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    1. She sounded really rehearsed and reading from a script that is why her eyes keeps going to the side.

    1. We don’t need Russian oil companies we can do slant oil drilling from neighboring nato countries and harvest Russian oil 😃😄😆

    2. Interesting though, Russia only sells 5-6MB of oil a day.

      US Produces 18.7 MB of oil, and we use about 11MB a day, and have over 700MB in strategic reserves.

      We will be fine, and don’t really need that ganky dive gas station anyways

  1. The greatest challenge of this world is knowing enough about a subject to think you are right, but not knowing enough about the subject to know you are wrong…

    1. @Veronica Rainone can you tell us what policies are socialism? The only people close are Bernie and AOC. Before you speak one what you don’t know and clearly don’t understand maybe do some research.

    2. @Elmosweed Again, you dodged. How did mask just up and go away after being pushed by DC for 2 years? The Science just changed over night? Nice little rant though. Nice attempt with the MAGA Hat nonsense. You’ve got nothing. Nothing, but rhetoric. I don’t need to disprove your rhetoric though, old Joe did last night when he pulled a 360 on half of his policies.

    3. @Светлана Воротынцева Yeah, you are full of it. I understand a lot of are not that smart, but most of us wont fall for that line of bullshit. We are not afraid of your nukes just like you all are not afraid of our sanctions.

    4. AP FACT CHECK: Biden’s State of Union is off on guns, EVs

      Liar and Chief!

      WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden related a faulty Democratic talking point about guns in his first State of the Union speech, made his plan on electric vehicles sound more advanced than it is and inflated the sweep of his infrastructure package. On several fronts, he presented ambitions as achievements.

      A look at some of his claims Tuesday night and a glance at the Republican response:
      COVID-19

      BIDEN: “Severe cases are down to a level not seen since July of last year.”

      THE FACTS: Biden overstated the improvement, omitting a statistic that remains a worrisome marker of the toll from COVID-19.
      While hospitalizations indeed are down from last summer, deaths remain high. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s COVID tracker shows 289 deaths on July 1, 2021. This past Monday the CDC tracker reported 1,985 deaths.
      ___
      GUNS
      BIDEN, asking Congress to pass measures he said would reduce gun violence: “Repeal the liability shield that makes gun manufacturers the only industry in America that can’t be sued, the only one.”

      THE FACTS: That’s false. While gun manufacturers do have legal protections from being held liable for injuries caused by criminal misuse of their weapons thanks to the 2005 Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act, they are not exempt or immune from being sued.

      The law lays out exceptions where manufacturers or dealers can be held liable for damages their weapons cause, such as defects or damages in the design of the gun, negligence, or breach of contract or warranty regarding the purchase of a gun.
      Families of victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, sued gun maker Remington, alleging “wrongful marketing” of firearms, and last month agreed to a $73 million settlement.
      ___
      ECONOMY
      BIDEN, promoting his $1 trillion infrastructure law: “We’re done talking about infrastructure weeks. We’re now talking about an infrastructure decade. … We’ll build a national network of 500,000 electric vehicle charging stations.”

      THE FACTS: Not so fast.
      The bipartisan legislation approved by Congress ended up providing just half of the $15 billion that Biden had envisioned to fulfill a campaign promise of 500,000 charging stations by 2030.

      Biden’s Build Back Better proposal aimed to fill the gap by adding back billions to pay for charging stations. But Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., in December declared that bill dead in its present form due to cost.

      Administration officials now say the infrastructure law will help “pave” the way for up to 500,000 charging outlets by 2030. That’s different than charging stations, which could have several outlets. They say private investments could help fill the gap. Currently there are over 100,000 EV outlets in the U.S.

      The Transportation Department’s plan asks states to build a nationwide network of EV charging stations that would place new or upgraded ones every 50 miles along interstate highways. The $5 billion in federal money over five years relies on cooperation from sprawling rural communities in the U.S., which are less likely to own EVs due to their typically higher price.
      States are expected to start construction as early as fall.
      ___
      BIDEN, on Intel’s plans for new factories in central Ohio: “Up to eight state-of-the-art factories in one place, 10,000 new jobs.”
      THE FACTS: His statement is premature. That many factories are not imminent and may or may not ever be built.
      Earlier this year, Intel announced it would open two factories expected to employ 3,000 people. The other 7,000 positions the project is slated to create are temporary construction jobs. It is also planning a chip foundry business that makes chips designed by other firms. Construction is expected to start this year.
      Intel has raised the possibility of constructing up to six more factories over the next decade, which could bring the total number of factory workers up to 10,000. But that is only a prospect, years away.
      ___
      BIDEN: “The pandemic also disrupted the global supply chain … Look at cars last year. One third of all the inflation was because of automobile sales. There weren’t enough semiconductors to make all the cars that people wanted to buy. And guess what? Prices of automobiles went way up … And so we have a choice. One way to fight inflation is to drag down wages and make Americans poorer. I think I have a better idea to fight inflation. Lower your costs and not your wages. Folks, that means make more cars and semi conductors in America. More infrastructure and innovation in America. More goods moving faster and cheaper in America … Instead of relying on foreign supply chains let’s make it in America.”

      THE FACTS: It’s dubious to suggest that more domestic manufacturing means less inflation.
      Manufactured products made overseas, particularly in countries such as China or Mexico where wages are lower, are generally cheaper than U.S.-made goods.
      Biden also places too much weight on supply chain disruptions from overseas as a factor in the worst inflation in four decades. Although those problems indeed have been a major factor in driving up costs, inflation is increasingly showing up in other areas, such as rents and restaurant meals, that reflect the rapid growth of the economy and wages in the past year and not a global supply bottleneck. Those trends are likely to keep pushing up prices even as supply chains recover.

      INFRASTRUCTURE LAW
      BIDEN on the infrastructure bill: “The single biggest investment in history was a bipartisan effort.”

      THE FACTS: No, it wasn’t that historic.

      Biden’s infrastructure bill was big, adding $550 billion in fresh spending on roads, bridges, and broadband Internet over five years. But measured as a proportion of the U.S. economy, it is slightly below the 1.36% of the nation’s gross domestic product that was spent on infrastructure, on average, during the first four years of the New Deal, according to an analysis by the Brookings Institution. It is even further below the roughly 2% spent on infrastructure in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
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      //:://

    5. @Dan Elmore How about, “we listened and we know when we are being lied to.” We listened when Biden said he has a plan to stop Covid, we listened when he told people to come to our border during the debate, we listened when he was on the defund the police bandwagon. We watched him lie for 40 years. We have a plan means we aren’t going to do jack.

  2. So why am I still suffering more and more every day from all directions on a FIXED INCOME???🤔
    For starters, why didn’t the States Attorney General of Iowa take my open shut case with SOLID EVIDENCE against the criminal in my case for which is still making my life a living hell???🤔🤔🤔
    WHERE IS TRUE JUSTICE ⚖???
    💪⚔🇺🇸🗽⚖🗽🇺🇸⚔💪

  3. She said Biden brought United States back to the 70s. Does she realize that besides Jimmy Carter in the late 70s, Nixon and Ford dominated the 70s with chaos?

    1. Like Carter was good? Hilarious!! We were oil dependent on the middle east and when Iran fell, we had the worst gasoline shortage. What the hell is with you democrats wanting to be oil dependent on the middle east? WTF??

    2. @Bowe Kinkade You read too much **** yourself! Try to think of the US public for a change, instead of throwing **** at the other party. We are tired of such **** from Republicans.

    3. AP FACT CHECK: Biden’s State of Union is off on guns, EVs

      Liar and Chief!

      WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden related a faulty Democratic talking point about guns in his first State of the Union speech, made his plan on electric vehicles sound more advanced than it is and inflated the sweep of his infrastructure package. On several fronts, he presented ambitions as achievements.

      A look at some of his claims Tuesday night and a glance at the Republican response:
      COVID-19

      BIDEN: “Severe cases are down to a level not seen since July of last year.”

      THE FACTS: Biden overstated the improvement, omitting a statistic that remains a worrisome marker of the toll from COVID-19.
      While hospitalizations indeed are down from last summer, deaths remain high. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s COVID tracker shows 289 deaths on July 1, 2021. This past Monday the CDC tracker reported 1,985 deaths.
      ___
      GUNS
      BIDEN, asking Congress to pass measures he said would reduce gun violence: “Repeal the liability shield that makes gun manufacturers the only industry in America that can’t be sued, the only one.”

      THE FACTS: That’s false. While gun manufacturers do have legal protections from being held liable for injuries caused by criminal misuse of their weapons thanks to the 2005 Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act, they are not exempt or immune from being sued.

      The law lays out exceptions where manufacturers or dealers can be held liable for damages their weapons cause, such as defects or damages in the design of the gun, negligence, or breach of contract or warranty regarding the purchase of a gun.
      Families of victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, sued gun maker Remington, alleging “wrongful marketing” of firearms, and last month agreed to a $73 million settlement.
      ___
      ECONOMY
      BIDEN, promoting his $1 trillion infrastructure law: “We’re done talking about infrastructure weeks. We’re now talking about an infrastructure decade. … We’ll build a national network of 500,000 electric vehicle charging stations.”

      THE FACTS: Not so fast.
      The bipartisan legislation approved by Congress ended up providing just half of the $15 billion that Biden had envisioned to fulfill a campaign promise of 500,000 charging stations by 2030.

      Biden’s Build Back Better proposal aimed to fill the gap by adding back billions to pay for charging stations. But Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., in December declared that bill dead in its present form due to cost.

      Administration officials now say the infrastructure law will help “pave” the way for up to 500,000 charging outlets by 2030. That’s different than charging stations, which could have several outlets. They say private investments could help fill the gap. Currently there are over 100,000 EV outlets in the U.S.

      The Transportation Department’s plan asks states to build a nationwide network of EV charging stations that would place new or upgraded ones every 50 miles along interstate highways. The $5 billion in federal money over five years relies on cooperation from sprawling rural communities in the U.S., which are less likely to own EVs due to their typically higher price.
      States are expected to start construction as early as fall.
      ___
      BIDEN, on Intel’s plans for new factories in central Ohio: “Up to eight state-of-the-art factories in one place, 10,000 new jobs.”
      THE FACTS: His statement is premature. That many factories are not imminent and may or may not ever be built.
      Earlier this year, Intel announced it would open two factories expected to employ 3,000 people. The other 7,000 positions the project is slated to create are temporary construction jobs. It is also planning a chip foundry business that makes chips designed by other firms. Construction is expected to start this year.
      Intel has raised the possibility of constructing up to six more factories over the next decade, which could bring the total number of factory workers up to 10,000. But that is only a prospect, years away.
      ___
      BIDEN: “The pandemic also disrupted the global supply chain … Look at cars last year. One third of all the inflation was because of automobile sales. There weren’t enough semiconductors to make all the cars that people wanted to buy. And guess what? Prices of automobiles went way up … And so we have a choice. One way to fight inflation is to drag down wages and make Americans poorer. I think I have a better idea to fight inflation. Lower your costs and not your wages. Folks, that means make more cars and semi conductors in America. More infrastructure and innovation in America. More goods moving faster and cheaper in America … Instead of relying on foreign supply chains let’s make it in America.”

      THE FACTS: It’s dubious to suggest that more domestic manufacturing means less inflation.
      Manufactured products made overseas, particularly in countries such as China or Mexico where wages are lower, are generally cheaper than U.S.-made goods.
      Biden also places too much weight on supply chain disruptions from overseas as a factor in the worst inflation in four decades. Although those problems indeed have been a major factor in driving up costs, inflation is increasingly showing up in other areas, such as rents and restaurant meals, that reflect the rapid growth of the economy and wages in the past year and not a global supply bottleneck. Those trends are likely to keep pushing up prices even as supply chains recover.

      INFRASTRUCTURE LAW
      BIDEN on the infrastructure bill: “The single biggest investment in history was a bipartisan effort.”

      THE FACTS: No, it wasn’t that historic.

      Biden’s infrastructure bill was big, adding $550 billion in fresh spending on roads, bridges, and broadband Internet over five years. But measured as a proportion of the U.S. economy, it is slightly below the 1.36% of the nation’s gross domestic product that was spent on infrastructure, on average, during the first four years of the New Deal, according to an analysis by the Brookings Institution. It is even further below the roughly 2% spent on infrastructure in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
      ___
      //:://

  4. Didn’t Ted Cruz go to Mexico when his state wAs hit with that snow storm … hold On kim didn’t Ted said keep the Mexicans out of the country but went to they country to avoid the snow ok

    1. @rolback you shouldn’t pay to much attention to what this idiot liberals say only less than 33% have that same stupid mentality, while more than half of Americans in this country think otherwise. In other words who cares what a liberal has to say.

    2. @russell pearce i don’t recall Biden leaving the country with the US in a state of emergency. I assume you have evidence of this and are anxious to let us know

  5. If I was governor Reynolds I would be concerned the DOJ would be knocking on my door in regards to her Covid relief to Iowa that she used for raises for her employees, by far amazing Iowa state auditor.

    1. @Ella Marsters Do you truly think it’s totally normal for the POTUS son to be paid $80,000 PER MONTH on the board of an oil company in the most corrupt country on the face of the planet while have literally ZERO experience in the oil industry?

  6. Amazing how she points out everything GOP stalled/stopped/legislated against to help citizens.

    1. @D Squared I will agree the main problem is letting some of these scum out on bail while they await trial.
      Curious on you opinion about honoring the capital police.

    2. @What’s Good My Guy Yeah no kidding. I didn’t hear of any filibuster at all. Last time I checked the Dems in the Senate couldn’t even get all their members to vote on Biden’s bill. The Repubs had nothing to do with that epic fail. That’s pretty sad. Even more sad that Biden didn’t reach out to the other side to get some more support. Something he bragged he could do when campaigning for President because he had been a senator for 45 years. What a waste of two years.

    3. @Elmosweed I think it was terrible and hopefully just a one time thing. Most republicans condemn it, Dems can’t seem to do the same for their own soft on crime policies. Biden is completely out of touch. He thinks giving police more money will solve it, it clearly won’t. They refuse to call out criminals or prosecuters, and I can’t think why other than they don’t want to upset the far left wing like AOC and them.

  7. how is it that the Republican Party never lets luminaries like gohmert, boebert, or Greene give the response? that would be a hoot.

    1. Same reason Biden became president. Both parties have their hierarchy and sadly the scummiest rise to the top.

  8. First Boebert and MTG screaming during the SOTU and then this?
    Republicans are the party of Karens.

    1. That’s a nice new buzz man the Republican party of karens spread the word🇺🇲🇺🇲🇺🇲🇺🇲🇺🇲🇺🇲🇺🇲🇺🇲🇺🇲👊🏽

    2. Its amazing that these people go on air and with the first 2 sentences you already know that she has no idea, how economy works, but cries about inflation. Its so embarrassing !!! And that woman was elected for governor ??? Wow, the US is presenting too much of these shitshows !!! Back to the kitchen, girl !!!!

  9. It’s like a tit for tat. We should hold all these leaders feet to the fire. If they want to spew leaning comments and work to get re-elected instead of coming together right now, in this time of need, we know what their priorities are and should vote accordingly. I’m an American first, not a Democrat or a Republican. I want some accountability from my leaders on both sides. Intelligent, action driven, honest work for what we pay them to do. I am not paying for your re-election.

  10. Looking in from the outside here in Canada and just shaking my head. She ran fast and loose with reality. Do your research people!

    1. i cant inflation has driven up the cost of research and stores are empty i can t get paper. it wasn’t like this over a year ago what changed i wonder?

    1. @Hue Carr If you believe things weren’t better during the Trump years you are delusional. Our border was secure , more minorities were working than ever before , inflation was down and you say gas prices were the same as it is now ? Every poll shows you are wrong ! Gasoline is up a dollar per gallon on average across the nation . That is a 40% increase from a year ago . I bet you like it that the democrats are trying to spend another 4 Trillion dollars . Do you have any idea what this spending is going to do to inflation and our nation ? Do you not see how high prices are when you go grocery shopping ? Trump had more minorities voting for him than any other republican president in history , why do you think that was ? The country is more divided than ever because of the democrats with their racist rhetoric . It’s time to STOP all the racial divide in this country and become one nation . AMERICA FIRST ! ” Lets Go Brandon “

    2. @Virginia Grim laugh out loud. You forgot to mention trump put more sanctions on Russia than any other president. And Biden lifted all of them with the stroke of a pen. And made Russia a oil power house. Prove me wrong. Things were better, safer and cheaper. Way cheaper under trump. Even during the pandemic. No disputing that. The stats and polls back me up on that. But here is my opinion. I don’t care about Russia or Ukraine. And everything you mentioned in your rant has been proven false. Dumb dumb. Do research and quit watching fake news

    3. @Hue Carr Well see Hue , there you go with your racist crap . Too bad you feel that way . All you see is black & white . Your way of thinking is what divides this country . BTW what might have been for me ? The truth , the facts ? Learn about what is actually happening in your country before you make stupid statements . Oh and my savior is God , not some president . Biden and the democrats are not going to save you , it’s up to you to save yourself . The democrats want to control you and you think they are going to save you . Think again .

  11. “I just watched the President’s address”… Then reads a pre-prepared script that has nothing to do with the speach.

    1. Republicans are backwards, supporting dictators and would be dictators and wealthy crimals such as DT.

    2. She laid out nothing but facts..and all the IDIOTS on here can do is bring up trump and call her a lier..CNN has got to have the most willfully ignorant audience ever

  12. This lady is hilarious! 🤣🤣🤣 Someone please tell me there aren’t people that actually believe this political BS.

  13. She is governor of a state whose prosperity has been oftentimes been subsidized by payments to farmers not to grow particular crops. Welfare on a huge scale.

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