Day: March 15, 2021

The Washington Post said they won’t fact check Joe Biden

He routinely says things that aren’t true, and someone has to do it. Therefore, The Geller Report will fact check false statements President Biden makes repeatedly.

March 15 –

Joe Biden rooted his candidacy in the promise that America will return to normalcy

This normalcy? “Rachel” Levine, Biden’s assistant secretary of health.

 

 

 

 

 

This one? D.C. treated like the Baghdad Embassy.

 

 

 

 

 

The border crisis? Crossings On Pace to Top Past Three Years COMBINED.

 

 

 

 

 

  • 50 days without a press conference?Biden has already broken an embarrassing milestone: 100 years for not holding a solo press conference. Without being even busy. Even CNN, who is not in the news business but the business of making Biden look good, starts asking questions.
  • Gas up 36 centsGas prices bottomed out at $1.87 a gallon in late April 2020 under President Trump. Since Biden’s inauguration, thanks to his decision to cancel the Keystone XL pipeline, the moratorium on oil and gas leasing on federal lands, oil companies had no choice but to increase their cash reserve and raise price.According to GasBuddy.com: price was $2.41 on Jan. 19 and $2.77 on March 7 — an increase of 36 cents, and it’s not going south any time soon.
  • Then there’s H.R. 1. by which the federal government takes over election laws previously left to the states. No voter ID, same-day voter registration, with no time to verify that the information provided by registrants is accurate, two provisions that will make voter fraud much easier.

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Historic federal tax increases next up for Biden after $1.9 trillion spending bill

by Zachary Halaschak

The Biden administration is reportedly planning what will be the largest hike in federal taxes in nearly three decades, a move that comes on the heels of a behemoth COVID-19 spending package.

On the campaign trail, President Biden laid plans to increase taxes on high-earning individuals and expand the corporate tax rate, plans that were opposed by then-President Donald Trump.

Now that Biden and congressional Democrats passed the $1.9 trillion spending package aimed at providing assistance to those suffering the economic effects of the pandemic, his administration is shifting its focus to revenue-building measures in conjunction with an enormous infrastructure package. It is expected to be even bigger than this month’s spending package and won’t just rely on funding through government debt.

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