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Sheltered Joe Biden is Free to Lie and Buys House Near Ocean

Plus, Best Memes of the Week Below

Sheltered by Media coverage, Joe Biden actually believes–perhaps rightfully–that he can lie about anything he wants and get by with it.

National Daily Black Likely Voter Job Approval For President Trump – October 19-23, 2020 Figures:

Mon 10/19 – 25%
Tue 10/20 – 24%
Wed 10/21 – 31%
Thu 10/22 – 37%
Fri 10/23 – 46%

If the oceans are rising, then why would Joe Biden but his fourth home (yes he has four houses to live in) on Rehoboth Beach, Delaware? How come real estate prices aren’t plummeting along the coast and rising in the interior?

Barack Obama bought a home directly on the water in Martha’s Vineyard.

Why would banks even loan money for mortgages to anyone near the coast? Why would insurance companies insure them?

Biden’s homes.

Several months after Joe’s brother James Biden joined a construction firm as an executive, the firm received a contract worth more than a billion dollars to build houses in Iraq. Joe, as Vice President, oversaw the U.S.-led occupation of that country.

Minnesota has received 1,186,522 absentee ballots for the general election, according to data posted by the Secretary of State’s office. The previous high was 689,722 ballots in the 2016 general election.

So far in the 2020 Georgia general election, 2,331,702 people have voted. At this point in the 2016 general election, that number was 1,066,841.

Speaking of Georgia, this representative actually tweeted this:

This week’s best memes:

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