Nat. Sec. Spokesman John Kirby Stumbles When Asked About Biden Bribes & Why Most Americans Believe Biden Corrupt

White House National Security Council spokesman John Kirby abruptly left the podium after struggling to answer tough questions about charges made by whistleblowers alleging a bribery scheme by Joe Biden and his family.

New York Post reporter Steven Nelson on Wednesday confronted Kirby during a press briefing about Congressional Republicans claiming whistleblowers have seen evidence Biden took bribes and how that’s shaping the American people’s perception of the Biden family.

“There have been many developments in the House investigations into the First Family’s international business dealings. Recently, there’s one committee trying to get an FBI file alleging that President Biden took bribes,” Nelson began.


Kirby is now on the record denying any wrongdoing by the Biden Crime Family and then leaves the podium

— Karli Bonne’ (@KarliBonnita) May 31, 2023

“There’s another IRS whistleblower who is alleging there is a cover-up in the investigation. Amid all this there was a Harvard-Harris poll this month that found that fifty-three percent of the public including a fourth of Democrats believe quote ‘Joe Biden was involved with his son in an, in an illegal influence peddling scheme.’”

“There is of course evidence the President interacted with his relatives’ associates from China, Mexico, Kazakhstan, Russia and Ukraine,” he continued.

“So what do you say to the majority of Americans who believe that the President is himself corrupt?” he asked.

Kirby, flanked by Biden press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, exclaimed, “Wow!”

After a long pause while shaking his head, he continued, “The President…the President, the President has spoken to this. Uh, the President has spoken to this uh, and there’s nothing to these claims.”


“What do you say to the majority of Americans who believe that the president is himself corrupt?

Biden spokesman John Kirby: “Wow. The president has spoken to this and there’s nothing to these claims.”

— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) May 31, 2023

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Biden Admin Child Grooming: COVID Relief Funds Used For High School Drag Queen Show

A New Hampshire high school is openly using thousands of dollars in COVID pandemic relief funds to pay for a drag queen show for students.

The American taxpayers will foot the $4,000 bill via leftover American Rescue Plan funds after the city of Manchester approved a grant request from Manchester West High School.


The school had Joe Biden to thank for the money.

#Bidenadministration #GayRights #highschool #LGBT #liberals #NewHampshire #publicschools #USnews

— Conservative Tribune (@conserv_tribune) May 31, 2023

“The event will celebrate Pride Month on June 2 and is creating a rift between some Republican and Democratic players. The city, run by Democratic Mayor Joyce Craig, who is contemplating a gubernatorial bid, approved a grant request from Manchester West High School to put on the event. But the state’s Department of Education has expressed doubt regarding the use of federal funds designated for pandemic relief.”

According to local news outlet ABC News 4, “The event has previously featured music and drag performances, with performers last year collecting fake dollar bills from spectators.”

Yes, that means federal money is being used to pay for adult men dressed as women to provocatively dance while teenagers hold out fake money as if they were at a strip club.

This disturbing allocation of tax dollars shows how brazen the modern left has become about sexualizing children.

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LA Dodgers Pitcher Blasts Team for Honoring ‘Blasphemous’ Drag Nuns At Pride Event: ‘Fans Don’t Want Propaganda Forced On Them’

LA Dodgers pitcher Blake Treinin issued a statement Tuesday slamming his team’s decision to honor a blasphemous pro-LGBT group at an upcoming Pride event, pointing out the group routinely mocks Christianity.

“I am disappointed to see the Sister’s of Perpetual Indulgence being honored at Dodger Stadium,” Treinin wrote in a statement about the group which features drag queens dressing as Catholic nuns.

“Many of their performances are blasphemous, and their work only displays hate and mockery of Catholics and the Christian faith,” he wrote in a message posted to Twitter by a friend.


My friend and @MLB pitcher Blake Treinen asked that I post this statement for him in regards to the @Dodgers honoring of the sisters of perpetual indulgence. #HoldTheLine

— Sean Feucht (@seanfeucht) May 30, 2023

Treinin’s letter comes just days after the Dodgers MLB organization responded to LGBT backlash by re-inviting the Sisters to their Pride Night event after initially rescinding their invitation over outrage from Christians.

Following the team’s decision, many on social media highlighted how the Sisters regularly stage religiously offensive stunts, including mock crucifixions of Jesus Christ featuring male strippers using the crucifix as a stripper pole.


This is so grotesquely offensive to my faith that I struggle to even watch it.

The @Dodgers have embraced anti-Catholic bigotry.

— Mary Margaret Olohan (@MaryMargOlohan) May 24, 2023

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Mum is stunned when her three-day-old newborn lifts her head and begins to crawl just like a bub months older: ‘Is this normal?’

A mum was lost for words when her newborn baby started lifting her head and attempting to crawl just three days after being born.

Samantha Elizabeth and her mum captured the incredible moment on camera while little Nyilah Daise was lying on her stomach in the hospital cot.

The little one can be seen wriggling around, making noises and lifting her head for a few seconds while looking around.

In a video, Samantha can be heard asking her mum, ‘Is that even normal?’ and she responded: ‘No, she’s three days old.’

‘Mum, she’s crawling! How is that even normal? What the heck!’ Samantha said, and her mum added: ‘God, she should not be this strong already.’

According to The Bump, infants are unable to hold their heads up at all and their neck needs to be supported, but ‘tummy time’ is recommended.

The 30-second video caught the attention of the masses after it was shared on TikTok with the caption: ‘I still can’t believe this happened.’

Samantha also added text over the clip that read: ‘POV your daughter is three days old, and is lifting her head, crawling and talking.’

The fascinating video has since been viewed more than 48.3 million times – leaving thousands stunned.

‘Babies born after 2020 are definitely built different,’ one commented, while another added: ‘What type of baby is that?’

‘Girl got places to go people to see, let’s go,’ a third said.

‘When I see babies doing this it makes me think they are evolving because they know they got to get moving faster,’ a fourth wrote.

Another person confessed: ‘That little girl can plank better than I can.’

Someone else said: ‘She gonna be very advanced so get on your running shoes.’

Some provided an explanation, stating the baby was hungry and looking for a food source.

‘It’s the reflex – looking for food,’ one wrote.

Another suggested it was the baby crawl reflex, saying: ‘It’s there for the first six weeks and then goes away. It is a special adaptation that allows a baby to crawl to feed.’

Samantha has since shared follow-up videos at home with the baby, claiming at just 18 days old she rolled over for the first time.

And at three weeks old, Nyilah was seen ‘trying to get up’ while lying on her mum’s legs.

In the comments, several other mums encouraged Samantha to have a pediatrician check her baby’s hypertonia and muscle tone.

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Meta condemns online news law

The tech giant has faced several separate legal battles over hosting news content in the US and abroad

Meta has threatened to remove news from Facebook and Instagram in California if the state passes a law that would force large platforms to pay a “journalism usage fee,” insisting the legislation places the interests of big media corporations over Californians.

The social media company issued its first public response to the proposed California Journalism Preservation Act on Wednesday, with company spokesman Andy Stone stating that Meta will have no choice but to pull news from its online resources in the state.

“If the Journalism Preservation Act passes, we will be forced to remove news from Facebook and Instagram rather than pay into a slush fund that primarily benefits big, out-of-state media companies under the guise of aiding California publishers,” he said. 

The journalism bill would compel fees from major platforms that host news from local outlets on their sites, and also “requires publishers to devote 70% of the proceeds to the maintenance and creation of journalism jobs in California,” according to Democratic California state Assemblywoman Buffy Wicks, who sponsored the legislation.

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The Meta spokesman added that the bill “fails to recognize that publishers and broadcasters put their content on our platform themselves,” also noting that “substantial consolidation in California’s local news industry came over 15 years ago, well before Facebook was widely used.” He went on to accuse California lawmakers of “prioritizing the best interests of national and international media companies over their own constituents.”

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However, Wicks rejected Meta’s threat to shut down news for its users in California, calling it “a scare tactic that they’ve tried to deploy, unsuccessfully, in every country that’s attempted this.” 

“It is egregious that one of the wealthiest companies in the world would rather silence journalists than face regulation,” she said.

The California-based company offered a similar warning in 2022 after a bill was introduced in the US Congress which also would have forced platforms to pay to host news content. It has had much the same response to comparable proposals in Australia and Canada in recent years, threatening national news blackouts in those countries. While Facebook did temporarily stop hosting all news in Australia during a legal row in 2021, it later agreed to comply with the law, which the government says has resulted in dozens of revenue-sharing deals with local media companies.