Monday Executive News Summary
Fuel pipeline cyberattack, China’s SARS weaponization, border Dems slam Biden, and more.
Top of the Fold
Chinese military scientists discussed weaponizing SARS coronaviruses in document obtained by the U.S. government (Daily Wire) | House Republicans demand State Department documents probing COVID origin as potential lab leak (The Federalist)
Government & Politics
Friendly fire: Border Democrats slam Biden for failed response to border crisis (Washington Examiner)
Double standards: Biden waives ethics rules for former union bosses who now work in White House (Fox News)
Kevin McCarthy officially endorses Elise Stefanik to replace Liz Cheney (Axios)
Around the Nation
Derek Chauvin and three fellow officers indicted on federal civil rights charges (National Review)
Colorado shooter walks into a party, kills six and himself (Fox News)
Montana governor signs bill banning “transgender” athletes from girls’ sports (Fox News)
Around the World
Calgary police arrest Polish pastor who refused to allow police, health officials to disrupt service (Daily Wire)
Israeli police and Palestinian protesters clash in Jerusalem (Axios)
Death toll soars to 50 in school bombing in Afghan capital (Washington Examiner)
Scottish nationalists vow independence vote after election win (Reuters)
Policy: Four reasons to oppose Biden’s universal preschool plan (FEE)
Policy: Real defense budgets and imaginary worlds (Heritage Foundation)
Humor: Chinese rocket breaks apart revealing inspirational fortune inside (Babylon Bee)
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