Joe Biden

Largest Railroad Union Rejects Labor Deal Negotiated By Biden – Set To Strike Next Week As Biden Calls On Congress To Avert Crisis

A labor deal that President Joe Biden and his Labor Secretary, Marty Walsh, negotiated in September was rejected by the country’s largest railroad union last week, sending Biden to Congress to beg for an intervention that would prevent what House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) described as a “catastrophic nationwide rail strike” that would bring the U.S. economy to a grinding halt.

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Biden Losing His Vote Of Confidence – Progressive Group Launches ‘Don’t Run Joe’ Campaign

In what seems like a long overdue U-turn, some Democrats are finally seeing the incompetence of Joe Biden and are urging the Democratic party to back a different candidate in the 2024 presidential election. Progressive group, RootsAction, has gone so far as to launch a campaign titled “Don’t Run Joe” on Wednesday with the sole purpose of persuading other Democrats to not make the “tragic mistake” of nominating Biden for a second term in office in the 2024 election.

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Who’s Calling The Shots?

If aliens landed in my backyard and asked me to take them to our nation’s leader, I would have a tough time finding a means to fulfill their request. America doesn’t have a leader at the national level. Instead, we have a federal (feral?) administration in Washington D.C. that more closely resembles a collective of inmates housed in the Arkham Asylum from the Batman series.

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Joe Biden Defends Criminal Son, Hunter – ‘I’m Proud Of My Son’

Hunter Biden is facing an indictment on charges related to taxes and a false statement on a gun purchase application. CNN’s Jake Tapper asked Joe Biden how he felt about the impending indictment in Tuesday’s interview to which Biden answered, “Well, first of all, I’m proud of my son. This is a kid who got, not a kid – he’s a grown man. He got hooked on – like many families have had happen, hooked on drugs. He’s overcome that. He’s established a new life.”

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