The Patriot Post® · Friday Executive News Summary
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Biden shipping pallets of baby formula … to the border: One of the more urgent crises affecting Americans across the country has been the sudden lack of baby formula in stores. Thanks, President Brandon. As sources for procuring baby formula have dried up, some Americans, especially mothers with infants, have been panicking. To make matters worse, the Biden administration is focused on helping migrants who broke our laws by illegally crossing our southern border. “Biden is sending pallets of baby formula to the border,” observed Republican Representative Kat Cammack. “Meanwhile, store shelves across America are empty and moms are being told they don’t know when more is coming in. Welcome to Biden’s America where American moms and dads are last.” It is, she concluded, “another example of an America last agenda.”
The groomers at Disney and Fisher-Price: Actress Zara Phythian, who was most recently featured in the Disney-produced Marvel film “Dr. Strange,” and her husband, Vitor Marke, were found guilty on all counts in a British court of having sex with a 13-year-old girl. No wonder execs at Disney are panicked about bills that impose on their ability to groom children. Speaking of grooming children, Fisher-Price recently released a toy series for children that is a collection of “Little People” dolls based on the gender-bending TV show “RuPaul’s Drag Race.” Make no mistake: The Rainbow Mafia is grooming kids.
J6 subpoenas: Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s politically motivated January 6 Committee took yet another highly provocative and nearly unprecedented step on Thursday, issuing subpoenas to a group of sitting Republican representatives — House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (CA), Jim Jordan (OH), Mo Brooks (AL), Andy Biggs (AZ), and Scott Perry (PA). The committee claims the Republicans “have information relevant to our investigation.” Due to the purely partisan nature of the J6 Committee, Republicans have good reason for refusing to cooperate. Pelosi broke House protocols when she refused to allow McCarthy to pick Republican members (like Jordan) to sit on the committee, and McCarthy argues that it’s not “a legitimate investigation” but rather is “acting like the Democrat Congressional Campaign Committee one day and the DOJ the next.” Perry further blasted the “illegitimate body” for having “leaked their latest charade to the media ahead of contacting targeted Members.” This, he said, “is proof positive once again that this political witch hunt is about fabricating headlines and distracting the Americans from their abysmal record of running America into the ground.”
Republicans say they have proof FBI targeted concerned parents, despite Merrick Garland denials (Daily Caller)
U.S. passes one million COVID deaths despite Biden’s promise to “shut down the virus” (PJ Media)
Vast majority of Americans say SCOTUS home protests are “unacceptable” (Daily Caller)
Wholesale inflation rose 11% in April as producer prices keep accelerating (CNBC)
Inflation gave most Americans a 2.6% wage cut in April (Fox Business)
Senate confirms Jerome Powell for second term as Fed chief (The Hill)
Elon Musk puts Twitter takeover on hold amid fake account questions (Daily Wire)
Florida to teach students about evils of communism (Daily Signal)
Netflix fires major warning shot at its woke employees with new “culture memo” (Daily Wire)
Republican-led Louisiana House fails to pass bill abolishing abortion (Daily Wire)
“Queer Your Classroom”: Teachers trained on injecting gender ideology into science, math class (Breitbart)
“Gender transition closets” may be coming to a school near you (Townhall)
Calvin Klein includes “pregnant man” in ad campaign (Daily Wire)
Policy: The worst possible timing for an infrastructure spending spree (National Review)
Humor: Introvert decides to finally tell husband of 10 years he’s been mispronouncing her name (Babylon Bee)
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