The Biden Admin is now showing all of America that America is last, the US will now spend $352 to house illegals in hotels. The entire economy is now out of control, fuel prices are skyrocketing, lumber prices are increasing rapidly. The [CB] panics, their system is imploding and now they call for more stimulus. The people are now seeing the [CB] fiat system for the first time, the people begin to transition. The [DS] is now losing it’s power. The people are now flexing their muscles, there is strength in numbers, the power of the people are returning. Step back and look at what is going on, look at the entire plan from a 40,000 foot view, you can see what’s really happening. Trump sends a message, we are not going to take it anymore.
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- The White House is spending close to $352 a night to provide beds to the estimated 80,000 migrant families expected to flood the border from now until September, according to a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement document obtained by the Washington Examiner.
- The contract rents out hotels in Texas and Arizona for six and a half months — 199 days. In these hotels, 1,239 beds will be occupied by those participating in the border surge, which the government dubs “emergency family reception sites.” After three days of sleeping in the hotel, migrant families who entered the country illegally will then be freed into the United States with a court date to be determined.
- With median prices for both existing and new homes at all time highs, and soaring at a record annualized rate of almost 20%…
- “Things are now out of control. Everything is a mess, and we are seeing wide-scale shortages.”
- … there is an unprecedented shortage and tightness across the entire timber supply chain. Sawmills have had trouble ramping up fast enough to meet the surge in demand. Meanwhile, trucking delays and worker shortages at lumber yards have added to costs, which are now getting passed on to consumers. Worst of all, the bigger cost component of any new house l Lumber prices – have surged more than 60% to record highs this year, and analysts aren’t expecting any relief until late 2021, if not later.
- Bloomberg, Soaring wood costs have already added more than $24,000 to the price of the average new U.S. house, according to National Association of Home Builders,
- : believe it or not, but the government’s attempts to solve the labor problem crisis have sparked an entirely new crisis: one of even more unaffordable housing.
- President Joe Biden’s pick to lead U.S. Customs and Border Protection jumped on the bandwagon in 2019 against a group of Ohio high school students who were falsely accused of harassing a Native American man in Washington, D.C.
- Chris Magnus, the Biden nominee, accused the Covington High School students on Twitter of engaging in “cruel” behavior while questioning their upbringing.
- “How do kids get like this?” Magnus, who currently serves as chief of the Tucson police department, tweeted on Jan. 20, 2019 along with a photo of Covington student Nick Sandmann standing face-to-face with a man named Nathan Phillips.
- “What kind of parenting or school experience leads to this?” Magnus asked in the tweet.
- Magnus’s Twitter account is not verified by the social media site, but the Tucson police department has previously identified him as the user of the account @ChiefCMagnus.
- A bill introduced last week by Republican Rep. Madison Cawthorn of North Carolina seeks to have the U.S.-Mexico border wall built by former President Donald Trump declared a national monument.
- The legislation, called the “Donument Act” in honor of Trump, would create the “Southern Border Wall National Monument.” It would effectively provide “permanent protection from alteration” for the wall, defending it from any future executive orders by President Joe Biden or anyone else to demolish it, according to a statement from Cawthorn.
- The bill would preserve about 289,920 acres in the area along and around the border in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas as a national monument. Approximately 450 miles of the wall was built under the Trump administration, according to the Department of Homeland Security.
Project Veritas Undercover work into CNN
- When he was asked to explain how CNN uses “propaganda,” Chester cited the scandals plaguing the GOP congressman, which had surfaced just days prior.
- “If the agenda, say, is to get, like, Matt Gaetz right now, he’s like this Republican,” Chester began. “He’s a problem for the Democratic Party because he’s so conservative, right? And he can cause a lot of hiccups in passing of laws and whatnot. So, it would be great for the Democratic Party to get him out. So we’re going to keep running those stories to keep hurting him and make it so that it can’t be buried and, like, just settled outside of court. And just like, you know, if we keep pushing that, it’s helping us.”
- “That’s propaganda because it’s helping us in some way,” Chester summarized.
- Chester also grimly described how they often want COVID death tolls to be higher to “make our point better.”
- “Like, why isn’t it high enough, you know, today? Like it would make our point better if it was higher. And I’m like, what am I f***ing rallying for? That’s a problem that we’re doing that.”
- Chester also described how CNN has used fear of the COVID-19 pandemic to keep viewers tuning in.
- “It’s fear. Fear really drives numbers – [TV ratings],” Chester said. “Fear is the thing that keeps you tuned in.”
- He added, “COVID? Gangbusters with ratings, right? Which is why we [CNN] constantly have the [COVID] death toll on the side.”
- Chester said that the network’s president Jeff Zucker would call in to the CNN newsroom during live TV segments and order the staff to keep COVID death tolls on the screen.
It’s ALL coordinated. All of it. The Spirit of the Age doesn’t do random chance, despite insisting that’s the origin of species. https://t.co/nOOHqZwwix
— Steve Deace (@SteveDeaceShow) April 14, 2021
Scientific American has agreed with major news outlets worldwide to start using the term “climate emergency” in its coverage of climate change. Read our statement about this decision, and the impact we hope it can have throughout the media landscape. https://t.co/ccpALIvpxe
— Scientific American (@sciam) April 12, 2021
- President Joe Biden announced it’s “time to end” America’s longest war with the unconditional withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan where they have spent two decades in a bloody, largely fruitless battle against the Taliban. Trump already did this with a peace deal, Troops are suppose to be coming home May 1,
- Biden is naming September 11 as the deadline by which the last US soldiers will have finally departed.
— MediaResearchCenter (@theMRC) April 14, 2021
Why did Biden push the date back out to 9/11, will there be attacks on US soldiers, will there be a FF, will he then make the case of why we need to stay
Biden raises stakes in Ukraine stand-off as he phones Putin to tell him to back down: President warns Russian leader to ‘de-escalate tensions’ after Moscow told America to keep warships away ‘for their own good’
- President Joe Biden called Vladimir Putin to ask his Russian counterpart to de-escalate its military situation and request a peace summit on Ukraine
- Putin, in his response, played coy refusing to say if he would attend or not
- Biden made it ‘clear that the United States will act firmly in defense of its national interests in response to Russia’s actions,’ the White House said
- Putin, in his response to the conversation, said the two countries would ‘continue dialogue’ over ensuring global security
- Putin is playing with Biden, he knows he is weak, he knows their playbook
- President Joe Biden reassured Americans the United States had enough coronavirus vaccines, even without the Johnson & Johnson vaccine federal health officials paused Tuesday.
- Trump administration signed contracts worth $900 million with a subsidiary of pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson to produce a coronavirus vaccine
- Records obtained by The Sun show that a $689,525,867 contract was awarded to the Johnson & Johnson owned Janssen Pharmaceuticals on December 19 by the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response.
- At the time, it was to develop a flu vaccine, something President Trump had spoken about a few months prior at the White House while signing an executive order aimed at “modernizing influenza vaccines in the United States to promote national security and public health.”
- President Trump also spoke about the damage a pandemic could do to the country back in September.
- “Each year, seasonal influenza vaccines prevent millions of cases of disease and thousands of deaths in the United States,” said President Trump.
- “Additionally, in the event of an influenza pandemic, the virus could kill more than half a million Americans and inflict trillions of dollars of damage on our economy.
- “Dr. Fauci should be voluntarily removed from TV because what he says is such a disservice and such fear-mongering, and almost all of what he says isn’t even matched by the science of his own institute,” Source: thefederalist.com
- Newsom’s disregard for the rights of his fellow citizens amid the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic set up a series of legal showdowns that saw California’s governor lose five times in recent months when his restrictive limitations were struck down by SCOTUS.
- Three of those five losses came at the hands of one group: the Center for American Liberty.
- “These wins have been in the context of religious liberty,” e
- “It is a very big deal and I think it sends a clear signal to governors across the country that the Court will not tolerate restrictions on the free exercise of religion.”
When SCOTUS tells you SIX TIMES IN ROW “You overstepped your authority as governor and actually you couldn’t do that and you violated your citizens rights when you did it anyway” if you can’t see where THAT is heading, you’re listening to the wrong people.
They’re ALL doomed.
They’re ALL going to be SUED INTO OBLIVION.
The **legal** case for being able to impose those draconian COVID restrictions is being STRIPPED away from them.
Newsome is just the start.
There’s no way SCOTUS says Newsome couldn’t enact these restrictions and then turn around and say it was fine for Whitmer or Wolf or Cuomo to do the SAME THINGS.
- Daunte Wright allegedly had a warrant out for his arrest at the time he was shot and killed by a Brooklyn Center police officer near Minneapolis, Minnesota,
- “Wright was due to face trial on a charge of attempted aggravated robbery – with a possible maximum sentence of 20 years in prison,” the newspaper reported on April 13.
- The charge stems from an incident in December 2019 when Wright, then 19 years old, and a second man named Emajay Driver, then 18 years old, allegedly visited a residence shared by two women in Osseo, Minnesota. Wright allegedly tried to hold up one of the women to steal a sum of $820 in cash she had stashed inside her bra. Wright allegedly pointed a gun at the woman, choked her, and threatened to shoot her if she did not hand over the money.
- The Biden Justice Department announced it has closed the investigation into the homicide death of Trump supporter Ashli Babbitt that took place inside the Capitol during the January 6 The name of the officer was not released.
“Get the white people to the front!” #BLM protesters demand that whites be used as human shields as they gather outside the Brooklyn Center police station. They’ve been trying to break down the fence & are throwing projectiles. #antifa pic.twitter.com/2gW7bGK6lq
— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) April 14, 2021
- George Floyd’s girlfriend was Daunte Wright’s teacher at high school
- The revelation was made during a press conference alongside Floyd’s family
- Courteney Ross had been with Floyd for three years until his death on May 25
“Gun control!” they demand from behind their armed guards.
“Abolish the police!” they shout from behind military security forces.
“Income inequality!” they scream from their multiple mansions.
“Climate change!” they wail from their private jets.
— John Hayward (@Doc_0) April 14, 2021
- Ford, General Motors, and 30 other Michigan companies are denouncing voting bills introduced by the Michigan state Senate.
Corporate America is pushing freedom-killing vaccine passports, censoring conservatives on social media & trying to stop common-sense Voter ID laws.
These woke corporations are un-American to their core.
Time for Republicans to finally stand up to them!https://t.co/37dbkuiOi1
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) April 14, 2021
- Coca-Cola, whose CEO denounced the Georgia voting bill, is now striking a conciliatory tone after coming under pressure from conservatives.
- We believe the best way to make progress now is for everyone to come together to listen, respectfully share concerns and collaborate on a path forward. We remain open to productive conversations with advocacy groups and lawmakers who may have differing views,” the company said. “It’s time to find common ground. In the end, we all want the same thing – free and fair elections, the cornerstone of our democracy.”Coca-Cola’s Wednesday remarks are notably less confrontational than its previous statements on the Georgia voting law.
Ask yourself – why is just about every major company in corporate America AGAINST fair & free elections with secure voting measures?
What’s the harm in making sure our sacred elections are safeguarded so the American people’s voices can truly be heard?
- The New York Times has aggressively insisted the last several months that worries over absentee and mail-in ballots, in particular, are dishonest violations of voting rights. Times staff opinion editor Spencer Bokat-Lindell wrote late in October that “[t]he effort to discredit and discourage mail-in voting” was the “culmination of a decades-long disinformation campaign by the Republican Party and others to suppress votes, especially those cast by Black and Latino Americans.”
- But what of the Times itself, which for over two decades has warned readers that the most common sort of election fraud involves absentee voting? As recently as September, Times reporters Stephanie Saul and Reid Epstein quoted Richard Hasen, who teaches election law at the University of California, Irvine, saying that “[e]lection fraud in the United States is very rare, but the most common type of such fraud in the United States involves absentee ballots.”
Democrat politicians & their corporate owners oppose showing ID’s to vote, but want every American to have to submit to an invasive digital vaccine passport to travel on a plane, go to a concert, eat out at a restaurant or even to just go grocery shopping.
Think about that.
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) April 14, 2021
The [DS] is now panicking over the audit that is about to happen on April 22 in Maricopa county