Russian Ally warns of Upcoming European "Cleanse"
Uniic Media Newsletter - Wednesday - July 6, 2022
Testimony from Graham, Giuliani, and others Demanded from Georgia Grand Jury
The prosecutor in charge of investigating Donald Trump’s efforts to overturn the election after his 2020 loss has set out testimonies from names such as Rudy Giuliani and Lindsey Graham.
Fani Willis, the Fulton Country District Attorney, petitioned the judge overseeing the panel issue certificates determining the Trump allies as material witnesses to the investigation. Other names mentioned were John Eastman, Cleta Mitchell, Kenneth Chesebro, Jenna Ellis, and Jacki Deason.
Democrat Nominee Josh Shapiro gets the Support of Nine Republican leaders in the race for Governor (PA)
Democratic Pennsylvania Governor nominee Josh Shapiro has received endorsements from nine Republican leaders across the state of Pennsylvania. The Republicans turned the cheek to Senator Doug Mastriano stating he is an “extreme candidate who would undermine democracy.”
Despite winning the May 17th primary, Mastriano’s relationship with his fellow GOP members has been tarnished. During his primary campaign, he witnessed a lot of the Republican leadership concerned at his very far-right tactics which were predicted to turn moderate voters to Shapiro come November.
Alexander Lukashenko Hints that a European “Cleanse” is coming via Putin
“The time has come for forgetful Europe to give itself a moral cleansing,” Lukashenko said, according to BelTA. Lukashenko mentioned that efforts to fight Nazis from World War II, or what Russia calls the “Great Patriotic War,” are not over yet.
It is “a war to destroy the Slavic ethnos, cultures and entire nations. Today we often say that this war is not over yet. It is not over yet because not everyone who was involved in the monstrous facts of that war… has been punished. That war is not over yet because once again, as at the frontline, we are defending our historical memory,” Lukashenko concluded.
Mortgage Rates Drop but Mortgage Demands Follow
Mortgage rates have shed 10bps last week and in the last two weeks have shed a combined 24bps. Mortgage demand followed the downtrend as seen in the drop of 5.4% in demand from last week, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.
The average contract interest rate for 30-year fixed mortgages with loan balances (conforming) fell to 5.74% from 5.84% but points increased to 0.65 from 0.64.
Boris Johnson on the Defense for his Political Survival
The United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson has recently been under a lot of heat. He barely won his primary vote and to be frank, he is on the brink of a political funeral. Yesterday, Boris was blindsided by the resignations of two of his most high-profile, most powerful ministers as well as losing out on other top officials due to scandals.
Rishi Sunak, the British Finance Minister, resigned yesterday saying that the government should “run properly, competently and seriously.” Sajid Javid, the U.K.’s Health Secretary also resigned in a form of protest against Boris Johnson’s recent derailing.