Biden’s Blatant Lies and Plagiarism Should Haunt Him and Cost Him This Election


Nolte: Brutal Flashback Video Revives Biden’s Blatant Lies and Shameless Plagiarism

A video making the rounds on social media flashes us back to Joe Biden’s audacious lies and acts of plagiarism during his doomed 1988 presidential campaign.

The video, which is nearly five minutes long, does not engage in any editorializing. It is merely clips from 1987, clips of Biden either caught stealing his speeches from others, caught lying about his stealing of those speeches, or just outright lying about his résumé.

The video appears to have originated with Shaun King, a controversial leftist and Bernie Sanders supporter.

As someone who remembers the ’88 campaign, who remembers the overall Biden controversy, I had forgotten the depth of Biden’s pathological depravity when it came to telling the truth.

At the time, Biden had hoped to put himself at the head of the Democrat field as an inspirational and soaring orator, but in his desperation to do so, he was outed again and again as a shameless charlatan. This would eventually destroy his presidential aspirations by way of a scandal that never completely went away.

Here’s a quick rundown of what the video reveals:

— Biden is caught red-handed lifting a speech from British Labour leader Neal Kinnock. But Biden doesn’t just steal Kinnock’s words, he appropriates the other man’s life and experiences as his own.

— Biden defends himself by saying it’s “ludicrous” to have to attribute Kinnock’s words every time he says them.

— Then we discover that Biden’s excuse makes no sense because — and this is truly outrageous — before making those plagiarized remarks, Biden claimed they were off the cuff, that he had just been thinking of those things prior to stating them. So it was not a situation where Biden decided he was tired of attributing those remarks, or had forgotten, it was a situation where he stole those remarks after claiming they had just popped into his head.

“I was thinking just as I was coming over here,” he said, just before he stole from Kinnock.

In other words, Biden didn’t just fail to credit Kinnock, he stole Kinoock’s words and experiences as his own.

— Biden then admits, “I should have said ‘to paraphrase Neal Kinnock.’ It’s the only time I didn’t [do that], in all the times we used it.”

— That was another lie. CBS found video of another time Biden stole Kinnock’s speech.

— Then Biden is caught plagiarizing a speech given by Robert Kennedy, and I mean almost word for word. The news report adds that Biden also lifted from John Kennedy and Hubert Humphrey.

— We then learn Biden committed plagiarism in law school but claims it was a mistake.

— The law school plagiarism was five — five! — pages of someone else’s work. “He was given an F,” we’re told.

Then things get really bad…

— “I went to law school on a full academic scholarship,” Biden brags during a campaign stop. “I ended up in the top half of my class. I was the outstanding student in my political science department at the end of my year. I graduated with three degrees from undergraduate school.”

— It was all  lies. Everything he said above, every fact, every brag is a lie. The truth is that Biden went to school on a half scholarship, was not named the outstanding student in political science, earned only one degree, and ranked 76 in a class of 85.

— After admitting his memory failed him regarding his academic career, Biden is then seen challenging a voter to an IQ contest.

For context, keep in mind that at the time Biden was already entering middle age. He was 44 or 45 years old and had already been a sitting U.S. senator for 14 years.

Not shown in the video is another brazen lie Biden was caught telling at this same time, the lie he had marched in the Civil Rights movement. He never did.

Flash-forward 32 years later and Biden is still lying.

He has repeatedly lied about President Trump describing neo-Nazis as “very fine people” and continues to make dubious claims about his role in the Civil Rights movement, including the claim he was raised in a black church.

With his poll numbers collapsing, Biden’s campaign made a plea this week for help in defending its candidate on social media. Stuff like this is likely why. It’s devastating, not just the plagiarism and lies, but Biden’s attempt to appropriate the Civil Rights movement cut right at his primary base of support among black voters. source


Sorry, couldn’t come up with anything that rhymes with Plagiarism LOL!

Oh Joe………..Don’t go away mad. JUST GO AWAY!

How Can I Be Saved?

Shalom b’Yeshua


Is it a Coincidence that Trump, his Wife and Other Conservatives Contracted Covid at the Debate?


Inquiring minds would love to know!

Did President and First Lady Contract Wuhan Virus at the Fox Presidential Debate?

Stop the world and let the rest of us on: Did President Donald Trump, his wife, senators, former governor and staff contract the Wuhan Coronavirus at last Tuesday’s Fox News presidential debate?!

Was the Chris Wallace and Joe Biden two-on-one ‘debate’ where Biden told the president to “shut up” and called him a “clown”,  and the public backlash that was soon to follow used to mask that the president would soon be testing positive for the dreaded Coronavirus—in effect making the virus the number one issue in Election 2020?

Media saturation coverage on Trump advisor Hope Hicks

The Fox News ‘debate’ was on Tuesday, Sept. 29.  The news that Trump, First Lady Melania and the others tested positive on Friday, Oct. 2.

Media saturation coverage on Trump advisor Hope Hicks having contracted the virus and blaming it on her attendance at the president’s Sept. 18 Minnesota rally, touched every corner of the news world on Thursday, Oct. 1.

Hope Hicks traveled with Trump to debate and Minnesota rally, (Bloomberg, Oct. 1, 2020)

What in Sam Hill’s going on?

‘Cleveland Officials Traced COVID Cases Back to the Debate… Before Trump Was On-site’ (Townhall, Oct. 3, 2020)

“Officials for the City of Cleveland said 11 cases of the Wuhan coronavirus could be traced back to the Sept. 29 presidential debate. The cases were a result of debate pre-planning and set-up, with the majority of cases impacting out-of-state travelers, particularly debate organizers and members of the media.

“The news comes after President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump tested positive for the virus. Out of an abundance of caution, the president was transported to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on Friday.

“As the cases involve people in and out of state some of whom may be continuing to travel, the City of Cleveland is working with the Ohio Department of Health (ODH), the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention and the Cleveland Clinic,” the city said in a statement. “As part of CDPH’s process regarding COVID-19, any individuals who tested positive as part of the debate were contacted, interviewed when possible, issued isolation orders and provided guidance regarding their isolation period.

“There were also conversations with individuals who tested positive regarding their upcoming travel.”

“Part of the contact tracing that’s being deployed will focus on identifying Cleveland residents who may have been at the debate. They will be asked a number of questions, like who they live with, where they work, what type of work they do, if they’re caring for anyone and if they’ve been at any other mass gatherings.

“In the event the person’s case stems from the debate, the individual will be asked: who they are employed by, who they were in contact with at the debate, how they got to the debate, how long they were there, if they did any traveling recently or attended any other mass gathering,” the city explained.
“Before the event, the Cleveland Clinic, which oversaw the health and safety measures at the debate, said there was a very low risk level of exposure.

“Based on what we know about the virus and the safety measures we had in place, we believe there is low risk of exposure to our guests,” the Cleveland Clinic said in a statement before Tuesday’s debate.

“Even though 11 cases were traced back to the pre-debate planning, the Cleveland Clinic made one thing clear: every single person with credentials who went into the debate had to have a negative Wuhan coronavirus test.”

“Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC) contracted the Chinese coronavirus following last week’s Rose Garden event — in which President Trump announced his nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court — despite wearing a mask at the gathering. (Breitbart, Oct. 3, 2020)

“Thom Tillis wore a mask at the event in the Rose Garden- he has tested positive,” journalist Heather Childers reported on Saturday. A photo also shows Tillis wearing a mask at the event. Despite that, he has since contracted the virus:

“On Friday, Tillis announced that he, in addition to fellow Senate Judiciary Committee member Mike Lee (R-UT), had contracted the novel virus:

“His spokesperson, Adam Webb, provided an update on Saturday, revealing that the senator is experiencing “mild symptoms,” although he does not have a fever.

“Senator Tillis continues to self-isolate at home in North Carolina and has mild symptoms, no fever, and he is in great spirits,” he wrote.

“Thom and his wife Susan are grateful for the prayers and well wishes they’ve received from North Carolinians,” he added.

Chair of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, Senator Ron Johnson has also contracted the virus.

In their Oct. 1 story, ‘How to watch the first presidential debate’, Fox News stated there would be an audience of 80, who all agreed not to applaud, boo or cheer candidates during the debate.

Debate organizers also knew ahead of time, that neither the president nor Biden would be wearing masks during the debate.

Wait a minute: Didn’t Cleveland officials who had traced COVID cases back to the Debate BEFORE Trump was on site, find it important to advise both campaigns of their pre-debate findings?

Surely that’s not why Biden and Wallace found occasion to laugh during the ‘debate’. (emphasis added)

Inquiring minds would love to know! Source

Personally, I would not put ANYTHING past the LEFT. They LOATHE our President and most of them took to Twitter to say that they hope our president would suffer and die.

Not Joe Biden of course – he has a campaign to think about! But I sure would love to be a fly on the wall at the Biden’s home.

I put those demonic tweets in a prior article – they are too vile to republish here.

President Trump and Melania – we pray for a full recovery for you both and for the others sho were infected on that night.

How Can I Be Saved?

Shalom b’Yeshua


NIH Concerned About Serious Side Effects From Covid Vaccine: From

I have said from the beginning that my husband and I will not get a Covid-19 Vaccine. First of all, we do not get flu shots. Secondly, this fast-tracked potential killer is a global accident waiting to happen.

Did I say accident?


NIH Concerned About COVID Vaccine Side Effects

By Arthur Allen and Liz Szabo, Kaiser Health News

Monday, September 14, 2020 (Kaiser News) — The Food and Drug Administration is weighing whether to follow British regulators in resuming a coronavirus vaccine trial that was halted when a participant suffered spinal cord damage, even as the National Institutes of Health has launched an investigation of the case.

“The highest levels of NIH are very concerned,” said Dr. Avindra Nath, intramural clinical director and a leader of viral research at the National Institute for Neurological Disorders and Stroke, an NIH division. “Everyone’s hopes are on a vaccine, and if you have a major complication the whole thing could get derailed.”

A great deal of uncertainty remains about what happened to the unnamed patient, to the frustration of those avidly following the progress of vaccine testing. AstraZeneca, which is running the global trial of the vaccine it produced with Oxford University, said the trial volunteer recovered from a severe inflammation of the spinal cord and is no longer hospitalized.

AstraZeneca has not confirmed that the patient was afflicted with transverse myelitis, but Nath and another neurologist said they understood this to be the case. Transverse myelitis produces a set of symptoms involving inflammation along the spinal cord that can cause pain, muscle weakness and paralysis. Britain’s regulatory body, the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency, reviewed the case and has allowed the trial to resume in the United Kingdom.

AstraZeneca “need[s] to be more forthcoming with a potential complication of a vaccine which will eventually be given to millions of people,” said Nath. “We would like to see how we can help, but the lack of information makes it difficult to do so.”

Any decision about whether to continue the trial is complex because it’s difficult to assess the cause of a rare injury that occurs during a vaccine trial — and because scientists and authorities have to weigh the risk of uncommon side effects against a vaccine that might curb the pandemic.

“So many factors go into these decisions,” Nath said. “I’m sure everything is on the table. The last thing you want to do is hurt healthy people.”

The NIH has yet to get tissue or blood samples from the British patient, and its investigation is “in the planning stages,” Nath said. U.S. scientists could look at samples from other vaccinated patients to see whether any of the antibodies they generated in response to the coronavirus also attack brain or spinal cord tissue.

Such studies might take a month or two, he said. The FDA declined to comment on how long it would take before it decides whether to move forward.

Dr. Jesse Goodman, a Georgetown University professor and physician who was chief scientist and lead vaccine regulator at the FDA during the Obama administration, said the agency will review the data and possibly consult with British regulators before allowing resumption of the U.S. study, which had just begun when the injury was reported. Two other coronavirus vaccines are also in late-stage trials in the U.S.

If it determines the injury in the British trial was caused by the vaccine, the FDA could pause the trial. If it allows it to resume, regulators and scientists surely will be on the watch for similar symptoms in other trial participants.

A volunteer in an earlier phase of the AstraZeneca trial experienced a similar side effect, but investigators discovered she had multiple sclerosis that was unrelated to the vaccination, according to Dr. Elliot Frohman, director of the Multiple Sclerosis & Neuroimmunology Center at the University of Texas.

Neurologists who study illnesses like transverse myelitis say they are rare — occurring at a rate of perhaps 1 in 250,000 people — and strike most often as a result of the body’s immune response to a virus. Less frequently, such episodes have also been linked to vaccines.

The precise cause of the disease is key to the decision by authorities whether to resume the trial. Sometimes an underlying medical condition is “unmasked” by a person’s immune response to the vaccine, leading to illness, as happened with the MS patient. In that case, the trial might be continued without fear, because the illness was not specific to the vaccine.

More worrisome is a phenomenon called “molecular mimicry.” In such cases, some small piece of the vaccine may be similar to tissue in the brain or spinal cord, resulting in an immune attack on that tissue in response to a vaccine component. Should that be the case, another occurrence of transverse myelitis would be likely if the trial resumed, said Dr. William Schaffner, an infectious disease specialist at the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. A second case would shut down the trial, he said.

In 1976, a massive swine flu vaccination program was halted when doctors began diagnosing a similar disorder, Guillain-Barré syndrome, in people who received the vaccine. At the time no one knew how common GBS was, so it was difficult to tell whether the episodes were related to the vaccine.

Eventually, scientists found that the vaccine increased the risk of the disorder by an additional one case among every 100,000 vaccinated patients. Typical seasonal flu vaccinationraises the risk of GBS in about one additional case in every 1 million people.

“It’s very, very hard” to determine if one rare event was caused by a vaccine, Schaffner said. “How do you attribute an increased risk for something that occurs in one in a million people?”

Before allowing U.S. trials to restart, the FDA will want to see why the company and an independent data and safety monitoring board (DSMB) in the U.K. felt it was safe to continue, Goodman said. The AstraZeneca trial in the United States has a separate safety board.

FDA officials will need to review full details of the case and may request more information about the affected study volunteer before deciding whether to allow the U.S. trial to continue, Goodman said. They may also require AstraZeneca to update the safety information it provides to study participants.

It’s possible that the volunteer’s health problem was a coincidence unrelated to the vaccine, said Dr. Amesh Adalja, a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. Studies aren’t usually stopped over a single health problem, even if it’s serious.

Yet many health leaders have expressed frustration that AstraZeneca hasn’t released more information about the health problem that led it to halt its U.K. trial.

“There is just so little information about this that it’s impossible to understand what the diagnosis was or why the DSMB and sponsor were reassured” that it was safe to continue, Goodman said.

AstraZeneca has said it’s unable to provide more information about the health problem, saying this would violate patient privacy, although it didn’t say how.

But there’s an exceptional need for transparency in a political climate rife with vaccine hesitancy and mistrust of the Trump administration’s handling of the COVID-19 response, leading scientists say.

“While I respect the critical need for patient confidentiality, I think it would be really helpful to know what their assessment of these issues was,” Goodman said. “What was the diagnosis? If there wasn’t a clear diagnosis, what is it that led them to feel the trial could be restarted? There is so much interest and potential concern about a COVID-19 vaccine that the more information that can be provided, the more reassuring that would be.”

The FDA will need to balance any possible risks from an experimental vaccine with the danger posed by COVID-19, which has killed nearly 200,000 Americans.

“There are also potential consequences if you stop a study,” Goodman said.

If the AstraZeneca vaccine fails, the U.S. government is supporting six other COVID vaccines in the hope at least one will succeed. The potential problems with the AstraZeneca vaccine show this to be a wise investment, Adalja said.

“This is part of the idea of not having just one vaccine candidate going forward,” he said. “It gives you a little more insurance.

Schaffner said researchers need to remember that vaccine research is unpredictable.

“The investigators have inadvisedly been hyping their own vaccine,” Schaffner said. “The Oxford investigators were out there this summer saying, ‘We’re going to get there first.’ But this is exactly the sort of reason … Dr. [Anthony] Fauci and the rest of us have been saying, ‘You never know what will happen once you get into large-scale human trials.’”WebMD News from Kaiser Health News©2013-2020 Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. All rights reserved. source

I have to wonder why these medical “Experts” do not pour their resources into therapeutics instead of vaccines. Perhaps the CEO’s of the Big Pharma companies involved have their eyes on the prize – the VACCINE – because that’s where the BIG BUCKS are.

And also we must not forget that lowering the population is a must for Bill Gates et al.

Why do you think this PLANNEDdemic occurred in the first place?

How Can I be Saved?

Shalom b’Yeshua