Divider-in-Chief: Is Biden Channelling Trump?

Divider-in-Chief: Is Biden Channelling Trump?

Contrary to his original aspirations, Biden is leaning into partisan politics.

One of the media’s beloved titles for President Donald Trump was ‘Divider-in-Chief’. Well-deserved at times, the moniker was even used of Trump by his challenger — now successor — President Joe Biden.

Indeed, Trump’s impulse to divide and denigrate was the deciding factor that many Americans could not vote for him. Others gave him their confidence but did so holding their nose for this very same character flaw.

On winning the White House, Biden used his first address to the nation to promise that he would be “a president who seeks not to divide, but to unify”.

At that November 2020 speech, Biden explained: “To make progress, we have to stop treating our opponents as our enemies. They are not our enemies. They are Americans.” He went on to vow that he would “work with all my heart for the confidence of the whole people, to win the confidence of all people.”

Broken promises

Less than 18 months into his presidency, however, Biden has cast serious doubt on the gravity of those promises and his ability to live up to them. Biden’s growing habit of using divisive rhetoric, mendacious cliches, and cheap mischaracterisations against his political opponents forces us to ask whether he is channelling Trump and now deserves the ‘Divider-in-Chief’ label himself.

A recent Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research survey found that only 16% of respondents believe that Biden has united the nation, while 43% believe that he is responsible for ushering in more division. Biden’s approval rating more generally has been in free-fall for well over a year.

Following the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v Wade, Biden not only called the decision ‘tragic’, ‘terrible’ and ‘extreme’, he also labelled the court itself extremist. “I share the public’s outrage at this extremist court,” he told cameras this week.

Less than two months ago, speaking on the same topic before the court’s ruling, Biden sensationally told reporters that “this MAGA crowd is really the most extreme political organisation that’s existed in American history.” Has he heard of the Ku Klux Klan? The Nation of Islam? Al-Qaeda? Antifa?

Back in January, Biden likened anyone who opposed Democrat-let efforts to overhaul the US electoral system to historical villains like Confederate President Jefferson Davis.

“So I ask every elected official in America, how do you want to be remembered?” Biden bellowed during a speech at Atlanta University. “Do you want to be on the side of Dr. King or George Wallace? Do you want to be on the side of John Lewis or Bull Connor? Do you want to be on the side of Abraham Lincoln or Jefferson Davis?”

Hardly bipartisan, the two pieces of legislation in question — the Freedom to Vote Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act — have been fiercely opposed by Republicans over fears they will strip states of their constitutional right to dictate how they conduct elections.

Stoking fear

A month earlier, in December 2020, Biden scapegoated unvaccinated Americans in a doomsday message about an expected Covid surge over winter.

“It’s here now, and it’s spreading, and it’s going to increase… We are looking at a winter of severe illness and death for the unvaccinated — for themselves, their families and the hospitals they’ll soon overwhelm,” Biden warned in a prophecy that failed to materialise.

And as pervasively reported at MercatorNet:

President Joe Biden’s Department of Homeland Security has issued a “National Terrorism Advisory System Bulletin”, suggesting that if a citizen opposes mask and vaccine mandates, they may be a “domestic violent extremist”.

And:

In the latter half of 2021, after a series of heated exchanges between school boards and parents upset over radical left-wing ideology in schools, the National School Boards Association sought White House intervention via a letter that characterised parents as potential “domestic terrorists”. Evidence later emerged that the White House itself may have solicited the letter.

The examples continue to multiply. The Divided States of America need a unifier. Is it too much to ask?

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Originally published at MercatorNet. Photos: Gage Skidmore & Shealah Craighead, Wikimedia Commons

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Trump: ‘I know it’s not looking good’ but ‘best is yet to come’

Trump: ‘I know it’s not looking good’ but ‘best is yet to come’


Trump: ‘I know it’s not looking good’ but ‘best is yet to come’

July Fourth Message

Trump wrote that inflation, the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the tanking stock market would not have happened if he were president.

By Madeleine Hubbard

Former President Donald Trump wished Americans a happy Fourth of July on Monday by saying that he knows life in the U.S. is “not looking good” right now but the “best is yet to come.”

The former president’s posts on his Truth Social platform come two days after The New York Times and CNN reported he is considering joining the 2024 presidential race early, “possibly” even before the midterm elections this fall, as televised hearings from the Democrat-led Jan. 6 committee continue to result in weeks of bad press.

“I know it’s not looking good for our Country right now, with a major War raging out of control in Europe, the Highest Inflation in memory, the worst 6 month Stock Market start in History, the highest Energy Prices EVER, and that is the Good News,” Trump posted.

“Happy Fourth of July!!! ((Don’t worry, We will MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN, and remember, none of these terrible events would have happened if I were President!!!)).”

U.S. inflation numbers for June have yet to be released, but the annualized rate of 8.6% in May marked a 40-year high.

On Jan. 19, 2021, one day before Joe Biden became president, the national average cost of a gallon of gas was $2.38, according to AAA. A gallon is now $4.80 on average, slightly lower than the all-time national high of $5.01 less than a month ago.

In a Fourth of July video published to Truth Social hours after Trump first, he promised the situation in the country would get better.

“America’s destiny is in our sights. America’s heroes are embedded in our hearts. America’s future is in our hands, and ladies and gentlemen, the best is yet to come,” he said in a voiceover of a patriotic video compilation featuring him in front of Mount Rushmore and visiting veterans.

Trump also made a series of posts Monday criticizing the Jan. 6 committee and Vice Chairwoman Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyoming.

“Warmongering and despicable human being Liz Cheney, who is hated by the great people of Wyoming (down 35!), keeps saying, over and over again, that HER Fake Unselect Committee may recommend CRIMINAL CHARGES against a President of the United States who got more votes than any sitting President in history. Even the Dems didn’t  know what she was talking about!” he wrote.

The former president also asked how he could be considered guilty of a crime when he recommended deploying 10,000 troops to protect the Capitol on Jan. 6.

“There would have been no ‘January 6’ if they had followed my recommendation. The Unselect Committee refuses to even mention this totally conclusive and determinative fact. WITCH HUNT!” he stated.

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Nolte: On This July 4th, Trump Is America’s Most Popular Politician

Nolte: On This July 4th, Trump Is America’s Most Popular Politician

If you want to talk about the corporate media’s waning influence over public opinion… Donald Trump is currently the most popular politician in America.

According to the latest polling from Harvard Caps Harris Poll, despite seven years and billions of corporate dollars spent to destroy him, despite two fake impeachments and this Kangaroo January 6th Committee, Trump’s favorable rating is higher than any other politician in America—including politicians the fake media have spent billions of dollars propping up—like Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-Fascist).

The poll was taken between June 28-29 of 1,308 registered voters. (The Supreme Court aborted Roe v. Wade on June 24.)

Okay, here we go…

A total of 42 percent have a favorable opinion of Trump. That puts him two points ahead of second place Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-OLD); three points ahead of former Vice President Mike Pence, who sits in third place; and four points ahead of His Fraudulency Joe Biden, who sits in fourth place.

Also of interest is the fact that 26 percent of those polled have a “very favorable” view of Trump, which is well ahead of second place in the “very favorable” category, Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL), who has a 19 percent “very favorable” rating and an overall favorable rating of 34 percent.

Only two politicians enjoy a net favorable rating — meaning their favorable rating is higher than their unfavorable rating — and that’s DeSantis, who is +6 points (34 percent favorable, 28 percent unfavorable), and Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC). He is +3 points (23 percent favorable, 20 percent unfavorable).

Media darling Ocasio-Cortez’s favorable rating is only 27 percent, with 40 percent viewing her unfavorably.

The politicians with the worst net favorability rating are soon-to-be-former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Extremist) at -27 points (29 percent favorable, 56 percent unfavorable); Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) at -22 points (25 percent favorable, 47 percent unfavorable); and two-time presidential loser and female cuck Hillary Clinton (D-LOL) at -19 points (34 percent favorable, 53 percent unfavorable).

Trump is -8, with 42 percent favorable, 50 percent unfavorable.

Joe Biden is -16, with 38 percent favorable, 54 percent unfavorable.

Her Vice Fraudulency Kamala Harris is -13, with 37 percent favorable,  50 percent unfavorable.

The pollster uses something called a “delta” to gauge net favorability. I just used the math explained above, so in some cases, my numbers are different.

The overall Democrat party sits at a -20 net rating, with a 40 percent approval rating and 60 percent disapproval rating. To grasp how big of a media fail that it, this poll was taken the week after the Supreme Court ended the moral and legal atrocity known as Roe v. Wade.

The GOP’s net approval rating is only down 10 points, with 55 percent disapproving and 45 percent approving.

Biden’s approval rating hit a record low in this poll of 38 percent, while 57 percent disapprove. Only 32 percent approve of his economic stewardship. Handling inflation, dealing with violence and crime, and handling immigration show him at 28 percent, 34 percent, and 37 percent approval, respectively.

Most striking is that 62 percent say they see inflation as a top concern, while only 14 percent say the same about climate change (which is a hoax). What’s fascinating about this is that the reason we have inflation is in large part due to record gas prices. The reason we have record gas prices is that in order to fight climate change (which is a hoax), Biden deliberately drove the price of gas up by killing domestic pipelines, production, and exploration.

Anyway, to reiterate my original point: On this 4th of July, despite all the lies and smears and kangaroo courts and billions of dollars in media propaganda, Donald Trump is the most popular politician in America.

Suck on that, media.

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Trump gets last laugh against ‘deep state’ [A John Solomon Pod-Cast]

Trump gets last laugh against ‘deep state’ [A John Solomon Pod-Cast]


After battling bureaucrats throughout his Presidency, A Trump-infused Supreme Court reins in federal bureaucracy in historic fashion.

By John Solomon

Donald Trump accused the “deep state” of trying to ruin his presidency from Russia collusion to two impeachments, but the 45th president may have gotten the last laugh 18 months after leaving office when a Supreme Court infused with three of his appointees drastically reined in the powers of alphabet-soup federal bureaucracy.

Thursday’s ruling in the case of West Virginia v. Environmental Protection Agency significantly confined the ability of unelected federal bureaucrats to make law or policy outside of Congress.

In the decision written by Chief Justice John Roberts, the court held 6-3 that under the so-called major questions doctrine, judges can strike down federal agency regulations that have substantial economic effects when Congress did not give explicit authority to the agency to make such decisions.

The federal bureaucracy “must point to clear congressional authorization for the power it claims,” Roberts wrote in a ruling that shook Washington on Thursday.

You can read the ruling here:

While the court decision involved the Environmental Protection Agency and its efforts to restrain coal-fired electric plants, experts warned it could have vast impact on regulatory agencies across the nation’s capital, forcing them to prove Congress gave them explicit powers before they impose new federal rules.

Leah Litman, a University of Michigan law professor, tweeted the decision is “a cudgel against administrative agencies” and their powers to control industries.

The ruling reaffirms the Founding Fathers’ belief that “any limits on freedom be passed by Congress, not by kings and exchequers and bureaucrats and ministers,” J. Christian Adams, a former U.S. Justice Department attorney, told Just the News.

“Unfortunately, the EPA is full of ministers and exchequers, and they decided that they didn’t like coal,” Adams said in an interview with the John Solomon Reports podcast.

Bureaucrats “love to control everyone’s lives,” he added. “And the Supreme Court said, “Look, we’re a republic, because we put power with the people, with Congress, where … if we want to do something, they have to go through a process.’

“In Washington the number of people involved in issuing this edict, there might have been 30 or 40 people, and those 30 or 40 people were responsible for basically ruining the jobs and employment and welfare of so many people across West Virginia and Kentucky, Colorado, because of their edict that got rid of coal.”

For many observers, especially conservatives, the ruling also was a marquee legacy for Trump and his efforts to shape a more conservative Supreme Court with the appointments of Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett.

“I guarantee you that [Trump] is enjoying some of these decisions being made by the Court,” said Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, a longtime ally of the former president. “Look, you know our country was set up with three branches of government. And we’ve developed a fourth, and it’s all of these federal agencies that really go way beyond anything that could have ever been met by our founders.”

Added Patrick Morrisey, the West Virginia attorney general who brought the landmark case against the EPA: “I think President Trump did some amazing things with the federal judiciary, and he doesn’t get enough credit for that. And I really applaud the court for the decision that they made because this has the opportunity to be kind of transformative, and ensuring that the administrative state understands that it has to live under the same Constitution that we all do.”

Even before his presidency began, Trump was assaulted by the federal bureaucracy, which launched a since-discredited Russia collusion investigation, leaked his private conversations with world leaders, resisted his orders and allied with Democrats to pursue two impeachment cases that ended in acquittal.

Trump emerged from those skirmishes to remain as popular as ever with his base — and now more popular than his successor Joe Biden — while federal bureaucrats now will see reduced powers and influence as a result of the court’s ruling Thursday.

“It was such a win for the American people, but also for Donald Trump,” former presidential spokesman Hogan Gidley told “Just the News, Not Noise” television show on Friday. “I mean, how many times did he have to fight the deep state? How many times did he have to fight the bureaucrats up here in Washington?

“This ruling means Congress gets to make up what those emission standards are going to be and not some bureaucratic agency like the EPA. So another win for the American people. Another win for those who’ve been fighting against the bureaucracy, chief among those being, of course, the former President Donald Trump.”

Adams, the former Justice Department official, said Trump’s legacy years from now may very well be that he clipped the wings of Washington elites.

“I think that’s the big story is the regular people finally have a voice of the Supreme Court instead of the elites,” he said.

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Gold-backed Russian ruble now strongest of all currencies

from Alison Ryan

Col. Richard Black (ret.) was former head of the US Army’s Criminal Law Division at the Pentagon and served in the Virginia legislature first as Representative and then as a State Senator and recently, 18-19 June, he addressed the topic “There Can Be No Peace Without the Bankruptcy Reorganisation of the Dying Trans-Atlantic Financial System.”

He said: “The sanctions war has failed. The entire financial might of the Western World was unleashed against Russia. The Biden administration swore that the Russian ruble would be crushed into dust. But today, the ruble is stronger than before the war. This year, it has been the strongest of all currencies. Russian inflation peaked around 15 per cent and is expected to subside. But as their inflation tops out, Europe’s and America’s have just begun skyrocketing dangerously. The price of bitcoin dropped 5,000 points just overnight. The stock market is becoming extremely erratic and rocky. The Economist reports that Russia is generating a record trade surplus, with a billion dollars a day flowing in from oil and gas. Russia’s US$250 billion trade surplus more than doubled its surplus in the year before the war. Despite sanctions, Russia has forged stronger ties with China, India, South Africa, Iran, Brazil, Saudi Arabia; all of which continue trading at enhanced levels with Russia.”

Other voices are speaking too.

“According to [Russian State] Duma President Volodin, the emerging G8, of Russia, China, India, Indonesia, Brazil, Mexico, Iran, and Turkey, already has bypassed the G7 in terms of the GDP. Other organisations and nations are working toward a new model of a global order, such as the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation, the Collective Security Treaty Organisation, ASEAN, and many nations in the Global South. What all of these countries are aiming at, is the wish for common poverty alleviation, real development of their physical economies, national sovereignty, the right to choose their own model of social and economic development, and cooperation in their mutual interests….”

“So, the ‘democracies’ are really only the US, Great Britain, the EU (which, however, is divided), Japan, Australia, and South Korea. So when, at the end of this month, the annual
NATO Summit meets in Madrid to present a plan for a Global NATO and a new security doctrine, without a real economic development plan, naturally, which it certainly will not have,
it will fail to address the actual needs of a world faced with famine, pandemic, and economic chaos.”

The Australian Alert Service 29 June states: “Anthony Albanese has taken the reins of an Australian government apparatus that is tied closely into the Anglo-American war machine, and the failing City of London-Wall Street financial system. While the new PM hasn’t had a chance to do much yet, the early signs on foreign policy are alarming. His participation this week in the NATO summit in Spain, the alliance that deliberately caused the current Ukraine conflict, and his rhetoric pledging Australia will work with its NATO “allies and partners, globally and in the Indo-Pacific”, combined with his refusal to repeat the public support he
expressed as Opposition Leader for releasing Julian Assange, demonstrate the strength of our bonds.”

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BENJAMIN FULFORD: THE RETURN OF ” D. J. TRUMP ” OPERATION END-GAME PROTOCOLS, ACTIVATED!!

BENJAMIN FULFORD: THE RETURN OF ” D. J. TRUMP ” OPERATION END-GAME PROTOCOLS, ACTIVATED!!

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BENJAMIN FULFORD: THE RETURN OF “D. J. TRUMP ” OPERATION END GAME PROTOCOLS, ACTIVATED! As the USA & Canada, approach their day’s of independence to celebrate, the Whitehats prepare to celebrate on the new date marking their brand new day of the liberation of humanity. The REAL DONALD J. TRUMP is back, as another massive swath of DEEPSTATE leaders has been targeted and systematically destroyed or removed by the Trump whitehat operation. TRUMP’S return has triggered and ACTIVATED THE END-GAME PROTOCOLS, IT IS HAPPENING RIGHT NOW!! TRUMP also promises a RESTORATION of DEMOCRACY for NORTH AMERICA. THE CLEAN-UP OPERATION IS IN IT’S FINAL STAGES.

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Donald Trump Would Lead Joe Biden in a ‘Laugher’ If The Election Were Held Today

Donald Trump Would Lead Joe Biden in a ‘Laugher’ If The Election Were Held Today


Donald Trump Would Lead Joe Biden in a ‘Laugher’ If The Election Were Held Today

By Kyle Becker

The 2024 election is over two years away, but American voters suffering under the Biden regime is pining to give the Democrats a ‘November to remember.’

The U.S. economy is now in a tailspin due to grim market conditions and the Fed’s actions to curb surging inflation. It is now in its worst position since the first term of Biden’s mentor Barack Obama.

In a hypothetical matchup between former President Donald Trump and current President Joe Biden in a new Emerson poll, voters would select Trump by a margin of five points.

“The national survey shows Trump leading Biden 44 percent to 39 percent in a head-to-head match-up, while another 12 percent of voters say they plan to vote for someone else,” The Hill reported.

“Trump’s support has held firm since May, when the same poll found him notching 44 percent support in a 2024 race against Biden,” the report added. “But Biden’s support has waned somewhat since then, dropping from 42 percent in May to 39 percent in late June.”

While Biden claims he plans to seek a second term in 2024, there is a significant amount of doubt among voters that he is mentally and physically fit for office.

The Emerson Poll is significant due to the massive pro-Democrat bias among mainstream pollsters. In 2020, the media gave Biden an unwarranted 8-point edge beyond statistical reality, according to Pew Research.

“Most preelection polls in 2020 overstated Joe Biden’s lead over Donald Trump in the national vote for president, and in some states incorrectly indicated that Biden would likely win or that the race would be close when it was not,” Pew Research remarked. “These problems led some commentators to argue that ‘polling is irrevocably broken,’ that pollsters should be ignored, or that ‘the polling industry is a wreck, and should be blown up.’”

Thus, the 8-point advantage pollsters gave to Biden ahead of 2020 would be a 5-point deficit ahead of a hypothetical match-up with Trump if the election were held today, all other things being equal.

But as we saw with 2020 election problems, there may be another reason polls don’t reflect political reality: Democrats may unconstitutionally change election laws and carry out other unlawful activities, such as strategically position ‘drop boxes,’ in order to gain unfair advantages.

There were other advantages for Biden. The U.S. mainstream media carried out an unprecedented, highly unethical media campaign to tilt the election in favor of of Joe Biden. The corporate media conducted negative information warfare against Donald Trump before he even stepped a foot in office.

Despite all of the underhanded tactics, Donald Trump won by nearly two points in the aggregate of 15 battleground states, but lost by razor-thin margins in a number of swing states: Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Arizona. Trump also won in 18 of the country’s 19 historic ‘bellwether’ counties.

In related news the Supreme Court has taken up a major election integrity case (story below) that would restore power to the state legislatures to determine election laws without interference from the courts. It would not rectify the 2020 election, but it would restore more voter confidence in election moving forward.

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Kasich: January 6 Probe ‘Melting’ Trump Like the Wicked Witch of the West

Former Gov. John Kasich (R-OH) said Friday on CNN’s “Situation Room” that the hearings by the House Select Committee investigating January 6, 2021 are causing former President Donald Trump to melt like the Wicked Witch of the West.

Discussing Trump, anchor Wolf Blitzer asked, “Does this feel from your perspective like a potential turning point for some Republicans?”

Kasich said, “Oh yeah. He’s taking on water. He is shrinking. I said he reminds me of the Wicked Witch of the West. When they threw a bucket of water on her, she started melting. He is losing influence, and people beginning to say you know what? Whether I believe the details or not, this is not our guy.”

He added, “The other thing I think needs to be made clear is into this woman’s testimony, Cassidy Hutchinson, if people are going to take shots at her, they should do it under oath. If they don’t agree with her story and are able to recount another one, fine, testify under oath. The other thing is, can you believe this guy trying to go to the Capitol to overturn the election? It is beyond reprehensible. It’s hard for me to believe in our country to have somebody doing this, but this guy has done so much. I never felt he was fit for the office.”

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