February 23 2024

  • On Sunday, POLITICO reported how James Biden—Joe Biden’s brother—used the Biden family name and his relationship with Joe to land a deal with healthcare company, Americore, "which the government has accused of massive Medicare fraud."
    • Politico: “For then 67-year-old Jim Biden, the third of four Biden siblings, his ties to his older brother made up much of his pitch."


  • On Tuesday, Biden once again tripped over himself while trying to board Air Force One, stumbling on new set of shorter stairs now being used to try and avoid raising questions about his fitness for office. 


  • On Wednesday, new polling from The Hill/Emerson College showed President Trump leading Joe Biden in both North Carolina and Georgia. 


  • This week, in a desperate attempt to buy votes from his increasingly fractured base, Biden announced he would ignore a Supreme Court ruling to cancel $1.2 billion of student loan debt: “The Supreme Court blocked it, but that didn’t stop me.”


  • On Thursday, Fox News reported that Joe Biden is doing nothing to deport the massive influx of illegal Chinese immigrants crossing the Southern border. There are now more Chinese illegal immigrants crossing into San Diego than Mexican illegal immigrants.
    • Fox News: "Only 288 Chinese citizens were deported from the United States during the 2023 fiscal year despite border authorities encountering more than 24,000 in the same time frame – according to a December report – as concerns have increased over a sudden influx of Chinese migrants at a key border sector. More than 21,000 Chinese citizens have already been apprehended in the Border Patrol's San Diego Sector alone during the 2024 fiscal year."


  • On Friday, Axios reported that major Democrat donors are growing increasingly worried over Biden’s continued use of notecards to answer their questions, even after Biden’s team prescreens the donors and their questions before fundraisers.
    • “The staged Q&A sessions have left some donors wondering whether Biden can withstand the rigors of a presidential campaign, let alone potential debates with former President Trump.”
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