WaPo and CNN: Biden's destruction of private property rights is illegal but hey, we like it

Aug 4th

Before diving into what are potentially the worst examples of jOuRnAliSm of all time, can we acknowledge that if Trump were still president, WaPo and CNN would be telling us today why his choice of a green tie is a threat to democracy?

Instead, this is the garbage stuff we're now getting only 6 months into the rule of Supreme Leader Joe:

Like... WHAT??

Again, let's flip the script:

  • "Trump's novel evictions defense: Maybe it's illegal, but it's worth it"
  • "President Trump shows he's ready to make drastic moves in the Covid-19 fight – even if he's not sure they're legal"

How could you possibly have any doubt that the media isn't shilling out propaganda to cover blatant abuses of power?

I'm not even going to get into the articles themselves, because the headlines are so egregious to the principles of a free and objective press that they deserve nothing but contempt and scorn.

The basic news is this: the Biden admin, through the CDC, is preventing all private landlords from evicting tenants who aren't paying rent (AKA squatting illegally). They are making this order in the name of Covid, but it's really all about "equity" and the destruction of private property.

The new rule, which extends a previous provision used during the pandemic, also comes with new fines: up to $100k and a year in jail if eviction "doesn't result in death" and up to $250k fine and a year in jail "if evicted person dies."

What does that even mean??? An eviction that "results in death"??

It's okay, though: the Biden admin says their own lawyers have given them the thumbs up, so nothing to see here!

Can someone remind me why a government agency responsible for fighting infectious disease is issuing rules on private property in the first place?

Oh, right: p̶u̶b̶l̶i̶c̶ ̶h̶e̶a̶l̶t̶h̶ communism.

Don't listen to an illegal action taken by the executive branch that has no backing from the legislature and has expressly been rejected as unconstitutional by the judiciary. It is, quite specifically, what the Founding Fathers were so very afraid of.

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