Cruz proposes term limits for lawmakers, Biden’s executive order to allow unisex toilets, epidemic prevention political calculations, Biden’s lies revealed

Ridiculous! A few days ago Biden signed an executive order allowing men who identify themselves as women to use female facilities, including schools at all levels that receive federal funding.

Biden played the political calculus of Epidemic prevention and was poked and prodded to reveal his lies.

Republican bigwigs are scared! Polls show that once Trump forms his party, he will take away 23% of voters, leaving only 17% of the Republican Party to become the oldest.

Vow to drain the Washington swamp! Senator Cruz proposed a constitutional amendment to impose term limits on lawmakers.

Be both an athlete and a referee. Democratic senators will preside over the impeachment trial of Trump, impartiality raises questions.

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British media: prevention of disease political calculations, Biden lies were poked to reveal the horse’s foot

British celebrity mouth Morgan (Piers Morgan) wrote in the Daily Mail on the 25th that Biden’s brand new honesty only lasted 24 hours before it broke.

Morgan pointed out that Biden set a goal that he would have 100 million doses of vaccines ready within 100 days of taking office. However, he knew in his heart that even if he reached that goal, it would be a fraudulent “achievement”. The celebrity stressed that according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the average vaccination in the United States last week was 914,000 doses a day, and on the day of Biden’s inauguration, 1.6 million doses were administered in one day. And at this rate of vaccination, the target could easily be reached, obscuring the fact that the U.S. could and should have set a much higher target than that.

Yet, that’s not even a lie. At best, it’s a sneaky political ploy to under-promise and over-exaggerate in order to grab news space and get a cheap “war chest” when the goal is reached.

The lie is this: After Biden spoke in the White House State Dining Room on Jan. 21 about his plans to prevent and control the new pandemic, a reporter pressed him on whether the goal of 100 million doses of vaccine in 100 days was too low. He snapped back, “When I announced it, you all said it was impossible.” Then he said, “Give me a break, come on, man! 100 million doses, that’s a good start.”

Morgan bemoaned the fact that this is simply bullshit because no one in the mainstream media is qualified to say that’s impossible. In fact, as soon as Biden first promised 100 million doses of vaccines last December, CNN medical expert Sanjay Gupta said the vaccine companies told him it was very doable. Biden knew this because the same vaccine companies told him the same message, but he chose to pretend that the media was “all over” him, saying he made an impossible promise.

Morgan pointed out that Biden would do this because he wanted to divert the media’s attention from hitting him on the hood of his promises. This is a political masterstroke, but it gives a poor impression.

Biden kept saying that Trump was not accomplishing anything in preparing for the vaccine. One White House official even said, “We don’t have anything to start over, because everything has to start over. However, Fauci, the chief expert on the new U.S. pneumonia crown, then debunked the lie, saying, “Of course we’re not starting from scratch, because we’ve already started distributing it.

Biden executive order to allow men who identify themselves as women to use women’s facilities

President Joe Biden has signed an executive order mandating the government to redefine all policies and regulations to include “gender identity” when it comes to gender-based discrimination. This would mean that all services and amenities reserved for women must also be available to men who identify themselves as women.

The executive order has been welcomed by transgender activists, but critics argue that it weakens protections for women and girls. It remains to be seen how the administration will interpret the order in specific circumstances, but its language suggests that women’s sports, women-only restrooms and locker rooms at federally funded institutions will have to be open to people whose biological sex is male but who self-identify as female, and vice versa. These institutions will include all levels of schools that receive federal funding.

The order states, “Children learn and should be able to learn without fear of whether they will be denied access to restrooms, locker rooms or participation in school sports.”

The order goes further by including “gender identity” in the definition of sex discrimination in housing, workplace and medical settings.

The order says, “Adults should be able to earn a living and pursue a career without being fired, demoted, or mistreated because of what gender they identify as or dress in a way that does not conform to gender-based stereotypes. People should be able to access health care and secure housing without gender discrimination.”

The order orders federal agencies to “review all existing orders, regulations, guidance documents, policies, programs, or other agency actions related to sex discrimination” and to make changes or issue new regulations to incorporate gender identity.

How the order will be implemented in practice will depend on how agencies interpret it, particularly how they define “gender identity.

Poll: Trump will take away 23% of voters once he forms a party, leaving 17% of the Republican Party to become the oldest

Former U.S. President Donald Trump (Donald Trump) evaluation polarized, Republican political figures also love and hate him. However, they are afraid that they have to be careful with the Trump-related cases. According to the latest poll conducted by Just the News in cooperation with the Rasmussen Report, once Trump leaves the Republican Party and forms another “Patriotic Party”, he will have the support of 23% of voters, leaving the Republican Party with only 17% support, making it the third largest party.

Scott Rasmussen conducted a survey of 1,200 registered voters from the 21st to the 23rd of this month. Assuming Trump creates a new “Patriot Party,” voters’ party identification would be 46% for the Democratic Party, 23% for Trump, 17% for the Republican Party, and 14% for “other.

For voters who consider themselves “very conservative,” 55% would support Trump’s new party, while 24% would support the Republican Party. If Trump stays in the Republican Party, then this group of voters who support him and are very active will give him a strong influence that can easily threaten the Republican Party establishment.

Cruz proposes constitutional amendment to impose term limits on lawmakers

U.S. Senator Ted Cruz and other Republican senators have reintroduced an amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The amendment would impose legal term limits on members of Congress.

Photo: U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX)

The proposed amendment would limit Senators to two six-year terms and Representatives to three two-year terms.

Cruz has been a strong advocate for congressional term limits and hopes this could be a solution that provides more oversight and accountability to those on Capitol Hill.

Cruz said, “Every year, Congress spends billions of dollars on giveaways for well-connected people: Washington insiders get taxpayer money, members of Congress get re-elected, and the system fails the American people.”

“It’s no wonder that the vast majority of Americans from across the political spectrum – Republicans, Democrats and Independents – overwhelmingly support congressional term limits.”

Senator Cruz added, “The rise of political careerism in today’s Congress is a far cry from what the Founders expected from our federal governing body. I have long called for this approach to address the breakdown in Washington, D.C., and I will continue to fight to hold career politicians accountable. As I have done in the past, I urge my colleagues to bring this constitutional amendment to the states for swift ratification.”

In the United States, presidents have term limits, but members of Congress do not. Critics charge that many stay in Congress for decades, forming all sorts of nepotistic relationships and being part of the Washington swamp and participants in deep government.

Cruz and others argue that imposing term limits could mean more change in Washington.

Casey Burgat, a senior governance fellow at the R Street Institute, a U.S. think tank, raised the downside of term limits for lawmakers at a Senate committee hearing in 2019. Burgat said mandating experienced members of Congress to leave Congress would “diminish the ability of Congress to do its job in our system of government.”

Democratic senator to preside over impeachment trial raises concerns about fairness

On Monday (25), U.S. Senate President Pro Tempore Patrick Leahy, a Democrat, confirmed that he will replace Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts to preside over the impeachment trial of former President Trump on Feb. 8. Leahy’s new role has raised concerns about the fairness of the trial.

Sen. John Cornyn, a Texas Republican and member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, said Monday, “How does a senator preside like a judge and serve as a juror at the same Time?”

Cornyn said, “This reflects a fundamental flaw in how we operate.” “We’re designing as we go, not following the Constitution.”

Sen. Josh Hawley, a Missouri Republican, said there is only one constitutional process regarding impeachment, that of an incumbent president, and it should only be presided over by the chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.

Kentucky Republican Senator Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) also dissented from impeachment. He said, “If the chief justice doesn’t preside, then I think it’s an illegal hearing, and that clearly indicates that it’s really unconstitutional to impeach someone who is not the president.

A legal scholar said that Leahy, a prominent Democrat and public critic of Trump, was given the power to preside over Trump’s impeachment trial, calling into question the fairness of the trial.

Leahy did not even invite Justice Roberts to oversee the trial and argued that the Constitution’s requirement that the chief justice preside over an impeachment trial applies to sitting presidents, not former ones.

Last week, several Democrats also asked Roberts to preside over the trial.

A portion of Republican lawmakers are currently working to seek to have Trump’s impeachment trial overturned before it is held, as they have determined that an impeachment trial against a former president is itself unconstitutional.