NEWS ROUNDUP: DECEMBER 26th

Christmas is a great time to take a break from the harsh realities of the daily headlines, but today Independent Voter site Balladeer’s Blog dives back into current events with this latest news roundup.

biden gestapoFURTHER REVELATIONS ABOUT HOW THE FBI (Fuggedda Bout Integrity), the CIA AND OTHER GESTAPO-LIKE ORGANIZATIONS USED SOCIAL MEDIA TO CENSOR THE REST OF US. More HERE. And HERE.

SEVEN OF JOE BIDEN’S BIGGEST LIES OF 2022.

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL COUNSELOR SENTENCED TO TWENTY-FIVE YEARS FOR EXPLOITING UNDERAGE GIRLS. Democrats, can you please leave children alone?

SURVEY: MAJORITY OF AMERICANS FEEL THAT BIDEN’S DISASTROUS ECONOMY IS GETTING EVEN WORSE .

BIDEN REGIME FAILS TO PROPERLY HANDLE WINTER STORM, LEAVING MANY DEAD AND MILLIONS WITHOUT POWER. More HERE. If Biden’s predecessor was still in office this would be depicted as investigation-worthy.

CORRUPT YET SENILE JOE BIDEN AVOIDS CHRISTMAS PHONE CALLS THIS YEAR AFTER GETTING HUMILIATED WITH A “LET’S GO BRANDON” CALL LAST YEAR. The “burn heard ’round the world” still stings for the unfit and illegit career criminal Joe Biden.

omnibus billDEMOCRAT SENATOR COONS SAYS “I DON’T KNOW EXACTLY WHAT WAS IN OMNIBUS (BILL)” BUT I’M “PROUD TO SUPPORT IT.” We live in a world beyond political satire. The privileged white one-percenter Nancy Pelosi in the House of Representatives set us on this path long ago with her infamous remark “You have to pass the bill to see what’s in it.” 

Our own elected officials admit they had no time to read the 4,100-plus page bill they just voted on. Idiocracy is real.

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18 responses to “NEWS ROUNDUP: DECEMBER 26th

  1. Actually, I never took a break. Of course, I celebrated Christmas with family and have a Christmas special running until January 7 but I still reported on the realities because these people never sleep nor rest

  2. I have chosen to refrain stating most opinions regarding what I’ve read within these links because the sickness of these people stirs thoughts, that if put to words will ultimately result in language unbecoming of a lady [snicker]. I will keep it light: Although it may be a neat experience/warm & fuzzy thought for children to receive calls from the president, first of all, how is it chosen who gets the calls? Is it likened to a lottery or an election, is it possibly rigged? Does the president call land lines or use political powers to determine which cell phone numbers are associated with children in the home?
    Doesn’t a president have more pressing matters with which to address his time, i.e., consulting with his master minds to determine ways to not print trillions of dollars and give billions of that to other countries and include/allow frivolous spending each and every time? If this ship sinks it can save no one, including the passengers. Helping people of other countries may be good, if the monies helped the people and not the entirety or majority of it going to the powers that be. If a president thinks making calls is a tradition that merits cessation, I think it respectful that he just states so. Maybe we can have a fair vote on do we the people want the president to utilize his time speaking to our children about Santa Clause. However, breaking this tradition isn’t just respectfully not happening with this president. Whew.

    • Ha! I know what you mean. Even if we didn’t have a “selected, not elected” white-collar criminal in the White House, the budget process has become one big Mafia-style Bust Out operation by the political classes. And silly phone calls like this are the kinds of things that should be done by an official social activities figure in any administration, maybe the First Ladies by themselves.

      • Right, it’s absolutely (seemingly legalized) Mafia-style. That’s a good idea if it’s going to be done – by someone else receiving not as much of our monies. Calling “on behalf of the president and white house” may not have the same impact, but the wee ones somewhere are still getting a once-in-a-lifetime phonecall they will probably never forget.

      • You are right about all that.

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