Monday Executive News Summary
Joe Biden’s Facebook hyperbole, Hunter’s prosecutorial evasion, DACA ruled unlawful, and more.
Top of the Fold
We’re shocked — shocked! Hunter Biden’s prosecutor rejected moves that would have revealed probe earlier in 2020 campaign (Politico)
Government & Politics
Biden administration vows to appeal Friday’s federal ruling rightly deeming DACA unlawful (NPR)
Unity™ continued: BLM nominee Tracy Stone-Manning edited radical ecoterrorist newsletter advocating violence against government officials (Breitbart)
“Four Pinocchios”: Washington Post “fact-checker” shreds Jim Clyburn for claiming Democrats never opposed voter ID laws (Daily Wire)
Non compos mentis: U.S. scientists call for closer research ties with China (Free Beacon)
Patriot missiles shoot down drones in historic first (Washington Times)
OPEC+ agrees to boost oil supply as prices surge (Fox Business)
U.S. retail sales unexpectedly rise 0.6% in June (CNBC)
Around the Nation
“It is time we have an independent investigation”: Georgia House speaker demands probe into Fulton County election irregularities (Just the News)
New poll says majority of Southern Republicans and independents want to secede from the Union, in addition to almost half of Dems on the West Coast (Not the Bee)
Wikipedia cofounder says the platform has been taken over by leftists and can’t be trusted (Not the Bee)
Policy: The rising risk of China’s intellectual-property theft (National Review)
Policy: Busting some student loan myths (RCE)
Humor: Jen Psaki banned from social media for spreading misinformation (Babylon Bee)
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