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Spoiler Alert: Longer blog today because of internet issues experienced yesterday.
Look Into Your Heart, MAGAts and Check Your ‘Moral Conscience’:
Tweets of the Day:
Join News Views for a Live Discussion on the ‘Dynamic Duo’s’ Campaign Rally in Philadelphia.
More tapes of Bob Woodward’s 2020 interviews with TFG:
President Biden/Biden Administration:
2022 Midterm Elections:
Update on Herschel Walker’s Non Comparable Resumé to President Obama’s:
The Worst and Stupidest People in the World:
MAGAt Inspired Domestic Violence:
How To Trigger an Illiterate, Ignorant, Malignant, Racist, and ‘Fullish’ MAGAt: No, Joe. Kyrie did not ‘save’ the NBA. ‘How funny is that?’
TFG and His Orbit:
Dog, Help Us All!:
Jury finds Trump friend Tom Barrack not guilty of foreign lobbying and lying to FBI
Barrack, 75, was charged with acting as unregistered foreign agent of the United Arab Emirates, obstruction of justice and making false statements to the FBI.
Joe Manchin Feels Lonely Again:
Joe Manchin condemns Biden’s “offensive” coal plant remarks
Manchin Wants Deal on Debt, Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid
West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin said Thursday that Congress needs to deal with the nation’s “crippling debt” by making changes to shore up Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid and other programs he said are “going bankrupt.”
Manchin said at a Fortune CEO conference he’d like to see bipartisan legislation over the next two years to deal with entitlement programs, which he said are facing “tremendous problems.” Some of the trust funds that help support the programs could run out of money in the next 12 years, which would trigger cuts to benefits.