( – President Joe Biden took an extremely hard fall at Air Force Academy commencement ceremony today turning in another shaky public performance as the 2024 election heats up.

Biden fell on stage after congratulating graduates of the Air Force Academy in Colorado causing the crowd to gasp loudly. Biden is 80 and is the oldest-ever president.

He is seeking a second term in next year’s election. Biden would be 86 if he completes a second four-year term.

The White House did not immediately comment on Biden’s health status but a pool reporter claimed later that he “appears to be ok.”

Biden said earlier during his remarks:

“Graduates, you made a noble choice to lead a life of service. 

“Now you also shoulder a great privilege and a mighty responsibility. 

“Leadership, yeah leadership.

“In the years ahead, your airmen and guardians are going to look to you for guidance and inspiration because the world is going to get more confusing.

“They’ll put their trust in you. 

“You, in turn, must strive to always be worthy of their confidence.”

( – House Speaker Kevin McCarthy is once again warning FBI Director Christopher Wray he will be hit with a charge of contempt of Congress for failing to turn over a subpoenaed document regarding a probe into President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden.

During his appearance on “Fox & Friends” on Tuesday, McCarthy was engaged in a conversation about the ongoing debt ceiling negotiations when the discussion then shifted to an upcoming meeting between Wray and House Oversight Chairman James Comer.

Their meeting follows Comer’s allegations that the FBI has been uncooperative in complying with a subpoena requesting internal documents pertaining to the Biden family’s business interactions with foreign entities.

Comer has said he’ll hold Wray in contempt if his agency fails to turn over the requested document, and McCarthy reiterated that threat during the interview, saying he had spoken to Wray and instructed him to turn over the document by day’s end.

“Today is the deadline. So let me not just tell you, let me tell Director Christopher Wray right here, right now. If he misses the deadline today, I’m prepared to move contempt charges in Congress against him. We have jurisdiction over this. He can send us that document,” McCarthy said.

“We have the right to look at that, Republicans and Democrats alike in that committee, and if he does not follow through with the law, we will move contempt charges against Christopher Wray and the FBI. They are not above the law,” he added.

The FBI has claimed that releasing the document could expose a confidential source and endanger other investigations.

According to remarks from other Republicans, there are allegations that the internal unclassified FD-1023 form at the center of the controversy contains information outlining an alleged “arrangement” involving the exchange of money in return for policy decisions.

In a letter addressed to Wray last week, Comer stated that he is taking steps to narrow the scope of the subpoena for the document. As part of this effort, he has included two additional terms, namely “June 30, 2020” and “five million,” which may be referenced in the record.

“The FBI’s refusal to produce this single document is obstructionist,” Comer’s letter noted.

In a statement to the Daily Mail, the FBI relied on a claim of national security that critics find dubious.

The FBI’s mission is to protect the American people. Releasing confidential source information could potentially jeopardize investigations and put lives at risk,” the bureau’s statement said. “The FBI remains committed to cooperating with Congress’s oversight requests on this matter and others as we always have.”

Staffers for the Oversight Committee who are working on the “influence-peddling” investigation met with FBI officials on Monday, but they refused to provide the subpoenaed document.

( – Since Title 42’s expiration last week, multiple states have responded to Texas’ request for assistance by sending military and law enforcement troops to the southern border to deal with the crisis.

In response to the “unwillingness of the Biden Administration to put public safety over politics,” Republican Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves announced that his state would send Guardsmen. 

It seems like every state feels as if they are a border state.

The 1,500 active-duty troops the Biden administration sent to the border before Title 42 expired were focused on paperwork; the Guardsmen will be deterrent-oriented.

Multiple news outlets are reporting that on Tuesday, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis indicated he would send National Guard and law enforcement forces to Texas to assist with border security.

Reports say that in addition to the 800 members of the Florida National Guard, Governor Rick Scott is also sending 200 members of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and 101 highway patrol officers. The plan also includes ten ships and five planes with fixed wings.

The announcement by DeSantis comes on the same day that Texas Governor Greg Abbott wrote to his other governors requesting their help in securing the border now that Title 42, the health legislation instituted during the pandemic, has expired. This approach allowed federal border officials to return illegal immigrants to Mexico swiftly. Late Thursday, the arrangement passed, prompting Abbott to warn other governors about an impending influx of migrants.

Abbott said that Texas is hardly the only state affected by illegal border crossings that the Biden Administration is inviting.  Abbott said the Governors must work together to address Biden’s crisis and provide the peace of mind that all Americans deserve.

According to Abbott, the Emergency Management Assistance Compact allows for such cooperation between governments during calamity.

( – Lunden Roberts, the mother of a child with first son Hunter Biden, wants him put in jail over disobeying court orders in a child support case.

Lawyers for Roberts filed the motion Thursday in the Arkansas court over the legal battle.

“She seeks civil contempt of incarceration until such time as the defendant fully answers discovery and to be paid for her attorney’s fees and costs, which are paid from her child support payments and thereby a loss to the child in this case,” Roberts’s lawyers said in the court filing.

“Specifically, the plaintiff seeks $20,000 to compensate for the discovery goose chases, hounding of the defendant, and need to constantly seek the court’s intervention,” the filing continued.

“[P]laying games with discovery is a hallmark Biden litigation tactic,” Roberts’ lawyers wrote.

“Mr. Biden does not want to disclose his income and assets, says that he is somewhat financially destitute, while he lives on a mountain overlooking the Pacific Ocean in Malibu, has Secret Service protection, and enjoys his time abroad,” the lawyers added.

Hunter has claimed that he is not a privileged member of the president’s family. However, earlier this year he traveled to Ireland on Air Force One with his father, staying at the same hotel as his father President Joe Biden.

Hunter has so far failed to provide the details related to the child custody case. The blocked information has delayed the case, with lawyers now seeking jail time for the first son in response.

The case is among multiple investigations related to Hunter. He is also the focus of an investigation by the GOP-led House Oversight Committee.

The challenge by Roberts is a bold one, and may finally force Hunter to turn over financial details that could be important for his custody battle and other investigations.

( – Numerous polls show the majority of Americans are concerned about the decline of President Biden’s mental acuity and health.

If there is any lingering doubt, Biden appears to have forgotten the truth about what happened to his late son Beau Biden.

During a trip to Japan, Biden falsely claimed that his son died in Iraq during the war. In reality, Beau passed away at a hospital in Maryland due to brain cancer.

“My son was a major in the U.S. Army. We lost him in Iraq,” Biden said.

Biden spread the lie while speaking to U.S. Marines at the Marine Corps Air Station in Iwakuni, Japan.

Beau Biden was in the U.S. Army and briefly stationed in Iraq for roughly one year between 2008 and 2009.

However, Beau didn’t pass away until six years later at age 46.

“How could he possibly forget that his son died in the United States and not on the battlefields of Iraq?” one person asked.

On May 30, 2015, Beau died at Walter Reed Military Hospital in Bethesda, Maryland.

While Beau’s service and sacrifices as part of the U.S. military should undoubtedly be recognized and appreciated by all Americans, it’s patently false for President Biden to promote the claim that Beau was “lost in Iraq.”

The more obvious explanation for Biden’s gaffe is that he’s either lying or his cognitive decline has worsened.

“If Biden genuinely cannot remember where this rather pivotal moment in his life took place, that should be very worrying to the American people, as it brings his ability to do his job in serious doubt,” political commentator Peter Partoll said.

Recent polls have shown that a majority of Americans have concerns about President Biden’s mental health. A Washington Post-ABC News poll conducted in May 2023 found that 62% of Americans believe that Biden’s mental fitness is a real concern about his ability to be president.

This is up from 54% in March 2022 and 40% in May 2020.

The poll also found that a majority of Americans (54%) believe that Biden is not in good enough physical health to serve as president. This is up from 46% in March 2022 and 33% in May 2020. These polls suggest that a majority of Americans are concerned about Biden’s mental and physical health.

Despite this serious concern, Biden’s doctor has somehow declared him to be “healthy, vigorous, and fit to successfully execute the duties of the Presidency.” Many people have questioned the doctor’s assessment.

Ultimately, Biden has remained in office until there is action on the part of Congress or if the American people decide he’s unfit for office during the next election cycle.

( – On Friday, Vice President Kamala Harris broke her silence on the repeal of Title 42.

A day after Title 42, the public health decree instituted during the coronavirus pandemic to prevent possibly infected asylum-seekers from entering the nation expired, Harris attended a fundraiser event for the Democratic Party of Georgia in Atlanta.

The Georgia GOP called it “deplorable” when they heard that the Vice President was going to an Atlanta fundraiser while the border was bursting with illegals and the nation was experiencing out-of-control inflation.

Harris, the Border Czar, blithely said at the fundraiser that she heard everything was “going rather smoothly,” choosing to ignore the chaos.

She also casually passed the buck, saying the obligation for addressing the immigration crisis, however, “falls squarely within the United States Congress.”

Harris’s sudden shift in rhetoric to blame Congress for the border situation is reminiscent of the one taken by Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas last week. 

In March of 2021, President Biden tasked Vice President Harris with handling the issue of mass migration. Since she took on this role, CBP reports that border contacts have reached record highs, peaking at over 250,000 in December 2022 alone.

Once detention centers reached total capacity, the Biden administration intended to release migrants without court dates. However, a federal judge in Florida stopped this strategy from being implemented.

Two weeks ago, Judge T. Kent Wetherell II blocked a policy of the Biden administration that would have allowed migrants to be released on “parole with conditions.”

This week, a Border Patrol document detailed a new policy allowing overcrowded Customs and Border Protection (CBP) facilities to release migrants for “urgent humanitarian reasons or significant public benefit.” 

The policy, which requires migrants to schedule an appointment with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) or obtain a Notice to Appear by mail, is described as “parole with conditions” in the memo.

( – Georgia Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene has introduced Articles of Impeachment against President Joe Biden.

She made the announcement at a press conference on Thursday where she said, as Democrats did when they introduced Articles of Impeachment against former President Donald Trump, that she did so with “solemnity.”

“It is with the highest amount of solemnity that I announce my intention to introduce articles of impeachment today on the head of this America-last executive branch, that has been working since Jan. 20, 2021, to systematically destroy this country, the president of the United States, Joseph Robinette Biden,” she said.

This story is still developing, but these are not the only Articles of Impeachment filed by Rep. Greene this week.

Greene took many by surprise on Tuesday when she introduced articles of impeachment against a witness testifying before a House committee she sits on.

The Georgia Republican shredded U.S. Attorney Matthew Graves of the D.C. District, who has been overseeing the prosecutions — and confinement — of January 6 suspects during a House Oversight Committee hearing.

Specifically, Greene blasted Graves for allegedly failing to pursue charges for existing federal laws while focusing on prosecuting people accused of merely trespassing in the U.S. Capitol Building the day of the riot, the Western Journal noted.

The congresswoman additionally asserted that Graves has not taken action to prosecute individuals who committed crimes during the 2020 Black Lives Matter riots in the city. And she further referenced several instances in which the U.S. attorney’s office in D.C. refused to effectively pursue violent criminals.

MTG also noted that Graves has the “unique ability to prosecute both local and federal cases.”

“However, Mr. Graves, your office has declined to prosecute 67 percent of those arrested in 2022,” Greene said.

“Instead, you are solely focused on prosecuting Jan. 6 cases from one single day in our history,” she noted further, adding that rates for murders, sexual abuse, and property crimes have shot up dramatically in the nation’s capital in the past couple of years.

“Just yesterday morning, a little innocent 12-year-old girl was shot while sleeping in her own bed by another rampant, violent criminal who has probably been previously arrested and not prosecuted,” she said before wondering aloud if the federal prosecutor believes that city residents are more concerned about “catching a stray bullet” or “a grandma walking through the Capitol more than two years ago.”

“You have already abused your position by maliciously prosecuting at least 1,000 people from Jan. 6, but you recently announced that you’re going to arrest about 1,000 more,” she said.

Greene pointed out specific cases in which individuals who participated in the January 6th rally faced intense prosecution from Graves’ office. She highlighted the tragic outcome of Matthew Perna, who tragically took his own life while encountering the aggressive legal actions taken against him, the Western Journal noted furhter.

“Matthew Lawrence Perna died on February 25, 2022 of a broken heart,” his family said in an obituary. “His community (which he loved), his country, and the justice system killed his spirit and his zest for life.”

Greene noted: “The time for weaponizing the Department of Justice needs to come to an end.”

“Because you refuse to prosecute real criminals that are violating all the crimes here in Washington, D.C. … I am introducing articles of impeachment on you, Mr. Graves,” she said before then yielding back the remainder of her time.

( – The Washington Post editorial board has blasted President Biden over his lack of press conferences. In an op-ed titled “Biden no longer does press conferences. That’s not acceptable,” the board proceeds to point out that in 2023 Biden has not had a single solo news conference. They further add that he has had two joint news conferences during meetings with foreign leaders.

In the op-ed, the board proceeds to criticize Biden for avoiding reporters and for not interacting with the media as much as previous presidents had. In fact, they point out that in the last century, there were only two Presidents who had fewer news conferences than Biden, and those were Presidents Richard M. Nixon and Ronald Reagan.

The board also aired out their grievances about Biden’s behavior when he does appear before the press, pointing out that much like he did on Monday when he appeared along with Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, he usually walks off and does not respond to any of the questions that the press has.

The White House however has repeatedly claimed that this is not the case and that the President will often address questions from the media in informal settings. This was also something that Biden himself joked about during the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner when he stated that “This dinner sums up my first two years in office. I’ll talk for 10 minutes, take zero questions and cheerfully walk away.”

In the op-ed, the board argues that the White House had previously promised transparency but instead, they are shutting out the press. They add that for Biden, giving more press conferences could help increase the percentage of Americans who believe that can still complete his job as the President.

( – Former President Donald Trump recently spoke out about the mental health crisis in America.

During his town hall on CNN, Trump told moderator Kaitlan Collins that the United States doesn’t need to focus on gun control, but instead needs a strong focus on mental health and hardening schools.

The CNN moderator asked Trump if there were “any new gun restrictions” he would sign into law if he is President again in 2024.

Trump said, “I would do numerous things, for instance, schools, we would very much harden. And also … I believe in teachers. I love teachers. I think they’re incredible and they love the children, not quite like the parents, but in many cases, almost as much. Many of these teachers are soldiers, ex-soldiers, ex-policeman, they are people that really understand weapons.”

Trump said that having just five percent of the teachers armed “would be more than you could ever have if you were going to hire security guards.”

Trump did say, however, that adding security guards in addition to arming teachers would be part of his approach to hardening schools and also, “hardening your entrances.”

Trump added, “And you can make other places safe, but it is a big mental health problem in this country more than anything else.”

He then explained why his focus would not be on new restrictions. Trump said that there are hundreds of millions of guns in this country and that many Americans, “if they don’t have a gun, they’re not going to be very safe.”

“On April 14, 2023, President Trump told the NRA Leadership Forum that he would sign legislation as president to institute national reciprocity for concealed carry permit holders. This would mean a concealed carry license from one state would be recognized by the 49 other states, just like a driver’s license or marriage license,” reported Breitbart.

Trump has also pledged a tax credit for teachers who train to be armed.

( – Texas Gov. Greg Abbott just dumped another busload of illegals at Vice President Kamala Harris’ house on Thursday morning.

More than 30 immigrants were on the bus, many of them from Venezuela.

Gary Grumbach of NBC News posted footage of, reportedly, illegals getting off the bus in front of Harris’ home, which is in Washington, D.C.

The bus was loaded with men, women and children who, upon delivery, were met by SAMU First Response and Mutual Aid volunteers.

The immigrants were then loaded onto another charter bus before being transported to a “place of refuge,” according to NBC News.

Washington hasn’t received a bus from Texas in months.

No doubt, the gift was a reminder to the vice president that whatever happens to the border towns when Title 42 expires, D.C. will feel, too.

According to a Wednesday tweet from the governor, Texas has bused more than 17,000 migrants to “sanctuary cities.”

Cities such as D.C., New York, Chicago and Philadelphia.

“The reason we are busing these migrants across the country, is because small little towns on the border, like Del Rio and Eagle Pass, they have no capacity to deal with the number of people coming across the border.

“And we have to relieve the congestion in those small communities and bus them to larger communities — by the way, communities that are sanctuary cities,” Abbott said in a Fox News interview featured in his tweet.

The sad truth is, no matter how many buses Texas sends to D.C., it will be nothing compared to the strain Brownsville, El Paso and other Texas border towns are already experiencing.