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Jordan Candler / November 22, 2021

Monday Executive News Summary

Kyle Rittenhouse fallout, Wisconsin Christmas parade attack, Ukraine preps for assault, and more.

Kenosha Verdict

  • Getting it right: Kyle Rittenhouse found not guilty on all counts (Fox News)

  • President Unity™ calls for calm but says verdict leaves him “angry and concerned” (Fox News)

  • Protests erupt from New York to California (Fox News)

  • Siding with anarchy: GoFundMe denied Rittenhouse fundraising while crowdsourcing funds for BLM rioters (The Federalist)


  • At least five killed, dozens injured after SUV plows through crowd at Wisconsin Christmas parade (Fox News)

  • “Clearly a planned event”: Eighty looters simultaneously broke into a Nordstrom near San Francisco (Washington Post)

  • Who’d a thunk it? Male inmate sexually assaulted female after transfer to Washington women’s prison (National Review)

  • Not good: TikTok surges to top app for Gen Z (Daily Wire)


  • We’re shocked — shocked! Deportation orders from immigration judges plummet under Biden (Washington Times)

  • We’re shocked — again! New migrant caravan sets off from southern Mexico border (AP)

  • Ukraine expects new Russian military assault in January or February (National Review)

  • “We’re not as advanced”: Top general admits U.S. trailing China, Russia on hypersonic missiles (Just the News)


  • CDC expands eligibility for COVID booster shots to all U.S. adults (National Review)

  • Thanks, Caption Obvious: Andrew Cuomo misrepresented COVID nursing home toll, committee report says (Fox News)

  • “Trust the experts!” FDA will take 55 years to answer FOIA on COVID vaccine-approval data (National Review)


  • Biden picks Jerome Powell to lead the Fed for a second term (CNBC)

  • Kyle Rittenhouse says he supports BLM (New York Post)

  • Wave of withdrawals, continued: Mississippi and Illinois part ways with National School Boards Association (National Review)

  • Olympic officials: Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai claims she is safe (AP) | Memo to NBA: Women’s tennis prepared to exit China, lose hundreds of millions of dollars over Peng’s situation (National Review)

Closing Arguments

  • Policy: Progressive Social Security reform meets reality (National Review)

  • Policy: The EPA gets recycling all wrong (AEI)

  • Satire: Kyle Rittenhouse, Nick Sandmann agree to share joint custody of CNN (Babylon Bee)

  • Related satire: Prosecutors find mail-in jury votes at 3 a.m.; Rittenhouse now guilty (Babylon Bee)

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