Really, now!

You don’t say!

“It went to Stormy Daniels from Michael Cohen,” the Trump attorney countered. “He decided he was going to do it this way and asked for the reimbursement of what he billed as legal fees. That is not a crime.” 

As a hush money payment to ensure silence about an affair would not be illegal in and of itself, Bragg’s case would likely hinge on a possible campaign finance violation. If Cohen’s payment to Daniels constituted an illegal campaign contribution, then the falsification of records would have concealed an underlying crime

Stop the stupid!


Huh, look at

the flip-flop!

This week, despite Biden’s pledge to prohibit new oil permits on federal land, he greenlighted a massive drilling program on federal land: ConocoPhillips’s Willow project. As the Associated Press reports, the project will tap reserves from “Alaska’s petroleum-rich North Slope, a major environmental decision … that drew quick condemnation as flying in the face of his pledges to slow climate change.”

But even if he grants it, there are only a fraction that actually pan out. This is just a feint, anyway. Biden may say he is opening up drilling, but of course he really is not.

So while it may look like there’s no rhyme or reason to Biden’s energy policies, there’s a common theme between spiking Keystone and approving the Alaskan drilling project: both align with his political interests. This conclusion is supported by a well-known economic theory.


Peppermint Psaki

accidentally throws Biden under the bus!

“President Biden does nothing at 9 AM,” Psaki revealed. “The fact that he’s [giving a speech about the bank failure] at 9 AM speaks to how vital the White House recognizes it is.”

Early to bed, late to rise: THAT’s Biden!


Yeah, Democrats

SHOULD be terrified! Because no thinking conservative would touch this with a 10-foot pole.

But a lot of Democrats are rubes (which is why they are Democrats in the first place!) and will go this direction.

Biden-Induced Human Misery Buffoons Captain Obvious

It’s failing

on a massive scale.

What went wrong? In a word: Inflation. … “When Biden took office, inflation was at 1.4% and gas was $2.39/gal. Today, inflation is at 6.4% and gas is $3.47/gal.”

You folks who voted for Biden? Thanks for crapping in the sandbox we ALL have to live in. Waaay to go… <shakes head and rolls eyes>


“Yeah, about that

‘end of the world’ stuff? Never mind…

Don’t these folks ever get tired of being wrong?


Wow! How

thin-skinned can you get? Kamala needs to grow up!

Buffoons Evil Clown

Look, it’s a

non-starter. And for GOOD reason!

Age-related decline Buffoons

Look, NO

informed non-hack thinks Biden is actually running things! He chooses what day is “chocolate pudding cup day” but that’s about it.

But questions have swirled around Old Joe Biden’s cognitive abilities and thus his ability to discharge the duties of the office he ostensibly holds ever since he began pretending to be president. And now a new poll has shown that a majority of Americans don’t really think Old Joe is running things at all. In other words, a majority of Americans are able to see what’s right in front of their faces.

… Just 44 percent believe he is ‘really doing the job as president. Ah, at last, we have reached the realm of the obvious.

On Sept. 8, 2021, Biden announced, “I‘m supposed to stop and walk out of the room.” On Aug. 30, 2021, he told a reporter, “I’m not supposed to take any questions, but go ahead,” but when the question turned out to involve his catastrophic mishandling of the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, he said: “I’m not gonna answer Afghanistan now,” and walked away. On June 19, 2021, Biden told reporters: “I’ll take your questions, and as usual, folks, they gave me a list of the people I’m going to call on.”

Buffoons Elections

To be honest,

almost no one does.

Notably, over one-third of Biden 2020 voters, 36 percent, do not want him to run in the next presidential race, while less than a majority, 39 percent, said he should. One-quarter of Biden 2020 voters remain unsure. For further comparison, most Trump 2020 voters, 55 percent, want former President Donald Trump to run in 2024, and 53 percent of Republicans across the board say the same.