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Biden Says ‘I Like Kids Better Than People’ After Hugging Child Maskless, While Hecklers Nearby Shout ‘F*** Joe Biden’

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Joe Biden’s presidency is no day at the playground. On Friday, however, it actually was.

While in Hartford, Connecticut, the maskless President of the United States was out hugging kids on playgrounds and uttering creepy phrases like, “I like kids better than people.”

“I like kids better than people,” Biden said Friday in Connecticut while nearby protesters shouted, “F–k Joe Biden.”

“A scene emblematic of our times,” a NY Times reporter noted. “As children and teachers waited to welcome Biden at this childcare center in Connecticut, dozens of protesters standing just outside within ear shot screamed ‘F*ck Joe Biden’ and ‘Ban Title 42.’ Title 42 is a COVID-19 policy that expedites the deportatation of people who illegally enter the US.

During Biden’s speech in Hartford, he mentioned telling folks about his preference for children.

“When I talked to all your folks out on the playground, I joked that everybody knows I like kids better than people,” Biden said. “Fortunately they like me. That’s why maybe I like them.”

It isn’t the first time Biden uttered the odd phrase, which is accidentally dehumanizing. If the president didn’t have a track record of publicly fondling children, perhaps it wouldn’t strike people as so bizarre. Biden actually said the phrase in 2015 at a Senate swearing-in ceremony.

This was the same ceremony where he fondled a girl on camera, who later accused him of pinching her nipples. Maria Piacesi was eight when she was with her Uncle Senator Steve Daines and met Biden. In the video, she is clearly groped. You can watch the incident below.

“Did Joe Biden pinch you?” A user by the name of Jonathan Pasetti asked Piacesi. She responded: “Yes.”

Yet, even Biden claims to like children, obviously a bit too much, his regime’s policies needlessly make them miserable. The CDC continues to issue senseless edicts to force children to sit all day in schools with masks on, despite being less at risk from Covid than the seasonal flu or riding a bus. Biden’s maskless hug of a child on the playground just visually underscores how unscientific, erratic and divisive his administration’s draconian policies have become.

In fact, there appears to be only one unifying thing to come out of his already failed presidency: Americans of various political stripes seem to enjoy shouting “F*** Joe Biden” and the veiled “Let’s Go Brandon!”

No wonder Biden prefers children. They are oblivious to his maniacal ravings and disastrous policies.

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Cross River ‘In Pains’ As Former Senate President Joseph Wayas Dies

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Governor Ben Ayade of Cross River State on Thursday in Calabar expressed regret at the death of Second Republic Senate President, Dr Joseph Wayas.

He described the death as “a monumental loss’’ to Cross River in particular and to Nigeria in general.

Wayas died in the early hours of Tuesday at a London hospital at the age of 80 years. He was born on May 21, 1941.

He was Nigeria’s senate president in the Second Republic between 1979 and 1983.

Governor Ayade’s Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Mr Christian Ita, said in a statement that the governor remarked that Wayas left indelible footprints on the sands of time.

“As a state, Cross River is in pains as we mourn the passing of our illustrious son. He was a rare gem. The demise of Dr Wayas is indeed a monumental loss to our dear state and Nigeria.

“As Senate President, Dr Wayas contributed to the deepening of Nigeria’s democratic ethos through his robust and vibrant leadership.

“Since his retirement from active politics, the former senate president had been playing a fatherly and stabilising role in the politics and affairs of our state,’’ the statement read.

Ayade condoled with the Wayas family, assuring that his demise was a collective loss and the pains a shared one.

“We are with you in this moment of grief. We have you in our hearts and prayers,’’ the government assured the deceased family.

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Cross River ‘In Pains’ As Former Senate President Joseph Wayas Dies

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Governor Ben Ayade of Cross River State on Thursday in Calabar expressed regret at the death of Second Republic Senate President, Dr Joseph Wayas.

He described the death as “a monumental loss’’ to Cross River in particular and to Nigeria in general.

Wayas died in the early hours of Tuesday at a London hospital at the age of 80 years. He was born on May 21, 1941.

He was Nigeria’s senate president in the Second Republic between 1979 and 1983.

Governor Ayade’s Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Mr Christian Ita, said in a statement that the governor remarked that Wayas left indelible footprints on the sands of time.

“As a state, Cross River is in pains as we mourn the passing of our illustrious son. He was a rare gem. The demise of Dr Wayas is indeed a monumental loss to our dear state and Nigeria.

“As Senate President, Dr Wayas contributed to the deepening of Nigeria’s democratic ethos through his robust and vibrant leadership.

“Since his retirement from active politics, the former senate president had been playing a fatherly and stabilising role in the politics and affairs of our state,’’ the statement read.

Ayade condoled with the Wayas family, assuring that his demise was a collective loss and the pains a shared one.

“We are with you in this moment of grief. We have you in our hearts and prayers,’’ the government assured the deceased family.

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Xbox Game Pass December Update: New Releases, Perks and Every Game Leaving the Service

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The final batch of Xbox Game Pass additions for 2021 has now been announced, and there are some very enticing releases on the list.

Xbox Game Pass has experienced a ridiculously strong year, with major titles like Forza Horizon 5, Microsoft Flight Simulator, and Game Awards nominee Psychonauts 2 debuting on the service at launch. They’ve also had a few interesting perks scattered throughout 2021, including one that entailed its subscribers to a free Disney Plus trial.

Not content to rest on its laurels, Xbox is planning to end the year on a high note, with December having one of their biggest Game Pass updates yet. The headline attraction is obviously the Halo Infinite campaign, which lands on December 8, but there are a few other highlights as well.

For instance, Aliens: Fireteam Elite will be coming to the service on December 14, just in time for its second season of content. The multiplayer shooter is a great choice for those who want to hang out with their friends during a cooperative gaming session, especially if you all happen to be invested in the Aliens mythology.

On December 14, the new season will launch, bringing an extra “Point Defense” mode, challenge cards, weapons and cosmetics. So, if you haven’t already given it a shot, then now is the best time to (orbital) drop in.

Not to mention, Among Us will also be making its Game Pass debut in December, for both console and PC owners. Again, the social deduction game is another one that’s best enjoyed with friends, which is ideal because you will soon all be able to download it with ease.

December Additions to Xbox Game Pass

Below is a list of every new title that is coming to Xbox Game Pass in December 2021.

December 2

  • Anvil (Console, PC)
  • Archvale (Cloud, Console, PC)
  • Final Fantasy XIII-2 (Console, PC)
  • Lawn Mowing Simulator (Cloud, Console, PC)
  • Rubber Bandits (Cloud, Console, PC)
  • Stardew Valley (Cloud, Console, PC)
  • Warhammer 40K: Battlesector (Cloud, Console, PC)

December 7

  • Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator (Cloud, Console, PC)

December 8

  • Halo Infinite Campaign (Cloud, Console, PC)

December 9

  • One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 (Cloud, Console, PC)

December 14

  • Aliens: Fireteam Elite (Cloud, Console, PC)
  • Among Us (Cloud, Console, PC)

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Perks for December 2021

In addition to the new games, there will also be a few perks for Xbox Game Pass members.

Those with Ultimate tier subscriptions can get 10 percent off the brand-new Age of Empires III “Mexican Civilization” DLC. They will also be entitled to a New Year’s bundle for Dauntless, an Apex Legends RIG weapon charm and a World of Warships holiday expansion.

The most exciting part, however, relates to Halo Infinite. According to the official Xbox Wire post, Game Pass Ultimate members will be getting exclusive content for the blockbuster shooter every month from now on, starting in December.

The first of these perk bundles, which is available to claim from December 8, includes four XP boosts, four Challenge Swap cards and the “Pass Tense” skin for the MA40 Assault Rifle (which cannot be unlocked any other way).

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Games Leaving Xbox Game Pass in December 2021

As is the case with other streaming services like Netflix, content does not always stay on Xbox Game Pass forever.

Sometimes titles (mainly third-party ones) are sadly removed from the platform, meaning that you will have to buy them if you wish to continue playing.

These are the games that are leaving on December 15, 2021:

  • Beholder (Cloud, Console)
  • The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan (Console, PC)
  • Guacamelee! 2 (Cloud, Console, PC)
  • Wilmot’s Warehouse (Cloud, Console, PC)
  • Unto The End (Cloud, Console, PC)
  • Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair (Cloud, Console, PC)
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