WATCH – Jill Biden : What they’re subjecting Hunter to is severe and ungallant

Jill Biden, America’s First Lady, while in conversation on the renowned news network MSNBC, expressed her sentiments on the harsh criti cism her son, Hunter Biden, is facing in the House of Representatives, citing her disagreement with the manner of the probes.

What they’re subjecting Hunter to is severe and ungallant, she stated with evident soiicitude.

She championed Hunter’s resilience after dealing with a personal battle with substance abu se, affirming her pride in the strength he has shown during his recovery.

Hunter’s journey to rebuild his life from the ruins of addiction is something I deepIy admire and makes me feel proud. As a mother, it pains me to see my son under such scrutiny, a sentiment shared by his children, my grandchildren, confided the First Lady.


This dialogue emerged when MSNBC host Mika Brzezinski raised the issue, which she depicted as an unrelenting fascination with Hunter Biden’s life. The House of Representatives Judiciary and Oversight Committees are currently contempIating a resolution that suggests Hunter Biden should face charges of contempt of Congress.

The conversation took a wider turn when they discussed the current political climate; the First Lady was prompted to share her viewpoint on recent defamatory nicknames/memes thrown at the Biden family, such as referring to them as the ‘Biden Crime Family’ or the infamous ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ jibe.

In response, she didn’t seem rattled but rather amused.

I’m Positive You Will Not Know What This Is

Today’s youth would be completely ignorant of the meaning of a walkman, landline phone, or VHS cassette. Growing up in the era of rapid technological advancement, it has been amazing to witness how everyday household items that have been in use for years can suddenly become outdated.

I’ll admit that I had no idea what the object below was until I saw a photo of it. Beyond that, I had no idea what kind of metal tool it was. Can you identify and recollect this object?

See anything familiar? It’s a vintage oil can opener nozzle! This object appears archaic, yet it is actually rather modern, having been created in the 1980s. The spout portion of the can was used to pour oil back then, and people would use the tool to punch a hole in the top of the can. Despite having a really straightforward design, this thing is quite brilliant.

The 1980s seem like they were only yesterday to me. The 1980s seem like a lifetime ago—more than 40 years ago! Even though these openers aren’t used very often these days, I’ll wager that a lot of folks still keep one hidden in their garage among the equipment. Of course, many collect them, mechanics in particular! Therefore, it might not be a bad idea to pick up one of these cool little devices if you ever find one at an antique store or yard sale.

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