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by | Jul 25, 2024 | Daily, Politics

Biden to Nation: I’m Stepping Aside to Save Democracy

The theme remains the same, even as the names change at the top of the Democrat ticket. “President Joe Biden said Wednesday that he ended his reelection campaign to unite the nation in opposition to the threat former President Donald Trump poses to democracy,” The Washington Times reports. “‘I believe my record as president, my leadership in the world, my vision for America’s future all merit a second term. But nothing, nothing can come in the way of saving our democracy. That includes personal ambition,’ Biden said in a rare Oval Office address. ‘So I decided the best way forward is to pass the torch to a new generation. It’s the best way to unite our nation.’”

‘I Revere This Office’: “Biden did not mention Trump by name, but the president made it clear that he views his predecessor as a grave threat to democracy. ‘I revere this office. But I love my country more. It’s the honor of my life to serve as your president. But in defense of democracy, which is at stake and is more important than any other title, I draw strength and find joy in working for the American people,’ Biden said. He added that the ‘sacred task’ of protecting the nation lies with ‘We the People.’” Related: The Biden coverup and Kamala Harris 2.0…

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Netanyahu Addresses Supportive Audience on Capitol Hill

There were protests outside, but inside the US Capitol Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was among friends. “Netanyahu on Wednesday delivered an impassioned speech to Congress, taking on protesters inside the House chamber and thousands gathered outside the Capitol, all while emphasizing the importance of the US-Israel relationship,” NBC News reports. “It was his first address to US lawmakers in nearly a decade and the first since Hamas’ Oct. 7 terrorist attack on Israel killed 1,200 people and resulted in the taking of over 240 hostages to Gaza, where about 100 are still believed to be held captive,” the network details.

‘We Will Win’: “‘My friends, I came to assure you today of one thing: We will win,’ Netanyahu, standing in the same spot where President Franklin D. Roosevelt delivered his ‘Day of Infamy’ speech after the attack on Pearl Harbor. ‘Like Dec. 7, 1941, and Sept. 11, 2001,’ Netanyahu said, ‘Oct. 7 is a day that will forever live in infamy.’ Later he added: ‘For the forces of civilization to triumph, America and Israel must stand together.’” Related: Israel attacks Houthi port after feckless US responses in Red Sea…

 

DNC Adopts Virtual Roll Call For Nomination

The operation will continue, only now it’s for Kamala Harris. “The Democratic National Committee has voted to move forward with its plan to hold a virtual roll call ahead of its August convention in Chicago, with its newly adopted plan only giving candidates a small window of opportunity to challenge Vice President Harris,” the Washington Examiner reports. “The Democratic National Convention‘s rules committee met Wednesday afternoon to adopt a framework to select the party’s presidential nominee after President Joe Biden suspended his campaign on Sunday,” the paper notes.

Done Deal? “The newly adopted plan only gives candidates from Thursday to Saturday at 6 pm Eastern to declare their candidacy as well as gain 300 delegates with no more than 50 from one state to make their case for the virtual roll call by Tuesday. The short deadline all but guaranteed Harris will clinch the nomination, as she already has secured more than the 1,976 delegates needed and does not have any public challengers. Voting on the nomination will likely begin on Aug. 1, however, if there are at least two candidates who qualify, voting will likely begin on Aug. 3.” Related: First rally debut for Kamala Harris…

 

Wray Testifies on Trump Assassination Attempt

One day after the Secret Service, the FBI was in the hot seat on Capitol Hill. “FBI Director Christopher Wray testified before House lawmakers Wednesday about the investigation into the assassination attempt against former President Donald Trump, and he revealed new details about the gunman’s actions in the lead-up to the July 13 shooting in Pennsylvania,” CBS News reports. “Wray told members of the House Judiciary Committee that the gunman, 20-year-old Thomas Crooks, flew a drone near the site of the rally roughly two hours before he opened fire. Wray said investigators recovered the drone in Crooks’ vehicle, and the bureau believes he was watching video streamed from the device to scout the area,” the network relates.

Not On Their Radar: “Wray told Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) that the FBI ‘did not have any information about the shooter’ and ‘he was not in our holdings before the shooting.’ The FBI chief said the bureau ran a search for Crooks through its databases, and he was not found. Gaetz then pivoted to questions about President Joe Biden’s health and whether Wray noticed a cognitive decline during briefings with him. ‘All my interactions with the current president have been completely professional,’ Wray said.” Related: Feeding the conspiracy machine: Silence after the Trump shooting…

 

Axios: ‘Border Czar’ Kamala Myth, Though We Reported It

Another day, another monumental embarrassment for the dominant media. “In an article published by Axios on Wednesday morning, politics reporter Stef Kight submitted that [Vice President Kamala] ‘Harris border confusion haunts her new campaign,’” Mediaite reports. “She went on to expand on the political implications by asserting that ‘the Trump campaign and Republicans have tagged Harris repeatedly with the ‘border czar’ title – which she never actually had,’” the news site writes.

Oops: “The problem for Kight is that in March 2021, she also authored an article with the headline ‘Biden puts Harris in charge of border crisis’ and the lede ‘President Biden is putting Vice President Harris in charge of addressing the migrant surge at the US-Mexico border, senior administration officials announced.’ Yet another Axios article from that April, meanwhile, stated as fact that ‘Harris, appointed by Biden as border czar, said she would be looking at the “root causes” that drive migration.’” Related: Big-box media finds ethics as Biden horse runs into the ground…

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