Today’s podcast reels in disbelief at the liberal disingenuousness in claiming the Right has violated norms in relation to Supreme Court nominations when the norm violators are…liberals. And then we tackle the ludicrous lengths to which liberal media bias is working to defend Joe Biden even when he might need no defense. Give a listen.

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  1. Jeff Hawkins Coolidge
    Jeff Hawkins

    Noah’s exactly right re: coverage.  Benghazi was an obvious lie, the administration went out there and lied.  The media then went after people who called them liars

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  2. Joe D. Lincoln
    Joe D.

    “A black justice swearing in a female justice, and the only people who are unhappy about are Democrats” – well that’s because it must be some sort of dog whistle …

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  3. rdowhower Inactive

    “… even when he might need no defense.”  Right, because the TDS Never-Trumpers will explain the story away anyway once again doing the work of the liberal media for them.  Not sure who is more ludicrous at this point.

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  4. The Cloaked Gaijin Member
    The Cloaked Gaijin

    I think John’s logic is flawed regarding the election decisions as I think the Roberts decision would have allowed Pennsylvania to keep courting votes much longer than three days, if it wanted.  Three days?  I don’t think there is anything written down in their law about three days.  Yeah, it’s a state decision, but it’s a state decision which takes the power away from the people and their elected representatives.

    Ballots without even dated postmarks?  We seem to be encouraging corrupt, freedom-hating Democrat-led states to participate in election fraud to sort enslave the states and people that actually do things fair and correctly.

    People have a right to know that the system is fair and not rigged against them as it is difficult to change the system back when it is rigged against you.

    We have to remember to protect our freedoms and not protect corruption.

    Just because states did corrupt things before the Civil Rights Act of 1964 or similar measures, does not mean that they should be doing corrupt things today.

    However, I will wait to hear what Richard Epstein and John Yoo say about this matter.

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