shop” so to speak. Could it simply be that he's arrogant enough to think that he'd never get caught being in possession of “classified documents”...even Joe Biden can't be that foolish. And the second thing and probably paramount above all is the fact that there is an interesting time frame gap that could make the issue of President Trump's document woes actually pale in comparison.Let's start with the fact that the office Biden used to conduct his business until April 2019 was still under construction throughout the entirety of 2017 the very year he left office as vice president, and it was not completed nor opened for occupancy/business until February 2018. And yet from mid-2018 until April 2019, we see a 13-month gap from the time Biden left office in January 2017 until he and the documents moved into his new office. So where were these documents during that time? We believe they were kept in Biden's home in Wilmington, Delaware, which at the time was also home to none other than the infamous Hunter Biden...Read entire article and see videos here.
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Tuesday, January 17, 2023
Titled, "Phasing out new electric vehicle sales by 2035," the bill is sponsored by state Republican senator Jim Anderson and supported by senators Brian Boner, Ed Cooper and Dan Dockstader, as well as state House Representatives Donald Burkhart and Bill Henderson, also Republicans.
Legislators say oil and gas production has "long been one of Wyoming’s proud and valued industries," which has created countless jobs and contributed to the state’s economy.
bill stresses the importance of gas-powered vehicles as they enable
industries and businesses in the state to engage in commerce and the
transportation of goods and resources. Read more and se video here.
The bill in question, H.R. 61, also known as the "Leading Against White Supremacy Act of 2023," seeks to "amend title 18, United States Code, to expand the scope of hate crimes." It would criminalize the "conspiracy to commit white supremacy," that is directed against non-white people.
This includes "inspir[ing]" or influencing
people to commit such a crime based on having "published material
advancing white supremacy, white supremacist ideology, antagonism based
on “replacement theory”, or hate speech that vilifies or is otherwise
directed against any non-White person or group." Material published...Read more and see tweets here.