Joe Biden is really really skilled at spoiling good things. Now he’s ending one of the few White House traditions that is actually worth a dang.
News sources are reporting that Biden is canceling the annual White House tradition of trick or treating at the White House.
While I ordinarily would support anything that keeps Joe Biden away from schoolchildren, I have to think there is something else at play here. Remember, just days ago, he visited kids at a preschool, and cameras caught the kids ignoring him in a generally awkward scene. Not only that, Joe rambled on to the kids about dodging questions from the press, something that the American public, if not the kids, should be very interested in.
It sure seems like Biden’s handlers have decided that Joe can’t keep it together enough to hold any events that aren’t totally prescripted. And you know what? They’re probably right.
Americans give Joe Biden a slap in the face: a whopping 61% think America is on the wrong track. Who the hell are the 39%? Polling company plants?
A Trump-endorsed candidate in Florida is leading the race to take Rep. Charlie Crist’s seat. Crist is running for Governor against Ron DeSantis – RIP Charlie.
A maskless congregant was manhandled, choked and assaulted by a massive group of churchgoers at the orders of the priest over his refusal to wear a mask.
Ron DeSantis says: “34 days ago, @FLSurgeonGen signed a rule that empowered FL parents, eliminated healthy quarantines & kept healthy kids in school. Now, FL has the lowest COVID rate in the nation, our schools had a 76% decrease in cases since the rule became effective & a 90% decrease since August.”
Break From Politics
The Oatmeal (Comic): Why I believe printers were sent from hell to make us miserable.
Tweet of the Day
Terry immediately regretting inviting the senile guy. pic.twitter.com/HBvgmkmSrO
— The Columbia Bugle 🇺🇸 (@ColumbiaBugle) October 27, 2021
Quote of the Day
Concentrate your energies, your thoughts and your capital. The wise man puts all his eggs in one basket and watches the basket. – Andrew Carnegie