(Zero Hedge) Biden has finished signing his first 15 executive orders and 2 executive agency directives, according to a White House pool reporter with the Washington Post.
(Zero Hedge) Were the ‘conspiracy theorists’ just proven right about the “fake rescue plan” for COVID?
(Zero Hedge) Given everything else going on in a news cycle dominated by last week’s Capitol Hill mayhem and Pelosi’s push to impeach, there’s been little notice given to the perhaps unexpected Trump administration declassification of a highly sensitive national security document that lays out the White House’s strategy for countering China.
(Rob Natelson) Any effort to impeach the president for comments made to Washington demonstrators would be flatly unconstitutional…
UPDATE: Trump Urges “Peaceful” Protests After Capitol Evacuation, Citywide Curfew, Tear Gas Deployed
(Zero Hedge) Update (1415ET): Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) has officially thrown Trump under the bus, saying on a Wednesday statement that the election wasn’t stolen, and that overruling voters would ‘damage the republic forever.’
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(Tyler Durden) Maybe you have some sense that something fishy is going on? Same. If it’s not one thing, it’s another.
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(Zero Hedge) On December 4, a bipartisan group of California legislators sent Gov. Gavin Newsom a letter urging him to reconsider his order closing outdoor playgrounds as part of his regional stay-at-home order.
(Zero Hedge) Hunter Biden has been subpoenaed by federal investigators over his involvement with at least two dozen entities – including Ukrainian gas company Burisma, according to the Associated Press, citing a ‘person familiar with a Justice Department tax investigation.”
(Zero Hedge) With Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer calling on Congress to begin hearings on Joe Biden’s Cabinet picks before the inauguration while the results of the 2020 election remain in dispute, one nominee has already stoked controversy for peddling conspiracy theories and partisan attacks on Twitter – and is now deleting the evidence.
(Staff Writer) This video provides one of the most erudite and informative looks at Covid-19 and the consequences of lockdowns. As AIER notes, it was remarkable this week to watch as it appeared on YouTube and was forcibly taken down only 2 hours after posting.
(Zero Hedge) Well, as we said earlier, “we doubt Trump will agree with the left’s characterization of the tweets as a concession”, and sure enough just an hour after tweeting that Biden “won because the Election was Rigged”, which most liberal and Anti-Trump media outlets sprung to defined as an “apparent concession”, Trump followed with another tweet – which has yet to be censored by Twitter – in which he explained how he feels: “He only won in the eyes of the FAKE NEWS MEDIA. I concede NOTHING! We have a long way to go. This was a RIGGED ELECTION!”
(Zero Hedge) Almost 500 medics and academics have penned a letter to U.K. prime minister Boris Johnson – just hours after the U.S. election has been “decided” – informing him that official Covid data is being “exaggerated” and that talk of a second wave of Covid is “misleading”.
(Tyler Durden) One can have an interesting debate over the most self-defeating political statements in American politics. There was Bill Clinton’s not-so-clever answer about his affair with Monica Lewinsky as depending what “the meaning of is is.” There was John Kerry statement that he was against the Iraq war before he was against it. There was Donald Trump refusal to commit to a peaceful transfer of power. However, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer may have taken the crown with his yelling on the streets of New York that “Now we take Georgia, then we change the world. Now we take Georgia, then we change America.”
(OHMama) I was born at the end of Gen X and the beginning of the Millennial Generation and grew up in a middle-class town. Life was good. Our home was modest but birthdays and Christmas were always generous, we went on yearly vacations, had 2 cars, and there was enough money for me to take dance classes and art lessons and be in Girl Scouts.