#BidenLied - buyer's remorse sets in

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AMERICAN NEWS Apr 29, 2021 1:02 PM EST

BREAKING: Joe Biden's address to congress was a ratings DISASTER

Early numbers show only 11.6 million people tuned into Biden's speech to Congress on Wednesday night, way down from similar speeches by ex-president Trump.
 

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This one part in particular caught my attention in this article

Biden administration may outsource its domestic surveillance of US citizens to private firms

These firms would monitor "extremist chatter" among Americans online and they would not need to get a warrant before beginning their surveillance.

However, Biden Attorney General Merrick Garland differentiated between Antifa's actions over the summer of 2020 and the one-day Capitol riot of Jan. 6, saying that violence against federal property in Portland was not domestic terrorism, while violence against federal property in Washington, DC, was.
 
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here is the real russian collusion:

AMERICA LAST: Biden Shuts Down Keystone Pipeline in US — But Waives Sanctions for Putin’s Pipeline to Germany​

 

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May 24, 2021

Preference or Prejudice? Federal Court Finds Biden Administration Is Engaged In Racial and Gender Discrimination


Below is my column in The Hill on the recent decision of a federal judge that the Biden Administration was engaged in racial and gender discrimination in the administration of the pandemic relief under the American Rescue Plan Act. It is a question that is now being raised in a variety of federal programs under the Biden Administration.

President Biden has spoken out often, eloquently and passionately against the “ugly poison” of discrimination and racism in our government. So a ruling by a federal district court in Texas this week was particularly jarring: Judge Reed O’Connor found that the Biden administration engaged in systemic gender and race discrimination to implement COVID-19 relief for American restaurants. Café owner Philip Greer had claimed in a lawsuit against the Small Business Administration (SBA) that, while white, he needs the same rescue as minority restaurateurs under the newly enacted American Rescue Plan Act.
Greer’s Ranch Café reportedly lost over $100,000 during the pandemic. Like many restaurateurs, Greer was delighted to hear about the Restaurant Restoration Fund approved by Congress. However, he soon learned that, due to his race, he could not be considered until other applicants were allowed to seek funds. The White House and the Democratic-controlled Congress insisted that various groups should be first in line, including women, minorities and “socially and economically disadvantaged” people.
The government confirmed that $2.7 billion already has been distributed through the fund and that there are almost 150,000 pending applications from owners with preferential treatment. As a result, owners like Greer fear not just delayed payments but the exhaustion of the $28.6 billion allocated under the program. The SBA confirms it already has requests for $65 billion in payments under the fund.
The Biden administration agreed that such classifications, particularly based on race, must satisfy the highest constitutional burden of “strict scrutiny.” That means such classifications are unconstitutional unless they are “narrowly tailored” to serve a “compelling governmental interest.” However, the Justice Department cited studies that women and minorities historically have fewer lender resources and, before the pandemic, often were less likely to receive credit. There is ample support for that claim. The legal question is whether historical disparities are enough to justify a system of race and gender preferences when all restaurants were impacted by the pandemic.....Much more