Couple married for 66 years hug and won't let go as they're reunited after 100 days apart:— Daily Mail U.K. (@DailyMailUK) October 27, 2021
+ 'He held me tight and said he'd never leave me again'
READ MORE: https://t.co/YwybizJkOf pic.twitter.com/atYVa1XyDn
Wednesday, October 27, 2021
Reminder: President Trump was cutting regulations and red tape.
Instead of costing the public about $139 billion a year to comply with over 9,000 rules and requirements, the price tag could be $423 billion or higher.— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) October 27, 2021
"If it seems that Americans face a monumental level of government paperwork, it’s because we do."https://t.co/vwr2EEHe2d
OUR VIEW:— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) October 27, 2021
The appeal of Biden’s candidacy in 2020 (to those who found it appealing) was that he would return America to normality. He was supposedly going to restore competence and common sense to the government.
But he has brought neither.https://t.co/24age4ZWoK
These are the kinds of survey results that give an "in" party heartburn, writes Ron Faucheux.— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) October 27, 2021
"The best possible advice to both sides is advice they won’t take: Forget politics and focus on governing. As we see in the numbers, voters are restless."https://t.co/yv9RdlHljv
Big Tech continues to openly brag about how much content they've censored and suppressed. https://t.co/VP7B79K8cO— NewsBusters (@newsbusters) October 27, 2021
Future generations are going to look back at our time in astonishment at how tyranny could spread so quickly.— PeterSweden (@PeterSweden7) October 27, 2021
Opinion💭by @RikkiSchlott— Epoch Times Opinion (@EpochOpinion) October 27, 2021
I can’t escape #COVID restrictions. With time, the precautions have made less and less sense.
The public attitude toward the #Pandemic has been a deference to authority. Restrictions are unquestioned—no matter how contrived. https://t.co/3uih9nN1Zd
Perverse public health messaging, cruel & isolating hospital policies, policies banning elective procedures, and fear mongering by the media all worked together to make this one happen.— AJ Kay (@AJKayWriter) October 27, 2021
Inflicting harm of this scope & scale was a real team effort.https://t.co/wukqycC0dP
After asking questions regarding the NSBA letter and Loudon County issues, Sen. Tom Cotton said to Garland: "Thank God you are not on the Supreme Court."— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) October 27, 2021
“You should resign in disgrace, judge," Cotton said before storming out of the hearing room.https://t.co/DhPXzPgRUd
#BREAKING— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) October 27, 2021
Garland revealed the Justice Department and White House communicated about the NSBA letter before Garland issued his memo.
New emails from the NSBA itself showed it was in touch with the White House about its letter prior to publishing. https://t.co/pvLyETnru7
If history has taught us anything, it’s that the government will wage a war against parents for roughly 20 years before considering withdrawal, writes @BecketAdams.— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) October 27, 2021
"And when it does eventually withdraw, it’ll be in the most chaotic fashion imaginable."https://t.co/xl18kPP8Hj
"All I can conclude from this is either that you're not in control of your own department or... you knew that federal prosecutors would start collecting crimes that they could use against parents," says @HawleyMO to AG Garland pic.twitter.com/XxNGd5uVYP— Abigail Marone 🇺🇸 (@abigailmarone) October 27, 2021
Ted Cruz absolutely WENT OFF on AG Garland today... https://t.co/z6KBg78Zcs— Bongino Report (@BonginoReport) October 27, 2021
AG Merrick Garland is sadly willing to use the power of the DOJ to target those who have political views different than him, even if it's a mom at a PTA meeting.— Senator Ted Cruz (@SenTedCruz) October 27, 2021
But is AG Garland willing to enforce the law fairly against people who are political allies of Joe Biden? pic.twitter.com/2dKgsULeaD
Rep. Matt Gaetz @RepMattGaetz: "But now, instead of targeting Donald Trump, they're targeting parents who love their kids who show up at school board meetings, and the Attorney General made clear today that he intends to continue doing so." pic.twitter.com/fFc0phcbry— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) October 27, 2021
Attorney General Merrick Garland said the purpose of his controversial memo was “to assess the extent of the problem.”— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) October 27, 2021
Sen. Ben Sasse quipped back, calling it "political hackery that brought that topic to your desk, not reality."https://t.co/vFq4yKrJqz
"Attorney General Merrick Garland has led the DOJ to repeatedly pursue power grabs that are appeasing the Left’s agenda instead of seeking justice and fighting crime," @Heritage's @JessAnderson2 said. Via @dcexaminer. https://t.co/CfDCyhyTdJ— Naomi Lim (@naomitlim) October 27, 2021
25 Organizations including Amnesty International and Reporters Without Borders demand end to Assange prosecution— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) October 27, 2021
"In light of the shocking new reporting on the government’s conduct in this case - we urge you to dismiss the indictment against Mr. Assange"https://t.co/M2bpn0DhTL
Julian Assange's brother calls the US apppeal for extradition "punishment by process," and decries it as "a Zombie case," it just keeps on and on and on. https://t.co/52zMSb3wAW— William Booth (@BoothWilliam) October 27, 2021
Tuesday, October 26, 2021
The January 6th video I showed AG Garland, which he refused to comment on, now has 2.7 million views. The article linked here might explain why he won’t tell us if assets of the federal government were present and encouraging others to enter the Capitol: https://t.co/57L1X0VDyz https://t.co/KIrnI4NTzv— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) October 25, 2021
...and there's more.
Monday, October 25, 2021
Bomb cyclone drenches drought-plagued northern California | Just The News https://t.co/RzZ9kLYrwZ— John Solomon (@jsolomonReports) October 26, 2021
...The weather service reported that over a 24 hour period, it had received 81.9% of the total precipitation from the entire 2020-2021 water year.
Flooding across the San Francisco Bay Area forced streets in Berkeley to close; in Marin County, widespread street flooding in San Rafael, Mill Valley and other areas was reported....
The torrential downpour comes one week after California Gov. Gavin Newsom declared a statewide drought emergency, and after nearly two million acres in California were burned by wildfire in 2021.
1. girl raped by skirt-wearing male— Luke Rosiak (@lukerosiak) October 26, 2021
2. dad of victim arrested, banned from school board meetings while SB passes transgender bathroom policy
3. Media ignores bc some details 'unsubstantiated'
4. Obama calls it 'phony'
5. 24 hours later, all details substantiated in court
6. wapo: pic.twitter.com/540ieM4zkJ
Obama Gets Fact Checked Hard Over 'Fake Outrage' Claim About Parents in Virginia https://t.co/AA7gkr6zkp— RedState (@RedState) October 26, 2021
wrong party https://t.co/NWk33ngso0— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) October 26, 2021
The media won't tell you, but:
“Independent voters and parents of K-12 students are stampeding to support Republicans Glenn Youngkin, Winsome Sears, Jason Miyares and GOP state house candidates,” remarked pollster Brent Buchanan, CEO of Cygnal, a national polling firm ranked as most accurate.— Corey A. DeAngelis (@DeAngelisCorey) October 25, 2021
She has an (R) by her name so she is invisible to the media.
Meet The Candidate: Winsome Sears For VA Lieutenant Governor https://t.co/c0QZEj2eW0— Newport News Patch (@NewprtNewsPatch) October 20, 2021
I noticed that Abrams won't touch the subject of the Lt. Gov. race in VA. Because the GOP nominee, Winsome Sears, is an immigrant (Jamaica), is Afri-Latina, a wife & mother who built a business herself from scratch, and is an ex-Marine who served America honorably. pic.twitter.com/nkmR2PrPWi— William Ruby (@Bill_Ruby) October 18, 2021
Prices of toilet paper, diapers, facial tissues and paper towels will likely rise in coming weeks as inflation begins to wallop the working class and retired seniors.— Greg Abbott (@GregAbbott_TX) October 26, 2021
This is like a massive tax hike on those with a fixed income.#LetsGoBrandon https://t.co/3vkXFNA8dd
Now the Audubon Society is ashamed of Audubon, and cancelling him. https://t.co/UKpFsdGzAa— Rod Dreher (@roddreher) October 26, 2021
'Greatest correction in the history of journalism!': Donald Trump Jr. hails WaPo after it says crowd at September speech was chanting 'F*** Joe Biden!' not 'Let's Go Brandon' https://t.co/jIyVLrkttU— TheBlaze (@theblaze) October 26, 2021
After Pushing Anti-Trump Vulgarity, WashPost Decries 'Let’s Go Brandon' | Newsbusters https://t.co/qMsO5Hgfpp— MediaResearchCenter (@theMRC) October 25, 2021
The reason every profanity & threat twd Trump was applauded by the same people who are now having a breakdown over “let’s go Brandon” is not hypocrisy. These people very consistently apply their main principle: you can harass & hurt people they don’t like, but not people they do.— Allie Beth Stuckey (@conservmillen) October 24, 2021
Alec Baldwin was one of the most vile ghouls, he personalized his attacks and offered nothing but hatred
The First Rule of Gun Safety is That You Don't Point a Gun Directly at Someone Unless You Intend to Shoot Them— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) October 25, 2021
Twitter isn’t always the kindest place but Alec Baldwin was one of the most vile ghouls, he personalized his attacks and offered nothing but hatred.— Cernovich (@Cernovich) October 22, 2021
He is owed exactly 0 benefit of the doubt. https://t.co/2jDuGNRmIa pic.twitter.com/1OwSDPf9Yg
Sunday, October 24, 2021
Perfect Summary of @DanielGreenfield why CA-port and truck boondoggle are self inflicted and had it coming for them... https://t.co/Qag5uCemGI#greenboondoggle #SupplyChainCrisis #truckershortage #DemPoliciesDestroy— Martin Szegedi 🇩🇪🇺🇸 (@din_tex) October 22, 2021
Unions practice "featherbedding" to maximize pay for members, which simultaneously drives up production costs for employers while driving down labor efficiency.— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) October 25, 2021
Holiday pay and stiff opposition to automation helped create the current freight backlogs.https://t.co/1wRUwfvJYQ
The U.S. system has been warped by long‐standing policies that have decreased port efficiency and unnecessarily stressed our inland supply chain infrastructure. How did we get here? https://t.co/Zf7Ka2iei7 #CatoEcon #CatoTrade pic.twitter.com/T7ypLbFqDU— Cato Institute (@CatoInstitute) October 25, 2021
Do we have Freedom of Speech, really? Big Tech platforms have already banned accounts from a sitting president, blocked news stories during an election—now they’re coming after conservative members of Congress…
Yes, we know, HOW DARE PARENTS question the people they elect and pay the salaries of. Scratch a Democrat, reveal a fascist. pic.twitter.com/nNqzMi60u1— Darleen Click #RepealAB5 (mewe.com/i/darleenclick) (@darleenclick) October 21, 2021
OH the Joy !! It's the Funnies Again !
Have a Great weekend !
Saturday, October 23, 2021
He's been in Washington a million years. In all that time, did anyone actually think he would make a good president? No.
Biden declining support not really a surprise. He's been in Washington a million years. In all that time, did anyone actually think he would make a good president? Odd circumstances of 2020 worked to his advantage. But he's still the same guy.— Byron York (@ByronYork) October 21, 2021
Joe Biden hasn’t held a press conference in 98 days, his last interview was 64 days ago, and he hasn’t taken a question in the past week yet, his Deputy Press Sec. claims “he takes questions all the time.” #WalkAwayJoe pic.twitter.com/rTR2GvoqlO— CPAC 2022 (@CPAC) October 21, 2021
Another poll shows that President Biden's job approval is underwater https://t.co/DDZ0K7cYLr— TheBlaze (@theblaze) October 22, 2021
I heard this happened but to see it 🤣https://t.co/aXKXCTu7IV— Wayne Dupree Media, LLC (@WayneDupreeShow) October 22, 2021