The New King and His Court

2022 January 20
by bc3b

The King and His Court was a four-man softball team that started touring after WWII and played for over 50 years (with different players). They were excellent softball players, anchored by a pitcher who was virtually unhittable, and they won almost all of their games against nine-player teams.

Yesterday Joe Biden and the White House Press Corps illustrated they are the 2020s version of the King and His Court. With the exception of James Rosen of Newsmax, the White House Press Corps lobbed softballs to Joe Biden. Subjects that received little or no coverage were the economy, open borders, the botched Afghanistan withdrawal, Americans left behind, crime and schools – things American voters actually care about.

Unlike the King and His Court, Biden and the press lackies failed to impress the fans. Once again Biden came across as an angry old man suffering from dementia. The press conference lasted for two hours as Biden rambled, often incoherently. As usual, Biden took credit for positive things (even imaginary ones) and blamed others for failures. Among Biden’s claims:

  • No other administration accomplished as much in its first year
  • Biden “didn’t overpromise, but overachieved”
  • Grocery shelves are 89% full – been to Safeway or Publix lately?
  • People misrepresent him last week he as compared anyone opposing the so-called “voter rights bill” to George Wallace, Bull Connor and Jefferson Davis

Biden talked incessantly about his imaginary accomplishments and pimped the “voter rights bill,” which mercifully died in the Senate last night.

This was Biden’s first official press conference in nearly 10 months and the media made the least of the opportunity.

CNN Gearing Up for November

In other media news, it is really gearing up to try to save the Democrats in November, especially CNN.

We reported earlier how CNN hired Michael Fanone, the Trump-hating former Washington, D.C., Metropolitan Police Department officer (aka meter maid) as a law enforcement expert. Now it is creating a special section to uncover and expose “misinformation.”

CNN was ripped online Tuesday after a top editor for the left-leaning network announced the creation of a special CNN team dedicated to “covering misinformation.”

“I’m hiring 3 people for a new CNN team dedicated to covering misinformation,” CNN Business Managing Editor Alex Koppelman posted to Twitter.

“What do we mean by covering misinformation? Really it’s about covering reality: The uses, abuses, and distortions of it, the people twisting it, and the effect that has on all of us. We already do a lot of important work on this; we want to do more,” the post read.

You can bet this new misinformation team will be every bit as honest and objective as the so-called “fact checkers” at Polifact, Snopes and the Washington Post. If they were legit, three people aren’t enough to investigate the misinformation spewed by Brian Stelter and guests Sunday mornings.

Hat tip: Washington Examiner

Joe Biden

This photo perfectly captures how senile and slow-witted Biden is.

47 Responses leave one →
  1. 2022 January 20 9:20 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    Loved the King and his Court, saw them live a couple times as a kid.

  2. 2022 January 20 9:21 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    More cracks in Teh Narrative: natural immunity is best.
    Prior infection, vaccines provide best protection from COVID-19, CDC study finds

    You have to comb through the words but they reluctantly admit natural antibodies are great.

  3. 2022 January 20 11:52 am
    drdog09 permalink

    the one item not mentioned in Biden’s presser was that nearly 1 billion units of Covid test kits have been ordered but not delivered for a disease that is on its way to becoming the common cold. I wonder why? Maybe insane profits for Pharma not too popular right now???

  4. 2022 January 20 2:47 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    3, good point. Flog those babies to the masses while we can still find buyers.
    Dr Pierre Kory will testify to the Senate. I think Monday.

    There are now rapidly increasing numbers of national and regional health ministries that employed either widespread distribution or “test and treat” programs with ivermectin that show that, had we done the same in the U.S, we could have single-handedly achieved near complete control of case counts, hospitalizations rates, and deaths. Early treatment program results from around the world show the following:

    · Mexico City – The IMSSS Health Agency compared over 50,000 patients treated early with ivermectin to over 70,000 not treated and found up to a 75% reduction in need for hospitalization.

    · La Misiones, Argentina – Health Ministry analyzed the data from 4,000 ivermectin treated patients and, compared to the rest of the population over the same time period, found a 75% reduction in need for hospital and an 88% reduction in death.

    · Uttar Pradesh, India – Using a strategy of close surveillance combined with both ivermectin treatment of all positive cases and preventive treatment of all family contacts. On September 10, 2021, only 11 cases with no deaths were recorded in a population of 241 million..with 67 of their 75 districts having no active cases at the time.

    · The Brazilian city of Itajai offerred ivermectin as prevention to the entire city’s population with 133,051 (60%) agreeing to take ivermectin every two weeks for 6 months. Compared to the 45,716 city inhabitants that declined to use ivermectin, ivermectin users were 47% less likely to contract illness, had a 70% lower mortality rate, and a 67% lower hospitalization rate. By the end of the 6 month program, the citywide COVID mortality fell from 6.8% to 1.8%.

    · La Pampas, Argentina – Health Ministry compared over 2,000 patients they treated early with ivermectin to over 12,000 without treatment and found that in patients over 40, rates of ICU admission and death both fell by 40%.

    · Peru – A nationwide mass-distribution program called “Mega-Operación Tayta” (MOT), initiated at various times across 25 states of Peru in May 2020, led to a 74% drop in regional excess deaths within a month, with each drop beginning 11 days after each MOT region’s varied start times

    · The Health Ministry of Sultan Kudarat in the Phillipines launched an ivermectin drive and found that cases rapidly dropped by 86%. compared to nearby regions

    · In Japan, the President of the Tokyo Medical Association recommended that all physicians start to use ivermectin as early treatment during their summer surge. They are now recording the lowest rate of COVID hospitalization in the pandemic.

    · 23 countries (39 including NGO’s) have now given either partial or full approval for use in COVID, which encompasses 25% of the world’s population.

    The information I have delivered here today is being suppressed across most of the world’s corporate media and (corporation controlled) medical journals.

  5. 2022 January 20 3:28 pm
    justrand permalink

    The polling and focus-groups numbers are APPALLING…and this is for a guy being propped up 24×7

  6. 2022 January 20 3:47 pm

    So I guess CNN’s new owners (has that deal closed yet?) aren’t looking to salvage anything after all.

    4 – Probably why merck today just signed up a whole bunch of mfg for it’s new covid-pill which if understand it (and I probably dont), is a more kungflu-centric IVM variant (of course under a new patent). $$ $$ $$

    6- I didn’t even know HAir – still existed.

  7. 2022 January 20 3:57 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Jim, 4,

    KH had the brainy idea of why don’t we distribute ‘prevention kits’ to push down the curve? McCullough even pushed the idea of some form of prevention to forestall a need to be hospitalized. I like the idea so much I would be in favor of some sort of minor deduction in medical insurance cost if at least one member of a family took a red cross course structured like the military does for field trauma.

  8. 2022 January 20 4:27 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Sheesh, seen this market ‘correction’ for Netflix? —

  9. 2022 January 20 5:04 pm
    drdog09 permalink

  10. 2022 January 20 10:02 pm
    mpt permalink

    Hmmm, seems Putin isn’t taking Biden very seriously.

    Let's Go Brandon

  11. 2022 January 20 10:41 pm
    justrand permalink

    Putin and Xi certainly know the doddering old fool in the White House is NOT in charge, but they also know our military and other systems cannot respond to threats effectively until decisions are run past the “President”.

    WHEN the ballon goes up Ametica will slow to respond…if we even do.

  12. 2022 January 21 3:24 am

    12 – PS’d I’m guessing, but still lmao.

  13. 2022 January 21 4:33 am
    drdog09 permalink

    We pissed away the greatest opportunity in the 1990’s when the USSR was collapsing. We should have requested Russia withdraw from the Warsaw Pact in exchange for economic assistance. Without Russia the WP was not a threat to europe. NATO would have stayed on it old boundaries. Russia would have had weakened buffer states they did not need to supply. We would not be where we are today. But nooooooo, we had to become what John Adams warned us about.

  14. 2022 January 21 4:42 am
    drdog09 permalink

    What the Hell — — The Texas Jihadist was on a terrorist watch list. So how the hell could he get a visa to come to the US?? TPTB F’d and so it was a gaslight job from the moment the FBI ‘agent in charge’ stepped to the podium. This is incompetence at a level that we might as well not have a security force. Just do an Archie Bunker and issue everyone a gun when they turn 18.

  15. 2022 January 21 5:58 am
    drdog09 permalink

    Its over — — Its just that the WH does not know it yet. Or is it, they have not found what to pivot to yet?

  16. 2022 January 21 7:23 am
    justrand permalink

    What a splendid article, with a great question at its core! I’ve got friends and, sadly, family who buy into the whole Global Warming crap. The question the author asks would be the easiest to shut down the question. One of our family spent several years teaching on Palau…a VERY flat island that it just above sea level. About 5 years ago she contacted me after reading an alarmist article that mentioned Palau and said it was going to “disappear”. I told her to contact some of her friends she still had there, who have lived there their entire lives, ask them if they had noticed ANY change. She did…and they laughed at her. There has been NO noticeable change. Could there be? Sure. But NONE yet.

  17. 2022 January 21 7:48 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    Good news, bad news…
    At world economic forum conference, a speaker notes:
    The good news is the elite across the world trust each other more and more… the bad news is that the majority of people trusted that elite less

  18. 2022 January 21 8:13 am
    bc3b permalink

    JR #13 –

    You aren’t implying that Putin and Xi didn’t think Biden “overperformed,” are you?

  19. 2022 January 21 8:25 am
    drdog09 permalink


    Very good article that. I have a similar question —

    “How much CO2 is too much? Do you know at what PPM plants start dying for lack of CO2?”

    Not exactly my thought, Lord Mockton came up with it. But like the article posed it forces a question that most can’t answer.

  20. 2022 January 21 9:19 am
    mpt permalink

    The passing of some entertainers hurts more than others. This one really hurts. At least for a Gen X’er like me.

    Meat Loaf, rock legend and ‘Bat Out of Hell’ singer, dead at 74

  21. 2022 January 21 11:34 am
    bc3b permalink

    MPT #22:

    Meatloaf was famous and a great singer. Now he’s dead: Two out of three ain’t bad.

  22. 2022 January 21 3:44 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    There’s no perfection in this life, of course, but I feel at home with Gab despite being different from CEO Torba.

    Meanwhile, from an email sent by a group called Unity Project. I assume this is meant as an end run around parents.

    We knew this was coming, it is time to get LOUD. Start calling & emailing your elected officials and tell them you do NOT support SENATE BILL 866.

  23. 2022 January 21 5:56 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    I think the annual DC pro life March is today.
    I think there’s a Stop The Mandates rally tomorrow.

    Part of Dr Malone’s substack post today:
    Following Dr. Robert Malone’s appearance on The Joe Rogan Experience, more physicians and medical scientists have joined with their colleagues from around the world in signing the Physicians Declaration. Now with more than 17,000 signatures confirmed through a rigorous validation process, these physicians and scientists are represented by Dr. Malone as he speaks at the march to Defeat the Mandates on Sunday, January 23 in Washington, D.C.

    The over 17,000 signers to the declaration have reached consensus on three foundational principles:

    1) Healthy children should not be subject to forced vaccination: they face negligible risk from covid, but face potential permanent, irreversible risk to their health if vaccinated, including heart, brain, reproductive and immune system damage.
    2) Natural Immunity Denial has prolonged the pandemic and needlessly restricted the lives of Covid-recovered people. Masks, lockdowns, and other restrictions have caused great harm especially to children and delayed the virus’ transition to endemic status.
    3) Health agencies and institutions must cease interfering with the physician-patient relationship. Policymakers are directly responsible for hundreds of thousands of deaths, as a result of institutional interference and blocking treatments proven to cure at a near 100% rate when administered early.
    Led by Dr. Malone and staying loyal to the Hippocratic oath, the declaration’s signers have resisted financial inducements, threats, unprecedented censorship, and reputational attacks to remain committed first to patient health and well-being.

  24. 2022 January 21 5:59 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    btw, compare the 17,000 signatures above (verified by an independent 3rd party) with the 300(?) signatures to kick Joe Rogan off Spotify for interviewing 3 dissident doctors. Less than half of those guys are MDs. One is a marijuana farmer.

  25. 2022 January 21 6:25 pm
    JustMary permalink

    I can’t seem to find other sources for this, but if this is indeed true…WTF.

  26. 2022 January 21 6:27 pm
    JustMary permalink

    Sorry I have been MIA…between the holidays and covid going around the JM household…it’s been a lot. Everyone is well though, and antibodies have been achieved minus the mystery bs being injected into our veins. Huzzah

  27. 2022 January 21 6:51 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    30, congrats JM! I’m jealous of the antibodies …

    Yes, that switcheroo really happened. I think that’s how they passed ObamaCare too.
    I don’t recall details why they do that, maybe it makes the bill ineligible for a filibuster or something. Pass in the House, move to Senate, gut it and replace every word, pass it in Senate, send back to House (or to a joint committee to align discrepancies?)

  28. 2022 January 21 6:54 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Crypto collapsed some more.
    In case PRP is lurking …

  29. 2022 January 21 6:55 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    True …

  30. 2022 January 21 10:22 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    VA Swamp is ready to rumble. I hope Youngkin is up to the challenge.

    Asra Q. Nomani 🐻 @AsraNomani
    JUST IN. VA Dept of Health + VA Dept of Education issue new guidance: “There is no medical reason for a vaccinated and/or masked teacher to treat an otherwise healthy unmasked student any differently than a healthy masked student.” Parents “are in charge.”

    BREAKING. FCPS orders principals to suspend students without masks [FCPS = Fairfax County Public Schools, Virginia]
    Rogue superintendent sets up showdown with Gov. Youngkin

  31. 2022 January 22 6:47 am
    drdog09 permalink


    As someone who is finishing the interior so we can move in… Pretty optimistic. I would gauge the actual work completed @ 10%. Oh, and there is a whole slice missing categorized as “waiting for contractor, ___%”.


    This could be a case of ‘it solves itself’. If the Guv is going to back a pledge of the parents being in charge of the schools then those that want masks can keep them, those that don’t won’t. A smart school board would provide options, maybe a school or two that have a mask free policy out of the entire system.

  32. 2022 January 22 6:51 am
    drdog09 permalink

    Interesting 2 part thought piece

    Part 1:

    Part 2:

    The part I think the author misses is the ‘Dark Ages’ phase. Rome did not fall like turning off a light switch. The same will occur with the slow collapse of the West, if it occurs at all.

  33. 2022 January 22 7:22 am
    drdog09 permalink

  34. 2022 January 22 7:42 am
    justrand permalink

    Drdog, Rome kinda did fall like “turning off a light switch”…5 or 6 times. They just kept getting re-invented as something slightly (or completely) un-Roman. The Huns, Visigoths,Vandals, etc, all decided they wanted to profit from the carcass of Rome, so they propped it up.

    I think we’re already going through that.

  35. 2022 January 22 7:55 am
    justrand permalink

    Hell, we’re helping invaders invade

    I tried to link a video from McAllen Texas…I’ll try another method

  36. 2022 January 22 8:09 am
    drdog09 permalink

    ATF regs are toast — — 0% receivers from a block of Al.

  37. 2022 January 22 8:14 am
    drdog09 permalink

  38. 2022 January 22 8:15 am
    drdog09 permalink


    I think we are kinda in agreement.

  39. 2022 January 22 9:04 am
    mpt permalink

    ‘It looked like a Third World country’: California Governor Gavin Newsom visited railway tracks in east Los Angeles littered with thousands of open and damaged packages looted from freight trains.

    FFS, all this guy has to do is look in a mirror to see who is to blame for California descending into third-world territory.

  40. 2022 January 22 10:09 am

    25 – Yeah gab owner call him and other out the other day not just on their TOS, but how they’re all still reliant on elements provided by the big-censor-boys infrastructure.

    29 – Oh it’s true, gonna fail or already did (I think, check me though), but JM they absolutely DID DO THAT, and will try it again just wait few month. It’s one thing to attach one bs bill to another bs bill… and force people to vote on the whole. It’s a whole other thing to pass A containing A and then post-passage replace it whole cloth with B, and try and pretend it’s the same bill that passed. Fucking ridiculous, and any parliamentarian, even a very biased one would have to still have say gtfo with that nonsense.

    35 – lmao

  41. 2022 January 22 10:31 am

    42 – So we’re entering RasS now… just fucking great… 🙁
    It’s not that I blame the businesses, but damn.
    Costs less per-hour vs raw wage.
    +No fed SS overhead.
    +No fed MC overhead.
    +No state and other related payroll (unempl\workcomp etc) overhead.
    +No HR or diversity issues\costs from them.
    ~ Everyone once in awhile they’ll go down and your screwed for hours or a couple days till the replacement\repair gets to you, and the humans have to take over for a short period, or you have multiple and you run at reduced capacity till replacement\repair. Basically it can still get sick for a couple hours,days. What’s the support contract guarantee and is that in the original price-per-hour?
    – Increases electricity bill (probably minor in the case of a couple and what types the article is discussing).

    When does the gov increase the remaining workers taxes to ‘make up for the short fall’, or start instituting robot taxes? Cause you know pols are probably already thinking about both.

  42. 2022 January 22 11:54 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    Love “RaaS”, took me a minute to figure it out though. Slowing down in my old age. 🙂

    Maher says wtf to Covid policies. We are getting crossover appeal
    I’m Over COVID, What the F**k Is the Use of Boosters?” – Bill Maher Goes Off on Medical Establishment, Experimental Vaccines in Latest Interview

    This actually pretty well informed:
    I’m over Covid.” He continued, “I mean, 78%, this is just the CDC fact, 78% of the people who died or went to the hospital were obese. Now, I’m not saying they deserved to die. Don’t twist my words, please. I’m just saying that is a lifestyle, you know? So, the fact that America, the medical establishment, never even attempted to get people to live a healthier lifestyle as a response to this pandemic is a giant scandal to me… It’s not a rarefied or weird point of view to say that if people would up their vitamin D levels, up their zinc levels, stop eating sugar, get a proper amount of sleep, stop overeating and day drinking, which is what went on during this pandemic, they would have a much better chance. The people who didn’t do that have blood on their hands. There’s no other way to put it.”

    Maher continued, “I understand that the Western medical establishment is rather cozy with the pharmaceutical industry, so I understand that their only idea about solving this is a pharmaceutical response. And I’m glad there is a vaccine because many people need a vaccine. It does stop you from dying. But shouldn’t we also have at least mentioned this other way to deal with it?”

    On taking a booster shot, “I mean, we’re in a very different place with Covid than we were just when I was on the air last time, and that is the vaccines, we know, do not prevent you from either transmitting it or getting the disease. We know that. That’s a fact now. They just prevent you from dying, which is a great part of it, let’s not undercount that. But if they don’t prevent you from transmitting it and they don’t prevent you from getting it why are we still treating this disease the way we always have? And what the f*ck is the use of a booster shot? Because I will never get a booster shot.”

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