Morning Greatness: Twelve Cities Set Murder Records for 2021

Good Thursday morning.

Here is what’s on 46 agenda today:

  • 8am: The President delivers opening remarks at the virtual Summit for Democracy
  • 8:15am: The President hosts the Leaders’ Plenary Session at the virtual Summit for Democracy
  • 10am: The President, The First Lady, The Vice President, and The Second Gentleman attend a Congressional tribute ceremony for Senator Robert J. Dole; The President delivers remarks
  • 12:30pm: The President holds a call with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine to discuss Russia’s military build-up on Ukraine’s borders
  • 1:45pm: The President holds a call with the leaders of the Bucharest Nine group of our eastern flank NATO Allies to brief them on his call with President Vladimir Putin of Russia, hear their perspectives on the current security situation, and underscore the United States’ commitment to Transatlantic security
  • 3:30pm: The President and The Vice President meet with members of the White House COVID-19 Response Team on the latest developments related to the Omicron variant
  • Two minutes of hate:

Welcome to Murderville, USA. Twelve cities have already set records for the number of murders in 2021 and the year isn’t even over yet. What is going on here?

“Nobody’s getting arrested anymore,” Robert Boyce, retired chief of detectives for the New York Police Department said. “People are getting picked up for gun possession and they’re just let out over and over again.” Note: the most vicious anti-gun cities are not prosecuting gun violence. Chew on that.

ABC News reports: “The FBI crime data shows that the number of arrests nationwide plummeted 24% in 2020, from the more than 10 million arrests made in 2019. The number of 2020 arrests — 7.63 million — is the lowest in 25 years, according to the data. FBI crime data is not yet available for 2021.”

Social justice racketeers have pressured cities to cut their police forces. Soros prosecutors are declining to charge criminals for their crimes. Bail has been abolished in some places and violent criminals go free before their trial to continue their crime sprees. Police are retiring and getting out of the business and the ones who remain are terrified to the point that they do not engage with perpetrators lest they become the next internet video star. Many of these SJW politicians have historically complained there there are too many criminals in jail and advocated accordingly. Now we have fewer criminals in jail and more criminals walking the streets. Victory?

Get away from these cities and go live somewhere that has not abolished law and order.

On Wednesday the Senate voted to repeal the Biden Administration’s vaccine mandate for private businesses with over 100 employees. The vote was 52 to 48 with two Democrats, Manchin and Tester, crossing party lines to vote with the GOP. The House will almost certainly not take up the bill and the Biden Administration has said it will not sign the bill even if it passes the House.

“We certainly hope the Senate, Congress will stand up to the anti-vaccine and testing crowd. We’re going to continue to work to implement these,” Psaki said. “If it comes to the president’s desk, he will veto it.”

Finally, a new study has been published online that found the covid-19 virus attacks fat cells. The study has not yet been peer reviewed.

Though these patients often have health conditions like diabetes that compound their risk, scientists have become increasingly convinced that their vulnerability has something to do with obesity itself.

Now researchers have found that the coronavirus infects both fat cells and certain immune cells within body fat, prompting a damaging defensive response in the body.

It sounds like people should be encouraged to lose weight as most Americans are overweight and 42 percent are obese. I bet we won’t here any more about this study.

 

46:
Senate votes to repeal Biden’s vaccine mandate
Biden executive order nudges US toward ‘net-zero emissions’ by 2050
Biden says he will make sure Americans aren’t ‘gouged for gas’
Congress Requires Biden Admin To Disclose How Iran Sanctions Relief Could Fund Terrorism
House passes bill blocking imports of products produced by forced labor in China’s Xinjiang region
Ukrainian military report says Russia boosted troops to 120,000 near border

Civil unrest:
Mark Meadows sues House January 6 committee to block subpoenas
Michigan man charged in assault on officers in Capitol riot
Pence does not commit to cooperating with Jan. 6th congressional committee
Instagram (still) has a big problem with Nazis and white supremacists
A dozen US cities set annual murder records with three weeks left in 2021
Teen accused of sexually assaulting 87-year-old woman outside Waukesha library
Black couple sues appraiser for valuing home at $500,000 more when ‘whitewashed’
Massachusetts school offers ‘safe space’ for ‘students of color’ after Rittenhouse, Arbery verdicts
Co-chair of Texas school board’s racial-equity panel quits after confrontation with parents
California police department under state investigation for alleged racist texts and excessive force
Father, son arrested in wildfire that threatened Lake Tahoe

Coronavirus news:
New COVID-19 antibody drug OK’d to protect most vulnerable
NYC correction officers sue over de Blasio’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate, work conditions
Fauci Recommends Asking Family Members For Vaccine Proof Before Holiday Celebrations
Los Angeles Unified School District Fires 400+ Employees Who Haven’t Been Vaccinated
The Coronavirus Attacks Fat Tissue, Scientists Find
Former Trump FDA commissioner says yearly COVID-19 boosters may be needed
COVID cases top 100k per day despite US hitting 200M vaccine milestone

Other morsels:
Canada joins US and allies in Beijing Olympics boycott
North Carolina Supreme Court delays primaries over redistricting lawsuits
Federal judge grants Project Veritas’ request for third party to review James O’Keefe’s phones seized by FBI
Spanberger stranded as Virginia nears new congressional map
Crypto CEOs to Congress: We want regulation, our way
Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments On Religious Discrimination Regarding School Choice
POLL: 71% Of Young Democrats Say They Wouldn’t Date Republicans, Nearly 40% Say No To Friend Zone

And that’s all I’ve got, now go beat back the angry mob!

About Liz Sheld

Liz Sheld is the senior news editor at American Greatness. She is a veteran political strategist and pollster who has worked on campaigns and public interest affairs. Liz has written at Breitbart and The Federalist, as well as at PJ Media, where she wrote "The Morning Briefing." In her spare time, she shoots sporting clays and watches documentaries.

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