The Biden administration continues to lie about coronavirus vaccines by denying President Trump the credit for developing and distributing those vaccines. On Thursday, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki lied to reporters and said the U.S. did not have enough vaccines on January 20.
Rudy Giuliani called to outlaw mail-in voting in the U.S. by saying other countries don’t allow the practice in their elections.
Video hosting platform YouTube has censored Rudy Giuliani again for highlighting election fraud.
Former White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow highlighted the success of Operation Warp Speed while speaking at the CPAC on Sunday. He described the operation as one of the most extraordinary events in American history.
Former Trump White House Economic Adviser Larry Kudlow highlighted the success of Operation Warp Speed. Kudlow spoke at the CPAC on Sunday and described the operation as one of the most extraordinary events in American history.
Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo touted the Trump administration’s foreign policy record. He took the stage in Florida on Saturday, where he went over a number of the Trump administration’s achievements.
Former Acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell gave a speech at this year’s CPAC event. On Saturday, Grenell delivered remarks in Orlando. He said the doctrine of America First is here to stay.
A hearing before the Senate Finance Committee heated up as Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.) and HHS Secretary nominee Xavier Becerra squared off over a controversial case Becerra argued as California’s attorney general. During his confirmation hearing Wednesday, the senator from Nebraska asked Becerra to try and explain his decision to target a Catholic religious order called “The Little Sisters of the Poor” as part of a 2017 lawsuit against the Trump administration.
In another blow to his sweeping immigration reform, a federal judge blocked Joe Biden’s 100-day moratorium on deportations. Texas Judge Drew Tipton indefinitely banned the policy after Attorney General Ken Paxton argued the move was in violation of federal law.