U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland wasted no time responding to a September 29 letter sent to President Biden by the National School Boards Association (NSBA) asking that he examine angry parental protests of local public-school district school boards for...
There is No Vaccine for Stupidity
At the center of the storm has been the USPS, as democrats prepare to make the post office a major campaign issue. Plan on lawsuits, a delayed decision and a swirl of controversy that will surround the final vote. Former President Barack Obama had this to say, “This president and those in power, those who benefit in keeping things the way they are, they know they can’t win you over with their policies, so there hoping to make it as hard as possible for you to vote and to convince you that your vote does not matter – that is how they win.”
President Trump struck back with one of the most memorable messages of the convention: “The reason I’m here is because of President Obama and Joe Biden, because if they did a good job I wouldn’t be here, and probably if they did a good job, I wouldn’t have even run. I would have been very happy – I enjoyed my previous life very much, but they did such a bad job that I stand before you as president.”
Kamala Harris accepts the role of Vice President, and during her acceptance speech, one of her more memorable lines, “There is no vaccine for racism.”
The bar was set so low for the former VP Joe Biden, that all he had to do was walk off the stage at the end of the evening, and he would be celebrated. While the Left celebrated Biden, many on the other side felt Biden’s speech was a train wreck, and for pundits to say otherwise is a desperate joke. Malcolm has a few thoughts…
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