Caught lying: The #BidenHarris2020 Fossil Fuel Frack Flip Flop

Two-faced Janus. Two male heads in profile, connected by the nape.

If you ever wondered what “say anything” looks like in a political campaign, look no further than this video that featured presidential and vice-presidential candidates Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. To me, they look like Janus. As the god of transitions and dualities, Janus is portrayed with two faces—one facing the past, and one facing the future. 

Make no mistake about it, they’d shut down the country to solve “climate change” while telling you they won’t.

But they have been caught, in the past, Harris said during the VP debate:

Kamala Harris: Joe Biden will not ban fracking. That is a fact

Pence claimed that a Biden administration would “abolish fossil fuels,” “ban fracking” and implement the Green New Deal.

Harris: “Joe Biden will not end fracking. He has been very clear about that,”

Harris also denied that Biden supports the Green New Deal, while attacking the Trump administration’s record on climate change and claiming “they don’t believe in science.”

Liars all around.

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Jeff Alberts
October 24, 2020 2:14 pm

Politicians lie. Who knew??

Reply to  Jeff Alberts
October 24, 2020 2:29 pm

For that reason, it is best to limit their control over you.

Bryan A
Reply to  Jeff Alberts
October 24, 2020 3:52 pm

How can you tell if a Politician is lying?

Their lips are moving

James Bull
Reply to  Bryan A
October 25, 2020 1:54 am

I’ve said that to many people then followed it with that’s why D Trump isn’t a politician because he does what he said he’d do not just saying what people want to hear and then doing nothing, had hoped that Boris here in the UK was similar but he’s not as willing to butt heads with others as Donald.

James Bull

Reply to  Jeff Alberts
October 25, 2020 10:52 am

Notice what Cam-AHHHHH-LA says and HOW she says it: “JOE BIDEN will not ban fracking”. As soon as the Dems can get him 25th’d and SHE assumes the position (humor intentional), there is little doubt that “KAMALA HARRIS WILL ban fracking” with a EO.

Reply to  Jeff Alberts
October 25, 2020 2:09 pm

“They don’t believe in science.” No, lady, they don’t believe in LIES! What is about that that they don’t or WON’T understand? She’s lying through her teeth, and so is Joe Biden!

Reply to  Jeff Alberts
October 25, 2020 8:17 pm

Giuliani led the 1980s federal prosecution of New York City mafia bosses as U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York.

October 26, 2020 6:42 am

“I never heard Aaron this concerned and worried in his entire life,” Mrs. Vaughn said in an interview. “He called me and said, ‘Mom, you and Dad have to take everything down. Biden has just put a huge target on everybody.’”

Rich Davis
October 24, 2020 2:45 pm

Joe Biden will not end fracking, that’s certain, no matter who wins the election. Comrade Kamala will be in charge very soon after any Harris/Biden victory.

John Mann
Reply to  Rich Davis
October 24, 2020 5:48 pm

Neither will be in charge. Both are the kind to be just front men––avatars, actually––doing the bidding of whoever is whispering in their ear.

Reply to  John Mann
October 24, 2020 10:26 pm

In good old times the word was

Reply to  Alex
October 25, 2020 3:38 pm

The difference between a marionette and a puppet.

A puppet has someone’s hand up it’s a$$.

Reply to  John Mann
October 25, 2020 2:31 am

Front persons, please…

Doug Huffman
Reply to  John Mann
October 25, 2020 3:49 am


Paraphillic Push-me-pull-yous. Follow the fists.

Mumbles McGuirck
October 24, 2020 2:49 pm

During the last debate, Biden admitted he would transition away from fossil fuels because ‘they pollute’. Afterward, his campaign had to backtrack about how quickly they’d make energy workers unemployed. But no one brought up how much renewables pollute the environment. Or how many birds are chopped by wind farms. He should be backtracking until the election.

Michael Jankowski
Reply to  Mumbles McGuirck
October 24, 2020 3:33 pm

He’s done this before…remarkably telling people coal miners would be trained into coders.

Reply to  Michael Jankowski
October 24, 2020 7:15 pm

Didn’t he also say anyone can learn to code?

Reply to  CGarner
October 24, 2020 8:33 pm

The local community college has a program where folks learn to use a database and generate a front end using Visual Basic. I think it takes a couple of years. They also have a program where people learn to write G-code for CNC machines. I think that one didn’t even take a year. Everyone has a niece or nephew who can write html, no college necessary.

The trouble with having minimal skills is that the job market is insecure.

Even with advanced coding skills, there is great danger of ageing out of the profession.

Computer systems architect requires a four year degree, pays reasonable money, has good employment prospects, and gives some hope of working in the field until retirement.

If they train miners to be coders, they will almost certainly be worse off than they were when they were mining. The vast majority of them don’t have the academic skills to succeed in a four year degree program and the government doesn’t seem willing to provide that kind of training anyway.

If you’re going to retrain miners, take advantage of, and build on, the skills they already have. That way they can have well paying long term careers.

Doug Huffman
Reply to  commieBob
October 25, 2020 3:55 am

Skills are no longer essential to academic success, rather an effective advocacy.

Reply to  commieBob
October 25, 2020 9:12 am

The trouble with all the emphasis on “coding” is that it is not about learning how to write computer programs. That is a college program in something like Software Design and Construction- a four year degree with only a minimal amount of actual C or C# or other programming language. When I took the first time the university had a “Computer Programming” course it was strange. On the first day the Prof was explaining the course. He held up a large, inch thick, soft cover book: Learning Fortran, and said “oh, by the way, you need to pick up a copy of this at the bookstore. You’ll need it to complete the homework”!

As a result, while anyone who wishes to write code for a new, at-scale application needs to learn the right computer language, they also need the CE degree to learn how different bits of a program fit together. Then “coding” generally consists of sitting in front of a monitor writing sub-routines with already defined variables and referenced sub-routines and making sure that your new subroutine produces the desired results and puts them in the correct places. That can be a difficult, tedious task. That is also why many computer engineers can seem a bit strange. It almost requires a bit of autism spectrum disorder to do it. Someone who is highly emotional will get frustrated beyond belief because every subroutine seems to be filled purposely with little traps when the problems are simply related to how the program is supposed to work

How the overall program is supposed to work, so there are layers upon layers of definition meetings, review meetings, re-definitions, new subroutines, etc.

Just look at the messy way the Windows operating system evolved from MS-DOS to the current nearly-impossible for the novice user to understand operating system. A third of it seems to be dedicated to helping the new user get it set up for their needs, another third is to try and catch mistakes, and the rest actually runs all the subroutines that do the behind the scenes dirty work, and half of it tries to get the user to buy additional stuff from Microsoft.

Coeur de Lion
Reply to  CGarner
October 25, 2020 12:49 am

Miners’ fingers are too big and powerful for keyboards

Reply to  Coeur de Lion
October 25, 2020 2:36 am

So? Make bigger keyboards, for which you will need
more plastic; which means more fossil fuel…

Rich Davis
Reply to  Coeur de Lion
October 25, 2020 4:49 am

Obviously we should make the keyboards out of wood (hand-carved), which would be sustainable and could be organically grown by local foresters of all genders.

In addition to saving the planet, it would create millions of high-paying jobs for keyboard carvers!

Not everyone should learn to code. Some people are better at working with their hands. Take Joe Biden for example. His former staff member Tara Reade says he is incredibly dextrous. He gets his hands into all kinds of places. And plus he’s way too ancient to get memes and stuff that I guess you do with coding. (What is “coding” anyway?)

Some climate arsonists will prolly raise the long-debunked claim that hand-carved wooden keyboards will be too expensive. Like, we’re saving the planet, and all these racists can think about is paying a little more for a keyboard. Sheesh!

So, there’s an obvious solution that the sexist homophobes are too dumb to think of. AOC’s $5,000 tax on plastic keyboards will make wooden keyboards the cheapest option, or at least competitive when her $10,000 tax credit for sustainable computer peripherals is applied.

But let’s be clear! Make no mistake, we won’t shut down the plastic keyboard industry. We’ll transition away from it over several weeks by eliminating the subsidies.

Did you know that they are allowed to write off the cost of materials, labor, and overhead (whatever that is)? These billionaires and trillionaires don’t need subsidies like that! Exspecially since they’re destroying the planet.

Peace out.

Reply to  Michael Jankowski
October 24, 2020 8:09 pm

The job market for computer programmers isn’t that great. link The Democrats seem to think that anyone can do any job. That’s a cruel joke.

It seems to me that miners have a variety of skills that can be developed and applied to other industries. One obvious job would be heavy equipment operator. That job has a reasonable job market.

Miners also get certified in trades like electrician, millwright, and mechanic. Miners, with not too much extra training, should be employable in a whole bunch of industries.

The Democrats have completely lost touch with working people.

Reply to  commieBob
October 24, 2020 10:30 pm

Agree with the comments above. Joe was likely mentally reaching for the last job he had heard of and tech has some mystique so Coding was pulled out of thin, very thin, air. Heavy equipment operator is a good solid job but without caché.

Reply to  commieBob
October 25, 2020 10:17 am

In my democratic run, pro union mecca it takes 8000 hrs of signed off work (by a journeyman or higher) plus a bunch of college credits to become a journeyman electrician, plumber, millwright, etc.. We don’t have coal so no miners need to transition here but for any blue collar worker who does want to transition still has a steep hill to climb before the powers that be allow it. This was of course lobbied for under the idea of protecting the citizenry but was done in reality to limit the available talent pool. Heck, just to braid hair you need to accredited courses, pass a test and pay a fee in this idiotic place.

FYI, no I’m not lobbying for every Tom, Dick or Harry be allowed to wire up a house with no training. What’s not needed is 8000hrs (~4 yrs) experience and a bunch of college credits to be taught proper techniques and how to follow code. There’s also no allowance for challenging the whole training regiment to prove you already know what you’re doing to get a license. As an example I’m not an electrician but could wire your house. My grandfather and dad taught me to wire as a kid (farm raised by farmers who learned through the school of hard knocks), the USN gave me college level electrical courses as part of my MOS (not college accredited), I have 25 yrs of electrical troubleshooting/repair (not under a journeyman’s supervision) as part of my job, I also know how to read the code book but I have no electrical certification of any kind. According to the state/unions I don’t have a clue what I’m doing and shouldn’t be allowed near any kind of electrical circuit let alone touch one nor be allowed to prove what I’m doing so I can get a license without first going through their one size fits all apprenticeship program…

October 24, 2020 3:03 pm

During the final Presidential debate, Biden said he would ban fracking on federal lands, but not on private land.

That obviously makes no sense from a policy standpoint, but it might make political sense. He needs to carry Pennsylvania, where fracking on private land is an important part of the economy. But on the Left Coast, where a large percentage of the land is federally owned, the pseudo-environmentalists are very opposed to fossil fuel extraction. Biden might be trying to mollify both.

However, in that same debate, he also called climate change an “existential threat to humanity,” and said, “we have to move toward net zero emissions.”

That’s 100% crackpottery. There’s no credible scientific evidence for it. Real science shows that manmade that climate change is modest & benign, and CO2 is beneficial.

But, more to the point, it is inconsistent with what he said about fracking. “Net zero” CO2 emissions implies zero fossil fuel use.

Biden apparently has trouble understanding that. Or maybe he was just pandering to a constituency which he knows has trouble understanding that. Or both. (Of course the media “fact-checkers” ignored that inconsistency.)

Even if anthropogenic CO2 emissions were never reduced, but were maintained at the current level for the rest of the century, the atmospheric CO2 concentration would plateau at only around 500 ppmv. Compared to the current 414 ppmv, 500 ppmv would be only 27% of one “doubling” of CO2 level, which would cause only a few tenths of a degree of global warming. Even using the IPCC’s inflated 3.0°C ECS estimate, 27% of a CO2 doubling would cause only 0.8°C of eventual warming. (Of course it would take a miracle to get the media “fact-checkers” to understand that.)

Biden does seem to have trouble with arithmetic. He also scrambled the Covid-19 fatality statistics. He twice claimed that by the end of the year Covid-19 will have killed another 200,000 Americans (while blaming Trump for it, of course).

‍‍‍‍‍‍ 228,381 (US Covid deaths as of Oct 22)
– 222,723 (US Covid deaths as of Oct 15)
‍‍‍‍‍‍ ——–
= ‍‍‍‍‍‍ 5,658 deaths in one week / 7 = 808.3 deaths per day

Biden apparently thinks that 70 days × 808 deaths/day (which he exaggerated as 1000/day) = 200,000 deaths. He said it twice. Oops. (Of course the media “fact-checkers” ignored it.)

Carlo, Monte
Reply to  Dave Burton
October 24, 2020 6:00 pm

He also blurted out his goal of “net zero carbon” by 2025, four years from now.

What a doofus.

Reply to  Carlo, Monte
October 24, 2020 6:36 pm

Monte Carlo:
“What a doofus”?

Do not call Joe Biden a doofus.

That is an insult to real doofuses.
Richard Greene
Doofuses of America
Assistant Executive Washroom Attendant
Even Numbered Stalls
(promoted last year,
from odd numbered stalls)

Jeff Alberts
Reply to  Richard Greene
October 24, 2020 7:29 pm

“Doofuses of America
Assistant Executive Washroom Attendant
Even Numbered Stalls
(promoted last year,
from odd numbered stalls)”

One day they’ll actually give you cleaning equipment. Then you’ll be able to go out in public again. 🙂

Reply to  Carlo, Monte
October 25, 2020 8:14 am

I don’t remember hearing Biden say that, MC.

I googled and found a transcript. It’s on a site that I’m unfamiliar with, so I don’t know whether it can be trusted to be fully accurate. But this is the only statement by Biden about “net zero” which it reports:

Joe Biden: (24:07)… we have to move toward net zero emissions. The first place to do that by the year 2035 is in energy production, by 2050 totally.

So, Biden called for “net zero emissions” (i.e., a 100% elimination of fossil fuels) in “energy production” (which I presume means electricity production, at least) within 15 years, and the elimination of fossil fuels for other uses (transportation, home heating, steel manufacturing, etc.) 15 years after that.

It is absolutely insane.

Is a 15-year deadline less insane than a 5-year deadline for societal suicide, in pursuit of a harsher climate, a browner world, and lower crop yields?

Well, arguably. Both make him “a danger to himself and others,” but the 5-year deadline would be a more immediate danger.

Also, we could actually build some nuclear power plants in the next fifteen years, though obviously not enough to replace all the coal and natural gas fired plants. Additionally, it is possible that battery improvements within the next 30 years could make it feasible to use electricity for most automotive transportation, though probably not for airplanes and cargo ships.

But it’s still insane.

Carlo, Monte
Reply to  Dave Burton
October 25, 2020 12:46 pm

I think it was toward the end when Biden tried to repeat the goal but it came out as 2025 instead of 2035. You are correct, it is societal suicide, either one is a return to subsistence farming with only hand tools. Even if it is 2835, it still isn’t going to happen.

Rich Davis
Reply to  Carlo, Monte
October 25, 2020 5:07 pm

I think you’re being overly pessimistic there Monte, unless your point is that fossil fuels will still be abundant and the lowest cost alternative for another millennium, so that it won’t make financial sense to transition.

Eventually fossil fuels will get too difficult (expensive) to extract. (But maybe not by 2835).

Thorium breeder reactors, whether MSR or other designs, should be pretty close to an inexhaustible cheap and safe energy supply. Is there any technical reason to doubt that they could be commercially available by 2050 and built out by 2100? The French took a lot less time building their conventional nukes.

For several more centuries surely natural gas will be a clean, versatile, and plentiful option. And once we finally realize that CO2 is not the climate control knob, there will be probably five or more centuries where we continue to tap coal reserves economically.

After that, any kind of hydrocarbons that we still find useful for transportation fuel, cement and steel production, or petrochemicals for plastics, etc. can be synthesized from biomass with electricity providing the heat source or power for electrolysis. (This is nothing more than a chemical storage of energy, which you would only do if fossil fuels and feedstocks have truly been depleted).

There would also be biodiesel, methanol, and ethanol that can satisfy some of the demand for liquid transportation fuels without needing any fossil fuels. Maybe ammonia makes sense as well, electrolyzing water to get hydrogen and reacting it with nitrogen from the air. Hell, even electric vehicles may make sense in the mix.

The future’s so bright, we gotta wear shades! The only thing we have to fear are the fear-mongers themselves.

Reply to  Carlo, Monte
October 25, 2020 8:47 am

P.S. — Oops, I see that that Bunce 2016 link doesn’t include even the abstract:

Bunce, J.A., 2016. Crop responses of soybeans and wheat to elevated CO2 in free-air and open top chamber systems. Field Crops Res. 186, 78–85. doi:10.1016/j.fcr.2015.11.010 (Abstract, and full text.)

Here’s a 2020 paper which reports that the F.A.C.E. methodology which is used in many CO2 fertilization experiments actually underestimates the benefits of elevated CO2 for crop yields:

Allen, L.H. et al, 2020. Fluctuations of CO2 in Free-Air CO2 Enrichment (FACE) depress plant photosynthesis, growth, and yield. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 284, 15 April 2020, 107899. doi:10.1016/j.agrformet.2020.107899 (Abstract, full text.)

Reply to  Carlo, Monte
October 25, 2020 9:31 am

Australia is blazing the path for us, which Biden, Harris & AOC propose to follow. Jo Nova explains:

Reply to  Dave Burton
October 24, 2020 7:22 pm

Of course you don’t have to ban fracking to get rid if it even on private land. A sufficient level of expensive regulations will do the trick.

Bob Weber
Reply to  Dave Burton
October 24, 2020 9:18 pm

Even if anthropogenic CO2 emissions were never reduced, but were maintained at the current level for the rest of the century, the atmospheric CO2 concentration would plateau at only around 500 ppmv. Compared to the current 414 ppmv, 500 ppmv would be only 27% of one “doubling” of CO2 level, which would cause only a few tenths of a degree of global warming. Even using the IPCC’s inflated 3.0°C ECS estimate, 27% of a CO2 doubling would cause only 0.8°C of eventual warming. (Of course it would take a miracle to get the media “fact-checkers” to understand that.)

There’s no credible scientific evidence the atmospheric CO2 level is set by MME. The atm CO2 can climb well past 500 ppmv naturally as long as the ocean warms without much cooling.

I agree with your assessment of Biden in spite of your mistaken belief in even modest AGW.

Reply to  Bob Weber
October 25, 2020 9:34 am

Bob, source reference four your quote pls ? sounds interesting, thx.

Reply to  Bob Weber
October 27, 2020 12:09 pm

Bob Weber wrote, “There’s no credible scientific evidence the atmospheric CO2 level is set by MME” [Man-Made Emissions].

The atmospheric CO2 level is determined by the combination of all the fluxes of CO2, into and out of the atmosphere. Mankind’s net fluxes are currently adding about 5 ppmv CO2 per year, to the atmosphere. Nature’s net fluxes are currently removing about 2½ ppmv CO2 per year. The difference is the rate at which the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere is rising: about +2½ ppmv per year.

Bob continued, “The atm CO2 can climb well past 500 ppmv naturally as long as the ocean warms…”

That is incorrect. The ongoing atmospheric CO2 level increase is not from ocean outgassing.

The oceans are not warming enough to have much effect. We know from ice core data that the decline in temperature from MWP peak to the bottom of the LIA reduced atmospheric CO2 level in Antarctic ice cores by only about 9 ppmv, in 450 years, a rate of only about 2 ppmv per century. Likewise, the difference between interglacial peak CO2 levels and glacial maxima CO2 levels is only about 90 ppmv, from the combined result of ocean temperature changes, ice sheet burial, and probably other mechanisms.

Here are Law Dome (Antarctic) ice core data, back to year 1010. Scroll down to “CO2, 75 Year Smoothed”, then keep scrolling. Watch CO2 levels climb to their peak of 284.1 ppmv circa 1170 (MWP), and fall to their lowest level of 275.3 ppmv circa 1615 (LIA):

The temperature decrease from the MWP peak to the bottom of the LIA caused a CO2 level change of just 8.8 ppmv.

Since then CO2 levels have increased by about 138 ppmv.

Unless you think that the warming during the current climate optimum has been (138/8.8)= 15 times greater (compared to the worst of the LIA) than the warmth of the MWP, that means the recent warming cannot have caused the CO2 level increase.

The reason that the atmospheric CO2 level would plateau at only about 500 ppmv if CO2 emissions continued at the current rate is that the natural negative feedbacks which remove CO2 from the air accelerate sharply as CO2 levels rise.

“It is like pumping air into a tyre with a puncture: the harder you pump the faster the air escapes.”
Clive Best

Reply to  Dave Burton
October 24, 2020 10:40 pm

“During the final Presidential debate, Biden said he would ban fracking on federal lands, but not on private land.“

In western states, mineral rights are often in a checkerboard pattern of federal and private acreage. Banning fracking on Federal lands will cause a problem with competitive drainage, the gas under the Fed’s land will be produced by wells on the private land. Government will not get the royalty revenue. Too bad, so sad.

george Tetley
Reply to  Dave Burton
October 25, 2020 3:53 am

If The Donald is to blame for all, I suggest that we are entering into paradise, for what reason do we need the millions of beaucrats?
Drain The Swamp Donald

Clay Sanborn
October 24, 2020 3:04 pm

Probably why Pelosi recently brought up the 25th Amendment, ostensibly for contemporary use against President Trump, but in reality as a DNC and Democrat planned construct that Democrats will invoke (with Joe Biden’s approval), should Biden win, to make Harris president. Biden is apparently suffering from early-onset dementia, and this will be the impetus for the 25th invocation. The DNC plan has been all along, in this presidential election cycle, for Harris to be president. But since Harris cannot win the office outright, they are going to use this subversive and insidious method.

Ron Long
Reply to  Clay Sanborn
October 24, 2020 3:55 pm

Right on, Clay. Democrat activists behind the scenes are saying “Biden is not the destination, he is the doorway”. And Burning Sanders now wants to be a Cabinet member if Biden wins. November 3 will be an intense night, probably followed by a month of legal mud wrestling.

John F Hultquist
Reply to  Clay Sanborn
October 24, 2020 5:56 pm

Biden is apparently suffering from early-onset dementia, . . .

Sleepy Joe is 78. Early-onset dementia assumes under the age of 65.
Perhaps once diagnosed as EOD the label sticks regardless of age. Joe has acted a bit like a combination of the Disney dwarfs for most of his public life. Maybe that’s a rumor. Being a “Joe expert” is not part of my interests.

Tired Old Nurse
Reply to  John F Hultquist
October 24, 2020 10:01 pm

Right. Biden simply has senile dementia. He could remain at this level (not saying much) for some time or start a rapid decline. I am not a member of any political party but the Leftists in the Democratic Party absolutely disgust me.

Flight Level
October 24, 2020 3:18 pm

Next on Craigslist :
Perfectly good super-power and all it’s assets for sale. Highest cash offer takes, no questions asked. Contact Creepy Joe on ….

Reply to  Flight Level
October 25, 2020 4:04 am

Flight Level
You got it all wrong !
Hunters got the keys to the bank and every China restaurant will have “crack” as a free starter (bring your own pipe)

Bob Hunter
October 24, 2020 3:22 pm

btw Let’s not forget it was the technology improvements in fracking (& horizontal drilling) during Obama & Biden’s time in office that enabled Obama to claim that the USA was oil self sufficient for the first time in decades

And do not forget Obama was not responsible for any of the technology improvements.

Larry in Texas
Reply to  Bob Hunter
October 24, 2020 3:36 pm

Yeah, Obama laughably tried to claim it, and it sure as heck wasn’t due to any of his policies: no leases on Federal land, climate change-based regulations that hindered oil and gas operations until squashed by Trump when he became President. But I forget the last year in which we became truly an oil and gas exporter, producing much more oil and gas than we actually consume in a year. I have to go back and look at the EIA statistics. I thought it had really occurred in 2017 or 2018 under Trump.

Reply to  Larry in Texas
October 24, 2020 9:20 pm

Harris: “Joe Biden will not end fracking. He has been very clear about that,”

Maybe not directly, but he will snuff it out with regulations in order to keep his far-left base happy.

Loren C Wilson
Reply to  Bob Hunter
October 24, 2020 3:51 pm

Nor was the shale boom due to federal help. They banned further hydraulic fracturing on federal lands. The entire boom was done using state and private lands. As soon as they are in power again, they will ban the technique in every location that they control. They will increase environmental scrutiny and rules to eliminate it on private lands as well.

Michael Jankowski
October 24, 2020 3:35 pm

Well sure, they’re going to screw-up our energy programs, economy, and legal system.

But at least we’ll have Bidencare.

October 24, 2020 4:21 pm
Reply to  Dan-O
October 24, 2020 7:06 pm

Several obscene Hunter Biden tapes are now out. What a perved druggy. I’d like to know the back story of him using a credit card of Malia Obama to make lines of cocaine.

Rich Davis
Reply to  Scissor
October 25, 2020 6:06 pm

Suspended account

Krudd Gillard of the Commondebt of Australia
Reply to  Dan-O
October 24, 2020 7:08 pm

Wow – I have not seen this before. I wonder how many people who vote in the USA are aware of this. Biden had a wifi connected device at the debate. But did Trump have one too? If he didn’t, why has more of this not been made of this by now?

October 24, 2020 4:27 pm

Biggest crowd yet at the Biden rally in PA today.

Bryan A
Reply to  Scissor
October 24, 2020 5:43 pm

The only thing missing at that Biden Rally was Biden
Thanks for adding him in at the end

Reply to  Scissor
October 24, 2020 5:54 pm

We don’t do things like those chumps out there with the microphones, those Trump guys,” he told supporters ensconced in about 130 cars at a drive-in rally at Bucks County Community College in Newtown. link

If I read this correctly, there were 130 cars of Biden supporters. If we’re being generous, there might have been four supporters per car. That’s only 520 people. That sounds kind of pathetic for a rally in the last week of the campaign. As far as I can tell from the video, the Trump supporters didn’t actually outnumber the Biden supporters though. 🙂

A quick web search for Trump rally attendance produces this. Trump attracts big crowds.

Are things really this bad for Biden?

Bryan A
Reply to  commieBob
October 24, 2020 9:59 pm

No no noooo
CoVid restrictions require single occupant only, you can’t maintain the 6′ Social Distancing separation requirement in a car

Krudd Gillard of the Commondebt of Australia
Reply to  Scissor
October 24, 2020 7:13 pm

How can Biden be ahead? Outside of the CNNs, there appears to be no enthusiasm for him, like Hillary last time.

Tom Abbott
Reply to  Krudd Gillard of the Commondebt of Australia
October 24, 2020 8:29 pm

Trump said tonight he thinks he will do better in the 2020 election than he did in the 2016 election.

The polls all oversample Democrats so they are skewed towards Biden, but it’s just like in 2016, when Hillary was leading Trump in the polls. She wasn’t really leading.

Trump is drawing tens of thousands of people to his rallies. Biden gets a few dozen. Even Obama doesn’t generate a crowd.

Reply to  Tom Abbott
October 24, 2020 9:12 pm

Progressive viciousness towards anyone who disagrees with them is much greater this year compared to 4 years ago.
I don’t recall stories of people getting fired for openly supporting Trump in 2016.

Reply to  MarkW
October 25, 2020 3:19 am

Roger Stone said 2016 was tough but 2020 will be much tougher.

Tom Abbott
Reply to  MarkW
October 25, 2020 5:56 am

The Lefties are definitely angrier this time around. Probably because they lost last time, and because it seems Trump survives every smear they throw at him.

The Lefties are going to be in bad shape after they lose this election. The Democrat party may fracture. Many elites in the Democrat party may go to jail for their involvement in the attempted coup against President Trump.

A Trump win will be *very* interesting.

October 24, 2020 4:29 pm

The Hunter Biden laptop emails should remove all doubt that Joe Biden is an influence peddler. link

If Biden is elected, the first thing Congress has to do is to impeach him. That would leave Horrendous Harris as the president. That’s exactly what the Democrat party bosses want.

Reply to  commieBob
October 24, 2020 7:17 pm

Hunter has a slogan, “White lines matter.”

Tom Abbott
Reply to  commieBob
October 25, 2020 6:03 am

“That would leave Horrendous Harris as the president.”

The only good thing you can say about Harris is she, unlike Joe Biden, is not a target for blackmail from China or Russia, because we don’t think she has ever done business with either on the side, unlike Joe Biden, who has done business with them, and is a target for blackmail from these regimes for that very reason.

If Biden is elected, he will do the bidding of the Chicom’s and the Russians because they have the evidence of his criminality and will threaten to expose him if he doesn’t comply with their demands.

Harris is not blackmail bait, as far as we know, but even so, she would be a disaster for the United States if she ever became president. In fact, any democrat who becomes president in the current climate, would be a disaster because all of them want to transform the United States into a Socialist state.

October 24, 2020 4:46 pm

Just believe what I say today. What i said yesterday does not exist. Do as i say not as i do. The world is flat. We will all die in 10 years if we don’t fight climate change (Repeat every 10 years). I know everything you don’t. Now to reality. They will destroy the country, the economy of all the western nations. Third world here we go. The CCP will be laughing all the way to the bank. Money well spent on JB.

Mike Maguire
October 24, 2020 5:02 pm

You don’t frack for sun and wind
Started by metmike – Oct. 24, 2020, 1:20 p.m.

October 24, 2020 5:20 pm

Fossil fuels will be around long after Joe has sniffed his last girl scout and Kamala has turned America into Venezuela.

Reply to  damp
October 24, 2020 6:05 pm

Did Venezuela have a meaningful opposition? It seems to me that the population got the government it deserved. A very significant number of Americans won’t fall for that crap.

Reply to  commieBob
October 24, 2020 7:08 pm

Yes there was opposition but their guns were taken and many put in jail.

As long as we have 1st and 2nd amendments we’ll be fine. That’s why the prospect of a stacked Supreme Court is so dangerous.

Reply to  commieBob
October 25, 2020 7:09 am

commieBob, according to Joseph de Maistre, “Every country has the government it deserves.”

Americans have been “falling for” socialism since the 1930s, at least. It would be difficult to name or number all the unconstitutional programs that have have been accepted, if not demanded, by We the People.

If you want a measure of how much Marxist Kool-Ade the voting public has imbibed, ask someone whether people should be responsible for their own retirement resources, or whether insurance companies should be allowed to cover risks, not forced to pay for certainties.

Reply to  damp
October 25, 2020 8:48 am

The belief that a big government is necessary for a country to prosper goes all the way back to Alexander Hamilton.

Reply to  MarkW
October 25, 2020 9:44 am

MarkW, we could certainly trace the socialist impulse back to Plymouth colony, where it produced the same results it always does: misery, poverty and death.

October 24, 2020 6:08 pm

Flip Flop? Pro-Choice, selective, opportunistic, relativistic, politically congruent, ostensibly “secular” quasi-religion.

October 24, 2020 6:20 pm

A key ingredient in the severe backlash against Dems in midterms or re-elections is the over reach of trying to extrapolate the politics of NYC and SF onto the nation. The real fear is measured and calculating insanity over time.

October 24, 2020 6:52 pm

The Biden candidacy is the desperate attempt of the extreme leftists who own the Democratic Party and can’t win on their own to front a puppet candidate whose strings they hope they can hide. Too bad, we live in the Internet age and it’s not working, despite Big Tech doing their best to block the truth, which is going to backfire bigly if Trump is reelected with a majority in Congress.

Meanwhile here’s one thing they can’t stop: my cool free Bidenscope, using my Historyscoping techniques and resources to probe the sick shady history of a career Washington politician and detail his capture by the leftists. There’s just enough time left to study it and arm yourself with the facts to fight the agitprop.

Biden is an empty coat with strings up his back, all leading to the evil puppetmaster George Sauron, er, Soros. No surprise, the name Biden is a variant of Button, as in buttons on his empty coat. 🙂

October 24, 2020 7:55 pm

The Holy Grail for Leftists is the Green New Deal which will give US Leftists an estimated $100 trillion in taxpayer money and allow these tyrants to control every aspect aspect of our lives and economy and will create a dystopian Socialist New World Order…

As some Leftists have let slip, the Global Warming hoax has never been about the environment, but rather the destruction of capitalism.

We’re about 1 week away from seeing if this Orwellian dystopia will occur.

Oh, goody…

Bruce Cobb
Reply to  SAMURAI
October 25, 2020 7:00 am

There’s also a distinct possibility that, whichever way this goes, there will be a court challenge, keeping the actual result up in the air for weeks. Yippee.

October 24, 2020 7:59 pm

“Shut down climate not the country”

Biden, probably

Mark J.
October 24, 2020 10:32 pm

Anthony: Be somewhat cautious. At times, I fear that if certain people are elected, climate change skeptics will be rounded up and never heard from again. I say this not entirely in jest: Some on the Left, I am certain, would like to punish their opponents by all necessary means. Loss of job, fines, gag orders, etc.

Reply to  Mark J.
October 25, 2020 2:09 am

Several prominent warmunists have already suggested jail time for skeptics.

October 25, 2020 3:17 am

Whenever one hears such a pair speaking with one voice, look for the Ventriloquist.

Pompeo for example, does a very good dummy act while mouthing London’s Henry Jackson Society demands to the entire world.

Biden-Harris I think everyone sees, but who is the ventriloquist?

Obama sure looks like graduated from dummy to a ventriloquist-wannabee, but it is actually UN Climate Finance advisor Mark Carney, Canadian ex-chief of London’s Bank of England.

Knowing the ventriloquist, the Biden-Harris program is none other than the digital Green New Deal of Carney’s Great Reset. It is far more than just banning carbon, even giant Hedge fund BlackRock is onboard.

Carney titled it Regime Change at the Jackson Hole FED confab. The are out to uproot the petrodollar, which itself already uprooted the Dollar in the 1970’s. So they have done it once already. Anyone notice how these Resets destroy the physical economy?

Bruce Cobb
October 25, 2020 4:31 am

Trump lost the popular vote in 2016 by 2.7 million, but won by virtue of the electoral college which infuriated the Dems, who seem to want to abolish it. We appear to be headed for a similar situation with this election, which is why there is so much attention on the swing states of Pennsylvania and Florida. New Hampshire is also a possible swing, but with very little clout with only 4 electoral votes. Biden’s gaff in the debate WRE “transitioning away” from oil could have hurt Biden some, but will it be enough is the question. It’s going to be close, folks, make no mistake.

Reply to  Bruce Cobb
October 25, 2020 5:44 am

The sick things coming out and especially those confirmed by emails and video should be disqualifying for Biden.

October 25, 2020 9:22 am

What state is this again? Oh PA, we love fracking. Of course you must understand that any non-swing state with shale and fracking can drop dead.

There will be an iron curtain falling across the land with over reach, executive orders, and unofficial treaties to enforce. The Shire will burn.

Pat from kerbob
October 25, 2020 9:34 am

The explicit promise of the green new deal is collapse oil and gas use, which means travel, airlines, tourism etc all have to go.

Hawaii is a reliable Blue state, it’s gdp is down 42% mainly because it is totally dependent on tourism

Are the people there being made aware that the GND specifically excludes Hawaiian recovery?

October 25, 2020 9:56 am

Like all crazy leftist mandates for the public good, it’s a bumper sticker slogan that appeals to their base with not a single thought given to practical reality. The leftist-loving media doesn’t ask important questions because they are just as vacuous. Here are the questions we want answers to:

1. Who will supply fossil fuels while we “transition”? Totalitarian, oppressive countries like Russia, Venezuela, Saudi Arabia? So Americans will subsidize their oppression and have to meddle in their territotial disputes to keep fossil fuel resources secure, right? And we’ll be subject to their asking price?

2. What will we transition to? Battery-powered transportation? Where do we get the raw materials like lithium and rare-earth elements for electric motors? From totalitarian, oppressive countries like China?

3. Will the government subsidize the much higher cost of electric vehicles for every American? How much will that cost the taxpayers, which is where all government money comes from?

4. What reliable 24/7 base load power generation technology will we transition to? Nuclear? No? Wind and solar? Have you done the math? No? Are you complete idiots or do you just like pretending to be?

October 25, 2020 11:05 am

I hear the green internment camps have a lot of solar and wind installations and bike power generators.

Row (pedal) well and live.

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