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EXCLUSIVE: Hunter's 'stripper' baby mama was an assistant at HIS firm and after she had his baby he kicked her off company health insurance - disproving claims he had 'no recollection' of her

  • Text messages obtained by DailyMail.com reveal Lunden Roberts was working at Hunter Biden's firm, Rosemont Seneca, when she became pregnant in late 2017
  • Roberts, 29, gave birth to Hunter's fourth child, Navy Joan Roberts, in August 2018 following a fling with the president's son around December 2017
  • Hunter, 51, initially denied paternity and in his memoir, Beautiful Things, claimed he had 'no recollection of our encounter'
  • 'That's how little connection I had with anyone,' he wrote. 'I was a mess, but a mess I've taken responsibility for.'
  • But bombshell messages show Roberts was his employee and that Hunter made sure she was kicked off his company's health insurance plan after she gave birth
  • He also repeatedly ignored messages she sent to him regarding his unborn child, including pleas for help caring for the baby
  • The child's existence had remained a secret until May 2019 when Roberts, who is from Batesville, Arkansas, sued Hunter for child support


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Federal Judge Halts Biden Administration Program That Discriminated Against White Farmers, Saying Lawsuit Could Be Successful


The Biden administration’s $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package included several provisions that discriminated against people based on race, including one that provided forgiveness of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans to “socially disadvantaged” farmers.

In late April, Republican Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller sued the Biden administration, saying the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) violated the U.S. Constitution and Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 when it excluded farmers from the loan forgiveness program based on race.

The lawsuit says the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan passed by Congress last month includes provisions for the forgiveness of loans to ‘socially disadvantaged’ farmers or ranchers of up to 120% of the value of the loan,” Courthouse News Service reported at the time. “It claims other federal laws limit help for white farmers and ranchers, including the Agriculture Department being required to give preference to grant applications filed by ‘socially disadvantaged’ farmers or ranchers.”

A week later, a Wisconsin dairy farmer with two prosthetic legs also sued the Biden administration, writing:

In March 2021, the United States retreated from the principle of equality under the law by enacting a race-based loan-forgiveness program in the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA). Among other things, ARPA provides billions of dollars of debt relief to “socially disadvantaged” farmers and ranchers. The phrase “socially disadvantaged” includes explicit racial classifications: to be eligible for ARPA’s debt relief, farmers and ranchers must be Black or African American, American Indian or Alaskan native, Hispanic or Latino, or Asian American or Pacific Islander. Other farmers—white farmers, for example—are ineligible.


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Or are they just complaining that they don't get 'as much'?  It makes you wonder why they bully other countries to take their overproduction....


Examining America’s Farm Subsidy Problem


So what’s driving these major increases? Back to Bloomberg:

The latest data show the increasing dependence of growers on government assistance after three years of trade and Covid‐19 aid on top of traditional subsidies. Farmers face a murky outlook next year if the Biden administration adjust[s] payments.

Direct government aid, accounting for 39% of net farm income, rose to a record $46.5 billion from $22.4 billion last year. …

Yes, you read that right. This year, farmers (on net) will derive almost 40 percent of their income directly from the U.S. government. Forty percent.

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I was wondering when this would happen, actually I'm gobsmacked that it hasn't happened earlier.

Hopefully it's just the beginning and it will start a trend all across the country. I'd take it a step further and collaborate on private security and cordoned areas. Further discussion is useless, direct action is required. 

About time I'd say:


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If you want to seriously address what is called the 'socialism problem' in the states, one would have to go after the biggest 'socialists' sucking at the government teat....

https://www.cnbc.com/2020/11/19/walmart-and-mcdonalds-among-top-employers-of-medicaid-and-food-stamp-beneficiaries.html#:~:text=Walmart and McDonald's are among the top employers of beneficiaries,Government Accountability Office released Wednesday.

Walmart and McDonald’s are among top employers of Medicaid and food stamp beneficiaries, report says

Walmart and McDonald’s are among the top employers of beneficiaries of federal aid programs like Medicaid and food stamps, according to a study by the nonpartisan Government Accountability Office.

The question of how much taxpayers contribute to maintaining basic living standards for employees at some of the nation’s largest low-wage companies has long been a flashpoint in the debate over minimum wage laws and the ongoing effort to unionize these sectors.

About 70% of the 21 million federal aid beneficiaries worked full time, the report found.

“U.S. taxpayers should not be forced to subsidize some of the largest and most profitable corporations in America,” Sanders said in a statement Wednesday evening. “It is time for the owners of Walmart, McDonald’s and other large corporations to get off of welfare and pay their workers a living wage.”

Walmart recently reported net income of $5.14 billion for its most recent quarter, while McDonald’s reported net income of $1.76 billion for the same period.

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Yup.... this was my first thought when I heard about "the list." One thing is for sure, the more reliant you become on "something" the more essential it becomes and the more vulnerable you are to losing it. Building vulnerabilities into essential services and supply chain logistics is problematic. 

A simple fibre optic cable break can have devastating effects, it shut down NS a couple of years ago.... cell service, internet and everything from 911 to simple banking transactions were lost.

Never mind big though, small things can hurt big time and cause chaos and hoarding. Pick one thing, a simple thing.... shut down propane distribution country wide for 6 months and watch the show. 

Biden's 'off-limits' list for Russian cyberattacks criticized as 'green light' to target everything else

Biden's list 'could actually entice Russia to increase attacks against all the other entities besides those 16 things'

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More breaking news from the Babylon Bee...

Congress Passes Law To Recognize Juneteenth, The Day Republicans Freed All The Democrats' Slaves

""During this year's Juneteenth, the nation will gather to celebrate the American political party that was founded on protecting human rights of people of all skin colors. Democrats around the country will write letters of apology and organize celebrations for the vast network of Christians, Catholics, Quakers, and Republicans who fought and died to end the scourge of slavery in America."


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They literally make me dizzy.

Are they aware that the technology exists to capture and distribute before and after video clips? A montage of those clips would be hugely entertaining if it wasn't so sad and I wonder why they aren't out in full force for all to see. You could have a weekly half hour comedy show comprised of nothing else and never run out of material. 

Top Democrats flip-flop on 'racist' voter ID laws

Voter ID has been dubbed racist, but now some Democrats favor it

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TC Energy seeks more than US$15B in damages from U.S. over Keystone XL 

TC Energy said it had filed a notice of intent to begin a legacy NAFTA claim

TC Energy Corp is seeking more than US$15 billion in damages from the U.S. government over the cancellation of its Keystone XL (KXL) project, the Canadian pipeline operator said on Friday.



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Contrary to what the headline suggests, I'd say he's doing remarkably well. 52% of people approve of the spiking crime rates and want more:

Biden polls horribly on his handling of rising crime

Forty-eight percent of Americans say they disapprove of Biden's handling of spiking crime rates



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“ Is there a border crisis? According to DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, there isn’t — but the illegal crossing numbers indicate that there is.


Illegal border crossings have reached a 20-year high. In the four months before Biden took office, illegal crossings averaged 70,000 a month. The number rose to 97,640 in February, the first full month of Biden’s presidency; to 169,204 in March; and to 173,686 in April; and it was 172,011 in May.


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