THE REGIME IS LOWERING AMERICAN PRESTIGE Some Things Are Forgettable - Others Aren't Normally 3rd-World foreign leaders come to the White House with their hand-out begging for billions in aid money and to discuss things like illegal migration but the Regime sent Chameleon Harris to meet these corrupt socialist politicians lowering America's status even further. Sleepy 1% Joe doesn't travel well at 78-years-old, he also has a propensity to forget who's actually the Oval Office occupant calling Chameleon Harris "president" on numerous occasions. While that's a statistical probability she isn't, yet and it's inappropriate to elevate the Vice-Occupant to that status. The Conservative Brief: "While speaking to U.S. troops, Biden forgot to say “at ease” so the troops could sit down after standing to applaud him. “I keep forgetting I’m president,” Biden said. Kamala Harris is also out of the U.S. and has been embarrassing herself on the world stage. (Posted) #alzheimers #dementia #joebiden #kamalaharris #fraud

7Upvotes
thumb_upthumb_downchat_bubble

More from Original Bad Bob

CONVERTING THE MOJAVE DESERT INTO A SOLAR HEAT REFLECTING MIRROR ISN'T THE SOLUTION Being "Green" Means Nature Conservation As we know the desert is teeming with life but it's fragile, the ecosystem doesn't abide human intrusion very well. Even simple plants like the Joshua tree takes a human's lifetime to mature in that harsh climate. Tortoises, birds bats, critters of all sorts are already falling prey to "Green Energy" wind and solar installations however monster solar farms larger than the area of San Francisco in the Mojave would be devastating. Common migrating birds including sparrows, robins, warblers, blackbirds and starlings play a critical role in pollinating flowers, regenerating forests by spreading seeds and eat undesirable bugs. Climate Change wackos take birds for granted but everybody else relies on them for a healthy ecosystem. "Habitat loss" not the corporate sponsored Climate-Change hoax is the top reason for birds disappearing according to a new analysis in the journal 'Science.' Connecting the dots, traditional power is shutting-down in lieu of wind and solar farms that consume vast areas of land while literally killing native species. The white painted blades, the becon lights atop of these monster wind turbines and marker lamps around solar farms actually attract birds, bats - and the insects they eat. Current solar farm bird death numbers are shielded from the public however in 2014 ornithologist Shawn Smallwood testified that one large solar farm alone—the Ivanpah solar panel project in California—likely kills 28,380 birds annually. Meanwhile, we're installing more habitat wrecking solar farms than CCP manufacturers can keep up with. The CCP controls over 80% of the world's solar panel production. We've discussed Chinese manufacturing of silicon-photoelectric and the toxic pollution (Posted) permitted by poorly implemented environmental regulations in China as well as the heavy-metal disposal nightmare for end-users. We'll cover their expanding monopoly and why your utility bills are going to skyrocket like Europes later, today the focus is on nature conservation. Quote: National groups like the Natural Resources Defense Council, the Environmental Defense Fund, and the Sierra Club have joined with the more forward-looking members of the Fortune 500 to push cap-and-trade legislation and other climate-change initiatives and to promote alternative energy....... Now comes the backlash. In December, this coalition found itself outflanked by a small Southern California group called the Wildlands Conservancy that persuaded U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein to introduce legislation banning renewable energy development on more than a million acres of the Mojave — including the land on which PG&E and others had set their sights. While hundreds of thousands of acres remain in the Mojave for potential solar farms, the area targeted by the Feinstein legislation had been particularly valued by developers for its proximity to transmission lines and the huge Southern California market. Full Story: https://e360.yale.edu/features/its_green_against_green_in_mojave_desert_solar_battle #greenenergy #solarenergy #gretathunberg #climatechange #mojavedesert

618 views · Jun 9th

SOME PLACES NEVER CHANGE Cudillero, Asturias, Spain There's simply so much news and gossip to discuss, it's a bit overwhelming. Vaccines, the economy, mass migration, Chameleon Harris, Crackhead Hunter, Creepy Joe and of course Congress' terrible behavior is dominating the news. The fact is I've been discussing the situation with Pancho the Cat and we're going to avoid gossip for conclusion but that doesn't mean we'll ignore trends. Onward: Cudillero is in the Province of Asturias, 'Cudillero' is the Castillian name, in Asturias its called "Cuideiru," Pixueto is locally spoken. Spain has 4-languages and you'll notice that on Highway signs, lots of names that don't resemble a language most will recognize but Spaniards are taught all four dialects and Castillian is spoken nationally. Considering Spain is so dependent on tourism English isn't spoken in many popular areas unlike Poland where you'll get along just fine in any city. Today Cudillero's main source of income is tourism but it's also known for its fishing fleet. Folklore says Cudillero was settled by the Vikings which makes a lot of sense, they also visited Scotland and England but not without conflict, they would have found Northern Spain sparsely populated and easy pickins. #vikings #spain #europe #tourism #seafood

98 views · Jun 9th

CAWDOR CASTLE SCOTLAND 14th Century Fortress I didn't take this particular photograph of the Cawdor Castle (it was sent to us) however it's among Mrs' Scotland favorites. I kept wondering why there's such an urgency to get back to Scotland but finally solved the mystery. You might recognize Graham McTavish and Sam Heughan (who's great in real-life) from Outlander. Graham plays the iconic War Chief Dougal McKenzie and of course Sam plays Jamie Frazier - who our puppy is named after. There's a lot of Celtic influence especially in Galicia, Northern Spain but versions of Bagpipes are played in every Province. I'll bet that's a piece of trivia you didn't expect! Flamenco music indeed - That's for tourists and TV. History: This fortification founded by William the Lion in 1179 was sited to command the ford over the river Nairn near the sea. That castle has since vanished without trace. The family had another residence at Old Calder which, according to the Exchequer accounts, was last repaired in 1398. Again, not much remains of that building apart from faint crop-marks. A new, more efficient site was chosen. The imposing, rectangular tower-house consisted of four storeys and a garret with only one entrance to the outside world. Repaired and enlarged every century since, the Castle as you see it today is a family home like no other. This iconic 14th Century Castle puts 1776 into perspective. #scotland #tourism #outlander #castles #myphoto

98 views · Jun 9th

More from Original Bad Bob

CONVERTING THE MOJAVE DESERT INTO A SOLAR HEAT REFLECTING MIRROR ISN'T THE SOLUTION Being "Green" Means Nature Conservation As we know the desert is teeming with life but it's fragile, the ecosystem doesn't abide human intrusion very well. Even simple plants like the Joshua tree takes a human's lifetime to mature in that harsh climate. Tortoises, birds bats, critters of all sorts are already falling prey to "Green Energy" wind and solar installations however monster solar farms larger than the area of San Francisco in the Mojave would be devastating. Common migrating birds including sparrows, robins, warblers, blackbirds and starlings play a critical role in pollinating flowers, regenerating forests by spreading seeds and eat undesirable bugs. Climate Change wackos take birds for granted but everybody else relies on them for a healthy ecosystem. "Habitat loss" not the corporate sponsored Climate-Change hoax is the top reason for birds disappearing according to a new analysis in the journal 'Science.' Connecting the dots, traditional power is shutting-down in lieu of wind and solar farms that consume vast areas of land while literally killing native species. The white painted blades, the becon lights atop of these monster wind turbines and marker lamps around solar farms actually attract birds, bats - and the insects they eat. Current solar farm bird death numbers are shielded from the public however in 2014 ornithologist Shawn Smallwood testified that one large solar farm alone—the Ivanpah solar panel project in California—likely kills 28,380 birds annually. Meanwhile, we're installing more habitat wrecking solar farms than CCP manufacturers can keep up with. The CCP controls over 80% of the world's solar panel production. We've discussed Chinese manufacturing of silicon-photoelectric and the toxic pollution (Posted) permitted by poorly implemented environmental regulations in China as well as the heavy-metal disposal nightmare for end-users. We'll cover their expanding monopoly and why your utility bills are going to skyrocket like Europes later, today the focus is on nature conservation. Quote: National groups like the Natural Resources Defense Council, the Environmental Defense Fund, and the Sierra Club have joined with the more forward-looking members of the Fortune 500 to push cap-and-trade legislation and other climate-change initiatives and to promote alternative energy....... Now comes the backlash. In December, this coalition found itself outflanked by a small Southern California group called the Wildlands Conservancy that persuaded U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein to introduce legislation banning renewable energy development on more than a million acres of the Mojave — including the land on which PG&E and others had set their sights. While hundreds of thousands of acres remain in the Mojave for potential solar farms, the area targeted by the Feinstein legislation had been particularly valued by developers for its proximity to transmission lines and the huge Southern California market. Full Story: https://e360.yale.edu/features/its_green_against_green_in_mojave_desert_solar_battle #greenenergy #solarenergy #gretathunberg #climatechange #mojavedesert

618 views · Jun 9th

SOME PLACES NEVER CHANGE Cudillero, Asturias, Spain There's simply so much news and gossip to discuss, it's a bit overwhelming. Vaccines, the economy, mass migration, Chameleon Harris, Crackhead Hunter, Creepy Joe and of course Congress' terrible behavior is dominating the news. The fact is I've been discussing the situation with Pancho the Cat and we're going to avoid gossip for conclusion but that doesn't mean we'll ignore trends. Onward: Cudillero is in the Province of Asturias, 'Cudillero' is the Castillian name, in Asturias its called "Cuideiru," Pixueto is locally spoken. Spain has 4-languages and you'll notice that on Highway signs, lots of names that don't resemble a language most will recognize but Spaniards are taught all four dialects and Castillian is spoken nationally. Considering Spain is so dependent on tourism English isn't spoken in many popular areas unlike Poland where you'll get along just fine in any city. Today Cudillero's main source of income is tourism but it's also known for its fishing fleet. Folklore says Cudillero was settled by the Vikings which makes a lot of sense, they also visited Scotland and England but not without conflict, they would have found Northern Spain sparsely populated and easy pickins. #vikings #spain #europe #tourism #seafood

98 views · Jun 9th

CAWDOR CASTLE SCOTLAND 14th Century Fortress I didn't take this particular photograph of the Cawdor Castle (it was sent to us) however it's among Mrs' Scotland favorites. I kept wondering why there's such an urgency to get back to Scotland but finally solved the mystery. You might recognize Graham McTavish and Sam Heughan (who's great in real-life) from Outlander. Graham plays the iconic War Chief Dougal McKenzie and of course Sam plays Jamie Frazier - who our puppy is named after. There's a lot of Celtic influence especially in Galicia, Northern Spain but versions of Bagpipes are played in every Province. I'll bet that's a piece of trivia you didn't expect! Flamenco music indeed - That's for tourists and TV. History: This fortification founded by William the Lion in 1179 was sited to command the ford over the river Nairn near the sea. That castle has since vanished without trace. The family had another residence at Old Calder which, according to the Exchequer accounts, was last repaired in 1398. Again, not much remains of that building apart from faint crop-marks. A new, more efficient site was chosen. The imposing, rectangular tower-house consisted of four storeys and a garret with only one entrance to the outside world. Repaired and enlarged every century since, the Castle as you see it today is a family home like no other. This iconic 14th Century Castle puts 1776 into perspective. #scotland #tourism #outlander #castles #myphoto

98 views · Jun 9th