Just More Of The Same…

Who’s In Charge Of Tweeting?

Yesterday we shared some White House tweets that had to be pulled or were blasted by people like Jeff Bezos.
Well, here’s another example as Abbott Labs tweeted reaction to White House comments on their infant formula business:
At the White House press conference, the Press Secretary mistakenly said that our formulas were tainted and killed two infants. The deaths of these infants are a tragedy.
The facts, however, are critical:
A comprehensive investigation by Abbott, FDA and CDC found no evidence that our formulas caused infant illnesses.
CDC concluded its investigation with no findings of a link between our formulas and infant illnesses. We conduct microbiological testing on products prior to distribution and no Abbott formula distributed to consumers tested positive for Cronobacter or Salmonella.
All retained product tested by Abbott and the FDA during the inspection of the facility came back negative for Cronobacter and/or Salmonella. No Salmonella was found at the Sturgis facility.

Abbott labs basically called out the administration and laid the blame for infant formula crisis at their doorstep.

The MSM Keeps Saying Abortion Will be Illegal

The Democrats and MSM keep saying that abortion will be illegal after the Supreme Court decision. As you know that is not true. The states will decide. Axios produced this state by state graph for their laws currently:

Here’s a statistic that people should know from the CDC.
About 93% of reported abortions in 2019 were performed at or before 13 weeks of pregnancy.
6% were conducted between 14 and 20 weeks.
Only 1% were performed at or after 21 weeks.

What is really going to change? Remember the Mississippi law was 15 weeks.
Aren’t the great majority, as we’ve written, for legal abortion up to a date?
Why can’t people know the facts and our leaders provide a solution? We don’t have leaders today, we have politicians.

One More Chart

Here’s a list of the 19 senators who voted NOT to confirm Jay Powell for a second term. You will see 15 Republicans who voted “no” because they thought he led us to a near recession. There are four Democrats who voted “no” because they thought he spent too little!

HERE’S AN UPDATE ON ELECTION MAPS

The (preliminary) redrawn New York congressional maps released Monday would substantially reduce the number of safe Democratic seats drawn by the state legislature. The final maps are due on Friday, pending public feedback, but the expectation is that the map won’t change significantly.
The map increases the number of competitive districts initially drawn up by the Democrat-controlled state legislature from three to eight. A long way from the one that was drawn to take 4 Republican seats away.
One major district with potential drama is the 12th district in NYC. This could be a doozy.
It is now drawn to include the Upper East Side and Upper West Side of Manhattan. That would place Reps. Jerrold Nadler and Carolyn Maloney, both senior Democrats who chair the Judiciary and Oversight committees respectively, against each other.
Let’s see what happens by week’s end.

Elections Today

Pennsylvania is the big one today. A Democrat Governor and Republican Senate are up. Both are big.
In a 50/50 senate who wins the primary is key, because the question is, can they win in November?
Want a prediction?
I see in the Republican primary that Mehmet Oz wins because he was endorsed by Donald Trump. A key in the Republican primary.
On the Democratic side Lt. Gov. John Fetterman wins despite the stroke he suffered last weekend. He is the most left candidate.
In the contested Republican primary for Governor I see State Sen. Doug Mastriano winning.
If this turns out to be true, it sets up an interesting November, where things could stay the same as today.

In North Carolina the question is can Rep. Madison Cawthorn hold on against eight challengers? That large number helps him as does Donald Trump’s endorsement, reinforced yesterday. Interesting watch tonight.

Have A Great Day.

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