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March 2, 2023

President Biden is expected to use his veto pen for the first time this week, and he’ll do it twice.

It’s almost unimaginable these days, but two bills had enough bipartisan support to pass both Houses of Congress, with Democrats joining Republicans to pass them in the Senate. One would overturn an insane move by the DC City Council to reduce punishments for a range of crimes. It’s the kind of criminal coddling that’s sparked major crime waves in other cities, and it’s so radical that even leftist DC Mayor Murial Bowser unsuccessfully tried to veto it. Members of both parties realize it would make the city in which they work, which is already suffering a violent crime wave that recently touched a female House member, even more dangerous.

And yet, Biden plans to veto it, on the lame excuse that it infringes on DC’s right to self-rule…which the Constitution specifically gives Congress the power to do.

The other bill would overturn Biden’s ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) rule, or as the Department of Labor calls it, with enough fuzzy verbiage to obscure its true meaning, the “Prudence and Loyalty in Selecting Plan Investments and Exercising Shareholder Rights” rule. It allows money managers to consider liberal agenda issues like environmentalism and racial representation instead of just investing in companies that provide the best returns.

Critics say it’s yet another attempt by the left to get their claws on investment and pension funds and use them to advance their political agenda. It will also undermine returns to retirees at a time when their retirement accounts have already taken a huge hit under Biden and their costs of living have skyrocketed due to inflation.

And Biden will veto the bill that would stop it and make fund managers look after their investors rather than fund leftwing causes. So on both counts, Biden sides with activists who are so far to the left that even some Senate Democrats broke with the monolithic party line to oppose them.

That’s why I say that when he vetoes these bills, what he’ll really be killing is the claim that he would govern as a moderate, which was the real “Big Lie” of the 2020 election.

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  • Katheleen Folck

    03/06/2023 04:54 PM

    Too bad the regular people of DC don't have Bidens security but wait he doesn't see them. As far that other bill he doesn't see old people either even though he is one. Biden is the most selfish person on this earth and has always been one.

  • John Odekirk

    03/06/2023 09:35 AM

    It is time to veto Biden! But until Congress can do something to stop the fraud in our elections nothing is going to change. The Arizona Senate recently heard testimony as to how elections are rigged with electronic voting systems.

  • Rose Sawicki

    03/05/2023 11:36 PM

    I can't tell you how much I enjoy you Governor. I watch your programs on TV, read your newsletters, emails and whenever you are a guest or panel member. You are a very great man and you contribute so much positive information about family, life, religion, politics. I surely hope that when Trump becomes our President again, you will be by his side in some capacity bringing hope and pride back to the United States of America. God bless you and keep you well and safe. God bless us all. Thank you for all you do.

  • Terry VanHouten

    03/05/2023 10:24 PM

    Our "Moron-in-Chief" makes so many poor decisions that do nothing but damage our country. How is it possible for a man of his age to be so enamored with so many immoral and unrealistic radical ideas ? He defends gender transition, drag queen shows for children, increasing crime by vetoing logical steps to prosecute criminals, protecting illegal migrants at the cost of legal citizens, supporting the ESG narrative that will hurt retirees incomes, and on and on it goes.