Biden Actions ... And Reactions

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member
Biden Demonizes Unvaccinated People: They ‘Are Sowing Enormous Confusion,’ ‘Not Nearly As Smart As I Thought’



“Will you require all federal employees to get vaccinated?” the reporter asked.

“That’s under consideration right now,” Biden responded, “but if you’re not vaccinated, you’re not nearly as smart as I thought you were.”

“Are you concerned that the CDC’s new mask guidance could sow confusion?” the reporter pressed.

“We have a pandemic because of the unvaccinated are sowing enormous confusion,” Biden answered. “And the more we learn, the more we learn about this virus in the Delta variation, the more we have to be worried and concerned. And only one thing we know for sure, if those other 100 million people got vaccinated, we’d be in a very different world. So get vaccinated, if you haven’t, you’re not nearly as smart as I say you are.”
 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member
Joe Biden Is Colluding With Big Tech To Suppress Free Speech


This notion – that the companies maintaining our public square are subject to government guidance on censorship – was so odious that it prompted a rare instance of Big Tech pushback. After Biden incredulously doubled down by accusing Facebook of “killing people” by not censoring Americans more aggressively, Facebook responded with a withering statement. “We will not be distracted by accusations which aren’t supported by the facts,” Facebook wrote, clearly angering Biden staffers accustomed to total subservience from Silicon Valley oligarchs. White House Communications Director Kate Bedingfield promptly fired back, demanding that social media companies be “held accountable” for allowing “misinformation” to spread on their platforms. Americans need to pay attention: the White House now wants to decide what qualifies as “real” information. Allowing partisan actors to assume that power would be a devastating, irreversible mistake. Republicans won’t let it happen.

There is no question that Big Tech companies have gotten too powerful. They have a sordid history of censoring conservative voices and have been fined billions for violating consumer privacy rights. However, that doesn’t mean that we can cede control over America’s information ecosystem to this power-drunk White House. Joe Biden’s administration has entered worrisome new territory in their efforts to punish Americans who dare to disagree with their line of thinking. They are saying the quiet part out loud, and Americans should be deeply concerned.
 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member
Biden Administration Defies Federal Ruling, Processes DACA Applications



“USCIS believes that the technological and systematic solutions described … will provide a stopgap to prevent the issuance of new initial DACA grants,” Renaud told Judge Hanen, who ruled that DACA had been created illegally.

DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas was the USCIS Director at the time DACA was created and oversaw its implementation.
Rosemary Jenks, the vice president of NumbersUSA, doesn’t buy the human error explanation.

“Both Secretary Mayorkas and acting Director Renaud are responsible for ensuring that every employee is in compliance with legal rulings. Their failure to do so is not surprising considering their willingness to also ignore laws enacted by Congress,” Jenks said.

Robert Law, the former chief of the office of policy and strategy at USCIS in the Trump administration, also seems suspicious of the “human error” excuse because the breaches only benefited illegal immigrants.
 

Hijinx

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Biden Administration Defies Federal Ruling, Processes DACA Applications



“USCIS believes that the technological and systematic solutions described … will provide a stopgap to prevent the issuance of new initial DACA grants,” Renaud told Judge Hanen, who ruled that DACA had been created illegally.

DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas was the USCIS Director at the time DACA was created and oversaw its implementation.
Rosemary Jenks, the vice president of NumbersUSA, doesn’t buy the human error explanation.

“Both Secretary Mayorkas and acting Director Renaud are responsible for ensuring that every employee is in compliance with legal rulings. Their failure to do so is not surprising considering their willingness to also ignore laws enacted by Congress,” Jenks said.

Robert Law, the former chief of the office of policy and strategy at USCIS in the Trump administration, also seems suspicious of the “human error” excuse because the breaches only benefited illegal immigrants.

And absolutely nothing will be done about it.
 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member
Biden Answers Question About Letting Untested Migrants Into U.S.




“You just said there is no wall high enough and no ocean wide enough to protect us from the virus. So what is the thinking behind letting untested and unvaccinated migrants cross the southern border into U.S. cities in record numbers?” asked Doocy.

Biden responded, “We have not withdrawn the order that is sometimes critical, or criticized, saying that unvaccinated people should…go back across the border. But unaccompanied children is a different story…That’s the most humane thing to do, is to test them and to treat them and not send them back alone.”

While the president appeared not to address Doocy’s question directly, some groups are increasingly unhappy with his actions at the border even as others criticize the administration for allowing migrants into the country who might have COVID-19.
 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member
President Biden Announces on Live TV That He Intends to Break His Oath of Office

President Biden knows that the CDC’s eviction moratorium is illegal, having, per Gene Sperling, “not only kicked the tires,” but “double, triple, quadruple checked.” He also knows that the Supreme Court has ruled that it is illegal, and that the majority of the legal scholars he has consulted think that the Court is correct.

And yet, because a bunch of progressives have spent the day complaining, Biden announced just now that he intends to violate his oath and reissue the order anyway. “The bulk of the constitutional scholars,” Biden admitted at his press conference just now, “say it’s not likely to pass constitutional muster.” Then he said that he was prepared to try his luck anyway.
 

herb749

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Then he'll create a fund for those who took advantage of not paying by bailing them out and throwing $500. to those that did keep up.
 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member
Biden Reinstates Ban On Evicting Renters; Threatens Landlords With Jail Time, Up To $250k Fines


“A person violating this Order may be subject to a fine of no more than $100,000 or one year in jail, or both, if the violation does not result in a death, or a fine of no more than $250,000 or one year in jail, or both if the violation results in a death or s otherwise provided by law,” the new order, drafted by the Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention (CDC) states.

“An organization violating this Order may be subject to a fine of no more than $200,000 per event if the violation does not result in a death or $500,000 per event if the violation results in a death or as otherwise provided by law,” the order continues. “The U.S. Department of Justice may initiate criminal proceedings as appropriate seeking imposition of these criminal penalties.”
 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member
White House, CDC Insist ‘Lawyers’ And ‘White House Counsel’ Signed Off On Eviction Moratorium Extension


“The administration, the White House, was engaged directly with the [Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)] at the direction of the president to ask them to look into what legal options — if any, if any — existed — there were — to extend the eviction moratorium,” she explained to reporters.

“When we put out a statement on Monday … that also made clear in there that at that time they had not yet found a legal pathway forward,” she added.

“What was announced yesterday was not an extension of the existing moratorium, which was of course, national. It was a more limited moratorium that was going to be impacting and helping areas that were hardest hit by COVID — so different than the last moratorium,” she said.
 

herb749

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White House, CDC Insist ‘Lawyers’ And ‘White House Counsel’ Signed Off On Eviction Moratorium Extension


“The administration, the White House, was engaged directly with the [Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)] at the direction of the president to ask them to look into what legal options — if any, if any — existed — there were — to extend the eviction moratorium,” she explained to reporters.

“When we put out a statement on Monday … that also made clear in there that at that time they had not yet found a legal pathway forward,” she added.

“What was announced yesterday was not an extension of the existing moratorium, which was of course, national. It was a more limited moratorium that was going to be impacting and helping areas that were hardest hit by COVID — so different than the last moratorium,” she said.

I'd heard they haven't used all the 1st batch of money that was set up. Only half.
 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member
Biden to Push for Dirty Electric Cars Our Power Grids Aren't Ready to Support


Joe Biden can’t go a single day without issuing some edict on behalf of his leftist supporters. The man who ran as a moderate Democrat will reportedly push for about half of all U.S. cars to be electric just nine years from now.


President Joe Biden will set a new national target on Thursday for the adoption of electric vehicles, calling for them to represent half of all new auto sales by 2030, according to senior administration officials.
The target is expected to be supported by companies such as General Motors, Ford Motor and Stellantis, formerly Fiat Chrysler. Executives of the Detroit automakers are scheduled to attend an event Thursday at the White House and pledge EV sales of between 40% and 50% by 2030.
Of course they will. They’re all rent-seekers now and seek to curry favor with the government that will buy up a whopping proportion of the EVs they make.

Toyota may remain notably quiet about this. The world’s largest automaker has repeatedly warned that our power grids aren’t ready to power billions of EVs. Elon Musk has said the same, and he’s atop the world’s largest EV automaker, Tesla. Neither Toyota nor Tesla oppose EVs. Neither do I, for that matter. They just don’t think our grids are ready to power them without very significant investment and overhauls. Who is going to pay for that? Biden’s bloated infrastructure bill doesn’t address it.
 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member
Biden: Even if the Court eventually rules against our eviction moratorium, we can keep it in place for months by appealing


This is the aspect of his moratorium chicanery that I find most breathtaking, the frank admission that he’s trying to exploit the legal process to extend a dubious executive order. Most everyone else has focused on the substance of what the White House did, replacing a certainly illegal moratorium order with a new one which they have every reason to know is almost certainly illegal.


And that’s appalling. But the problem could be solved if the courts reacted quickly by scheduling an expedited hearing on the numerous challenges to the new order. When the president is as candid as Biden is here in admitting that he’s gaming the judicial system to keep an illegal measure in place for as long as he can, they have a duty to stop him by putting all other business on hold to consider the merits of that measure. If they don’t, they’re letting him get away with it.


 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member
Biden: ‘Who Knows?’ If Eviction Moratorium Is Constitutional, Will ‘Keep This Going For A While’ Anyway


“Asked by reporters at the White House if he believes the moratorium is constitutional, Biden replied, ‘I think it is,’ though he added that he ‘can’t guarantee” the Supreme Court won’t strike it down,'” Forbes reported Friday.

The consensus of scholars, Biden said, was, “‘We think you have the authority … but, in this court, who knows?’”

Biden was, apparently, referring to the current “split” in the Court, with conservatives making a majority of the Court’s nine votes.

“When announcing the new moratorium on Tuesday, Biden said the ‘bulk’ of scholars believe it is ‘not likely to pass constitutional muster,’ but that several ‘key scholars’ think it might, and is ‘worth the effort,'” Forbes noted.
 
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