Reminiscent of the Ministry of Truth in George Orwell’s infamous dystopian novel, Nineteen Eighty-Four, there are reports that President Joe Biden has set up a similar office called the “Disinformation Governance Board.”
A poll released by Fannie Mae revealed that in March 2022 nearly three-quarters of Americans (73%) stated that the US economy is on the ‘wrong track’.
A recent Gallup Poll revealed that only 24% of Americans are satisfied with the direction the country is going, which means that 76% are concerned, to varying degrees, about what is going on.
On his first day of office, President Joe Biden used an executive order to shut down the Keystone pipeline that would transport in oil from Canada. The decision resulted in the loss of 10,000 well-paying jobs.
Gas prices in the US are skyrocketing, not solely because of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, but due in large part to the policies of President Joe Biden. Since he was elected, Biden has shut down oil pipelines and reduced oil production in the US to appease his global warming fanatic base.
Fox News reports that in recent interviews with the press, US President Joe Biden made several statements suggesting that others behind the scenes were actually running the show.
According to an article on UCA News, Christians in Bangladesh are now worried that the Taliban’s success in Afghanistan may result in increased attacks on Christians in that country, as extremists are emboldened by the Taliban’s success.
According to an article in the New York Post, President Joe Biden’s botched handling of America’s withdrawal from Afghanistan has resulted in the Taliban seizing billions of dollars of American weapons that had been previously given to the Afghanistan army. According to the report, the American government has giving the Afghan army over $28 billion in weapons since 2002, including several helicopters gifted over the past couple of months. Provided they have not been damaged or destroyed, the Taliban now potentially has access to upwards of 600,000 assault rifles, nearly 20,000 night-vision goggles, 200 aircraft including Black Hawk helicopters, 2,000 armoured vehicles and as well several military drones. Some have suggested the night vision goggles are the biggest concern as it allows the Taliban to operate at night. According to the report, over the past four years, the American army gave the Afghan army, “7,035 machine guns, 4,702 Humvees, 20,040 hand grenades, 2,520 bombs and 1,394 grenade launchers.” Of course, the Taliban is expected to use this treasure trove of American weaponry to suppress the …
After effectively shutting down America’s oil industry by cancelling oil and gas leases and, as well, the Keystone pipeline, last week US President Joe Biden was begging OPEC to increase oil production as American citizens are being pummelled with 40%+ increase in gas prices since January this year. Well, according to Reuters, OPEC has decided. The answer is ‘No’. They will not be increasing oil production. READ: OPEC+ Rejects Biden’s Call to Pump More Oil This is what happens when you make yourself dependent on the charity of others in your attempt to appease the environmental radicals in the Democrat Party. Apparently, Russia is now an unofficial member of OPEC, an international oil cartel that includes some of America’s dearest friends such as Iran, that limits production to keep oil prices high.
In a lead up to a meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Joe Biden this month, Reuters reports that Russia’s deputy foreign minister Sergei Ryabkov stated that the country will send some “uncomfortable” signals to the US.
US President Joe Biden’s radical plan to cut America’s CO2 emissions by between 50% to 52% by 2030 to satisfy the environmental fanatics running the Democratic Party may require ration cards for every American who would only be allowed to buy one hamburger a month.
Over the weekend, former US President Joe Biden referred to the problems at America’s southern border as a ‘crisis’. On Monday, the White House said that the former president’s use of the word ‘crisis’ does not reflect the views of ‘THE ADMINISTRATION’.