Demanding students be kept in class has not exactly been a priority for Ducey, who coddled the striking “#Reds For Ed” teachers who abandoned, for over two weeks, over 840,000 statewide students, as they followed then-24-year-old Noah Karvelis, an eager Socialist Labor Party member and 2016 AZ Bernie Sanders campaign coordinator, demanding 20% pay hikes for their part-time jobs…do you get the entire summer off? Ducey hung tough for a brief moment and then capitulated to the union members demands, emboldening them to get behind Marxist Proposition 208, a ballot measure that provides a perpetually increasing money stream, under the guise of “tax the rich,” a fallacious democrat advanced scheme.

Ducey didn’t have the fortitude exhibited by Pres. Ronald Reagan in 1981 when the PATCO Union Air Traffic Control workers threatened to walk off the job, potentially shutting down U.S. air travel. Reagan gave them a deadline and fired those who refused to comply. Supervisors and management filled in until new replacements were able to take over the reins. There were no disruptions. 


Biden regime now assaults 2nd Amendment

January 4, 2022

Jan 4, 2022 Presidential approval rating reveal 58% disapprove of Biden’s job performance as Pres. Trump schedules AZ rally

The Biden regime is not satisfied with the catastrophic economy exemplified by record high inflation, a national security crisis at our southern border and faulty decisions that have made us dependent on foreign oil after shutting down the Keystone Pipeline, which cost thousands of Americans their jobs. The botched withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan was an unprecedented, international disaster. We also witness expanded cases of Covid virus variants in addition to the single one which Biden claimed to end once elected. These calamities and numerous others, all come gift wrapped in increased government regulations, further constricting our freedoms.

As expected, the Second Amendment is now openly under assault. The  Department of Justice, overseen by Biden’s radical leftist, pro-abortion, U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland, issued this media release on Monday, couched in euphemisms but clearly intended to restrict our Second Amendment rights. Carrying the unwieldy title, “Justice Department Announces New Rule to Help Enhance Safe and Secure Storage of Firearms; Publishes Best Practices Guide for Federal Firearms Licensees,” it is well worth your time.

Americans are paying attention.

Rasmussen Reports presidential polling released today (January 4, 2022) reflects the lack of confidence American voters have in Joe Biden as his approval rating continues to tank. The respected polling site states, “Only 40% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Biden’s job performance. Fifty-eight percent (58%) disapprove. The latest figures include 19% who Strongly Approve of the job Biden is doing and 48% who Strongly Disapprove. This gives him a Presidential Approval Index rating of -29.”

Former President Donald Trump has scheduled a Save America rally Saturday, January 15, 2022 in Florence, Arizona, at Country Thunder Festival Grounds. Time, address and ticket information is available here.


Leftist bigotry thrives, hits Minnesota teachers paychecks

January 3, 2022

School Board authorizes pay increases for non-whites

On January 1, in a post titled, “Remembering the wisdom of Judge Bork as we greet 2022,” we wrote about the latest trendy terms, “Equity” and “Equality.” If you were too busy over the New Year holiday to get to it, it’s crucial to fully comprehend the misappropriation of our language that is invading America’s culture at breakneck speed, by reviewing the link in the following paragraph:

Three and a-half decades ago, with clarity and foresight Judge Robert Bork referred to the crisis we now face, based in the rise of political leftism that intentionally obliterates the definitions of “equality and equity.” The words are further clarified in “The Inequality of ‘Equity,‘ by Ben Shapiro.

The reason for this review will be evident as you grasp the full effect of the insanity now instituted by a school board in Mankato, Minnesota, a town of fewer than 45,000 people. The headline, “Mankato schools vote to allow extra pay for non-white teachers,”* reveals, in the most disgraceful manner, the race-based divisiveness that is invading our nation, taking hold in far-left arenas. Info on Mankato can be found on DataUSA.

Decades after it was outlawed against minorities, race-based discrimination, now targeting whites, has taken on a new life in Minnesota. Leftwing NBC News, in a review of the 2020 election results, characterizes Minnesota as “a solidly blue state in presidential elections and Democrats control the governor’s office and the state House, while Republicans control the state Senate.“ Non-partisan Ballotpedia reveals that senate “control” consists of a single vote. Be wary of where you get your news.

*H/T Kyle Hooten, Managing Editor of Alpha News


AZ Republic reneges on subscribers third time since Sept.

December 30, 2021

Are sporadic deliveries the new normal? Will bills deduct missing issues?

Following the announcement that there would be no Labor Day delivery to subscribers — ostensibly to give workers the day to spend with family — the Arizona Republic newspaper shut down the print editions for three days over Christmas. The latest insult to its remaining subscribers is the lack of a New Year’s edition, which “will combine the Thursday, Friday and Saturday editions into a single Dec. 30, publication.“ In truth, it’s a cost cutting matter for the failing paper that has long been hemorrhaging subscriptions.

The decisions are not based in magnanimity, rather a ruthless look at the bottom line and a realization the newspaper, alternatively known as the AZ Repugnant (among other less complimentary terms) is about to join this infamous list, and wants to minimize the loss sooner rather than later. Buyouts of contracts and layoffs have been commonplace since the troubles began to mount, resulting in being bought out following being forced to sell its ten-story building and parking garage and the abrupt firing of longtime, Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist, Steve Benson, who it was no longer able to afford. Advertising revenue has plummeted and even stalwarts such as Walgreens Drugs Sunday sale insert and Sprout’s Grocery ads have vanished. The only hope of continuing is to ditch the hardcopy editions and transition to an all digital version, with few costs involved. From there it will be the trash heap of history for the formerly conservative newspaper that lost its way on the path to obliteration as it focused on promoting the illegal alien invasion.

2022 is just days away. Americans are used to instant news rather than day-old rehashes flung on the driveway or walkway.  Any news source readers’ desire is as close as their pocket. We are also able to think and are fed up with skewed, leftist agendized spew being regurgitated via biased coverage passing as news, editorials that could be written by the DNC and columnists who don’t even try to disguise their hatred of conservative elected officials. They lost, and never regained, all sense of rationality when Republican Donald Trump beat scandal-plagued, liar Hillary Clinton, who the Arizona newspaper endorsed and later whimpered, claiming it received death threats for doing so.

In a marriage, when one party welches on their commitment, a divorce ensues. In this case, there is no mention of extending the subscription for the paid-for days or deducting payment the non-delivered issues. This bilking of mostly elderly subscribers, is known as a scam and should be treated as the theft it is.

For in-depth coverage of the dying newspaper industry, this article, “Over 2000 American Newspapers Have Closed in Past 15 Years,” by Douglas A. McIntyre on 24/7 Wall St, is worth your time. We previously used the phrase, “You’ll be smarter among the water cooler crowd,” but there is no longer a water cooler as pandemic-era employees work from home or sit, jobless, collecting government checks the wild spending Biden regime uses to tether Americans to the democrat party.

The Arizona Citizen, later known as the Tucson Citizen, began publishing when Arizona was still a territory. In 1976, the Citizen was sold to Gannett Company, Inc. The last print edition was delivered on May 16, 2009. The digital successor site, TucsonCitizen.com, closed on January 31, 2014. The AZ Repugnant will suffer the same fate.


Biden’s disastrous economy will sabotage democrats

December 29, 2021

Expect Republicans to be rewarded with new congressional seats, as tone-deaf dems are kicked to the curb

In the waning days of 2021, the devastating economy is clearly the major story of the year. Looking ahead to the 2022 elections, there’s no doubt the spiraling inflation rates which drastically cut into purchasing power will not only be the central issue, but will be responsible for a massive rejection of democrats and the policies they support.

The disastrous Afghanistan pullout, leaving Americans and our allies stranded in the now-Taliban-controlled stronghold signaled the advent of Biden’s blunderous administration. That debacle, aligned with the downward spiraling economy, his open border policies and deception on having a “strategy” to defeat COVID, have contributed to his plummeting poll numbers…which will be reflected nationwide at the midterm elections, proving Biden is good for something.

Biden acknowledges inflation, which has risen by nearly 7%, will go even higher. Displaying his disconnect to reality, he ridiculously places the blame for this brutal hit to American families squarely on former Pres. Donald Trump, though the economy soared to unparallel heights under Trump’s able leadership.

Biden’s handlers, speechwriters and coaches, appear to have forgotten that their meal ticket is the one with diminished capabilities, not the voters who are rejecting his policies in ever-increasing numbers. They also have developed amnesia regarding the economy, which reached stellar pinnacles under the leadership of businessman Pres, Trump. Biden tells us his $multi-trillion Build Back Better scheme is already paid for and will cost us nothing, an absurd lie that fools no one.  

According to a Department of Labor report released earlier this month, price increases are widespread: Energy prices jumped 3.5% in November alone and are up 33.3% over last year. Gasoline is a stunning 58.1% higher than it was a year ago. Food prices have also climbed 6.1% higher this year, while used car and truck prices — a major component of the inflation increase — are up 31%. Contemplating a new car? Take your old one in for a tune-up, get it washed and detailed, fill the tank, spray the interior with air freshener. It will feel newer, and you won‘t be aiding Biden‘s disastrous economy which can only be fixed by sensible policies, which are beyond his grasp. Then commit to vote Republican in the upcoming primary and general elections.