Biden’s Sick Lie About Jill – John Kerry FIRING Announcement – Russia Hoax Truth Comes Out

1) Joe Biden just lied about his house burning with Jill Biden in it. It’s just bizarre how low he’ll go.

President Biden said last week that his house burned down with his wife Jill Biden inside before trying to correct himself, adding to a long list of personal stories he’s embellished over the years.

Speaking on a New Hampshire bridge on Tuesday about his bipartisan infrastructure plan, Biden said, “Without this bridge, as I said earlier, it’s a 10-mile detour just to get to the other side. And I know, having had a house burn down with my wife in it — she got out safely, God willing — that having a significant portion of it burn, I can tell: 10 minutes makes a hell of a difference.”

Read the full story here.

2) John Kerry FIRING announcement – time to go John.

It’s time for President Biden to fire his “climate guy.” David Keene writes:

That’s how John Kerry described himself last week at what even C.B.S. News called a “failed” international climate summit in Glasgow. The undistinguished former Senator and presidential wannabe said the Communist Chinese’s slave labor to manufacture everything from tennis shoes to solar panels that ship to the United States is “not in his lane.” Although the President has said Beijing is guilty of genocide and current Secretary of State Tony Blinken agrees, Mr. Kerry can’t be bothered by mass arrests, slave labor and concentration camps where hundreds of thousands of Chinese are tortured by their government.

Mr. Kerry, the president’s “Special Envoy for Climate,” like many of today’s progressives, considers climate change an existential threat to the planet and, presumably, to those of us who live on it. In their minds, the danger seems to justify totalitarian measures at home and to turn a blind eye to atrocities reminiscent of Nazi atrocities in an earlier era so long as perpetrators will sit down with Mr. Kerry and his various assistants to the problem.

Read the full story at the Washington Times.

3) The media wasn’t fooled by the Russia hoax – they were part of it.

The corrupt media did not fall for the Russia collusion hoax. They were part of it.

How else to explain the scathing email Jake Tapper sent BuzzFeed editor Ben Smith after the latter published the dossier? “I think your move makes the story less serious and credible[.] I think you damaged its impact,” the CNN anchor wrote.

On that point at least, Tapper was correct. The actual dossier—as opposed to select excerpts or word-smithed summaries pushed by the anti-Trump press—“was a laughably fake document.” When the public saw the “source,” they didn’t buy it, and, really, neither did the press.

For all corporate media’s ex post facto efforts to rationalize why they “fell” for the dossier, only one holds true: They didn’t like Trump, personally or politically.

Read the full story at the Federalist.