Sunday, November 13, 2022

Biden Insists He Won’t Change How He Runs the Country, Jabs at GOP Over Hunter Biden Probes; GOP-Controlled House Has Plenty to Investigate On ‘Big Guy’ Joe Biden, and related stories

Biden insists he won’t change how he runs the country, jabs at GOP over Hunter Biden probes:
President Biden said Wednesday that he won’t change a thing about how he runs the country over the next two years in his first public comments since his fellow Democrats outperformed expectations in Tuesday’s midterm elections.
Biden spoke for 54 minutes at his third solo White House press conference and departed earlier than planned after a glaring gaffe in which he said Russia may pull back from the Iraqi city of Fallujah — when he intended to say the Ukrainian city of Kherson.
Biden insisted in his opening remarks that “an overwhelming majority of the American people support elements of my economic agenda” and restated some of his most factually-challenged claims about his accomplishments — including taking credit once again for a decline in the federal deficit that is actually down to the end of temporary aid programs necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Nothing,” Biden said when asked what he planned to do differently over the next two years ahead of a potential 2024 reelection bid, “because they’re just finding out what we’re doing. The more they know about what we’re doing, the more support there is.” --->READ MORE HERE
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GOP-controlled House has plenty to investigate on ‘Big Guy’ Joe Biden:
In the movie “The Longest Day,” Maj. Werner Pluskat tried to warn his superior about the approaching armada that he was seeing on the horizon. His superior asks where they are heading, and Pluskat responds, “Straight for me!”
In the days before the midterm “Democratic D-Day,” President Joe Biden has increasingly sounded like Werner Pluskat. And he’s right. While Biden may or may not be the subject of an impeachment, a Republican-controlled House has plenty to investigate, and impeachment is unlikely his greatest fear.
Here are the top three concerns, and there is every indication that Biden is wise to be worried.
Hunter Biden and Influence Peddling
House Democrats repeatedly moved to block investigations into the alleged multimillion-dollar influence-peddling operations by the Biden family. For his part, Attorney General Merrick Garland steadfastly refused to appoint a special counsel despite an overwhelming basis for such an appointment.
Biden has repeatedly denied knowledge of Hunter Biden’s business entanglements despite numerous emails and pictures showing him meeting with Hunter associates. Hunter’s partner, Eric Schwerin, alone made at least 19 visits to the White House and other official locations between 2009 and 2015.
There are emails of Chinese, Ukrainian and other foreign clients including some thanking Hunter Biden for arranging meetings with his father. People apparently were told to avoid directly referring to Joe Biden. In one email, Tony Bobulinski, then a business partner of Hunter, was instructed by Biden associate James Gilliar that the Bidens wanted to avoid such references: “Don’t mention Joe being involved, it’s only when u [sic] are face to face, I know u [sic] know that but they are paranoid.” --->READ MORE HERE
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