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Biden bizarrely suggests he was VP during pandemic in latest blunder

Despite the coronavirus outbreak coming three years after the Obama administration left office, President Biden bizarrely declared on Sunday that things got “a little bit worse” when he was vice president during the pandemic. The 81-year-old, whose term as vice president ended in January 2017, suggested he was dealing with the pandemic during a campaign […]

Ben Sasse criticizes other universities for ‘bizarrely’ giving attention to ‘smallest, angriest group’ amid protests

University of Florida president Ben Sasse criticized other universities for giving attention to the “smallest, angriest group” of protesters as various anti-Israel protests continue to occur on campuses across the country. Sasse, a former Republican senator representing Nebraska, said on CNN’s State of the Union Sunday that under his leadership in Gainesville, Florida, the school has […]

Biden Bizarrely Denies Declaring Easter Sunday ‘Transgender Day of Visibility’

President Joe Biden reportedly declared Easter Sunday “Transgender Visibility Day,” despite making a very clear proclamation on Good Friday. The proclamation read in part: “I, Joseph R. Biden Jr., President of the United States, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and laws of the United States, hereby certify March 31, […]

Joe Biden Bizarrely Wanders Off Stage to Pull Faces with a Baby

President Joe Biden disrupted attendees at a campaign event in Arizona on Tuesday night when a baby mixed in with the crowd and wandered off stage to get face-to-face with a young fan. The 80-year-old was spying on a young man introduced to him by his campaign manager at a Mexican restaurant in Phoenix. new […]

Kyrie Irving’s bizarrely blames Eric Adams for rocky Nets tenure

The night the Nets lost 119-107 to the Mavericks, the night Kyrie Irving scored 36 points, fans wondered why Irving hadn’t played like that while in Brooklyn. In fact, they asked Irving to his face why, and the former Nets star said he could blame one man: New York City Mayor Eric Adams. Irving, who […]

Democrats ‘Bizarrely Superimpose’ DEI Worldview on Middle East

On FNC's “Life, Liberty, Levin” on Sunday, Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) sought to rationalize the Biden administration's and Democratic Party's positions on Israel and the Middle East. The Arkansas Republican speculated that this may have something to do with what attracts the U.S. left to so-called diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) policies, which Democrats hope […]