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Today is June 7. Below are some of the stories grabbing headlines this morning. I hope you share this briefing as doing so will make you the smartest person in the room.
1.CDC advises travelers to wear MASKS to protect against monkeypox as it raises alert level and confirms 31 cases in the US
DailyMail – The CDC is advising travelers to wear masks as it confirms there are now 31 cases of monkeypox in 13 states in the United States.
Monkeypox is now found in 27 countries worldwide, and the threat level on Monday rose to two out of three – ‘practice enhanced precautions’.
Level one is ‘practice usual precautions’; level three is classed as ‘avoid non-essential travel’.
DML: The CDC will stop at nothing to get your to wear a mask. On a complete side note and unrelated to monkeypox, I wonder what the CDC would say about the email I received last night because Lord knows I have many more like it. I received an email from a DML CBD customer named Karen. I thought her story was very interesting. Also, today is the last day for the BOGO (buy one get one free) special at DMLcbd.com/power for the Power+ tincture that I take religiously every day, and it appears Karen did to. Read what she claims, it is very interesting.
2.Tech companies urge U.S. to let the kids of visa holders stay past the age of 21
CNBC – A coalition of tech companies including Amazon, Google, Salesforce and Uber are urging the Department of Homeland Security to revise policies for children of high-skilled visa holders, many of whom work for their businesses, so they can stay past the age of 21 without a green card.
In a letter to DHS Sec. Alejandro Mayorkas made public on Tuesday, the companies asked that the Biden administration “establish more robust aging out policies.” They point to the more than 200,000 children who have grown up in the U.S. while their parents held visas, including the high-skilled H1-B visa that’s particularly common in the tech industry. Once those children turn 21, they must apply for a green card, a process that can drag on and even force some to leave in the interim.
These companies are also encouraging Congress to pass the bipartisan America’s Children Act to create a pathway to citizenship for so-called ‘documented Dreamers’ in this situation.
DML: This is total bullsh*t. Send these folks home and hire Americans for the jobs. Stop giving away our citizenship like it’s some two-bit mailer that includes a free coupon for a get rich quick scheme. I am so tired of how this country allows people to flow in without issue, stay without issue, suck off the system while you and I are asked to pay for everything.
3. Gas prices climb 5 cents overnight
Fox News – Gas prices are still on the rise and could soon reach $5 per gallon, a figure that has forced some Americans to rethink their leisure travel.
The national average gas price climbed five cents Monday night into Tuesday and 10 cents since Saturday, now hitting a record $4.92 per gallon, according to the American Automobile Association.
Americans are paying $1.87 more than they were just a year ago, when the price was $3.05, per the AAA.
DML: Biden’s presidency continues to get worse, and there’s still a ton of room downward. Any person who voted for this guy should be charged double for gas and food to lesson the pain for the 74 million of us who would never commit such a stupid sin.
4.Illegal immigrant acquitted in Kate Steinle’s 2015 shooting death gets time served for federal weapons charges
Jose Inez Garcia-Zarate, an illegal immigrant who was acquitted of murder in the 2015 shooting death of Kate Steinle, was sentenced to the seven years he has already spent behind bars on Monday after pleading guilty to federal weapons charges earlier this year.
The 51-year-old Mexican national will now be transported to Texas to face charges for failing to report his location to immigration officials in a separate case.
Kathryn “Kate” Steinle, 32, was walking with her father and a family friend on a San Francisco pier in July 2015 when she was struck in the back by a bullet and killed.
Garcia-Zarate, who had been deported from the U.S. five times, acknowledged holding the gun that killed Steinle but said it accidentally fired when he picked it up from underneath a bench. The gun had been stolen from a Bureau of Land Management ranger’s car about a week before the shooting.
DML: The scumbag should have gotten the gas chamber, not a slap on the wrist. And the government officials that ran California at the time should all be put in jail as coconspirators.
5. Florida accused on issuing false numbers related to COVID cases and deaths
Tampa Bay Times -Florida’s COVID-19 data was so inaccurate, incomplete and delayed during the first months of the pandemic that government officials and the public may not have had necessary information to determine the effectiveness of the state’s COVID-19 precautions and the best plan to fight the virus, according to a state report released Monday.
Covering the state’s pandemic response from March to October 2020, the year-long analysis by the State Auditor General found missing case and death data, unreported demographic details, and incomplete contact tracing as the virus spread across the state. In addition, the report concluded that state health officials did not perform routine checks on the data to ensure accuracy and did not follow up on discrepancies.
DML: I bet my pinky toe that someone with credibility would prove the data was flawed, just like the CDC’s data. Everyone got the reporting wrong at the get go, but make no mistake that DeSantis was the first and best governor in the nation when it came to keeping his state from dying an economic death, keeping kids in school, and not falling for the sky-is-falling narrative published by the media, Fauci, Gates, and the DC machine. This new revelation about Florida and 2020 is nothing but an attempt by the local media to tarnish DeSantis, and I am here to tell you it ain’t going to work. DeSantis was super fast in getting people monoclonal antibodies, which was a game changer for the better. He will be reelected easily.