President Biden’s accuser speaks out

President Biden's accuser speaks out

Newsmax TV – Tara Reade on the media ignoring her story and sweeping it under the rug, President Joe Biden’s behavior towards her, the decades of pain this has caused and more – via Newsmax TV’s ‘Greg Kelly Reports.’

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She is more credible than the woman that accused Trump!

Another former President told the people of love e he never had sexual relations with a certain Monica. And look what happened there. Liars to your face Democrats

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charles wilkins

President Joe Biden can’t believe it — he could be removed and even some Democrats agree. DC has been rocked by this bombshell news. “A bipartisan group of U.S. Senators — led by Todd Young (R-IN) and Tim Kaine (D-VA) — introduced legislation Wednesday that would strip President Joe Biden of war powers,” reported Breitbart News. This would be accomplished “by repealing both the 1991 and 2002 authorizations for the use of military force (AUMF) in the Middle East,” effectively removing Biden’s ability to act in the region without congressional approval. The announcement from Young and Kaine comes as Biden has involved the United States in Syria’s civil war, launching airstrikes against the Assad regime. By contrast, Trump ended U.S. involvement in that no-win scenario. The AUMFs should have been repealed years ago — with some arguing that they should’ve been enacted in the first place. Unfortunately, they ar e too open-ended and allow the president to wage war unilaterally. This is not how the Constitution was designed. The framers of the Constitution rightfully concluded that the executive branch was most prone to war, so they vested the question of war with Congress. Biden needs to be put in check. A bipartisan group of U.S. Senators — led by Todd Young (R-IN) and Tim Kaine (D-VA) — introduced legislation Wednesday that would strip President Joe Biden of war powers by repealing both the 1991 and 2002 authorizations for the use of military force (AUMF) in the Middle East. The move comes in response to Biden’s recent airstrikes in eastern Syria, which were launched without congressional approval. The decision to launch the strike followed the shelling of an Iraqi military base that houses U.S. troops. The rocket attack left one civilian contractor dead and nine others wounded. A U.S. service member was among those hurt. “Last week’s airstrikes in Syria show that the executive branch, regardless of party, will continue to stretch its war powers,” Kaine, a member of the powerful Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said in a statement obtained by Politico. “Congress has a responsibility to not only vote to authorize new military action, but to repeal old authorizations that are no longer necessary.” “Congress has been operating on autopilot when it comes to our essential duties to authorize the use of military force,” Young told the news outlet. “The fact that authorities for both of these wars are still law today is illustrative of the bipartisan failure of Congress to perform its constitutionally-mandated oversight role.”  Co-sponsors of the bill include: Sens. Chris Coons (D-DE), Chuck Grassley (R-IA), Mike Lee (R-UT), and Tammy Duckworth (D-IL). Kaine previously expressed frustration with the Biden administration’s decision not to brief Congress on the strike. “The American people deserve to hear the Administration’s rationale for these strikes and its legal justification for acting without coming to Congress,” Kaine said. “Offensive military action without congressional approval is not constitutional absent extraordinary circumstances. Congress must be fully briefed on this matter expeditiously.” State Department spokesman Ned Price told reporters during a regular press briefing that Iranian-made and -supplied rockets have been used in many such attacks but wouldn’t say if rockets from Tehran were involved in the Erbil attack, stating they will await the conclusions of Iraq’s investigation before attributing blame.  Psaki, the White House press secretary, told reporters that the United States will respond but reserves the right do so in a time and manner of its choosing. “We will respond in a way that’s calculated, on our timetable and using a mix of tools seen and unseen,” she said. “What we will not do — and what we’ve seen in the past — is lash out and risk an escalation that plays into the hands of Iran by further destabilizing Iraq.”  The UPI contributed to this report.