“What If Barack Obama Had Been Assassinated?”
Good morning Middle Americans!
It might be the most Biden thing Biden has ever said. The former vice president has an awkward way of talking, but things get ten times worse when Biden is talking about President Obama, and race. Yesterday, in New Hampshire Biden said, “Imagine what would have happened if, God forbid, Barack Obama had been assassinated after becoming the de facto nominee? What would have happened in America?” Why Joe, why? You can read more about Biden’s latest gaffe from the Associated Press here.
Also today, we have now learned that a psychologist approved Jeffrey Epstein’s removal from suicide watch. As hard as it is to believe, it appears there is no conspiracy behind his suicide. The creep simply couldn’t face a lifetime behind bars. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is holding off a new push from members of the Democratic party – calling for the impeachment of President Trump. Speaking of the president, he’s now in France at the G-7, after announcing even more tariffs on China, a tax on American consumers. Read all about tit.
– Fraser Dixon
Psychologist Approved Jeffrey’s Epstein’s Removal from Suicide Watch
(Reuters) – The disclosure came in a letter dated on Thursday from Assistant Attorney General Stephen Boyd and addressed to the leaders of the Judiciary Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives, seeking details about the circumstances surrounding Epstein’s death earlier this month.
Pelosi Says Public Doesn’t Support Impeachment
(AP) – The House Speaker told House Democrats on a conference call Friday, “The public isn’t there on impeachment.”
“If and when we act, people will know he gave us no choice,” Pelosi said, according to an aide granted anonymity to discuss the private call.
Trump Announces Sweeping New Tariffs on Chinese Imports
(Reuters) – Trump’s move, announced on Twitter, came hours after China unveiled retaliatory tariffs on $75 billion worth of U.S. goods, prompting the president earlier in the day to demand U.S. companies move their operations out of China.
This Day In History: August 24th,1814
British troops set fire to the White House
On August 24th, British troops enter Washington, D.C. and burn the White House in retaliation for the American attack on the city of York in Ontario, Canada, during the War of 1812.