Well, this year has not been a good year for Biden, with all his promises to flatten the curve and rid the U.S.A of covid has failed miserably. Biden has done a horrible job at trying to stop the spread of this virus in the U.S.A. and actually had more deaths this year than last year. The new and alarming surge of deaths this summer means that the coronavirus pandemic has become the deadliest in American history, overtaking the toll from the influenza pandemic of 1918 and 1919, which killed about 675,000 people.
It’s interesting how all during 2020 we had the liberal media showing death tickers and telling us about how we needed more health workers to stop the refrigerator trucks of bodies outside of hospitals, but yet this year in 2021 with more deaths than last year, we can now fire un-vaccinated hospital workers and the media try to hide the covid death count or downplay it and blame it on the unvaccinated.
Across America, chants of “Let’s Go Brandon” have replaced “F@#k Joe Biden” after a journalist tried to cover the chant with “Let’s Go Brandon” as she interviewed Brandon Brown at a Nascar event. It quickly grew to an viral sensation with meme after meme hitting social media.
Loxa Alexander turned the viral sensation into a rap song and dropped it on Itunes. The song has quickly risen to #1.
With the latest batches of Comic Book Characters being re-envisioned, the latest superhero to get a make-over is none other than Superman. No, it’s not Clark Kent, so no steamy 3 some scenes with Lois Lane. This is their son Superman: Son of Kal-El.
Former Superman actor Dean Cain shared his thoughts recently to Fox News. Speaking on “Fox & Friends First” Tuesday, Cain, who portrayed the Man of Steel for four seasons on the 1993 TV series “Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman,” shared his thoughts on the idea, noting that he doesn’t believe a bisexual Superman is anything particularly groundbreaking.
“They said it’s a bold new direction. I say they’re bandwagoning,” Cain added.
On “Good Morning Britain,” Biggins, who is gay, said that he wasn’t in favor of turning Superman into a bisexual man. Instead, he argued that representation for the LGBTQ+ community should come in the form of a new, original character.
On Friday, a judge dismissed a last-minute Hail Mary to dismiss the criminal case against actor Jussie Smollett. The actor is accused of lying to police when he reported he was the victim of a horrible racist, anti-gay attack in Chicago on January 2019.
Smollett has already come to a deal with the Chicago Prosecutor’s office of a deal that had him perform community service and give up his $10,000 bond which many thought was too easy for the black actor who supposedly faked a racist hate act. The actor is now being charged by a special prosecutor as many thought his previous deal was very shady and had been influenced by the Democrat party.
Jury selection will start on November 29th on Smollett’s trial. As many remember, Smollett, a gay Black man, told police in 2019 that two masked men attacked him when he was in Chicago working on “Empire.” But he was charged weeks later with filing a false police report after investigators concluded that he staged the attack and paid two brothers to carry it out because he was unhappy about his salary and wanted to promote his career. That case, however, was dropped which many believed was because of deep swamp connections of the Democrat party in Chicago.
The case was revived when a special prosecutor charged Smollett with disorderly conduct over the police reports. The actor has pleaded not guilty. Even though Smollett is fighting as hard as he can to try and stop the trial, he has said he wants “nothing more than to go to a jury and clear his name.”
Biden was bold on in a South Lawn gaggle with reporters, ” I hope the committee goes after them and holds accountable.” Biden was referring to individuals who refuse to comply with a congressional subpoena such as Steven Bannon.
And I can only guess that Biden’s handlers must have not been around or been sleeping, because he actually answered a question from the Press!
One reporter followed up with, “Should they be prosecuted?”
“I do, yes,” responded Biden.
DOJ spokesman Anthony Coley responded with a quick statement Friday evening in response to Biden once again answering a question from reporters.
“The Department of Justice will make its own independent decisions in all prosecutions based solely on the facts and the law. Period. Full stop” said Coley.
Later even, Psaki had to jump in on the damage control and tweeted:
Once again, Biden will most likely be sent to Time Out and now allowed to answer questions from the Press. His responses to questions from the Press seem to always go against his handlers’s instructions.