Thug Administration: White House Wants Jason Mattera Investigated for Biden Question

“Don’t screw around with me!” barked flustered Vice President Joe Biden during his now-famous encounter with HUMAN EVENTS editor Jason Mattera. It looks like the White House wants to put some muscle behind that threat. The Dear Leaders do not like impertinent questions.

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Biden’s absurd claims about rising rape and murder rates

In the battle over the administration’s jobs bill, Vice President Biden this week has been making the startling case that more people will be murdered or raped if the legislation is not passed.

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Biden’s Whopper in Flint, Mich.

Joe Biden falsely claimed on multiple occasions that the number of reported rapes in Flint, Mich., has skyrocketed since 2008 — providing different accounts at different events that do not square with FBI data. He started at a 152 percent increase, and since then has said rapes in Flint have tripled and even “quadrupled.” But FBI data show the number of rapes in Flint has gone down 11 percent, from 103 in 2008 to 92 in 2010.

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White House backs Biden’s rape, murder remarks

Charge over jobs bill dispute infuriates GOP

The White House on Thursday defended Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s rhetoric that more Americans will be raped and murdered if Republican lawmakers reject part of President Obama’s jobs bill that would pay for more cops on the street.

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Biden’s Scare Tactics

Biden: ‘Don’t screw around with me’

Vice President Joe Biden told a reporter on Wednesday “don’t screw around with me” after he was asked about his comments saying if Republicans fail to pass the jobs plan, the country would see an increase in rapes.

 

 

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All Huffy, Joe Biden Stands By Rape Reference to GOP

Vice President Joe Biden now says he didn’t make a reference to rape, and got testy with HUMAN EVENTS when we asked if he would like to retract his comments that the number of sexual assaults would increase if Republicans don’t sign on to Barack Obama’s latest “jobs” proposal.

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