It's rather recent, but Biden decided to remove the statue of Winston Chruchill's statue that was given to the US as a gift from the UK. I am curious how the people feel about it (and Churchill in general) since from a foreign policy perspective it feels like a bad decision as it alienates NATO members.
The bust was first removed when Obama took office back in 2009. Then Trump put it back. Now Biden has also removed it.
A Canadian Q-person posted this on twitter a day ago. They claim that Joe Biden's Oval Office seen in all the press photos is actually something like a movie set and is not in the real White House. This ties into the nonsense that Donald Trump is apparently acting as Shadow President and still controls everything, because he struck a deal with the Deep State and Biden or something.
I decided to go full "let's enhance it" on this bullshit and debunk it using... tree branches.
Yes, I'm serious.
In some images from Donald Trump's Oval Office you can see some tree branches outside in the windows in the background. I decided to use one of the Trump images the canadian used as a reference. I then went and searched for any new Biden oval office images to see if the same tree branches appeared in the windows behind him.
Sure enough, they did. Here are my results.
It's clear that Biden is indeed sitting in the real Oval Office. I'm sure if any Q person saw this post they would move the goalposts and say that the tree has been green screened in or something, but... At that point it's just best to not even bother with them.
I might do something like this again sometime. It was fun.
There was much praise by progressives when it was revealed that Biden put a bust of Cesar Chavez in the Oval Office. Most probably had little knowledge of him and those who decided to put a bust of him in the Oval Office probably didn't know much more either. America doesn't have that many famous Latino political or social figures so I assume they just picked him to score some woke points. Turns out he was an old school union guy who wanted to purge America of illegals and stronger border enforcement.
>Chavez "seized on immigrants as the latest explanation for why the union could not win a strike," Pawel writes.
>With the help of UFW co-founder Dolores Huerta, Chavez launched the "Illegals Campaign," which he believed was nearly as important as the boycott. He criticized President Nixon and the Border Patrol for letting in so many "wets," as he called them.
>Under the campaign, he turned the UFW into an anti-illegal-immigrant spying organization. Union volunteers became dedicated to finding and identifying undocumented immigrants working on farms -- as well as those giving them aid and comfort. The information was turned over to the feds.
>Chavez believed that the campaign would help his supporters explain to the public why the boycott against grapes and lettuce wasn't effective: Farmers were hiring illegal workers who didn't care about the strikes or boycott.
>A favorite line of Chavez's was, "If we can get the illegals out of California, we will win the strike overnight."