DML News Morning Briefing, Dec 26th

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Dennis Michael
By Ryan Lynch

Today is December 26. 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.Woke Las Vegas bail fund backed by Richard Branson, John Legend and Danny Glover closes after being sued for freeing serial criminal who tried to murder Asian waiter six days later
DailyMailThe Bail Project – whose backers include Richard Branson, Danny Glover and John Legend – announced it was disbanding its Las Vegas chapter earlier this month over the case of Rashawn Gaston-Anderson, 24.

He was arrested in November 2021 for burglary and theft but was released by The Bail Project after they paid his $3,000 bail.

Less than one week after he was released, Gaston-Anderson went into a restaurant and opened fire on an Asian waiter named Chengyan Wang, shooting him 11 times and almost killing him.

Wang survived, and is now suing The Bail Project over the incident.

Ryan Lynch: The fact we have leftist elites running woke bail companies is insane. Do these individuals even know what kind of criminals they are putting out on bail? It’s simple, leave these criminals in jail, so they are off the streets while they await their trial.

2.Taiwan reports China’s largest incursion yet to air defence zone
ReutersSeventy-one Chinese air force aircraft including fighter jets and drones entered Taiwan’s air defence identification zone in the past 24 hours, the island’s government said on Monday, the largest reported incursion to date.

Of the aircraft, 43 also crossed the Taiwan Strait’s median line, an unofficial buffer between the two sides that lies within the defence zone, Taiwan’s Defence Ministry said in a report, as Beijing continues military activities close to the Chinese-claimed island.

China, which claims Taiwan as its own territory, said it had conducted “strike drills” in the sea and airspace around Taiwan on Sunday in response to what it said was provocation from the democratically governed island and the United States.

Ryan Lynch: At some point, China will go after Taiwan.

3.South Korea fires warning shots, scrambles aircraft after North Korean drones cross border
FoxNewsThe South Korean military fired warning shots and scrambled aircraft after North Korean drones entered its airspace for the first time in five years on Monday, the Associated Press reported. This comes days after the North test-launched two ballistic missiles.

South Korea’s Defense Ministry said several North Korean drones were detected in its territory after crossing the inter-Korean border on Monday morning, prompting broadcast warnings from the South’s military. South Korea’s Yonhap News Agency reported the drones were spotted flying in Gimpo, Ganghwa Island and Paju, which led to temporary suspensions of civilian flights.

A KA-1 light attack aircraft was also deployed in the response, but it crashed in Hoengseong County, about 140 kilometers east of Seoul, at 11:39 a.m., according to the Yonhap News Agency. Both of the pilots escaped safely.

Ryan Lynch: I don’t think it is coincidental that North Korea is sending drones into South Korea right when China is probing the Taiwan military. North Korea hasn’t operated against South Korea in over five years.

4.Massachusetts man, son of famous American painter, convicted on four charges in Jan. 6 protests
FoxNewsThe son of a well-known American painter was convicted Friday for his role in the Jan. 6, 2021, protests at the Capitol in Washington, D.C., the Associated Press reported.

Vincent Gillespie, 61, was found guilty of the following four charges: assaulting, resisting, or impeding officers, civil disorder, engaging in physical violence in a restricted building or grounds, and an act of physical violence in the Capitol grounds or buildings.

The Athol, Mass. native was interviewed by the AP during the attacks that day and the video was used as evidence in the trial against him. In the video, a flushed Gillespie is seen outside the Capitol speaking defiantly about his role in the attacks. He also expressed disappointment that more like-minded individuals didn’t show up to the Capitol.

Ryan Lynch: Vincent Gillespie may be in the wrong, but countless individuals face the exact charges despite never committing the crimes they are being charged for on January 6th.

5.China’s COVID cases overwhelm hospitals
Reuters In more than three decades of emergency medicine, Beijing-based doctor Howard Bernstein said, he has never seen anything like this.

Patients are arriving at his hospital in ever-increasing numbers; almost all are elderly and many are very unwell with COVID and pneumonia symptoms, he said.

Bernstein’s account reflects similar testimony from medical staff across China who are scrambling to cope after China’s abrupt U-turn on its previously strict COVID policies this month was followed by a nationwide wave of infections.

Ryan Lynch: Keeping everyone locked up and separated is a temporary solution. The disease needs to run through the population, which is happening in China as they recently lifted their zero covid policy. The problem is China destroyed their citizens’ immune systems by letting their lockdowns go on for so long.

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