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"Beliefs are chains used to hold free minds in slavery. No chains of steel ever bound a human tighter than the
chains made of beliefs." -- Michael Rivero
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ political team released a video Tuesday showing the graphic results of multiple transgender surgeries alongside President Biden’s comments on "The Daily Show" calling the Republican’s policies "cruel."
During an appearance on Comedy Central Monday night, Biden said that "what’s going on in Florida" when it comes to transgender people is "close to sinful."
DeSantis’ video of Biden's remarks features a split screen with Biden on the left and still photos of double mastectomy and skin graft scars on the right. The bottom of the screen reads, "Biden thinks it’s ‘cruel’ Florida banned these surgeries for children."
"It's just terrible what they're doing," Biden says in the video. "It's not like, you know, a kid wakes up one morning and says, you know, I decided I wanted to become a man, or I want to become a woman. I mean, what are they thinking about?"
The GOP is calling for Mayorkas to resign —again.
On Sunday, more than 1,000 migrants rushed the El Paso border after word circulated online that they would gain entry into the U.S. By Monday, videos of the event had gone viral.
Now, prominent conservative voices are calling on DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas to resign.
Butler County, Ohio, Sheriff Richard Jones told “Fox & Friends First” Monday that America is “losing the battle” after seeing the border crisis firsthand.
“There are places on the border where there’s not even any security. I’m asking for [Mayorkas] to resign immediately. He doesn’t tell the truth. If you don’t think our country is in crisis and all you got to do is see a thousand people rush the border, and they come across. They used to come across in the dark. Now they come across in the daylight.”
US drone MQ-9 fell into the Black Sea on Tuesday morning due to its own sharp maneuvering, Russian fighters did not come into contact with it and did not use weapons, the Russian Defense Ministry said.
"As a result of sharp maneuvering around 09:30 Moscow time [06:30 GMT], unmanned aerial vehicle MQ-9 went into an uncontrolled flight with a loss of altitude and collided with the water surface. The Russian fighters did not use airborne weapons, did not come into contact with the unmanned aerial vehicle and returned safely to their home airfield," the ministry said.
The ministry clarified that on the morning of March 14, the airspace control of the Russian Aerospace Forces had recorded the flight of US unmanned aerial vehicle MQ-9 over the Black Sea in the region of the Crimean peninsula in the direction of the Russian state border.
After the Labor Department on Tuesday released its monthly inflation report, President Joe Biden declared it a victory, pointing to a decrease in the inflation rate from its record peak last summer as proof of his success in "working to lower costs for hard-working Americans." That point may be of little relief for many Americans, however, as February's inflation report showed prices of many essential goods up more than 10 percent from a year ago and general inflation outpacing wages.
The price of grocery store food surged 10.2 percent in February from the year before. Several energy services were also elevated from last year, with electricity up 12.9 percent and utility gas up 14.3 percent.
Instead of addressing the explosion in prices of those goods over the last year, Biden highlighted the decrease in the inflation rate from months ago, saying in a statement that "annual inflation is down by a third from this summer ... the slowest annual increase since September 2021."
Long time CTH reader “Regitiger” has spent a great deal of time reviewing the entire process, looking at the granular timeline and then overlaying the bigger picture of the constitutional and parliamentary process itself. What follows below is a brilliant analysis of the federal government motive to create a J6 crisis that permitted House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to trigger an emergency session and avoid the 2020 election certification challenges.
Those congressional floor challenges, known and anticipated well in advance of the morning of January 6, 2021, would have formed a legal and constitutional basis for ‘standing’ in judicial challenges that would have eventually reached the Supreme Court. The certification during “emergency session” eliminated the problem for Washington DC.
The president of Silicon Valley Bank, which federal regulators closed down Friday, made a quick $3.6 million shortly before the collapse.
CEO Greg Becker exercised stock options February 27 at a purchase price of $105.18, which he sold the same day at market prices. He sold the stocks that cost him $1.3 million for a total of $3,578,643, netting approximately $2.3 million in profit that day, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The Epoch Times further reported:
Documents show that the CEO of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) sold $3.6 million in shares of the failed financial institution’s parent company several weeks before its collapse—the biggest U.S. bank failure since 2008 that sent a shudder of anxiety across markets.
Fox News reports that the student in question is Canadian Catholic high school student Josh Alexander and that he claims he was arrested and charged with criticizing trans ideology. He says he has been barred from attending classes at school.
He was a student at a Canadian Catholic high school in Ontario until he spoke his mind about what he thought about transgender ideology. In particular, he took issue with the idea of transgender people using school bathrooms that do not correspond with their biological sex. He mentioned those concerns, which appear to have led him into a world of trouble with the authorities for whatever reason.
The student suggested that God only created two sexes, men and women, and authorities allegedly arrested him for having dared to make comments like that.
New House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) has authorized a congressional investigation into the possible weaponization of the FBI, the CIA and the Department of Justice. In addition to investigating the FBI’s suppression or unlawful leaking of evidence and the response to the Jan. 6 protest at the Capitol, Fox News host Tucker Carlson is calling for an investigation into government infringements of personal privacy.
In 2021, Fox News host Tucker Carlson announced the National Security Agency (NSA) hacked his secure (Signal) text message account. At the time, left-leaning legacy media outlets painted Tucker as an unbalanced conspiracy theorist.
A month later, Axios reported that Carlson’s assertions were factual. The NSA had monitored Carlson’s text messages, and a red flag was raised when Tucker texted “Kremlin intermediaries” regarding a possible trip to Russia to interview President Vladimir Putin.
President Biden has made many claims throughout his decades-long political career, including one about being "arrested" when he was 21 years old for sitting in the Senate presiding officer's chair illegally.
A 2007 interview Biden gave with comedian David Letterman is circulating on social media after being reposted in the wake of Fox News’ Tucker Carlson’s publication of Capitol footage from the Jan. 6 riots.
In the interview, Letterman asked the Delaware Democratic senator what it was like walking into the Senate chamber in his 20s.
U.S. nuclear reactor vendor Westinghouse Electric announced this week that it signed a contract with Energoatom, the state-owned nuclear utility of Ukraine, to build five 1150 MWe AP1000 reactors at four separate sites in Ukraine. Four of the units will be new and one will complete a partially built reactor at the Khmelnytskyi Nuclear Power Plant.
Former President Jimmy Carter is currently in hospice care —but President Biden is already talking about giving the eulogy at his funeral.
According to a Fox News report, while speaking at a fundraising event in Rancho Santa Fe, California, President Joe Biden revealed that former President Jimmy Carter has asked him to deliver the eulogy at his funeral.
“He asked me to do his eulogy – excuse me, I shouldn’t say that,” Biden said.
“I spent time with Jimmy Carter, and it’s finally caught up with him. But they found a way to keep him going for a lot longer than they anticipated because they found a breakthrough,” Biden told the crowd.
Maricopa County filed a response to Kari Lake’s Petition for Review in the Arizona Supreme Court yesterday.
The Gateway Pundit has reported extensively on Kari Lake’s stolen election and lawsuit challenging the fraud. On March 1, 2023, after the Maricopa County Superior Court and the Arizona Appeals Court dismissed the case, Lake filed a ‘Petition for Review’ and a Motion to Expedite Review’ for her election contest in the Arizona Supreme Court.
As The Gateway Pundit reported, on March 2, the Arizona Supreme Court agreed to expedite Lake’s lawsuit and scheduled March 21 to consider whether or not they will accept Lake’s new Petition. “At the conference, the Court will decide whether to accept review and schedule an oral argument,” states the order.
Responses from Defendants were ordered to be submitted by yesterday, March 13.
Maricopa County submitted a bogus response, falsely claiming that Kari Lake “presents—for the first time—a misleading factual theory about chain-of-custody documents” and “does not present any argument illustrating a need for this Court to review the court of appeals’ Opinion.”
They don’t even want the Supreme Court to consider this case because they are terrified.
Posts on Twitter and other social-media platforms helped fuel concerns about the U.S. banking system in recent days, as a range of users from prominent investors to internet provocateurs speculated more chaos could ensue.
Some users were trying to offer financial advice aimed at helping readers. Others appeared to take a more extreme view of the situation. In total, fairly or not, the messages sowed anxiety at a time when confidence in the country’s banking system was shaken, lawmakers and social-media observers said.
Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) failed on Friday and was shut down by regulators. It was the second-largest failure in US history and the first since the global financial crisis. Almost immediately, the calls for bailouts started to come in. (Since Friday, First Republic Bank has failed, and many other banks are facing collapse.)
In fact, on March 9, even before SVB failed, billionaire investor Bill Ackman took to Twitter to insist a federal “bailout should be considered” if the private sector could not save the bank. Hours after SVB officially failed, Ackman was still at it, and in a 646-word panicky screed, he demanded that the federal government “guarantee SVB deposits” and essentially backstop the entire banking industry to keep failing, inefficient, and poorly managed banks afloat.
Now, many readers might be saying to themselves, “I thought bank deposits were insured!” That, of course, is correct, but deposits are only legislatively insured up to $250,000 by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). Given that most normal people keep less than this in their bank accounts, that means the majority of bank users are not going to lose any of their money should their banks fail. Moreover, it is extremely easy to acquire deposit insurance on much more than $250,000 by simply keeping money at more than one bank. That $250,000 limit applies to the deposits at each bank where a depositor keeps funds. For customers with high liquidity needs, the financial sector offers tools for dealing with the risk of exceeding FDIC limits.
In an illustration of the laziness and arrogance that so characterizes our modern financial class, however, many of the wealthiest depositors at Silicon Valley Bank couldn’t be bothered with managing their deposits, and they essentially ignored the deposit-insurance rules that even a ten-year-old understands when opening his first bank account.
As a result, many venture capitalists and other wealthy SVB customers stand to a lot of money. At least, they stood to lose a lot of money before Sunday evening, when the Federal Reserve announced its new “Bank Term Funding Program” (BTFP), which promises to flood the banking system with new money and shore up the personal finances of wealthy depositors.
The Republican Senator from Louisiana, John Kennedy, stated on Sunday that President Joe Biden’s budget, which is around $7 trillion, took his “breath away” and should be in a “shredder” instead of burdening the American Taxpayers.
“The president’s budget took my breath away.”
“His numbers are extraordinary. We’re going to run out of digits here. It’s a $6.9 trillion budget, $4.7 trillion in new taxes that will affect everyone over 10 years, $18 trillion in new debt, a cut to defense.”
On Monday, President Biden flew to San Diego to discuss a submarine deal with British and Australian Prime Ministers. However, Biden literally almost fell to his death because he nearly missed the first step going down the stairs.
‘Biden vs. stairs’ has been quite the rivalry since he took the oval office, as this isn’t the first time he’s struggled going up or down the stairs on Air Force One. Stairs are a true menace to society. They’ve been known to cause everything from tripping and falling to… well, tripping and falling again.
Former President Donald Trump announced his third campaign for the White House here Tuesday night at his luxurious seaside resort Mar-a-Lago in front of thousands of fans and hundreds of media outlets.
In the 69-minute address, Trump unveiled what he called a “National Greatness Agenda.”
“This is what we call a National Greatness Agenda, because our country can be greater than it’s ever been,” Trump said. “Our country is not great anymore. It’s a mess. But our country can be greater than it ever was before. There will be more, much more in the months ahead—and there are so many things we need to do. The road ahead of us will not be easy.”
SEN. RON JOHNSON: I would argue the solution is relatively well known. But the problem is they [Biden admin] are dedicated to their radical left policies. They figure the time is running out. So they do everything they can to try and make more Americans dependent on government, grow deficit spending. This is what they want to do. This was their aim. This, again, this didn't just happen. This isn't an accident. Everything all the problems are experienced in this country today. Almost all of them, you know, the big ones are caused by radical left policies, that this is what they ran on.
As a U.S. Senator, Joe Biden was known as a political moderate. When he ran for president in 2020, he portrayed himself as the Democrats' middle-of-the-road candidate -- a man who could work with both sides of the aisle and unite Americans of all political persuasions. However, when being a moderate wasn't helping his chances of winning the nomination, candidate Biden quickly switched horses in midstream, adopting the far-left platform of socialist Bernie Sanders.
This move won him the Democrats' nomination and made him beholden to the radical left-wing of the Democrat Party. It also called into question Biden's judgment, a subject tackled quite capably by award-winning journalist Caroline Glick in her column "Joe Biden's catastrophic judgment." For example, concerning his judgment in handling the U.S. exit from Afghanistan, Glick observed Biden's judgment "was never reasoned or fact-based" and he "was catastrophically wrong." She also makes the equally valid point that once the president adopts a position, he "is unwilling to listen to counterargument" and "he will not rethink his choices or positions, even after they failed."
A recently published study suggests that the overwhelming majority of students in the United States have been exposed to at least one core principle of critical race theory (CRT) despite claims from many on the left that the curriculum is not taught in schools.
Researchers at the Manhattan Institute surveyed responses from more than 1,500 Americans recently out of high school ages 18 to 20, and 90% of respondents said they have heard at least one CRT concept from a teacher or adult at school, and 93% had been taught a core tenet of critical social justice (CSJ), a combination of CRT and radical gender ideology.
The study, which explains that its method is to "interview a random sample of those who have recently graduated from school and can recollect their recent school experiences in order to estimate the extent to which CSJ has become part of American education," found that 62% of students said they were taught or heard from an adult that "America is a systemically racist country."
On Saturday, at an event in Washington, DC, former Vice President Mike Pence spoke out about Biden’s plan to re-enter the nuclear deal.
In his talk with anti-regime activists, Pence warned that if plans go forward, it won’t result in a positive outcome, according to a report by Fox News.
The event was by the Organization of Iranian-American Communities, which supports an Iranian republic that is democratic, non-nuclear, and secular. The group supported Trump and his administration for the policy that exacted maximum pressure on the regime.
In 2015, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action was put aside and replaced with re-imposed sanctions that had previously been lifted and, during an air strike, eliminated General Qasem Soleimani.