Now for the real news, Hunter Biden dodges federal gun and tax charges, sparking conservative outcry. The Department of Justice’s decision to grant Hunter preferential treatment has been met with disdain from the Right, who call it a prime example of double standards. Attorney General Merrick Garland’s refusal to hold Hunter accountable, despite extensive evidence, further fuels their anger. Garland simply referred inquiries to the U.S. Attorney on the case. The Federal District of Delaware’s investigation into Hunter alleges failed tax payments and lying on a federal firearm application. Prominent Republicans, including Trump, DeSantis, and Larry Elder, criticize Hunter’s “sweetheart deal” for perpetuating a “two-tiered system of justice.” They demand transparency and accountability from the DOJ, as well as equal treatment without bias. That’s all I’ve got. Get the rest, tap the link in our bio.
Now for the real news: Elie Mystal, The Nation’s Justice correspondent and MSNBC pundit, faced criticism for suggesting Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito “see the Titanic” after reports of a missing tourist submersible running out of oxygen. Ted Cruz called the comment “outrageous,” and many others questioned MSNBC’s journalistic integrity for allowing such rhetoric from contributors. The situation highlights the left’s obsession with undermining the Supreme Court and the Constitution, with previous attacks against Justices Kavanaugh and attempts to pack the court. Supporters of Alito emphasize his dedication to upholding the rule of law and call for Americans to reject the hateful rhetoric from far-left individuals. MSNBC has not yet commented on the issue. In conclusion, that’s all I’ve got. Get the rest, tap the link in our bio.
Now for the real news, South Florida faces a severe problem with invasive giant African land snails, leading to a quarantine order in Broward County’s Miramar community. These snails threaten Florida’s $8 billion agriculture industry, consuming over 500 different plants and chewing through materials like stucco, plastic, and street signs. They also carry parasitic rat lungworm, causing meningitis and significant health risks to humans. The Florida Department of Agriculture is implementing an eradication plan using snail bait and a plant-safe pesticide. Compliance with the quarantine order is crucial for preventing further spread of these snails. It remains unclear how they arrived in Florida, though the pet trade may be responsible. This dangerous invasion puts Florida’s agriculture, infrastructure, and human health at risk. That’s all I’ve got. Get the rest, tap the link in our bio.
Now for the real news: the United States Department of Agriculture approved California companies Good Meat and Upside Foods for commercial sale of lab-grown chicken. The US is the second country to authorize such sales, following Singapore. However, two undisclosed proprietary ingredients raise concerns. Furthermore, high production costs may limit lab-grown meat’s supermarket presence. Environmental sustainability is also debated; a May study found lab-grown meat potentially worse for the environment than conventional meat. Yet, the companies argue their products offer an eco-friendly alternative to traditional meat production, which contributes to deforestation and wildlife endangerment. The chicken, produced by incubating animal cells in steel tanks, costs more than $20 per pound. Two restaurants–San Francisco’s Bar Crenn and a Washington D.C. eatery–partnered with the companies to serve lab-grown food. That’s all I’ve got. Get the rest, tap the link in our bio.
Now for the real news, President Biden recently slammed Chinese leader Xi Jinping as a “dictator,” a surprising reversal after years of claiming a close relationship with him. The remark came during a fundraiser event amid controversy surrounding a Chinese surveillance balloon entering U.S. airspace. Critics question why Biden didn’t act sooner if aware of the balloon’s spying equipment. Biden’s comments have sparked outrage and raised questions about his true stance on China, while the Chinese Foreign Ministry called his remarks “absurd and irresponsible.” Biden’s sudden shift in tone comes as Xi Jinping faces international criticism for his oppressive regime and human rights violations, particularly against Uyghurs and other ethnic minorities. With ongoing geopolitical tensions, it remains unclear how Biden’s comment will affect U.S.-China relations. That’s all I’ve got. Get the rest, tap the link in our bio.
Now for the real news: President Biden’s remark about needing an F-16 to stand against the government has conservatives concerned and questioning his commitment to the Second Amendment. Biden’s stance on gun control and recent revelations about his son Hunter’s illegal gun possession cast doubt on the President’s credibility. The rhetoric surrounding individual liberties and public safety intensifies, sparking heated debates. Critics argue that the core principles of the Second Amendment are at risk. As the issue maintains its prominence in national conversation, conservatives continue to scrutinize Biden’s true intentions. That’s all I’ve got. Get the rest, tap the link in our bio.