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Monday, January 16, 2023

President Joe Biden has unfollowed Gunna on Instagram

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Joe Biden has unfollowed Gunna on Instagram.

Taking to social media, popular American tabloid, revealed that Joe Biden isn't following Gunna anymore following snitching allegations.

According to some fans of the rapper, they claim Joe Biden wasn't never following the rapper in the first place.

Joe Biden on Monday delivered remarks at the National Action Network Martin Luther King, Jr. Day breakfast.

Biden attacked police officers and targeted law-abiding gun owners in his speech.

“We have to retrain cops. Why should you always shoot with deadly force? The fact is if you need to use your weapon, you don’t have to do that,” idiot Biden said.

Police officers are trained to shoot center mass, but dummy Joe says cops should shoot violent suspects in the leg.

California Democrat Rep. Adam Schiff delivered a crucial blow to Joe Biden by admitting that the president may have endangered national security by mishandling classified documents.

Republicans are demanding answers on the lack of transparency on visitor logs from President Joe Biden’s Delaware home. This comes as classified documents were discovered in Biden’s Wilmington garage as well as his think tank. The U.S. Secret Service also revealed that while a protection unit is assigned to Biden’s Delaware home, they do not record visitors.

Joe Biden then threatened millions of conservatives.

“I love my right-wing friends talking about how the tree of liberty is watered with the blood of patriots. If you want to take on the federal government, you need some F-15s. You don’t need an AR-15,” Biden said.

During an interview on ABC’s “This Week,” host Jonathan Karl on Sunday when the topic of the classified document scandal and Attorney General Merrick Garland appointing a special counsel was talked about.

“Congressman Schiff, you were on this show just after Attorney General Garland appointed a special counsel in the case of the Trump documents. You said it was the right move. Do you feel the same way about this special counsel?” the host said.

“I do think it’s the right move. The attorney general has to make sure that not only is justice evenly applied, but the appearances of justice are also satisfactory to the public. And here, I don’t think he had any choice but to appoint a special counsel. And I think that special counsel will do the proper assessment. I still would like to see Congress do its own assessment of — and receive an assessment from the intelligence community of whether there was an exposure to others of these documents, whether there was harm to national security, on the case of either set of documents with either president. But, yes, I think the special counsel was appropriately appointed,” Schiff responded.

“Jonathan, if I could also, though, because my state is still trying to dig out from these terrible storms, I want to thank the president for making an emergency declaration and let Californians know that in the three most affected counties they can now apply for help in terms of rebuilding their homes and their businesses and that other counties need to report their damage as soon as possible so they can qualify for relief as well,” he said as the host brought the conversation back to the documents,” Schiff added.

“You raise the possibility of those national security assessments. Is it possible that national security was jeopardized here as – as many, including you, raised that possibility with the Mar-a-Lago documents?” the host asked.

“I don’t think we can exclude the possibility without knowing more of the facts. We have asked for an assessment in the intelligence community of the Mar-a-Lago documents. I think we ought to get that same assessment of the documents found in the – in the think tank, as well as the home of President Biden. I’d like to know what these documents were. I’d like to know what the IC’s assessment is, whether there was any risk of exposure and what the harm would be and whether any mitigation needs to be done. I think that would be appropriate and consistent with what we requested in the case of Mar-a-Lago,” the Congressman said.

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