DML News Morning Briefing, April 3rd

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Dennis Michael
By Ryan Lynch

Today is April 3. Below are some of the stories grabbing headlines this morning. I hope you share this briefing as doing so will make you the smartest person in the room.

1. Trump confirms he will appear in court in New York City on Tuesday following his indictment
FoxNewsFormer President Donald Trump confirmed he will leave his Florida resort on Monday to travel to New York City where he will appear in court on Tuesday following his indictment.

“I will be leaving Mar-a-Lago on Monday at 12 noon, heading to Trump Tower in New York,” Trump wrote on Truth Social. “On Tuesday morning I will be going to, believe it or not, the Courthouse. America was not supposed to be this way!”

In a previous Truth Social post, Trump went after Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg who pursued the indictment following a years-long investigation, possibly for hush money payments.

“The Corrupt D.A. has no case. What he does have is a venue where it is IMPOSSIBLE for me to get a Fair Trial (it must be changed!),” Trump wrote. “And a Trump Hating Judge, hand selected by the Soros backed D.A. (he must be changed!). Also has the DOJ working in the D.A.’s Office – Unprecedented!”

Ryan Lynch: I believe the left’s move to indict Trump is only going to bring Republicans together and rally independents to lean right of the aisle. It’s unjust and clearly obvious that America has a corrupt and unfair justice system.

2. ‘The weirdest thing I’ve ever seen’: Bud Light sparks backlash after partnering with controversial trans poster girl Dylan Mulvaney – and even prints her face on a beer can
DailyMailBud Light is under fire for partnering with controversial trans influencer Dylan Mulvaney, who uploaded a sponsored post for the beer company.

One conservative commentator, John Cardillo, suggested the beer company take a closer look at their consumer demographics instead of listening to their ‘woke creative teams.’

‘Who the hell at @budlight thought it was a good idea to make a grown man who dresses like little girls their new spokesperson? Brands have to stop listening to their woke creative teams and get in touch with their consumer demographics,’ Cardillo tweeted.

Podcaster Stephen Miller, called the collaboration announcement ‘the weirdest thing’ he had ever seen.

Ryan Lynch: I will not be purchasing Bud Light. I urge everyone else to boycott the company. If you go woke, you’ll go broke.

3. ‘Age Is A Number’: Gender Clinic Offered Puberty Blockers To Kids As Young As 8, Surgery Referrals At 14, Records Show
DailyCallerThe Gender and Sexuality Development Program at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) offers drastic medical interventions as part of the gender transition process to children as young as eight, according to statements and documents reviewed by the Daily Caller News Foundation.

CHOP’s youth gender clinic, one of the first in the U.S., is a major trans medical provider in Pennsylvania and has strong ties to Rachel Levine, a former trans activist who currently serves as the U.S. assistant secretary for health. The clinic recently came under fire for holding seminars where teachers were instructed to hide students’ trans identities from their parents. Clinic employees also promoted cross-sex procedures for children while downplaying the risks, documents and statements reveal.

The clinic has referred children as young as 14 for “top surgery,” a euphemism for mastectomies or breast construction, though most referrals are for patients aged 16-18, Dowshen told lawmakers at a Pennsylvania House of Representatives Health Committee hearing in 2020. (RELATED: ‘We Were Wrong’: Pioneer In Child Gender Dysphoria Treatment Says Trans Medical Industry Is Harming Kids)

Ryan Lynch: We need to stop indoctrinating our kids. Children as young as 8 cannot consent to puberty blockers or sex changes. We are euthanizing our youth. These doctors should be trialed and charged.

4. Trump indictment pulls DeSantis-leaning Republicans back to MAGA fold
ReutersHENDERSON, Nevada, April 3 (Reuters) – Larry White, a self-described Republican conservative, was thinking of voting for Ron DeSantis in his party’s presidential nominating contest, believing the Florida governor had a better chance of winning back the White House from the Democrats than former President Donald Trump.

Then came news on March 30 that Trump had been indicted in New York on charges related to a hush money payment to a porn star, making him the first former U.S. president to face criminal prosecution.

“Now I am absolutely voting for Trump,” said White, 75, a composer and musician in Nevada. “The indictment was the last straw for me, because Trump has suffered so much political abuse. I think he’s the strongest candidate to contest what the left is doing. I’m all in.”

Ryan Lynch: What are your thoughts? Let us know in the comment section.

5. 40-year-old man falls in love with AI, reportedly tells ‘Phaedra’ about plans to cremate mother and sister
FoxNewsT.J. Arriaga, a California based musician, started “late-night online chats” with an AI bot named “Phaedra” after his divorce. Phaedra is an AI bot that is designed to look like a young woman with brown hair, glasses and a green dress.

Replika, the company behind AI bots like Phaedra, offers a number of AI companions for users. “Replika is always ready to chat when you need an empathetic friend,” the company website tells potential customers.

“Join the millions who already have met their AI soulmates,” Replika also says on its site.

Arriaga told The Washington Post that he was making big plans with Phaedra to travel to Cuba, even trusting the bot with his desire to have a funeral ceremony after the deaths of his mother and sister.

Ryan Lynch: What is happening to our society? AI is incredibly dangerous, and if you need to talk to a bot in order to receive love and comfort, you have a mental illness. We need to address the mental health crisis in this country instead of masking and ignoring it.

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