Are You Feeling That Biden+Regret Yet?


Then you’re in a very lonely club, I’d say. Looks like the Democrats in the Congress are feeling some remorse. Otherwise, why would they be ushering a bill to restrict his access to the nuclear codes? You know —him, the President. Of the United States. The Commander-in-Chief, Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr. The guy that “beat” Donald John Trump.

You can read it for yourself here if you don’t believe me:

Now, mind you, they ain’t saying it publicly. They’re not like the hard Left, the Antifa/Snowflake types who are screaming at the top of their lungs because Biden and Kommiela haven’t gone the full Bolshie. (Newsflash: the Senate Parliamentarian just killed the $15/hour minimum wage bill.) No, they’re professional politicians, joined at the hip with the big multinational corporations so they know which side their bread is buttered on.

Oh sure, they’ll caterwaul all day long about “systemic racism” and pass something like the so-called Equality Act. But they know full well that it won’t pass. So they’ll just scream and holler again to keep the kabuki theater going (and hopefully continue to fool the Bernie Bros). But they’ll be very tight-lipped about The Things That Really Matter.

Like Biden’s clear mental incapacity. And so they’re using Biden’s deficits to create a politburo. Just like in the old Soviet Union.

So, in order to save the world from Grandpa Badfinger accidentally launching a nuclear strike, they’re going to get in touch with their inner Marx and somehow insinuate themselves into the chain of command. Of course they’ll say it isn’t because they’re “worried” about Biden the man personally, only that, Gosh darn it! those darned Republicans still like that Bad Orange Man! I mean, despite everything we’ve done to tarnish that man’s reputation, it looks like he’s gonna be their nominee again in 2024. So, we gotta do this for the sake of the Republic!

If you believe that, then I’ve got a perfectly good bridge in Brooklyn I can sell you.

In any event, this bill is clearly unconstitutional. As a strict constructionist myself, I am against it. OK, you caught me; I’m gonna be honest with you: I should be against it. Unfortunately, like many patriots, I am caught on the horns of a dilemma. And that dilemma is twofold; first, the Establishment stole the election. Second, the man they put in the Oval Office is not fit to be president. Not only is he lacking in character and as has no accomplishments to speak of, he’s not all there. Knowing that he has the power to nuke some country because that darned squirrel that’s whispering in his ear doesn’t make me sleep well at night.

That last thing is particularly troubling. The last time we had a president who was incapacitated while in office was back 1919, when Woodrow Wilson was felled by a stroke. Luckily for everyone, nuclear weapons were still decades into the future and anyway, the Great War was over. It’s an open question as to whether his incapacity emboldened the French to inflict the punitive (and unwarranted) monetary damages upon the Germans but that’s one of the great “what ifs?” of history. (In any event, these damages led to the rise of Hitler.)

So their solution is to create a politburo (as stated) and take their chances with the Supreme Court.

That being said, let’s put our cards on the table. I think I know what is the driving force behind this and I’ve already alluded to it above. I actually do believe that the Left is terrified of Trump. And it’s more than him being the Adolf Drumpfler/bogeyman of their nightmares. The Establishment knows that the election was stolen and they know that outside of the Beltway, they have no real credibility with the masses. (When Jen Psaki is your mouthpiece and she’s become an instant joke in less than two weeks, then you know you’re in trouble.) And that may be another reason that they’re pushing this bill.

I gotta tell you, the stars are aligning against the Left in more ways than one can count. For one thing, the insane censoriousness that has overtaken the Left is a giant red flag that they’re scared. That’s Tyranny 101; go read any history book if you don’t believe me. Second, when a cuck like Romney says that Trump will likely be the GOP nominee in 2024 then you know which way the wind is blowing. Add to that the fact that a Trump-hating traitor like McConnell actually says that he’ll vote for him again and it’s pretty much game, set, and match. At this point, if you’re a Democrat, you’ve got to be hoping that the President doesn’t have access to the Football. Especially if that President is going to be Trump again. Biden is merely collateral damage. It’s actually a win-win from their point of view.

Drink in the irony if you will. Last summer, Portland, Seattle, Kenosha, Milwaukee, and a hundred other American cities almost burned to the ground in an orgy of violence never before seen on our fruited plain. Federal buildings as well as mom-and-pop businesses were destroyed with nary a thought in the world. Homes, police precincts, and monuments were demolished willy-nilly as well. But as far as the Democrat poohbahs ensconced in their luxurious little bubbles were concerned, it was all a big yawner. Jerrold Nadler said that Antifa was nothing but a “myth”. Joe Biden said that it was merely an “idea”. But by God, when a few hundred unarmed MAGA types show up at the Capitol and act like frat boys at a kegger, they soiled their drawers in no time flat.

You see, January 6th hit a little too close to home as far as they were concerned.

Now mind you, President Trump did not incite or orchestrate that fracas. Ordinary people did. And it was spontaneous. All Trump did was let the nationalist/populist genie out of the bottle. He gave the American people a sense of purpose and the ability to recognize their inherent power. Despite all the best efforts of Big Tech to suppress dissent, January 6th proved the ultimate impotence of the Oligarchy. It happened once, it can happen again. That genie ain’t getting back in the lamp.

So, if I had to guess, I’d say that taking the ultimate power away from Biden may be the Establishment’s last chance to restrain the power of future Presidents (read: Trump). At any rate, if they succeed, then America will be ruled by a politburo, not a Constitution.

Is it constitutional? Nope. Will they succeed? Probably. Why? Because they are that scared of Trump.

P.S. If you really want to know what’s going on behind the scenes among the Democrat elites, please take the time to read this little gem.

Long story short: Pelosi and company know that Biden is unfit for the job. And they know that there’s more than enough ammo to (rhetorically) take out Kamala. Who gets to be President then? Why, Madame Pelosi.


  1. Pelosi is 80. Hopefully she’s not interested. She seems to have taken on the Machiavellian aura of Madam Hillary. I’m not sure these people are as smart as we give them credit for. Harris may likely take over.

    Regardless, I don’t see how Biden lasts long. Essentially, the Dems are cursed. The MSM, the Swamp and Big Tech are allied in a Satanic Troika to protect and prop them up and they can’t even pass a $15/hr minimum wage or keep their “President” from chasing squirrels.

    And it only gets worse for them from here.

    They stole an election, more than half the country knows it and the rest increasingly see the MSM protestations to the contrary as rationalizations designed to protect Democrat power from the obvious ramifications of a treasonous coup. With a strong leader and a weak opposition, it would still be an impossible sell over time but it might stick to keep the peace. Unfortunately for them they have a senile man at the helm and the Golden Don in opposition. It’s one thing to justify a coup in favor of strong, competent leadership. Supporters are already demonstrating buyer’s remorse.

    2022 looms and will hamstring whatever Democrat is in charge by that point. And all the RINOs will be primaried and likely defeated.

    Hell hath no fury like an primadonna scorned.

    Republicans in swing states will see The Wave a comin’ and expedite election reform as well as make Big Tech pay for its censorship if the Feds don’t.

    And all that will set the stage for Act II . . .

    • George Michalopulos says

      Misha, as usual, you present some interesting insights. I myself have pulled back from the brink of consigning to GOP to permanent oblivion. Right now, I’d say scales are tipping towards a GOP resurgence. Gail and I watched The Golden Don’s speech at CPAC yesterday and I can say that he is almost fully in control of the party right now. Keep your eye on certain RINO heavyweights (like McConnell) and see which way the wind blows. Also keep your eye on the bench: Kristi Noem, Ron DeSantis, Ric Grennell. If they rise (and they will) and they continue to act Trumpist, then you can safely say that Trump controls the GOP.

      This will especially be so if he succeeds in taking out the neocon/cucks/RINOS in 2022. So far, the auguries look good.

      You’ll know he’s won if a RINO begs him for help in 2022. It can happen. As a priest of my acquaintance said “expect the unexpected”.

      Your broader point is especially insightful. The satanic troika that is the Left. If they can’t pass the $15/hr minimum wage hike, expect to see more cities burn in the very near future.

      • George Michalopulos says

        As for Pelosi being 80, it matters not a whit to her. Granted she’s an unprincipled harridan but even being 2 years older than Creepy Joe, she still is in control of more of her faculties.

        Anyway, like many party leaders, she’s hubristic.

        • I had no idea that she was 80! Now I am more convinced than ever that these people drink the blood of children.

          • George Michalopulos says

            That thought has crossed my mind, Basil.

          • “Now I am more convinced than ever that these people drink the blood of children.”

            Mere blood would be easy to get. The urban legend that I suspect you and others here have heard, that it is Adrenochrome; a substance best harvested from children, teens and under, through a combination of torture and sexual abuse. It is supposedly a pseudo-immortality drug, helping prevent the outer signs of aging, but primarily giving the energy and inner feeling of youth. The down side you’re now hooked on it for the rest of your life, and using it damages the eyes, which requires surgeries to correct, thus the Black Eye club among the who’s who of the world. And while there are legal synthetic versions, that aren’t harvested from living human victims, those merely keep the Adrenochrome addict alive, and they’ll look and feel awful.

            Huxley, mentions it in The Doors of Perception (1954), but the conspiracy inclined might suspect that Huxley, and the elite, had known about it since at least Brave New World (1932) (“We keep their internal secretions artificially balanced at a youthful equilibrium… We keep their metabolism permanently stimulated.” So everyone looks and feels young, right until their body gives out. Which would be the real value of Adrenochrome, not any psychedelic property, which was probably a red herring, to explain away interest in, and any use of, the substance):


            There matters rested until, two or three years ago, a new and perhaps highly significant fact was observed.* Actually the fact had been staring everyone in the face for several decades; but nobody [in the general public], as it happened, had noticed it until a Young English psychiatrist, at present working in Canada, was struck by the close similarity, in chemical composition, between mescalin and adrenalin. Further research revealed that lysergic acid, an extremely potent hallucinogen derived from ergot, has a structural biochemical relationship to the others. Then came the discovery that adrenochrome, which is a product of the decomposition of adrenalin, can produce many of the symptoms observed in mescalin intoxication. But adrenochrome probably occurs spontaneously in the human body. In other words, each one of us may be capable of manufacturing a chemical, minute doses of which are known to cause Profound changes in consciousness. Certain of these changes are similar to those which occur in that most characteristic plague of the twentieth century, schizophrenia. Is the mental disorder due to a chemical disorder? And is the chemical disorder due, in its turn, to psychological distresses affecting the adrenals? It would be rash and premature to affirm it. The most we can say is that some kind of a prima facie case has been made out. Meanwhile the clue is being systematically followed, the sleuths – biochemists , psychiatrists, psychologists – are on the trail.

  2. Ella Marie says

    Kalimera kai kalo mina!
    As my mother said, “Protofanes kyr Manolaki mou!”
    The only section that the mummy read was the one describing ascension to the throne. Improbable even w successful removal of Orange. But hardly the case w the beyond-compromised kimismeno and gkamila.

    On a lighter note, don’t forget to don your Marti, the original sunscreen!

  3. Chicken Little: “The sky is falling! The sky is falling!”

  4. No brainer this would happen. Worst is yet to come!

  5. Check out this video of Biden speaking in Houston a few days ago:

    Prez B ain’t well. He makes Reagan in 1988 look like a sharp-minded theoretical physicist.

  6. Jacob Lee says

    The US Government serves only at the will of the people. They got a rude awakening on the sixth day of January 2021 and have been pissed ever since. I will forever celebrate Jan 6th as Sticks and flags day. When a massive crowd comes with sticks and flags there is nothing you can do to stop them.

    • cynthia curran says

      I was never a Biden fan. In fact I thought he would do not much of anything that I really liked. That being said I think the Dems with the media have cast the Republicans as the villains’. I know there on some nuts on the republican side, but there is sure some on the Dem side from all the activity last summer.

  7. Austin Martin says

    Father Trump absolutely will not be the nominee in 2024, nor does he need to pretend he will be. Obviously voting no longer works, and even if it did, they’re about to give millions upon millions of potential Democrat peasants voting rights. Furthermore, all that aside, the social media infrastructure that allowed him to win the first time no longer exists.

    The mythos of Papa Trump needs to be of a tragic hero. Him showing up at CPAC and saying a bunch of gibberish about how we are still winning is only hurting America. Everyone needs to realize that this is no longer our country, and “our” government is a sadistic and illegitimate occupational power.

    Even if Trump did have a path to victory in 2024, his time has passed. He’s a burnt out star, and we will be better served by his memory than by anything he could offer in the future. Look at how he sold out his own supporters after the capitol storm. A man can only be beaten down so much, and I try not to judge him, but he needs to take a plane to Russia and disappear. Or just go golfing in Florida with strippers.

    The Democrats don’t regret Biden in the normal sense you would regret voting, because no one actually wanted Biden. They voted for him because there was no one viable in the primaries and because they hated Trump. They knew exactly what they were getting, and the only surprise is that Kamala isn’t already president.

  8. Austin Martin says

    As for said “fracas” on January 6th, I hope it happens every four years like the Olympics. That was the most American day in any of our memories. For the oligarchs, it truly was their 9/11.

    • George Michalopulos says

      And the funny thing about it all, Austin, is that it wasn’t all that violent. If just a couple hundred (more or less) had broken off from the crowd had joined them, then maybe it would have become a revolution.

      • cynthia curran says

        It was a small group that planted pipe bombs. You had the same thing happen in Portland. Plus, the so-called 5 deaths, Three were Trump supporters that died because of health reasons or the crowd ran over one person. The left wing media is now saying that 4 militia groups plotted to killed the politicians.

  9. Seraphim says

    I have nothing personal against Trump. I wish he was still in the White House. But I feel like we need someone else, new blood. I am increasingly on the DeSantis train. And after seeing Rep. Byron Donalds little speech to the media earlier, he might make a good vp. I think DeSantis has all the guts of Trump but less drama and a more articulate nature. If Trump is willing to come out for him and encourage his base to do the same, I think he’s got a shot. Just my opinion.

    • George Michalopulos says

      DeSantis/Noem looks perfectly doable. But let’s be honest, until the Corporate Media is completely demolished and discredited, whoever is the next GOP president* will be toast from Day 1.

      *My thesis has been that Biden will open up the floodgates of immigration and thus overwhelm the white majority. However, the Left is so blindingly inept that it’s impossible to predict the future. I fully believe that there are so many trajectories that even the best-laid plans of the Oligarchy will spin out of control. All I can say for sure is that Balkanization is in the offing. How violent it will be is hard to say.

      • Seraphim says

        I don’t think DeSantis would be toast if he got in. I think he’s shown he can hold his own with these media clowns.

        • Please no, we need DeSantis right where he is in Florida. Even with Florida Man, Florida is a haven of sanity and freedom. Ok, maybe Florida Man is a hallmark of freedom, and r/peopleofwalmart.

        • George Michalopulos says

          Seraphim, when I should have clarified: when I say “toast” I don’t mean politically dead. I just meant that the Corporate Media is rabidly dishonest and will make any GOP governance tedious at best and seditious at worst.

          Consider how they’re running interference for [insert any Dem officeholder here]. Whether it’s Newsom, Cuomo or Sleepy Joe, they act as stenographers. (The late, great Rush Limbaugh called them that as well as “butt-boys”.) On the other hand, we wasted three solid years trying to take down Trump over a vapid conspiracy theory.

          That’s all I’m saying.

          Solution? Only this: things have to get so bad so quickly for the nation and the Corporate Media that then next GOP president is going to have to get the six CEOs and read them the riot act before he takes office.

          • Trump has figured out how he was beaten and what he needs to do to strike a comeback. Trump wasn’t defeated by the Dems. He was defeated by the Republican Establishment. He realized after the 6th that it was Barzini all along.

            The Steal was approved by the GOP Elite. That’s why they could get away with the obvious and make the lie pervasive: much of the Republican Party colluded. Consider that the Dems were careful to limit the cheating to only affect the presidential contest, not down ballot races. That was the Deal of the Steal: Republicans like McConnell would not acquiesce to Republican loses through cheating other than that of Trump. Repub Elites like Cheney, McConnell, et al., wanted Trump gone as much as the Dems.

            So now Trump knows exactly who his enemies are and intends to primary as many as possible. He never understood that he had to have his own house in order to prevail or even avoid contempt.

            They must fear you to respect you. It’s primal. It’s not enough to be loved by the crowds. They despise the crowds as much as the Dems. You have to end the careers of your enemies. If he fully understands now, he won’t make that mistake again and will own the Republican Party root and branch. He’s got to hit the five families hard and then he’ll truly be the don.

            • George Michalopulos says

              I agree with you Misha. Your insight re the GOP not losing the down-ballot races makes perfect sense (in retrospect).

              “It was Barzini all along”, I love it! Having said that, I think he knew it was Barzini all along. That’s why he did 13 mass rallys in the 72 hours before Nov 3. He was trying to overwhelm the known fraud that he knew was coming.

              As to the other thing, after watching Trump’s triumphal CPAC speech, I came to the realization that Trump now owns the GOP. And that he and the GOP have come to an agreement: he will help them retake the House and Senate and they will give him the nomination in 2024.

              It’s so blindingly obvious now.

              So how did Trump get them to agree to his terms? I believe two things happened: first, he cleverly floated the idea of a third party –that made them sweat. Second, I believe that as POTUS, he had access to a lot of files, photos, and intel, and that he took it all with him.

              I also believe that the contrary to the shenanigans of the GOP/Dem Deep State, in which they hoped to degrade Trump’s brand following his “defeat”, that the exact opposite happened. He’s now more popular than ever. Also, the Capitol Hill thing really scared them. (I wonder what’s on all those lap-tops that were stolen?)

              Remember, knowledge is power.

              There are intangibles however. No one expected Biden’s popularity to swirl down the toilet as fast as it has. It took Nixon two years to be driven from office, Biden’s days are now being numbered in the weeks. After the other day’s disastrous press conference, it’s only a matter of time before the 25th Amendment is activated. Worse for the Dems, Harris has zero constituency within the Dem party.

              • George,

                He still has to deal with the RINO’s decisively, but he has consolidated power remarkably well. McConnell did a 180 and said he’d support Trump if he were the 2024 nominee. Others have also backed down (Nikki Haley, for one). I’m not sure, however, Trump realized how deep the Republican Elites had betrayed him until the “riot” and its aftermath. In retrospect, it was obviously a setup and required the agreement of McConnell and other RINO’s to be tagged to Trump. At that point he must have begun wondering if the Never-Trumpers actually colluded to arrange his removal yet preserve Republican gains. It’s the dog that didn’t bark.

                I had not thought there was an actual prior agreement between the GOP Elite and the Dems regarding suppression of election fraud. But that is really the only thing that explains all subsequent developments and the complete characterization of the accusations as marginal and frivolous. Had anyone but Trump been impacted, Fox and even the MSM would be reporting about the details. All hell would break loose were it not for bipartisan dismissal of the factual mountain. In fact, it never would have happened because the Dems could not have afforded the risk of exposure unless they knew the GOP Establishment would stand down. Normally, Republicans would not and could not allow such massive widespread voter fraud to go unchallenged and remain a major party. And they would not have were it not for the mysterious fact that down ballot races were unaffected. The scandal of the fix was really Republican acquiescence and tacit support.

                And you are right, it is swirling down the toilet for China Joe. He is obviously losing it to the point they cut him off before he can take questions. That can’t last very long. The Dems even want to take the nuclear football away from him. Kamala will end up president sooner rather than later. This will further strengthen the Red Wall of Resistance which is taking shape in red states.

                The only good part, if I’m right, is that there will be future contested elections since the GOP was only willfully, selectively blind re one presidential race rather than being totally negligent regarding election fraud in general. They would not have let that happen to Romney, for instance. But that’s also why the GOP Elite are not freaking out about never winning another election. They already know it was an isolated fix.

                • “It’s the dog that didn’t bark.”

                  The Supreme Court (most of them) didn’t bark either.

            • Who sleeps with the fishes?

              • Cuomo

                • As someone who comes from a good conservative Italian family, I have no idea how we got stuck with the likes Cuomo, DeBlasio, Pelosi. What a bunch of jabroni’s

                  • George Michalopulos says

                    Yeah, you guys work on getting rid of them and I’ll try to get rid of the Sarbanes, Podestas and the like on our end.

                    • Well, the Podestas are only Greek on their mother’s side, while the other half is Italian, so let’s have Petros take the hit for them, too. Sarbanes I can deal with.

      • Agreed. I think they will be a good duo, but, it wont happen. The Dems now have their strategy with ballot stuffing en-masse, there will magically be a huge spike in the Dem candidate in the wee hours of the morning. We are well on our way to being a one-party state on the federal level. My hunch is that they will start doing this on the state level as well. Take your home state of Oklahoma where every county voted GOP, I can almost guarantee you when a Dem starts to challenge a Repub, the Dem will “miraculously” win.

        If voting isn’t fixed then it doesn’t matter who runs against the Democrats, they won’t win.

        • George Michalopulos says

          Of course. However, I’m not saying that voting will not continue to be corrupt, only that the sheer magnitude of the crapitude of america as a one-party nation ( a la California) will not be sustainable.

          Hence, expect the unexpected.

  10. George Michalopulos says
  11. George Michalopulos says

    I’m not sure when things are going to explode, but it’s clear that not even liberals are safe from the juvenile Red Guards:

  12. Michael Bauman says

    The cancel culture is a culture of shame. It is not that far removed from Medieval Japanese culture and the art of Sepukku. As our politics become more authoritarian can the equivalent of the Emperor ordering self-killing be far behind.

    As I read the self-abasing “apologies” of those who choose to have an independent thought, that is what I am seeing. No actual death yet of which I am aware, but not that far from it.
    Jesus Christ abolishes shame if we allow Him to.

    Indeed all modern politics/culture/historiography is an expression of shame. Pride is not the opposite of shame, it is an attempt to reform shame by displaying the shameful behavior. Due to shame we wallow in our sinfulness.

    Shame vanishes when we truly pray the Jesus Prayer. Oh, it still lurks around the edges ready to attack at any moment but repentance leaches its power gradually.

    The ideologies that seek to destroy humanity live in my own heart, not just in the Biden supporters and enablers.

    Lord, Jesus Christ have mercy on me, the(a) sinner

  13. George Michalopulos says

    I’m wondering if we should start a pool? Like when will the 25th Amendment be invoked?

  14. George Michalopulos says

    War drums are beating…

    I hope all you people who voted for Biden are happy. (Not that there were anywhere near the amount that supposedly voted for him.)

    • Gail Sheppard says

      The onus is not really on them. They were tricked by the mainstream media and we completely underestimated the left’s willingness to lie, cheat and steal to get what they want. The corruption that is now coming to the fore is unprecedented in my mind. Our agencies (FBI, CIA, Secretaries of State, SCOTUS) have failed us. But you know what? Had this not happened we would continue to be in the dark. We now see these people for who they are and you can’t fight who you can’t see.

    • I don’t think that they have the stomach for it. Chess moves is just chess moves.

      Look at how the Houthis are wrecking Saudi Arabia in Yemen, despite the latter being armed to the teeth with all manner of US-manufactured equipment. The Houthis are literally running around in sandals.

      Iran, on the other hand, has a massive and well-prepared military machine, not to mention their worldwide assets. Attacking them will have very, very bad results. I don’t think that the Europeans will be willing to help out, either, since they invited a whole lot of Fifth Columnists, sorry Muslims, into their countries a while back.

      • George Michalopulos says

        Basil, all of which you right is correct. However it’s beside the point. Our Establishment thinks it can win wars, but the saner heads of our military knows we can’t. The trouble is, how many of the “saner heads” are in the War Colleges?

        I just read a very depressing report about the woke indoctrination that is being forced down the throats of our cadets at West Point. Sad.

        Also, thanks to “diversity”, the bell curve of our officer class has shifted 10 points to the left. Not good.

        Meanwhile we’re retrofitting cockpits so as to better accommodate pregnant women. The Chinese are laughing all the way to the bank.

  15. “Meanwhile we’re retrofitting cockpits so as
    to better accommodate pregnant women.”

    They’ve been watching Vikings on [where else] Amazon
    and think it’s real…

  16. Anonymous II says

    So, it looks like boxer Marvelous Marvin Hagler was killed by the ‘vaccine,’ too.

    Mark this next to Hank Aaron.

    Just don’t mention these things publicly.

    Might get you fired from work, suspended from social media, or, disciplined by your bishop.

  17. George Michalopulos says
  18. Michael Bauman says

    Eugene Ionesco had the perfect response to our current situation in his 1950 play: The Bald Soprano.

    Biden and gang make that play seem logical.

  19. George Michalopulos says

    File this one under “Rules for Thee, But not for Me”:

    John Kerry has a carbon footprint the size of Godzilla.

  20. Here is a strange (13 sec) video of Joe Biden.
    Look at his outline in relation to the background.
    Look at his hands from the 8 second mark onwards.
    Something is not right here…

    • It could be an edit to discredit him (although he does that himself, to be honest).

      Otherwise, it is very peculiar.

      • Here’s a Bloomberg video of Biden in a room with flags,
        except he is not in the room with the flags.
        He is superimposed upon the background.
        They are faking it. Why?

        • Gail Sheppard says

          They are faking many people these days.

          • Perhaps. But we are still left with the question.
            And with Biden’s ‘condition’, surely it is a matter of concern,
            particularly now the war of words with Russia is being ramped up?

        • Maybe Biden is fake and the MSM just retconned him into existence.

          If he’s real, he’s probably in Kamala’s basement.

          • Gail Sheppard says

            He’s real to the degree they want him to be real. At some point, they’re going to take him out using the 25th Amendment. It wouldn’t surprise me if Biden is being played by an actor who can fall “up” stairs, for example. There is clearly something off about all this. The other day they signed a piece of legislation in the Rose Garden only they weren’t in the Rose Garden. I wonder if they’re even in D.C.

            Take a look at this and tell me what you think. (In spite of the graphic, it’s not about Q.)

  21. George Michalopulos says

    Well, we just got rolled by the Chinese:

    I imagine that this won’t be the first time that the Biden regime bends over and grabs the ankles.

    • This happened here in Anchorage and I had no idea it was going on, not a lot of buzz about it here I guess. But, agreed, Biden and team got their butts handed to them and China is probably giddy over it.

  22. George Michalopulos says

    File this one under: “Somebody Owes Gail an Apology Yet Again.: Or, “She Was Right about the Covid Hysteria all along”

    This brave doctor, Vladimir Zelenko, who is on chemotherapy and has only one lung, has treated hundreds of patients for the China virus with a cocktail of existing drugs. And (drum-roll please): he never wore a mask during the entire pandemic.

  23. George Michalopulos says

    Another reason to disbelieve the COVID/vaccine mythology:

    Gail, dear, if we had a nickel for every criticism leveled against you for your skepticism (and every apology you deserve), we’d be rich.

    • Gail Sheppard says

      Alas, the world doesn’t think much of my revelations. If they did, we’d have received more than 3 donations!!! Don’t quit your day job, my dear. This has got to continue to be a labor of love on our part!