A disturbing hoax and a dangerous fantasy diary
we say: President Biden’s lies about jobs never end. truth? Most of the jobs he “created” have only replaced jobs lost to COVID. In January 2020, Federal Reserve data showed that he had 152 million nonfarm workers in the United States. Only 153 million last month. If he catches up with other presidents, millions.
we say: If Musk released documents proving that Joe Biden himself pressed a button to lock out the Twitter account that shared The Washington Post’s Hunter Biden story, MSNBC would definitely “manipulate” it. Call it a ‘flop’ and you’ll call it a ‘flop’. The Democrats wielded a great deal of undue influence to crush the Post’s coverage of corruption in the Biden family.or should do it It will be big news.
“President … has taken action to secure our borders and build a fair, orderly and humane immigration system.”
— White House Press Secretary Carine Jean-Pierre, Tuesday
we say: Border Patrol agents faced 2.4 million immigrants last year, a 40% increase over Biden’s first record-breaking year. In November, a record high of 73,000 “fugitives” (those found by border patrol but not apprehended) were recorded. that is protect the border?
we say: Media personality Keith Olberman may want to consider anxiety medication. Yes, Donald Trump’s proposal for ending the rules, including the Constitution, was truly ridiculous, but it wasn’t. near “Revolutionary Attempt”. in the meantime, Olbermann’s own suggestion, taking Trump into military custody was equally ridiculous. And unconstitutional.
“Fiscal responsibility is very important to us in a Biden administration.”
— White House Chief of Staff Ron Klein, Monday
we say: Sorry, absolute past What President Biden and his team care about is “fiscal responsibility.” They added about $5 trillion to the national debt by 2031, according to the Federal Budget Committee for Responsibility — on top of Trillions are already due to be added. Indeed, the Democrats’ huge spending since Biden took office, much of which has been billed to the nation’s credit cards, is a major contributor to inflation in the United States.
— Edited by The Post Editorial Board