☆ Aren’t You Always Reminding Us You’re The Working Man’s Best Friend, Joe?
Former Vice President Joe Biden got into a heated and profanity-laced argument with an autoworker Tuesday while touring a factory in Detroit, after the individual accused the Democratic presidential candidate of trying to take away his Second Amendment rights. “You’re full of shit … I support the Second Amendment,” Biden shot back, stressing he’s not going to take guns away.
☆ Meanwhile: Two US Servicemen Killed Yesterday In Iraq
Army Col. Sonny Leggett, spokesman for U.S. forces in Afghanistan, said in a statement that the U.S. is moving ahead with plans to cut the number of forces in the country from about 13,000 to 8,600 over the next four and a half months.
Report: Biden’s Brother Facing Fraud Allegations, Used Family Ties To Advance Personal Business Interests
☆ This Is All Probably Just A Simple Misunderstanding
A new report reveals legal problems and allegations of possible fraud involving former Vice President Joe Biden’s brother James, in the latest instance of the Democratic primary front-runner’s family members’ dealings drawing scrutiny amid his presidential bid.
☆ Expect Extreme Volatility Today In World Markets
Sharp declines in U.S. stock index futures triggered trading curbs meant to slow panicked markets as the price of oil fell by more than 30 percent and bond yields crashed amid heightened worries over the coronavirus.
Dan Crenshaw Calls for Immediate Republican Action at the Federal Level to Stop Climate Change
☆ Dan Also Supports Red Flag Laws
Rep. Dan “McCain 2.0” Crenshaw (R-TX) came out with an op/ed this week in National Review arguing that conservatives need to embrace the reality of climate change and propose a government solution to the supposed problem.
☆ Mitt Running Deep State Cover For Joe & Hunter Biden?
Senator Mitt Romney (R-Utah) on Thursday said that investigating Burisma and former Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter “appears political” and that he had not decided whether to vote in favor of a subpoena related to the investigation.
Primary Results Indicate Republicans Could Flip 6 California Districts
☆ Never Say Never
Republicans could flip six congressional seats in California in November based on primary results. Four additional seats are enough to make GOP candidates competitive. Democrats, on the other hand, don’t seem to have an easy path open to even one seat currently held by a Republican.
☆ Chinese Economy Paralysed By Outbreak, Sharp Contraction Seen In Q1
China’s factories were dealt a devastating blow in February as the coronavirus epidemic triggered the sharpest contraction in activity on record, a private survey showed on Monday, with the health crisis paralysing large parts of the economy. The Caixin/Markit Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) tumbled to 40.3 last month, the lowest level since the survey began in 2004, and down sharply from the 51.1 reading in January as well as the 50-mark that separates growth from contraction.