Dalton Windsor took the reins from Jim Schneider for this edition of our weekly news roundup. Here’s a peak at what made headlines during the week:
–Pat Robertson, CBN founder, passed away Thursday at the age of 93.
–Former President Donald Trump announced last evening that a federal court in Miami has indicted him concerning documents he held after leaving the White House.
–President Joe Biden has yet to provide an interview for the Department of Justice’s investigation into his handling of classified documents. That’s according to 3 sources that are familiar with the matter.
–Former Vice President Mike Pence officially launched his bid for the presidency on Wednesday.
–President Joe Biden fell on stage at a commencement ceremony at the U.S. Air Force Academy, and it prompted Texas GOP Representative Ronny Jackson, a former White House physician, to declare Biden unfit for reelection.
–The main reason President Biden is seeking reelection is to “protect his family” against criminal investigations, according to Senator Markwayne Mullin.
–President Biden brushed off allegations that he was involved in a bribery scheme involving a foreign national back when he was V.P. under President Obama.
–The FBI has provided the entire House Oversight Committee with access to a reliable informant’s report implicating President Joe Biden in a bribery scheme.
–Georgia Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Green revealing the contents of a document detailing the alleged bribery scheme involving President Joe Biden.
–Louisiana lawmakers have passed legislation that would ban sex reassignment for minors claiming to be transgender.
–Post game comments from players on the Oklahoma Sooners Women’s softball team indicate they give all the glory to the Lord through the ups and downs of their schedule. Now they’ve won their 3rd straight Women’s College World Series!