What vile admission did the White House press secretary just make?

President Joe Biden’s administration just publicly admitted to the fact that they are policing Facebook, “flagging problematic posts.”

Yesterday, the White House press secretary said that officials were collaborating with the big tech tyrants to manage “misinformation” on the internet.

The briefing provides further evidence that conservative voices are being silenced, and differing opinions are censored. 

Virus information is of particular interest to the government, as they want to ensure they have total spin control over the vaccine and pandemic narratives. 

“This includes claims such as: [the virus] is man-made or manufactured, vaccines are not effective at preventing the disease they are meant to protect against, it’s safer to get the disease than to get the vaccine, vaccines are toxic, dangerous or cause autism,” officials said. 

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One rafter is dead, another rescued, after a flash flood in the Grand Canyon river

Arizona has been barraged by storms this week, with one such tempest causing a flash flood in a Grand Canyon river. A group of about 30 rafters saw their camp, and two travelers washed away on Wednesday evening. 

Of the two who went missing, one was found dead in the frigid water, while the other person was alive at the abandoned campsite. 

“Our hearts [are] broken that people on the trip lost somebody, people at home lost somebody,” said the executive director of the Grand Canyon River Outfitters Association. “That matters more than anything else.”

Seven more people on the trip were airlifted for medical attention, although the nature of their injuries was unclear. 

What else do we know about the flash flood right now, and how does it compare to the other crazy weather in the region right now?

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What are the most important market happenings right now?

Stock futures saw slight gains this morning as the first week of second-quarter earnings reports neared a close.

Futures contracts tied to the Dow Jones Industrial Average increased 0.13%, while S&P 500 futures climbed 0.16%, and Nasdaq-100 futures rose 0.2%.

Bank of America, Boeing, and shares of airlines, casinos, and energy names performed well during the premarket.

This morning, investors will also receive the retail sales report for June. Despite a relatively positive week of corporate earnings reports, the market remained muted.

Some believe the extra-hot inflation report could be at least partly responsible for the reaction. 

“I’m not saying that this is a one-month phenomenon,” said Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen yesterday. “But I think over the medium term, we’ll see inflation decline back toward normal levels. But, of course, we have to keep a careful eye on it.”

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A Wisconsin man is accused of killing and dismembering his father

The Wisconsin man who initially reported his parents missing just over a week ago is now behind bars, with his bond set at $1 million, authorities say.

Police accuse 23-year-old Chandler Halderson of killing and dismembering his father, lying to the cops, and hiding the body. His mother remains missing. 

“At this moment we are optimistic that [Chandler’s mother] Krista is still alive and well and we will let the evidence from our investigation tell us otherwise,” the sheriff said yesterday. 

The remains of Chandler Halderson’s father, Bart, were found the day after the couple was reported missing. Officials say that Chandler lied about where his parents were, telling authorities that they had been at a lakeside cabin over the July 4th holiday, and claiming that they hadn’t yet returned. 

“Halderson reported that his parents, Krista and Bart Halderson, were picked up by an unknown acquaintance in the early hours of July 1, 2021, to travel to the family’s cabin in White Lake, Wisconsin,” a document said.

That statement continued: “Halderson reported that his mother Krista had sent him a text message on July 4, 2021, stating that they had arrived and were in White Lake, and were planning on attending a parade that day. Investigation revealed that [there] was no parade and that Krista and Bart Halderson did not travel to their cabin in White Lake.” 

What else do know about this active investigation?

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The Florida governor is making money off of how much everyone hates Dr. Anthony Fauci

If you were looking to take your distaste for Dr. Anthony Fauci to the next level, then you are in luck.

The governor of the sunshine state recently added some pretty hilarious items to his campaign store — merchandise that pokes fun at the so-called infectious disease expert and the disastrous rules he implemented over the course of the pandemic.

In the store, you’ll find items that say things like “Don’t Fauci My Florida,” “Keep Florida Free,” and (perhaps my favorite), a drink koozie with a slogan that reads: “How the hell am I going to be able to drink a beer with a mask on?”

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has seen his popularity soar over his handling of the pandemic in his state. He never closed the beaches or implemented sweeping mask mandates, and he lifted restrictions in May. 

Earlier this week, he told reporters that the upcoming school year would be “normal,” and would not expect mask mandates. 

“No mandates for anything,” he said. “I think it’s very unfair for some of the youngest kids who are the least susceptible, least likely to spread it, that they have the mitigation imposed on them more severely than a lot of adults do.” 

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How this man survives a tiger attack that killed his friends in India

Three young men were riding a motorcycle through the forests of northern India when they crashed their bike and were attacked by wild tigers, officials say. 

Only one person, 23-year-old Vikas Kumar, survived the tragic incident because his hard helmet surprised the beast that attempted to eat him. Apparently, the trio spotted two tigers alongside the road, and the 22-year-old driver panicked, leading to the wreck. 

Vikas Kumar climbed up a tree, as did 35-year-old Kandhai Lal, but Kandhai was pulled down by a tiger. 

“I could hear his screams for a few seconds and then it stopped. [The driver] Sonu [Kumar] was killed in front of me. I was extremely scared but gathered courage to jump onto another tree later. I didn’t move one bit, closed my eyes and started praying. I knew that if the tigers found my location they would kill me for sure. They are known to climb trees.” 

He continued: “…The tigers will always live in my head. I will hear them growl for the rest of my years on this Earth.”

How did he manage to get back to safety and survive? 

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This is when the central bank will change its easy monetary policy

When it comes to the central bank’s accommodating monetary policy, investors can rest easy. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said yesterday that officials are looking for “substantial further progress” on the economic recovery front before they stop their extensive bond-buying program. They will also keep rates near zero as they wait for that improvement. 

He maintained his stance that the inflation surge is temporary, and he noted that much of the increase can be attributed to the used-car industry. 

“It’s all kind of the same story,” he said in his testimony before the House Financial Services Committee. “It’s a shortage of semiconductors. There’s also very high demand for various reasons.”

He continued: “It’s just a perfect storm of high demand and low supply and it should pass. Unless we think there’s gonna be a multi-year, many-year shortage of used cars in the United States, we should look at this as temporary. We very much think that is.”

He is slated to testify today before a Senate committee.

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Chinese parents are reunited with their son 24 years after he was abducted

A 51-year-old man and his wife finally got to embrace their 26-year-old son after more than two decades of searching for him. Guo Xinzhen was only two-and-a-half years old when he was abducted by a woman and her boyfriend, who turned around and sold him to a couple who lived in Central China.

That couple has so far admitted to trafficking three boys, and could potentially face the death penalty for their crime. 

Guo Xinzhen’s father had made it his life’s work to find his son, traversing the country by motorcycle and working alongside police to reunite children with their parents. He evidently “wore out” 10 different bikes in this effort. 

“Thank you for participating in anti-trafficking activities for 24 years and helping more than 100 children return home,” officials said in response to his efforts. 

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In a recent episode of her podcast, the conservative journalist Megyn Kelly said that she believed that corporate media made the Jan. 6 riots out to be way worse than they really were. She suggested that the media ran with the behavior of a few bad apples instead of reporting the event for what it really was. 

“We’ve all seen the video of people screaming in the face of cops, being totally disparaging, and defecating on the floor of the U.S. Capitol. And lawmakers were understandably afraid, not like [Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez saying] ‘I need therapy for the rest of my life’ afraid, but I could understand it, and I didn’t like seeing it at all.”

She continued: “But that doesn’t mean that’s what the entire crowd was there for. So they got tarred by the actions of some losers who went a different way.”

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7 people are dead and 11 more are missing after a ferry sinks near Bali

Seven people are dead, and 11 more are missing in the choppy waters near Indonesia's Bali, authorities say.
Image Source: The Jakarta Post

Seven people are dead, and 11 more are missing in the choppy waters near Indonesia’s Bali, authorities say. 

A ferry, known as KMP Yunice, sank late last night about 30 minutes away from East Java’s Ketapang port. Of the 57 people aboard the vessel, 39 have been rescued so far, and authorities were continuing their search efforts early this morning. 

Officials were employing two tug boats and two inflatable boats as they navigated waves up to 13 feet high, said Bali Search and Rescue Agency chief Gede Darmada. 

Most of the people who had been rescued were unconscious when they were plucked from the turbulent water. 

What else do we know right now? What might have caused the incident, and how does this compare to previous tragedies?

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How does Warren Buffett feel about the economic impact of the pandemic?

Warren Buffett at the Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting
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In a recent interview, 90-year-old investing icon Warren Buffett shared his thoughts on the economic fallout of the pandemic, which, he says, is uneven and far from complete. 

“The economic impact has been this extremely uneven thing where… many hundreds of thousands or millions of small businesses have been hurt in a terrible way, but most of the big companies have overwhelmingly done fine,” he said. 

He and Charlie Munger, the vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, spoke together for a CNBC special, called A Wealth of Wisdom

“It’s not over,” the Hathaway CEO continued. “I mean, in terms of the unpredictability… it’s been very unpredictable, but it’s worked out better than people anticipated for most people and most businesses. And it’s just, for not fault of their own, it’s just decimated all kinds of people and their hopes.” 

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