The New York Times Calls For Biden To Open Up His Papers As Two Additional Witnesses Come Forward To Support Reade

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     The concerted effort to limit any search was no more evident than the interview on Sunday of CNN’s Michael Smerconish and former Clinton Campaign Manager Patti Solis Doyle.  Doyle started the interview that steadfastly supporting Biden in refusing to allow a search of his papers at the University of Delaware.  She repeatedly Biden’s clearly ridiculous claim that these papers would be used as “fodder” against him because it involves insights into his views and interactions with other leaders.  However, the search would be confined to sexual harassment and assault allegations.  That position was correctly rejected by Mika Brzezinski the minute that Biden said it.  What was truly odd is that Doyle then said that Biden is nothing like Brett Kavanaugh because he has said “here are all my papers.”  She however just supported refusing to show his papers.  She also ignored that he falsely assured the public (and remaining silent for weeks and 16 prior interviews on the allegations) that the only place for such complaints would be National Archives.

      The Doyle interview was also interesting because she was one of the most vocal figures in demanding that Dr. Ford “be believed” and attacked those questioning the allegations. During Kavanaugh, Doyle demanded a full, independent investigation and to “burn down” the system because women “are working through their fear, shame, and trauma in order to change the rules.” The rules however seem to change too readily on who is accused.

960px-Amy_Klobuchar,_official_portrait,_113th_Congress  In the meantime, two additional witnesses have come forward to support Reade and say that she told them at the time about the assault. That brings to four, the number of witnesses who say that they were also told of the assault allegation. These witnesses are important because many of those who supported Anita Hill and Dr. Ford in raising their allegations have denounced Reade for waiting so long to come forward. Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D., Minn.) said during the Kavanaugh hearings that “when you look at the rules of evidence, when you look at credibility, the fact that she had mentioned this before means a lot.” Well, there are now four such witnesses.

     I have repeatedly said (and I still maintain) that the record still offers more support for Biden due to his staff members denying any prior allegations was made by Reade or anyone else of sexual harassment or assault.  However, the light treatment given Biden’s artificially narrow construction and misdirection on searches is highly disturbing.  There is no good public policy reason to confine this search to just Reade or to just the Archives (or now the Senate) to exclude the Delaware archived records.

     If Biden wants to be transparent, he should be transparent. It is easy. You just allow a search of all archives and libraries holding his papers for any allegation against him of sexual harassment or assault.  What is the terrible prospect of such a search?  It will not reveal privileged notes or documents on his work with other leaders or on different issues.  It would only be confined to allegations of his misconduct toward women.  Advocates are working too hard to avoid that obvious fact to justify Biden’s curious and cabined response on any search.

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  1. JFK, Monster
    By Timothy Noah

    “I knew that John F. Kennedy was a compulsive, even pathological adulterer, given to taking outlandish risks after he entered the White House. I knew he treated women like whores. And I knew he had more than a few issues with his father about toughness and manliness and all that. But before I read in the newspaper that Mimi Alford’s just-released memoir, Once Upon A Secret: My Affair With President John F. Kennedy And Its Aftermath, described giving Dave Powers a blow job at JFK’s request and in his presence, I didn’t know that Kennedy had an appetite for subjecting those close to him to extreme humiliation.”
    _________________________________________________________________________

    “Clinton pays Paula Jones $850,000”
    Associated Press
    Wed 13 Jan 1999 13.15 EST

    “WASHINGTON (AP) – Paula Jones is awaiting the arrival of an $850,000 cheque from President Clinton, bringing an official end to the four-year saga spurred by her allegations of sexual harassment.”
    ____________________________________________________

    Bill Clinton as enabled by Hillary Clinton

    1. Eileen Wellstone (1969) Allegation: Sexual assault
    2. Anonymous female student at Yale University (1972) Allegation: Sexual assault
    3. Anonymous female student at the University of Arkansas (1974) Allegation: Sexual assault
    4. Anonymous female lawyer (1977) Allegation: Sexual assault
    5. Juanita Broaddrick (1978) Allegation: Rape
    6. Carolyn Moffet (1979) Allegation: Sexual assault
    7. Elizabeth Ward (1983) Allegation: Unclear
    8. Sally Perdue (1983) Allegation: Unclear
    9. Paula Jones (1991) Allegation: Sexual harassment
    10. Sandra Allen James (1991) Allegation: Sexual assault
    11. Christy Zercher (1992) Allegation: Sexual assault
    12. Kathleen Willey (1993) Allegation: Sexual assault
    ____________________________________________

    “FDR and His Women”

    [Eleanor Roosevelt] “… she was deeply wounded to discover that Franklin had been having an affair with her secretary, Lucy Mercer.”

    1. George – I appreciate this post.

      And I must say, as a woman, which you are obviously not, a majority (51%?) have been on the receiving end of this bs at some point in their life.

      Ask your wife, ask your niece, ask your daughter.

      Although, they probably will blatantly lie or sugar coat it. It is kind of something you don’t really want to talk about at all.

      Heck, even some of these sexual predators like men, or boys. I have a tendency to believe men don’t talk about these things as much in an open manner.

      But then again, the Catholic church abuses were blown out of the water.

      I think the Boy Scouts of America just got slammed with lawsuits.

      And I am just talking “civilized” Western society.

      Every seen a woman burned alive in the streets of the Middle East? I have, unfortunately. Some things you just can’t unseen. Forever etched into your brain.

      Have you heard of the Franklin Case? One will make your skin crawl. Just listen to the testimonies and you might want to vomit.

      Abuse is abuse. It doesn’t matter who is doing it to who, when, where, or why.

      Couldn’t care less what a person’s political affiliation is…a predator is a predator.

  2. The reasons why public figures keep their papers closed until they are done with public office are obvious and don’t require an explanation for JT. Nor does the fact that personnel records are protected from day one and would not be found in a collection of papers intended for public use in the future. Until he squawks as loud and often about the charges against Trump and his unprecedented hiding of personal information, JT should go fly a kite.

    1. You are an irrational hysteric. You hide behind the reasons for the records being sealed knowing full well that Biden can wave it in order to do a specific search.

      You would not use this standard if it was a Republican being charged. No, there it would be “we must believe all women”.

      You’re unhinged.

    2. His records were already open, and he has now re-sealed them. What is the obvious reason? To hide what you have said and one in the past?

  3. Take it easy folks. Its not that easy to sanitize 1,875 boxes of paper records. Granted the 415 gigs of electronic will be easier, but it’s difficult to find a trustworthy reviewer, and takes time to vet them.

  4. As if that trash cared. What’s their problem it isn’t abortion it’s knowing the left going whole hog piglosi and looking for a real candidate and can’t find one.

  5. The plan is coming together nicely. 1st, Sniffin Joe eliminated Bernie from the running and the whole democrat machine was supporting Sniffin Joe. Now we see the Joe making compliments to Trumps handling of the virus and NYT calling for Joe to release his Senate Papers. Why??? Because now it’s time for Hillary to step in and save the day for the DemonRats. You read it here.

  6. The Times is probably executing a Hail Mary. Allegedly, the Biden campaign has already gone through his records, which means any records have most likely disappeared.

  7. For background, here is one scale to measure how dementia progresses:
    ——————–
    Dementia Stages in the Reisberg Scale

    Stage 1 – No Cognitive Decline: During stage 1 there is no noticeable cognitive impairment.

    Stage 2 – Very Mild Cognitive Decline: A very mild decline will begin to be noticeable. A person in stage 2 may have slight problems with memory that may be attributed to aging. It is unlikely that dementia would be diagnosed at this stage.

    Stage 3 – Mild Cognitive Decline: Loved ones and health care providers might begin to notice a mild decline in cognitive functions, including trouble with focusing, working, or organizing. This stage usually occurs approximately 7 years before the onset of dementia.

    Stage 4 – Moderate Cognitive Decline: People with dementia in stage 4 will have obvious difficulty with problem-solving, remembering names and details, and may withdraw socially as new situations and places are challenging to them. A doctor will be able to diagnose dementia at this stage, which usually lasts about 2 years.

    Stage 5 – Moderately-Severe Cognitive Decline: During this stage of dementia, there are many noticeable declines in function, and the person will require some assistance with the activities of daily living. Memory is often quite impaired.

    Stage 6 – Severe Cognitive Decline: During this stage, the person will require assistance to complete most activities of daily living, and may begin experiencing difficulty with speech or incontinence. Personality changes, including agitation and delusions, are quite apparent.

    Stage 7 – Very Severe Cognitive Decline: In this stage of dementia, persons have lost the ability to walk and communicate, requiring assistance with all activities.

    https://www.seniorlink.com/blog/dementia-stages-how-fast-dementia-progresses-stages-of-dementia-and-more
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    I surmise that Joe Biden is in Stage 4 somewhere, and not in the early part. He is confusing his wife and sister, and cannot complete sentences. He doesn’t know where he is sometimes or even what office he is running for. If so, the question becomes, how long before he hits Stage 5, if indeed he is not already there. Because we do not know if he needs help getting dressed and things.

    If this is correct, then it might explain why the NYTs is starting to dump on him.

    Squeeky Fromm
    Girl Reporter

      1. He may have entered stage 4. Right now we are not seeing him or only seeing him where he has been prepped. We will know better if he is permtted to continue and has to respond to things he isn’t prepped for.

    1. Now we have an uneducated, racist “assistant” convenience store manager with the hubris to think she is qualified to diagnose a Presidential candidate with mental deficiencies. This is most likely some crap she heard on either Fox, Breitbart, a Sinclair affiliate or Rush Limbaugh. I’m not even going to bother to ask what evidence this dimwit has that Biden doesn’t know his wife from his sister, that he doesn’t know where he is or what office he is running for and that he “cannot” complete sentences, because none of it is true. And, BTW, I’d bet she’s never seen Jimmy Fallon’s ongoing series of “talk like Trump”, either, which makes fun of him stumbling over words and getting tongue-tied. She has the gall to surmise that Biden might need help getting dressed. She also claims to be smarter than people who oppose Trump. Res ipsa loquitur. I’m sad that I live in a country that has such stupid people who not only don’t realize how stupid they are, but are dumb and arrogant enough to display it on a regular basis. No wonder the U.S. has lost so much esteem in the views of the rest of the world since Trump took cheated his way into the White House.

        1. Maybe you should suck your thumb when you don’t have facts or arguments to counter a position you disagree with. You could cuddle with your Trumpy Bear under your American flag blankie while you do it.

          1. Natacha – I have noticed that you have laid off Trump’s weight since I started asking for your BMI score. I will be happy to give you mine. I gave you my Miller score, never got your GRE or LSAT scores. You are all hat and no cattle.

      1. and yet Natacha has been diagnosing Mr Donald J Trump; on this blog for 3 plus years

        What’s your qualifications?

        And even if you have any, did you examine the patient?

        No, and so, you’re not competent in that way either

        in fact no armchair shrinks with or without credentials is competent to diagnose people from afar

        but we are often familiar with aging if we have been around it enough, and unlike mental illness, cognitive decline will come to us all if we live long enough, so we can form a layman’s opinion as to its effects on a person

        1. Multiple psychiatrists and psychologists have opined that Trump’s pattern of constant lying, of needing affirmation and approval, of showing no glimmer whatsoever of empathy for the suffering of others and his complete self-centeredness are clear evidence of narcissism. I agree with them. It’s really hard to argue that he does not display all of these characteristics.

          1. Natacha – still waiting on that BMI score. Those fakers you are hyping have never watched a full news conference by Trump.

          2. DID ANY OF THEM EXAMINE HIM?

            NONE, ISNT THAT RIGHT MISS NATACHA?

            SO ACTUALLY NONE OF THEM HAD THE RELEVANT INFORMATION TO PROPERLY GROUND THEIR “OPINIONS” ISNT THAT RIGHT?

            and unfounded expert opinion is just like any other opinion. we all have an opinion and you know what else we all have right?

      2. Biden’s problems with memory and reality are ongoing and in the face of anyone willing to open their eyes. Feb, 2020 at a SC campaign stop he Boldly told supporters that he was running for the U.S. Senate.

  8. Nonsense. It isn’t that Biden hasn’t lost the New York Times, it is that the NYT has merged with the Democratic Party. The Times, along with the rest of the Democratic elite, know that this could be a disaster for the Party, one that could cost them the election. The immediate goal: get control of it quickly and keep their media allies at bay until they figure out what to do. The solution: keep the ‘investigation’ under Party control to assure that the outcome aligns with the best interests of the Party. An unbiased, apolitical panel, put together by the DNC? It is as if we have returned to the Soviet model and the Times has assumed the role of Pravda.

    ————————-
    The above is clearly laid out in today’s Times editorial:

    ‘But the stakes are too high to let the matter fester — or leave it to be investigated by and adjudicated in the media . . . His campaign, and his party, have a duty to assure the public that the accusations are being taken seriously. The Democratic National Committee should move to investigate the matter swiftly and thoroughly, with the full cooperation of the Biden campaign . . . Any inventory should be strictly limited to information about Ms. Reade and conducted by an unbiased, apolitical panel, put together by the D.N.C. and chosen to foster as much trust in its findings as possible . . . The American people deserve at least the confidence that he, and the Democratic Party, have made every effort to bring the truth to light.’

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    And, as the excerpts demonstrate, from the perspective of the Times and the Party, it is critical that Reade’s claims be viewed in isolation, lest people remember that Mr. Biden has a long and well-documented history of sexual harassment and predation. As the Times ‘investigation’ famously concluded before they quickly decided the spin was a bridge too far:

    “The Times found no pattern of sexual misconduct by Mr. Biden, beyond the hugs, kisses and touching that women previously said made them uncomfortable.”

    1. Epstein, the Times more frequently than not reflects or leads DNC thinking. I think the DNC, the Hillary contingent and the NYTimes want Biden dumped before he proves to the nation how much Democrat incompetence exists and blows all Congressional and Senatorial candidates away.

      That means Bernie Sanders is up but they are against him as well. Their choice will be between Bernie who they already tried to dispence with or someone else while the Hillary faction might still feel she is the legitimate candidate. I think all three groups hate the other and might very well hate the party if it picks a fourth person. The optics on that could end up looking terrible so to make themselves look somewhat united they might pick the candidate that the party was somewhat unified under, Hillary.

      1. My guess would be that Biden is manipulated to select a particular VP candidate who is ratified at a pro-forma convention, then substituted by a vote of the DNC. Which means the VP candidate is not going to be Stacey Abrams. If they’re smart, they recruit a state governor or a quondam cabinet secretary who is younger than Trump, and not the bloody clot currently running the Michigan state government. They’re not smart, of course.

        North of 40% of the electorate will vote for a dead dog in the road as long as his name isn’t Trump. You can see how that type ‘thinks’ when they’re thinking at all by reading the posts of the residue of partisan Democrats posting here. (The variety of opinions on these boards has declined drastically in the last several years, alas). The optics look bad to the swing voters, who may be as little as 7% of the electorate. The swing voters are so for a variety of reasons, but most of them are people who are not invested in consistent perspectives on public affairs and can be blown to and fro in unpredictable ways. The stupidity of public discourse in presidential contests is in part a function of appealing to the sort of person who votes for or against a politician for a reason like “she reminds me of my first wife”. See James Neuchterlein on this point.

        The whole situation is so dismaying it brings to mind Robert Heinlein’s observation “Stupidity cannot be cured. Stupidity is the only universal capital crime; the sentence is death. There is no appeal, and execution is carried out automatically and without pity.” Collectively, we aren’t the people we were in 1942. The next generation may prove to be a trial.

        1. “Mur y guess would be that Biden is manipulated to select a particular VP candidate who is ratified at a pro-forma convention, then substituted by a vote of the DNC.”

          DSS, that is one possibility where who is doing the choosing might improve your odds of being right.

          We have to remember that this is the DNC and we don’t know how far Biden has deteriorated. We also have to look at those in control of the DNC. It’s a crapshoot. Since there are so many variables with potential candidates eventually the odds favor Hillary over any one of the various names that one can produce. That doesn’t tell us how high or low the odds are for that to happen. It is just telling us the odds.

    2. “foster as much trust in its findings as possible” I believe the media has forfeited any chance at being trusted, by anyone except their radicalized followers. There was a time when the media had reporters, not script writers.

    3. @Allan-

      I agree, the Times is closely aligned with the Party and functions as its house organ. It reminds me of the days when Kremlinologists would scour Pravda to discern the rising and falling stars in the Communist party.

      I also think that the Times editorial signals that they are deciding what to do, but I am not so certain that they reached a decision. It wasn’t so long ago that they expected one of their diversity stars (Harris, Warren, Buttigeig) to emerge ascendant, so much so that they were willing to sacrifice Biden to the gods as collateral damage in their fervor to impeach Trump over Ukraine (remember the existential impeachment crisis that consumed December and January?). That needed to change when billionaire Bloomberg imploded and Party voters broke for Biden, so they needed to shove Joe and Hunter’s corruption in the Ukraine down the memory hole.

      Another one for the believe-women memory hole is that Biden’s son Hunter denied even having had sex with the mother of his child. That is, until he failed a court-ordered paternity test. So far that has been buried as irrelevant and even offensive to raise. Whether that story, or the stories of the other women who have had the courage to speak out on Biden’s aggressions, re-emerge will be a strong signal into their thinking. As of today, they are signalling that they should be held to the side.

      Those with long memories remember the ignominy of Bill’s blue dress. The Party is concerned not only about the currently known information, but about the risk of even more evidence being uncovered. Consequently, they are scurrying to figure out how to mitigate the risk, or whether it even can be mitigated. And as you suggest, the answer hinges in part on whether they can anoint another candidate without fracturing the Party.

      So the Times is signalling for the media and other Party members to stand down while the Party sorts this out.

      The intra-Party politics are fascinating, and the positioning in the Times is a major window into their thinking. How fun it would be to be in one of the Party’s smoke-filled rooms (a Zoom room, of course, in view of today’s coronavirus-mandated social distancing). It’s going to be interesting.

    4. @Allan-

      There is a big gap in my reasoning that bears directly on what will happen in the six months until the election. After the Mueller Investigation collapsed about this time last year, not many of us would have predicted the pivot to the crisis over Ukraine and, after that defeat, the immediate pivot the coronavirus crisis. Each came as bolts out of the blue.

      The story is only partly about mitigating the risk of more Biden disclosures or the collapse of his candidacy. The Party playbook is that crisis begets opportunity. The political leverage from the coronavirus crisis is still uncertain and could break either way.

      There is still time for at least one more crisis, as circumstances dictate. The one thing we can be sure of is that it will be orchestrated through the Times and its media allies.

      1. Epstein, Crisis are excuses for power grabbing. That is one of the reasons that the risks and fears of the Coronavirus were exploited in a fashion disproportionate to the threat.

        From the start it was obvious Trump would be under continuous attack because the prior administration had done some bad things and was in danger if the dust settled.

  9. Until Trump opens his records in relation to his alleged misdeeds Biden should not open anything.

    1. Trump doesn’t have any records in re random women who say he was a masher to them on an airline in 1982. He doesn’t have any records pertaining to visits to Bergdorf-Goodman, either. About the only ‘record’ he might have in regard to Summer Zervos would be appointment books which would demonstrate he was in Los Angeles when she said he was or was elsewhere when she said he was. Since discovery is underway in that case, your complaint is inane.

      1. Allegations against Trump are irrelevant. He wasn’t a public official, elected or otherwise, and none of the allegations against him are by women who worked for him. Sexual harassment requires that the victim be under the aggressors’ power. As for the rape claim made by E. Jean Carroll, although the media portrayed her as a highly respected journalist, she’s actually a nut case sensationalist. Biden is accused of sexual assault by one of his employees. Furthermore, he is known to have a history of such assaults per the late Alexander Cockburn, who would be no fan of Donald Trump.

    2. Molly G, DSS has provided a good explanation of the facts so in essence it is your time to counter and prove him wrong. Absent that your claims disappear no matter how many times you make them.

    3. Clarification: The misdeeds that I was referring to for Trump is not limited to sexual stuff. I mean all credible accusations, starting with tax returns.

      1. Molly G you are widening the goal posts again without explaining where DSS is wrong. Don’t add things until the first problem is resolved. Doing so leads one to believe you are not serious and in the future will bring up the same stuff over and over again no matter how much proof there is against your position.

        When you are done with that go to Trump’s tax returns. That too has been discussed over and over again shredding your side of the argument. There is no law Trump has to release his tax returns and he was voted President despite him not releasing them. Of course Obama didn’t release his educational history so one could evaluate all sorts of things. In this regard Obama is as illegitimate as Trump.

        Now it is your turn to tell DSS where he is wrong or accept a label that is not too flattering.

      2. I mean all credible accusations, starting with tax returns.

        There weren’t any ‘credible accusations’ in re his tax returns. Liberals just wanted the returns to do fishing expeditions.

        1. TIA doesn’t know if there are credible allegations around Trump’s tax returns, because like us, he hasn’t seen them. We do know some facts including that in at least one year he claimed to have suffered the greatest loss for the year of any other American, that in some number of other years he paid no taxes, that he was so badly strung out in the 2000s that he had only one remaing bank willing to loan him money and that he relied on Putin associate oligarches for real estate sales in this period. We also know that his grifter family is still running his business and their own while holding US negotiations with countries in which they have dealings, and that they can’t even run a charity without ripping it off.

          1. What an idiot. Of course any high end seller of real estate was selling to the Russians and also the Chinese ‘oligarchs’. The ‘oligarchs’ were trying to get their money out of their respective countries and put it into real property sometimes in the name of children yet to be born. If you note the price of high end housing was going through the roof in places like Palm Beach and NYC. This had to do with buyer issues not seller.

            On Trump’s loss, that was declared to the IRS which without a doubt carefully scrutinized the tax forms and found nothing. Other scrutiny was done by other states and gaming comissions. You think and act like a fool.

            On Banks, Chase will lend to Trump. I believe they took a loss with one of his adventures but on others they made tremendous wins. Banks evaluate the risk and based on the risk and the economy at the time provide the details including the interest rate. The one taking the loan looks for the lowest rate and most favorable conditions. The ‘oligarchs’ just like Lloyd’s of London (individuals and respective groups) provide loans all the time.

            You ignorance is only bettered by your arrogance.

  10. When it comes to politics, the DNC-propaganda outlets never do the right thing because it is the right thing to do, if it hurts the Democrats.

    What I think this means is that the DNC higher-ups have decided Joe must go. The New York Times is signalling to the other DNC-propaganda outlets like CNN and MSNBC that it is OK to do the same.

    My GUESS is, that Joe’s senile dementia is accelerating and they expect him to start babbling and drooling during interviews and the debates. They know this and are taking preventative steps.

    Squeeky Fromm
    Girl Reporter

    1. Possibly. Wouldn’t surprise me. The intramural culture of the Democratic Party is sociopathic.

    2. @Squeeky. They haven’t yet decided that Joe must go. They are circling the wagons and getting decision making under control of the Party. But yes, in the meantime, they are signalling their allies to stand down until the Party figures out what to do.

  11. I am not a Biden supporter but I am against efforts to smear ANY candidate with charges going back 15 to 30 years or more. On the surface it appears that the alleged offenses only become “unbearable” when the accused was about to gain a position of great influence. Question. There have been many many cases of men being publicly accused and jailed for rape,
    Then exonerated by DNA. How many of the accusing women have shown any remorse for what happened to those men ?.

    1. I am not a Biden supporter but I am against efforts to smear ANY candidate with charges going back 15 to 30 years or more.

      That’s a perfectly reasonable position to take. Of course, our Democratic Party NPCs here will never actually take that position, because they’d have to take a critical stance toward the previous positions people have taken (with gusto) in the Democratic Party nexus. And, in any case, smears are convenient tools. And the media see to it they only work in one direction.

  12. A man can’t touch a woman. A woman can’t touch a man.
    Women should quit dolling up like whores.

  13. Forma change I agree with you. Search all records. There is no room for evasiveness here.

    1. I have no clue why congressional personnel records would be at the University of Delaware.

      1. “I have no clue why congressional personnel records would be at the University of Delaware.”

        I have no clue why Sandy Berger was caught stuffing documents into his pants.

        1. I know what Berger was up to. It’s a pity the staff at the archives were so negligent in dealing with him.

          The staff of the Archives have said that congressional personnel records are not sent to them. I can imagine (if not approve of) the maintenance of a confidential archive by Congress. What I cannot understand is why individual members would be permitted to selectively send material off site. That makes no sense bar that Congress is gross and self-serving as a matter of course.

          1. “That makes no sense bar that Congress is gross and self-serving as a matter of course.”

            DSS, in your above sentence the latter explains the former. Of that I have no doubt.

  14. For quite awhile there have been realizations that Biden is a terrible candidate. I recall a couple of incidents on left that seemed intent on damaging him. Recently I made a comment about the left “euthanizing” Biden. The vultures see the possibilities and even Hillary is flying around getting closer to her prey as part of the larger goup showing solidarity of action in support of their candidate, unusual for Hillary. Turely is right “Joe Biden has lost the New York Times”. Biden is a duckling waiting to be caught and eaten by a bigger and more powerful bird.

      1. sell in may and go away seems like a great plan for this year right now

        like go away to new zealand maybe. unfortunately im stuck in the rust belt for the duration

  15. So many peopke making comparisons between Kavanaugh and Biden, which is non to compare. In the case of Kavanaugh, witnesses brought foward on behalf of Dr. Ford have stated they don’t recall the act ever happened or it did not happened. Witnesses were reluctant to testify because IT NEVER HAPPENED. In the case of Biden, witnesses are saying Ms. Reade have mentioned/made complaints back then and more are coming foward. In other words, they’re supportive of Ms. Reade. BIG DIFFERENCE.

    More importantly, Ms. Reade is a Democrat and was once Biden’s aid. This goes to show that the Dems are willing to throw you under the bus once you are of no use to them. However, no matter your party affiliation, we must all stand together against any crimes committed by our elected officials.

    Be it known that I’m an Independent voter before you start bashing my comment. Politicians on both sides of the aisle will go out of their way to destroy anyone when they’re caught with their hands in the cookie jar.

  16. Joe Biden was never the real choice for the DNC

    Biden was put in place to knock out Bernie Sanders from becoming the [DemoKKKrats] Presidential Nominee

    The DNCs real choice is yet to be seen…

  17. The major question is: Is the DNC trying to dump Biden? And if so, is that why Mika and the NYT are going hard at Biden?

    1. The DNC has hundreds of members. Doubt they have a consensual disposition. The camarilla who run the DNC staff office may be carved up into factions or not. Mika and the Sulzbergers are pushing their view. The question at hand would be is this just an alignment of dispositions, or are they in cahoots with a DNC office faction? I’ll wager Mika is closer to being on-the-level than, say, Nicolle Wallace. (Setting the bar low).

      1. DSS – since FDR the bar has been low for the DNC. You do not have to artificially set it lower. 😉

        1. Paul
          Since Eisenhower, the GOP bar is flat on the ground and sinking. Nixxon, Ford, Reagan (whose wife was pregnant when they married, was accused of rape by an actress, as head of SAG, was a FBI snitch, timed decisions based on advice from his astrologer violated Article 5 of the U.N. charter by invading Grenada, Iran/Contra etc.). Poppy Bush (cheated on his wife, lied about his CIA service – prior to becoming its DCIA), GWB – stole 2000 election, coke head, spent much of his time as TX governor playing computer games, was viewed by most astute observers as a highly intelligent, honest, servant for the masses…of the upper class).

          TRUMP: Really? are you kidding me?

          1. bill mcwilliams – if you have been following along, I have been a registered Independent for over 40 years. I am not going to fight you on low bars. 🙂

              1. Absurd – is it your belief that WTC7 was still standing after it had been brought down in a controlled demolition?

                1. My belief is that the only people willing to listen to you (1) get paid handsomely to do it and (2) have a state license to write prescriptions. You’re not going to reflect on why that is.

            1. Paul
              Okay, but when you post like a hypocrite, if I see it, I’m gonna call you out on it. Thanks for not trying to deny the truth about Nixxon, Ford, Reagan, Poppy (who couldn’t remember where he was on 11/22/63) and GW “The Grecians” Boosh. And the brilliant man in the WH that JT appears to think highly of.

  18. Biden does not want an investigation – he has had people going thru the boxes at Univ. Del already – he and his staff are afraid- Also, suggest the DEM’s are nervous – a number of reports from DEM’s coming out questioning Biden – suggest they are going to replace him at the convention. They know Biden can’t speak tot he public or news more than5 minutes – Remember the DEMS said we should believe women – also more women already coming forward time for Biden to Quit

  19. The complainer was quoted recently and says she never made any written allegation back when this time was. 1993? So 27 years and she has been drinking in honki tonks, ki Lin hippie’s arses and raising hell.

    1. “The complainer was quoted recently and says she never made any written allegation back when this time was. 1993? So 27 years an…..”
      Sounds like the same argument for Justice Kavanaugh, high school, college allegations, that the left was sure he was guilty.

  20. Robert Mueller was not the head of the investigation that bears his name (just watch is congressional testimony), Andrew Weissman was. Joe Biden will not be president, his female vice president will be. If the DNC doesn’t through him under the bus first.

    1. On the distaff side, there is a menu of women who have sat in a Governor’s chair. Of these, you deduct those born prior to 1948 and you deduct those who just took office (bar Grisham of New Mexico, who had worked in state executive positions previously). That leaves you with Raimondo of Rhode Island, Hassan of New Hampshire, Brown of Oregon, and Grisham. If you look at Obama’s cabinet, you see Lisa Jackson (EPA), Sylvia Burwell (Budget), Sally Jewell (Interior). If you look at Clintons, you see Carol Browner (EPA). Some of the dames running big companies are indubitably Democrats, but they don’t make a public point of it. If waitress sandwich Friend-of-Algelo Dodd is astute, he should be working off that list.

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