AoSHQ The Morning Report
November 30, 2021
The Arizona Cardinals star hails from Waukesha, where six people have now died and about 50 more were injured, when Darrell Brooks drove his SUV through a large crowd at the town’s annual Christmas parade.In Other News
The horrific rampage likely hits close to home for Watt, who was born in the city of 70,000 and played football just north of town at Pewaukee High School.
Gas prices are soaring, inflation is raging, the economy is sputtering, and Joe Biden continues to push for policies that inflict pain on the country.Related: Psaki claims Biden's agenda is still popular despite his plummeting approval rating
Why? Stephen L. Miller of the Spectator believes it’s because Joe Biden and his White House handlers always planned on Biden being a placeholder president — someone who would be a cat’s paw for the radical left and initiate the kind of “transformational” effort to remake the country.
Biden has consistently — and vigorously — denied he’s not planning to run for a second term. He insists that while he hasn’t made up his mind, he has every intention of running for re-election in 2024.
There are many things that can happen between now and primary season to change that. Otherwise, why are two of the major contenders to replace him — Vice President Kamala Harris and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg — already throwing daggers at one another in anticipation of an open field in 2024?