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    Joe served in the national guard in 2015? Dude would be close to 70 years old at the time. LMAO.

    Oh, that's Beau Biden. What's that got to do with what I said about Biden voting for every war that came down the pike. We're talking about Joe, not Beau.
    President Biden personally knows the risks, sacrifices and emotions involved to have a son deployed in active military service in a hot war. When he acts as President, Biden's decisions are based upon experience.

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    President Biden personally knows the risks, sacrifices and emotions involved to have a son deployed in active military service in a hot war. When he acts as President his decisions are based upon experience.
    He also knows what it's like to have a son that's a fucking low-life, thieving scum-bucket. Does that make Joe one or an expert?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyCarpenter View Post
    He also knows what it's like to have a son that's a fucking low-life, thieving scum-bucket. Does that make Joe one or an expert?

    ... the son who you do not know, you never met,who you speak of so disrespectfully, was involved in a fatal car crash that killed his mother and sister. The crash severely cracked his skull and left him with traumatic brain injury.

    As President Biden has stated many times, he is very proud of his remaining son. Hunter Biden is the victim of a KGB disinformation plot to disparage his father in the hopes of gaining political advantage for the ex President.

    The US pro Trump media used this disinformation campaign to maintain interest amongst its viewers to boost ad revenues. These same media outlets are still peddling in these falsehoods to try and hang onto what is left of their rapidly diminishing base.

    America is tuning out of the these diatribes as evidenced by the once mighty Fox News opinion hosts rapidly falling from 1st to 3rd place in ratings. CNN is now in 1st place viewership and MSNBC in second place for the majority of Americans.

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    ... the son who you do not know, you never met,who you speak of so disrespectfully, was involved in a fatal car crash that killed his mother and sister. The crash severely cracked his skull and left him with traumatic brain injury.

    As President Biden has stated many times, he is very proud of his remaining son. Beau Biden is the victim of a KGB disinformation plot to disparage his father in the hopes of gaining political advantage for the ex President.

    The US pro Trump media used this disinformation campaign to maintain interest amongst its viewers to boost ad revenues. These same media outlets are still peddling in these falsehoods to try and hang onto what is left of their rapidly diminishing base.

    America is tuning out of the these diatribes as evidenced by the once mighty Fox News opinion hosts falling from 1st to 3rd place in ratings.
    Off your knees and wipe your mouth off. Yuck.

    Oh, BTW, idiot. I was speaking of Hunter Biden. Beau is dead you fool. Just be quiet. You don't know what you're talking about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyCarpenter View Post
    He also knows what it's like to have a son that's a fucking low-life, thieving scum-bucket. Does that make Joe one or an expert?

    You are in love with a recent former one term president with the same credentials. Does that make you an expert?

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    Transportation Secretary nominee Pete Buttigieg said Thursday that the Biden administration will look at "all relevant authorities" at its disposal toward a federal mask mandate on all forms of transportation, part of his confirmation hearing that could put the former South Bend, Indiana, mayor on the path to becoming the first Senate-confirmed LGBTQ Cabinet secretary.

    "We are prepared to make sure that we use all relevant authorities to enforce the President's executive order to ensure that across all modes of transportation, workers, passengers, commuters are protected," Buttigieg told Democratic Sen. Ed Markey of Massachusetts during his confirmation hearing before the Senate's Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee.

    Buttigeig will hold tremendous power within the Biden administration managing all aspects of travel within the USA including air travel. The Dept of Transportation will be responsible in handing out billions of $ in infrastructure improvement projects which all Senators and States will be vying for including Republican Senators.

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    The Biden West Wing


    The Biden West Wing - YouTube


    Here is The West Wing theme with the incoming Biden Administration.

    They are: (and their corresponding actors for those not familiar with the titles):

    Kate Bedingfield - Communications Director (Toby Ziegler)
    Jill Biden -First Lady (Abby Bartlet/Helen Santos)
    Kamala Harris - Vice President (Hoynes/Russel)
    Ron Klain - Chief of Staff (Leo McGarry)
    Jen O’Malley Dillon - Deputy Chief of Staff (Josh Lyman)
    Jen Psaki - Press Secretary (CJ Cregg)
    Pili Tobar - Deputy Communications Director (Sam Seaborn/Will Bailey)
    Joe Biden - President (Jed Bartlet/Matt Santos)

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    Liberal democrats show their true colors.


    ‘We feel incredibly betrayed’: Thousands of Guardsmen forced to vacate Capitol



    Thousands of National Guardsmen were allowed back into the Capitol Thursday night, hours after U.S. Capitol Police officials ordered them to vacate the facilities, sending them outdoors or to nearby parking garages after two weeks pulling security duty after the deadly riot on Jan. 6.
    One unit, which had been resting in the Dirksen Senate Office building, was abruptly told to vacate the facility on Thursday, according to one Guardsman. The group was forced to rest in a nearby parking garage without internet reception, with just one electrical outlet, and one bathroom with two stalls for 5,000 troops, the person said. Temperatures in Washington were in the low 40s by nightfall.


    “Yesterday dozens of senators and congressmen walked down our lines taking photos, shaking our hands and thanking us for our service. Within 24 hours, they had no further use for us and banished us to the corner of a parking garage. We feel incredibly betrayed,” the Guardsman said.


    ll National Guard troops were told to vacate the Capitol and nearby congressional buildings on Thursday, and to set up mobile command centers outside or in nearby hotels, another Guardsman confirmed. They were told to take their rest breaks during their 12-hour shifts outside and in parking garages, the person said.

    Top lawmakers from both parties took to Twitter to decry the decision and call for answers after POLITICO first reported the news Thursday night, with some even offering their offices to be used as rest areas. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) tweeted: “If this is true, it's outrageous. I will get to the bottom of this.” And Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) noted that the Capitol complex remains closed to members of the public, “so there’s plenty of room for troops to take a break in them.”

    By 10 p.m., Sen. Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.) said the situation was “being resolved” and that the Guardsmen would be able to return indoors later in the night.


    “Just made a number of calls and have been informed Capitol Police have apologized to the Guardsmen and they will be allowed back into the complex tonight,” added Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-Ill.), who lost both of her legs in combat. “I’ll keep checking to make sure they are.”

    A Guard source confirmed late Thursday night that all troops in the parking garages were ordered to return inside the Capitol.

    Brig. Gen. Janeen Birckhead, the Guard’s Inauguration Task Force commander, confirmed in a statement to POLITICO shortly after midnight that the troops were out of the garage and back into the Capitol building as authorized by the Capitol Police Watch Commander. They will take their breaks near Emancipation Hall going forward.
    In a statement, Capitol Police spokesperson Eva Malecki said the department recently asked that troops’ shifts be reduced from 12 hours to eight in order to allow for additional rest hours away from the Capitol complex. The statement did not explain why the Guardsmen were forced into parking garages.

    On Friday morning, Capitol Police Chief Yogananda Pittman insisted in a statement that the department “did not instruct the National Guard to vacate the Capitol Building facilities.”

    “The Department is also working with the Guard to reduce the need for sleeping accommodations by establishing shorter shifts, and will ensure they have access to the comfortable accommodations they absolutely deserve when the need arises,” Pittman added.

    Guardsmen who spoke with POLITICO were not given a clear reason why they were asked to vacate the buildings. The first Guardsman said it may have been due to a complaint that some troops were not wearing masks, but denied that was the case.

    “We have strict guidance that masks are to be worn at all times unless soldiers are eating and drinking,” the Guardsman said.
    Capitol Police asked troops to move their rest area on Thursday, said Guard spokesperson Maj. Matt Murphy.

    “As Congress is in session and increased foot traffic and business is being conducted, Capitol Police asked the troops to move their rest area,” Murphy said. “They were temporarily relocated to the Thurgood Marshall Judicial Center garage with heat and restroom facilities. We remain an agile and flexible force to provide for the safety and security of the Capitol and its surrounding areas.”

    Guard leadership did not make the decision and are “doing their best to provide rest shelter for troops who are still on 12-hour shifts protecting the Capitol and congressional grounds,” the second Guardsman said.

    “There really may be an important reason for us to vacate and it just hasn’t been well communicated yet,” the second Guardsman said.
    The troops are particularly concerned about being packed in tight quarters with limited bathroom access during a pandemic. At least 100 Guardsmen have tested positive for Covid-19, according to two Guardsmen. Some are quarantining in hotels.

    A spokesperson previously declined to provide a specific number for troops who have tested positive for the virus.
    After images went viral last week of troops sleeping on the floor in the halls of Congress, Guardsmen protecting the Capitol were initially provided cots, POLITICO first reported.
    Thousands of troops have already left Washington after around 25,000 were called to D.C. to help defend it from potential threats ahead of President Joe Biden’s inauguration on Wednesday.












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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyCarpenter View Post
    Off your knees and wipe your mouth off. Yuck.

    Oh, BTW, idiot. I was speaking of Hunter Biden. Beau is dead you fool. Just be quiet. You don't know what you're talking about.
    I don't think SSG knows what the fuck he is talking about Beau is the dead son.... Hunter is the lying ... coke snorting ... stripper fucker and then he tries to weasel out of paying child support! We all knew the Biden family scammed the system and got rich from it.

    BTW SSG, the reason for the drop in Faux News ratings is because that shat on Trump... hired tons of liberal/socialists to put on air... fired the conservative few...
    The Murdick brothers have taken Rupert's legacy and have thrown it in the shitter, so the viewers have done the same and walked away from them. Frankly I don';t see what took them soo long to do it, I cut the Faux News cord back in 2017.

    Can't wait to see what the 1st month of Joe and the Ho's reign will look like, wonder if they still will be praising Sniffer!?

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    Liberal democrats show their true colors.


    ‘We feel incredibly betrayed’: Thousands of Guardsmen forced to vacate Capitol



    Thousands of National Guardsmen were allowed back into the Capitol Thursday night, hours after U.S. Capitol Police officials ordered them to vacate the facilities, sending them outdoors or to nearby parking garages after two weeks pulling security duty after the deadly riot on Jan. 6.
    One unit, which had been resting in the Dirksen Senate Office building, was abruptly told to vacate the facility on Thursday, according to one Guardsman. The group was forced to rest in a nearby parking garage without internet reception, with just one electrical outlet, and one bathroom with two stalls for 5,000 troops, the person said. Temperatures in Washington were in the low 40s by nightfall.


    “Yesterday dozens of senators and congressmen walked down our lines taking photos, shaking our hands and thanking us for our service. Within 24 hours, they had no further use for us and banished us to the corner of a parking garage. We feel incredibly betrayed,” the Guardsman said.


    ll National Guard troops were told to vacate the Capitol and nearby congressional buildings on Thursday, and to set up mobile command centers outside or in nearby hotels, another Guardsman confirmed. They were told to take their rest breaks during their 12-hour shifts outside and in parking garages, the person said.

    Top lawmakers from both parties took to Twitter to decry the decision and call for answers after POLITICO first reported the news Thursday night, with some even offering their offices to be used as rest areas. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) tweeted: “If this is true, it's outrageous. I will get to the bottom of this.” And Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) noted that the Capitol complex remains closed to members of the public, “so there’s plenty of room for troops to take a break in them.”

    By 10 p.m., Sen. Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.) said the situation was “being resolved” and that the Guardsmen would be able to return indoors later in the night.


    “Just made a number of calls and have been informed Capitol Police have apologized to the Guardsmen and they will be allowed back into the complex tonight,” added Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-Ill.), who lost both of her legs in combat. “I’ll keep checking to make sure they are.”

    A Guard source confirmed late Thursday night that all troops in the parking garages were ordered to return inside the Capitol.

    Brig. Gen. Janeen Birckhead, the Guard’s Inauguration Task Force commander, confirmed in a statement to POLITICO shortly after midnight that the troops were out of the garage and back into the Capitol building as authorized by the Capitol Police Watch Commander. They will take their breaks near Emancipation Hall going forward.
    In a statement, Capitol Police spokesperson Eva Malecki said the department recently asked that troops’ shifts be reduced from 12 hours to eight in order to allow for additional rest hours away from the Capitol complex. The statement did not explain why the Guardsmen were forced into parking garages.

    On Friday morning, Capitol Police Chief Yogananda Pittman insisted in a statement that the department “did not instruct the National Guard to vacate the Capitol Building facilities.”

    “The Department is also working with the Guard to reduce the need for sleeping accommodations by establishing shorter shifts, and will ensure they have access to the comfortable accommodations they absolutely deserve when the need arises,” Pittman added.

    Guardsmen who spoke with POLITICO were not given a clear reason why they were asked to vacate the buildings. The first Guardsman said it may have been due to a complaint that some troops were not wearing masks, but denied that was the case.

    “We have strict guidance that masks are to be worn at all times unless soldiers are eating and drinking,” the Guardsman said.
    Capitol Police asked troops to move their rest area on Thursday, said Guard spokesperson Maj. Matt Murphy.

    “As Congress is in session and increased foot traffic and business is being conducted, Capitol Police asked the troops to move their rest area,” Murphy said. “They were temporarily relocated to the Thurgood Marshall Judicial Center garage with heat and restroom facilities. We remain an agile and flexible force to provide for the safety and security of the Capitol and its surrounding areas.”

    Guard leadership did not make the decision and are “doing their best to provide rest shelter for troops who are still on 12-hour shifts protecting the Capitol and congressional grounds,” the second Guardsman said.

    “There really may be an important reason for us to vacate and it just hasn’t been well communicated yet,” the second Guardsman said.
    The troops are particularly concerned about being packed in tight quarters with limited bathroom access during a pandemic. At least 100 Guardsmen have tested positive for Covid-19, according to two Guardsmen. Some are quarantining in hotels.

    A spokesperson previously declined to provide a specific number for troops who have tested positive for the virus.
    After images went viral last week of troops sleeping on the floor in the halls of Congress, Guardsmen protecting the Capitol were initially provided cots, POLITICO first reported.
    Thousands of troops have already left Washington after around 25,000 were called to D.C. to help defend it from potential threats ahead of President Joe Biden’s inauguration on Wednesday.












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    When Democratic and Republican Senators and Congressmen learned that National Guard troops were being temporarily housed in a parking garage they were appalled. They made their feelings known to the Capitol Police Dept who made this unfortunate temporary housing decision. Those remaining troops are now relocated to more comfortable living conditions. Most troops should return home within days.

    ... it is worth remembering that none of these troops would have been in this situation if the ex President did not incite a riotous attack on Jan 6th. Congress plans to present to the Senate documents of impeachment this Monday.

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