Sometimes it's Better to just be Quiet, Lauren Boebert
Uniic Media Newsletter - Tuesday - July 5, 2022
Three Major Drug Distributors win in a Landmark Opioid Lawsuit
A federal judge yesterday ruled in favor of three major U.S. drug distributors in a landmark lawsuit that accused them of causing a health crisis by distributing 81 million pills over eight years in one West Virginia county ravaged by opioid addiction.
The verdict came nearly a year after closing arguments in a bench trial in the lawsuit filed by Cabell County and the city of Huntington against AmerisourceBergen Drug Co., Cardinal Health Inc., and McKesson Corp.
Lauren Boebert forgets Key Facts while making “Deadly” Stupid Remarks
The Republican favorite (sarcastically) in Colorado, Lauren Boebet, took massive advantage of the recent Copenhagen mall shooting as supposed “evidence” that strict gun laws don’t work. Little did she remember to add: that Denmark hasn’t had a mass shooting in seven years, unlike its American counterpart…
The U.S. has had more mass shootings this past weekend.
“There was just a mass shooting in Denmark, a country with some of the strictest gun laws in Europe. It’s time to admit that gun laws DO NOT stop mass shootings!”
Turkey is back to its Stubborn ways with a Possible Veto of Sweden and Finland's NATO Bids
After what many believed to be a squashed beef, Turkey is back to threatening a veto on the NATO membership of Sweden and Finland after paving the way for the countries to join just two weeks ago.
Turkey has stated it will not ratify the membership of NATO for the two countries if they do not fulfill their promises to combat terrorism and extradite suspects under a memorandum of understanding reached at the alliance summit in Madrid last week.
Saudi Arabian Oil Skyrockets to Near Record Prices for Asian Customers
State producer Saudi Aramco raised its key Arab Light crude grade for Asian customers by $2.80 a barrel from July to $9.30 above the regional benchmark, almost a record high. Prices for the US were kept the same, while most of those for Europe were also increased.
Hope for Possible GOP Presidential Candidates rises as Trump troubles continue
The damage dealt to the Donald Trump name so far during the January 6th hearings has been deemed his “political obituary.” As so, it is giving Senate Republicans wishing to sit in the Oval Office more hope as 2024 looms.
Hopefuls, such as Ted Cruz, Tom Cotton, and Josh Hawley have all seemed to drop their defense of Trump due to the revelations of the January 6th hearings and have instead shifted focus to their possible 2024 presidential campaigns.