Wednesday Executive News Summary
Dems prevail in Georgia, AGs unveil anti-Biden initiative, Tulsi Gabbard blasts her party, and more.
“Governor” Stacey Abrams brags about lack of signature verification (PJ Media)
Is Joe Manchin America’s most powerful senator? What really happens with 50-50 Senate tie (Independent)
Republican AGs unveil new initiative to undercut Biden-Harris agenda (Washington Times)
- A record 33% in annual Gallup poll have no confidence in mass media (Just the News)
Iran claims it’s installing 1,000 centrifuges after announcing expanded uranium enrichment (Examiner)
Trump bars U.S. transactions with eight Chinese apps including Alipay (Reuters)
Business & Economy
- Saudi Arabia announces oil cut of one million barrel per day (CNBC)
Around the Nation
No Kenosha officers to face charges in Jacob Blake shooting (Fox News)
Kyle Rittenhouse pleads not guilty to Kenosha shooting charges (National Review)
Ohio governor signs gun rights bill eliminating duty to retreat (AP)
Massachusetts to ban sale of new gas-powered vehicles by 2035 (PCMag)
California requires insurers to pay for breast mutilation for gender-confused teens (PJ Media)
We’re Shocked — Shocked!
- China delays entry of WHO team investigating origins of COVID-19, even though it pledged not to find a guilty party (Bloomberg)
Policy: Communist China is preparing to eat Joe Biden’s lunch (Newsweek)
Policy: The cultural contradictions of American education (National Affairs)
Humor: Kamala Harris recalls how as a little girl she helped slaves escape on the undewgwound wailwoad (Babylon Bee)
Related humor: “Iwwegal dwugs!” Kamala Harris recalls busting people for pot possession as a child (Babylon Bee)
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