Wednesday, April 6, 2022

Biden Left Looking For Someone To Talk To As Obama Is Surrounded By Democrat Groupies
Laurel Duggan / Daily Caller
Prominent Democrats flocked around former President Barack Obama while ignoring President Joe Biden at the White House Tuesday after Biden signed an executive order aimed at strengthening the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
After signing the order, Biden shook several hands and saluted the crowd before slowly wandering away from the table. Upon realizing no one was walking with him, Biden lifted his hands in apparent frustration and turned around to see several people, including Vice President Kamala Harris and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, encircling Obama.

Obama, who first signed the ACA into law in 2010, returned to the White House Tuesday for the first time since former President Donald Trump was inaugurated. The current and former president shared good-natured banter in their speeches, and at one point Obama jokingly referred to Biden as “Vice President Biden.”

“It feels like the good old days,” Biden said of Obama’s ceremonial return. Read more, see tweets, and three videos here.
The Left Is Melting Down Over Senator Tim Scott’s Vote on Judge Jackson
Katie  Pavlich / Townhall Tipsheet

On Monday Republican Senator Tim Scott announced he will not vote to confirm Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court. 

"The historic nature of Judge Jackson’s nomination reinforces the progress our country has made. However, ideology must be the determining factor—not identity—when considering such an important lifetime appointment," Scott released in a statement. "It is clear that Judge Jackson’s judicial philosophy and positions on the defining issues of our time make her the wrong choice for the Supreme Court. From leaving the door open on court packing to her multiple overturned opinions, I cannot support a nominee with her record of judicial activism. I remain disappointed that President Biden missed the opportunity to unite the country with a mainstream nominee that could have received resounding bipartisan support. For all these reasons, I will be voting no on Judge Jackson’s nomination to the Supreme Court."

Right on cue, the left started melted down after having expectations Scott would vote for Jackson because they happen to share a similar skin color. Read more and see tweets here.