Below are several highlights from Dalton’s look at news events from this past week. Stories included:
–Former Hawaii Representative Tulsi Gabbard announced that she is leaving the Democratic Party because she believes it’s become the party of the powerful elite.
–Every Democrat in every key mid-term race supports abortion right up to birth.
–Kentucky GOP representative James Comer says that if Hunter Biden gets indicted, it should be on major charges and not “small potatoes.”
–Donald Trump slams the January 6th committee vote to subpoena him.
–The FBI offered Christopher Steel one million dollars if he could prove allegations recorded from his now infamous dossier.
–The Justice Department was sued by the Heritage Foundation’s oversight project over claims that the DOJ failed to comply with Freedom of Information Act requests for documents that explain why it ignored protests outside the Supreme Court justice’s homes earlier this year.
–Documents obtained by the Heritage Foundation following a Freedom of Information Act request are casting fresh doubts on last year’s whipping controversy concerning U.S. border patrol agents.
–Liberty Counsel says that Pfizer and BioNTec announced that the Food and Drug Administration granted emergency use authorization for a booster dose of their Omicron COVID-19 vaccine for children 5-11 years of age even though the companies have not completed the proper trials.
–A top Pfizer executive’s admission Monday to European lawmakers that the pharmaceutical giant never tested its COVID vaccine to determine if it stopped transmission is raising new questions about the global effort to compel people to get these vaccines.
–The Biden administration extended the COVID-19 pandemic status as a public health emergency for another 90 days.