Biden-Putin meeting was 'constructive,' but no diplomatic breakthroughs

President Joe Biden met as scheduled today with Russian President Vladimir Putin, and there wasn’t much in the way of fireworks. Putin’s tone in his post-meeting press conference had considerably less “smug asshole having a good time” on his face than in his last meetings with an American president, go figure, but the general tone was of cautious optimism.

For Putin’s part, he called the meeting “very constructive” and announced that the two nations had agreed to return ambassadors to posts currently vacant. What he wasn’t willing to entertain, however, was any notion that his quasi-dictatorship needed to improve human rights in his country, stop the crackdown on opposition politicians and activists, or stop murdering enemies of the state outright.

Putin’s line on Navalny is basically that he deserves what he gets pic.twitter.com/Ilb2jDNc9t

— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) June 16, 2021

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EXCLUSIVE: The Arizona Mirror – The Far-Left Outlet That Creates Far-Left Narratives in Arizona Is Connected to Dark Money

(Picture above from the Phoenix New Times shows the founders of the Arizona Mirror.)

The Arizona Mirror started in 2018 and although the entity claims it’s an independent nonprofit, it quickly showed its far-left roots in its reporting in the Phoenix area.

In September 2018, the Arizona Mirror launched in the Grand Canyon state.  The Phoenix New Times reported on this media outlet new to Arizona:

There’s a new media organization in town.

The Arizona Mirror launched on Tuesday with a staff of four journalists who previously worked for Arizona Capitol Times and the Arizona Republic.

The site describes itself as “an independent, nonprofit news organization focused on connecting public policy with the people it affects.” The Mirror intends to do the sort of watchdog journalism that has been on the decline with the newspaper industry. The small staff has high aspirations: amplifying voices. Shining lights. Holding public officials

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Pelosi inexplicably dithers over Jan. 6 committee, wants to give McConnell shot at burying it

It’s been more than two weeks since Sen. Mitch McConnell and Senate Republicans killed the bipartisan Jan. 6 commission with a filibuster. Without the filibuster it would have passed, easily. McConnell, however, counted on enough Republicans doing him the “personal favor” of killing the bill, and that’s what they did.

Immediately following that vote, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi sounded like she was ready to do … something. She blasted Republicans, anyway. “Leader McConnell and Senate Republicans’ denial of the truth of the January 6th insurrection brings shame to the Senate. Republicans’ cowardice in rejecting the truth of that dark day makes our Capitol and our country less safe,” Pelosi said. “In not taking yes for an answer, Republicans clearly put their election concerns above the security of the Congress and country.”

But since then, she’s done little. She’s not even decided how to proceed with a larger inquiry. They’ll talk about … Read the rest

Wuhan Lab Partner Dr. Ralph Baric Reviewed Coronavirus Vaccine in December 2019 – After Scheming in 2018 on How to Make Money from Pandemic

Dr. Ralph Baric at UNC in 2018.

When did Doctors Fauci and Baric find out about the China coronavirus leak in Wuhan and how did they know it? 

Why was the US investigating the coronavirus vaccine before the Western world even knew about it?

On April 9, 2020, we were the first media outlet to report on major events leading up to the China coronavirus leak that we suspected came from the Wuhan Institute of Virology.  We were able to determine Chinese Doctor Shi Zhengli was part of a team that was working on a coronavirus project jointly with US doctors in 2014 before it was shut down by the DHS for being too risky.

After the US research project was shut down, Dr. Shi continued her coronavirus research in Wuhan, China.

HUGE EXCLUSIVE: Chinese Doctor Shi Zhengli Ran Coronavirus Research in Wuhan After US Project Was Shut Down by

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Democrats, McConnell just told you who he is, again. Stop. Him.

Mitch McConnell has once again told the world precisely who he is. Remember, this is the guy who happily embraces his nicknames: the Grim Reaper and Cocaine Mitch. He brags that he called himself “Darth Vader” during his efforts to kill campaign finance reform at the behest of huge corporate interests. Monday morning he went on the Hugh Hewitt radio show, one of his favorite confessionals, and reiterated for everyone to hear that he is evil. Whether Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema—or any Democrat who is opposed to expanding the court—will hear that and whether will sink into their thick skulls is the real question.

Making sure that President Barack Obama did not get Merrick Garland on the Supreme Court was “the single most consequential thing I’ve done in my time as majority leader of the Senate,” he said. “I preserved the Scalia vacancy for the Gorsuch appointment.” He’s rewriting his constitutional … Read the rest

Wisconsin Election Audit Actions to Date Are a Joke – Why Is Wisconsin Happy With 143,000 Votes Dropped for Biden the Day After the Election?

The people of Wisconsin need to stand up and follow the lead in Arizona.  There were 143,000 ballots for Biden only that were dropped early in the morning, the day after the election.  All of American knows these ballots were fraudulent.  If you want to prevent this from ever happening again you need to demand a forensic audit like the one in Arizona to be performed in your state.  

The current actions by the legislature in Wisconsin have been pathetic.  The legislature is showing that they don’t want to get to the bottom of the fraud in the 2020 election.

EXCLUSIVE: Wisconsin Republican Legislative Members’ Actions Show They Believe the 143,000 Biden Ballots Dropped at 3am on Nov 4 Are Fine

Wisconsin’s Speaker has said he was hiring three retired cops to look at the past election.  What is this when Arizona had around 400 volunteers and paid individuals perform … Read the rest

New Brennan Center study shows Manchin's insistence on bipartisan voting protections is ludicrous

When Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia shot down Democrats’ signature voting rights legislation in an op-ed last week, he said that protecting voting rights “should never be done in a partisan manner.”

But a new Brennan Center analysis of the voter suppression laws sweeping the nation shows what a preposterous and indeed hypocritical position that is. The center’s examination of the 24 state-level voting restriction laws enacted as of early June proves the suppression efforts have been an almost exclusively Republican enterprise.

“Overall, we find that these new laws were enacted as part of an overwhelmingly partisan Republican push,” reads the report. “Republicans introduced and drove virtually all of the bills that impose new voting restrictions, and the harshest new laws were passed with almost exclusively Republican votes and signed into law by Republican governors.”

Still somehow Manchin insists that GOP lawmakers at the federal level are both interested in and … Read the rest

Two Boston Schools Officials Resign After Anti-White Racist Texts Leak

Two Boston school Committee members, including Chair Alexandra Oliver-Davila, have resigned after anti-white racist texts leaked online.

The texts, sent in 2020, were about how she was sick of white parents of students in the West Roxbury neighborhood of Boston.

Chair Oliver-Davila resigned on Tuesday, and Member Lorna Rivera – a professor at UMass-Boston – resigned on June 4.

The exchange included the two women saying that they’re sick of “Westie whites.”

“Best school committee meeting ever,” Oliver-Dávila texted to Rivera, adding, “I’m trying not to cry,” because of what the Globe called “the outpouring of support” for a proposal to eliminate the requirement of standardized testing for admission to the city’s schools.

“Wait until the white racists start yelling at us,” Rivera replied.

Oliver-Dávila responded by saying, “Whatever. They’re delusional.” Later texting, “I hate WR,” referring to West Roxbury, one of the wealthiest neighborhoods in Boston.

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Trump's toxic presence in Republican state party politics is being entirely underestimated

When Donald Trump reentered the public spotlight last weekend at the North Carolina Republican Party Convention, the first thing he did was upend the GOP primary for the state’s open Senate seat. Trump welcomed far-right Rep. Ted Budd to the stage and promptly gave him a surprise endorsement, leaving two other top Republican contenders to pick up the pieces.

One of them, former Gov. Pat McCrory, held an impromptu news conference in which he tried to convince reporters that Trump’s endorsement fell “flat” with the room of attendees, according to The Washington Post.

Trump ally and former Rep. Mark Walker was also likely caught off guard by his change of fortunes, since he had just won the straw poll—an informal gauge of who attendees hope will prevail in the GOP primary.

Get ready to see a lot more mayhem in critical battleground states as Trump ramps up his rallies … Read the rest

FINALLY, A SOLUTION TO VOTER ID LAWS: NC Republicans Push Legislation to Fund Mobile Voter ID Machine for Those Legal Voters without Proper ID

Finally, a solution to Voter ID Laws!
North Carolina Republicans are pushing legislation to fund a mobile voter ID machine for those legal voters who do not possess the proper documents to vote.

Senate Bill 724 takes away ANY racist excuse Democrats can argue about the lack of voter IDs for certain populations in the state.

And it secures the state election from fraudulent voters.

Democrats are not sure how they will vote on it.

The Carolina Journal reported:

Senate Bill 725 would prohibit private funding of elections administration, as sponsors argue private interests paying for vote collection and counting raises natural suspicions about election integrity. This speaks directly to revelations that organizations funded by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg put money into elections administration in target districts across the country — to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars. Millions of those dollars were directed to select districts in
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