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David Bossie: Radical Dems attack Manchin – GOP should be ready to welcome West Virginia senator

Joe Manchin goes out of his way to think before he speaks – the opposite of so many Democrats today

The answer to the question about who’s really in control of the Democrat Party is coming to a head. Is it President Joe Biden or Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., and Ilhan Omar, D-Minn.?

At 73 years of age, Joe Manchin is a well-known figure in the U.S. Senate. Manchin goes about his business and somehow manages to keep getting reelected even though his home state of West Virginia is trending more conservative each and every year. He was narrowly reelected in 2018 despite the fact that President Trump carried West Virginia with 69% of the vote in both 2016 and 2020. 

So, how does Manchin do it? The senior senator from West Virginia is something of a throwback to the days of old. He seems to be more focused on his constituents than looking for the next cheap political stunt.

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Wash Times: Bossie: Making the truth about COVID-19 a priority

The left just wants an opportunity to investigate Trump yet again to help their chances in 2022 midterm elections

Unsurprisingly, congressional Democrats, Never Trumpers and their allies in the biased mainstream media want the American people to focus on the events of Jan. 6 at the U.S. Capitol Building above all else.

Pay no mind to skyrocketing crime, unsustainable national debt, a crisis at the border, Hunter’s laptop, rising gas prices or inflation — just pay attention to former President Trump instead.

The left desperately wants to create a 9/11-style commission for an opportunity to investigate Mr. Trump yet again and further politicize a tragedy to help their chances in the 2022 midterm elections. Sadly, Trump Derangement Syndrome continues to rule the day because it helps prop up plummeting ratings.

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Fox News: David Bossie: Voters vs Biden, Pelosi and Dems – why summer and fall of 2021 will be a pivotal moment for US

The American people are pushing back on the Biden-Harris-Pelosi-Schumer socialist agenda

At his 2019 state of the union address, President Trump declared that "America will never be a socialist country." When left-wing radicals Reps. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., joined socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., in Congress, Trump recognized that socialism was at the gates of what Ronald Reagan called our "shining city on a hill."

Now, with the election of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, combined with a Congress controlled by unhinged leftists Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, socialism - tragically - has breached the walls of Reagan’s fabled city.

During President Biden’s first 130 days in office, we’ve witnessed socialism, chaos, and un-American activity up close. We’ve seen a multi-trillion dollar big government expansion explode our national debt, cause inflation and incentivize Americans to stay unemployed; we’ve seen critical race theory poison our children at school; we’ve seen Democrats take the side of Hamas over Israel; we’ve seen Biden bow to both Russia and China; we’ve seen partisan teacher union’s dictating their phony view of science to the CDC; and we’ve seen an open borders crisis and illegal immigrants getting better treatment than American citizens.

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Wash Times: Bossie: Biden and Democrats struggle with desperation and division

President's agenda is in disarray because he cowered to his radical base instead of listening to the American people

We all just witnessed what President Joe Biden did to America in his first 100 days in office — inflation, crisis at the border, abandonment of Keystone pipeline jobs, threats of Supreme Court packing, and a more divided America.

So, what will the next 100 days look like? It just so happens that Mr. Biden’s 200th day in power coincides with the beginning of Congress’ summer recess in early August. Since the passage of the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill in March, Mr. Biden’s agenda has been stalled amid Democratic disarray on Capitol Hill. And unless the logjam is broken soon — which is highly unlikely — the Biden White House is going to enter the fall with absolutely no signature accomplishments to point to.

The key watch words for the Democrats as we head into Memorial Day weekend are desperation and division. As the days and weeks creep by and the pressure to produce mounts, how will Mr. Biden and the Democrats react? After their Middle East messaging fiasco last week, it’s clear that division in the Democratic ranks is smoldering. Tacking to the center would surely make the radicals erupt, but bowing to their demands once again would probably do more harm than good to Mr. Biden’s stated legislative priorities.

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WashTimes: Bossie: Biden uses COVID-19 pandemic to pass liberals' wish list. So much for science

They told us to wear masks. They told us to follow the science. They told us it was all about public health and patriotism. Trust Dr. Fauci, Dr. Birx and the bureaucrats, they said. For the past 15 months, Americans did their part as our liberties were infringed upon, our businesses were shuttered, our children's educations were stunted and our lives were put on hold.  

President Biden, the CDC, the teachers' unions and the biased liberal media wouldn't allow any loose talk about politics having anything to do with their decision making when it came to COVID-19 restrictions. "Who, us?" was their elitist position.

But Americans started scratching their heads on April 23 when Joe Biden wore a mask on a Zoom call with international leaders from an empty room despite having received his second Pfizer shot on Jan. 11. Then on April 27, on the eve of his first address to Congress to mark his 100th day in office — and with a crisis raging at the border — Mr. Biden made the surprise announcement that Americans who are vaccinated no longer had to wear a mask outside.

This edict was handed down despite being told by CDC Director Rochelle Walensky only weeks earlier that she had a feeling of "impending doom" about the coronavirus. Was Mr. Biden's about-face on masks driven by science or political timing?

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WashTimes: Bossie: Biden misses his chance to be a consequential president

Decision to embrace socialism will go down as one of the worst calls in the history of the presidency

President Joe Biden let an enormous opportunity slip by — not to be a transformative president — but a consequential one instead. The truth is that America is at an inflection point and Joe Biden is missing his moment.

For starters, Mr. Biden should have acted on his own inaugural address. In the first week of his presidency, he could have invited Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy to the White House for a meeting to set the tone for how he was planning to govern with the legislative branch so evenly split.

Mr. Biden could have sat the Republican leaders down in the Oval Office and said what every American knows — we’re a divided country. He could have acknowledged political reality: He won the electoral college by merely tens of thousands of votes out of a record 158 million cast; the Senate is deadlocked at 50-50; and Democrats barely have a governing majority in the House. He could have said in these uncertain times, it’s important that the American people see Democrats and Republicans united, working together.

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Fox News: David Bossie: Buckle up for Biden's next big crisis – our economy is in peril thanks to his radical agenda

Joe Biden has stifled our economy by dishing out unemployment on steroids and with mixed messaging over masks

As Americans begin to move past the COVID-19 pandemic and finally get on with their lives, there’s another crisis on the horizon. This one is of President Joe Biden’s own making.

After more than a year of crushing lockdowns of schools, churches, and our economy, job creators are eager to once again unleash our economic engine and roar into the next decade. Unfortunately, there’s one thing standing in their way: the radical Biden agenda.

As the House and Senate congressional leadership meets with President Biden this week to discuss his misleading "American Jobs Plan," they now have to consider last week’s shocking jobs report and its undeniable implication that the Biden administration is warping the labor market with its counterproductive unemployment incentives and "transformative" socialist initiatives.

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Daily Caller: Bossie: Woke Cancel Culture, Not The Citizens United Decision, Is Responsible For Corporate Activism

Immediately after our victory for free speech was handed down by the U.S. Supreme Court in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, liberals from President Barack Obama to Senator Chuck Schumer said the decision would open the floodgates for big corporations to use their largesse to take over our elections by drowning out the voices of the little guy.  Now, more than 11 years since the landmark decision, this prediction — like many others — simply never transpired.  But the politics of fear and the barrage of outright lies continue nonetheless.

The Democrats' latest effort to overturn Citizens United — H.R. 1 — is deceitfully labeled the "For The People Act." The reality is that H.R. 1 would stifle constitutionally protected free speech and once again tilt power back to entrenched interests in Washington. This is exactly what President Joe Biden, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer desperately want: permanent and total control of government and our lives.

The truth is that corporations do not dominate our elections as a result of the robust free speech rights that were reasserted by the Citizens United decision — although they have a First Amendment right to participate in the electoral process. A report by The Center for Responsive Politics in 2020 found that "Despite fears that elections would be dominated by corporations, the biggest political players are actually wealthy individual donors."

In fact, you'd be hard pressed to find evidence of a big corporation engaging directly in a multi-million dollar independent expenditure campaign to influence an election. It simply doesn't happen and the reason is obvious. The market is always right, so why upset half of your consumers?

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Wash Times: Cheney's messaging not helping to defeat Dems' socialist agenda in the 2022 election

She's making it more difficult to win back Congress

In 2008, conservatives were told to get in line and support Republican nominee John McCain for president. McCain was no conservative and actually went out of his way to thumb his nose at conservatives over policy differences for decades. But conservatives got behind McCain nonetheless because defeating Barack Obama was important to America’s security and prosperity.

In 2012 — once again — we were told to hold our noses and get behind the candidacy of Mitt Romney. Mr. Romney had run as a pro-choice candidate for U.S. Senate in 1994 and was the author of "Romneycare" in Massachusetts but conservatives were implored to redouble their efforts in the name of denying Barack Obama a second term in the White House. Conservatives united around Mr. Romney because it was the patriotic thing to do.

But when Donald Trump — the ultimate political outsider — shocked the world by winning the Republican nomination for president in 2016, the establishment that previously demanded obedience decided that unity wasn't a two-way street. Career politicians and RINOs attacked and ridiculed Mr. Trump wherever and whenever they could. In polite company, they asked how elitists such as themselves could ever support Mr. Trump. Then Mr. Trump won, with the backing of America's forgotten men and women.

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Fox News: David Bossie: Biden's speech -- top takeaways from president's '100 days' address to Congress

Joe Biden has already proven that his is a different kind of presidency

The Biden Doctrine -- say one thing and do another -- was on full display Wednesday night as President Joe Biden delivered his first address to a joint session of Congress. 

The president tried to come across to members of Congress and a national television audience as a moderate, knowing full well he will be returning to the White House to execute the duties of his office much differently. 

On the heels of his unity-themed inaugural address from 100 days ago -- which now rings completely hollow -- why should the American people expect anything different from this president?

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