DML News Morning Briefing, Mar 28th

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Dennis Michael
By Ryan Lynch

Today is March 28. Below are some of the stories grabbing headlines this morning.

1. ‘I’m planning to die today… you’ll probably hear about me on the news’: Trans school shooter Audrey Hale’s final messages to a friend before she shot six people – including three kids in private Christian school
DailyMailThe transgender school shooter who killed six people including three innocent children yesterday before being gunned down by police sent a message to a friend moments before the rampage, telling her: ‘I’m planning to die today… you’ll probably hear about me on the news.’

At 9.57am, 16 minutes before cops were first notified to the shooting, Audrey wrote: ‘So basically that post I made on here about you, that was basically a suicide note.

‘I’m planning to die today. THIS IS NOT A JOKE!!! You’ll probably hear about me on the news after I die.

‘This is my last goodbye. I love you. ‘See you again in another life.’

‘Audrey (Aiden)’.

Ryan Lynch: The absence of mainstream media sites that are deliberating leaving out the fact that the shooter was transgender is disgusting. No one wants to bring up the fact that puberty blockers, hormone injections, and the indoctrination of gender fluidity could be at the core of this tragic incident. I hope an investigation is taken to look into the possible correlation between Audrey Hale and what happened in Nashville. I pray for the families, community, and all those affected.

2. Nashville school shooting: Officers who took out suspected Covenant shooter identified
FoxNewsThe two police officers who fatally shot the suspect of the Covenant School shooting in Nashville on Monday have been identified.

Metropolitan Nashville Police Chief John Drake said Officer Rex Englebert and Officer Michael Collazo fired at the 28-year-old Audrey Elizabeth Hale “and fatally wounded her,” bringing an end to a shooting that left six victims, including three children, dead.

Officer Englebert is a four-year MNPD veteran and Officer Collazo is a nine-year MNPD veteran.

Ryan Lynch: These two officers are heroes. The two didn’t cower and went right into the school to protect those inside. We need more people like Officer Rex Englebert and Officer Michael Collanzo.

3. Manchin: TikTok Removing Anti-Fentanyl Ads, Allowing Threats Shows They Don’t Care About Americans — ‘This Doesn’t Happen in China’
BreitbartWhile speaking with the Fox News Channel on Monday, Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) blasted TikTok for pulling ads warning about the dangers of fentanyl and drug usage off of the app and stated that the move by TikTok to remove the ads from their platform shows that the app doesn’t have the best interest of America’s youth or the American public in mind and argued that behavior like this “doesn’t happen in China.”

Manchin said, “They don’t have the best interest of the American youth or the American public. I’ll guarantee you this doesn’t happen in China. I’ll guarantee that.”

During her report on TikTok’s removal of the ad and Manchin’s comments on the situation with the ads, Fox News Congressional Correspondent Aishah Hasnie pointed out that it took the app over 40 days to remove a video threatening to shoot up the House hearing on the app and that TikTok only acted to take the video down after the video was referenced and played in the hearing.

Ryan Lynch: Anyone who says that the Chinese Communist Party isn’t behind Tik Tok either doesn’t know what they are talking about or are bought and paid for by the CCP. Our legislative officials need to investigate more into the company.

4. Fire at Mexico migrant facility near US border leaves 39 dead, officials say
FoxNewsA fire at an immigration detention center in northern Mexico, near the U.S. border, has claimed the lives of at least three dozen migrants, Mexican authorities said.

Mexico’s National Institute of Migration (INM) said 39 foreign migrants died in a fire that started shortly before 10 p.m. local time on Monday, at the detention center in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua.

INM said that 68 men from Central and South America were staying at the facility. Of these, 29 more migrants were injured in the fire and were transported in delicate to serious condition to four local hospitals for care.

Ryan Lynch: Close the border and we this would have never happened.

5.Russia says it has rerouted all oil exports hit by Western embargo
ReutersMOSCOW, March 28 (Reuters) – Russia has successfully redirected all its crude oil exports affected by Western sanctions over Ukraine to “friendly” countries, Energy Minister Nikolai Shulginov said on Tuesday, while still a decline in oil and gas output this year.

The West imposed wide-ranging sanctions, including an embargo on seaborne Russian oil imports, after Moscow sent its armed forces into Ukraine in February 2022.

“I can say today that we have managed to completely redirect the entire volume of exports affected by the embargo. There was no decrease in sales,” Shulginov told an energy forum.

Ryan Lynch: The western countries think that embargos and sanctions put a toll on these countries. Well this proves otherwise. There are other customers besides the West .

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