According to the DOJ, Donald Trump "Likely Concealed and Removed" Documents from Storage in an "Effort to Obstruct" FBI Investigations
Uniic Media Newsletter - Wednesday - August 31, 2022
Documents found at Mar-a-Lago “Likely Concealed and Removed” in order to “Obstruct” FBI Investigation, according to the DOJ
According to a court filing provided by the DOJ last night, the classified documents seized at Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home were “likely concealed and removed from storage as part of an effort to obstruct the FBI’s investigation into Donald Trump.” Furthermore, the DOJ reports that there have been over 300 papers (classified documents) now recovered from the estate.
The filing specifically outlines the attempt Donald Trump may have taken to conceal classified documents in an attempt to avoid an FBI investigation. The new details come as Donald Trump has added another obstacle to the mix by suggesting he gets a “special master” to review the documents. The DOJ added to its filing that Donald Trump has been pushing an “incomplete and inaccurate narrative.”
Nancy Pelosi’s Actions must be “Dispelled” in order for China to continue Climate Change Dialogue
The resumption of climate talks between the United States and China comes down to a Chinese request that Nancy Pelosi’s “Negative Influence” be “Dispelled” by the United States due to her visit to Taiwan. Her visit ultimately led to China dropping out of bilateral cooperation with the United States in more than one area. However, one of those areas included climate talks.
John Kerry, the former Secretary of State and current member of Biden’s administration said that he is “hopeful” that China and the United States could “get back together” as he urged Xi Jinping, the President of China, to get back to talks on climate change saying his “suspension of bilateral climate talks punished the entire world.”
Aspen Pharmacare signs a Deal with the Serum Institute of India to Manufacture Vaccines
Aspen Pharmacare, a pharmaceutical company out of South Africa, has signed a deal with an Indian manufacturer, Serum Institute, in order to manufacture and sell four Aspen vaccines to Africa. The vaccines will include polyvalent meningococcal, rotavirus, pneumococcal, and hexavalent.
Both sides may discuss furthering the agreement to include new products in the future. Aspen said, "Aspen SA Operations has secured a license to the enabling know-how from the Serum Institute.”
New JOLTS Data indicates an Unexpected Rise in Open Jobs
A newly released JOLTS report for the month of July indicated an unexpected rise in the number of open jobs in the United States economy. The figures add a continued easing in the labor market with the need for workers remaining steady. Thomas Barkin, Richmond’s Fed President, said that the data shows why the economic conversation is no longer focused as much on the recession as it once was. He said, “The job market is still very tight.”
Moderation in the number of Americans quitting work has been easing in recent months, according to the JOLTS data. However, “quiet quitting” remains to be a trending topic even as data shows quitting in the workplace is leveling out.
Life Expectancy in the United States Drops Again
In 2021, life expectancy fell for the second year in a row. In the year 2019, somebody born in the United States was expected to live to 80 years of age. In 2020 that figure dropped to 77, with many people indicating it was the work of the Covid pandemic. In 2021, the life expectancy fell to 76.1 years. Some Americans have experienced a life expectancy much lower, according to the CDC.
Dr. Steven Woolf, a professor of Population Health and Health Equity at Virginia Commonwealth University, said, "The results of this study are very disturbing. This shows that U.S. life expectancy in 2021 was even lower than in 2020.”