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Totally improper. And what did he think could be done before the election anyway? Barr will almost certainly refuse, and rightly so.
“Court packing” is a colloquial expression dating to at least the 1930’s when Franklin Roosevelt proposed adding seats to the court. It backfired and failed and has been referred to as court packing ever since. It’s the kind of succinct, well-known term newspeople normally like.
No amount of “great” communicating would make suppressing a newspaper article acceptable, especially since Twitter was for two years an open sewer of misinformation about Trump-Russia collusion.
Some denial: “Biden’s campaign would not rule out the possibility that the former VP had some kind of informal interaction with Pozharskyi, which wouldn’t appear on Biden’s official schedule.“
This is a standard White House Christmas party photo. It means nothing. There are hundreds of these pictures with journalists of all stripes posing with first families of both parties.
From the article: “The CDC itself caused a stir at the end of August by estimating that the virus directly caused only 6 percent, or now just over 11,000 of the 187,000 attributed deaths. Most of these deaths were in the elderly.”
Quote: “So evidence is accumulating that the accusations outlined in the emails are accurate. Joe Biden is ignoring it, and when he can't ignore it, he is stonewalling it. Many media outlets are all but ignoring it. Social media is trying to suppress it.”
This is the interview that Youtube suppressed. You can see it here, courtesy of the station that did it in the first place.
A NY Times columnist quits in disgust at what an organ of enforced orthodoxy the paper’s editorial pages have become. Read every word. The ring of truth is unmistakable.
People wondering why we don’t have better presidential choices than we are getting this year should think about the Barr hearing yesterday. Why would people of quality and ability want to expose themselves to the poisonous climate of our political life today?