President Joe Biden’s State of the Union Address Suddenly Appears to Be ‘Off’ — For Now

PLUS: Mike Pence is Making a Big-Time Move to Show He’s Got Donald Trump’s Back

Here is a quick-and-dirty rundown of today’s top stories, presented to you in a way that can’t be muzzled by the Big Tech Thought Police.

President Joe Biden was expected to have given his first State of the Union address by now.

Although the mainstream press is issuing “fact checks” to dispute the claim Biden was supposed to have had one by February 20th, the AP earlier reported that he was supposed to have had one by… *checks calendar*… yesterday.

“US President Joe Biden is expected to deliver the annual State of the Union address on 23 February 2021 (date is still to be confirmed),” the Associated Press reported.


“Former Vice President Mike Pence praised former President Donald Trump during a meeting with congressional Republicans this week,” a lawmaker said.

“He spoke very favorably about his relationship with President Trump,” Rep. Jim Banks told CNN. “I got the sense they speak often and maintain the same personal friendship and relationship now that they have for four years.”

“Banks said a group from his Republican Study Committee convened with Pence in the Washington region at the fellow Indianan’s transition office,” the Epoch Times reported. “They discussed the way forward for the GOP while also speaking about what the party accomplished in the past.”

The biggest revelation from the meeting, as related by Banks? Pence is looking to remain engaged in politics to defend the Trump-Pence legacy.


House Democrats have made it clear to President Joe Biden that they don’t trust him having sole authority over America’s nuclear arsenal.

In the letter to Biden signed by Rep. Jimmy Panetta and Rep. Ted Lieu of California, the House Democrats request that Biden give up his exclusive control of the “nuclear football.” They were joined by “nearly three dozen House Democrats.”


Barack Obama blamed “the politics of White resistance and resentment” as the reason that he never pushed the issue of reparations, despite his stated belief in them. The accusation comes by way of a brand-new podcast with Bruce Springsteen, he-of-the-hardscrabble-everyman-Jeep-ad at the Super Bowl.

Long after the president’s two terms in office has concluded, the divisive rhetoric of the Obama years continues.


Donald Trump has been invited to speak at CPAC, the annual gathering of conservatives at the Conservative Political Action Conference.

Liz Cheney, who voted for Donald Trump’s impeachment, has feelings about that.


Biden officials, including former Secretary of State and current “climate envoy” John Kerry, subverted then-President Trump’s foreign policy by holding secret “back channel” meetings with aspiring nuclear power and state sponsor of terrorism Iran.

The Washington Times reported Sunday on the seditious double-dealing…


White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki had another rough go of it with Fox News reporter Peter Doocy. On Tuesday, Doocy tried to pin her down on the Biden administration’s continuation of the juvenile immigrant detention program formerly named as “kids in cages.”

“This is not kids being kept in cages,” Psaki exploded. “This is kids, this is a facility that was opened, that’s going to follow the same standards as other HHS facilities, It is not a replication, certainly not, that’s never our intention of replicating the immigration policies of the past administration, but we are in a circumstance where we are not going to expel unaccompanied minors at the border, that would be inhumane. That is not what we are going to do here as an administration.”

Now, when Doocy circles back to the question at today’s press conference, you can see Psaki instantly wince upon hearing the same line-of-questioning.


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