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5 biden scandals you might not know about

friday, april 9th, 2021

President Donald Trump was impeached twice and acquitted twice. The ramifications of this are only now starting to ripple and flow.

2021 may be a bigger political year than 2020 with more public outrage than before unless, they are sufficiently distracted. Another pandemic might do that, perhaps Ebola. I hear its making a comeback. But, I digress. If there are no more pandemics, if there are no more mandates for lockdowns, if America does not go bankrupt or, go to war with China then, I think the country’s focus will be mostly on politics. As such, here are some predictions on what happens next.

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A flurry of election fraud cases will reopen old wounds that have yet to really heal. The Supreme Court has agreed to hear election fraud cases which is encouraging to Conservatives because when Trump’s team were given the chance to argue their cases, they won more often than not. Plus according to a recent poll – 77% of Republicans believe there was widespread fraud in the presidential election and as much as 30% of Democrats were skeptical as well. If you combine doubts (said and unspoken) with voter remorse then, you have basic ingredients for major drama. But, wait, there’s more. Stupid is supposed to hurt.

During the 2020 Presidential race, the mainstream media protected candidate Biden from a number of scandals. Now that he is President, there is no longer a need to shield him further; objective achieved. Now, maybe, the public overall will see what’s been hidden from them by the mainstream media. A few examples:

Hidin’ Biden: How Big Tech is Fixing The Presidential Election

The NY Post published the political equivalent of a nuclear bomb this week. Based on emails from Hunter Biden’s laptop, they have found credible evidence of Joe Biden’s corruption when he served in the White House under President Obama. As amazing as this is to me, what is even more surprising is how this information has been banned from social media and censored in the mainstream media during this critical Presidential election season. What does that say about the state of our American democracy?

Joe Biden Wanted in Ukraine on Class A Felony Bribery Charges

However, a court in Ukraine has now released Joe Biden’s name as a suspect in criminal allegations and is wanted in the country on Class A felony charges, reports OAN. The court previously redacted Biden’s name but decided it was inappropriate to keep that information hidden.

Report: Joe Biden’s Brother Under Federal Investigation for Role in Bankrupt Healthcare Firm

Americore, which filed for bankruptcy in late-2019, was raided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) earlier this year as part of an ongoing probe into its finances and business practices. At the time, FBI agents also raided the home of Americore’s CEO, Grant White.

Even before raids, the company’s conduct had come under scrutiny after it was accused of fraud. In July 2019, Michael Frey and his business partner, Dr. Mohannad Azzam, filed a lawsuit in federal court claiming James Biden and Americore’s leadership had promised and failed to line up investors for their rural healthcare enterprise. The suit alleges, James Biden urged the two men to borrow $10 million from a hedge fund run by Lewitt, who was involved in the deal.

“The lawsuit takes direct aim at Biden, painting him as a con artist who uses his ties to his brother – to lure his victims,” the Knoxville News Sentinel reported in August 2019.

Joe Biden’s Sister Valerie (pic at top of article) Sent Millions of Joe’s Campaign Dollars to Her Own Consulting Firm.

However, the lines between her role as leading her brother’s political campaigns and working at the firm blurred, as the firm “received large fees from the Biden campaigns that Valerie was running,” Profiles in Corruption reveals:

The firm received large fees from the Biden campaigns that Valerie was running. Two and a half million dollars in consulting fees flowed to her firm from Citizens for Biden and Biden For President Inc. during the 2008 presidential bid alone. Keep in mind that Joe Slade White & Company worked for Biden campaigns over eighteen years.

The report demonstrates a pattern, as Schweizer’s book shows, of the complex, albeit largely unknown, dynamics of the Biden family and the financial benefits reaped, which purportedly stem from the presidential hopeful’s varying positions in government throughout his life.

Joe Biden Launched Son-in-Law’s Firm from Oval Office, Briefed Investors

Former Vice President Joe Biden went to great lengths to boost his son-in-law’s health care company while in the White House, briefing investors on the firm’s merits and even arranging access to the Oval Office. The bombshell revelations are detailed in Profiles in Corruption: Abuse of Power by America’s Progressive Elite – a new book by Peter Schweizer, a senior contributor at Breitbart News and the president of the Government Accountability Institute.

So, how do you think the public will react once they discover some of this stuff? (For that matter, how are you feeling? Was any of that news to you?) I predict that they will not be happy and feel swindled. I have proof of that. The Federalist reported “One In Six Biden Voters Would Have Changed Their Vote If They Had Known About Scandals Suppressed By Media.” Wow. There’s a quote.

A new report from the Media Research Center shows that the media’s lack of coverage and big tech’s suppression of certain issues and scandals surrounding Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden could have cost President Donald Trump the election.

The survey results report that 17 percent of Biden voters would not have voted for the Biden-Harris presidential ticket if they had known about at least one of the eight news stories that were suppressed by big tech and mainstream media outlets.

“This is not happenstance. This is not coincidence. This is not oversight and this is not just a mistake,” president and founder of Media Research Center Brent Bozell said at a press conference Tuesday. “These were deliberate decisions that were made thousands of times, literally thousands of times, to either twist or to not cover it at all, which we found in this case.”

Election fraud cases being heard by SCOTUS and political scandals coming to light is enough to trigger the country into justifiable outrage but, there is still more kindling to put atop of that political fire.

And the unkindest cut of all, at least to the left, is seeing this unfettered support for President Trump from his supporters, still.

Get out the popcorn people. We are witnessing the best reality series ever created. I hope we survive it.

© 4.1.2021 by Jim Stroud, "NOQ Report".

A Day In The Life.

Up at 6a on Good Friday, I did the usual morning finger stick and checked my BSL (Blood Sugar Level), made coffee and had an English Muffin for breakfast. I wanted to get to the New Easter Farmers Market and then to Weis Market, so I left at 8:15a. Traffic was already heavy, as people were getting their Easter and Passover Holiday foods. Yes, I carry concealed, and now carry 2 extra mags, since the recent shootings in Boulder and Atlanta. And yes, I bought a little too much great stuff at the markets, but by the time I got back at 11:30, I managed to fit it all in my 'fridge.

After lunch, I called Sherry; then fell asleep on the couch after taking 3 Gabapentin for my l/s pain and Peripheral Neuropathy, and finally woke-up around 5p. After dinner, I watched Discovery's "Gold Rush" and "Dave Turin's Lost Mine" until 10, and called it a day.

I slept-in until 9a on Saturday, a bitter cold 21° but warming-up quickly, fired-up the condo's heat, did the morning finger stick to check BSL, made coffee and had a couple smokes in the garage. After a light breakfast, I ran a couple nearby errands and came home to get off the roads, teeming with heavy traffic. This was my 2nd day without the 80mg of Astorvastatin, and the left-side hip/thigh/knee pain had diminished, so I prepared a note for my 2 Cardiologists and PCP (Primary Care Provider), to let them know what I've done.

Christ Is Risen!

After lunch, I grabbed a 3hr snooze on the couch, did a little paperwork and paid some online utility bills, had dinner and watched "Iron Resurrection", one of my favorite automotive shows, on Discovery. By 10p, I was nodding-off, closed down and hit the sack.

Up at 7a on Easter Sunday Morning, thanked God for another day on earth, I did the usual morning routines, made coffee and had a couple smokes in the garage, and Life cereal w/ blackberries. I'd planned to pick-up Sister Becky at 11a, drive to Mt Rose Cemetery to take Easter and Birthday cards and flowers for Mom & Dad in the Chapel of Memories, where Becky and I will also be interred, and then go to nationally-famous Lyndon Diner, in West York. All that done, I finally got home around 2:30p, called Sherry and left a message, did a couple loads of laundry, and just relaxed with a possibly-declining HP supercomputer in my office. I'm trying every trick I know to save it and preserve data.

After laundry and dinner, which I'd gotten from the Lyndon Diner, I watched reruns of "Expedition Unknown" and "Gold Rush" until 10:30, and crashed for the night.

Up at 7a on Monday, it was a balmy 44° and 56° by 10a. I did the finger-stick for my BSL, Made coffee, had a light breakfast and posted the "Chris Plante Show" to FR. I had a couple errands to get done, and go to Sherry's home at 1p, to prune her Jap Maple and Crape Myrtle. After fueling-up the Jeep with ethanol-free 90oct, I was back home by 3:30p, I grabbed a 2hr snooze, and magically, my left hip/thigh/knee pain disappeared, as it always does after a short afternoon nap. I had one of the Crab Cake Cheese Melts & Fries take-outs, from Sunday's trip to Lyndon's Diner. I watched Fox News programs until 10p, did the nightly DR (Diabetic Routine and insulin shot), and called it Yankee Doodle.

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Up at 7:30a on Tuesday, I did the usual morning routines, had coffee and some smokes in the garage, breakfast and did a couple errands. Back at 10:30, I put out the plant-stake support hoops, hoses, lawn chairs on the front porch and back patio, and 2 teak tables. I had lunch and met Sherry at 3p, at a nearby local garden center, where she bought $170 worth of plants that we'll get placed and dug-in later this week. Home by 4:30, I sat outside and enjoyed the nice weather, while finishing-up a load of laundry. After dinner, I watched some new episodes of "Curse of Oak Island" until 10, and called it a day.

My alarm went off at 6:30a on Wednesday, since I had to be at an early Dr's app't, I went thru the usual routines, got ready and left at 8:30a for the app't. It went well. Back home by 10:30, I finished-off the stack of paperwork on my office-sunroom desk, and had lunch. After a 3hr snooze, I was sitting on the front porch contemplating the front & back gardens' losses over the not-so-bad Winter. Puzzling for some; outright obvious for others.

After dinner, I watched "Expedition Unknown" until Tucker and other news shows on FNC. I did the nightly DR Lantus insulin routine, and unplugged at 11p. Tomorrow's another day.

Up at 8a on Thursday, I had a lot of pain in my left hip/thigh/knee and leg shin, but got my usual routines done. After posting the "CP Show" to FR, as I do Mon-Fri, I left for Rite Aid pharmacy to p/u waiting Rxs, and came back home to get some meds for my pain. As the day progressed, the pain lessened. I called Comcast/ xfinity to get a new Level 7x Modem, per their letter, and a tech arrived at 3p. I'm now getting 650-800Mbps downloads, instead of 300-400Mbps, and the uploads have doubled, too. I'm a happy camper.

I spent the day resting, mostly outside, getting a couple of FedEx and Amazon deliveries, had lunch, dinner and watched MT's "Iron Resurrection" on TV until Tucker, Laura and Gutfeld came on FNC. I bagged it around 11:30p. Tomorrow's another week, here in the "Journal".

An Amazing 2-Letter English Word.

A reminder that one word in the English language that can be a noun, verb, adjective, adverb and preposition.


Read until the end ... you'll laugh.

This two-letter word in English has more meanings than any other two-letter word, and that word is 'UP.' It is listed in the dictionary as an [adv.], [prep.], [adj.], [n] or [v].

It's easy to understand UP, meaning toward the sky or at the top of the list, but when we awaken in the morning, why do we wake UP?

At a meeting, why does a topic come UP? Why do we speak UP, and why are the officers UP for election and why is it UP to the secretary to write UP a report? We call UP our friends, brighten UP a room, polish UP the silver, warm UP the leftovers and clean UP the kitchen. We lock UP the house and fix UP the old car.

At other times, this little word has real special meaning. People stir UP trouble, line UP for tickets, work UP an appetite, and think UP excuses.

To be dressed is one thing but to be dressed UP is special.

And this UP is confusing: A drain must be opened UP because it is stopped UP.

We open UP a store in the morning but we close it UP at night. We seem to be pretty mixed UP about UP!

To be knowledgeable about the proper uses of UP, look UP the word UP in the dictionary. In a desk-sized dictionary, it takes UP almost 1/4 of the page and can add UP to about thirty definitions.

If you are UP to it, you might try building UP a list of the many ways UP is used. It will take UP a lot of your time, but if you don't give UP, you may wind UP with a hundred or more.

When it threatens to rain, we say it is clouding UP When the sun comes out, we say it is clearing UP. When it rains, the earth soaks it UP. When it does not rain for awhile, things dry UP. One could go on and on, but I'll wrap it UP, for now . . my time is UP!

Oh . . . one more thing: What is the first thing you do in the morning and the last thing you do at night?



Did that one crack you UP?

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