Morning Greatness: Soros-Funded Climate Brats Throw Tantrum Outside White House

Good Tuesday morning.

Two minutes of hate:

Activists gathered outside the White House Monday night demanding climate change action be included in the controversial “infrastructure bill.” The little brats blocked all the entrances to the White House while throwing their activist tantrum. The street theater was an operation of the Sunrise Movement, a Soros outfit. Some celebrity politicians were there including radical socialists Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D-NY), AOC and Rep. Cori Bush (D-Missouri.)

Biden spinmaster Jen Psaki peddled the fable that the GOP is responsible for “defunding the police.” Ladies and Gentlmen, this is some serious 1984-esque propaganda.

“Well, the president did mention that the American Rescue Plan, the state and local funding, something that was supported by the president, a lot of Democrats who supported and voted for the bill, could help ensure local cops were kept on the beat in communities across the country. As you know, [it] didn’t receive a single Republican vote. That funding has been used to keep cops on the beat,” Psaki said.

Cedric Richmond, another Biden fabulist was spreading the “defunding lie” on a Sunday spin show.

“Let’s talk about who defunded the police. When we were in Congress last year trying to pass a rescue plan — I’m sorry, not the rescue plan but an emergency relief plan for cities that were cash-strapped and laying off police and firefighters — it was the Republicans who objected to it. And in fact, they didn’t get funding until the American Rescue Plan, which our plan allowed state and local governments to replenish their police departments and do the other things that are needed,” Richmond said.

“So look, Republicans are very good at staying on talking points of who says defund the police, but the truth is, they defunded the police, we funded crime intervention, and a whole bunch of other things,” he added.

Speaker of the House Dustbag Pelosi has introduced a resolution to form a select committee to investigate the January 6 riot by QAnonWhiteSupremacistsRacistMAGA soldiers. The Democrats have to take this road for a few reasons, one is to keep attention away from their unpopular radical policies and the other is demonize the GOP so they don’t wipe out the Democrats in 2022. The bonus is that it continues to foment civil discord. CNN reports that “Eight of those members will be appointed by Pelosi, five will be picked in consultation with House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy.” The Hill reports that Pelosi is “‘seriously considering’ including a Republican among her appointments to the new select committee dedicated to investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection.” I can only imagine who the Republican will be. (Liz Cheney)

And finally, California has banned travel to Florida, Arkansas, Montana, North Dakota and West Virginia for anti-LGBTQ laws that are targeting transgender youth. “California must take action to avoid supporting or financing discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people,” Attorney General Rob Bonta said. Twelve other states are already on the list of forbidden travel: Alabama, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee and Texas. The travel ban means that state funds cannot be used for travel to the specified states. Can we vote California out of the United States?

“It’s important for our state to send a strong message,” Assemblymember Evan Low (D-Campbell), chair of the California Legislative LGBTQ Caucus, said on Monday. He said that the list’s expansion also sends a message to state workers that they will not be required to travel to states discriminating against LGBTQ and trans youth, and where “our opponents are motivated by fear and hate.”

Great, no one wants your crazy residents infecting their communities.

46:
How Biden and his team rushed to save him from his infrastructure blunder
Biden won’t attend Tokyo Olympics
Biden will travel to Michigan over July 4th weekend to celebrate progress in Covid-19 fight
Biden to welcome Israeli President Reuven Rivlin to White House
LOL. Biden tells Israeli president ‘Iran will never get a nuclear weapon on my watch’
Psaki says US has ‘solid’ support for Taiwan amid China’s aggressions
Rep. Chip Roy Proposes Investing $5.7 Billion Into ‘Border Wall Fund’
House passes bills to boost science competitiveness with China
Bowman: ‘We Need a Federal Jobs Guarantee’ to Solve Climate, Won’t Vote for Reconciliation Bill if it Doesn’t Meet Climate Goals
Lawsuit: Biden Refusing to Disclose Coronavirus Information on Illegal Aliens Released into U.S.
Groups file federal complaint over conditions at ICE lockup
LOL. Senate Democrat introduces bill to protect journalists from government surveillance

Civil unrest:
What is Critical Race Theory? Washington, DC, Edition
Minnesota governor aims to increase transparency, accountability in police practices
State lawmakers say NYPD beat them with bicycles
Yale Student Government Condemns Israel for ‘Genocide’
NFL Releases Pride Month Video Saying, ‘Football Is Gay’
Connecticut Will Use Unspent COVID Relief Funds To Fight Crime, Gun Violence
Right. ‘Transracial’ British Influencer Has 18 Surgeries, Now Identifies As Korean
Man accused of threatening to blow up McDonald’s over missing dipping sauce
California police chief warns $18 million budget cut leaves the city less safe
LGBTQ community ‘appalled’ after transgender person exposes male genitalia in front of young girls at LA spa
North Carolina drive-by shootings kill girl, 9, injure two others

Coronavirus news:
Delta variant is forcing officials to rethink Covid-19 measures, even for the vaccinated
More than 10 million Australians go under lockdown in fight against Delta variant
LA County ‘strongly recommends’ masks indoors over Delta variant, regardless of vaccination status

Other morsels:
Facebook Prevails In Antitrust Challenges
Trump denounces Barr over election in latest bitter break with a top aide
Former daughter-in-law of Trump Organization officer says she’s prepared to testify to grand jury
Senate committee headed to Georgia for fight over voting rights
Sen. Tom Cotton wants Gwen Berry off US Olympic team over anthem protest
Right. John McAfee died of suicide, autopsy results confirm
The feds had a plan to take on Facebook. A judge just scrambled it.
North Koreans heartbroken over Kim’s ’emaciated looks,’ state TV says
Tucker Carlson Says He Has Confirmed The NSA Is Spying On Him
‘They Leak, They Lie’: Trump Says Opponents Are Committing ‘Prosecutorial Misconduct’ At ‘Levels Rarely Seen Before’
Ban On Goods Made With Forced Labor Slows Clothing Imports
Lawsuit: Silicon Valley Billionaire Recruited Election Officials to Accept Grants from Zuckerberg
Condo owners in Surfside building were facing assessments for $15 million worth of repairs
Gas prices rise again, no sign of letting up this summer

And that’s all I’ve got, now go beat back the angry mob!

 

About Liz Sheld

Liz Sheld is the senior news editor at American Greatness. She is a veteran political strategist and pollster who has worked on campaigns and public interest affairs. Liz has written at Breitbart and The Federalist, as well as at PJ Media, where she wrote "The Morning Briefing." In her spare time, she shoots sporting clays and watches documentaries.

Photo: WASHINGTON, DC - JUNE 28: Rep. Cori Bush (D-MO) (L) and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) rallying hundreds of young climate activists in Lafayette Square on the north side of the White House to demand that U.S. President Joe Biden work to make the Green New Deal into law on June 28, 2021 in Washington, DC. Organized by the Sunrise Movement, the 'No Climate, No Deal' marchers demanded a meeting with Biden to insist on an 'infrastructure package that truly invests in job creation and acts to combat the climate crisis.' (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

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