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    1. @Teresa Ellis snooze. Bring out the goods on Hunter or stfu.
      I dont care if Hunter goes down or Biden. What do i care? Point is anything you think could be used against Biden is still irrelevant bc according to even the right wing’s accusations these supposed deals happened when Biden wasn’t bin office.
      Stop it , it’s embarrassing for you guys to still be on this debunked nonsense.

  1. It was interesting to see Kevin McCarthy rising from time to time and applauding Biden more enthusiastically than Joe Manchin.

    1. @mark so you think his ending of the help to the poorest of us (which lowered child poverty by 40%) was a good thing? Manchin said he voted against because people would only buy drugs with that money (untrue, by the way). Don’t you think our kids deserve to eat properly? or do you want more brain damaged folks in our population? And no, he ISN’T working for his people. check out their stats in his state. appalling enough to make you think he just wants them poor and stupid so he can continue driving his Porche around town. healthcare, #47, education#45, economy #48, infrastructure #50 still think he even CARES about any of them? or his donors? I have my answer.

    2. @shomesomlove clearly. that is why his first year in office he has the best job numbers ever recorded, and the best economy since 1982. We got an infrastructure package that your guy couldn’t even come up with while republicans do all they can to block everything. All while dealing with covid, supply chain issues, and inflation that yeah, guess what? the entire world is dealing with.

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    4. ?YouTube a censurado los documentales de el ( Donbass ayer Hoy y mañana) y (Donbass la zona gris).

    1. ?YouTube a censurado los documentales de el ( Donbass ayer Hoy y mañana) y (Donbass la zona gris).

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    1. 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.
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      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.
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      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.
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      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.
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      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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    2. @Teresa Ellis My, oh my. You need a nappie time, dear, so you can calm down. You’re being v-e-r-y defensive about your Orange Lord.

    3. @Ron Haworth what’s that got to do with 2021/2022 moron?
      We all know what a useless clown Bush was, but Brandon is outdoing him and it only took 13 months.
      God help us all in the next 35.

    4. @Eddi Gilette name 5 of the 100 that died during Trump’s presidency. Five that were killed in direct conflict, not training accidents.

      My point, the 100, if there were, were not a direct result of Trump’s decisions.

  2. I have been around long enough to know that these speeches mean little to nothing just a big show

    1. Well I’m glad you been around long enough since the State of the Union speech by the president every year of his presidency has been around since Washington. 🙂

    2. ?YouTube a censurado los documentales de el ( Donbass ayer Hoy y mañana) y (Donbass la zona gris).

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  3. The uncomfortable shifting and look on “heels in the air” when spoke about border security.

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  4. On day one Biden signed many executive orders, would’ve liked him to go over a few and say how proud and successful he is for doing this. For example shutting down the Keystone line, then five months later opening Russian pipeline. Tell Americans why this was such a proud moment for Joe, anything you sign on day one you must be very excited about yet not a word.

    1. @Kathy Jones Kathy fact check? Biden signed an order on day one to shut down Keystone is Biden proud of this or not he should be why else was it one of his first orders as president but he didn’t say a word about it in his state of the union speech. Why do you have to drag Trump into it

    2. @maxine addair Maxine human beings thru history take land, rob, rape, kill each other we can’t change history, we don’t like it even today Putin doing same thing, the clock doesn’t spin backwards get your head out of some fairy tail cloud. The U.S. has become more energy efficient in the last 50 years it took hundreds of years to dirty up the planet, takes time to reverse it. Do you live in a tent, walk every where and use an outhouse I doubt it

    3. ?YouTube a censurado los documentales de el ( Donbass ayer Hoy y mañana) y (Donbass la zona gris).

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    1. @How are you all doing Wrong. Republicans are just as likely to be welfare dopers as anyone else.

    2. @maxine addair your just a left wing punk. And what you said was high school level. And it doesn’t change the facts. No matter how hard you try. Things were better, safer and cheaper. Way cheaper under trump. Even during the pandemic. No disputing that. The stats and polls back me up. And China and Russia respected and feared trump. And Russia will win this war. That to is a fact. Now back to your fake news.

  5. Your first 3 hits were inviting Ukranian Ambassador, women in the background, and no masks? Guess Biden’s policy wishes would have put me to sleep also.

  6. Since most SOTUs are usually bragging about accomplishments,I thought this would last about 3 minutes.

  7. “Look man, we’ve all been there.”
    It’s like when you respond out loud to someone because you think they’re talking to you, but they’re actually just on the phone. 😳 Lol Ug that’s a embarrassing.

  8. Biden suggests we LOWER OUR COSTS…not our wages…
    Hmmm…how do businesses typically go about lowering their costs? Anyone got a guess? Someone? Perhaps it has to do with ones wages in a way? OH YEAH…they cut staff. Meaning you lose ALL your wages.
    How does an individual cut costs? Are we to believe the solution to increased prices is to start riding bikes instead of driving? Set your thermostat to an uncomfortable 80 in the summer so your AC doesn’t kick on as much? Maybe shower ever other day? Or every three days so you don’t use as much water?
    It’s bull crap.
    Couple that with the fact that, magically, the masks COULDN’T have possibly come off last month, last week, not Friday, not Saturday, not Sunday. Nope. The masks were FINALLY able to come off precisely on the day of the SOTU. it’s an absolute magic trick how the science lined up so perfectly. It is PURE THEATER. You are a fool to not see it. That goes for both left and right.

  9. Van Jones said “that was Joe Biden at his best”. Let’s pray we never see him at his worst.

    1. Meh Chomsky proved himself to be a joke. He was calling for more censorship of covid misinformation

  10. I loved when he coughed directly into his hands at least 2 times in his speech, then proceeds to shake every ones hands afterwards. We set the bar low guys… Lol.

  11. Let’s pray that Biden is capable of occupying the office until he is replaced in 2024. The November 2022 Red Wave will have to do until then to minimize the harm.

  12. I think both parties need to get someone stronger and more with it to run for office of presidency. Both Trump and Bieden both are to damn old to run for office again never.

  13. I can only hope that we Europeans have recognized the signs of the times and are better positioned for the future in the economy and the military.
    If you see what weak presidents America has produced in recent years with Trump and now Biden, the US will have enough problems of its own in the future.

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