Embarrassing! Biden Reads Prepared Staff Responses From Teleprompter During Media Press Conference

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When the far-left group AFL-CIO had a recent virtual event, Joe Biden was invited to join. The event took place on Monday and exposed Biden’s level of incompetence. He was clearly struggling to speak. The man was very out of breath for some reason, too. It’s getting to the point where it is kind of concerning. This is who the Democrats wanted in their corner, though.

They chose Biden out of all the other candidates, under the misguided belief that he was the best man for the job. The worst part of all is that he seemed to be struggling to read, too. He couldn’t make out what was on the teleprompter and asked a staffer to move it up for him. This is the same man who is supposed to be debating Donald Trump in the next few weeks.

While Trump was undoubtedly excited to tear into Bloomberg or Sanders, he will definitely have a lot of fun with Biden. It’s probably a tie between him and Elizabeth Warren for most entertaining potential debate. Trump would have never let Warren hear the end of it. This man cannot even get through his scripted notes without having a brain freeze.

How on Earth is he supposed to get through a debate under these circumstances? Trump is not going to give him time to check his notes. Biden will need to be able to speak off the cuff. When Trump sat down for an interview with Sean Hannity, he was not about to let Biden’s poor performance slide.

Everyone knew that he couldn’t wait to start making fun of old Sleepy Joe and this interview did not let anyone down. The president noticed how weak and frail Biden looked. As someone who knows the importance of projecting a tough public image, these are the types of things that worry him. He let Hannity know about it, under no uncertain terms.

“Well the media in terms of what they’re doing is actually worse than what you’re saying because it looks to me like they’re asking him a question and then he’s reading an answer off the teleprompter. Now that would mean like your friend over there, Donna Brazile. It looks to me like he’s been given the questions and he’s reading the answers. That would mean to me that the media is giving him the questions. They never gave me the questions. I’ll tell you that. It’s obvious that Joe is reading the answers off the teleprompter,” said Trump.

It’s hard to argue with this assessment. Trump is not ever going to let a slight like this one go without bringing it up to anyone who will listen. This is one of the many reasons why his Twitter account is such an endless source of entertainment. Trump has zero filters and Biden is going to feel his wrath soon enough. The debates may not happen in person this year but that does not mean that Biden is going to be safe for much longer.

He’s probably already looking into what it would take to have Kamala Harris handle the debates on his behalf. Biden has sent her to handle a few speaking engagements and we suspect that this would happen a lot if he were able to win the presidency. “Sorry, everyone, Kamala will be providing the address this evening, Joe was very tired and needed a nap,” they’ll say. We are already laughing just thinking about it.

Joe Biden is the student who can’t pass the test, even when you provide him with a cheat sheet beforehand. The Democrats have done everything in their power to spoon-feed the election to him. There’s even been a global pandemic that has given him all the excuse he needs to hide out in his basement for the remainder of the campaign. It won’t be long before all of this luck starts to run out, though.

Death toll from West Coast wildfires reaches 7

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At least seven people have lost their lives in the devastating wildfires that continue to rage in several western U.S. states, with reports of victims coming from California, Oregon, and Washington.

What are the details?

The first reported death was in Washington on Wednesday, where a 1-year-old boy died and his parents were severely burned as the family fled wildfires in the northern part of the state. The mother and father were hospitalized for their injuries.

Three people have been killed by the fires in Oregon. The Oregonian reported that a 13-year-old boy, Wyatt Tofte, and his grandmother, Peggy Mosso, were the first fatalities in the state. CBS News reported that Wyatt fled as a fire approached his home on Tuesday night, and his body was later found inside a vehicle along with the remains of his dog. The boy’s mother was hospitalized and remains in critical condition.

The third victim in Oregon was found on Thursday in the southern part of the state from a fire that is now being investigated as arson. That person’s identity has not been made public.

Another three people were found dead in Butte County, California, according to Mercury News. One of them was discovered late Wednesday morning, and authorities believe the individual was overcome by flames after fleeing their vehicle. Another two victims were found together in a separate area, but they have not been identified positively according to Sheriff Kory Honea.

“Time and again we have seen how dangerous wildfires can be,” Honea said during a press conference. “So I ask that you please, please, please be prepared, maintain situational awareness and heed the warnings.”

The New York Times noted that “California’s wildfire season is already the most severe in modern history, measured by acres burned.” The outlet reported, “More than 2.5 million acres of land have burned in the state this year, nearly 20 times what had burned at this time last year.”

The Associate Press reported that since mid-August in California, “fires have killed 12 people, destroyed more than 3,600 buildings, burned old growth redwoods, charred chaparral and forced evacuations in communities near the coast, in wine country north of San Francisco and along the Sierra Nevada.”

Tens of thousands of people have been ordered to evacuate their homes in recent days to escape the West Coast fires that have been called “unprecedented” as high winds fan the flames amid drought conditions.

California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) expressed some cautious optimism on Thursday, saying, “We’re encouraged that the wind activity appears to be dying down. The rest of the week looks a little more favorable.”

Death toll from West Coast wildfires reaches 7

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At least seven people have lost their lives in the devastating wildfires that continue to rage in several Western U.S. states, with reports of victims coming from California, Oregon and Washington.

What are the details?

The first reported death was out of Washington on Wednesday, where a 1-year-old boy died and his parents were severely burned as the family fled wildfires in the northern part of the state. The mother and father were hospitalized for their injuries.

Three people have been killed by the fires in Oregon. The Oregonian reported that a 13-year-old boy, Wyatt Tofte, and his grandmother, Peggy Mosso, were the first fatalities in the state. CBS News reported that Wyatt fled as a fire approached his home on Tuesday night, and his body was later found inside a vehicle along with the remains of his dog. The boy’s mother was hospitalized and remains in critical condition.

The third victim in Oregon was found on Thursday in the southern part of the state from a fire that is now being investigated as arson. That person’s identity has not been made public.

Another three people were found dead in Butte County, California, according to Mercury News. One of them was discovered late Wednesday morning, and authorities believe the individual was overcome by flames after fleeing their vehicle. Another two victims were found together in a separate area, but they have not been identified positively according to Sheriff Kory Honea.

“Time and again we have seen how dangerous wildfires can be,” Honea said during a press conference. “So I ask that you please, please, please be prepared, maintain situational awareness and heed the warnings.”

The The New York Times noted that “California’s wildfire season is already the most severe in modern history, measured by acres burned.” The outlet reported, “More than 2.5 million acres of land have burned in the state this year, nearly 20 times what had burned at this time last year.”

The Associate Press reported that since mid-August in California, “fires have killed 12 people, destroyed more than 3,600 buildings, burned old growth redwoods, charred chaparral and forced evacuations in communities near the coast, in wine country north of San Francisco and along the Sierra Nevada.”

Tens of thousands of people have been ordered to evacuate their homes in recent days to escape the West Coast fires that have been called “unprecedented” as high winds fan the flames amid drought conditions.

California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) expressed some cautious optimism on Thursday, saying, “We’re encouraged that the wind activity appears to be dying down. The rest of the week looks a little more favorable.”

Death toll from West Coast wildfires reaches 7

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At least seven people have lost their lives in the devastating wildfires that continue to rage in several Western U.S. states, with reports of victims coming from California, Oregon and Washington.

What are the details?

The first reported death was out of Washington on Wednesday, where a 1-year-old boy died and his parents were severely burned as the family fled wildfires in the northern part of the state. The mother and father were hospitalized for their injuries.

Three people have been killed by the fires in Oregon. The Oregonian reported that a 13-year-old boy, Wyatt Tofte, and his grandmother, Peggy Mosso, were the first fatalities in the state. CBS News reported that Wyatt fled as a fire approached his home on Tuesday night, and his body was later found inside a vehicle along with the remains of his dog. The boy’s mother was hospitalized and remains in critical condition.

The third victim in Oregon was found on Thursday in the southern part of the state from a fire that is now being investigated as arson. That person’s identity has not been made public.

Another three people were found dead in Butte County, California, according to Mercury News. One of them was discovered late Wednesday morning, and authorities believe the individual was overcome by flames after fleeing their vehicle. Another two victims were found together in a separate area, but they have not been identified positively according to Sheriff Kory Honea.

“Time and again we have seen how dangerous wildfires can be,” Honea said during a press conference. “So I ask that you please, please, please be prepared, maintain situational awareness and heed the warnings.”

The The New York Times noted that “California’s wildfire season is already the most severe in modern history, measured by acres burned.” The outlet reported, “More than 2.5 million acres of land have burned in the state this year, nearly 20 times what had burned at this time last year.”

The Associate Press reported that since mid-August in California, “fires have killed 12 people, destroyed more than 3,600 buildings, burned old growth redwoods, charred chaparral and forced evacuations in communities near the coast, in wine country north of San Francisco and along the Sierra Nevada.”

Tens of thousands of people have been ordered to evacuate their homes in recent days to escape the West Coast fires that have been called “unprecedented” as high winds fan the flames amid drought conditions.

California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) expressed some cautious optimism on Thursday, saying a “We’re encouraged that the wind activity appears to be dying down. The rest of the week looks a little more favorable.”

Rochester’s ENTIRE police command staff resigns, Chief shares POWERFUL words amid violent protests

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Rochester Police Chief La’Ron Singletary and his entire command staff announced their resignation on Tuesday, following nearly a week of nightly protesting and rioting over the death of Daniel Prude, who died in police custody last March.

If you only listen to the mainstream media, you’d think Singletary resigned due to the valiant efforts of violent BLM protesters, and that his decision should be celebrated as a victory. But, that is not the case, Glenn Beck argued on Wednesday’s radio program.

Glenn shared Singletary’s resignation statement, in which the 20-year police veteran made it clear that his decision to leave the department was to save his integrity:

As a man of integrity, I will not sit idly by while outside entities attempt to destroy my character. The events over the past week are an attempt to destroy my character and integrity. [ …] The mischaracterization and the politicization of the actions that I took after being informed of Mr. Prude’s death is not based on facts, and is not what I stand for.

“He didn’t resign because of pressure. He resigned because no one would stand up, and he was being accused of things that weren’t true,” Glenn said. “You are seeing this now in Seattle. […] You’re seeing this all over the country. And it’s being spun as a giant win. Let me ask you, Rochester. You’ve just gotten rid of an African-American police chief. Who are you going to replace him with? […] Yeah, good luck, Rochester. Good luck. ”

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Neighbor of Jessica Krug — white prof who pretended to be black — says she called her ‘white trash,’ made threats, tried starting fights

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A neighbor of Jessica Krug — the now-former George Washington University professor who is white but pretended to be black most of her lifetold the New York Daily News she’s had her share of problems with Krug, who allegedly called her “white trash,” made threats, and even tried starting fights.

What are the details?

The paper said documentary filmmaker Anna Anderson, 39, first crossed paths with Krug in their East Harlem building in 2018.

“I used to have a Blue Apron subscription, which is a mail delivery subscription, and one day my food delivery didn’t show up,” Anderson recalled to the Daily News. “So I asked my landlord if he could check the cameras, and he said, ‘Do you have any beef with Jessica?’ and I’m like, ‘I don’t know who Jessica is,’ and he said, ‘She stole your package and threw it in the garbage.'”

Anderson told the paper that when Krug “did it a second time I got really pissed off.” Then Anderson said she contacted police about the missing mail and spoke by phone to a judge — but the Daily News said the NYPD wasn’t immediately able to verify the accusation.

She also told the paper that Krug would lock her bike so Anderson’s bike would be locked, too.

“I told her to unlock her bike from my bike, and she said, ‘What are you going to do? Call the cops? You know what cops do to people like me,'” Anderson recalled to the Daily News.

And the hits just kept on coming, apparently.

“I used to go out running, she would pass me when I’m running and say, ‘Gentrifying,'” Anderson told the paper. “She called me ‘white trash.'”

Anderson added to the Daily News that the “white trash” insult actually was funny since “I’m a white immigrant from Sweden.”

‘Are you gonna call the cops on me?’

Things allegedly came close to getting physical at times.

“She’s a tiny person, but she’s got a very big attitude, and she kinda tried to come at me, threatened to stomp on my dog and provoke me to beat her up,” Anderson told the paper. “She’s like, ‘Are you gonna hit me, are you gonna hit me? Are you gonna call the cops on me?'”

Not that it rattled Anderson, who stands 5-feet, 9-inches tall, the Daily News said.

“She’s been throwing air punches at me when we meet in the hallway,” she added to the paper, which noted the women live three floors apart in their building.

Despite it all Anderson — referencing Krug’s viral post on
Medium in which she told the world she had been lying about her ethnicity — told the Daily News, “I just hope she gets the help she needs.”

Krug didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment for this story.

Jessica Krug: George Washington University professor admits she has been pretending to be black

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Four Houston police officers fired for fatal shooting of mentally ill man who reached for one of their stun guns

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Four Houston Police Department officers were fired this week over the fatal shooting of a man apparently experiencing a mental illness episode in April, ABC News reported.

The identities of the officers have not been revealed, but the police union condemned the firings and said the officers had no choice but to use deadly force when they shot and killed Nicolas Chavez.

“What happened to Nicolas Chavez was a tragedy,” Houston Police Officers Union president Joe Gamaldi said. “(He was) a man who was clearly struggling from mental illness or a possible overdose and as a result forced our officers into a suicide-by-cop scenario. … They used every non-lethal option available … all while giving verbal commands to Mr. Chavez to give up peacefully. They begged and pleaded with Mr. Chavez to give up for the entire 15 minutes and to no avail. As Mr. Chavez stated several times, he wanted the officers to shoot and kill him.”

What happened?

On April 21, police responded to a call about a possibly suicidal man running in traffic and threatening bystanders.

According to Gamaldi, the officers confronted Chavez and attempted to verbally convince him to surrender. Police said they also used stun guns and bean bag rounds, but Chavez would not stand down.

Police say Chavez was holding a piece of metal, and he got his hands on a stun gun that one of the officers dropped and pointed it at them.

Body camera footage of the shooting was played during a Thursday news conference and viewed by the Houston Chronicle. Chavez appeared to be on his knees when he was shot while reaching for a used stun gun, which three of the officers allegedly did not know had been used already.

Officers fired a total of 24 rounds at Chavez, said Police Chief Art Acevedo.

“You will hear these officers pleading with (Chavez), ‘Please don’t do this. Please don’t do it,'” HPOU executive director Ray Hunt said, according to KPRC-TV. “You will also hear the sergeant, after he shoots (Chavez), use profanity because he is so upset that he had to finally do this … This is an outrage for these four officers, but you know what, they’re just a number.”

An independent review board determined that the shooting was justified and that the officers didn’t need to be disciplined, but Acevedo opted to fire them anyway.

Democratic rep takes down NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio in just 6 seconds — ‘that’s it guys … that’s the whole ad’

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It took just six seconds for Democratic Rep. Max Rose (N.Y) to drive his point home in a new ad attacking New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.

Rose, who represents New York’s 11th congressional district, which includes all of Staten Island and parts of southern Brooklyn, used only the few words necessary to characterize his feelings about the mayor.

‘The worst mayor’

“Bill de Blasio is the worst Mayor in the history of New York City,” he bluntly states before lifting his arms and staring blankly at the camera. “That’s it, guys. Seriously, that’s the whole ad.”

According to the New York Post, Rose’s campaign made the same accusation in a separate ad that ran for only six seconds total.

The outlet also noted the reasoning behind the ad may be that Rose is locked in a tight reelection battle against Republican challenger Nicole Malliotakis at the moment.

Slamming de Blasio could bolster support for Rose in a district where the mayor is unpopular, though it’s worth noting that Rose was critical of de Blasio prior to running the ad. He took shots at the mayor during his first run for Congress in 2018 when he ousted Republican incumbent Dan Donovan.

Malliotakis, a state assemblywoman, ran against de Blasio in the mayoral race in 2017, and while she lost to de Blasio citywide, she handily defeated him in Staten Island.

Others share the sentiment

The Daily Caller, in its report on the news, noticed that Rose was far from the only American who thinks de Blasio is the “worst mayor.”

Here are just a couple tweets demonstrating as much:

De Blasio’s reputation has fallen to new lows in recent months due to disapproval over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic and Black Lives Matter protests in the city.

A local report recently found that only 1 in 10 political insiders approved of the job that de Blasio was doing as mayor.

Thankfully for his critics, the mayor’s second and final term will be up in 2021.

Newly released DOJ records show improbable number of Mueller investigators claimed to have ‘accidentally wiped’ their phones

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Newly released documents from the Department of Justice show that an improbable high number of investigators involved in the Robert Mueller investigation claimed to have “accidentally wiped” their phones of vital information.

The revelation was first caught by Sean Davis of The Federalist who posted screenshot from the 87-page document drop.

Andrew Weismann, a manager on the Mueller team, reported that two of his special counsel’s office phones were wiped, one by accident, and another by entering the wrong password too many times.

“Wiped phone due to attempting the incorrect password to [sic] many times, believed had less than 10 text messages, and 5 photos of non-investigative or informational significance,” read one entry for assistant special counsel Greg Andres.

“Phone was accidentally wiped prior to records review,” read an entry for Kyle Freeny, a former prosecutor on the Mueller team.

Davis counted at least 15 phones that had similar entries where information and data had been wiped clean before their review by the DOJ.

“The newly released DOJ records from the OIG investigation of corruption during the Mueller probe shows that a key tactic used by the Mueller team was to put the phones in airplane mode, lock them, and then claim they didn’t have the password,” tweeted Davis.

Mueller was tasked with investigating the accusations of alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian government, and also into claims that the Russian government interfered with the 2016 election.

“What are the actual probabilities of more than a dozen top Mueller officials all ‘accidentally’ nuking their phones or accidentally putting them in airplane mode, locking them, and ‘forgetting’ their passwords so the DOJ OIG couldn’t access and examine them? Negative 100,000%?” asked Davis.

Here’s more about the Mueller report:

Mueller completes his investigation: Was the collusion probe a witch hunt?

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Newsom Admits His Insanity and Willingness to Physically Attack His Opposition

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The sad socialist Governor Gavin Newsom has announced for everyone to hear that he is fed up with people not believing in climate change. His reason stems from how he is currently feeling about the current condition of the state. His biggest problem is the fire that is consuming the state.

He stated that “We’re just entering into fire season this year. The largest fire season we’ve had in recent recorded history. Extreme fire events that we believe are climate-induced.” His statement shows that he does not understand how the climate works in California.

There are periods of rain and dry spells in many of the areas where fires are burning things. But those fires are necessary for the land’s health as it consumes the brush that he refuses to remove. It also allows for certain types of plants to grow from the seeds that need the fire to release them from their hardened shells.

His worldview that is shaped by his feelings is a dangerous way to the governor. He stated that “I have no patience for climate-change deniers. It’s inconsistent with the reality on the ground, the facts.” The data that he refers to is skeptical at best. The data shows that the earth is going through a warming phase. But the globe does this every several hundred years or so. It is the way that it keeps itself healthy.

Newsom cannot bring himself to admit that he has no idea on how to fight these wildfires. He is too prideful to ask for federal help. Last year he blamed the fires on people using their air conditioners. So, he had them all shutoff in an attempt to stop the fires.

And now they are being caused by wildfires. He stated, “All these things are connected,” he said. “Obviously, these weather events have put a lot of pressure on our electrical system. We have put historic pressure on our grid.”

He thinks that the energy being consumed is adding to the warming temperatures of the earth. This is the reason why he is shutting down all the power plants in California without any plan on building newer facilities to handle the growing needs of power in the state.

Newsom acts like he hates his job. It may never have occurred to him that people hate him too. He complains about the fires, the energy usage, the wind speed, and many other things out of his control. He no longer has the drive needed to fix problems in the state. The only thing he has done has made things worse for people.

The DWP Board of Water and Power Commission President is Cynthia McClain-Hill. She stated that “As I speak, there continues to be … those who are without power and that is something that this department sincerely regrets. We had crews that were out, as I understand it, doing 16-hour shifts. … Every single resource that this department has and every resource that we could beg, borrow, or steal was dedicated toward addressing this crisis.”

All the power workers are doing the best they can to keep people’s power on. The problem is that Newsom keeps reducing the amount of energy available to everyone. At some point, there will be people who will lose it permanently because there will not be enough to go around.

But Newsom is fed up with the trouble. His statement that he is fed up with those that deny climate change is nothing more than a liberal threat. The first person he comes across who does not believe in the science will suffer under his wrath. And in a socialist run state, there is no telling what he will get away with doing to that person.

The answer to the problems that he is facing is for him to resign. California needs a Republican to take over and, with the support of a Republican legislature, fix the problems that Newsom has created. At that time, the state population will realize that Democrats destroy people’s lives while Republicans build them up.