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What's more pathetic than that assclown are the drunks cheering him on

The one time leader of the free world who now lives alone in a hotel sharing buffets, common areas, and staff with strangers, yearns for attention and relevance so badly, he now stands on a patio step every night ranting to tens of people about a 6 month old election that he lost

TURTLE. . . what about your freedom to not have jobs and childcare?"

This Administration wants to raise taxes to nudge families toward the kinds of jobs Democrats want Americans to have, in the industries they want to exist, using the kinds of childcare they endorse. These plans aren’t about creating options; they’re imposing a vision.


BFD! -Number of children held in Border Patrol facilities drops 84%

(CNN)The number of unaccompanied migrant children held in jail-like conditions by US Customs and Border Protection dropped nearly 84% in the span of a month, according to a White House official, underscoring the significant progress made by the administration after reaching record high custody figures.

As of Wednesday, there were 954 children in CBP facilities, down from a peak of 5,767 on March 28, the official told CNN, speaking on condition of anonymity because they weren't authorized to speak on the record.


Ukraine Dirt


POTUS stops and picks a dandelion for FLOTUS as they board Marine One en route to Georgia

stops and picks a dandelion for @FLOTUS as they board Marine One en route to Georgia 🌻


"Goodbye, Ronald Reagan."

Once again, it’s Biden on the front of ‘Le Monde.’ The big headline with a photo from last night’s speech before Congress is “Joe Biden takes on the fight against inequality.” In the column to the right of the photo “Taxation of the richest makes its way across the world” with sidebars about the current proposals in France and Germany where both are looking at upcoming national elections.

In the editorial, “President of the workers,” it says that under Biden’s proposals, ““The rich and the corporations will pay more taxes. Goodbye, Ronald Reagan. www.lemonde.fr/...

Adieu, Ronald Reagan
Le démocrate Joe Biden avait promis aux travailleurs américains de « rebâtir l’Amérique, en mieux ». Tournant le dos à l’orthodoxie des indices chiffrés, poussé par sa gauche, il garde ce cap, celui de la réhabilitation des classes moyennes et populaires. C’est leur déclassement et leur colère qui ont dépouillé Barack Obama de sa majorité au Congrès, puis porté Donald Trump à la Maison Blanche. Plus jamais ça.


Another Amazing Pic From Last Night -


The Second Gentleman (so sweet)


2017 vs 2021

Oh, What A Relief it is

The feds planned to arrest Chauvin immediately had he not been convicted

Leading up to Derek Chauvin’s murder trial, Justice Department officials had spent months gathering evidence to indict the ex-Minneapolis police officer on federal police brutality charges, but they feared the publicity frenzy could disrupt the state’s case.

So they came up with a contingency plan: If Chauvin were found not guilty on all counts or the case ended in a mistrial, they would arrest him at the courthouse, according to sources familiar with the planning discussions.

The backup plan would not be necessary. On April 20, the jury found Chauvin guilty on all three murder and manslaughter counts, sending him to the state’s most secure lockdown facility to await sentencing, and avoiding the riots many feared could engulf the city once again.

Now, with Chauvin’s state trial out of the way, federal prosecutors are moving forward with their case. They plan to ask a grand jury to indict Chauvin and the other three ex-officers involved in George Floyd’s killing — J. Alexander Kueng, Thomas Lane and Tou Thao — on charges of civil rights violations, a source said.

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