A Bad, Awful, Horrible, No Good Week for Biden

2022 January 16
by bc3b

Thinking people realized that a Biden presidency would be a disaster, but even Biden’s most severe critics didn’t expect that things would get so bad so quickly.

Biden has screwed up every aspect of the presidency from the start – some intentionally (open borders, surrendering energy self-sufficiency, filling Air Force jumbo jets with unvetted Afghans, etc.) others unintentionally through Biden’s stupidity (inflation, supply chain issues, etc.).

Last week, things hit the bottom (for the time being):

  • An ill-conceived speech in Georgia, where Biden came across as an angry, crazy old man, accusing half (3/4?) of US citizens of being as racist as Bull Connor and George Wallace
  • Stacey Abrams, the Queen of Voter Fraud, boycotted Biden’s border speech
  • Lost Senators Manchin and Sinema’s support for ending the filibuster, which also dooms the Democrats’ plan for perpetual voter fraud
  • Inflation reached the highest level in 40 years
  • His approval rating sank to 33% in one poll – lower than any poll rating Trump had in four years of his presidency
  • The Supreme Court shot down Biden’s COVID mandate
  • Although the media overwhelmingly continues to support Biden, even CNN’s John King and Erin Burnett admitted that Biden is in trouble

After his Georgia speech, in which he accused anyone currently holding the position on the filibuster he held until about 15 minutes ago of being some of the worst Democrats ever (George Wallace, Bull Connor), even members of his own party were left scratching their heads. When Majority Whip Dick Durbin, the most appropriately named man in government, says you may have gone a “little too far,” you’ve gone too far.

But there is no “too far” when you don’t believe in anything other than your own power. That’s what Joe Biden is, and it’s what he’s always been.

Is he senile? Of course. Is he corrupt? Absolutely. Is he dumb? Without question. Which of these truths is the overriding factor in how this week fell apart? Does it really matter? That’s like judging a soup by each individual ingredient. If the whole things sucks, who cares if it’s because you had bad celery or bad noodles?

Joe Biden is a bad soup, and this week the country sent it back. We’re all better for it.

It appears Americans have finally come to the realization that they have elected the absolute worst president in history. The only (partial) solution is to give control of both house of Congress in November to reduce – but hardly eliminate – the damage in 2023 and 2024.

Hat tip: townhall.com

Anti-Biden street art begins to appear in DC.

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The worst week (so far) in a horrid presidency.

47 Responses leave one →
  1. 2022 January 16 1:14 pm
    bc3b permalink

    FBI and MSM: synagogue terrorist had nothing to do with Jewish Community (or Islam):


    It’s tough finding a Baptist church in Texas.

  2. 2022 January 16 4:27 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Dense Covid technical analysis available on Gab from Geert.

  3. 2022 January 16 4:31 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Dr Pierre Kory has a new article on substack.
    Based on medical reports, he expects Covid to be over by this summer.

  4. 2022 January 16 4:34 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    “Based on medical reports, he expects Covid to be over by this summer.”

    The disease, most likely. The morbidity and loss of life associated with the ‘cure’, ongoing.

  5. 2022 January 16 4:35 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    There is a channel on YouTube called “John Talks” with short, hard hitting vids.
    Short as in 30 sec to 1 min typically.
    Here’s one, let’s hope the GOP commissions/borrows a few for upcoming campaigns–

  6. 2022 January 16 6:32 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    White House press corps survives a drive by shouting (snicker)

  7. 2022 January 16 6:35 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Dr John Campbell agrees with Dr Kory that Covid is winding down and gives a partial list of authorities chiming in to agree

    I agree drdog that we’ve got a ways to go before we can total the damage done

  8. 2022 January 16 7:47 pm
    bc3b permalink

    Trump’s last night speech in a 7-minute summary:


    Perfect tie-in for this thread.

  9. 2022 January 16 8:32 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Trump’s weakness right now more than anything else is Covid. If genocide trials were started, I hate to say it, Trump himself would have to stand before the bar and defend his involvement.

  10. 2022 January 16 8:46 pm

    “The Supreme Court shot down Biden’s COVID mandate” – only PARTIALLY

  11. 2022 January 16 9:49 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    11, for sure healthcare workers were thrown under the bus.
    But I wonder if you mean more. For example, is it the case that now action returns to the lower court? I’m guessing that court entered a stay on the Mandate but did not make an actual decision. Biden* lackeys appealed to SCOTUS Which said the stay was approved.
    If that is what happened they still need to do the trial.
    Then, if the Mandate loses, there can still be an appeal.

    Is that what’s going on?

  12. 2022 January 17 12:30 am
    mpt permalink

    A Bad, Awful, Horrible, No Good Week for Biden

    I had a better week than Biden, and I had Covid. 🙂

    Six days into it now and I’m now at about 90%. Probably a few more days for the lingering cough and weird light-headedness to finally dissipate (similar to a hangover where you still wake up a little drunk). Also, seems Covid triggered my childhood asthma which strong colds have done a handful of times since I’ve been an adult.

    My wife got off with lighter symptoms than me. She was boosted, but also thinks the Zinc, D, and Quercitin were helping her. As far as I can tell, how severe one gets Covid seems to be essentially a roll of the dice. I’ve seen unvaccinated people report nothing more than some nasal congestion and a headache and double vaxxed people end up in the hospital. I wouldn’t be surprised if it turns out there is some genetic predisposition that has yet to be identified.

  13. 2022 January 17 12:38 am
    mpt permalink

    I watched it live it was good…
    and most importantly someone finally got fucking through to him…

    I heard good things about his speech and listened to parts of it. I wonder if Bannon finally got a chance to talk with Trump because he seemed to stay on messages that played well for the crowd rather than dumb stuff such as complaining how the MSM wasn’t giving him credit for the vaccines and such.

  14. 2022 January 17 12:44 am
    mpt permalink

    There is a channel on YouTube called “John Talks” with short, hard hitting vids.

    LOL. Loved the video. Thanks for passing along.

    Kamala looked like she swallowed a handful of thumbtacks when asked that question.

  15. 2022 January 17 5:16 am
    drdog09 permalink

  16. 2022 January 17 6:22 am
    drdog09 permalink

  17. 2022 January 17 6:53 am
    gnqanq permalink

    Have been busy with year end audit (so much fun). So don’t know if this has been covered.


    One of the most reliable data points we have is all-cause mortality. It’s very hard to massage that statistic, as people are either dead or they’re not. Their inclusion in the national death index database is based on one primary criteria—they’ve died—regardless of the cause.

  18. 2022 January 17 7:40 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    20, a recent article insurance was related.
    Insurers who provide life insurance to companies are seeing noticeably higher levels of deaths in the “employed” age range, I think 18 to 65. Insurers will need to raise rates because they are paying out.
    But Covid doesn’t explain what’s going on … I forget why, perhaps because so many of the COVID deaths are bunched in the range above 65

  19. 2022 January 17 7:49 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    This is genius, In France many restaurants, bars, change their status to PRIVATE CLUB. They then don’t have to ask customer for a Covid slave passport. New customers become “members” in less <1minute and for free. Thus, the restaurant is no longer "public", but private. Welcome


  20. 2022 January 17 8:02 am
    JimNorCal permalink


    All results covering the period from 1750 through 2018 are listed in a table and plotted in figures. These results negate claims that the increase in C(t) since 1800 has been dominated by the increase of the anthropogenic fossil component. We determined that in 2018, atmospheric anthropogenic fossil CO2 represented 23% of the total emissions since 1750 with the remaining 77% in the exchange reservoirs. Our results show that the percentage of the total CO2 due to the use of fossil fuels from 1750 to 2018 increased from 0% in 1750 to 12% in 2018, much too low to be the cause of global warming.

  21. 2022 January 17 8:15 am
    gnqanq permalink

    Jim – I believe it is a side effect from the vaccine. It has ben reported that the vaccine destroys your immune system. Some doctors are reporting increase numbers of various cancers. The number of heart conditions has spiked and I believe you are going to see increased deaths from this in the coming years.

    Myocarditis has increased drastically, many believe it is tied to the vaccine. If you read up on it, you end with a real change in the quality of life and increased likely hood of a shortened life IF not requiring a heart transplant.

    Wait to see what the coming years bring.

  22. 2022 January 17 8:48 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    gn I share your concern.

    mpt: this vid with Dr John Campbell predicts omicron will give us herd immunity and break the back of Covid. He also lists other authorities who agree (Dr Pierre Kory has a similar conclusion). Near the end Campbell covers a couple readers’ description of their omicron bout.
    One sounds almost exactly like your description

  23. 2022 January 17 9:43 am
    mpt permalink

    25, I was on a forum last night where people were talking about their Covid experiences with mine being very typical for people with a light-to-moderate case — fatigue, tiredness, cough, sore throat, congestion, etc… Nothing life-threatening or hospital-worthy, but still unpleasant for a few days. My wife was fortunate to get even milder symptoms.

    I do hope this breaks the back of Covid. However, I have to wonder how we would ever know. I have little faith that the politicians will ever allow us to go back to normal (got to justify mail-in ballots somehow) and MSM will continue to push the “sky is falling” narrative.

  24. 2022 January 17 11:43 am
    bc3b permalink

    A priest from the Minneapolis area was discussing COVID as part of his homily. Go to the 5:50 mark and watch for a minute to see how much YouTube censored:


  25. 2022 January 17 1:43 pm
    JimNorCal permalink


    Commenter: “Oops.
    In the last thirteen months, at least 200 elite athletes have collapsed and died of heart-related issues, and hundreds of others have had their careers and lives interrupted”

    I assume when he says the 2 Stabs are of little value, what they mean is after the vaxx wears off. And boosts don’t do much if the medicine is aimed at the alpha variant.

  26. 2022 January 17 4:47 pm

    4th obama era individual indicted or pleading guilty in last 5 days for corruption/theft related charges.

    Poorly executed scheme if you ask me on this one.

  27. 2022 January 17 5:02 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    “Anyone check the alibi for the local fib field office members?”

    I am sure her insurance company will have an interest…

    Isn’t that the same woman that was caught up in the college entrance scandal? Gotta pay those lawyers back somehow right?

  28. 2022 January 17 5:18 pm
    mpt permalink

    Anyone have opinions on what will likely happen in Ukraine over the next few months? Seems the UK just announced they will be sending advisors/troops to train with Ukraine armed forces. On our side, Neocons such as John Bolton (yeah, the guy doesn’t go away) is screaming for US advisors/troops in Ukraine and for a termination of the Nord Stream 2 Pipeline by Europeans (very unlikely).

    From what I can gather, what we see going on is a lot of posturing by the Russian Bear to make sure Ukraine stays out of NATO, Russia’s warm-sea ports in Crimea remain secure, and the work on the pipeline continues which is critical to the Russian economy. Our direct interests in the region are very limited, but will Biden use the Ukraine situation to poke the Russian Bear to counter his failing domestic agenda? That seems to be the wildcard that could cause what is already a tense situation to boil over into an unwanted regional war that could go nuclear in a worst-case scenario.

  29. 2022 January 17 6:32 pm
    drdog09 permalink


    Only one — Don’t date Ukrainian women. They’re nuts.

  30. 2022 January 17 6:35 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    29, saw an article about this earlier. She’s one of the Woke Libs who have voted in scum running things. At long last, the troubles which came first to poor neighborhoods are being visited upon the rich.

  31. 2022 January 17 6:56 pm
    mpt permalink

    At long last, the troubles which came first to poor neighborhoods are being visited upon the rich.

    Not nearly hard and fast enough.

  32. 2022 January 17 9:43 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    The US is being transformed by these people into a 2-bit dictatorship. They don’t even make a pretense

    Christopher F. Rufo
    BREAKING: Following a lawsuit from parents, the State of California has permanently removed the “In Lak Ech Affirmation” from the state curriculum, which would have forced students to chant to the Aztec god of human sacrifice in order to become “warriors” for “social justice.”

  33. 2022 January 17 10:02 pm

    31 – same person….yet more questionable use of fbi resources.

    In other news…reminder:

  34. 2022 January 18 6:26 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    Dr Pierre Kory on the Open Letter to remove Joe Rogan from Spotify because he doesn’t release pro gov propaganda.
    Many or most of the signers weren’t even MDs.

    “Bret, the most pathetic part is they could only find 270 scientists. The Rome Declaration & the Global Covid Summit has over 16,000 physicians and scientists who fully support everything Malone said on Rogan (as well as what you and me and
    have said on there). “They rigged the game. Monopoly on mass communication, captured government, platforms that shape our thoughts, and relationships. They don’t care that we hate them, so long as we’re frightened, and dependent.”

  35. 2022 January 18 7:18 am
    justrand permalink

    (Internet was down for last 24 hours at this campsite…and no TV…so I’m still catching up)

    Criminals, even stoooopid ones, know this is their time to run wild in the streets, and they are!! ‘Escape From L.A.’ was just a movie…right?


  36. 2022 January 18 9:02 am
    drdog09 permalink

    You want to see a city collapse in a matter of days? Have the trains stop running for a week or two, which is what Union Pacific is threatening to do. Trucking hauls a lot of goods but trains are even more so. They use right of ways that they have owned for over century so there is no congestion problem. Not so with trucks.

  37. 2022 January 18 9:08 am
    drdog09 permalink

    How deep is the S$%^ in the Whitmer case?

    In a stunning move, defense lawyers now want prosecutors to offer immunity not to their clients but to FBI agents and informants. A new defense filing took the rare step of asking the judge to order the Justice Department to offer “use immunity” to every FBI asset involved in the plot. Fearing they will invoke their Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination in court, defense attorneys are attempting to compel testimony that would be immune from prosecution, except charges of perjury.

    The defense is going to DEFEND the cops in the case to expose the plot!

  38. 2022 January 18 9:16 am
    drdog09 permalink

    A meme that explains a lot ….

  39. 2022 January 18 9:19 am
    drdog09 permalink

    Well, I liked it…

  40. 2022 January 18 11:23 am
    justrand permalink

    A Juxtaposition Is Approaching

    The State of the Union in 2022 . . . .

    Both Groundhog Day and Biden’s State of the Union address will occur on the same day.

    This is an ironic juxtaposition of events.

    One involves a meaningless ritual in which we look to an insignificant creature of little intelligence for prognostication.

    The other involves a groundhog.

  41. 2022 January 18 11:59 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    42, that’s one of the best memes I’ve seen in some time!
    The order that govt claims are dropped is exactly what we’ve seen.

  42. 2022 January 18 12:42 pm
    drdog09 permalink

  43. 2022 January 18 1:46 pm



    Speaking of FIBs..
    ““This is all designed very specifically to destroy our trust in one another,” Croft added. “It’s to divide us and separate us and it’s really disgusting that the government that’s supposed to provide for our public safety and welfare is actually making it a society of hatred and distrust. It’s really disgusting.”

    also yeah #41:
    So fucked up the defense has to try to get immunity for the feds just to try to get the truth out of them on the stand….good luck with that.

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