The Biden administration is once again changing their tune about COVID-19.

President Biden said after beating the virus that Americans should keep wearing masks and get vaccinated and boosted, but they'll probably still contract the virus at some point.

"My symptoms were mild, recovery was quick, and I’m feeling great," Biden said.

"You should consider wearing a mask when you’re in a crowded indoor public place," Biden said. "These precautions add an extra layer of protection for you and for those around you."

"Every person age five and older should get a booster shot," he said, urging people over 50 to get two booster shots.

Then he said the thing that has everyone scratching their heads:

"The reality is that BA.5 means many of us are still going to get Covid, even if we take the precautions," Biden said.

"You can live without fear by doing what I did, get vaccinated, get boosted," he said.

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Former President Donald Trump has announced he plans to sue CNN.

"Donald Trump on Wednesday announced his intention to sue CNN, one of the prime purveyors of what Trump has famously deemed 'fake news,' over 'repeated defamatory statements' against him, warning that he will take similar action against other media outlets as well," reports Breitbart.

A 282-page letter, addressed to CNN’s Chief Executive Officer Chris Licht and CNN’s executive Vice President and General Counsel David Vigilante, asks for:

"...a full and fair correction, apology, or retraction, in the same editions or corresponding issues of the website publication in which the aforementioned articles, transcripts, or broadcasts appeared and in as conspicuous a place and type as said original article, transcript or broadcast within ten (10) days from the date of service of this notice."

"Failure to publish such a correction, apology, or retraction will result in the filing of a lawsuit and damages being sought against you, CNN," the letter continues, detailing several samples of what Trump’s team deems is defamation.

"I have notified CNN of my intent to file a lawsuit over their repeated defamatory statements against me," Trump said.

"I will also be commencing actions against other media outlets who have defamed me and defrauded the public regarding the overwhelming evidence of fraud throughout the 2020 Election," Trump added promising to "never stop fighting for the truth and for the future of our Country!"

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Trump enemies are beginning to admit defeat, and Joy Behar of ABC's "The View" is one of those who recognizes a lack of evidence against Trump in the January 6 hearings.

"Behar told her co-hosts Wednesday on ABC’s 'The View' that she has not seen a 'smoking gun' during the January 6 hearings, so she believes former President Donald Trump will not be prosecuted," reported Breitbart.

Behar said, "I don’t know. I mean, you know, there was a report today in The Washington Post by, what is her name? Carol Leonnig she broke the story, and Lester Holt said it could cause a disruption in the country, and Merrick Garland said, that’s not my problem. My problem is to bring people to justice if they’re guilty."

"Okay, good. On the other hand, they say it’s a very high bar to prosecute a sitting president or a former president," Behar added. "It’s never been done before. It’s a very, very high bar."

"But if Merrick Garland is saying no one is above the law," Behar added, "then what does the high bar mean? The whole thing is very confusing, and it makes me insecure about whether this will actually happen for Trump. The high bar, yes, and he’s definitely out to prove he did something wrong, but, again, they say that we’ve never seen this before. I don’t believe it. I don’t believe it."

Co-host Sunny Hostin asked, "You don’t believe that he’ll be prosecuted?"

Behar answered, "No, I don’t."

Hostin asked again, "Even though I have been saying it for a couple of months, Joy?"

Behar said, "You know I have the highest esteem for you, my dear, and I believe you. But in my gut, I say to myself. He’s such a snake. He’ll find a way out of this."

Behar continued, "When he says to the guy, Raffensperger, all I need is this many votes. That sounds bad, right?"

Behar added, "He could say, you know, maybe they were missing. I wanted to make sure they counted correctly. There’s no smoking gun here that I see yet."

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For many conservatives, the choice has come down to two men that we should hitch our wagon to in 2024: Donald Trump or Ron DeSantis.

The only issue with that could be the primaries.

Both men are so no-nonsense and so determined to succeed that there are very real concerns that the two could torpedo each other and cause dislike of the GOP candidate in the general election.

That WAS a concern anyway. Representative Matt Gaetz of Florida doesn't think that such a scenario could happen.

"I think that's highly unlikely," the Republican said.

While many Americans think that Trump and DeSantis are enemies, Gaetz doesn't see it that way. He doesn't think Ron will get involved in 2024 if Donald is there.

"What I can tell you is these guys are on the same side. We want to see a Republican Party that is a national party, a winning party, a fighting party. I think President Trump really views DeSantis’s success with great pride, that he took someone who was in Congress and that he saw great potential in and he nurtured that leadership that Ron DeSantis has now displayed to the world. It’s a great working relationship that all three of us have. So, I think it’s largely a media creation that they want to find ways to cause schisms and disagreements in our movement. My expectation is they will both be back in the White House one day. I think Donald Trump will probably be back in the White House in 2024, but for many years I’ve held the view that Ron DeSantis will be president one day and I’ve seen nothing that would in any way dampen that."

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Kellyanne Conway hasn't been in headlines for a while, but now she's back.


Conway recently appeared on America's Newsroom on Fox, and while there, she gave her opinion of how the current regime is doing in the White House.

In case you're not able to guess, let me spoil it for you: Conway's review was NOT good.

She began by ranting against Joe Biden for being so unpopular and soon turned her attention to Kamala Harris, who is doing just as bad of a job.

"Guess who doesn’t register on that poll of five? Joe's vice president, Kamala Harris," Conway said. "Normally, your vice president is the president in waiting if you’re not going to run or if you’ve served two terms, and she literally does not register. She is doing even worse than Biden when it comes to the poll position but also when it comes to favorability. That poll in New Hampshire … Biden’s net favorability is plus 19% among Democrats and independents in New Hampshire — the first primary state. So, if he starts taking on water within his own party and is going to face not just headwinds in polls now but an actual primary challenger, too, within his own party, that spells trouble, that can really weaken the frontrunner — the incumbent president."

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It would appear as though Nancy Pelosi is officially headed to Taiwan.

China has sent many strongly worded warnings against the endeavor, but Nervous Nancy is going to do it anyway.

The news comes from the camp of Representative Michael McCaul, a Republican from Texas.

McCaul, ranking member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee was even invited by Nancy to join her on her jaunt to Taiwan.

McCaul declined.

"Rep. McCaul was invited but is unable to attend due to a prior commitment. He also believes the Speaker or any other American official should be able to visit Taiwan if they would like to," McCaul's aide said.

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When it comes to Joe Biden's horrific approval rating:

It's definitely not the Republicans at this point.

The independents really can't be faulted either.

Even Democrats deserve a little bit of a break.

Nobody likes Joe Biden, not even one of the three groups above. But you can't be mad at those groups because literally NOBODY likes Joe Biden.

Not even the people in Joe's own hometown.

Bicycle Joe has long declared the town of Scranton, Pennsylvania to be his home city.

You think that if he's willing to do that, then the people of Scranton should be able to support Jumping Joe.

Nothing could be further from the truth.

Less than fifty percent of voters in Biden's home county believe he's doing an acceptable job.

"Lackawanna County, which includes Scranton, slid from 60% in July 2020 to 47% as of late June."

Perhaps it's time for Joe to go crawl back on that rock he'd been sunning his lizard skin on.

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The news is in on Hunter Biden, and there doesn't appear to be a darn thing that daddy can do about it.

Hunter's officially being investigated.

This particular investigation is being led by Representative James Comer of Kentucky.

The top House Republican on the Oversight Committee demanded Hunter Biden's wealth advisor turn over "suspicious" bank records.

I don't know exactly what makes these bank records suspicious, but if it's good enough for Comer, it's good enough for me.

Here's a list from Breitbart detailing Comer's specific demands:

- All documents, communications, and information related to SARs flagged by U.S. banks connected to Hunter Biden or any business entity connected to Hunter Biden, James Biden, or other Biden family members and associates.

- All financial records in Prewitt, Mahler, Tucker’s possession and/or custody regarding Hunter Biden’s business entities, including but not limited to Owasco PC, Owasco LLC, Skanaeteles, and Rosemont Seneca Advisors.

- A list of all accounts opened by Hunter Biden, Eric Schwerin, or any of their affiliated entities.

- All documents and communications between any employee of Prewitt, Mahler, Tucker and any of the following individuals: a. Hunter Biden; b. James Biden; c. Joe Biden; d. Eric Schwerin

Let the investigation begin.

CBS: “More than 150 transactions involving either Hunter or James Biden's global business affairs were flagged as concerning by U.S. banks for further review.”

Meanwhile, the Biden White House has their heads in the sand: “We don't comment on the laptop.”

— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) April 7, 2022

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Trump has made the official announcement about who he's rolling with:

Dustin Johnson and Bryson DeChambeau.

In case you've never heard of those men before, it's okay. We're not talking politicians here, those are the golf pros that are going to be playing with Donald Trump this weekend.

The LIV Golf Invitational is the inaugural event of the PGA Tour's newest and biggest competitor.

It's already lured some of the biggest names in golf away from the PGA tour, and with the support of Donald Trump, that's a trend that just might continue.

"Just arrived in Bedminster for the big LIV Tour Golf Tournament. Record money to winners, great excitement. Come on out on Friday, Saturday or Sunday to watch the great play by the best players!"

Other celebrities playing at the event include Caitlyn Jenner and Charles Barkley.

Let’s have so much fun at this pro-am @LIVGolfInv

— Caitlyn Jenner (@Caitlyn_Jenner) July 25, 2022

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Tuesday, July 26, 2022 was a historic day for fans of Donald Trump.

It marked the first time he had given a speech in Washington, D.C. since leaving office.

The speech came at the America First Policy Institute.

In case you were worried that Donald isn't still worried about making America great again, he's still very much keen on the idea.

In fact, in order to show he's not been sitting on his hands, the man outlined 42 things that need to change to get America where it needs to be.

Some of the topics included in his list of 42 were protecting the Second Amendment, protecting our law enforcement officers, protecting our border, protecting our schools, protecting our children, and protecting our elections.

A lot of protecting was suggested.

To read the full list of 42 proposals, click on the link below:

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